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mii!3divU duUUUcl I'trt th Firtl of A X IWj Rttidmt in tiM.Uniled Suttt tf .America, by WILLIAM COBBETTj eoU - iat, a dcManpUoo of th Euw of Um GottDtry ud ma account ct th Climate. Season and Sail; aad mar specially aa accoaat af th Author's atod of cultivating tn WW or tiuuim, ar Sweiiih, Turnip. Tha prica ot Uu Work, by tb tingla copy, U a dollar, and af ea copies, ir dollar and a Aavr. Tha book mra deposited wita Mr. Jtr - thamhtwit, at N'o. fit, Barclay - street, JJw York, when they may ba had, at lhaabov piv cat, aitner 17 nngla copy or by tens. .. . Mr. Archanbouit ha aba toma of my Ru U Turnip Bead, which it pal ap la small par cab, and which ha will aU at tha ama rata, at which ay aua, Jimet Hammertoa, tells it on Saturday, in tha Fly Market. Tbi anranga - aaent hat bftea mada in order that form an, from a djttaaee, may ba able to get the teed at toy time that it taitttbem to be in the city s and, at it m rfmirabta iddiitnbuta the teed at widely a possible, I bare had half pmaxdi and quf ler of noundt pat apt tt tun tne convenient eoat who wish to try the collar on imalt piecet of land. Th price of a pound it dells., and of the tmaJlerouantitiat in the tame pro port ioo. . If any gentlemen, who rarida at a dittane from Nw - Terk, bould w'uh for book ar teed, their bet way will be to apply to eome corrre - Kndeut at Nw - York because Mr. Archam - ndt will, from the natare of hit prevent buti - oaat, ba nn&ble to attend to their order. II ay gentlemen thould be disposed to write me M the matters, their letter will reach me tafely and without delay, if directed to tbt care af Mr. Archambaudt at above. VM. COBBETT. Jon 1 1 tawtw ' DISTILLERY FOR SALE. ONE of the first rate 8team Distilleries, ce - nabie of workioa 36 barrels per day, with the assistance of two hands only. It it replete with every necessary atensil for putting it in immediate operation. It it situated in the Village 0 Poughkeepiie, near a Grist Mill, aad but a abort diitanca from the Nortn River. The mice will be very moderate and the pay menta made eatr. or it would be eichanced for merchandise. For further information enquire f Air. L. Bingnam, Ho. 138 r ultoa - ttreet, n. York, or Thoma Sweet, esq. near the premise. Poushkeepsia, June I, HUB. Je3 D&Clawrjw KBW - ToaK botaxic oARDta. MICHAEL DENNISON. CURAiOR. TTI9 ettahlisbment it tituatrd at Rose Hill, XX Bear the junction of the Bloomincdnle and iiwrlem Road. It comprehends about fire acre of eicellenl land capable or the lugnest improve' mentt. The proprietor of thii beautiful spot hat obi ain d a leate of the land for the term of thirty rears IJe bat (besides the enclosures, thrurthrry, and oiner improvement; ereciea one 01 11m inqjw and most convenient green house in the United State. - He solicits the ritiicnt to patronise hit efforts to render bit garden complete in every re Tirt. bv a moderate annual tubtcrintion. He proposes that each contributor of five dol lar tbtll tie enuued 10 receive in vaiue 10 seeds, flowers, plants, fruits, or any other produce of (h garden. By such an accommodation to him an the part of the public, be will be enabled to procure the greatest variety or foreign and domeitic vegetables, and to gratify the taste and eipertatin of his friends. Persons inclining to enter their names as en - couragen ofthe design, are invited to call at the gardts, where tha fullest information wU he gtvea. . .. ', mytl 1m AACiHORS. Iron - Works of Messrt. Fnrbetb Adam, in Canaan, Connecticut, made of Salisbury iron. With or without iron stocks, for tale hy the tub - Kribers, ag'btt for the tnatufneturrrs. and who are autbonted to warrant the anchors ifrequired. TUCKER & CARTER, mySdeodlm 60 Pootn street ntr J)HN i. ROBINsON nnd MARTIN LEE have entered into partneribip under the firm of Hobinson te Let. in the stork, exchange and brokerage business, at No. 44 Wall street, and solicit the patronage of the it irienrftnnd the pohlir. Je t eodgw - Uj Ordim for European books, maps, papers, stationary and oilier article:, in all languages, ar regularly taken at the European book store and depot, No. 96 Uroadway, New York, opposite Trinity church yard, near Wall - street, ou the plain and low terms mentioned in tha prov pectus, which may be teen in said book - store where there it always large collection of European catalogues of books, with prices, ia all languages, for .the use of ladies and geutlemcn only. Order will alto be taken on the tame terma in every city, town and borough of the union, by all Uie merchants, booksellers, prim era, and paolisnert or newt - papers ana magazines. L. D BEL AIR, Agent. N. H. The ilirMl'it.w nrt nF Koine No Qfi roaawy to let. je 12 3UW3w t OR, SALE, Hit.IlThe House and Lot No. 27 Orchard street, now occupied by the subscriber. Tbe lot is 28 feet Iroi.t aod 100 deep. A further de - criptioo of 1 he property is deemed unnecessary, at it i pre(.meJ 00 00a. will purchase without first viewm the premises. If not told before tha lit of Aagust at private ale, it will on that day b put op at public aaction. , , JAMES KVOX, 'Jan 12 1w 27 Orchardst. FOR SALE, A farm of between sixty and seventy acris. Mtuatu 00 tbe west bank of Lake Utseeo, and one mile from the village of Cooperstowu. On it are anew ttone house 54 feet square ; a new farm house, barn, Kc. It