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June 19, 1818

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f . - . ' i . ' v . i . i " r NT' r? f . A Nf.Fi RY. . ... ....... elate of New - York. Ijf n omit nee of aa order of thit honorable court, hearing date lb 19th day ol January, 1818, . h .nLi at nubile auction, at the Too tie : Code Haute, n the city of New - York, wider , . tii direction of the Mbacnoer, ucmmim bw Hrt at tl)i court, tu qoralc lot or yorteli, on Thandav. tho tweutv third day of July next, at twelve 'cluck at boo. . AH uws certaia pie - ' ces or parcel and trscU OT land. Knows a tne north ! section oi mo renin iowbiuiih twelve towns in Tioga county, being lot Boa. 86, 27,28,23, 30, 32, and 38. Ut No. ,26 contain about eighty acre I lot No. 7, aboot on rnm.lmd and five acre : lot No. 23, W, 30, and ' thirtv two. each containing: one hundred and four ; acres, throe fourths and 3d rod of land ; lot ho. ' U contain W 3 a ana '""f' "7 f "71 west half of lot No. 24, which half contains M acre.. And i!WiMoi. V3 - ,. " .7 on the gore lying wetterly end adjoining on said nortlteatt section, nnu w wra . " ; tlud to taid aecUon to deficiency in Mid lection, by a if take in a foro "rrri. - Siid loU No. U 2, 3. 4 and 0. mta Hit acre each ; am' lot No. 7 about twenty five . acre. Together wilh all Ja tin MJffiVW18 - - - an IA lawtdt Mailer in Chancery. ' titc ow bew - yoaK. at. Wf nJuM Ar itMretal order of thia bonora - I hrm date the fifteenth day of ' October M, will be fold at public auction, at the :. Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the directioa of the tiibscribee, as one of the maatera of thie coert, on Wtdnuday the uvtnth day of Jaooary next, at twe've o'clock, at noon, tii rrtain lot. tract or Darcel of land, actua ted ia the county of Delaware, ia the atate of Mew - York, and ia Evmna' rattn ana anown py great lot thirty four, and bounded at follow : be - Kianint at a tuke and heap of atone near a beech 1 rn.Axi Nn. Si and 37 1 beine the nortbeut corner of lot thirty kvm ;tlience along the north - bonnd thereof couth eighty nine degrees, weat u hilivit and liMnts eieht chahu and ninety ii link to a beech tree marked No. 33 and 34 ; being the oetheat corner or lot (no. XI,) oum - ber Utirty three ; thence alone the eait bound thereof, north three degree, e art entity ooe rhindiwtintlinkitoabeechtree marked No. 31 and 34 1 tbenoe along the aouth bennd of lot (No. 3 IJ BUBDer thirty one, norm eigmjoinc ' le;ree,eM the diitance of one buodrtd and foar Chain, to atake and neap of rtone V thence , aoutlt thirty lire chain and twenty four link to a beech tree narked no. o ; wence norm eigmj nine degree, eatt twenty chain to the weal bound of lot thirty five thence along the aaine Aulh fori fnnr chiini and ninety til link to the place of beginning s containing nine hundred and tarty nine acre and throe fourth of an acre of . land, with the appurtenance. And alio, all that - Mrtnin athftr lot. tract, or Mrcel of land, aitua ted in the cooutjr of Delaware, in the tat of New - York, in Eyan' ratent, aad mown oy - rat kit thirty aaren. and i bounded a fol - , low t Besinnins at a hemlock .tree mark d No. 37 and 40, being the northsart cor - nar of lot No. f40) wunber forty thence along the north bound thereof, south, eigh ' tmim rirrrm. vert one hundred and thirty' lour chain and ten link to a beech aping parked No. 38 & 37 i thence north three le - gree, ewt seventy eight chain to a Beech tree with stone round it thence on the couth bound of tot thirty four north eighty nine degree, east one hundred and thirty chain to a tiirch tree narked thirty even and thirty - eight thence on ' the wert bound oi lot thirty - eight, south seventy - eigfit chain to the place of beginning, containing one thousand and twenty - four . acre aad one rourtn m aa acre oi tana wiu we appru;nuuu:. Dated, Decembers. 1817. ...,. JAMES A. UAM1LTON, Dec 3 law4&dts Master in Chancery. frt - The ale of the above property i potpo - BedTo the eighteenth day of February ncit at the name hour and place. Dated Jan. , 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, 4, Jaa7 Zawt . Matter ia Cliancery. ,. The ale of the above property it potponed to the 13th day of May neat, at the taaae hour and "place.' Dated Feb. 18, 1818. , 1 JAMES A. HAMILTON, - 'feb 1 8 1 a wtda Master in Chancery. n The sale Of the above property is postponed to the t3d day of Job next, at the tame hour and ' place. Dated Hay , lbia. - - - JAMES A. HAMILTON, r aty J4 tawtds Master in Chancery. TVTOTICE i hereby riven, that w Uie under - jLl cigned have been appointed by hi honor Richard Riker, Recorder of the City of New - sconfliriR and absent debtors, trutteet for all the rmrlifnri nf lh tiertont constitutine the firm. CO partuershtp or house of trade, of Prentiss B Car - ler, of Baltimore, debtors, who reside out of this atata and are indebted within it : end all Person! red by the tenth day of June next to pay an dents . and sums of monev which they owe to the said - person constituting the said firm, copartnership n m ui oeiween mstv atwi . - acres situate ob the net bank of Lake Otseri and one mile from the villua .Z: Oait are a new (tone house 64 feet