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i t;n..xCEltY t rT ft HRE.tS James Jaiite. of tlm'town of. V V SnulUieid, county of it hojond, and ttate of New York, beiug indebted uulo Henry DaU, cf ihe tame ulare. ui ud by a certain hood or utJir&tioik. twarioz data the teuth dor dflecem kcr. m the vcar ol our Lord, oa thousand eight hundred and seventeen, in the Penal ma of twelve buudnci aod ninety one duilar, lawful money of ii United State, conditioned lor me payment oi tut hundred and rorty five dollar and nity cenis, hwul atooey aforesaid, with lawlul interest for tli tame, oa or Before the tenth day of May. then mom w taia.ntF ttm iiBM rtw inkii imnn nruiuifaiiiiu. for Ue better securing aod more sure payment of 'the said taut of money mentioned in ibe taid bond or obligation. According to the tree intent 'aud meaning thereof, did, together with Abigail hit wile, oa the s&id taclu day of December, in the ye&r aforesaid, mortgage to the said nenrj Davit, all that messuage, larm, plantation ault uieaaow Ma premises, situate, ijiuk mut is ia the town ol bouthuehl, county ana siaieawrc - said, and it butted and bounded as follow : be ginning by the eastermost corner ol the jauu of Cornelius Van Bukirk. aad ruaumg from thence by bit line, north forty seven degiees and thirty minutes, west thirty five chain and wity linns; u.ence oy taia wguwuj, , 7 - three degree aod twenty minute, east fourteen eltaiua, to the corner 01 ineianu ui imi. . - - eon ; thence by the hue of the taid Itaac bunon - mn .. pm,e. uuth forty aeren decreet and thirty minutes, eat forty one chain and Mxty Jioks, to the land of Jacob Vreelaod ; thence a - long taid Vree.and't line, aoutti filty one degrees aad forty fire miauiee, weft twenty chain an J sixty link, to the place of beginning t containing within the bounds aod limit thereo eign 'ty eight aeret and one half aa acre of land ; bounded outhweterly by tbe aid. Cornelius Van Bufkirk't land : northwesterly by the said highway ; northeast by the land of the said If aac Suuonson and ferine, and southeast by tbe land of said Jacob Vreeland. Also, a certain piece or parcel of salf meadow, lying in aid town, near place called Old Town; beginning at or near tbe corner of Cornelius Marliuo's meadow, and roaning from thence south twenty nine de gree, eait fourteen chain ana urn linns ; inence liortb seveuty four degree, eat one chain forty three link; thence north twenty nine degrees, cast fourteen chain aod fifty links, to the i. rwn itienr - e ioutn twenty lour decree, west one chain and forty three links to tbe place of beginning; containing two acres oi saiiiueauow ; bounded southwest by Cornelius Martino's ; southeast by the creek ; northeast by John Ket - tiatiu.' and northwest bv meadow of Stephen Martioo. Also, that certain piece or parcel of salt meadow, situate and lying in me town oi Northneld. county and state aforesaid, on the easterly tide of Tuoisou's creek (so caller!) and Cherry Tree Creek ; bounded westerly by the aid two creeks ; northerly and easterly by meadow of Captain Richard Courson, and southerly by meadow of John Merrell ; containing two acres and a half of salt meadow, be the same more or less ; together wilhall and singular, the edifices, buildings, rights, member, privilege and appur tenances, theieunto belonging or in any wise appertaining : with a power io tbe aid mortgage contained, that if default should be made iu the payment of the said sum of money mentioned in the condition otme said roou or oiuigauon, anu the interest which should accrue thereon, at the tinio toeculed fortlie payment thereof, that then it should be lawful tor the said Henry Davis, bit heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, to sell and diote of the said premise At public auction, according to the act of the legislature in such cases made and provided ; wincn snouiu be a oemetual bar. both in law and ennitv, a - eaimt the said James James and AOisaii his wife, their heirs and assign, and all other per sons claiming or to claim the said pre mists, by, from or undei, then;, or any of them. Aad whereas default bathees niadeinthe payment of the said principal sum of six hundred aad forty five dollar and fifty cents, and the same with the interest thereon remains due and unpaid Notice is hereby given, that pursuant to sue act sn such cae made and provided, all and singti' lar the premises above particularly tntntium d with the hereditament and appurleuances, will l sold nt public auction or vendue, at the ion line CorTee Iluute. in the fit v of New York. Ol Wednesday, the 4th day of November next, at 12 o'clock ut noon. Dated the 14U. day of May, in the vear of our Lord one thousand eight hundred ana eiiueeu. my 15 Uw6m HENRY DAVIS At a Court ol Chancery, held lor the state of New - York, at the Chancellor's Dwelling House, in the city of Ahany, on the twenty - third aay of March, in the year ol our Lord , one thousand eight Hundred and eiguieen. Present The Hon. James Kent, Esquire, Chan - ' cellor. " Philip Schuyler, PhilinJereniiih Schny - t ler, Kentietaer ecnuyier, aiepneo van Rensselaer, Jr. Philip Church, Peter Cru - ger and Catherine bis wife, John Church, Rudolph Bunoer and Elizabeth his wile, Richard Church, an infant by the said Phi lip Church his next friend, Elirabetb Hamilton, Alexander Hamilton Morton, Philip i - htiilir Mnrtiin. f?ornpIia 1. - Morton. A: Resiaa Mary Morton, infants by the saUl Philip Jeremiah Schuyler their next I'riuwl and Catharine Van Rensselaer Malcoiae. f. John R.. Bleerker, Elixahelh Brincker - holli Morris 