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HANCERY. ' ' STATE OF HEW - TORtf, . nuance of a decretal order of thi hooora t court, bearing date the sixteenth day or cMer ratt,wilf ne 101a at. puonc aiicuon, amie . f online Toffee House, in the citT of New - York. amk - r the direct. of the subscriber, on oftne nmim or this court, on Wt&nuaaa the laenlh day of January next, at t we've o'clock, at soon, all that certain lot, tract or pnrcel ol land, ua V (I iu Uie county of Delaware, in the ttate of new - York, aud in t - van' ratent, aim Known or - ' great lot thirty Tour, and bounded a follow : be - giuninsata ttake odheapoftonencara beecli live, marked no. 34 and 37 ; being tne nonneat corner of lot thirty tevtn ; thence along the north ttovvA thereof outli eighty nine degree, wen one hundred and twenty eight cnami ana ninety m links to a beech tree marked it a, J ana JieiiMT tt, totrilieittt corner of lot I No - 33i) Rum ber thirty three ; thence along the eait boundi . thereof, north threo degree, east eighty one rhnina - H imonls link, la a beech tree marked No.SI and3l t the . - t alons the aduth hrund of lot (.No. 31) numherUiiny one, norm eipin oiiw degree, ent the dUtonce of one hundred and four ' chains, t a lae and nenp or imnn , outh thirty five chain and twenty four Unk to beech tree marked No. 6 t thence north eighty . nine dogrer, eat twenty chain to me wesi bound of lot thirty fire tiience along (he same outh forty four chaini and ninety six liaks to the place of beginning ; containing nine hundred and forty nine acre and three fourth of an acre ol land, with the appurtenance. And also, ail that certain ether lot, tract, or parcel of land, litua ted in the county, of Delaware, in the ilate of Nr. w - York, ia Evan' Patent, and known by great lot thirty seven, and if bounded ai follow! ." - Beginnint? at a liemlock tree marked No. 37 and 40, being the northeast cor ner of lot No. (40) number forty ; thence alor - g the noith boundi thereof, .outh, eighty nine degree, west one hundred and thirty - four choini and ten link to a beech lapling marked No. 38 4: 37 ; thence north three degree, east eventy eight chant to a Beech tree with stone round it : thtnee on the touth boundi of lot thirty four north eighty nioe degree, at one hundred and thirty chains to n Birch tree marked thirty - leven and thirty - eight thence on the wert boundi ol lot thirty - eight, touth seventy - eight chains to the place of beginning, containing .one thousand and twenty - four acre and one rourrn or an acre oi laou wiin me appurieuuui.c. .fated, Decemiier z, tun. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Drc3 1aw4&dt Matter in Chancery Q5r The sale of the above pro4rty it postuo nca to we eignieentn aayoi renruary next si u. same hour aud place. Dated Jan. 7, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 7 Cawti Matter in Chancery. ' Tho tale of the above property is otponed to tne 12th day ol May next, ai trie tame hour ami place. Waled ren. in, ibis. JAMES A. HAMILTON, feb 13 lawld. ' Matter in Chant err The tale of the above properly ii po - tnoned lo the T - Sd day of June next, at the same nour ami place. Dated May li, 1318. . ; JAMES A. HAMILTON, - kit 14 lawfds - . Matter in Chancery ' ' The tuie ef the above property it postponed to tnu I5tb day oi Augii - t nett, at uie lame nour apa place. Lweu juner - iii, ioit. J.111E3 A, HAMILTON, - Jetl lawtd ' Master in Chanrrry, IN CHANCERY, NEUWEiLSEk. Between Gertrude Sip, Complain - ) ant, ami (On bill, ic. Biroahaj Siaiesun, Eleanor Ei!er. Henry Esilrr, Ji tui faster, Peter r Order fur ' Essle'r, Jartts Essler, aud Juhu I publication Van