square ; a sew farm boose, barn, he It fumi a l.JZir. . - i . . "vi auiu u - bj y - QU - niuent tor a gentleman wishing to retire wiu u nmniiT, aa 1U III la! 10 n. aa In nnan. V T - .,l.y Diilrirl af Xn - Y rk. SI.' f J u.mA Hint ob UietwentT ninth (4ay of AeKost, in the forty (if l. 8. i Of America. Daniel D. Arden, ofthe . ..iHi.irirlhaih dcDotited la this of fice the title of a book, the right whereof he claims a proprietor iB the words and figure following, to wit Reading made easy t or, a new gurae w spclUng and reading i in four Prt'.",c),,B: ins; various alphabet, and nearly two hundred illipfnd reidmg lessons, , by regular gradations, from the most easy to the difficult, and to ukirk iim wtnl are divided and accented, ac - tUm mmt nraaoaciatioo. Xd. a voca - bolaryof wwrda, BearfyaUke i sound, but different ia spelbog and signification. 3d, lesson in reading and reciting, 4th, outlines o( geo - ariuWtical table t and prayers lor the use of rhoola. 7 be whole rendered pleasing aad im pressive by neat and appropriate cat. By Wil liam Little, A. M. . . k . lacoaiorouty tome act w congress oi uie uni ted Bute, entitled " aa act for the encourage meatofleaniins, by securine tle copies ol maps. charts and books to the authors and proprietor of such copies, during the time therein nientioa - ed,"and alio to an act entitled " aa act supple mentary to aa act. entitled. an act lor uie encou ragement of learning, by securing the copies of maps, chart and book to the authors and proprietors of Mich copies, during the times therein mentioned, and extending the benefit thereof to the art ordengning, engraving and etching rut torical and other print. nUDLItl 11.1.1, . Clerk of the southern district of New York. Je8d4w . . MAHOGANY SOKA9, CHAIR AND CABl - NET FURNITURE, Jtfe. 49 BEKKMAJt - STREET. CYllE subKriber bees leave to return hi sin JL cere thank to those ladie and gentlemen who have been kind enough to honor him With tbeir commands, and to inform them, and the ad mirers of handsome furniture in general, that ne has on band some very elegant sofas, chairs, card, Pembroke and extending patent dining table, grand sideboard, inlaid with high polished ornamental brass - worit and rose - woon, cara table to match, Grecian couches, tola, chaise lounge, music stools, chair, cc. Airo, a u brary step chair, the utility of wbicb be paiticu . All furniture warranted of the best quality and workmanabip, and or the newest Luropeau lasu ions. . Order executed to any part of the union to any drawing, on trie most reasooauie urtos ana punctuality lor earn. Ladie or gentlemen having fancy woods, may have them manufactured to any article tltey with, hy applying as above. - my 30 tin N A. M. HAYWOOD fOH Ml.tC. A bouse aad farm on Throe's Neck, in the town and county of Westchester, fourteen milet from New - York. The farm contain a - bout one hundred acre of excellent rand in good fence, a large barn and other convenient outbuilding, a good house two stories high, with four room on each floor, elegantly situated on the bank ef the East fisver ; the situation un commonly healthy l the neighbourhood the moat respectable ; abundance of Iruitof the best selection ; scale and shell fith in grent variety taken before the house, f or runner information apply to the subscriber on the premise. mylm m'trnti a. hotmab. CITY COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, 3 mootavKLV - BTRKKT, BY ISAAC F. BRAGG. Late teacher of penmanship in the Adelphi school milE apartments ia this establishment are fit' JL ted up with a in peri or degree of acatae. The Young Ladict' Room, completely distinct from the oilier, it is believed will not merely be fomd commodious out coruiortauie and elegant. A Drawioe Matter, of eminent qualification!, ( recently from London.) ia encased to cive in - itmtioa ia that branch twice in the week. Hit elegant collection of apecimens, in rare flowers, velvet paintings, landscapes, sc. win giaoiy oe exhibited to such at may be pleased to call. The term will be very moderate, and the exertions to render landscape drawing, Ac. interesting, by the preparation of view t exprtttly for In school, and occasional practice irom aiure, with clear illustration! oi in rate oi perspeci - ire. it is believed will iature encouragement. . In antbmetic, the principal is determined to pare no pain to support the high character which the recent examination of Iris pupils has Sven rise'to. . The facility with which coroplica - d calculations were performed hy many of hit pupils, in the mind, without any aid to the me mory, nowever ii may nave imprewca wiui iuc idea of M eetting by rote." was the result of fre quent practice alone, and proves that boy may be taurht all the facilities which are commonly the resuitof long practice in counting houses, be fore tney leave school Applications lor uie anmimon oi do vs. win oe received on or after the 1st of Jane, againtt , indebted to the said persons constituting the said I which time iti intended to increase the accom - brm, copartnership or house oi trace, are requi - 1 niodations. myzotm 1 "S.VST!. ?Z ins date the filth day of June. 1810. will be sold ZSnIvT l;b.icauc.ion, at the Tontine Coffee House. omcon.titut.D2 the aald firm, copartnersl. por inHcrtyofN. York, under the direction of the tZZZt derired. hi th. first daV of tubnber.oneof theme.ter.of the aidcourt, on - I.. 7 iu... u. n.. nt n. tli, the 3d day or July next, at 12 o'clock at noon .. T ... . 