3. Miller, and Maria his wife, Charles E. Dudley wid Ulabdinahis wife, Mar - tia firadilreet, Samuel Bradstret - t, Thomas Morris Thorua Biddle, John tVhartonand Wdliam Hale and Catherine V R.nuKBer Schuvler his wife. mHE comnlainantt above namfd having fied X, their bill iu the above mentioned cause for the partition of the following pariel of land, that it to tav a parallelogram in the counties of Onei - dv and Herkimer, in this state, on the south side of apatuit granted on the tecood day or Janur - rv. 1764. to Joseph Worrell and others, common ly called Ccxby's Manor, lyirg along and upon the south boundary of the said patent a its base. being 20 chain and ttn Limes more or less in breadth, and the whole extent of the snuth lint or boundary of the taid patent, i. e. 4tcJ chain jaoitfor les in length, and Philip Schuyler, one uf'tneconiplainauU, having made an Affidavit an - titxed to the taid bill of the truth of tbe allegations Uierein contained respecting the unknown owner of tbe said parallelogram. It is thereupon, oa motion of Mr. J. V. Henry, of counsel for the complainant' ordered that all parties interested in the said parallelogram of land appear and answer the complainant's bill bled in the above cause, by the eleventh day ol July next, to the rod that in case of default, the complainant's bill may be decreed to be taken procooresso against sdl such unknown parties as shall not appear and answer by the said day. And let a copy of this1 order be publiilied for three, calendar months, OuCe aweaai ID ctcr J nrcmaucnBDci yi luted intbe city of New - York and in .the city of Albany. A copy. : MOSS KENT, Register mb 30 1aw3m IN CHANCERY. Mate of Nevy - Tork, u. IN pursuance of aa ordesof this honorable court, hearinz state the 19th day of January, 1818, will be oTd at public auction, at the Tontine tbe direction of the sirhscriber, at one of the matters of this court, in ttpmratt or parr el J, on I bursdav, the twenty third day ol July next, ai twelve o'cloc k at noon. " All those certain pie ce or parcels aud tract of Jand, known a the north east seclioa of thti Uuth township, in the iweive town in I Kn;a costnly, being lott No. so, xi,TK,sa, 3i Jif, andots. Lot no. so coo - taiusaliout ei - hty acrta; lot No. 27, abontone - hundred aad ive acres ; lot No. 28, 29, 30, and thirty two, each containing one hundred and four acres, three fourths asvd 3C rod of land ; lot No. 38 contain 90 3 - 4 and ninetera rod. Also, west half of lot No, 24, which half contains 5 1 acre. Ai d also lots fto. 1, 3, 4, 6 and 7, oa the gure lying westerly and adjoining on taid nonrieatt letUon, ana was surveyed and added to said ection to make up a deficiency in aid section, bv a mistake ia a former survrv. Said lots No. 1, t, 3, 4 and 6, containing about ifty - acre each : and lot No. 7 about twenty five acres. - Together with all and lingular, Uie nre - tnite and appurtenance. Dated April 18, 1U1U. r. x JAM ICS A. HAMILTON, apl31awtt!s Matter in Chancery, iTTANTED. a COOK t the best rteemmefv - datiuos syiU be rerjuiied. Aptily nt No. Brid - ettreeU. ' - Je 16 6t MAII0CA5Y SOr.t?, CHAIR ARD CABI NET FURNITURE. Jtft. 43 BlJlKMjiX STKEKT. fpifJE subscriber begs leave to return hissio - JL cere thank to those ladies and gentlemen who have been kind tnon;;h to honor hire with tlicirtoiBiuandi, and to imorm the as, and the admirer of handsome furniture in general, that he bat on band (note - very elegant tolat, chair, card, Pembroke and extending iwttent dining table, grand sideboard, inlaid with high polished nsaalueotal bras - work and rote - wood, card tables to match, Grecian couches, sofas, chaise lounge, inunc stool, chairs, Acc. Also, a library ttrpebair, the utility of which he particularly recootmeads. ..." , a ii r.irniiure iarran(r(i of the best oualrtr and workmanship, and of the newest European fash ions. Orders executed to any part of tbe union to aay drawine, on the most reasonable terms and punctuality for cash. . - Ladies or gentiemes having fancy woods, may have them manufactured to any article they wish, by applying a above, my 3U zm A. M. HAYWOOD. ffp - x . run s.1 lk, kialS A bouse and farm on Throe's Keck, in the town and county of Westchester, fourteen miles from New - York. Tbe farm contain a - bont one hundred acres of excellent land in good fence, a large baro and other convenient outbuildings, a good house two storie high, with four rooms on each floor, elegantly situated on the banks of the Eutt River : the situation un commonly healthy ; tbe neighbourhood the most retpectahle ; abuixiance ol iruilol Uie best stlec - " tioo ; scale and shell fih in grent variety taken before the house, for further information apply to the subscriber on the premises - my I Sm a I Ef H r.N B. HOrr MAN. CITY COMMERCIAL bCHOOL, 3 Boosavei.T strkkt. B Y ISAAC r. BRAGG. f .ate teacherof penmanship in the Adelphi school. riMIE apart meats in this Mtabliihment are fit - JL ted up with a superior degree of ucstnest. The Young Ladies1 Room, completely distinct from the other, it is believed will not merely be fouud commodious but comfortable and el?gtnt. A Drawing Master, of eminent niialifkations. (recently from London,) is engaged to give instruction in that branch twice iu the week. His elegant collection of specimtos, in rare flowers, velvet paintings, landscapes, Kc. will gladly be exhibited to surh as may be pleased to call. The terms will be very moderate, and the exertions to render landscape drawing, 4c. interesting, by the preparation of views expressly for (he school, and occasional practice Irouj aturc, with