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IN CHnCERY, At a rW of CI ictry, tclJ for ft .tat of . New - York, t th Chancellor' Dwelling ' 7 House, in to city of Aloauy.oo the tweaty - , - u,ird day of ManV tbe yearot esse Lord one tixuana eifciu nunnren uia eujiii - . , frowst 1 'b iion. Jame Kent, Enquire, Chn ... rellor. , - lip Echy)er, Phiun Jeremiah Schy - i Reaseelaer SrkoyW, Stephen Vn selaei, Jr. Phiup Church, Peter Cm - I . . 1 ATM i. I Phil lev B - ensel - rer and Catherine bU wife, Jot Chorch, jUdolpfa Bunner ami Elisabeth hi wife, Richard Church, an ia'ut by th aid Phi lip Church his nest friend, fcnbetn ham - iltoo, Alexander Hamilton Morton, Philip Schuyler Morton, Cornelia L. Morton, i - Kerma Mary Morton, infant by the i.fi.r Jmniih Srhlr their next fnend mm! Catharine Van ReatlaerMalcooe.. John a. Bleecke ElitYV - Charles E. Dudley and Uljl'"' Marti BraHMre tBuet BdV Va Keneier u,,i ri'llE comt'lamaot abov named h"ff 1 1. their bill in the above meuUoned 1 .1.1 ' (be nartitroflof the following parcel m i. to AT a pT - alfclopra - to tii. eoanUe. of One. - of miteat ersaiea 00 lue - rv KfiT to Tjoeepb Worrell and otbert, commonly died toibv'e Manor, lying along andupo. the oh boundary o lh taid patent it bate, being 28 eh.i. and 59 Jin., .nor or.lc. I breadth, and lb whole, extent the touth line or boundary of the taid patent I. 483 chain more or 1 to length, and Philip rkhnyler, one of the complainant, having made affidavit annexed to the eaid bill of the troth of the atkatioo therein ooottined reipecung u ner ot tbe eaid parallelogram. It m thereupon, on motion of Mr. J. V. Henry, of equate! for the complainant', ordered that all part, interested in the eaid parallelogram of land appear and answer the complainant' bill ftW in the abore .. caute, by the eleventh. day ol July next, to the cod that in caie ordefault, uie compiaiiuui may be decreed to be taken pro confess against ' nJI inch unknown partiee aha not appear and awwer by the taid day. And let a copy of thia order bo pubhihed for three calr ndar month, zl . . iJ.. :. ...r. mk. is a newrnaror pru i.Kmtnr New.York and to the city of Albany Acopy. M0MKMT j.,, mh 30 law3m ,J IN CHANCERY, AiEW - JEKtLi. . : uL and . lOobill.fcc. Bitrnabat Suneton, Elf oor Ettler. llMrf ruler. John Etler, Peter Order for publicatioa Kmler, Jamr Elef, nd John v.. firiion ikfcndaatw. i ., , MAT VZ, 1BI8. IT eppearinj (o the court, that proeet of tub - pwnato appear, hath ittaed gaint the - ! bote defendant, and that Eleanor Euler Henry Euler, John Elr, Peter Ettler, Jame E - (er and John Van Orden, ti of the defendant in - toil wit, hare aot caused their appearance to be v entered a, according to the rule of tbia court, - toe mum oaslil to have been entered, in cat ! tuch prore lid leen duly (erred ; and it alio appearing by affidavit to the (attraction of tbe rUoceHor, that the aid Eleanor Etiler, Henry Eiiler, John Etiler, Peter Enter, Jame Enter, and John Van Orden, are out of tint ttati, and reside in the atate of New York. Upon opening He matter Hh dav to the eoart, on behalf of Theodore FrellngboyKn, aohcitor or too com piainant, tb chancellor doth order and direct the aid Eleanor Ewler, tlcnry Ettler, John E'Mer, ' J'et;r Enter, Jame Ettler and John Van Orden, to appear, plead, antwer or demur to the com - plaioapl' bill, on or before tlie (nt day of tbe next ttated term of thia court, and in cate ther thall fail woto do, - the complainant eaid bill hall be taken a oonfewed agaiutt them, or eith - er of them o tailing to appear, plead, antwer or demur a aforetaid. and thereupon tuch decree h mml ai the Chancellor ahall think eaui - V table and juit. And it it further ordered, tliat ropy of tint order be pubhihed witbia twen trLivt from the date hereof in the Newark Met en, a newrpaper printed . and published at Newark, io I hit ttate, for the apace of lis weeks (nccer - attelj, once at ieatt in each week, and aim ' ' (hat a copy of tbi order be potted np at the Court Houte of the count of Eitex. and publiih - ed to one of (he newepapert printed in the city of new - 1 or, ior wur weeiu, at teatt one in eacn eev "?copy. - . r - IbtACfi. WICLIAMSOX, C. WM. HTk. Cl'k. - je taw4w Between font and five hundred acre o 'ana, together with two dwelling boutei, nna (unary out houtet, a aw - mill, aud two or three fine mill - aeatt, tuitable for any rfencrip - tionof tactoriet; all compactly tituated, in the iowo oi vuhd, is ine cauniy oi lOlumpuv - " thit itate, and about fl mile atttaat, from both Albany and Hudtoa. Tbe land, for the mott Dart, i of prime analitr. and in good cultivation, and will be aold in divition to toil purchase rt. . The water - pririlcge are men a cannot of tm be . met with, and worthy the attention of manufac - - ttrrer. The greater part of tbe purchats money may remain on mortgage leveral year, if dett - rd, or property in the city of Mew - York would be kecepted in exchanee. At the nremite. in . part at leatt, are to oe ditpoted of at all .r.rzBTa.tney will netoid on mt rsasova ,LB,TRItM Eaqiiirof . . ; 11. W. T ARISE It, New York, or " JASOX WARNER, on Uie premite. , " p - 4l?tC1aw3n - ;.. TO BUILDERS, .Or thonwbomar with