forms a deiirable et tiblithuient for a gentleman wishing to retire - into the country, at itt situation, at t prospect, convenience to market, ate. it not turpassed bv any in tbe interior ofthe state. It will be told low for cah, on credit, or exchanged for pro - .perty Uu. c& gooc,. my 7 tf ' Law Building 41 FOU SALK OR 1X3 BE LET. Vitil A Country Seat, with 15acretof land, oa tne Hudson River. , TbeliooMand groondt at Bloomingdale, late ,lhe rendeoce of Lewit Simond, about three ' aod half mile from tbe city, ar offered for tale .or to be let, for a term of year. The house is - roomy and convenient, with all tbe nrceisary bares aad out - bou t a well of gxd water, aod the sKaation at besuii(ul asaay in the vicin ity or the city. There are about fifteen acres of land, a proportion of which it in thriving young wood. For terms, enquire of Mr. C. WILKES, at the Baa of New York, Wall itreet. .. Je6eod2w FOR SALE. A very Drofitable FARM, of 110 acre. two thirds unfler coltivatint, the residue wond - iua, tiiuaie on the tea shore, a quarter 01 a mile below the narrows, on the bUien Island tide and a short ride from the steam boat ferry landing. It gives a very extensive xir - w of 11 h .nH n. FORSALF.. Leasehold I Moerty. nore lntl.L si... veji Lnsfe. That pleasant t.tutt H. . - - Academy No. 2 White - street, between Broad - . Wy and Chun h street, thirty years ofthe Lease tm - etpired ; all ianprnveasetit to be paid for. bv Ttlaitioa Atthoetoiratlouetijetrrm. r.,..A Reat tWrty. pounds per annarii, for particular sm ueorg ncg, itrecna - t'"eet, Ureen - ;e8 u BE U remembered, that oa tha tweaty swath, day of Augatt, in the fort eecond year of . the mdepeadeace ofthe United 8tate I L. 8. 1 of America, Daniel D. Ardea, of the 'xrv. aaid district, btth deposited in thi office tha title af a book, tba right whereof he claiin at proprietor iothe words and figaret frrftowwg, to wit 1 Reading made eaty 1 or, a new guide to spelling and reading r in four part. ltt.contain - ing variou alphabets, aad aceriy two - hundred spelling aad reading Jeon, by regular gradation, from th most easy to the difficnlt, and in which th words are divided and accented, according to the purest tironuociation. 2d, a yoca - bnlary of words, nearly alike in sound, but different in spelling and signification. 3d, lettont ia reading and reciting. 4th, ontlinet of geo - rranhvt a sketch of grammar : abbreviation! J arithmetical tablet; aad prayer for the use of schools. The wboJe rendered pleasing and impressive hy neat and appropriate cuts. By Wil iiam Little, A. M. In conformity to the act of congress ofthe United States, entitled " an act for the eccoursre - ment of learning, by teenrine the conies of maps, charts and books to the anttion and proprietor! of soch copies, daring the timet therein mentioned," and also to aa act entitled " an act supple mentary to an act, entitled, an act for the encouragement of learnior. by securing tha copies of maps, chart and book to tha tutltort and pro - prietort of such copies, during the times therein mentioned, and extending tliebenrfitt thereof to the arts of designing, engraving and etching historical and other prints. Clerk of Uie louthern district of Sew York. pu i",n,fv'ew - York, withio tlie Narrows, and of ",,u "w - ea t or pnxpect 11 7C;.a' "t.C: "ue "nqueiuonable, - " ' KreoB! money may remain jacurcd upon the ld. Apply to A. V. D. roun - ' ' TO Wt .SfiELY.u' ttnwich - streeL , adjoining the above, with a garden and ibgut an acreof&nd. For terms apply at abov aih 3 eontr Je 8 d4w MAHOGANY SOFAS, ( HAIR AM CABI Ifflt, TiET FURNITURE, Mo. 49 HF.EKMAX HTllEET. rHE subscriber best leave to return hit tin X cere thanks to thote ladim and gentlemen who have been kind ertoush to honor him with theircommands, and to ioiorm them, and the admirers of handsome furniture in groeral, Ibat he lint on hand tome very elegant tola, cluirt, card. Pembroke and eatendinc patent dinins ta blet, grand tideboard, inlaid with high poliWitd ornamental brass - work and mse - vtood, card ta blet to match, Grecian couches, tofts, cbaitc lounee. music stools, chair, kc. Also, a li brary step chair, the utility of which he particularly recommends. All furniture warranted of the best quality and workmanship, and of tbe newest European fatn ions. L Orders executed to aor r - vt oftlie unioa to any drawinz, 00 tbe moct - rrtsonaiii term and punctuality for cash. Ladies or gentlemen Laving fancy woods, may have them maaulactured to any article they witb, by applying at above. my 3u fro A. M. HAYWOOD. ehVH mi.; A bouse and farm on Throg't Neck, in tbe town and county of Weitcbetter. fourteen initei from New - York. The farm contnina a - bout one hundred acre of excellent land in good fence, a large barn and other convenient out buildings, a good bouse two ttoriet hit;h, with f'lur rooms ou each floor, elegantly situated on the hankt of tbe E'.t River ; tbe tiluatinn un commonly healthy ; the neighbourhood the mott respectable ; abundance of fruit of the best selection ; scale and shell fih in greixt variety taken before the house. For further information apply to tbe subscriber on tbe prcmiK. my Urn STEPHEN It. HOFFMAN. CITY COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, S KOOIKVKI.T - STRKKT, BY ISAAC F. BRAGG. Ltfe teacher of penmnnibip in the Adelphi school. THE apartments La this etahlibmeut are fitted up with a superior decree of neatness. 