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INSOLVENTS, ADVERTISING FOR THE BENEFIT OFTBEACT IN TIIIS STATE. oix rx t AliatAop, t 1 erneiAi t Arxsu - K - Ymr Before RtcKtrd Riktr. Recorder. William S.JioUJikiss & trtepbea Uotchki, July 14 - ; , Isaac Treat, July 34. - t - nraiaa trr. and Thorn kl Morton. Attr. V . Am TM'lorwid Thome A. Goddard, July 18 V Peter Townsend, Aug. 5 Fri.kliu Greene & Samuel W. Greene, Aug 1 . William Baker, July 11 Thomas Silk worth, and John Le Rot, Jsly 1 1 ' Jump Huntington. An? 8 c . Franxlin Green, tod, S - iuuel W. Green, Aug; 1 Andrew Bacr.e, "sny 14 Alfred P. Edwards, July 14 J cm VaavSkkua, JenezT' '" Eira Belden, Jaly it Richard CiSdereleve, Jut 30 , 1 ftobertNkhote, Jly3, ; t. Aeguste - Baton Jun 30 - - Albany ttrunty - .Beore Philip S. Parker, Re eorder, in Albany. John G. Wheekjck. July 34 ' , Ishmael I Wilson, Jly 17 Henry 1 Ottioo, Jly 10 . , . Giles Kellogg, Aug o" , ' a, Barent Spoor, Jum 26 " ' Kunel P. Co, Jely 3 ' ' ' Before tt Howe, Esq. John Thompson, July 28 ' Maditon cvunty Before Peter Smith, first judge i . in Peterboro. Adam Borer, July 25 - William, bpeucer, Aug. 15 . . Lockeie Uirry, June 27 . Cbnrit Adam, Jery 25 s William Pease, June S7 Richard G. Imesoo, July 13 Later H. Harrington, June 2? John Ptwlps, July 4 - Simeon Soefbwick, July 4 ' . Easha Calkins, June 27 ' Oliver Barker, June 27 ' Otsego County Before JottpK White, first . JtUUemlhetottn of Cherry Valley. Soencer Esmond. July 25 Ciry of Troy Before William Mares, Esq Samuel D. Phillip, July 30 Jnebea L. Robbiut, July 11 . Jacob Couse, June X? , J ore oh Chamberlin. Jane 33 Otwndaga County Before Joshua Fomanfirtl Judge tn Onondaga. Nichols Millertnan, July 14 Jesse Johnson, July 14 William Hutchinson, Aug 14 Walter Lee, July 8 , - Michael B. Hutchins,' Aof. 4 Jeie Johnson, and Peter Uygert, July 3 Ezekiel Chanman. Julv 38 Chester Ballard, and Nathan St John, July 10 n athmglun Co unty B if are A nlhtmy 1. Blanch ard, in Salem. I Simeon Crandall, July SO John M. Bliven, and David L. Fowls, July 8 Before II. CV Martindale. Joseph Wick, Aug 15 Gtneuet county Before John II. Jones, fin Judge, .. Ltitatcr. Stephen Moon, July 24 Bissel Sberwin, Aug 10 . fiith Cook, Julf I Jacob Van Galder, jun. July 1 James Cranitoo, July Leuioa Copley, June 34 Saratoga county Before Salmon CltilJ, first Judge, in Greenfield. William Smith, July 3i Abraham l)u;an. and John Scott, July 30 James Partridge, and John Scott. July 13 Hudson Lity b'f ore J. D.Moncll. Zira Trowbridge, July 34 Charles G. IriiE, Aug IS John Hunt, Aug 6 Titus H. Crandel, July 3 David Color, July 18 Columbia County before JtAin I. Miller, r(. Peter Yager. Aug 3 Peter Jacobie, July 6 ' UenryP. Groat, July 18 Ctunangocuun'y - Before Obaiiah German, Esq. tnAortnrft. Arthur N. Detenu, Sept 3 Asa Msv, July SO John Hoakin, July 11 John W. Trass, June 33 Nicholas Kins June 33 Mm'gomery county Before Alexander Sheldon, vtijuage in xnaritsiun. Amaia Dudley. June 37 Steuben county - Before Thrmai M'Bumey, Jirtt Jvdgc,tnPatnlct - rosl. Fenn Robinson, July 11 . David Chuc, Aug. 8 ' Walter Dickinson. Jane 39 Oneida county Before Morris S. Miller. William Porter, Jane 37 Robert Dyer, July 35 J in tin Cooky, jun. July 11 Before Sfalhan Williams. Nathaniel Kent, July 1U Orange county B 'fore JfnthanH. llTkUe, Esq. At Goshen. James M. Manes, Aug 1 Lbeoeier S.M'Gwrah, Aug 1 Jacob A. Tryon, Aug 1 Thomas Kdiall, Au 3 James Walker, Aug I Joel Wheeler, un. July 25 Ryiiear Qjackenousk, July 3 Anauina tVbite, and Peter A. Millrpaugh Jnnii 90 Xdioharie County, before Wm. Beekmnn, Esq at Sharon. Joseph M'Dajiiel, July 18 Jefferson County...Befort IT. D. Ford. Nathaniel Whitney, Aug 1 John Young, July 27 I'arriDgton Wood, July 28 Samuel Case. July 1 Solomon Rich, July 19 Before W. Robinson, Esq. Woodari edsuey, July o Dutches County Before James Emott, Esq. Henry Pctlit, Jaly 1 Robert Dyer, June 39 Joseph Ogdeo, Jaly 15 Warren County before Wm. Rcbardi. Milton BbtUick, July 18 Suffolk Countybefore T. Strong, Esq Phioeaa Whitsoo, June 30 Sulliran County, before William A. Thompson, tJq. at Jtnomoson. Benjamin Ruasey, Aug 28 Rumrer Edwards. Jul S7 Seise K. Bower, and John Marshall, Aug. 31 Franklin County, before Alton. Van, tsq Robert Cooper, Aug 10 ' Chuano Cmuitv. before Judge JfirJutlas. Henry Lis worth, and Junes Elsworlh July 7 Before JV. '. llowell, Esc. at Canandaigua. Asubel A. Hard. July VI Jamea Stoddard. July 31 - Jesse Peoneld, June 27 Perry Kit fell, July 21 Caleb Harrinstoo. Jum 24 Clinton County, before Pliny Moore, Esq. Pliny M. Rogers, An;. 