clear illustrations of the rules of perspective, it is believed will inrure encouragement. In arithmetic, the principal is determined to spare no pains to support the high character whiai tne recent examination ol his pupils has given rise to. The facility with which complica ted calculations were periorraed by many ol hit pupils, in the mind, without any aid to the memory, however it may have impressed with the idea of" getting by rote," was the result of fre quent practice alone, and proves that boy may ! taught all the facilities which are commonly the result af long practice iu counting bouses, be - lore iney leave school Applications for the admission of boys, will he received on or after the 1st of June, against which time iti intended to increase the arcoui - modatious. . . my 26 1m Stale ejew York, is. S pursuance of a decretal order of the honorable the court of chancery of thit ttate. bear ing date tiie fifth day of J ui.e, 1318, will he sold at public auction, at the Toutine Coffre House, in the city of N. York, under the direction of the sultscriber, one of tbe matters of the saidcourt, on the 3l day ouuiy next, at 12 o'llock at noon, all that certain d weling house and lot of ground situate, lying and beiug in the city of New York, and which iu a ci rUiu indenture made the se - cood day of Fehronry, in the year of our Lord one thnushnn ighl hundred and nine, between ItichaM HuitMinine. John I ilu, William I tart t - li'irne, Thomas L'stick, JuinesOmlcrdonk, Mary - Titus, William U stick, Jane and Deborah Onderdonk, of the lint part, and Edmund Elmendorf, of the tcond part, it described as follows, to wit : All that ccrtaiu dwelling house and lot of ground, situate, lying and being in the second ward of the city of New York, and known and dislingushcd by t!ie number sixty nine William street : which said lot is hounded in front by William street, on the northwest side by the bouse and lot of ground now or formeily the property of uavtd Johnson, on Uie southeast side by the house and lot now or formerly of Peter Bogart ; containing in breadth in front twenty nve feet, in the rear twenty eight feet ; in depth oo the south east side twenty one feet, and on tbe south twenty seven leet four and a half inches, be the same more or less; together with all and singular the hereditaments and ap purtenances to the same belonging or in any wise appertaining. Dated New York, June 9, IBIU. P. G. HlLDRETH, Master in Chancery, Je 9 dtt 10 LET, A pleasant back room, at oo. 56 Wall - street, suitable for a lawyer's office. Possession immediately. Apply in the trout office. ' Je4 THE FINE ARTS. AMONGST the present numerous exhibitions of this city, M. PAFF flatter himself that the lover of genuine work of old matters, will find hit GALLERY OF PAINTINGS, No. 2P Wall - itreet, worthy their attention, and pretexting them at the smallest expense with the most extensive gratification. N. B. Old paintingt repaired and restored to their original luttre, or purchased at their utmost value. my 28 II rriHE subscriber for the belter sccommo - JL dation of merchants and other, has thought proper to open a shop No. 99 Wash ineton - street, next door to the corner of Rec tor - street, where lie intends carrying on the Plumbing' Business in all its various branches N. 13. He still continues to carry on the bu siness at the old stand No. 342. Water - street. All orders left at either place will be punctu ally attended to. jel2 2w CALEB S. BROWER. TO bUlLDERS. Or those who may wish to erect three elegaut building or lactone. r OTS. 77 feet by CO, more or le - , with the JLJ building thereon, in Uie centre of Vetey - tt can be purchased separate or together. ALSO. An elegant LOT, with ti e Building thereon, 1 1 llowerv, 42 by 125, more or lets, near Chat - ham - itreet Pie v. hole on accommodating terms Apply at 33 Chatham Row, near Beekman - tt The advertiser has three small mortgage to Hirpose of, one of 3,000, one of $1000, one of $1290, all io this city. JeO MONT - ALT A For SALE or to LET, and immediate possession given, the beautiful place called Mont - Alta, seven mile from the City - Hall, on the North River, - adioining Lord CofTee House, in the city of New - York, under Courtenay't. It contains 20 acres of land under improvement, with a large garden well stocked with rrirelablrs - a varielr of fruit, with eter convenience for a family. For term, which are very reasonable, and if told a long credit given if wanted, apply to N. A: D. TALCOTT, 64 South - street. Je 12 B XF.IV FJt'CY STORK, So. 7 Nassau - rtrect. ALLET (i MRS. GOGUET, keep a fac tory of Artificial Flatten, aud store of an - cy Goedt, imported from this best factories of Lyons and Paris. 1 hey have also a general assortment of the newest Paris FASHIONS ; consisting of Ladies' white India tnublm morning dresses, elegantly worked Silk spencers, of the most fashionable colon, alto beautifully worked Linen cambric pocket handkerchiefs, snperb - ly worked and richly embroidered. And a lew extra thread lace VEILS. All of wnrcn nave teen received by th latest arrival from France, and are now offered (together with their othar cxtensiva annrtmmit - f 1 . - cles) for aU to th pubUe la general, and Pir - Lcultf lj to the lad ict. je j WIIEATOS'S ITCIT OINTMENT. THE long and successful use of tlii ointment is a sutlicient recommendation, a it has keen found to be a pleasant, safe aad ctrtaia remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its stares. It is for tale in the City of New - York, by J. A. ii W. R. 1'osf, No. 41 William - street; I. U T. Clark, No. bi Maiden - Lane i 11. 