1 he Youna Ladies' Room, comoletelv distinct from Uie others, it is believed will not merely be lound commodious nut c mlortatile and elegant. n j'rawine , - iatier, 01 eminent auaiinrnuons. (recently from London,) is engaged to give instruction in that iiranch twice in tbe week. Ui elegant collection of specimens, in rare flowers, velvet painting, lantncaper, tie. will gludly te exhibited to such at may be pleased to cull. ine terma will De very moderate, and tne exertions to render landscape drawing, ate. inter esting, ty trie Preparation orvtewt expressly for the tchool, and occasional practice from Nature, wnn ciear iiiuurauons 01 tne ruict 01 penpeci ve, 1111 Drueved wuiiovureencourascmcnt. In arithmetic, the principal it determined to spare no paint to support the high character which tbe recent examination of his pupils has given rite tit. The facility witb which comi'lica - tcdxBk - uiationt were periormed hy many ol Ms lean in the mind, without any aid to the roe uiory, however it may have i - npretted with the idea of" eettine by rote," was the result of fre quent practice alone, and proves that boys may he tnuent nil the larintiet w'.ich are commonly the retoitoflong practice in counting houses, be fore tney leave scnooi. Applications for the admission of boys, will be received on or after the lit of June, against which time it it iotendec" to increase the arcom modatinut. my 26 Im Utatt of Atu ForJk. it. IN pursuance of a decretal order of the honora - I ble tbe court ol chancerv of this state, bear we, date the firth day of June, 1818, will heiold at public auction, at the Tontine CoflVe House, ii.hhe city of N. York, under the dirrctii t. cf tbe tutiscriher, one or the masters of the saiucourt, ci tiie 3 - 1 day or July next, at 12 o'rl.ick at nonn. all Ibat certain dwel.inr house and lot of cr ur. situate, lying and being in the city of New York tod wiitcu in a certain indenture made Uie ie cor.d day of February, in the year of our Lord on thousand eight hundred and nine, betwet' Richard Hartshoroe, John Titus, William Harts - home, Thomis Uttick, James Onderdonk, Mary uius, vyniiam Ltucn, jane narunorne and Deborah Onderdonk, of the first part, and t.A niund Elmendorf, ofthe tcond part, is described at follows, to wtt : All that certain dwetiitg bouse ana lot of ground, situate, lying and beiiic in tlie second ward ot the city of New York, aud known avid ditunguthecr iy the number sixty nine William street ; whirh said lot 11 Pounded in front by William ttrett, on tbe northwest tide hy the noose and lot nr eround now or formerlv the property of David Johnwn, on tlie touthcatt tide by the boose and lot now or formerly of Peter Bogurt; eontnining in breadth in front twenty five feet, id the rear twenty eight fett : in depth on tbe tooth east tide twenty one feet, and on tbe tout!) twenty seven leet four and t half inches, be the same more or lest; together With all and suigular the hereditaments and ap. purtenances to the same belonging or in any ' ' 1 a 1 It. I , A wik ipKiuusinE. iaii - Q new tors, June , 1818. P. G. HlLDRETH, Matter in Chancery. Je 9 dt I O LET, A pleasant back room, at no. 56 Wall - street, suitable for a lawyer's 1 Bice. Pooewion immediately. Apply ia the front office. Ja4 THE FIXE ARTS. AMONG3T the present numerous exhibitions ofthit city, M. PAFF flutters himself that the lover of genuine workt or old masters, will fiJ hit GALLERY OF PAINTINGS, No. SO Wall - itreet, worthy their attention, and presenting them at the smallest expense with the mott extensive gratification. N. B. Old paintings repaired aod restored to tbeir original lustre, or purchased at their utmost value. myxatr fTlHE hank note of all the bavtt between JL t bi city and Albany, received at our Ex. change Office at 3 - 4 per cent dircouut ; of all tbe baaktabov Albany I 1 - 4 discount; and all Con necticut Bote at 3 4 per cent discount. LiriAGSTO.V J TR.1CT, 29 Wall - it. directly under the Exchange Bank Ja II 2w ravtir. tutxci ier tor the better tccommo - X datioi of merchants and others, has thought proper to open a !iop So. 99 Wish - inRTonweet, next door to tlie corner of Rec - tortiect, where be intends currying; on tlie riuinoiug isujinesi in a 1 itt vario - it branche i". A He ttiU coatinuet to etrry on the business altiie old stand No. 342 Water - street. ah orders leu at either pUce will be punctu all attendcl to. je 12 2w CALEB 8. BBDWER. ' WLTEATOX'S ITCH OKTMENT. ; THE loog aad acceuful at of this ointment is a sufficient recommendatioa, at it hat beea found to be a pieasaat, tare and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease ia all it tta - 5et. It is for tale in the city of New - York, by . A. ft W. R. Peat, Mo. 41 William - street; I. at T. Clark. No. 85 Maiden - Ine : H. H. 8chiefftlm & Co. No. 193 PearVttreet y Law rence & Keese, No. 185 Pearl - street j Hull i Bowne, 146 Pearl - itreet ; R. h L. Murray, 31 Pearl - ttreet 1 J. M. Bradburst 314 Pearl - street John Peoford. No. 4 Fletcher - street : Durree & Poe, in Pearl - ttreet; John C. Morrison, 18!i GreenwKh - ttreet ; John P. ruber, 100 Broadway ; Walter At Seamaaj corner of Chamber - it. ana Broadway, and also ia Chatham - street ; and in short it may be procured at most of the Drap Stores in this city Alto in Philadelphia, of b. Wilberell k Boat t George Han el I , North & Ro gert, anu aimosi ai uie aruggiiu ia ineprwcipai towns in the United States. , .. I.IKEWI3K, WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above placet. jan tS 6m VALUABLE REAL J FOR SALE, IS THE CITY or VZW - YORK. t?lVE lots of ground 00 the wctt tide of Green - 1 wich - etreet, between Vestry and Deibros - tet - ttreett, 55 by 80. Four do in the rear ofthe above, fronting on tbe east tide of Wathington - ttreet, 25 by U. Eight do in the block below, between Washington and West - street. la Montgomery County. 