to erect three elegant buildingi or lactone. LOTS, 77 ieet by 80, more or let, with the building! thereon, in the centre of Vetey - tL can be parchated aeparate or together. r - ALSO. . An elegant LOT, with the Building thereon, 1 1 Bowery, 45 by 125, more or lett, near Cliat. bam ttr.t the whole on accommodating term Apply at 33 Chatham Row, near Beeltman - et . The advertiaer ha three imall mnrtage to ditpote of, one of 3.000, one ol $1000, one of - UiM, ait in tnit city, - Jtiv A farm of between tiilr and (erentr acret, titoate on the wett bank of Lake Ottego, and one mue irom uie rtuage oi uoopemown. On it are anew (tone houte 54feetiquare;anew . farm noute, barn. tic. It form a detiraol e tablitbment for a gentleman wiihing to retire , into tbe couotry, a it itoation, a to protpect, conrenienc to market, tic. it not turpamed by any in tbe interior of tbe ttate. It will be told . low far cn, on a credit, or exchanged for pro perty la Uu cay, goods Ke - APP'y to . H.l) fc R. SEDG - CVICK, BT 7 ti" ' . ' Law Building. KKW - TOKK BOTAaiO OAROEH. . MICHAEL llENNLaOSi, CURA I OR. XT IS ettablithment i tituated at Rote Hill. XX near the junction of Uie Bloomingdale and n criem Koad. it compreneiidt a bout rive acret or excellent land capable of the bighet improve Bent. - Tb proprietor of thit beautiful pot ha obtain td a lease Of the Unit far tha tormnthirlc tnrl . H hae (betide the cnclotnrca, ihruhbry, and . Other improvement - ) ertcUd one of the iargeit and nioit co&vrTumi .r... h..... it...j ' ffti?. Ue !lkl?' " rittoent to paironixe hit . . Hortt to render hit r&rrlr r.i.i. ... pect, by a moderate annual tuhKriplion. I.5f'?ilth.'.,.'coco,rtrutorof Ire dot nieo io receive the value in eadsflowert, plant., fruita, or . ' Korai() gardta. By tuch an accommoda - ' Uoo to him on the nart rJ - ih .v,i;.". . '"btopreWeate - , and dometuc Tagrtaldea, and to gratify - iLuE. and expectation of hi friend. ' Panoot mclininr to enter tbir ... ccwragertofthedaigo, are invited to call at he garun, vowv uie luueit ubrmaiioa ill be . - petaw . . my 21. lm A LL order received and attended to for lay. S irmuiof me .TiannaTran lend pipes . and cisleraa or for tink pipe or lead nnmnt, by SAMUEL 8TAKKEY, yr tf ffo. 13Ch!unber - uret, f.ir - . ri!.j.;.J SJfuk. Yari. M. U TWNir n a - j - . , :i i 4 ik. AH hilwint Dintn iu 8. of Aanenca, Daniel D. Arden, of the nid dirtrict.bath ded totb - r - 6c the titloofa book, .HwJher, U proprietor, in the woraaa ug - re, '""""T U wit , Reading mnde.ea.y ; or, - oew pud fo pettios Md rrad.ng to f oar putfe. IU containing WKalphaltiaa.eeiriy twa ' llinraod readmg kon,. brrgnlar grada - lioM. from the mot eaty to tne aimciw, aau SSTwordaare "t;? cording to the prt prwenciaUon. td, i troca - bolary of word, aeamr " - , "r - " r . i - .ltin and MfKlOCatlon. 3d. WOn te adma' 'ant reciting. 4th, ouuioei of ge - Mithiaieticaltablefi and prayer forth wool uk. t he whole rendered Pleating and im - nretiive by neat and appropriate cota. By Wil liam Little, A. M. , . In conformity to the act of congrei of the Urn - t,A etatM. eniiUed an act for the encourage - aMntoiearainr. b ecring tbecopietof map. chart and book to the author and prortnofor nfanrheooiet. dvrins the time thereto meution - editiid alto to an act eotiUed " an act apple - J neniarT io an ecu council, ma mii uib s.vw - - . .r i : i. .1.. Atiii r nap, chart and book to the audior and proprietor of tuch copir, during the time therein netitinned. and ettendine the beneott thereol to the art of detigning, engraving and etching hi - torical and otlier print. , - auuen i ji.'h. Clerk of the aoutbere dittrict of New York. Je8d4w MAHOUAAY fcOKAS. CHAIR AUD CAU1 - . NKT ll'RNITURK, JoV 49 BEEKMAJt - STREKT. rPi!E tubicriber begt leave to return hiinn - X cere tuank to tfiote ladie and gentlemen who hare been kind enough to bonor him with theircommandt, and to inform ttiern. and the admirer of handtome furniture io general, that he hat on hand hid very elegant sofa, chair, card, Pembroke and extending patent dining ta blet, grand tide board, inlaid with high polished ornamental bran - work ami rote - wood, card table to match, Grecian couche. (of, cbaiie lounge, maiiC ttoolr, chain, tic. Abo, a li brary ttep chair, the utility of which be purticu larly recommend. All furniture warranted of the beat quality and workmanship, and of the newett European fatb - ion. Order executed to any part of tbe union to any drawing, on the moat reaiooable term and DWKtoalitv forcaih. uadie or gentlemen having fancy wood, may have them manufactured to any article they with, by applying a above, r my 30 - 2m A. M. IIAYWOUH. A houte and farm on Throe' Keck, in tin town and county of Wettrhetter, fourteen mile from .New - York. The farm contain a - bout one hundred acre of excellent land in good fence, a large ban and other coovemnt out building, a good houte two toriea high, with four room on each floor, elegantly lituated on tbe bank of the Eait River ; the tituation uncommonly healthy ; the neighbourhood the mott retpectable ; abundance ol Iruitol Uie oeti (elec tion (caie and then 6n in great variety tacen before the noun. For furtiier information apply to the