7 .i 'i..jI nil that certain dw i ...( all that certain resnrctive demands asainst the same. ' the iin day oi may, iait. V - WILLIAM C. MULLIGAN,) " WM. PROCTOR, Truitees ' JOSEPH BATES. ) myta dUlOslawtAI , ' - m u hi k uk a K - n Hah i v M.S'. Matt of Arts York, sr. IN pursuance of a decretal order of the honor 1 bfe the court of chancery of this state, bear - dwelline house and lot of ground situaie, lying ana ueing iniiwciij oi new lorn and which in a certain indenture made the le coad day of February, ia the year of our Ixird one ttwutano eignt Hundred and nine, uciweeu Richard Hartshome, John Titus, William Harts - borne, Thoma Ustick, James Onderdonk, Mary Tiles, wiinam uaticir, Jane liarttboroe and x fHHIS day is published. Pari the Pint of a I Deborah Onderdonk, of the fint part, and Ed J. Year's Rtridtnee en the United Statu ol mnnd Elmendorf, ofthe scond part, is descriled America, by WILLIAM COBBETT; contain bg, a description of the (ace of the Country and an account of the Climate, Seasons and Soil; and mors especially an account of U Anfhor'i mode or cultivating tne tiuia liaga, or tuuia, or iceduA, Tvrrup. Th price of tbi Work, by the tinjrie copy, I as follows, to wit : All that certain dwelling bouse and lot of rround, situate, lyinc nnd beiue in the second ward ofthe cityof New York, and known and distingushed by the number sixty nine William street t which said lot i bounded in front by William street, on the northwest side by the bouse and lot or ground now or formerly the nrooerlv of David Johnton. on the southeast is a dollar, and of fen copies, lis deUart mnd ,,Ae bv the bouse and lot bow or formerly . half. . 1 he books ar deposited with ir. a r - 1 ol feter Bogart ; containing ia breadth in front tMonbaudl, at No. 62, Barclay - street, mew - twenty live leet, in uie rear twenty eight lett ; Ttwlr. hr lha nn ha had. at the above mi. io depth on the south east side twenty one feet. ..lha h .;nu t. I and ob the south twenty sevea leet four and a Mr. Jrrhambaldt hai also some of my RiH - h the1MB? T'lV, ,CIi .t0Slher - ml Tomio Seed, which i. put op la small par - w,Lh M nd VS" hfPe,,. - ent "P - , j L . .v .".Ipurtenances to the same belonging or in any cuuvmcaHvunuiu f "l wise apDerUinins. Dated New York. June 9. - . . - wise appertaining . ; mm M Tnna U . a atllal at An 1 " riNu HIT luwit ttauitm iiaiuuivi wut wa van ,v aturdayt. in th Fly Market. This arrange - ment ha been made in order that l&rtner, from a distance, may oe aoie to get me teea at any i g. .. u t - p time that it suits them to be in the city ; and, as r t A .,,casanl teck ,t no 56 WtU, It is desirable to distribute the seed as widely at rtMt .niubl for a lawyer's office. Posseteioo potnhle, I bav had half pound and fuarter ol ,ediaUly. Apply in the front office, yavna pui up, to iim uio wuTfow w ai - 1 ja on Who Wirt to try in culture on mau piece of land. Th price of at tmmd is B dtliar, and of the smaller quantities u th same proportion. IttlB. P. . IIILDRETH, Master in Chancery. Je 9 dts THE FINE ARTS. AMONGST the present numerous exhibitions A da a .... ir.k.. If any gentlemen, who reside at a distance! (n. v nr IM,i, - nrk. f w a,..t. - . Jrom new - tork, should wuli lor book tt ed, I find his GALLERY OF PAINTINGS, No. 20 tbeir best way will be to apply to torn corrres - Wall - itreet, worthy their atteatioa, and present - poodent at New - York ; because Mr. Arcbam - baudt will, from the nature of hi present bnsi - Bass, Vs ormbW to attend to their orders. It any geaUaman thould be diiposed to writs me , V "atter, their Utter will reach me afely and without delay, if directed to the car Al Ta A - t. . wa rui. ntrvU.IDDaUl mWM HuOt I. WM. COBBETT. i' June 11 Uw2w . ins them at the tmallest expense with the most extensive rratification. Pi. B. via painting repaired and restored to their original lustre, or purchased at tneir utmost value. ray xa u THE bank note of all the bank between this city and Albany, received at our Ex change Office at 3 - 4 per cent discount ; of all the ban la above Albany 1 1 - 4 dwenunt ; ami all Con necticut note at 3 4 per cent discouot. LlVIXQSIV.'r & TRACT, 29 Wall - eL disectly under the Exchange Bank. Jill ! THE subscriber for the better accommodation of merchants and others, ha OBvenieoce u market, fte, is not tnrpaid bv thouirht Panner tn m, . ii ar oo W..K. .low for ca - h, oa a credit, o7e"'chred taSnif6; ""V 10 Jtl,f comfr R perty la this city, roods! fcr. ArmiT.n P 1" he "tend csrryme on the - . ' r J I 1 - D . Z 11 1 - ll. V UK. SEDGWICK. I - - :" - '"6 oica iii ail iia rirKMIS orancnes. y7tf UwBuildlnc. . w continue to carry on the bu - - - - I m s at uie old stand v0. VJtl w.iMiwrt TRAPS. - . I All order left at either place will be Dunctu - rpHE newly invented patent Box Trans - fri IUjr ltended to. - water - street. jc 13 j CALE3 S. EHOWER. WllFATON'S ITCfl OirCTMEKTJ ' i rpilE long and successf ul use of this ointment J. u a sniiicMDi recommeadatipn, a n nw