6000 acres of Land ia Lawrence's purchase, near East Canada Creek, 00 the north side 01 tbe Mobawk. In Franklin County. 15.165 arret of I find, in the towm of Mount Morrit and Dayton. In F.sex County. 7S32 acres ol Land in tbe lownnf Barrymore. In the County of Lewi. ItSO acret of kind ia Cutcrlaud, Cbastani Purchase. In Saratnea County. 2600 arrtiu Palmer purchase. Enquire at Uie oitce ofthe subscriber, 34 Cedar - street. BEV. RODINSON. mhl7tf BERGE OKI IIANs COURT. Of the Term cf March. 1818. Catharine Schuyler, ) Administratrix, Ac. I ot John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute. deceael. V rpilK court order and direct, Tliat Catharine X Schuyler administratrix of the eoods. chvt - tels and creilils of John A. Schuyler, deceased. eive public notice to the creditors of (lie decedent to bring in theirclaimt and demands against the ettate 01 the taid decedent, on or before the first day of May, in the ) ear of our Lord eighteen hundred and nineteen, by putting up notice! 10 that effect in live of the ruort public placet in the county of Bertjen, for the space of two months, and advertitine the tame for the like space of time in a newspaper printed and pub lished 10 the state of taw - Jersey, nnd in a newt - paper printed and published in the city of New - York. A true transcript from the record. ap28gm JOH.N A. BOYD, Sur'patc. G. SAUNDER'S PATENT RAZOR&TROP. You that wish to thave with ease, Buy of Saunders if you please ; Hit Razor Strop's, peculiar such, That sharps the Razor with atom h. G SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those . who have nor got his Patent Razor Strop, to furnish themselves with hit new invented Razor Strop, and Metallic Coniioiition. No gen tlrman who once make trial of one of the Strops now offered, will ever try any others; and such is their formation, that ever somuchuic will not givu the razors that roundmns which renders Uie best of them useless, and which it well known always to follow the application of all those hither - : i 'i 1 1 . 1 iu mvriucu. 1 ne anove simps are tn genv.rai ure in New York, and are ditlinguithed from all miieri. uarm - ra who have ufed thcintay more in tbeir praise than I can myself. G. SAUNDERS, 18 Wall - street Also for sale, Razors. Soan. and every uten til for Shaving, of the first Quality, with a supe rior aMorimrnt 01 rertuioery, tlair - rowdt r,c. from Smyth's, New Bond itreet, London. N. B. The mott liberal allowance made to dealers. my S2 TO LET, 11 j ne eiea - ani a siorv nous xvo. nuu son - street, which conmandi a pleasant view of tne 1 am aud river, rostesiion may be bad in a few day. Also lor tale, the furniture ofiaid house. It it of Ihe best iiunli'y ; well fitted, and suitable to a genreei tamiiy. Apply as above. my 1 1 ti ELKUA.Vr FIAJYO FORTES. OS. WILSON. 14 Maiden - Lane, hatiuitre ceived by he Venus, a laree awortrnent o excellent Piano Fortes. Patent Flutes, Flageo lets, sc. inanularf ured expressly for him by Cle menti & Co. London. Aim, Piano Forte Strings in sets . new music, and every article in tbe mu sical line ; instruments taken in exchange, and tuners proviiVd. my 89 tf MEDICAL AID. TR. CORN V ELL, who it JLJ a ratmbvr ofthe Corpora' - inn ofSureeoui of London, and i' ho has bad much experience in the line or tin protcmon 1 ti.nre than twonty years, hat lately arrived in thii city, and eing well apprised of the great ct ith 1 . wo it ci - ner.lly takes to introduce a medical gvntleman into practice io the common lest'rvedwty, taaeiiini meinon 10 ioiorm uie public, that he has taken tlie tituation, Xo.278 WATER - STREET, corner of D,ver - ttrert his door io Dover - tlreet hit name on the door hi tign, n Mertsr; where he will be found ready to wait on those that pleaic to apply for his medical aid, in the different branches of surgery, and Uie practice of Phytic generally. As, alsn, in all cases ofimpntency, and a certain complaint, incident to both sex, in which he has had treat, very great, eiperience in the rare of thousands, without one hours detentioo from business, or change of diet, or a possible discovery ny the moot intimate irienn. Ccr And in all cases of confidence, the great ei - t secrecy will be strictly observed. He b n no shopman, or any person in partnership with bim. N. B. Attendance will be given to patient rrona tun - rue until 9 o'clock In tbe evening. Je8 Im rrn toleabkuh fur sale. Hn.ll That elegant modera built bouse, situate at the corner of SanJs and Washingtou streets, Brooklyn Itt size it thirty.one feet front by nit y feet deep, itt rooms so arranged at to combine every convenience for a genteel residence. It will b told with two or mora lots of ground, at the option of the purchaser. Terms, one fourth cash, the rest in tucb payments at