tubtcriber on the prrmie. my Urn aTEPHhrc B. Hut r maw. CITY COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, 3 R0O8EVKI.T.8TRKET, BY ISAAC F. BRAGG. Lute teacherof penmanihip in the Adelphi (chool. THE apartment in thi establishment are fitted up with a tuperior degree of oeatnes. The Young Ladici Room, completely dittinct from tlie other, it i believed will not merely be found commodiou but comfortable and el - tjant. . A Drawing Matter, ol eminent qualification, (recently from London J it en - aged to give rn - trilction in that branch twice in the week. Hi eleeant collection of apeclmeoa, in rare flower, velvet painting, landkcapet, tic. will gladly be extiibittd to tiKh at may tie pleated to can. The terra will he very moderate, and tb exertion to render landicape drawins. Ire. inter - etting, by the preparation of view exprettly for tbe cnooi, and occatiooai pracuce irom mature, with clear illuttration of the role of penpect ire. it i rielieved will toiure encouraeement. In arithmetic, the principal i determined to tptre no pain to tupport the high character which the recent examination of bi pupil ha given rite to. The facility with which complica ted calculation were periormea ny many oi ui pupil, in the - mind, without any aid to the memory, however it may have imprest ed with the idea of" getting Dyroie." wa inereiuiioi ire - quent practice alone, no prove that boy may I taught all toe facililie which are commonly the mult inne pmrtice in counting boutet, before they leave tdtool. Ari)liratioui for the admiion of hoy, will be received on or after the ltt of June, againtt which time it it intended to iocrcate the accommodation, my 26 lm affoe jYnr York, $$ f N ranuance of a decretal order of the honora - I b(e the court of chanren of thi ttate. bear ing date the filtli day of June, 1818, will be told at public auction, at tbe Tontine Coffee Houte, injthe city of N. York, under the direction of tlie utxeriber, one of the mntter of the taidcoort, im the 3d day of July next, at 12 o'clock at noon, all that certain dwel:ing houte and lot of groan.: titoate, lying and being in th city of New York, and which in a certain indenture made the coad day of February, in the year of our Lord on thousand eight hundred and nine, brlwecn Richard Hartthorne, John Tilut, William Hartt - horne, Thoma Uttick, Jame Onderdonk, Maiy Titui, William Uttick, Jane Hartthorne and Deborah Onderdonk, of tbe Grrt pari, and Ed mund Eiroendorf, of the tcond part, i detcril ed at follow, to wit : All that certain dwell in houte and lot of ground, tituate. lying and being in the second ward of the city of Aew York, and known and niaunsutned by we numiier iixtv nine William ttreet j which aid lot i bounded in front by William ttreet, on tbe nortbwett tide by tbe home and lot of ground now or formerly the property of David Johnton, on the toutlieaii liile by the home and lot now or formerly of Peter Bogart : containing in breadth in front twenty five feet, in tbe rear twenty eight fett ; io deptn on the toum can aide twenty on feet, and oo the aotith twenty (even leet four and hhlfinrbet, be the tame more or lent together with all and lingular the hereditament and ap - purtensnce to the ame U longing or to any we appertaining. Dated Nw York, June 9, taia. P. G. HlLDRETfJ, Matter in Chancery. Je9du I O Lfc T, A pleatant back room, at no. 54 Wall ttreet, tuitable Car a lawyer' office. Possession immediately. Apply in th front office. J 4 - . THE FIXE ARTS. AMONGST the preterit nuraernu exhihition of tbi city, M. PAFF flatten himtell that the lover of genuine work of old matter, will find hit GALLERY OF PAtXTi.NGS, No. 20 Wall ttreet, worthy their attention, and pretent - ing Ultra at I be tmallert expeoM with the most attentive gratificatioa. N. B. Old painting repaired and rettored to tbeir original luitre, or parchated at their atmott value. my 28 tl a MONT - ALT A. . For tale or to let, th beautiful place called Mont - Alta, seven mile from the City Hall, on the North River, adjoining lord Cour tenay't. It contain 20 acres of land under improvement, with a larg garden in good condition,' a variety of fruit trees, nnd every con ve mence a family may require, r or terms, which are reasonable, and if told a long credit given if ahed, apply to - N. fc D. TALCOTT, p0 . . 4South - tt. r I1HE bank iioIm nf all th h.V. h.lwn X thi city and Albany, received at oor Exchange Oftce at 3 - 4 per cent ditcouat ; of all the banks above Albany 1 i - discount ; and U Coo - n vv ,i. - 'GSTO.Y it TL1CT, s ' - rtlytader the Exchange BiV J II 2r wrrvirnva ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and aocceNful u of thia ointment ia a tuiU ieot recemmendatien, a it ha been found to fco a pWwant, afe and certain re; medr for that diagreable diteaieto all i tta Jet. Hit for al in the city of Mew York, by , A. ft Vf. R. Put, No. 41 William - itrrct; I. te T. Clark. No. bo Maiden - Uae t H. 11. Bcbiefftlto& Co. No. 193 i'earl - ftreel: Law - renc at Keet. No. 195 Peari - ttreet : Hull Bowoe, 148 Vearl - treel R. ft L. Murray, 313 Pearl - ttreet ; J. M. Bradhunt, 314 Pearl - atreet ; John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - ttreet