been foend to be a pleasant, tab and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its sta - . A. ft VY. R. Cost, No. 41 William - street I. & T. Cl.rk, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. H. 8chrrelia & Co. No. 193 fcarl - ttreett Lawrence ft Keeae, No. 196 Peari - atreet t Hull 4t Bowne, M resri - ttfeet K.B( Murray, sio Pearl - atreet t J.M. Bradhorst, 314 Pearl - ttreet ; John 1'enford. No. 4 Fletcher - ttreet : Daryee fi roe, ia renrl - ttreet; John C. Momion, loo Greeowich - treet;JohB r. f isher, 106 Broad way t Walters beam an. corael of (Jtiamoer - si. and Broadway, and also in Chatbata - street and in short it may be procured at most of the Drug Stores in this eitv Also in Triladelpbin. of S. Witberell ic Sons i Georee HarreJI .Worth t Ro gers, and almost an the druggists in the principal town m the United state. - LI kk wire. - WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above placet. - . jaa Tt Cm VALUABLE KEML Ea FOR SALE, IN THE CITT OF VKW - IORK. IIVE lot of ground on the west side of Green 1 wich - ttreel, between Vestry and Detbro ses - ttreett. 25 bv 8U. r our do in the rear oi trie erxnre, ironiing on the eatt tide of vasnington - treet, sa ny u. Eight do in the block below, between Wath - ington and Wett - ttreeU. In Montgomery County. 6000 acres of Land in Lawrence' purchase. near East Canada Creek, on the north side of the Mohawk. In Franklin Conntv. 15,162 acres of Land, in (be town of Mount Horns and usyton. . In Essex County. 7832 acrei of Land in the town of Barry more In the County of Lewis. 1250 acres of land ia Caiterland, Chassanit Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 acres in Palmer's purchase. Enquire at the office ofthe subscriber, 34 Ce dar - itreet. BEV. ROBINSON. mh!7tf BERGEN ORPHANS COURT, Of the Term of March, 1318. Catharine Schuyler, ) Administratrix ire. f ol John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute, deceased. THE court order and direct, That Catharine Schuyler administratrix of the roods, chat tels and credits of John A. Schuyler, deceased. rive public notice to ine creditors or the decedent to bring in their claim and demands against the estate ofthe laid decedent, on or before the flnt day of May. in the year of our Lord eigh teen hundred and nineteen, by putting up poticet to that effect in five of the aott public place in the county of Bergeo, for the space of two uiunui, arm aaveniauw ice same lor we nae tpace of time in a newspaper printed and published in the state of New - Jersey, and In a news paper printed and putiiiahedfnthecitycr new York. A true transcript from the record. ap 23 Zm JOHN A. BOYD, Sur'gate. G. SAUNDER'S PATENT RAZOR STROP. You that with to shave with ease, Buy of Sabndbr if you please ; Hi Raxor Strop1, peculiar such. That (harp the Kaxor with a touch. m SAUNDERS retrwctriill - solicits those J . who have not got his Patent Raxor Strop, to lurmsii tnemseive with bis new invented Raxor Strop, and Metallic Composition. No cen tie man who once make trial of one ofthe Strop bow offered, will evertry any others; and sochis weir formation, mat ever so much use will not give the razon that roondnei which render Uie best ot them useless, and which is well known always to follow the application of all those hither to invented. Tho above strops are in general use in New York, and are dUtineuished from all outers. Barriers wno have used them (ay wore ; .1 f i - . - in weir praite man i can mysen. 18 Wall - street Also for sale, Raxors. Soap, and every utea til for Shaving, of the irit quality, with a superior assortment of Perfumery, Hair - Powder, fic. from Smyth's, New Bond street. London. N. B. The most liberal allowance made to dealer. my St OTO LET,. The eleeant 3 story house No. 7 Hud' son - street, which commands a pleasant view of the rark and river, t'otsessioa may be bad In a few days. Also for tale, the furniture of taid bouse. It is ofthe best quality ; well fitted, and suitable to a genteel lamuy. Apply at aoove. my 1 1 ii ELEUA.VT PtANO POMES. TOS. WILSON. 14 Maiden - Lane, hatiuttre - I reived hy the Venus, a targe assortment of excellent nano ones, ratent Mates, I lageo - lets. &c. manufactured expressly for him hy Cle - menti & Co. London. Also, Piano Forte Strings in sets , new music and every article ia the mu sical line ; instruments takea in exchange, and tuners provided. my 29 U MEDICAL AID. T"R. CORN WELL, who is U a member of the Corpora - tioB of Surgeon of London, and who ha had much experience in the line ot bis profession fcr more tone twenty yean, has lately arrived in uus city, and beinx well apprised of the treat rngth of time it generally take to introduce a medical gentleman into practice ia the common reterved way, takes this method to inform the public, that be nai taken ine siiuauon, N0.K8 WATER - STREET, corner of Dover - treet hi door in Dover - street his name on the door hit sign, a Mortar; where he will be found ready to wait on those that pleate to apply for his medical aid, in the different brancliet ot turgery, ana we pracuc of Phvnc rrnerallv. i ; .. . ,i ri j . ai. aim. in an caiei ui injuuirw t. biiu a tain complaint, incident to both sex, in which lie has had rreaL