11 Dul Peters, June 89 Befmtli.lJ. Walxcouth, Esq. Marrtu Heading, July 31 CWyt'?n County, bifire Judge Miller. Diocew m Vl'Reniie, July 7 Kirhard llenoct, uiirI Kichard Shinier, Jua iO Jatrd Wtrki, JoWS Uii hk'd Ctrnet, June 23 TuB' - tl.y Mcihw, July 14 Cnrtlandl County, befure Judge Ketp. William Mortuo. July 2'J , Jiiaeph Broih, July 6. Oswego Ctnmty, b'fore Judge Xoonty. Isaac Cituikins, June 23 Uls'iT Count j, before judge Elmendorf. Joseph t .ad, July II Zacbariah Decker, Jniy 1 b.fure jlbrokan U ffnwn, Esq. Zbeteiti bthckland, juu. July 7 A'iagara, before judge WiUtenien, William A. Russell, Jnly 11 Lott f attersoc, Jaly 10 ;Bforej:W.JuyuUon,Etq, Ail P. Harris July 6 ChaUftcrounfi, before Zulu Cashing, Esq. Julia k mv. An?. '2a I Joseph IT. Akin, July 15 . ' Nathan Cass, J no U f . Queesu County, before Cory Dunn. Richardsoa Reynolds. June 15 ' . " Lou - is County before Silas Stow. - Jared Topping, July S8 Isaac M'Crwa. July 8 - " Richard Bd way, June 27 Benjamin llirh, Jaly 9 ' 'r Kings county, before Wm. Forman, Esq. JohnScboonmaker, July 6 . Uerhmer County, before Xullta Smith. . Abraham Snyder, Jane 37 Broome County, b'fore judge Drake. William Cooper, Aag 15 Asa Smith, July 30 . ; - , 5. Lawrence County, before Judge Ford. Amos Uaderwood, Sept. 14 v' Joha Thocaaa, Aug 8 Lsekiel Kimball, Aug. 15 Putnam Before H. Garrison, Esq. Peter Beyen, July IT ' Rensselaer county, before Judge Masters. Henry A. Lake, Aug IS - WilUarn Forkv a. JuHr 25 Cautaraugus Before Timothy U. Porter, Esf Looch Marsh, gepl 14 Schenectady, before G. Cleveland. James Sward, Aug 25 MAHOGANY SOFAS, CHAIR AND CABINET FURNITURE, Mo. 49 BEEKMAX STREET. " 'pHE subscriber begs leave to return his sin - X cent thanks to thoaa ladies and gentlemen who have been kind enonsh to honor him with their commands, and to inibrm them, and the ad mirers of handsome furniture in gi neral, that he has oa hand some very elegant sofas, chairs, card, Pembroke and extending patent dining ta bles, grand sideboard, Inlaid witli bigh polnhed ornamental brass - work and rose - wood, card ta bles to match, Grecian couches, tons, chaise lounge, mane stools, cbairt. Ate. Alro, a U hrary step chair, the utility of which be purlieu arty recommends. aii lurniiure warranted oi tne nest quality ana warKmaasbjp, and ol tbe newest European fash' inna. Orden riecuted to any part of the union to any drawing, on the most reasonable terms and piiuctualitv forcaih. ladies or gentlemen having fancy woods, may have them manufactured to any article they wish, oy applying as above, my 30 2m A. M. HAYWOOD, VIi SALIC, A honse aad farm on Throe's Neck, in the town and count? of Westchester, fourtten miles from New - York. The farm contains a - bout one hundred acres of excellent land in good fence a large barn and other convenient outbuildings, a good house two stories high, with (our rooms on each floor, elegantly situated on tbe banks of the East River ; the 'situation uncommonly healthy ; the neighbourhood the most respectable ; aDuoaance ol iruii ol tne Deit selection ; Male aod shell flb in grett variety taken before the nouse. For further information apply to the subscriber on the premises. myl2ra STEPHEN B. HOFFMAN. CITY COMMERCIAL SCHOOL, i 3 KOOSKVKLT - lrREKT, BY ISAAC F. BRAGG. Late teacher of pentunuship in the Adelphi schonL ffflHE apartments in this eit&blif hment are fit - JL ted up with a superior degree of neatness. The Youns Ladies' Room, completely distinct from theotiiers, it is believed will not merely be found commodious but comfortable and elegant. A Drawinx Matter, of eminent qualifications. (recently from London.) is encored to eive in struction iu that branch twice in the week. His elegant collection of specimens, in rare dowers, velvet paintings, landscapes, 4c. will gladly be exhibited to such as may le pleased to call. The terms will be very niodeiate, and the ex - ertioui to render landscape drawing, lie. interesting, by the preparation of views expressly fur the school, and occasional practice from Mature, wiui clear illustration or the rules or perspective, it is believed will inture encouragement. in arithmetic, the puncipalis determined to spare ho pains to support the liiirh character which the recent examination of his pupils has siven rise lo. The facility with which complica ted circulation were performed by many of hi pupils, in the mind, without any aid to the me mory, however it may have impreesed vvitu the idea of" retting by rote," was the result of fre auent practice alone, and prove that boys may I taught all the facilities which are commonly Uie reiultol long practice in counting oouset, re fore tliev leave school. Applications for the admission of boys, will be received on or after the 1st of June, against which time it is intended to increase the acconi modations. my 86 lm State of Jfeio York, is. IN pursuance of a decretal order of the honorable the court of chancery of this state, bear ing date the fifth day of June, 1818, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine CotTre House, in the city of N. York, under tbe direction of the subscriber, one of Uie masters of the saidcourt, on the 3J day of July next, at 12 o clocu at noon, all that certain dwelling house and lot of ground situate, lying and being in the city of New York, and wmcn in a certain indenture maue tne second day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand right hundred and nine, betweei. Richard Hartshorne. John Titus, William Harts home, Thomas Ustick, JameiOnderdur.k, Mai) litus, William usticir, Jane riartshorne and Deborah Ouderdonk, of the