Ordej, Ueiendant. J MAT 2?, 1818. IT appearing to the court, that pr cess of sub - pos. - u to appear, huth isuaJ ng. - drtt the a - bove defendant!, and that Eleanor Esslor, Henry Essler, Jol'n Estler, I'eter Easier, J nine E - s - kr and John Van Ordcn, six of the deft ndint in this suit, have net caused their appearance to be entered as, according to the rule of tl.is court, Ihetume'oulil to have been entered, in care . such process had been duly served ; ami it also appearing by alu.lavit to the satisfaction nf the . ca.Miccllor, that the aid Eleanor Essler, Henry Estler, John Elder, Peter Essler, James Essler, anl J .Mill V an Uruen, are nut r. tins stnt, and retide in (he state of New York. Upn ojienitig ti f inhtter thin d,iv to the court, on behalf oi Theodore t'reliiighiiyren, tolicitr r of the complainant, th chancellor doth order and direct the said Eleanor Eis.'er, Henry Essler, John Essler, fYfr E'ller, Jamei Essler and Jom Van Orden, to appear, plead, answer or demur to the coin - plaiunt'i bill, on or before Uie first day of the niiit slated term of this court, and in case they shall fail su lo do, the complainant's mid bill ' (hall he taken a confessed against theui, or either of Uwiu so fading to appear, plead, answer or deinnr as aforesaid, and thereupon such decree ihr.f! be made as the Chancellor shall think erjui - table and just. And it is furlher ordered, that a copy of this order be published uithit twenty d.islrom the date hereof in the Newark Me - tenger, a newrpaper printed and published at Newark, io this tatu, lor the space of six weeks mrceeiively, once at least in each week, and also that a copy of this order be posted up at the Court House of the county of Esses, and published in one of the newspapers printed in the city ol , New - York, for four eeks, at least once in each week. A true copy. ISAAC II. WILLIAMSON, C. - V,n. HvtH, tl'k. Je6law4w TAMMANY HALL. TtHE copartnership, heretofore existing be - J. twern IABRAMAM B. MAR.Tl.INli and . WILLIAM 0. COZZENS. was dissolved on the 1st of April last, by uiulu I conrcnt. The estab lishment will be continued by the iuhscrilier. ; '1 be situation of TAMMANY HALL is pro ' Imhlv unrivalled in this citv facing the 1'ark am! the Ci'Y Hall. and within a minute1 walk of the Theatre, Academy of the Fine Arts, Mu ttuin. kc. It nrestiits indiicen.enls for air, pros - - p' t, convenience and accommodation, interior to none in tl.is city. 1 mveiier ir - ru trie uitier - ent states in the union, and from this stale, will litid at Tammany Hall alariltr well itoc ked with ill the delicacies of - the season, choice Wines, i:trv lied Chamber, and every convenience that ran be expected, and on the most moderate terms. Jo 11 1m WM. B. COZZF.NS, LO I S I O LEASE AT 1 HE NOK I li HIV Lrl CJITUATE between Barclay aud Murray tZJ itreals, Chamber and Reed - streets, JaynnJ tlarrisou - tlreets, and orth Moor and Bcaih - jlrecU, at a price very comiderably lcs than m - ture - t on their value, and at the expiration of fK - term the building to be fairly valued aud t .? ... ' I piu r, or a new lease :ramei. . . 1 Alto, to let by the year at a low rate, several lo't or yard 00 the waler, well calculated fur ,uu ..c , F,irr oi.wri., ... r : f . ;iply to PH. RHINELANDER, 31 Park, n...rl'i.Th..l ..w. , Several of the above lot will be sold at a mo - derate price and on a liberal credit. A small j .rt ion of the money only t rill be required. June M II Ort SALE On TO LKJIHE. l) Ixttiin Uie 5. 6. 8. and 10 Ward: many oi .i..rh are on regulated and peved street. 