very erest. experience in the cure Of thousands, without one hour detention from business, or chance oi aiei, or a possiDie discovery oy tne most miinnie menu. I r J Jinn in an catri oi cwuaence, uie area. est secrecy will be strictly observed. He has no shopman, or any person in partnership with him. ' N. B. Attendance will be riven to paueott from tun - nse until 9 o'clociun the evening. J8 1m" a 1 TO LEASE OR FOR SALE, irfi That elegant modern built bouse, situate at the corner of Sands and Washinston streets, Brooklyn Its site is thirty - one feet root by fifty feet deep, its rooms so arranged as to combine every convenience hSr a genteel residence. It will be sold with two or more lots of groood, at the option of the purchaser - Terms, one fourth cash, th rest in luch paymeots a will be most convenient to purchaser. Apply on the premises to C. BALL. may 23 If CURLED HAIR MAMJFA CTORY, 76 Chathans - street. r IHIE (nbicriber return hi thank to the JL public for their fonnar patronage in the line of hit profession, and bopet for their futnre rapport. He likewit mform them that he hat oa hand a constant supply of curled hair, manu factartd expressly for matrasses, oa aa improved principle : and likewise roarantset the hair sold by bira to be free from any impure smell, being well scoured, boiled and baked, and being ma nufactured by machinery, bat an advantage over any other hair manufactured in America its very texture and elasticity making it a saving twenty - fir per cent to the purchaser. WILLIAM JACKSON. N. B. Merchant and th trade m general will had it to their advantage to call at above, 30 bale of hair m t reogh state ; 6 bale long borse - tails S000 rh of long hair drawn 30 irtcbdabbaa i 600 daxen bur aiere bottoms, t or sale as above. , my 5 Xm PRIME rJEEF. 200 barrel, for sale by i. ii nnr.i.r. n. a. IUII.JV.', J t 67 Soath itrceL POST COACIt iifD TEAM - BO AT.ijNES, r VU.FOWLK - OOk BI.IXaBXTBTOWS roiiif .. .' Through u Ubb uay.j A NEWLineofPotCoachwitheverycon A. yeniencefor passenger aad baggage on bpnnr. - , , The Pott Coach wtfl start from the Coach of - fvm Kn i c. Auriland.inet. near Broadway, N. York, every morning, (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, by way of Newark, Liixaliethlown. Brunswick, rnnceion, j ronton ana iuui, arrive at rhiladeipiiia tne same nuemwvu, 4 o'clock. .' ... ,". ' A second Line of new Post Coacne wui sian tm iM..Vnrii mnrnins. f Sunday ex cepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atlanta, lodge at Trsnton, and arrive at Vhiladelphia, iii a oteam Boat, nex moruius v. P. S. Passengers arc requested to rail and take their seats at the cilice No. 1 Courtlandt - " New - York. , , , iinitArf rnrfl man ioacn. lur iihihubiwimmi Bnltimore and Washinston City, with every convenience for passenger and baggage, on nriora. The U. 3. mail COacnwill aiartiroui the coach office, No. 1 Courtlandt - t. New - York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arnye at Philadelphia next mortinr at fio'clock. Only o pa - For seats in the above named Line, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Pnarh and Hoat office. NO. 1 COUrt - landt - etieet, near the corner ol Broadway, New - York ; or to A. T.GOODRICH B CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. . rr7 - Allsoods and bareaee at the risk ofthe oWnTr. JOSEPH LYON, SOTS fc CO. N. B. Expresses sent to any part of the Con tinent,by"P THOMAS WHITFIELD. ray 30 - IJ UNION LINE. VOR PHILADELPHIA. Twentv - flve mile land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. i In new post coaches $ Do good ttage 4 50 Do lorecattle or deck passengers, 3 60 Connected by the leam boat olivb branch and rm. - DELrHlA. The iteam - boat Olive R nrh will leave New York every day. Sun dav't excepted, from the north tide of the Bat tery, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. Pattengert will lodgi at Tr - ntnn. nnd take the tteam boat Philadel an a, to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, in time to take the Union liine rtallimnrw alaain boat. Thit line hat a connection with the belt boatt on the Delaware and Chetapeake to Norfolk ; a alto those ofthe North River and Bound t and their teveral arrivals are calculated to cause at - t. ifanv delav. Thit it a tpeedy and certainly the mott conve nient route, at the passengers will leave we w York - after the banks open, and arrive in Pi.ila detphia before the houra of husinets. without fa - ugue in Iramug r won. i - i', riage being much less than by any other route be tween the two cities. For seats in the above line apply to WILLIAM h. J AGUES. At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketfield street, north side of the Battery, be tween Greenwich and Waihington ttreett, or in The CAf i Aim on board q All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, daw In dinner, IOR PHILADELPHIA. fcr Leave New - York eveiv mornins (Sunday's ex cented) at uo'ciocx, nna ar rive in Philadelphia next X.. ... . . 