fint part, ami Ed mund Elmendorf, of the scoud part, is described as follows, to wit : All that certain dwelling house and lot of ground, situate, ly ii g and being in Uie second ward of the city of New York, and known and distingushed by the number s'xtv nine William street ; which said lot is bounded in front by William street, ou the northwest side by the house and lot of ground now or formerly Uie property of David Johnson, on tbe southeast side by Uie house and lot now or formerly of Peter Bogart ; containing in breadth in (rout twenty five feet, in tbe rear twenty eight feet ; in depin on me suum cast sine twenty one feci, and on the south twenty seven ieet fW and a half inches, be Uie same more or less; together with all and singular the hereditaments and ap Durtenancet to the same belonging or in any wise appertaining. Dated New York, June 9, lb l. P. G. K.LDRETH, Master in Chancery Je 9 dt dSn. i O LfcT. kinS A rleasant back room, at no. 56 Wall - street, suitable fur a lawyer's office. Possession immediately. Apply in Uie front omce. Je4 THE FINK ARTS. AMONGST the presen' numerous exhibition of this city, M. PAFF Hatters himself that tbe lover of genuine work of old masters, will find his GALLERY OF PAINTINGS, No. 30 Wall - street, worthy their attention, and present ing them at the smallest expense with Uie most extensive craUncatioo. W. B. Old painting repaired and restored to Uietr original lustre, or purchased at tneir utmost value. my ib ii T I! HE banknotes of all the bank between this city and Albany, received at our Ex chance Office at 3 - 4 per cent discount ; of all th bauks above Albany I 1 - 4 .list - aunt ; and all Con necUcut note at 3 4 per cent Uiscount. . LirWGSTOJf ft TRACT, 39 Wall - L directly under the Exchange Bank, Jell Jw THE subscriber tor tbe better accommodation of merchants and others, lias thought proper to open a shop No. 99 Wash ington - atreet, next door to tne corner ot ucc tor - tUeet, where he intends carrying on the Plumbing Btidtnesa m all it variou brxnche N. B. He stiJ continue to carry on the bu sines at the old stand No. 342 Water - etreet All orders left at either place will be punctu any attended to. jel2 2w CALEB S. BBOWER. A ?iirDLE.AC:ri vot4. ARFJi'PLOTABLE middle - aged woman, of Umetir hsbib. with eroJ rcmnien la tinos, uho could malre herself useful iu a family m cnaiye ti eru'..lren, sewing aad attend - j me to the chamber, may hear of a steady place1 ses to Uie G. CI to use in WHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long aad successful dm of this ointment is a sufficient recommendation, as it has been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its stares. It is for sale in the city of New York, by J. A. ft W. IU Post, No. 41 William - etrettj L ft T. Clark, No. M Maidea - Laa ; H. Jl. Schiefftlin ft Co. No. 193 Peart - street: Lawrence ft Keest, No. 195 Pearl - street Hull A Bowne, 146 Pearl - street ; R. ft L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street; J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - street ; Jotia Peoford, No. 4 Fletcher - street t Duryee ft Poe, in Pearl - street John C Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street i John P. fisher, 106V Broadway! Walter ft Seaman, comet of Chamber - stand Broadway, and also ia Chatham - street asd in short it may m procured at most of the Drug Stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of e. Withered k Sons I Georee Harrell. North ft Ro len, aad almost al) the druggists ia the priucipal towns in me uonea oiaies. . tiaawtai, WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be bad at the above places - - : jan 32 6m VALUABLE RtiVI. LS r . tOU SALE, I If TBS CITY Or WXW - TORK. Ir'lVE lots of ground on the west aidu of Green - . wicb - ttreet, between Vestry and Detbrot - streets, 25 by SO. Four do in the rear of the above, fronting on tbe. east side of Washington - street, 25 by 80. Light do in the block below, betweea Washington and West - streeti. In Montgomery County. 6000 acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near East Canada Creek, on the north side of the Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15,162 acres of Land, ia the towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. In Essex County. 7832 acres of Land in the town of Barry more. In the County of Lewis. 1350 acres of land in Casterland, Cbauanit Purchase. - . In Saratoga County. 