11. iJchiefftlm at Co. No. 13 ft arl - street ; Lawrence Si Ktese, No. 195 fearl - street ; Hull 1 Ilowoe, 14G Pearl - sireet ,'K.kL Murray, 313 fearl - street ; J.M. Bradhurst, 314 fearl - street ; John Pen lord, No. 4 Fletcber - ttreet ; Durjee Toe, in Fearl - street; Jobu C. Morriton, lbB UreeowicJi - ttreet ; John F. Fittier, 106 Broadway t Walter il Seaman, cornet of Cbamber - sU and Broadway, aod also in Chatham - street ; and in short it may be procured at most of the Drug Stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of c. Withered It Sons ; George Hariell .North & Rogers, and almost all the druggists in the principal town in the United States. MKEWI1C,'. WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above place. jao26m VALUABLE REAL fca . t'OK bALE, III TBE CITT Or HEW - toBX. tjIVE lott of ground oa the west side of Greenwich - street, between Vestry aud Desbros - ses - strcets, 25 by CO. Four do in the rear of the above, fronting on the east tide of Washington - street, 25 by BO. Eight do in the block below, between Washington and West - streets. In Montgomery County. 6000 acres of Land in Lawrence' purchase, near l'ast Canada Creek, on the north tide ol the Mohawk. Iu Franklin County. 15,1C2 acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. In Essex County. ?S3t acres of Land in the town of Barrymore. In the County of Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Catterland, Cbassanis Purchase. In Saratoga County. SC0O acre in Paliner's purchase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber, 34 Cedar - street. BEV. ROBINSON', run 17 tf r BERGEN OKPHANa COURT, Of the Term of March, 1818. Catharine Schuyler, Administratrix, Vc. r ol John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute, deceased. V 1 WE court order and direct. That Catharine J. Schuyler administratrix of the goods, chattels and credits of John A. Schuyler, deceased, give public notice to the creditor of the decedent to bring in their claim and demands against the estate of the snid decedent, on or before the first day of May, "in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and nineteen, by putting up notices to that efJec.t in five of the most public placet in the county of Bergen, for the space of two month, and advertising the same for the like space of tune in a newspaper printed and pub - neiicu in urn mniB 111 ew - jprsey, niiain a newspaper printed and published in the city of New - York. A true transcript from the record. apS8:n G. JOHN A. UOfD.Sur'gate. U.SAUNUER's PATENT RAZOR STROP You that with to shave with ease, ituy oi SACiWERS it you please ; His Razor Strop's, peculiar such. That sharps the Razor with a touc h. SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those who have not got lis Patent Razor Strop. iu on mum menu - rites wnn mi new invtuit'd UJ zor Strop, and Metallic Composition. No gen tlcmnn who ence make trial of cue of the Strops now offered, will evertry any others'.and turl,i tht ir formation, that ever to tuurli use will not give the razors that roundnctt which renders the best ol them uttless, and which it well known ui ways to loilow the application of all those hitherto mvtntt - d. The uoove strops are in general life iu New York, and are distinguished troin all omen. uaiDcrs who have u d them aav more iniueir pittite man i can mysen. G. SAUVDERS, 18 Wall - street Alto for sale, Razors, Soap, and every uten sil for abavuig, of the first duality, with a supe riorastorluiiutof Perfumery, Hair - Powder, ic from Smyth's, New Bond street. London. N. B. The most liberal allowance made to dealer. my Si, TO LET., The elegant 3 itorv bouse No. 7 Hud son - street, which co.nmanJs a pleasant view of ine rarsi and river. 1 ossetsion may he had in a fewdiys. Also lor sale, the furniture ofsaid bouse. It it of the best quality ; well titled, and suitable to a gonleel family. Apply at above. my 1 1 tf ' ELKUA.VT PIAXO FUUTKS. JOS. WILSON, 14 Maiden Lane, has justre - reived by the Venus, a large assortment ol excellent Piano Fortes, Patent Flutes, Flageolets, &c. manufactured expressly for him by Cle - mr - iiti Si Co. London. Alto, Piano Forte Striiigs in et , uc w music, and every article in the musical line ; instrument taken iu exchange, and tuner provided. my 49 tf MEDICAL AID. DR CORN WELL, who is a member of the Corpora - ;i"0 ofSurgeons cf London, and who hat had much experience in the line of his profesiior. I - r more than twenty years, has lately arrived io this city, and being well apprised ol the great ciiiith 01 1 - uie it generally to introduce a medical gentleman into practice in the common rest rved way, lakes this method to inform the public, that he has taken the tituation. No. 278 WATER - STREET, corner of Dover - ttreet hit door in Dover - street his name on, the door tin tigu, a Mortar; where he will be fnund ready to wait on loose that please to apply for his medical aid, in the different branchtt of surgery, and Uie practice of Phytic generally. As. aim. in all case ofimpotency, andacer tain complaint, incident to both ex, in which he hat had great, very great, experience ia the euro of thousands, without one houis detention from business, or charge of diet, or a possible diftovery by the most intimate friend. frr - And in all case of confidence, the great est tectecy will Le strictly observed. He bat no shopman, or any perton in partnership with him. N. B. Attendance will be given to patients from sun - rite until 9 o'clock in Uie evening. Je8 1m tvsp)l TO LEASE OU IOK SALE, . UUJ I'bat