i Uuryee & Poe, in Pearl - ttreett John C Morriton, 18& Greeawich - ttreeti John P. Fither, 100 Broad - war i Walter fieamaa. cornel of Chamber - it. and Broadway, and alto mChatham - itreet t and in tiortitsty be proccred nt rot of the Drue Store to Itai city Alto in Pbiladelpbia, of 9. Wilherell k Soot i Georee H: - rrell . North It Ro gert, and almoat all the druggiati ia the principal town in tot united btate. - - ' ' likkwiik; WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above place. .. jan226m VALUABLE KMb ta FOR SALE, - IV THE CITT OF WEW - TORK. t."M VE lot of ground oa the wett tide of Green - wicb - ttreet, between Vettry and Dctbrot - te - treeti, 26 by CO. . . r our do ia the rear or ine above, ironting on the eatt lide of Vathirtgtontreet, 25 by 80. MiWdo ia too block Dtlow, between wasn - ingtoo and Wett - ttreet. - in wootgomery county. 6000 arret of Land to Lawrence' purchate, near Eatt Canada Creek, oo the north tide ol tbe Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15.162 acre of Lend, in the town of Mount Morri and Dayton. in fcttex bounty. 7832 acret of Land iu the town of Barrymore. - In the County of Lewit. 1250 acre of land io Casterland. Chaiiani Purchate. ' ' In Saratoga County. 2600 acre in Palmer purchase. Enauire at the office of the iilcriber. 34 Ce dar - ttreet BEV. ROBI5S0V. mh 17 if BtRGEN OKPHA.N'b COURT, Of the Term of M arch, 1818. Catharine Scbuyter, Adminiilratrix," ttc. r ot John A. Schuyler Ru!e, under Statute, dec rated. , rpHEcourt order and direct. That Catharine X Schuyler administratrix of the good, chattel and credit of John A. Schuyler, decerned, give public notice to the creditor of the decedent to bring in thrirclaira and demands againtt the ettate ol the (aid decedent, on or before the first day of May, in the year of oor Lord eigh teen hundred and nineteen, by putting up notice to that effect in five of the most public place in the county of Bergen, for the rpace of two month, nud advertising the tarn for the like pace of time in a newspaper printed and pubhihed to tlie ttate of New - Jersey, and in newt - paper printed and published in the city of New - York. A true transcript from the record, ap 28 2m JOHN A. BOYD, Sur'gate. G. SAUNDEll'S PA J EN t' RAZOR b'l'KOP. Yon that with to (have with ease, Bay of Savwder if you please ; Hi Razor Strop's, peculiar such, That sharp the Raior withatouch.' G SAUNDERS respectfully (olicit those . who have not got hi Patent Razor Strop, to furnish themselves with hi new invented Ra ior Strop, and Metallic Composition. No gen tleman who once make trial of one of the Strops now offered, will ever try any other; and tuch i their formation, that ever to much use will not give th razor that roundness which render the best of them useless, and which i well known al - way to follow the application of all those hitherto invented. The above ttrnpt are in general use in New York, and are distinguuhed from all other. Barber who have used them say more to tbeir praise than I can myself. 0. SAUNDERS, 18 Wall - street. Also for tale, Ramrt, Soap, and every utensil for Shaving, of the tint quality, with a tuperior assoitracut of Perfumery, Uair - Fowdtr, 4fc. from Snivtb'. New tioud street, London. N. B. Tbe most liberal allowance made to dealers. my 22 - 7U LET, The eWani 3 itorv house No. 7 Hud - son - ttreet, which command a pleasant viev of the rark nnd river, rot teition may be bad in a Tew days. Also for tale, the furniture of taid bouse. It it of the best quality ; well fitted, and tuitable to a genteel family. Apply a above. my ii u ELEUAMT PIANO t OHJEH. I OS. WILSON, 14 Maiden - Lane, bat just re l ceiveri by tlie Venus, a large assortment of excellent Piano Fortes, Patent Flutes, Flageolet, kc manufactured exDretslv for him hv Cle - menti & Co. London. Alto, Piano Forte String in et, new music, and every article in the musical line ; instrument taken in exchange, and toner provided. my 39 tf MEUICAL AID. TaR. tJOKnwELI who is U a member of tbe Corpora km of Surgeons of London, and rhoha had much experience in the line of hi profession f r it ore than twenty years, has ately arrived to this city, nnd iinir. well apprised of Uie great fi elh i ..me it g - ueraiiy taue to introduce a medical ge tleman into practice in the common reserved w. - t. take thi method to inform the public, that lie ha taken the situation, No. 278 WATER - STREET, corner of Doyer - street bi door in Dover - treet hi name on the door his sign, a Mortar; here he will be found ready to wait on those that please to apply for hi medical aid, io the different branche of lurgery, and tbe practice nf I'hviic e - pnerallv. As, lo, in all case of impotency, and a certain complaint, incident to both tex, in which he ha had great, very great, experience in the cure of thousands, without one hour detention from buiines, or change of diet, or a pottible discovery by the most intimate friend. frt - And in all cae of confidence, the greatest secrecy will be itriclly observed He has no shopman, oratypeuoo to pirtoership with him. N. B. Attendance will be given to patients from sun - rise until 9 o'clock in the evening. Je8 1m Q TO LEASE OR r OR SALE, That elegant modern built house, titaate at the corner of Sandt nnd Washington streets, Brooklyn It iz it thirty - one feet front by fifty feet deep, its rooms o arranged at to combine every convenience for a genteel residence. It will b told with two or mora lot of ground, at the option of the purchaser. Term, one fourth I cash, th rest to such payment ai will be moet - - !.. . t...' ii convenient lu pivuuvr, Ti"J misetto C. BALL. may 23 tf CURLED HAIR JUAMJEAClXtRX. 