1 11 The pablick house are gooo, ana reasouBnie in their cliaree. l ne anven, norte. nan coui es are not inferior to any others now running be tween these two ci's. The beautiful country, nd the excellence of the roads on this rout, con' nected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expences, are beleived to be (trong inducement to traveller in givwg uisniw a muwu iorer. eace. The (incteet attention win ue onacrveu bv thenraDrietor in rivine central saiisiaction All hanmce and oackaees will so at the risk of . 1 . J . L - the owner unlets insurea ana rectipum iur vj iuc clerk of taid office. Stase fare only $5, with a generous allowance of baeeare. Parties within - to travel at their leiture, may engage the Coach oa reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying ooe day previous to starting. For seats apply at Northern Hotel, Ko. 79 Courllandt - street, New - York. ap2 Proprietors, mm SS3& NO I ICE. For Uie further accommo - datioa ofthe public, Uie de - nrtureortbe rirehy Irom ew - York and Ncwburgb will be in future on the following dajs : Leave New York nn Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave New burgh on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at 8 A. M. The above arrangement will commence by the Firefly leaving New burgh on Sunday, the 24th The Western Stage leavet Newburgh immediately after the arrival ol the Firefly. my NOTICE. (7 - Steam Boat Olive Bbahch will tail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round Staten Itlsnd. and occation - aliy, itlie winJ and tide will permit, to the hook. Thit beautiful tail will contribute both to health and oleature. and ia a cheap a re creation a can be found. Partie who mean to partake of toil amusement will, if convenient, give in their names the day preceding, at the owcein maraeiueiu sireci, uuiuiaiuc uiunun - t6?inner on board, at tlie nsual price. Passage 8s children half price. my 13tf EAtTOB AID BBTBLF.RBM BKW LIBK, VIA ITFW - BRCaswiCB. I OPasieoEer will leave f New - York every Monday T . - - 1 and Friday, at 11 o'clock, Olive Branch ledge at New Bramwick ; leave there earlv next mornins. and arrive at battnn at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Returning, leave Eattoa every Tuesday and Friday, atS o'clock, A. M , lodge at New Brunswick i arrive at New York at 10 o'clock next morning, in the steamboat Olive Branch. The tage connected with this line it a good four - horse stage. Passage from N. Brunswick to Easton, J350 ; from Easton to Bethlehem, 75 cents. For teats ia the above line.anply to WM . B. J AQUES,tat the Philadelphia Union Line Steam - Boat Omce, aorta side of the battery. ROBERT LETSON, Proprietor. Jel3tf MILLINERY, Sc. TOHN VVINTRINGHAM, Milliner. No. 12. tl William - st. rerpectfully informs hi friends aad the merchant! m general, that he bat moved from No. 117 Williaro - ttreet, to the above No. where be CRIMPS Satin, Mutlins, Ribbons, Crapes, fic. at the shortest notice and lowest price. Also, Fancy, Lace, Sattin, aad Crape frimmincs. He has constantly on, split straw, and Leghorn hats, turban, turban (root, colle - rats, ice. .One case tnpertne white chips, just imported and for tale by the dozen or single. fr Store No. 1 1 7 William - street to let, and 4 a number or glass cases for sale. J8 1m 1X7 ANTED a white woman to do kitchen V work, and a white cirl frr 14 ;to 161 years of age, to do the upper work of a tmall THE SOVfD STEJM BOAT - LfJfR? - . 'The - proprietor, with a view of accommodating the ' tpohlic, by extending the line ato Norwich, intend makinz Uie experimeol with the r ulton, Uapt. law, and this route (if found practicable) will be continued duriu the aeason. 9 .. .... . a i - r v t. . - ine line win in iitture re irom hcw - m w Norwich, as follow : The Connecticut, Cept. Bunker, will leave New - Kerk every Mtnday, E. C. St. John, Mount Tleasant, L. Si R. Manning, Chenango, Luther Gere, Ithica, Samuel Greenliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laniing, mh 14 d6m lProprie - tor. AVRTH RIVER STEAM - BOA TH. fttrOn th Uth of May, the Boat will commence running four time a week, fam fAJ lMtrai A Boat will leas'! New - York on Tuesday, at 9 A. Alt Wednesday, at 5 P. M. ; Friday, at 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 5 P. M. of each week ; and a boat will leave Albany oa Monday, Wed nesday, 1 nursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M. The above arrangement will commence by the Chancellor' leaving Albany on Monday, the 1 1th May. at V A. M. and the Richmond leaving New York on Tuesday, Hie 12th at 9 A.M. The Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday, Thurtday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New - burch. and returnton ftlonoav. Wednesday ana Friday, at 8 A.M. ray 2 JJA - A'Ai AXil UIUuL'S PILLS. perilous Urv, and prevent its morbid secretion! ; to restore and amend the appetite : to produce a free perspiration, and thereby prevent coldt hich are often of fatal conseow - nce. A dose never fail to remove a cold, if taken on it fir it appearance. They are an infallible preventive of Biliout and Malignant Fever, and should be procured for use, by every seaman and traveller. Prepared and (old at LEE'S Medicine Store. No. 40 Maiden Lane. Druggist and country store Keepers supplied oa nnerai term. my Io t I TO LET. Vt. - A dry Cellar, under the houe No. 29 1'iuc - street. Enquire or AIK. HMtUKt, my 11 tf 134 Pearl - ttreet. mii'u'i'uv a' i. Ium.:. nets, .ft it the only brewery ia the country. This property will be roKl cheap. Terms !! - raU title good. For fanhcr rarticulart apply to M. MULDEN, No. 78 - Maided - lane, New - York ; or J. NIXON, Jr. near the premises. June 13 tf A acTXI paJi fc.o lew to ,ani uith . V aW X. .laai LMjl W H nan7r - S llld I aa..J. ari DOCTOR HOR.TE, formerls Cttodt cs - LoSdoB.Mf and surrerv there, deems it WZ? ty to repeat eosM oMewatioM e tie ubitn of MERCURYT a raxh, ladiscriarinate, aad untoaC Bed use tBtreot, has bcea prodae. 