elegant modern built house, situate at the corner of Sands and Washington streets, Brooklyn It size is tliirty - on feet front by fifty feet deep, its rooms to arnoiged as to combine every convenience for a genteel residence. Jt will l sold with two or tuor lots of ground, at tbe option of the purchaser. Terms, noe fourth cash, the rest in such payments as will bo mott convenient to put chijer. Ajiply 00 the pre mises to C. BALL, may 23 tf CL'HLEO 11.1 IH M.i.WltA VTOUY, 76 Chatham - street. rilHE subscriber returns his thanks to the JL public for their former patronage in the line of bis profe - ion, aud hopes for their future support. He l.kcwise informs Uiem that he ha - 00 hand a constant supply of curled hair, nianu factured expretsly for matrasses, uu an improved principle ; aod likewise e uaranteet the hair told by hiai to l e free Irom any impure smell, beiug well scoured, boiled and baked, and lieing ma uufacturcd by machinery, has an advantage over any other hair man nurtured id America 1 very texture and elasticity making it a savin; of twenty - live per cent to the purchaMr. WILLrWt JACKSON". N. B. Merchants anJ the trad in general will CoJ it U their advantage Io ell at above. 33 balct of hair in its rough ttate ; 6 bales t.f long borse - tail ; 2000 lbs of Ion hair drawn incher, clubbed ; COO dozen hair ticve bottom?. For tale as above. my 5 2m OIUME BEI F. 200 barrel, for sale by X CAMBr.LLEriU K r.AK.ftJ, JlO 67 Sosth ttrttt. . UNION LINE. v"v NO I1CE. . Foil PHILADELPHIA. - - - Twenty - five miles land carriage, via - Rcw - Brunswick and Trenton. ' t. la new post coaches $ 5 ' Do good stages , 4 60 Do forecastle or deck passengers, 3 50 Connected by the steam boat olive raawen and rHi.ADELraiA. The steam boat Olive Branch will leave New York every day, Sunday' excepted, from the north side of the Battery, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. Passengers will lodge at Trenton, and take the steamboat Philadelphia, so at to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, in time to take the Union Line Baltimore steam boats. - This line has a connection with the ber I boots on the Delaware aud Chesapeake to Norfolk ; at also those of the North River and Sound ; and their several arrivals arc calculated to cause little, if any delay. This is a speedy and certainly the roost conve - , nieut route, as the passengers will leave New - iora aner uie udiibtutrcn, ami delphia before the hours of business, without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the laud carriage bricg much less than by any other route between the two cities. For seats in the above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUES. At the Union Line Steam Coat Office, in Mar - ketficld street, north tide of the Battery, Between Greenwich and Washington streets, or to The CAPTAIN on board. 03" - AU goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. P For the further accommo dation of the public, the de parture of the f ireny irom New - York and Newburgh will be in luture on the following days : laie New York on Monday. Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newburgh on Tueday, r nday and cunoay at a a. ui. The above arraneenient will commence by the Firefly leaving Newburgh ou Sunday, the 24th May. The Western Stage leave Newburch itnnie diately after the arrival ol the FiVlly. mitt NOTICE. fj - Steam Boat Oi.ivk Bhancii will il every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round itfctateii NUuid, and occasion ally, ii tlit wmJ and tide will permit, to the hook. Thit beautiful sail will contribute both to health ami pleasure, and it at cheap a re creation at can be found. Partiet who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, give in their names the day preceding, at the office in Markettield street, north side ol the Bat tery. Oinncr on hoard, at me usual prices. Pa aire Bs children lulf price. my 13tf EASTOJS AP BETHLKHEM MKW LISK, VIA SIS.W - BRD.N8WICK. 0 - Passenger will leave New - York every Monday rfjjasliland Friday, at 11 o'clock, SmtiZmSA. M. in tlte steam boat 0:1. 1 Kranch : lodge at New Brunswick ; leave there, early nxt morning, and arrive at Eatton at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Returning, leave r.astou every Tuesday and rul.iy, at 5 o'clock, a. iTi , louse at liew sriinBwii.ii , aii,c n,cn York M 10 o'clock next mnrniug, in the tteain - hoat U.ive Bnnb. I he stage connected wit; this line is a anocl four - horse stage. rstage irom ii. uruniwuit 10 r.aiwn, jjju , from to Bethlehem, 75 ceuis. For ats in the above line,apply to WM P. JAQUEo,'ut the thiiaUelHiia union Line steam - ttoai uuice, north tide 01 the battrry. ROULRT LLieu.rropncior, Jel3tf MILLINERY, ice. IOHN WINTRINGHAM, Milliner, No. 125 ,1 Witliam - st. rrsntcti'ullv inloruis "his tiier.dt and Uie merchants in general, that he has moved from Np. 117 William street, to the above No. where he CRIMPS 8tin, Muilios, llibrx - nt, Crapes, Sc. at the shortest notice and lowest prices. Alto, Fancy, Lace, Sat tin, and Crape Triniuiingi. He has constantly 00 hand, split straw, and Leghorn hats, turbans, turbau fronts, colle - rets, Lc. One case superfine white chips, just imported and for sale by the dozen or tingle. ffZpt . Store No. 1 17 Wiluam - street to let, anu KjjjiJja number of glass cases for:ale. Je8 1m Cotton and jized in the chain, for tale Ly Je 5 197 Pearl - tret. To CarjitnlcTt, lJlastereri, Stone CutUri and carvers. THE BUILDER'S ASSISTANT I S tuoit reipecllully addressed, and worthy the 1 attention of every one, either luterested or