will be most convenient to purchaser. Apply on the pre mises to C dAL.Lm may 23 tf CURLED HAIR MANUFACTORY, T' 70 Chatham - street. HE subscriber return his thank to the public for their former patronage in the line . of his prof - nion, and hope for tbeir future support. He likesris informs them that b has on baud a constant topply of curled hair, manufactured expressly for tnatrawe, on to improved principle ; and likewise guarantee the hair told by him to be free from any impure smell, being well scoured, boiled and baked, and being ma nufactured by machinery, has an advantage aver auv other hair manufactured in America its very texture and elasticity making it a caving of tweuty - fiv per cent to th purchaser. WILLIAM JACKSOX. N. B. Merchants and the trade in general will find it to their admulage to call as al'jve. 30 bales of hair in tt rough state ; 6 bales o' long horse - tails ; 2000 7h of ioo; hair, drawn 'JO inches, c'nbbed ; 900 dozen hair tier bottoms. For sale w above. my 5 & DRIME tJi.tr". J0 barrel., for sele by Je 0 . P7 South ttreet. POST COACH in 8TEAM - B0AT LINES, FOR PHlLAOtWMA. VIA FOWLM - noOK llXLIf ABXTIITOW1I FOIST. ... . (Through ia One Day.) NEW Line of Post Coaches withevery con - X. vemence for patteegert and bi - sage, on Springs. ; The Pott Coach wiM ttart from the Coach office, No. 1 Courtland - ttreet, near Broadway, N. York, every morning, (Sunday! excepted) at S o'clock, by way of Newark, Elitabetl.town, Brunswick. Princeton, Trenton tnd Brittol, and arrive at Philadelphia the tame afternoon, at 4 o'clock. A second Line of new Pott Ceacbet will ttart from New - York every morning, (Sunday excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the bteani Boat Atalun - la, lr!ge at Trentoo, and arrive at Philadelphia, in a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. For 5 dollars. - P. S. Pastengert are requested to call and take their suits at the office No. 1 Courtlnndt - itreet, New - York. . , , , . United Statet Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, witb every convenience tor patiengert ano naggdge, vu priugi. The U. S. mail coach will ttart Iroro the coacbodke. No. 1 Courtlaldt - t. New - York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. nnd arrive at Phil adelphia next morning at do'ciock. vuiy o pa - iem;cr admitted. For tualsinthe above named Lines, aniily to THOS. WHITFIELD, at tbe old estaolished Coach, and Sttara Boat office, No. 1 Court - landt - ttieet, near the corm - rot uroanway, ivew - York ; or to A. T. GOODRICH ft CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Crdar - ttreet, New - York. ffy - AII eood and barar.ee at the risk of the 0H iner. JOSEPH LYON, SO.VS & CO. H. B Expretset sent to any prt of the Con tinent, by THOAiAS WHITFIELD. my 30 UNION LINE. FOR PHILADLi.l'HI .. Twenty - five mile land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new rw't coaches $j Do good slget 4 50 Do (orec3stle or deck passengers. 3 50 Connected by the tteam boitt olive branch and rHLAOKLPHlA. 1 be ttetm - boat Ulivt Brunch will leave New York every day, Sunday'! excepted, from the north siJe of the Battery, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. Pasiengen will lodge at Trenton, aod take the steamboat Philadelphia, to aitoarrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock ihe next morning, in time to take the Union Line Baltimore ttcnm boats. Thu ln.e liat a connection with the beit boats on the Delaware and Cheinprake to Norfolk ; at alto those of the .North River and Sound 1 and tlieir several arrivalt are calculated to cause lit tle, if any delay. 1 hit 11 a speedy ana cenainiy me moil route, at the passenger will leave New - York after Ihe banks open, and arrive in Phila delphia before the hours of businefi. without fatigue in travelling or want of ileep, the land carriage beir.g much leu than by any other route between the two cities. For teatt in the above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUFS, At the Unirn Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ket field street, north ride of the Battery, be - tweeo Greenwich and Washington street, or to The CAfl Aift on liOhrd. 0 - All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. p 4 aWlFT - SURE MAIL COAL.t1L. - 5, OH mlLADI I.PHIA. . ftT" Leave New - York .ruf, eveiy morning iunciaysex iluv i to ilmner. 4 I lei BB sr"HJtsi - ag tciittd) at tioVlr.ck, and ar rive in Philadelphia next t lie publick houiet ore good, and reasonable in uifcir eti irset. 1 neanvert, iiorteinnacoacii - es are not inferior to auv others now running he twetn these two cities. 1 be beautiiul country, and the excellence of the roads on this rout, cm - netted with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expencea, are b leived to be strong inducements to traveller in giving uui line a oecmea preier ence. Ihe strictcn attention win oe oiutrveu by the proprietor! in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and package will go at the risk of Uie owuer unlett insured and receipted fjr by the clerk of taid oflice. Stage fare only $j, with a generous allowance of baggage. Partus wishing to travel at Uieir tenure, may engage tne uoacn on lensoname termt exclusive! to themselves, by applying out day previous to starting. For seats apply at Northern Hotel No. 79 Courtlandt - itreet, New - York. LYON, SONS, i CO. ap 2 Proprietors. j y Ligtj. 