3i w uuiuw macniei. . Jia. morning, tor New - H.v. The Fulton. Lant c TheriS S Law, will leave JVkrmfet at 6 o'clock in the tal resu'U chieTOow" Avhata i' morning of the same days, touch at Cty - Undo. t a joung man, the hone of his ctmlr .'f and depart from thence for ew - Jawn at a the darlmr l(M?lJlulC?!7' f o'clock. The boat wiU meet at Ac - aren, I wov irom all the Droanecta arrl r.ZTTT? , . and Hennrt from thence every Monday. TFraW - h - tSLW5?! J" T day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening tin I'nnnM - limt for Jvw. York, and the Fulton foi MM and rich. mh 17 MSTrJLV ?! P" CTL 1M Uf)lT IV A I I'll I 114 llirmfi BOW iwfm - fls - kcavK. ..4 . n a A AL.nk.tA Wtl . v w m imvwi i : , , V " "JJ mut WCII UH r The .teem boat NAUTI - J - TwrliiSh LUSwill hereatter run at M.,J "',,V6t' d recommended ti follow, except on Sun - H ' f?.? ?f c,tJ) Pon iday. ' . LXAVK XW - TOHK, At 5 o'clock ia the forenoon, 8 do do 11 do do 2 o'clock in the afternoon. 5 do do T.KAVC BTATEN ISI.ARD, At 1 - 2 patt 8 in the fufenoon, 12 past 9 do 1 - 2 past 1 2 in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 2 past 6 do 0H BPVDAya LEAVK KKW - lORa1, At 6 o'clock in the morning, 10 do do 1 o'clock in the afternoon, 4 do do tiKAVF tTATEK ISLAND,. At 8 o'clock io the forenoon, 1 - 2 patt 1 1 o'clock do 1 - 2 patt 2 o'clock in the afternoon, 7 o'clock do were carious, and hi fleih dropping fra the . hi friend, declared he rould nrt poL'Ki 1 1 wo month longer. Thoiwuid. cxpe, fnmat know with what tetw and tyDr. ILeradj! eate tiie severest cases, and conuVrn the cat tnUoa. The Doctor' plan (adverbtinel iTa cctsary to guard the public againtt toetiul. II mercury, and other fatal delusion, Irld fwia!J!., uanBB contracted a ori. vate disorder, or utnet:tine Intmt n. K. ladmohiiliednot to tamper with tl.eir conltit.! wuu, ui wuictu uiv uiauruer, mi pen RCuTt. Irv ; otberthavius the remains of a n'd " or oUier hnpuritie ofthe blood, Mwellasota. vumj..aiiu. u. n UCI,.IH DSlUre, IB citMr sex, should remember posterity, and do to their consciences by making arpiicntioa to Dr. II. at bis old and reiDechli an - iC litliment, No. 64 Water - street, four bouses (J of Old - !ip, to obtain that prompt auirtanct a - unx laiiu.aitu w Tcaiaiacjoturt. And Wa let me claim your serion attentin.Illa, a uperlicial cur U no core at all i uolest the i lAUyl a at V"aliail)wy s,.v ' It . . - PatiencentotheNarrowt and Bath wiU. tor fe"..!?? f Uinly htt. n, i. - ... e. ....... ; - i uie uiiotuor urea out BKBtn wiin radnaKLi in i& 5 o'clock boat, and. be c.Med for about half SSl? VJ tep. then will ' " natt 5 o'clock in the evening. The I fare to Staten l. "?' P? y ottcn meet Island will be cent., antTto Bath and th. Nar - X1 b inl rowt, 60 crntt. Children half price. r " "h Jl c. j axe warnjn - , The NAUTILUS it a new boat of great tpeed 1 c.c'; etJ character for . ,Ua,a, in fine order, with good accommodation! i and it m U'Lfj aiilin. t! 'Mwa propelled on the ifiving.ton and Fulton plan. - l?"" V On account ofthe pleasantness of her tour, Die advantage, of Sea liathing at the places she vit - f hawrig co.j ita. the variety and beauty of the prospect, they MilTJi trtilt, to ""i" airord,tbecl,eapaessofuie fare, and the exc.r. fa!JrmMjcA lence ofthe rclreshments nnd accommodation. most decided advantage, ua on board, excursions in the Nautilu for pleasure eradicated In t . Kk. l or basinets, will be found expeditious, agreeable ,d 1 ,nln - i - andbeaHhful. A the it fitted for the tranipor - J 1??" V nftKMii!f7 tation of Horse and Carriages, and the wharve. " , " biUtw i (ike, rt nd float at New - York, btaten ,. - isiand BBdtir'a" - r - "'. - . - .. - , n yiamiiijr vi .'li.v c. tut? f'luril - J and fn JU " ft ,."," "i 17 Horse - Boat Ferry at the Biasing Star, prepared ..lft., L for safe and commodious embarling ami landing !J?S 't?,??? till half travellers ia the i oat unaites, or tn private carriages between New - York aod Philadelphia, Trenton, Princeton, New - Brunswick, or VVood - bridse, will find the route by the Nautilus and the Turnpikes across Staten - ltland to New, Brunswick, the shortest, cheapeit and mott pleasant that can rte selected. JOHN DEFOREST. Captain. Staten - Iiland, 27th May, 1818. my 29 Im " NX.WBBB.OM and IA AaPAIliU A l AlL - rAUK' rnaxB time a wkkk. T EAV F.S Newburch eve - Li ry Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday mornings, at three o'clock, runt through Montgomery, Bloomingburgh, Monticello, by white ake. Coshecton. Mount f leasnnt. ureal Bend, Chenango romt, Owega, Itbica, and Ge neva, tolanandaiEua. Ret urnintr leave Canandairnia every Mon. day, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three