'No or a y will ti required under ten years, if told, i:.t..:est excepted. houses, H.yeral two and three story houses, on w hich b , ot parlof the money remain on morteaee. LAMM.N.iATRKDHOOKf 6 Anxc:ient.taiid fcr h.i... ...i, ro'i.'e aral haiii MWMU ,Ul s it . ., - - - - y is ii f,TTi irr , . JO LET, 1 ue rie - ?ni J storv knni !W 11.. j . t, which rc - imands a pleasant view of! uiu river. 1 ossessiou may be bad in a - r vale, tfce lernitnrecfsaid bouse. Ui. . ju;.'y well ,tted, aud suitable to a II Mted, a 1 a above. i. - y. a?m ; l)ilO ,.H WOOl L - - j . . . . I Nei rNVw - Haven w.VhVn A ,kl Tlm' i'. e - d,n".tr '. - 0 aces of land, and a , v'i .utr Wl.,Ch? wl!i"y be r I - I: - ', Tt m "y - fwMe, lor each S, Mti o. ajureenwichttreet. a in ol in C with are ven 64 will the last uhiii JL line - on by well auy very will long I or this find ing I s r LC 1 AC ES, in gold, .ilver. plated, gilt, HI and tortoise shell frames, with convex, con - cave,orgreeD eyes. - lso, pebhlm gogtrles Irr weak eye., opera, wadirrgaod aaiyUf t'a.. - es, eye glaset with gold or silver for thes - iorl MAHOGANY S0FA8. CHAIR ASD CAW - MA - AO li M AX - STREET. . rrHKauhicriber he leave to return bliaia X cere thanks to those Jadie and gentleaea who have been kind enough to booor him with uicircoiuiiiauuf, auu to iniurm uicus, wn mirera ol handsome furniture in general, that be hai on hand toma verv elerant solas, coairi. hrokn iinil extending liate nt dining ta bit, grand sideboard, inlaid with high polijhed ornamental orasa - wor K and rose - wooo, u blei to match, Grecian couchet, - ofaa, chaise lounge, music stool, chair, sc. AW), U hrary step chair, the utility of which be partico lurlv ivroinni'llrts. i All furniture warranted of the bet quality and workmanship, aud of the newest European losn ion. . Order executed to any part of the onion to anv drawinir, on the most reasonable term and punctuality lor earn. Ladie or eentlemec having fancy woods, may have them manufactured to any article uiey wisb, by applying ai above ' UH i.iL&. A house and farm on Throg'i rteck, in the town and countv of Westchester, fourteen miles from New - York. The farm contain a - bout one hundred acre of excellent land in good tence a large bam and other convenient out - buildtrgs, a good house twuitorie Inch, with four rooms on each door, elegantly situated on the bank of the Eatt River : the ritualion n - comiunnly healthy ; the nciphhourhoud the most rctpeciaiiie ; anuoiiance oi iruuoi uie oesi seiec - inn : acaie and shell dmkui erent vtiriety tafcen be lore the Anute. Kor further ioformatiun ainlv tome sui)scrioeron uie preiuisef. my i Tin &i Krir.n k. itt.irr .MA.. Male ntW'ew York, if N pursuance of a decrt tal order of the honora ble the court of thanrrrr of this (t.itr. bear ing date toe u.ui day f I Jm:e, lhlu, will he sold at public auction, at the 1 mtine Cclue House. in the city of N. York, under the direction of the subscriber, one of the matters of the taidcourt, on the 3d day of July next, at I'J o'clock at noon, all thai certain dwf I ing house and lot ofgrr.und situate, King and being io tl.ecity of New YorH, ami wmcn in a ccruiu inutniare made me se - cond day of February, in the year of our Lord one tnousand eight hundred and nine, between Richard llurtshorne, John'l'itus, W illiam Hart - horne, Thomas Ustii k, JametOnderdor.k, Mary Titus, William Ustick, Jane Hattshorne and Heborah Ouderdonk, of the lir.'t part, and Edmund Kimeudorf, of the scond part, i described follow, lo wit : All that certain dwelling house and lot of ground, (ilunte, lying and being in Uie iccoud ward of the city of New York, and known and distingutbed by the number sixty nine William street ; which said lot i bounded front by William street, on the northwest side