directly concerned in building, as it contains tbe most uselul mailer in their reipeciiie pursuit! ; such at designs for Store Fronts, town and coun try Dwellings, with their detail, as Stair Cases, . , , rf., . ij. i ; , naniraiis.ivaHiDgiiou ningt, i - uum, iiuuu', naming, rvooim, rioonng, raniuonnig, spiral, Architraves, Cornichea, Frize, Arches, l onib. cups, oiniDie.viamiet, lenire r lowers, with a number of eiegant example of Foliage, Greek and Roman Mouldings, plain and enriched with Working Drawing of the rooit beauti ful specimen ol the order of Architecture, both Greek A Roman ; toe - ether with a description of the properties of all kind of materials used in the construction of buildings, n itb tbe p. ouortiont and best methxlol mixing SI working such as require to be compounded, so as to render them dura - hie. The strength, stress and best disposition of timber in Ir.inmig of carpentry, demonstrated. Specifications of the several works, with rules for estimating and measuring the tame. To facilitate the knowledge by these instructions, the letter press will tie accompanied witn laucop - r.1 .1... All r.i ,hl - l. rm ttrioinul .l,in. c.'. companied with definitions cf the most approved mcUiod 01 construction, character and application, from the best authority studied for their di rect use, aud made applicable to the present style of buil'ling in this couktry, with plan;, ele vations aud section, Py John llaviland, architect, and engraved by Hugh Bridport, artist. II. BRIDPORT most reipecUuIly informs the public, that he is on a visit to this city, for tbe purp ise of soliciting the ratronage of subscribers for the above work. The sanction of and name, of upwards of 150 subscribers at Philadelphia will, Lelcel atsoied, sufficiently recommend the merits of the wifrk a worthy their attention and that iioeral encouragement v.luch Ihry bate studied to merit, both in its design and the reasona ble term of it completion, w hich will be in 3 volume 01 nve nuuiDt - neacn tone number to be published monthly, at one dollar per number, payaoie on delivery to tuDscnoer ; to non - sub scrihers, when completed, 13. The first number is now ready for delivery, and may be seen, with the list ol subscribers, at mc'sr. ivira ano nierceurs siore, ivo.v: Wall - street, or at the residence of tbe proprietor. No 50 Broad street, where name will be received from those who wish to become subscriber U Ibe above work. Je 18 2w ELEPHANTS OIL VGRAT proportion of the cargo of the brig Jane Maria, will be stored and sold by the cask, in quantities to suit purchaser . 1'hi oil it i bi lieved is a pure and burn as wtU a summer strained sperm, oil, and is more valuable for the use of currier and woul manuf.irturer. For sale by J. BKERS, Je 17 29 Burling slip. , SO TJ1K FLU LIC. FOR tale an excellent (Loudon made) patent Mangle Thi article being of a different construction to the generality of Mangles, is worked with a deal less )aVoiir, is not so liable to g - t out of repair, nor do the v.orU require to I takru to pieces to clean W arranted in perfect order Enquire at 20 John - street. June 16 1w i .t r.11 to l.i.e, a e, a " Y CI, ftreet. ChapeL Pew, in St. Jnhn'a Lr.iuy e at No. 58 Hudson - afV"4"" i view of nccouioiodutuig tlie " .i public, by extending tf line r. - Atft Nntti. - h. mtcGu making Hit - eapesiiDeiit with the Fulton, Capt. Low, and this route (if.jcdnd practicable will be continued aunug ine season. - IL lute will iu future be from ivew - iorK to Norwich, as follows : The Connecticut, Copt Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, Wrdnctdasr and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in tbe morning, lor New - Haven. Joe ruiton, cape Law, will leave Norwich at 6 o'clock in the morning of.the same days, touch utJYcw - Londvn aud depart from thence for JVew - iVovm at 8 o'clock. J be boats will meet at JVev - Uaitn, and depart from thence every Monday, li'edntf sfay and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut lor .Veto - For, and the Fulton for jvtv - orton and J oticun. on 1 1 At At STEAM BOAT NAUTILUS. iiftij r The steam boat NAUT1 LUSwill hereafter ruu at iollowt. except 00 Sun i - 'dait. - LEAVE HEW - YORK, 5 o'clock iu the foreoooo, 8 do do 11 do do 2 o'clock in the afternoon. 6 do - do I.KAVK STATKIT ISLAND. 1 - 2 past 8 in the forenoon. 1 - 2 past 9 do 1 - 2 past 12 in tlte afternoon 3 o'clock d'i 1 - 2 pest 6 do 0! SVSU AYS LEAVE KtW - IORK, At 5 o'clock in the morning, 10 do do 1 o'clock in the afternoon, 4 do do J.EAVV STATES! ULAHD, At B o'clock in the forenoon, 1 - 2 past II o'clock do 1 - 2 past 2 o'clock in the afternoon, 7 o'clock do Passengers to tlte Narrows and Bath will, for the present, betaken down on Sunday morning. in the 10 o'clock boat, and be called for about half past a o'clock 111 the evening. The rare to etaten Island will be 25 cents, aud to Bath and the Nar rows, 50 cents. Children hall price. The NAUTILUS is a new boat of great speed in fine order, with good accommodation ; aud it propelled ou the Livingston ami Fulton plan. On account of the ptcittautiiesi of her tour, (lie ndinnlagct of Sea Bathing at the places she visits, the variety and beauty of the prospects they anora, the cheapness of the tare, aud the excel leoce of the reiretlimeiils and urcomincdntiont on board, excursions iu the Nautilus lor pleasure or buMUPss, will be found expeditious, ogreeable ano neauniui. as sne is lilted lor the transportation of Horses and Carriages, and the w harves and floats at New - York, Stateu - lsland and the Horse - Boat Ferry at the