76 Chatham - street. THE tubtcriber returns hi thank to the public tor their former patronage in the liu of hi profession, and hopes for their futor support. He likewise informs them that he hat oo band a coottanttopply ol curteanair, manufactured exprewly fur malr:er, no aa unproved principle ; nnd likawbe guarantee Um hair sold by bin Io be free from any impure small, being well tcoared, boiled and baked, and being mi - nofactnred by nachrnry, bat ad advantage over any oilier hair manufactured in America it very text ore and elasticity making it a savin of twettty - nve per cent to the purcnaser. . WILLIAM JACKS03 N. B. Merchant and the trade in general will had it to their advantage te call as above. AO bale of hair in stt rough ttat ; B bale nil long bone - tail ; 2000 lb of long bah - draw 30 inches, c' at bed ; 600 dozen b&ir tier bottonr. For rl a abore. - - my S Ssn PRIME BEEF. f3 barrels, for sate - by CAMSn.ELt.VG A PEARSON, it 9 C7 Sflath Jtrett. POST COACH aid STEAM - BOAT LINES, run tiiii - avt - i - f ii u.. . TLAroWLKC - noOE 4 I.llABETHTOWS FOIVT tw. . (Tbtougb to Oa Day.) , A HEW Line of Pot Coache witherery con - i vemence for Datsenr - r and baseage, on Spring.' ... The Port Coach wltl rtart from the Coach of - fke. No. 1 Courtland - itreet. hear Broadway, N. Yorki every morning, (Sunday excepted) at 5 o'clock, by way ol Newaik, Eliiabethtown, Bruniwick. rnoc - ton, 1 reulorr and ttniioi, ana arrive at Philadelphia tbe lame ofttmoon, at 4 o'clock. A second Line of new Tost Coaclie will Mart from Sew - York every morning, Snndyt excepted,) at 10 o'clock io the Steam Boat AtaUn - ta, loilge at Trenton, and arrive ai rnuaaeiiwun. KUIC.UIIWII UCI MSV.U.v - - Fare & Hfkllira. P. S. Fatenger are requested to call and take their teat at the oilice i0. l ivounianai. - treet, New - York. - I'..."..' United Stale Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Watbington City, with every convenience for patsinttrs and baggage, on tpring. The U. S. mail coach will atart from tlie coacb office, No. 1 Courtlandt - t. flew - York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 pat - tengen admitted. ' Cor teat io the above named Line; apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coaih, and Steam Boat office, No. 1 Court - landt - tieet, near tbe corner of Broadway, New - York s or to A. T. GOODRICH tt CO. No. 124 Broadway,; corner ofCedar - ttreet, New - York. (KrAII good and baggage at the k of the owner. JOSEPH LTON, SONS & CO. S. B Expreise ent to any part of the Continent, by THOMAS V41ITFIELD. i my 30 UNION LINE FOR PHIL A DELI II I A. Twenty - five mile land carriage, via New - Biuaswick andTrcntci. In new pott coache ' $5 Do good ttage d 50 Do lorecastle or deck paisenger. 3 50 Connected by the steam boata otivE brakch nnd phlapelphia. The (team - boat Olive Branch will leave New York every day, Sun day' excepted, from the north side of the Battery, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. Pastenier will lodge at Trenton, and take tlie (team boat Philadelphia, (o adoarrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, in time to take the Union Lioe Baltimore (team boat. Thi line ha a connection with the beat boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; a also tfcfte of the North Riier and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated to cause lit tle, if any dely.' 'I'l.:. - a mnr.Am .nil fCOin! hj mr.ll f AAH. i lit. 1 a ny.i.. j hum "m..j - - pient route, s the passengers will leave New - York after the banks open, and arrive ia Phila delphia before the hour of husinett, without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the land carriage being much lest than by any other route between the two cities. For teat in tbe above line apply to WILLIAM If. JAQUES, At the Union Line Steam Boat Oflke, in Mar - ketfitld ttreet, north tide ol ine isatirry, ne - tween Greenwich nnd Washington streets, or to The CAf TAIN oo hoard. (7 All good and baggage at tbe risk of the owner. np SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACH Kb, FOR PHILADELPHIA, ! - a (tr Leave New - York VS. every morning (Sunday' ex - tcepleu) at no'cioca, auo ar - arrive in luiladeiphia next rfsv lu filmier. the puhlick house are good, and reasonable tn their chart. Tbe driver, hortet andcotich - et are not inferior to any othert now running between these two cities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence of the roadt oo thit root, connected wllb the tafety, comfort, and reasonable eipence, are beleived to be ttronn inducement to traveller in giving thit line a decided prefer ence. The ttriclett attention will be onserved hv the nronrietort in eiviru: central