by the house and lot of ground now or formeilv ute property oi ihviu jonnn, on ine souineaci side oy the house and lot now or lorruerlv feter Kogart ; containing in breadth in trout twenty live feet, in the rear twenty eight feet ; depth n the south east side twenty one feet. and on the south tweuty seven leet four and a half inches, be Uie tame mote or It; together witn all and singular the hereditaments and ap purtenances to the same iieiongnig or in any wise appertaining. Dated New York, June 9, Iblif. P. O. IJILURETII, Master in hancery. Je 9 dts MONT - ALTA Eor SAL,Eorto LEI', and immediate itotsessiim given, the beautiful place called Jlonl - Alla, seven mil Irnoi the ity - Hall, on the North River, adjoining Lord Court nay's. It cordain SO acres of land under improvement, with a large, garden well slocked K'elables ii variety of fruit, with ever contcmence frr n family. Kor terms, svhicri very reasonable, mid if sold a long credit ei - if wanted. 'ipply to N. ti D. TALCOT I', South - street. Je 12 KOL'R'I H JL'LY JUBILEE. BOOTHS. - Place for erecting Booths at the Park and Bowlins Grceo the 4th Julv next. be assigned on Thurviav the 18th instant, at lheuty - Iir.il, rr'.wecn the hour of 3 and 10 in forenoon. Those persons who occupied the in year will hve the preference, if applied lor i - rniay uie goin insinnt. je 10 LLHLEiJ H.ilU .)f.iAVKiCTOHir 76 Cbatbam - rtrrct. riHE subscriber return his thank to the public for their former patronage iu the of his profeff ion, and hope lor their future iipport. He likewise inform them that he h:is hand a constant surlily of curled hair, manu factured expressly for matrassc, on an improvcJ principle ; and likewise guarantee the hair sold him to be free from any impure smell, being scoured, boiled and bikcd. an J being ma nufactured by machinery, lias an advantage over other hair manufactured iu America its texture and elasticity making il a tav.n ol twenty - five per ccut to the purchaser. WILLIAM JACKSON. N. B. Merchant and the trade in general find it to their advantage to call as above. 30 bales of hair iu its rough state ; 6 bales ol horse - tvl ; ?f KVO lb ol long hair drawn 30 inches, c'ubkod ; COO dozen hair sieve bot'ora?. sale as above. my 5 Vui THE FINE ARTS. 1 MONOST the Drt sent numerous e vhil itir.11. r. of this city, M. PAFF Matters hinnelf that lovers of genuine works of old master, will hit GALLERY OF PAINTINGS, No. 20 vvall - street, worthy their attention, and present tnem at the smallest expense with the most extensive gratification. N. B. Old Dainlin.ts reDnired and restored to their original lustre, or purchased at their utmost vaiue. niV 2U tl MEDICAL AID. p R. CORN WELL, who is JL a member of the Coniora. lion of Surgeons of Ignition, and who has bad much experience in the line of bis profession f r more than twenty vearo. has lately arrived in this city, and being well apprised of the treat crinth ( I Ltrte it generally take to introduce a medical gentleman into practice in Uie cofnmon reserved wsy, fakes this method to interna the public, that be ha taken the iituatinn, o. wa 1 r.tv, S 1 ivr.r. I . corner of Dover - treet his doer in Dover - street bis name on the. door bis in, a Mortar; where he will be found ready to wait nn tlmse that please to apply for bis medical aid. in the different branches of surgery, and the practic r lit,..;.. v. iiij..vSr,r.nr, a . t : 11 r : a " ' irapoiency, ana a rer com'' " .nc,"enl 10 ?mn x ' Itsc . f IC av a irir ICII. C HI IIE rnr. of thousninU. without niw. Imur. .I.t.m;. fr,,m ,,.;.... nrrh,,a. r,t.t . . - V ? a - " .a" - ;1. iii.coverv nr ine rami iniimaip iripnn. iVT - And in all cases of confidence, the