Biasing Slur, prepared for safe and commodious embarking and landing travellers io the Post Chaises, or in private carnages between New - York and Philadelphia, Trenton, Princeton, New Brun: wick, or Wood - bridge, will find tbe route by the Nautilus and tbe lurnniket across Staten - ltland to New Brunswick, the shortest, cheapest and most pleasant that can be selected. JOHN DEFOREST, Captain. Statcn - Isiand, 27ib Ma; - , 1818. my i!9 !m AtaitkbH and e anapoaicia jail - taiK' TllREB TIMC8 A WEEK. sKy, f EAVES Newburgh eve - rtel'PT! Sur,di,y Tuesday, rt ySwrlPgand Thursday morninns, at M cs reinree o'ciock, runs tjirough MoniKoinery, Bloominshnrgh, Mouticello. bv White Lake, Coihectou, Mount Pleasant, tireat uend, Chenango Point, Owrga, Itluca, and Ge neva, touananilaigua. Returning leaves Canandaigiu every Mon day, Weunenday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third dav in time to uke the Steam - boats - which arrive in New - Yoik the following mvniing. CT It may be txutcttd that at uti to t when the sttant - boali alter then days of naming, Unit this tine will alter to at to meet mem. The whole route will be perfomecl in three days, from the Grat of May, until the first of November ami from the nrat of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March untd the first of May, in tour days and from the Jolli December, tin til the fifteenth of March the same Imp will be continued to the city of New - York a. id run from (hence to Canandaigua in four day. Passenirers truvcllmir from New - Yoik to Canandaiirua, Niagara or Huflalo, can lea e N York in Uie evenintr steam boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three d t) s a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced dr.ver Every tten. tion will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it 1 believed that'the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. fjC) FARE from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOUR 1 EKN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the same line runs three times a week fiom Ithaca to Auburn. AUo, line runs from Owcgo Tioga Point, thence through Newto - n and Tanned Post, to Bath, Sic. V BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of th owners. David Godfrey, Bloomingburgh,' E. C. St. John. Mount Pleasant. L. & R. Manning, Chenango, iPropric Luther uere, Itluca, 1 toll Samuel Greenlin, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Luniing, mli 14 d6m jWHTH lilVEli STF.Al HOA tS sj - r""A.T 63 - On the Uth of May the Boats will commence 3 running four times a week as follows: A boat wul leate New - York on Tupsdar. at a - i i euuriuaj, ai o I . il . ; t riCfcJ , at A. M. and Saturday, at 5 P.M. of each week and a boat will leave Albany on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M. The above arrangement w ill commence by the Chancellor's leaving Albany on Monday, the 1 1 th .May, at 9 A. M. and tbe Richmond leaving iiew 1 or on 1 uetasy, ine ixw ai y The Fire - F ly leave New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, tat 9 A. M. for New bureh, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and 1 nuav, ai e n. - i. my z Jf.4JV.Vi W.Vi 1 - B1LIOUS FILLS V AfEJCH have been attended with a dtg;pe of tucceas highly grateful to the invent or' leeimg. in sevc - ial part of the West Indies, and tbe Southern and Middle Slates, particularly in New York,T'hiladelihia, Baltimore, tic, The operation ol these pilis are perfectly mild, o sis to be used by perions in every situation iut" 01 every age. They are excellently adapted to carry of tu pruous one, anu prevent us morbid aecielion to restore anJ aim nd ihearpetite: to produce free perspiration, and therehv nrpunt rnhl 1 .... - j - which Are olten of fata cons - einene - R. A Am never fails to remove a cold, if taken on it first appearance. They are an infallibte preventive ol Lilious and Malignant lever, and should be procured for use, by every seaman and traveller, Preiwred and told at LEE'S Medicine Store. No 46 idaiden Lane. Druggist and country (tore aveperi supplied 00 unerai lermt. my 10 ITJ. 2D LET. Iol2 A dry Cellar, under tbe home No. 29 t'lue - ttrect. enquire 01 ftl It. mylltf 134 Pearl - street "REWERY. For sale, a bargaiu, a Brew M - 9 ery SI Alalt House conuected, in the ci of Hudson. The buildirgs are stoue, aod par ticularly well c alculated for the business. Il iluated in the miuSt of a barley country, . and has many other advantages. It is certainly an object for those witluug to engage in tos business. It is the ouV brewery io the couctry. This property will be fold cheap. Terms liberal 1 title good. For further particulars apply to M. MULDEN, No. 78 Maiden - lane, New - .York ; or J. NIXON, Jr. near the premise. Ju.uo.13tf - - stisMrtlBt; pifcnt'kMiw host is distia. aid. . ' ween thing that differ. . DOCTOR HORNE,fo,rai.rt, f the city of London, an ' cuiuer in ut lOCUlty of phvsla and sergery there, deans ItWd. ty to repeat sojue ooservatioat L the abuse of MERCURY a rath, inditcriminate, and imqh ted .m .thereof, ba. been p$s tve of infinite jiart,;.r iJ land ar rmill. n....i:. j . ,'uoa. - - j uuiuucu uui 01 erj - Theidieae we have in view owes its fv" UI result chiefly to thit source. Ik!1 Toun toe hope, of hi coOfitry, to'j tbe darlmg of hi. parent, thould be nitc&ed la wavfrnm kII h i - - eu ft. by&encerne tod by a disease not in tU own nature fatal. wluch only proves so from neglect or irnwort. treatment.". A gentleman, B(lat. Dr.1?