satisfaction. All bns - age and package will go at the risk of the owner unlest intured and receipted tor by tlie clerk of aid office. Stage fare only J5, with a generou allowance of baggage. Fartie wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one day previout to starting. For teatt apply at Northern Hotel, No. i9 Courllandt - ttrect, New - York. LYON, SONS, CO. ap 2 ' Proprietor. NO I ICE. For tbe further accommo dation of the public, the de parture ol the firefly Irom j New - York and Newburgh will be in tuture on the loiiowing nay : Leave New York n Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. Leave Newburgh on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at 8 A. M. The above arrangement will commence by the Firefly leaving Newburgh on Sunday, the 24th iYiay. The Weitern Stage leave Newburgh imme diately after the arrival of tlie Firefly, my 22 NOTICE. ttZj Steam Boat Olive Beauch will tail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round Haten Island, and occasion ally, if the vriuJ and tide will permit, to the hooK. I hi heaotilul (ail win r.omnouie oom to health and pleasure, and i a cheap a re creation a can be found. Partie who mean to partake of thi amusement will, if convenient, give in their name the day preceding, at the office in Marketfield street, north side of the Battery. Dinner on board, at the ritual price. Passage 8s children Iw If price my 13tf MILLINERY. &c TOHN WIMTRINGHAM, Milliner, No. 125 J Wiiriam - tt. rcspectfnlly informs bis friends nd the merchants io general, that he hat moved fmm No. 117 William - street, to the above No. where be CRIMPS Satin, Muslins Rihhnnt, Crap, fic. at the shortest notice and lowest prices. Also, Fancy, Lace, Sattin, and Crape Trimminct. He hat constantly on hand, split straw, and Leghorn hats, , turbans, turban front, colle - ' rets, Ac. " One cas superfine white chip, just imported and for sale by the dozen or single. f' 1 store No 1 17 William - street to let, and ktuaj a number of glass cases for sale J8 Im T ANDERSON, at his roantifactory, B5 Mai - r den - lane, has nn hand a fiae assortment of SPECTACLES, in gold, silver, plated, gilt, steel and tortoise shell frame, with convex, con cave, orgreen eye. Also, pebble, gogsle for weak eye, opera, reading and magniiying g!an - et, eye glasses let wi'.b gold or silver for Ue thorl sighted, botanical glasses, boea provets, and liiectacle cate in a variety. J. A, cootiinte toniaaulnclureCanet in every variety, and aa. on hand a very elegant assort ment oi sworn ana oilier saaea, mounted in tuit very taste, wholesale and retail ditcouat liber al to wfcofMBie dealer. ftSr CA4Ed and SPECTACLES made and repatred to order r.ew passes httrd to (4d frames, and every at teat ion pid to those who ppty for Spectacle. my 30 1 m TitR SOUXQ STEAJd BOA T - L1& ' , ' ., .The - proprietor, with ' A wl' ' view of. accommodating Die r , f public, by extending the line i i Norwich intend making thea(eriiiteut Willi the Fulton, Cnpt. Law, and thit route (if found practicable) will be continued darinxthe season. Tlx - line wilt ia future be from New - York tod Norwich, a follow i 1 he Connecticut, ( apt, Bunker, will leave New - Vork every Monday, Htdntidajt and F riday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, lorNew - lfasVn. The Fulton Capt; Law, will leave Jforvnch nt 6 o'clock in the morning of the tame day, touch at A"eir London and depart from thence for A'rtn Harm at b o'clock. . The boat will meet at Jtv Harm, and depart from thence every Monday, fVednei - iitg and Friday, at 7 o'clock io tlie evening the Cnnnec'.icut lor JVVir - Pert, and the Fulton for AVte - Lnfen and' Jftnttich. mh 17 S'I'LAM BOAT NAUTILUS. . . Tliestearr - boat NAUTI LUS will hereafter run a LCAVK JSEW - TOBK, & o'clock in the forenoon, At o oo do - . 11 do do . , 2 o'clock to the afternoon. ,6 do , do t.KAVK BTATEIf IU.ARP, At 1 - 2 paat (i in tlie forenoon, - I past 9 , do . . 1 - 2 past 12 in tlie afternaon " 3 o'clock do - 1 - 2 past 6 do It ECHPATS LF.AVK KkW - TORK, At a o'clock in the morning, , 10 do do I o'clock in the afternoon, 4 do do LKAVF 1TATF.R ISLAND, 8 o'clock in the fori noon. At 1 - 2 past 1 1 o'clock, do 1 - 2 past 2 o'clock in the afternoon, 7 o'clock do : r.tssengert to the Narrow nnd Bath will, for the present, be taken down on Sunday morniiu:. in the 5 o'clock boat, and be called' lor about half fiasi & o'cinck in the evening. Hie fare to staten stand will be 25 cent, and to Bath nnd the Narrows, 50 cent. Children hall price. The NAUTILUS it a new bo.it ofcreat speed to fine order, with good accommodations ; and it propelled on the Livingtton and Fulton plan. On account of tlie pleasantness of her tour, the advantages of Sea bathing at the placet the vis i:s. the variety and beauty of the prospects they afford, the cheapness of the fare, and the excel lence ol me rclrcilinjf nit and accommodation on board, rxcurtiont in the Nautiiu lor pleasure or business, will be found expeditious, agreeable and healthful. A she is fitted for the transportation of Horses and Carriage., sod the wliarve. and noats at isew - lnrk, Mulen Island and the Horte - Uoat terry at tbe ttlazim: star, orepaied