s - rpt et secrecy will he strictly observed. He has no shopman, or any person iu partnership with nun N. B. Attendance will be riven to oatieot - l. - om sun - rise until if o'clock in the evenin; JeK lra ITi xfeyr ANDERSON, at hi manufactory, 5 - rMai - .. den late, has on hand a fine assortment of sighted, botanical glnvrs fioeoproyers, and wj - re i..e. cases m a aricty. J. A. cnotinars to manuiai lure Cane's in every variety, and hat r a band a very elegant assortment of sword and otlr Canes, niiinnle l fn anil I T 1 V . wn.,,,'' and reUil - ditcount liberal ti wholesale dealers. JP r.A'N Ks U(1 SPECT CLF.S made .nd "e In fiLI i - moid or,i.r - p(t glk - ses bttrd .. ' r? r0"'! attention paid to those who rj ior cpectacles. my JU 1m to tie lo in il I WHEATON'S ITCn OINTMENT. THE loog and ttcceful osa of this ointment is a Mtficieflt recommendation, a it Lts been found to be a pieaiattt, fe and certain re' medy for that disagreeable disease in all it tta - 5es. It it for sale in the city of New - York, by . A. Ii VT. Jt. tost, No. 41 Williant - ttreet; l. iL T. Clark. No. bo .Maiden - Lane II. It ticbieiTelin ii Co. No. 193 fearl - itreet ? Law - rente & Ktese. No. 195 rearl - atreet t Hull Bowne, 146 Fearl - itreet ; R, ti L. Murray, 312 I earl - street ; J. ftl. rtradiiurtt, 314 reari - itreet ; John Feuford. No. 4 Ereti ber - sfreet : Darvee & Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, lull uretowich - street; John V. rfiihcr, 108 Uroad way ; Walters seaman, cornel of Lhamber - it. and Broadway, and also in Chalham - strecti and in hort it may be procured at most of the Drug Store in tin city - Also in Philadelphia, of S. witnereii Jr sons : ueorse uaneii .ivorm u ko - , ' i. . J . . . . . gen, and almost a the druggist m Uie principal n mi a an Ika F n.l. (.laifata. unu iu un Vra .o.t.. . i.istiovit:. WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS mat lie had at the ahove place. anv2oin VALUABLE KESAL Ea EUR SALE, H THX t ITT OF 1SEW - TORK. I.IVE lots of eround on the west side of Green - V wich - itreet, betweeu Vestry and Desbroa - fes - itreeti, 15 hy w. i our uo in me rear oi rne a nove, tonting on I tne eatt udeol vvashiogton - itreer, Z5 hy his. Eight do in the block below, between Wash - ingtuu and West - streetr. in Montgomery Lounty. 6000 acre of Land in Lawrence' purchase, near East Canada Creek, on the north side o: tha. Mrhl. - aM.lr I In Franklin County. 15,162 acres of Land, iu the town of Mouut Morris and Dayton. In Lssrx Lounfy. 703 acres of Laud in the town of Barrystiore. lo the County of Lewi. 1250 acre of land iu Catttrlaud. Chasanif Purchase. In Saratosa Countv. 9600 acres in Palmer' purchase. Enquire at the office oftiie subscriber. 34 Ce - dar - ilreet. BEV. ROBINSON. n.h!7lf UEKGEN C'Ri liA.Na CUtKI', 0( the Term of Man.li, 1CIC. Catharine Schuyler, Y Administratrix, Ac. f ol John A. Schuyler Rule, under Statute. deceased. ;, 'I 11 E court order and direct, That Catharine e are not inferior to any other now running be - X ' Schuyler administratrix of the goods, chit - ttteen these two cities. The beautiful country. tels and credits of John A. Schuyler, deceased, trite public notice to the t rrditors of the dece - dent to bring in their claims and demands against the estate ol Uie said decedent, on or before the first day of May, in the year of our Lord eich - teen hundred and nine - teen, hy putting up notices to that ellect in live of the most public place in me lumiij ui oi - Fcrn, tor uie snare ot two " nun Bim - riijin tne tame tor trie hkc i ... .. l . I . i . : ' . . . a - I aper printed and published in the city of New - ap2S JOHN