j o'clock, and arrives at INewburgri, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - York the following morning. (rjj may be txpecltd that at all tunti taken the tttam - bouli alter their dag of running, that Ihu fine iruf alter to - at to meet them. obtervatiPB. Open past W in the smirw. All person concerned are invited to b free a calling, and tpeaking with Dr. II. which it Irti or cost, And here the Doctor cannot avoid U expression of gratitude for innumerable reran. mendataoDS, and for the decided preference (it a presumed wnnjusi cause j long given maa ijji ludicinus public. n.u. Ail letters must oe post tjaid. - , Dr. Buchanan. , - Aug 27 iv AtilHEH HUACKAKY JiOR. IMtOtil - ilLWY. DR; EVANS' superist mrtliod of curing a cer - tatnDiieare, imowunivsr - tally acknowk - dsed ia this city j his mod oftreotmeirt is perfectly mild, tale, rr - peditious. and his cbargra reason a Die. in every u suae he warrant actra, and will return the pay if h ooe not poriorm agrai toctmtract. .'i.. .irif Ul aerrarw aTwava iJumhJ. lliere are many persons in this city and its Vi cinity, laboring under various chronic diteajajj such a cancers, old inveterate tdcera. cmfaa j The whole route will be perfomed in three or kings evil, fistulas, disvaae of tho ureOn dav. from the first of Mav. until the first of bladder and kidnie, ofd complicated compluB Kovemherand from the firat of November of a certain nature, luiious and other obttit until the fifteenth of December, and from the - . JLT.S fifteenth of March until the first four days and from Uie 15th December, til the titteentii ol Alarcfi tne same line wiu oe hn ilali aryflFl of May, in '"".' L ' ZHvv a hns. M7db,iMS - ' 1.1 9. Peck - lip, having practised ia exidaa in Europe 12 year, ander sons of tu continued to the city of New - York and run! fint Surgeon nnd Phyticiant in the world, ia from thence to Canandaigua in tour dai. . made those opsunate aiseae nis constaat tray Pansemrera travellinrr from New - York to for 30 year. Oct K Canandaiinia. Nianra or RutTklo, can leave N York in the eveniwr steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three day a distance of three hundred mile. The Uie is well furnished with good, new carriag - ei ; good horse, and careful and experienced driver fcvery attcn tion will be paid to render trie fXT The subscriber baving recently retunWi traveiieraaie, easy ana expeaiuous j una n i .. . , v,i ,.w - , 1 . .. . 1 .1. I Bll O! VltlV - SCSB D ttl UIjUi UB MKBEBS UIW ncuevea w ine accommoaauon or. u.....e UmformiIU, u j. ublk. m& arecqua ip anyime inineauie.; Uose who so nnfortnnat. to r ln4 ill iaiuv iram i.tiruuiii wviiu4iSu. , . . . Ik V. ,ltlK.l .. . In . n&t IVa 77 K.M ft.lM.f Nm.VaA N. B. A branch of the same line run three "'.. 1 J, piinvr l r i.l ... I ll. - - I - times a wcca irom mutca id Auuum. au, line run from Oaego Tioga PoinU tlience through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, kc. . BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk ofthe owner. David Godfrey, Bloomingburgh, JVE1V MtESSMO ROOM. FRIJMENTO. Mo. 1 Wall - street.Jst M ZY. turned from Italv. has the honour to inforf tne gentlemen, that be cuts and arewes nnyj the latest style, and in a manner so as to add it In Ilia nhiatmrnninv. Ha lint for tale B Cnaa'1 ty of RAZORS ofthe first quality, if they d not please on trial, the purchaser are at liber to return them, and receive tee money, n likewise procured a very line bone, andenrsf' to restore rarort to a very kotn edge and sLc thtv not cut he will receive no reramoeac.' Those geotlemen who may pleate to - honor bJ wilh tlieir patronage, may depend oa the at nftdirn ,r ilin rplnmiHI nnn.1l. a Frumento has iuat received a few Belts o4 t( celebrated Alaniruim I else Hack ruxora, w.i WHICH have keen attended with a degree ranted of Damascus steel of a superior quah'j of success hiehlv srateful to tire invent - Amatrura mav shave tliemtelves luxuriously or's feelings, iu several parts of the West Indies, W. It. Gentlemen who subscribe by the Cjua and the Southern and Middle btates, particular - ter will have UiCir raxor, AC kept exuuinq ly in Aew lork, rniiadeiphia, tfaitimore, at. ror tlierntelres. . I Tha inn nf ihvmm ntlla aM narfarlla I P Q A a,nA tAnmtMnii' wanffil. APT so as to be used by person in every situation above. mh 6 tt - - i ann oi erery age. They are excellently adapted to carry of u. mty fi7 WOMEN. ACOa1 abOtVOf iu Rearer fH fresh fro Ibenj iifartoiV. suit hie forth out era market, nnrked t ahortest ' MM jIwiio 160Broo WOMEN, or Povr tt Contrt, a tals bjf x. tnrln, aatlior of Bertram, Mile; Jj ery Si Malt Houe coonectsd, is the city The Fatal Revenge, &c. fic. 2 vols. P ' oi nuaton. ine puiiuingv are stone, nna par - received and lor raie as un mine, . ticularly well calculated for the barbers. It it Library, No. 2C5 Broadway, Pri,0iI f 1 ailnatail in tha mltkf nf a harlav rnuntrv. Hfldl.Aiim - f - j . , i.wv. bat many other advantages. It ucertaiuly an object for thot - wishing to Dga;e in th nun NEW - YORKi J Ait. tr A - r ri r, xu SMS COi No. 49 Vii.LiAM - .TatT irro H .kASk Corrait - Hoct. iaiij, ii - jnj i uill 0UM.C. Jt9 y

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