'ij no i let:. For the further accommo dation of the public, tbe de Sarture ol the r irrtty Ironi ew - York and Newburgh will be in tuture the following dayt : Leave New York on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newburgh on Tueiday, Friday and Sunday at D A. M. The above arrangement will commence by Uie Firefly leaving Newburgh on Sunday, the 34th May. The Wettern Stage leavei Newburgh imme diately after the arrival ofthe Firefly. my Ti NOTICE. 05 - Steam Boat Olive Bbahch will tail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round f;Staten Island, and occasion ally, il the wmJ and tide will permit, to the hook. Thii beautiful tail will contribute botb to health and. pleasure, and is at cheap a re - create n at can be found. Parties whometn to partake of thii amusement will, if convenient, give in their namet the day preceding, at the office in Marketnel'l itreet, north side ot tbe Dinner on board, at the usual prices. Passage ft children hlf price. my 13tf KASt'O. - S ASD BETHLEHEM MEW LIKE, VIA IVFW'BRDRSWICK. fj Pauengert will leave New - York every Monday f.ind Friday, at II o'clock, i - .j . M. in tle stram lioat Olive Branch ; lodge at New Brumwick ; leave there early next moraine, and arrive at Easton at 4 o'clock in tlie afternoon. Returning, leave battoo every Tuesday and r iSlay, at 5 c'clnck, A. M.fodce at New Brunswick ; arrive atw York at lu o'clock next rooming, in Uie steamboat Olive Branch. The stage connected witb this line is a eood four - horse itase. Passage from N. Brunswick to Kaiton, $340 ; Tom r.astoa to Uethlehem, 79 cents, t nr seats in tbeabov line.npply to WM. B. JAO.CES,!ut the Philadelphia I uion Line Steam - Boat Office, norm tiue ol the nattcry. ROBERT LETSON, Proprietor. Jel3tf MILLINERY. Sc. JOHN WINTRINGHAM, Milliner, No. 125 W'illiam - st. respectfully informs hit friends and the merchants in general, (bathe hairooed from No. 117 William - street, to the above No. where he CRIMPS Sdtin, Muslins Rihhnn, Crapet, ac. at tlie shortest notice and lowest prices. Alto, Fancy, Lace, Sattin, nod Crape Trimmings. He has ronlanlly on hand, split straw, and Ieghorn bats, turbans, turban fJbaU, culle - rcis, ac. One ca snperfin whit chip just imported aot for sale by th dozen or single. Stor No. 117 Willi un - street to M, aod v4,a numoer oi glass cases forsale. . Il la . . WANTED a white worosn to do kitchen work, and a white tirl from 14 to 16 year oi age, to oo Uie ppei family. A pp'y at U.n cc. r;rk of a small 5 TUB. SOUKD STKAJi BOAT - LiXK, M .1 O WW f 1 1 1 I ! B I The proprietors,; with .' view of accommoduting the i - y public, by extending the line .... v ' . 1. . . . 1 nrmui, icit - ni, uihkuia the etpenmeiit, with tlie Fulton, Capi. Law, and this route (if found practicable) will be continued during the seasoo. - The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, at follow : The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - iork every Monday, Wtdnttday and Friday, at C o'clock, in the roorniiiSi for New - Haven. Th Fulton, Capt. Law, will leave ifarvxth at 6 o'clock in the mornin of tne tame days, touch at Sf rv - London and depart from thence for JVew - Wartn nt 8 o'clock. The boats will meet at Airw Harm, and depart from th nee every Monday, H'cdnrs - day and Friday, at 7. oYIik k ia tlie evening tlie Connecticut lor Jfrv - t'ork, and the Fulton for JYev - London and A"oi irtci. mhl7 STEAM iHJAT NAUTILUS. JCS'i VJi LUSwi The steam boat NAUTI - Tlie w will hereafter run a LEAVE BEW - TORK. except no Suo - At 5 o'clock iu tlie forenoon, 8 do do ' 11 do do 2 o'clock in the afternoon. 5 do do I.KAVK ITATKIf ISLAM), At 1 - 2 putt 6 in the forenoon, 1 - 2 past 9 do 1 - 2 past 12 in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 2 past 6 do OR SCHDAXB LKAVK IftW - TORBT, At 5 o'clock in tlie morning, 10 do do 1 o'clock In the afternoon, 4 - do do , " - I - EAVr STATItir 1SLARD, At 8 o'clock in the forenoon, 1 - 2 psst 1 1 o'clock d 1 - 2 pat 2 o'clock in the afternoon, . 7 o'clock do PMiengert to Ihe Narrowi njid Bnlh will, for the enjut, betaken down on Sunday tiiorning, in the 6 o'clock boat, and be called for about half patt 5 o'clock in the evening. The fare to StatenH Island will be 2a cents, and tn Bath and the Narrows, 5UrenU, Children hall price. 'ihi , AUTILUS iiii new boat of great tpeed in fine "rJer, nithootl arcommodnitons ;and ii im;). Ki ll on iLt: Livingston mni Fulton plan. Oa a count ,.1'il.e picas Hntncf of her tour, tiie advantages of Sea liathing at the places tfu vis - i', the variety and beauty ofthe prospects thev RiTord, the cheapne's ofthe fare, and the eiref - lem e of Uie rulresl.ments and accommcdatioci on board, excursion' in Ihe .Nautilus iorphiiMire or bu'iness, will be found expeditious, ngreeable and healthful. At she is fitted for the transportation of Homes and Carriage, and the wharves and floats at New - York, Staten - Ulund and the Dorse - Boat Ferry at tbe Blazing Star, prrpaied for safe and commodious embarUing and landing travellers in the Post Chaises, or in private rar - lir.gi - s between New - York and Philadi lphia, Trenton, Princeton, New - Brunswick, or Wood - (indpr, will find the route by tb Nautilus uml the Jumnkes across ttuteu - Uland to Aen - Bruniwick, Uie thor'.est, cheaiH - st aiid moil