2600 acres in Palmers purt hase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber, 34 Cedar - street. BEV. ROBINS0V. mhl7tf BLKGEN OKPilANb CoUHT, Of Uie Term of March, 1818. Catharine Schnyler, Administratrix, 4c. I ot John A. Sihuyler Rule, under Statute, deceased. V 'HHE court order and direct, That Catharine J. Schuyler administratrix of the goods, chattel and credit of John A. Schuyler, deceased, give public notice to the creditor of the decedent to bring in theirclaims and demands ngainat the estate of Uie said decedent, oa or before the first day of May, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and nineteen, by putting un notices that effect in five of Uie mutt public places in county of Bergen, for the space of two months, and advertising the same for the like space of time in a newspaper printed and published in the state of New - Jersey, and in a newspaper printed and published in the city of New - York. A true transcript from Uie record, up 28 2m . JOHN A. BO YD, Sur'gatf . SAUNDLK'S PATENT RAZOR 51 RUP. You that wish to share with ease, Hoy of Saurders if you please His Razor Strop's, peculiar such, That sharps the Razor with a touch. SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those T. who hnve uot got his Patent Rexor Strop, furnish themselves with his new invented Razor Strop, and Metallic Composition. No gen Ueman who once makes trial of one of the Strops now offered, will ever try any others ; and such is their formation, that ever to much use will not give the razors thut roundness which rendtri the best of them useless, and which is well known al ways to follow the application of all those hitherto invented. The above strops are in general in New York, aod are distinguished from all others. Barbers who have etd them iav more their praise Uian I cau myself. 1 Qinv - nroo 13 Wall - street. Also for sale, Razors, Soap, and every utensil for Shaving, ol the first quality, with a superior Maoitincot of Perfumery, Hair - Powder, &c, from Smyth's, New Bond strrrt, Loudon. N. It. The most liberal allowance made to dealers. my 22 TO LET, The elegant 3 story house No. 7 Hud son - street, which command a pleasant view of the i ara aod river, rossession may be bad in a few days. Also for sale, the furniture of said house. It is of the best quality ; well fitted, and suitable to a genteel laiiaiy. Apply a above. my II tt ELEUAMT PIANO b ORTES. JOS. WILSON, 14 Maiden - Lane, ha juit received by the Venus, a large assortment of excellent riano t ortes, 1'ateut flutes, tlageo lets, sc. manufactured expressly for him by de menti & Co. London. Also, Piano Forte Strings in sets , new music, and every article in the musical line ; instruments taken in exchange, and tuners provided. my 29 tf MEDICAL AID CORN WELL, who is member of the Corpora lion of Surgeons of London, and no has bad much experience in Uie line or hi profession f more than twenty yean, bai lately arrived in this city, and I eing well apprised of Uie treat crelh cf time it generally takes to introduce a medical gectlemau into practice in the common rest rvetl way, laaesims mcinoa 10 iniorm uie public, that he has taken the situation. No. 278 WATER - STREET. corner of Dover - street his door iu Dover - street hi name on Uie door his sign, a Mortar where be will be found ready to wait oa those that please to apply i'r his medical aid, in the different branches of surgery, and the practice of Physic generally. As. also, in ail cnies oi impoiency, a no a cer tain complaint, incident to both sex, in which he has had great, very great, esperienre in the cure of thousands, without one hour detention from business, or change el met, or a possible diM - overy ny tue moit intimate inena. frr - And in an cases oi commence, uie great evt secrecy will be stiirtly observed. He has ou shopman, or any person in partnership with him. N. B. Attendance will be give to patients rrom sun - rue uutil a o'cioce ia tne evening, Jell lm TO LEASE OR FOR SALE, That elegant modern built house, situate al Uie corner of Sands and Washington streets, Brooklyn Its size is thirty - one feet front by fifty feet deep, its rooms so arranged as to combine every convenience for a genteel residence. It will be sold with two or more lots of ground, at tbe option of the purchaser. Terms, one fourth cash, the rest in such payments as will be most couverueut to yurcbaser. Apply oa tbe pre mise to C BALL, may 23 tf CURLED HAIR MAAVtAC'lVRY, 76 Chatham - street. THE subscriber returns his thank to the public for their former patronage ia the line of hi profession, and hope for their future support. He likewise informs them that he has on hand a constant supply of curlad hair, manu factured expressly for matrasses, on an improved principle ; aod likewise guarantee the biir sold by him to be free from any impure tmeU, being well scoured, boikd and baked, and being ma nufactured by machinery, has an advantage ever any other hair manufactured ia America its very texture and elasticity making it a saving of twenty - five per cent to Uie purchaser. WILLIAM JACKSON. Tf. B. Merriianb and the trade in general will find it to their advantage to call a abeve. 30 bale of hair in it rough state 5 6 bale Img horse - tan ; 2000 lbs of Ion; hair drawn 30 inches dubbed ; 600 dozen hair sieve bottom. For sal as above. my 5 - 2a PRLMB BEEF. barrels, for tale CAMBRELENG ft PEARSON. Je 9 . 