for safe and commodious embarking and landing travellers in the Pott Chnise, or in private carriage bit ween New - York nnd Philadelphia, Trenton, Princeton, ,New Brunswick, or Wood - bridge, will find the route by the Nautilus and the Turnpike! acrott Stalen - Island to New - Brunswick, the thortest, cheapest and mott pleaiant that enn he (elected JOHN DEFOREST, Captain. Stateo - Island, 27th May, 1U13. my 29 Ira . Ncwanaun ana iaaAfiiJAiueAaiAii. - na.4aa THRRR TIM X A V. KICK. v fmt - ma. I EAV'rS Newburgh eve - J26fcjM ry Sunday, 1ueday, three o'clock, run through Mnntgiimtry, Bloominghurgh, Moniircllo, hy White Lake. Coshecton. Mount Pleasant, tireat Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, Ithica, and Ge neva, toCanandaigua. Retin nine leaves Canandaigua every Mon day. Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third day in time tn take the Strain - bouts which arrive in New - York the following moniinp. Xj inny be trperttd that al all limn irVien tht ttram - boatt alter their dayi of running, Hint thii fine mil alter to at tn meet them. The whole route will be perfomed in three day, from the firtt of May, until the first of Novemher and from the nrt or NovemDer until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the firtt of May, in four days and from the 15th December, un til the fifteenth of March Uie tame line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Cauaidaigtia in four day. ' Paateneert travelling from New - iorK to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. York in the even inir steam - boats, anil arrive m Canandaigua in three days' adittance of three hundred miles. - " The line is well fumishei with good, new carriages i good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every atten tion will be paid to render the pastageofthe traveller JsTe, rny and expeditim ; and it U believed that the accommodations on tut line are equal to any line in the state. (E7 FARE from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the same line ran three time a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line run from Owego Tioga Point, thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, ice. BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Bloominghurgh,' V.. C. St. John. Mount Pleasant. L. & R. Manning, Chenango, iProprie - Luther Cere, Itlnca, I ton Samuel Greeoliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, mh 14 d6m jSVHTR RIVER STEAM - BOA TH. fjT - Oathe llth of May, the Boat will commence running four time a week, ts folios : A Boat will leave Aew - Yrk on Tuesday, at 9 A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ; Friday, al 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 5 P. M. of each week ; and a boat will leave Albany on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M. The a hove arrangement will commence by the Chancellor' leaving Albany on Monday, the llth May, at 9 A. M. and the Richmond leaving new York on I urtdity, l he 12th at 9 a.m. The Fire - Fly leaves .New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New burgh, and returns oo Monday, Wednesday and r riday, at ii a. m . my a HAWS AJti 1BIL1UVS TILLS. l HIGH have been attended with a degree V of tucceat highly ejrateful to the inventor's feelings, in teveral parts of the Wett Indies1, and the Southern and Middle Slates, particularly in New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, A.C. The operation ol tliete pill are perfectly mild, to as to b used by person in every ritual urn and of every r. - a. They aieexcei:enty adapted to carry of tu - perdou bile, nnd prevent it morbid secretions ; to restore aad mend the appetite; to produce free perspiration, and thereby prevent colds which r often of fatal consequence. A dote never fails to remove a cold, if taken on' it Grit appearance. They are ao inOOIib'e preventive ol Bilinui and Malignant Fever, and should be procured for use, by every eiman and traveller. Prepared and .old ut LEc?3 Medicine Store, No. 4S Maiden Lnne. Druggist and country store keeper tnpplird on liberal term. Piy 16 TO LET. A dry Cellar, under the hnuw No. 29 Piue - tlreet, EJinnireof MR. SMF.DL3, my 11 tf , ,134 Pc - arl - itreet. WANTED a white woman to do kitchen vrork, and whit girl fram 4 to 16 y tart of ape, to do tlio upper work c a small family. - Apply at this omce. .' 5 A.WiBg'r.abijtkaow btw tn Si " V . - ' tweea thingt that difftr. . 9t' DOCTOR HORNE.formtrt, of Lb city nf IonTa wmoct ot uu faculty of phVti. and irrcery there. iW.,.7. PT.J'.W rath, indiscriminnla 4 . : fied se tjsereof, ha been prodjj; UVe of urimr ni.r r.r"K' Ine h,TttaUy ""rialised out of ixf, fi ! ifb5a? - ,"SMa we have v owe. Si hi tal retulU chiefly to thi. wurce. 'MVhataDh. rtiat a young man, the hope of hi, conntry P wadr5Sf!,, P"nu. 