pleutant that can he telee'ed. jom utruKtST, captao. Staten - Islanri, 27th May, lbl8. mv 19 tm .I tVKUU Bill IA.1 APlllAIOl'A 1 All. - Sf AI.X TBRAS timks a wbeb. EAVES Newburgh eve ry Su'idav, Tueiday, '11 : yaiid ihurday mon.in, at three o'clock, ru throuch Min'.jmiry, BIoom:nghuv,h, Mouticello, by White Like, Cohecton, Mount Pleasant, Great r.ini'.t'l.enani; I'niiit. Owesn. Ilhica. and Ge neva, toCanandiiigua. KetiiMirg; leaves Canimlaipiii every Monday, Vtdnctdjiy nnd Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newbirrgli, tiie thjtil day in lime to take the Steam - boats hich arrive in New - Yoik the foUowir.g morning. CXj Il may be txptcttd thai al uil iurutirhcn ihe tltam bualt aittr their dayt cf n lining, that litis trie Kill alter to at to mtel Ihim. The whole route Will be perfumed in three days, from the first of. May, until the first of Noverribei and From the tirst or November until the fifteenth of December, and fivm the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four days tnd from the 15th December, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be cof tinned to the city of New - York and run from thence to Cauatulaigua in four days. Passenger travelling from New - York to Cnaii'kiiii, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. Yoik in the evening; steam - boata, and arrive in Cananduigua inth; ce dn)H a distance of three hundred miles. The line is welt furnished w ith good, new carriages j good horses, and cartful and experienced dr'.vers Every atten tion will be paid to render the passageofthe traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it Is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. dj FARE from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS N. B. A branch of the tame line run's three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Alo, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point; thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, owners. DAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk ofthe David Godfrey. P.loomingbiirgh,") K. C St. John. Motmt Pleasant. I L. & R. Manning, Chenango, I Proprie - Luther Gere. Ithica, I tort. Samuel Creeuiitf, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, mh 14 dCin AORTH RIVER STEAM - BOATS. 07 - On th llth of Mar, tbe Uoatt will commence running four timet a week, as follows : A Hual will ieavi: iew - i.rk on Turtday, at 9 A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ; Friday, at 9 A. M. and Saturday, at a r. n. oi each weeit and a boat will leave Albany on Monday, Wed' nesdav. Thursday, ena Saturday, at a A. Al. The above arrangement will commence by the Cbanrellort leavios Ainany on Monday, the llth May, atVA. jvi. nnil tl.i Kiclimond leaving New York on Tuc tday, the lth at 9 A.M. The Fire - Fly leavei New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. yi. for - ew burgh, and returnt on Monday, Wednesday and h inlay, at B a. k ruy z H AAA'S AAii - BlLloUS PILLS. TA'HICH have been a'tendrd with a degree y or s hoc cm highly grateful to tho invi t.t - or't feelings, in teveral parts of th Wrrt Ir.dic, and the Niutiiern and ijt;nie ijtatu, particular' ly in New York. Pbiladel.ihm, l.'aitiii; n - , r The operation oi these pilU are prriect!y mi d to as to be used by pertOui in every situation ano oi every age. They are excellently adapted to car - y cf su Perflous Pile, end prevent its mod id secretions to restore and umtnd the appetite; to pro!i. - "i a Irce persriratioD, and Hereby prevent cddi which are often of fatal rontequt rce A dose never fails to remove n cold, il lnktnon itiuitt appearance. Thry are an intallibte prevt rtive oi Bihoti and Malignant Ftvir, and snouM be nrocurvdforuie, by every seamim and trtveller. Prenarrd and sold at LEt,',S Medicine Hons, N AG Maiden Lane. lrug;;iii aud country store keepers supplied on lilieral terms. . my 16 W I E T. A dry Cellar, under the house No. 29 I'me - .trect. Er.ipnre of MR. PMrDl:?, my 11 tf ir,4 PoarMtnet. 1BKEWERY.: forrtile, a Ibi?i!, a Prew. i ery &. Malt House ccnticcted, in the city of Hudsw. The buiMlnc are stone, and particularly well Cfdcobitrd for tbe bu'incst. '. sr si'uated iu the micM of t I arley country, and has many other advarlajt. It is certainly an iA ject for those wisl,c to engage in ih't r5;i. net. It is the cnlv brewery in tlie rotiotry. - - This property will lie oIf cheap. Tern? liberal; tit' g.x - d. Foe farther rwticohrr appl? to '. MULD'N. 'o. 7i jbiicV v.ane, New - Yorit ; or J NLXONi Jr. cer the invoices. June 13 tf 4 aimrain r pMe ka w haw U dUUaCm S . twees thiagi that diner. 'a1P' DOCTOR II0RNE,foratrI UKwrr tn im lacuily of nKv, . and turgery there, deemt it E fa. t f to repeat tome ootervation the abuse ct MERCURY e? rath, indiscriminate, and unouai ficd use tkereof, ba beea pftSdil live of infinite tmiwhi,r ii '. lands are annuaUy mercurialited out of T f DiCr' ?. 