67 South street. - in i - tJ5TOK LINE. FOR PHILADELPHIA. Twentv - flve miles land carriage, via New - Brunswick aad Trenton. ... In neir pott coaches . $j D good str get 4 50 Do lorecastle or deck passengers, 3 60 Connected by the steam boats olivs uavck and mLDKLrm.. jne ateam ooai ut Branch will leave Kew xorx every oay, cun - Hav's eiceited. from the north side of the Bat tery, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. Passengers will lodge at Trenton, and take tbe steamboat Philadelphia, to ai to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, in time to take the Union Line Baltimore steam ooata. Thia tin has a r.onnectipB with the best boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; as also those of the North River and Sound i and their several arrival are calculated to cause lit tle, if any delay. l itis is a speedy and certainly the most convenient route, as the passengers will leave New - YorK a'ter tne nanus open, ana arrive id i una - delphia before the hours of business, without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the land carriage being much less than by any other route be tween the two Cities. For seats in the above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAOUE3. At the Union Line Steam Bont Office, in Mar - ketfleld street, north side or the Battery, De - tween Greenwich and Washington streets, er to Tbe CAPTAIN on board. fj5r All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. P For tle further accommo - ntion of the public, the de - artureofthe Firffly from ew - York and Newburgh ill be in lulure on Uie following days : Leave New lorli on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. Leave Newburgh on ursday, r nday una cunuay at a a. m. The above arraneement willcommeuce hy the Finny leaving Newburgh on Sunday, the 24th May - ..... The Western Staee leave Newhureh imme diately after the arrival ol Uie Firtily . mv x . NOTICE. CCr Steam Boat Omvb ! Brarcii will sail every L JP s..ntg. at 1 1 o'clock round j! ' ' Ijn&'iM .Stntcn Island, and occasion ally, ii the wimJ and tide will permit, to Uie hook. This beautiful sail will contribute both to health and pleasure, and ia us cheap a re creation as can be found. Parties who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, give in their niuues the day preceding, at the odice in Marketueld stieet, norm side oi uie uat tery. Uinncr on bonrn, at uie usual prices. Passage & children half price. my 13tf EAS103 AID EETHLEHKXI MEW LIKE, VIA REW - BRUISSWUK. (7 - Passenger willleave New - York every Monday r land Friday, at 1 1 o'clock, " JSH. M. in Uie steam boat Olive Branch ; ledge at New Brunswick ; leave there earlv next morning, and arrive at baston at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Returning, leave aston every Tuesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, . M , lodge at New Brunswick : arrive at New York at 10 o'clock next morning, in the steam boat Olive Branch. The stage connected with this line is a good four - horse stage. rasage from N. Urunswiclc to canon, soou , from Easton to Bethlehem. 75 cents. For seats the above line.apj ly to WM. B. J AtUS,tat the Philadelphia Uniun Line Steam - Boat Office, norm side oi the rattery. HUB till LfcTSUA, rropnetor, Je13tf MILLINERY, fee. OHN WINTRLNGHAM, Milliner, No. 123 William - st. rtsotctfiillr informs hi friends and the merchants in general, that he has moved from No. 117 William - street, to the above No. where he CRIMPS SaUn, Muslins, Ribbons, Crapes, Sc. at the shortest notice and lowest prices. Also, r ancy, L.ace, aatiiii, ana isiape Trimming. lie has constanUy on nanu, split straw, ana Leghorn haL, turbans, turban fronts, colla rets. Xc One case superfine white chip, just imported and for sale by the dozen or single. Store Ao. 117 William - street to let, ami a number of slat cases for talc. J 8 1m 1717 ANTED a white womnn to do kitchen V V work, and a white girl from 14 to 16 years of age, to do the upper family. Apply at this office. work of a small JeS To Carjitnters, Plasterers, Stone C utters and correrr. THE BUILDER'S ASSISTANT S mot respectfully addressed, and worthy the attention of every one. either interested or directly concerned in building, as it contains the most Uftelul matter in ttieir respective pumius ; such a designs for Store Fronts town and country Dwellings, with their detail, as Stair Cases. i lanc - rails. KaKing Iou dings, Uoort, windor. aming, tvoinng, nooring, ramuocing, cui - rals, Architraves, Corniches, Frizes, Arches, 1 oiuds. steps. Diniuie .Mantles, centre r lowers. with a number of elegant examples of Foliage, breek and Roman Moulding, plain and enrich ed with Working Drawings ol the most beauti - Inl specimens ol the orders of Architecture, ootn Greek A Roman ; together with a description of the properties of all kinds of materiel used in Uie construction of buildings, with ibe proportion and Oestmetnod ol mixing si working sucn a require to be compounded, io a to render them cura ble. The strength, stress and best disposition of umber io lrming of carpentry, demonstrated. ppecinrations ol the several works, witn rules for estimating and measuring Uie same. To fa cilitate Uie knowledge by these instruction!, the letter press win he accompanied witn lao copper - plates (CO of which are original designs) ac companied with definitions of Uie most approved method oi construction, character and npplica