& U.t) now perfectly hearty and well, had hi.: onuerpnywetans cf geneil practice, six year, and repeatedly sativab d ; when recomintndedU Lr. H. (by a grttleman f thw city) hi. boni! - - - - - . iiiufuimr irorji them - his fnendt declared he could not nnl.i ... - two months longer. Thousand, experimental! - know with what ease and safety Dr. fl .rad, cate the severest catos, and confirms the comk cessary to guard the public against the aoui Ii mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth. Perton, therefore, having contracJed a nri" vate disorder, or suspecting latent poison, mil admonished not to tamper with their conitit," tion, or conceal the unorder, till put retors - ry ; others having Uie remain of an old case! or other impurities of the blood, aswellatota. r complaints of a delicate nature, in eilhtr sex. should remember posterity, and do juitic (0 Dr. H. at his old and 1?..? lisbmentNo. 64 Wider - street, four bouse weit ofOld - thp, to obtain Oiat prompt aatittancea - ivm VM.uiaim yt CTOll UllCJOMire, Alld htlm let me claim yoor terioa atteution Reaceaili. a uirticial cure mi no cure at all 1 mil... ti Jlr sinetsi radically done, you will certainly havi Ui disorder break out again with redoubled ml linily, at tome future period ; perhao then win betoolate for remedy.' Don't yoaoKec? n the ttrecU miserable, mublated heine. w;ih? even a bit of noae ou their fate I TakV - Ut I b. - .teech you. Dr. H't. character for (kill and .tuhbom tnie - ti'v being universally known in th;. im, guarantee to pafienU that delicacy ind . - crer.y iiitherto unknown, aud having confined bin pracUce foryear patt, exclusively to th cureol diseases of the Wood system, they may safely calculate ou the moat decided advantages iu con sulting ISt. II. Gleets eradicated in twe or three weeks. Strictures removed without bougies nt an nih. er iiittrumrnt ; and all debilities; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's ttr. . A plurality of oflice are prorided, and so sitt. ated that patients are not exposed to each other' oservation. upea tin nail patt U in tbe evening. AI! pertons concerned are invited to be fr, ailing, and tiieakingwiUi Dr. H. which it ira of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid tl. expression of gratitude for innumerable teenm. uunilations, aud for the decided preference fit ia presumeo - wunjusicausc; long given Cub by judicious puhlic. ct. u. ah ituersmusi oe pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 Iv XLFIULU tiiALKKHi XOR l.VtOSl' milk DR. EVANS' tuporUi .method of curing a certain Disease, itnow universally acknowlufgr d in thi city; bis mode of treatment it perfectly mild. tafe. ex - neunious. and his cbnri icasonable. In every ir. itance he warrant a cur, nd will return the pay if be doet not perform agreeable - to contract. Tim iinctttt secrecy a war ohferrert. There are muny perton in thit city w.d it vi cinity, laboring under vartou chronic diteate, such a cancer, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula.' r.r kins evil, fi - tuias, disease of the nrainrtv, bladder and kiiinies, old complicated complaint of a certain nature, biliou and other obit ruo ' tions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider incu - - . ' . . . - : . 1 1 1 . - , . able, tney can ceriHiuiy ir. f:urca tin general .y applying at Dr.EVANS'S Medical Store, No. i. 1'eck - slip, having practised in exUhsira hospitulsin Luroe t years, under some of the first Surgeons and Phytkins in the world, and made tliosc obstinate discatei hit constant study for 30 years. Oct It - XT3 The tubscriltr having recently returned from England with an important improvement on the artificial spring LEG, he takct this method . of informing bis friends and tbe public, that all ' those who are to unfortunate as to be In want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap - : plying at no. 77 lisrclay - street, New - York. Jau 2 WM. rURVIP. - JjiUiintll S - I , FRU.MENTO, No. 1 Wall - street, Jutt re - , L. turned frcro Italy, bat the honour to inform Ih Pnllempfll. thflt h flilannfl ftrpaaft hair in the latest style, aud in a maimer so as to adopt it to the phisiognomy. He has U,t sale a qaanti - ty of RAZORS of the first quality, if they do : not please on trial, the purchasers aie at liberty to return them, and receive the money. He ba iiRewise procured a very hoe hone, aad engage to icstore raiort to a very keen edge and should thev not lit he will receive no recommence. - Those gentlemen who may pleue to honor hint with Uieir patronage, may depend on the most particular and respectful attendance. Frumento has iust receivtd a few setts ot tlje celebrated Marin uim False Back Razors, wrir - ranted of Damascus steel 01 a superior quad ly. Amateurs may shave themselves luxuriously.; - , N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe Ly the q iar - 1 .. - .111 I - t n u . ... . ici win units uicir lOEVia, v.. Ci ciuun H for themselves. P. S. A good journeyman wanted. A ply a above. inh 1 1 tf may 27 ACCESS fAT sappljf of la dies Beavei IlIaL't fresh from t ht ma nufactory, ; tunable for the snath - ern inatk it, and packed .: it tlie shortest notice, jNvilf ON'S, ICO Bi dsdaay MIK banknote of all the banks b twee a thiscitv and Albany, received a 1 oor Ex change Office at 3 - 4 per cent discount ; of all th banks above Albany I 1 - 4 discount; a fidallCott - ne lirut ncite ;il !t d lr rUt (liar. Mil It. i.irixr.sTitJV a - Ti met. 29 Wall - st. directly under the Exc' aange Bank. Je II 2w NEW - VORR: PR1XTED A.D 1'UB) L1SUED ay juiistt.t t.i i ji jyj r v,c. No. 4'J Wn.MAf - TaFT - v proiitK $

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