'kould be tSlft way irom all tbe prospect and eniovmenta r i.T bj coo'i ofone wg, mtSTm "4 br not in it. ownatuN Tfaf which only prove, to from neglect or iWrJ treatment.. A gentleman, 8(hVt, Dr rFCST tient) now perfectly hearrrWd well; had tgl under physician of genewT practice, six Wl" and OT?ted(yMUvnt,d; wheniecon,?' . v'j BHiuemnn or mu city) hu ho - " were carious, and hi 6e), droppingVrom tW his frifnrtadeclured be couU not potib)vau! 5 t wo month, longer. ThoBrad.ffi1": know with what ease and Ift(etT iJ . J It tl Keen J I . m . . . aaaetll atB cate. the teverwt case, and coniirms th. com 'ution. The Doctor's plan (adverti)" ce.ary to guard the public egaiott tbe Vbusa .'t unn ury, anu outer lata! rJehitioui, w - W rolf J ' IVrtons, Uiereore. haviae rnrntUt - "TT vate disorder, or .yspecting atent ioio0 admonished not to (anvper with their coD.(51! tmn, or conceal the ditorder, till lmtt rJZ. ry ; others bavinr the remsint of ,.i.ri. or ntlier impwitie of the blood, uwellw nfL' er comprint, of a delicate nature, in eith sex. should remember potterity, and do inst. to their corjsciencrt, - by making appli.riS to Dr. II. at bis old . and rospiWlte .IS? lislanot. No. 64 Water - .traeL EfEZZ: of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt ajrittenraT one calculated fo prevent dltcjoiure. And let n.e rlaim your serious "ttrntiorr - nm, a wpcrCrial cure is no curtnt all - ,.n iioeetit rodk ally done, you will certainlrbaJ: 'he disorder break out furhin with ,.i.r '." lenity, at some fulurepeno.1 ; wrhap lf 5, - he too lute for remedy. r Don't youXi tt the street miserable, mutii.t Ji?!60?.1 even a bit of no on their face? T..:"'0,', beieech you. . . ' " Dr. H't. character for skill i.j ri!y beipgunivertally kamvS " 1804, guarantee to itieu that d&d - ! - '""" uaving conuned hi - ractice for year pt it, exclusively to the cVreVl hsrase of the blood svstem. thevi,.!...1 :ulate on the mot decided adinm.V.. 7rT suiting Dr. II. 7 GleeU eradicated in tw. or threa r - . ' Stricture removed withoui bougiet or .ny oti - er icttrumcnt ; and all debilitieti likewise all .a ulcerations, cstuia'. fic. - , A plurality of oSce. are prorided, and so .iia. ted that patient are not exposed tneuhnr. btervation. Open till half past 9 in the evening. .... rw..VH. . . .. lunim ,w v ircv ul nlling, and speaking with Dr. H. which is fro. ol cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid u iprettion of gratitude for innumerable recns Herniation, and lor the decided preference (it It presumed with just cause) looy given him br udicious ptihlic. iv. ii. . ah letters must ps post paid. Dr. Buchanan. - - 4ng 27 Iv ' A'tAlUEH UUACKt.RX MOR lMtUsl. 270V. .. , ; ER. EV ANS' luperiat method of curing a certain Disease, is now universally acknowledged in this city ; bis mode of treatment l perfectly mild,; sale, ei peuiuous, and tn cnargd reasonable. In every lt - stance ht warrant a core, ana wwi return the pay if b. doe. not perform agrc.abl to contract. r ... .,n.tM.l prm alf.u. nfi t Inhere are many ertont in thi city and ilt vi cinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, such a cancer. iu inveieraie ulcere, Kmrnla or king evil, fistula, diseases of th nrethra, bladder and kidnies, old complicated cotnplaniti of a certain nature, bilioat aad other obtlne. lions, rheumatism, c. which tbry consider ioc. rable, iney can cenniiiiy d curea im grneno by arplyine t Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, tii. 9. Peck - tlip. having practised ia extclisin hospital in Europe 12 yvara, trnder tome of tht first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, and made those obstinate diseases his constant tttdy for 30 veart. Orf rXT' The tubfcriber bavinr recently rttontd from England with an important improvements the artificial spring LEG, h take thi. tMtaai of informing hit frieodt and th public, that tfl thee who areyo nnlortuoate a to be In want a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated T implying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan 'it WM. PURVIS, A"EIP DttESSIJfO ROOM. ' AFRUMEiTO, No. I WalMtrtt,Jnr - . turned from Italy, has tbe honour to iofrra the gentlemen, that he cuts and drrtte haiiin the latest style, and in a mat net o a to oipi it to the phitioznaniy. He ha for ale a oaarli - ty of RAZORS of the first Quality, if the? do not please on trial, tlie purchaser are at Krs - rty to return them, nnd receive the money. ' Hi ka likewise procured a very fine hrme, and enrage to restore raror to a very keen edge and mould ihi y not cut he will receive no rrcompetce. - - Thnse gentlemen who may pleat to honor Mm with their patronage, may depend on tb most particular and respectful attendance. ' - Frurn nto ho just received a few ett of tb celebrated Manguim False Back Raxers, Vr ranted of Damnsru steel of a cuperior qutU'7 - Amateur may shave themselves Uixuriouslf. N. K t.onl lui m .uhtrnlw? lit 1M Wt" ter will have their rators. Ac. ktfct :Jirr lor themselves. . .' ' . P. 3. A good journeyman yranleil. ftPP'T as above. ; '. tn " A ciT" die Beaver Hf f resb from the manufactory, hie ior tlx soul - era market, ta sbortert 5lwir.so.ys, . l6aBroadrf' may WOMEN, or Pour tl Cantre. a tal J ' "f torio,uthor of Bertram, MileaCb Tb Fatal Revenge, kc. kc t volt, pric p received and for sale at tb. Minerva Cirndw r ! iu. tirr Do.l. nnnoute t& " eum. NEW - YORK: " PRINTED ANlt PVBLtSllJD , , tnr - T - r. I. I ir ;0 Vir M W A - V.f No. ah iv,i. iTittt - cvroirra T Bak CorfEa - Hs ' i '

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