tion, from tbe best authority studied for their di rect uie, aod made applicable to the present style of building in this country, with plant, elevation and section!, by John Haviland, architect, and engraved hv Hush Bridport. artist. II. BRIDPORT moil respectfully informs the public, that be is on a visit to this city, for the purpose of soliciting Ibe patronage of subscribers for the above work. Tlie sanction of and bamei of upwards of 150 subscriber at Philadelphia will, he feels anuied, sufficiently recommend the merit of the work as worthy their attention and that liberal encouragement which I hey have studied to merit, both in it design and the reasonable terms of its completion, which will be in 3 volumes of five numbers each ;ooe oumberto be published monthly, at one dollar per number, payaoie on aeuvery to suoscruiers ; to non - suo scribert, when completed. 218. The first number is now ready for delivery, and may be seen, with Uie list of subscribers, at Metsr. Kirk aod Mercein's store, No. 32 Wall - street, or at the residence of tbe proprv - tor, No. 50 Broad street, where namos will be' received rrom those who wish to become subscriber to the above work. Je 18 2w ELEPHANTS OIL. GRAT proportion of Uie cargo of the brig i - Jane Maria, will he stored and sold by the t - aaa, in qnnouuei io sun purchaser , - j ins Oil it is believed is as pure and burn a will as summer strained sperm, oil, and i more valuable tor tne use ol curriers and wool ra..tiufacturers, For sale by J. B VERS, J17 29 Burling shp. 70 THE PUBLIC. IOR sal an excellent (Loodoa made) patent . Mangle This article being of a differ ei.t coDstruction to the generality of Mangles, is worked with a deal less labour, is not liable lo get out of repair, nor do the works require to vm lanen u piece to clean Warrauted in perfect order Enquire at 116 John - street. Jnne 16 1w WANTED to hire, a Pew, in tt John' Chapel. Enquire at No. 53 Hudson - tre je 17 ltr I TUE S0UJYO STEAM BOA T - LIjYE. The proprietor, with view of accommodating the (public, by extending the line Ho Norwich, iutead making the experiment with the Fulton, Cept. Law, and this route (if found practicable) wiUhe continued during the season. - . O.. .... . . . . tt, W t.. - J tie line win in intore oe irom pew - xorx to Norwich, a follow : The Connecticut, CapL Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, for New - Haven. The Fulton, C'apt. Law, will leuve A'onctch at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same day, touch tAfewLondmi and depart from thence for JVetv - Jferm at 8 o'clock. The boat will meet at Aetr - Zfaien, and depart from Uie nee every Monday, W ednes. day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in Uie evening the Connecticut for Jf cut - York, and tbe Fulton for Neto - London and Norwich. fnh 17 STEAM BOAT NAUTILUS. The steam boat NAUT1 LUSwiII hereafter run a rfollow, except on Sun (days. LEAVE KKW' - TORK, At , 5 o'clock in the forenoon, " '' " 8 do do II do do S o'clock in the afternoon, 5 do do LEAVE STATER IST.ABD, . At 1 - 2 patt 6 in Uie forenoon. 12 past 9 , do v 1 - 3 past 13 in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 2 past 6 do Ot SCXDATS LEAVE HKW - TORIT, At 5 o'clock iii the morning, 10 do do I o'clock ia the Afternoon, 4 do . dc I.EAVr STATE ISI.ANP, At U o'clock in the forenoon, 1 - 2 past 1 1 o'clock do 1 - 2 past 2 o'clock in Uie afternoon, 7 o'clock do Passenger to the Narrows and Bath will, for the present, be taken down on Sunday morning. in the 5 o'clock boat, and be called for about half past a o'clock in Uie evening. 1 he fare to btatcn Island will be 25 cent, and to Bath and Uie Narrow, 50 cent. Children half price. The NAUTILUS is a new boat of great speed in fine order, with good accommodations ; and is propelled on ti.e Livingston and ruiton plan. On account of the pleasantness of her tour, the advantages of Sea hath ing at the places she visit, the variety and heenty of the prospect Uiey afford, the cheapness of the fare, and the excel lence ofthts refreshments and e comniodaticti on board, excursions in the Naulilu for pleasure or business, will be found expeditious, agreeable and neaiiMiii. a sne u fitted lor the transpor tation of Horse and Carriages, and the wharves and lloats at iew - ork, fctaten - Island and the Horse - Boat Ferry at the Blazing Star, prepared for safe and comraodiou embarking ami landing travellers in the Post Chaise, or in private car riages between mw - xoric and iiiuaueiptna, I renton, runceton, New Brunswick, or Wood bridge, will find the route by tbe Nautilus and the Turnpike acros Maten - Uland to New - Brunswick, Uie shortest, cheaiest and most pleasant that rnn he selected. JOHN DEFOREST, Captain. Staten - Island, 27tb .Mar, 1818. my 29 1m NskivnsHUH and canajsjjaioua m ail - r auk THREE TIMK8 A WEEK. Ajwar EAVES Newburgh eve - tt'SLHt'r J r7 SuD(laTs Tuesday, fVJcCXurfiaml Thursday moruings, ut - - "" - ' ubii,... fun, through Montgomery. Bloomincburgh. Montirclio. by White Lake, Coshecton, Mount Pleasant, Great ttend, Chenango f oint, Uweg! Ithica, and be - nova, ipiunanaaigua. Returning leaves Canamlaigua every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh. the third day in lime to take the Steam - boau which arrive in New - York the following - morn'inf. (Tr It may be erveclcd fiur at all times tr hen the steam - boats alter their days of running, that this line will alter so as to nuei them. The whole route will be perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and from tbe hrst of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until Uie first of May, in fuur tlavs and from the 15th Dicember, until the fifteeuUi of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to CanaiicUigua in four day. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaieua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N York in the cvenuitj steam - boats, andarnve.n Canandaigua in tin oe clays a distance of three hundred miles. 1 he line u well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced dr. vers Lvery atten lion will be paid to render Uie passage or the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the acconi modations on this line are ecitial to any line in the state. QTr r Altr. troin newburgh to Uanandaigua FOURTEEN - DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owejro Tioga Point: thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath ftc. . BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Bloomuighurgh.'l E. C. St. John. Mount Pleasant. L. & Rv Manning, Chtnangc, IProprie Luther bere, itinca, l tors, Samuel GrcenlifT, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, mh 14 d6in YURT1I RIVER STKAM - BOAlS. (t - Ou Uie II lb of Moy, the UoaU will commence UmoT running four Simian uraelr A boat will leave New - York on Tuesday, at y A. di ; Wednesday, at a r. ai. ;t nday, atu A. AI. and Saturday, at a ri m. ol each week and a boat will leave Albany oo Monday, Wed nesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M. The above arrangement will commence by the Chancellor's leaving Albanv on Mondnv. the 11 th May, at 9 A. M. and Uie Richmond leaving iew xorxon i utsuay, tne iwn at v A. 01. The Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for Newburgh, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 A. M. niy 2 li ANN'S ANA 1 - R1L1UUS PILLS. WHICH hare been attended with a degree of success highly grateful to the inventor's feelings, in several parts of the West Indies, and the Southern and Middle Stater, particularly in New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, ee. The operation of these pills ure erfect!y mild, so f.s to be used by person in every situation and of every age. They are excellently adapted to carry of su - peiflous bile, nnd prevent its morbid secretion ; to restore nnd nmend the appetite; to produ'ea free perspiration, and U:treby prevent cold, wbicb are olltn of fatal cooseciueoce. A dose never fails to remove a cold, if taken on its first appearance. They are an infallible preventive ol Bilious and Malignant Fever, and should be procured for ue, by e ver) seaman and traveller. Prepared and old at LEr'3 Medicine Sio. - p, No. 46 itlaiden Lane. Dra - giit and country store keeper supplied on liberal term. n y 16 TO LET. A dry Cellar, under the houe No. 29 Pine - street. Enquire oi MR. S.V.EDF., mylltl 134 Pcari - strcct. BREW ERV. for sale, a bargain, a Brewery ii Malt House connected, in the city of Hudson. The buildings are stone, and particularly well calculated for the biuincst. !t ft situated iu the uiiJM of a barley country, unJ has many other advriitages. It k'certaiuly s.i object for those wishing to engage in th - i business. His the only brewery in Uie couitry. This property will bo sold cheap. Terms abend tiUe good. For further pirticulars apply to M. MULDEN, No. 7 MaiJrn - lane, New - York ; or J. NIXON, Jr. near Urn rremiro. June 13 tf A Uirilag pibhc knew kew la distil J. J ; - .t tween tUngsthat dirfer. "J - ' DOtri'OR .HORNE,forfc.ri of the city ofLoldonraa! iiucuiDcr os us wcuity cf rl,T. nod surgery there, deems it rus ty to repeat some oos - rvations . tbe abuse of MERCURY ! rash, indiscritniaate, and vhmJt fed use thereof, has been pffi live Of infintln luinr. i. sands are annusllv .... , nos knee. Th d,. i . - . , , . " 1 " iu iew owes Its f. tal rraulta rhw.f1 . ,1,:.. : l. Hint a young man, the hopes of his comtryfih the darling of jus parents, should be ttate&d , way rom all the prospect and enjoyment of lib by the consequences of one migrded snottV and by a disease not in iu own nature fataTaS - . . - - j urn tvuKt. vriiM a ni wmcn on y prove so rrom neglect or Aipron treatment" A erentlf man. cif. n. if,?? tierjt) now perfectly bearty and well,'h bi uiuler physicians f renei. practke, six ra? anu repeatedly saitvat,dt when recommecded t Dr. If. (by a grtlemnn of this city) fas boni! were carious, audhis flesh drorFiBf from tW bis friends declared he could not nottihi. ..Tr ' two months longer. Thousamls eipdbeutl know with what ease and safety Di. ir T:' cates the severest cases, end confirms tiie con7 tllt;on. The DnrlnrL r,.t ,:J"?,C?n, ,, " I""" ViuUIXI la Km, cessury to guard the public against Uie abuse - el mercury, nud other fatal deluiions, held fortlLl Persons, therefore, having contracted a nri vale disorder, or suspecting Intent poison. . admonished not to tamper with their conatiu tion, or conceal the disorder, tUI past reeov ry ; othershaving the remains of an old caw or other impuriues of the blood, as well as oa' er complaint of a delicate nature, in .iiK.. sex. should remember posterity, and do juitir. to their consciences, by making' applicatioi to Dr. II. at Ins old and respectable estah. lifhmenr. No. 64 Water - street. fSiir JTZ of Old - lip, to obtain that prompt assistance lone calculated to prevent disclosnre. And tet let me claim your serious attention Rmemli.s a uperlkiiil cure ia no cure at all ; unless U hi sines is radically done, you will certainry havl Uie disorder break out s - ain with redouhiad ma lignily, at some future period ; perbsps then will be too late for remedy. Don't you otenceT a the streets usiserable, mutilated beiccs, wiUmKi even a bit of nose on their lac Tk. Jll.? I beseech you. Dr. IPs. thrracter for skill and ituhborn inta - rity being universally known in tliii city, since Itu4. guarantee lo patients Uiar t. - ii.. i . crecy hitherto unknown, and having comlned hi practice foryears past, exclur.ii ely to the cureot diseases of the Wood system. Uiey may safely calculate on the moit decided advantages in con sulti"g Dr. H. , Olbf.u eradicated in tws or three weeks. - . Strictures removed witliotrt bougies ctr nv nik. er instrument ; and all debjlititu likewise si) old ulcerations, hstu!xA:(. A plurality of oflice are prorided, and so site, ated that patients are not exacted toearh other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening. Al! persons concerned are invited to be free ja calling, and (peaking with Dr.H. which i trie of cost. And here the J Joe tor cannot avoid uw expression of gratitude for innumerable menrs - mendatioas, and for ti decided preference (it ' presuniea witn just cauiej long jjiven tun by N. B. All letters must be oit paid. Dr. Buchanan. .. ; Aug 27 Iv NEITHER QUACK KRY NCR IMPOSf, JWN. ySll. EVAXS' suerir Jmethod of caring a cei tain Diteate, is now univer - ally acknowledged iathi city ; hi mode of trentmenl i perfectly mile. safe. i - teaiuous. and his cnargis reasonable, la every u. - stance he vrarrants car, and will return the pay if ha iSaAvd.' . 2Jo no perform sgceesi: " - i i n striciesi swerecy always orj serve;. There are many rsons in this city and it vi cinity, laboring under variou chronic disease, such as cancers, old inveterate nicer, crofwla or king evil, fistulas, disease of the sireUsra. bladder and kidmei, old complicated ooBtpfasst . of a certain nature, bilious and other obstrwe - which tr.ey consider uct first burgeons and rnyucians in the world. u4 made those obsUnate ciscasei bi constant tet for 30 year. Oct it tt"' The subscriber having recently return) from England with an important improvement so the artificial spring LEG, he take this mcthoj of informing l.ii friends and the public, ' that all those who ai o uulurtunat a to be lo wanttf a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Juu iZ WM. PURVIS. NF.W DRESSING ROOM. ; 1 - f . ' ..'V.,fc,J v turned (rem ItaJy, has the honour to inform the geotlenicn, that he cuts and dresses hair in the Itttest s'yle, and in a manner so a to adopt . it to the phisiognomy. He ha fur sale a quantity of RAZORS of the first quality, if they do not please on trial, Uie purchase! aie at liberty to return them, and receive the money. He ha likewise procured a very fine hone, and engage to icstore razors to a very keen edge and shoald they not cut he will receive no recompence. Those geullemen who may please to honor him with Unrir patronage, may depend on Uie moit particular and respectful attendance. Frumcnto ha jut received a few tetts of th celebrated Maoguim False Back Razor, warranted of Damascu iteel of a superior quality. Amateurs niy share themselves luxuriously. N. B. Geullemen who subscribe bythequsr tcr will have their razor, tc. kept exclusively for themselves. . P. 8. A good journeyman wanted. Apply as above. tuh 6 tf . r Jti ' i r.. r. i.n. a v bii.h p.. r ..... .k. AC 0,1 St AST supply of I die Beaver Hat, fiesh from the - nulactory, suitable for the seutA - ern market, sad packed at the shortest , ndticr, at j., . 160 BroadwJ may 27 WOMEN. 1 VWyTOMEN, or Pour el Centre, a tale by Ma - T f turm,auUiorof Bertram, Milesian Cbieuv Tli Fatal Revenge, tc. be 2 vols, price received and lor tale at the Minerva CircsJaliog Library - , No. CCi Broadway, opposite tbe Mu :enm. J 6 NEW - YORK ; . . i PRINTED JND PUBLISHED ; . MICHAEL BURNHAM k CO, No. 49 V'ilham - stiuv orroiiTK .tux Bask CoFrTE - HoBEx.. . . - . tions. rheumatism, Ac rable, they can cenainiv ne cuied fin general) by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Stow. N 9,. Pack - slip, having practised ia extthsj hnir.itul in Europe Ix years, under soma nf. l

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