146 $V w bM owe "u i Ul results chiefly to thii tewce. " What nill that a young man, the hopes of hit coMtry.ail tbe darling of m. parentt, thould be tnitcftdi: way from all the protiee.tt and enjoymenU of i& by the consequence, of one ungaa'rid momttL tnd by a disease not in iu own natur fatal. & which only proyetofro neglect or improa! reatment." A gcatlemao, (late Dr. iwE? tient) now perfectly hearty ami well, bad b under phyticiant of geneij practice, tixtea? and repeatedly salivat, d; when recommenSedS Dr. H. (by a gtnlleman of thii city) hi, S were carious, end hi,, fleih dropping 'Jrom tS . ' bit friendi declared he could not postiblyiur.! two monthi longw. Thousand! experunerUJU know with what eaw and afety DrT H. crad?. cate the severest caset. end confirm i the const! tution. Tbe Doctor't plan (advertitiog) T ccttary to guard the public against th VbuL Ti mercury, and other fatal delusions held forth. Persons, therefore, having contracted ft nr? rate disorder, or turpecfiog latent poiton. ar." admonished not to tamper with their coniut. tion, or conceal the ditorder, till past recovM ry ; oU:erthaviiig the remains of aa old cssT or other impuritiet of the blood, at well at cu? er complainU of a delicat nature, in eitbir sex. thould remember posterity, and do juttk lishment,No.34 Water - ttreeti foorbouset rerf of OM - ihp, to obtain that prompt assistance?, lone calculatfd tb prevent disclosure. And let me claim your serious attention RsaemhM a tuperficia cure it no cure at all ; bcIm, a' sinessu radically done, yoq will certainly he diiorder break out again with redouhledm? h.imty, at tome future period ; i rliant th. .in be too late for remedy. LWt yoo ofu. nt" T " the itrw tt miserable, mutiJattrt he ioex. wifiv.Ii even a bit oi noaeoa tieirface.' Takw.il. I beseech you. "ae warning, Dr. H character for skill ,nd itublwD intt - n'.y being universally known in this city inu 1804, guarantee U: .alieaU that delicacy and ! creLyintherto unknown, and having confined hi l - ract!ce foryears past, exclusivery totliectjrtM u'iseasci of the blood system, they may tafely i. ruWe on tlie moit decided advantaeet in en. suiting Dr. H. wa Gleett rradicaled in tw or three weekly Stricturet removed without boagietoranyctb. er instrument ; nnd all debilititt i likewise all old ulceration', fMula't He. A plurality of oaicet are provided, and to tiff jted that patients are not exposed to each other' bservftf ion. Open till half past 9 in the evenir.t. Al! penont concerned are invited to be free ii railing, and ipeaking with Dr. H. which U Ire cf cost. And here tie I octor caucot avoid tl tipression of gratitude for innumerable reroa - inundations, and for the decided preference fit it presumed with just cause) long given him by judicious public, N. B. All letters must be pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 3? 1 At. 1 1 H ER HUAUKt.RH AOR JMtOSI - Irk lteXF&L KM TIOA. lR. EVAN'S' snperitf Ji y.mruioa oi cunng a ctr - tain Disease, is now univer - tally ackoowleoged in tin's city ; bis mode ortrentineai is perfectly mild, safe, ei - peuiuous. aart hit chargsi reutonaMe. fa avery it dance he warrant a cur. - ud will rehire the pay ifh doe not perform agrcaahl to contract. I here are rr.any pertuut in thii city and iU vi cinity, laboring under varmut chronic disease, such is cancr, nlu inveterate ulcers, crofula or kii' evil, fistulat, disease! of the urethra, bladder nnd kidniet, ofd complicated complaints of a certain nature, biliout tnd other obttrao tion, rlieumatism, Vc which they consider inc rahle, Uiey can ctnium? corra im general) by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, Ne, o. I'M - V - slio. havine practised ia evtrluin hospitals in Europe IS years, under vv.b of th first Surg. - oin and Physiclant in the world, tt made tboie obttinate diseatet bitconitnnt td fotJ0teart. Oct H Tp The tubfcriber bavin? recently retorttJ from England wilh an important taprovetnen!! the artificial tpring IA.U, he takes this melhot of informing his friends nnd th public, that tl ttiiwe wno are so uulortunate ar to he lu wanta a leg, or arm, they ran be accommodated by ap plying at io. 77 Barclay - ttreet, New - York. Jan - it WM. PURVIS. A F.JF DttESSfAQ ROOM. ' A FRUMEM O, Na. I Wall - street, Jut re - '. turned irom Italy, bat tbe honour to inform the gentlemen, that he cut and dresses hairia the latest t'.y le, and in a matner so ai to adopt it to the phistngnomy. He has for sale a quantity of RAZORS ofthe first quality, if they do not please on trial, the purch titers ate at liberty to retura them, and receive the money. lie bat likewise procured avery nue hone, and engages to itstore razors to a very keen edgsand should tlity not cut he. will receive no recomptnee. Thoie gentlemen who may please to honor bim with their patronage, may depend on the mott particular and respectful attendance. Frunutito hat just received a few sett oi th celebrated Manguim Fake Back Razor, warranted of Damascus steel of a tuperior quality. Amateurs may shave themselves luxuriously. B. Gentlemen wl.c subscribe by the ejutr - ler will have tbeir razor, Sec. kept exclusively tor llieuiielvei. P. S. A good journeyman wantej. Apply asi above. mh 6 tf may 27 T.ibrarj re.iui. No. Vi. ACOKTAT sapply (X laj diet Beaver Htt, fiesh from the nufsctory, tuilt - ble lor the touth - era mnikrt, aod packed at shortest notice, j! WILSON'S, ICOBroadwtJ. , HOME A. YEOMEN, or row el Ctnlrel a bxl by T T torin, author of Bertram, Miletian Chif Tl;e Faial Revenge. &'c. 4. c. 4 vols, price $2 received and forale nt the Mmerya Circulati"5 2fi1 Bro".dw?y, opjsil tha n - NSW - YORK: FRLTLD AAD PCBLISBSD . 3CUAEr. bUllAHAM I CO, 49 - HLLiArr - rar - crmiTK bi HxfK CoFrxs - Hacfr.: ' "

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