A. BOYD.Sur'gate. G. SAUNDER'd PATENT RAZOR STROP. You that wish to shave with ease, Buy of Savuders if you please ; Hit Razor Strop', peculiar uch, That shams the Razor with a touch. Ct SAUNDERS respectfully solicit those J . who have uot got his Patent Razor Sttop, liiniish themselves with hi new invented Ra zor Stiup, and Metallic Composition. No gen man who once make trial ofone of the Strops now offered, will ever try any others; and uch is thiir formation, that ever to mm h use will not give the razors that mtindnes which renders U.e best of them ustlts, nnd w hich is well know n al ways to lollowthe application of all those hither mv nted. ine ahove strops nre in general ysniiiiiew s ora, ana are ui - tinguisned irom a.l others, nainers who have used them eav more I their praise than 1 can nivself. , , - 1 t cirfvnrua 1H Wall - street. Alro for nlc, Razors, Soap, and evry utrn - for Shavine, of the first uualitv, with a supe rior nstorlmi tit of Perfumery, Hair - Powdir, Ate. from Snivth's. New lioml stieet. london. N, U. l'he most liberal allowance made to dealer. my Si FUH H.IL1C, Hii)Vur "nangea lor property iu ihiacny; A neat country hotie 111 the vitanity ol Lti - zabrth - town, (N. J.) beautifully situated on the post - rotd ; at present in the occupation of IKct. tir ott. Ii contain erlit rooms w ith a piazza in front ami rear, a good kitchen, vali - house, milk - room, and celler, there ii also, a coach - bouse, stable for two horses, and other convenient out buildings, all in good repair, about an acre of land, laid out in a handsome garden and orchard, which allord a variety of choice fruit, asparagus, sc. and a well of excellent water, with a pump. Terms will be made liberal. Apply to JACKSONfc WOOLLEY, Je 1 I in 75 Wall street. TRAPS. 'IMIK newly invented patent Box Trap, for I tale at 130 Water - street. Je 13 T Carpinlcrt, Plniltreri, itotu Lulttrt and Larrrrs. THE BUILDER'S ASSISTANT IS moil lespectfully addressed, and worthy the atttntinn of every onf, either interested or directly concerned in building, as it contains the most iiei matter in their respective pursuits; such as designs lor Store Fronts, town and country Dwellings, with their detail, as Stair Cases. Haiid - rails'Kaking Mouldings, Doors, Window, framing, not prig, r looting, rartitioning, !Pi ral. Architrave. Corniehrs. Prize. Arches. Tomb. Steps, MarblcMantlcs, Centre Flower, with a number of elegant example of Foliage, urreK and uom.in .viuuMnns, plain and enneh ed with Worktns Draninui of the most beauti fulapecimen of the orders of Architecture, both Greek A Roman ; together with a description of tne properties of all kiuds of materials used in the cutistriK lion of buildings, with the proportions and htst metlnd of mixing X working such as require to be com pounded, sj as to render them aura - hie. The strength, stres and best disposition of tiinhei in framihs of cariientry, oVmonsirated. ppecil'n ation of tut several work, w ith rules i jr estimating aad n.ea - urirg the same. To fa cilitute the knowledge by these iastructinns, the letter press w ill he uccoiapanted with 150 cop per - plates (01 of which are orininal designs) ac ctmpauied wiUi definitions of flit most approved ineuiwi 01 eoi.nrucnoo. cnaract - r and implica tion, from the best anliinrity studied for their di rect ue, ami marie applicable to the present style of run'eliot; in this coui try. wilh nlans. ele vations and sections, by John H .inland, nrchi - tei 1, annengr ved oy Hugh bridport,arlit. 1 M. UR1DPOKT most respectfully inform the public, that he is on a visit to this lity, for tl!e purpoie'of soliciting the patronage 01" subscribed for the above work. The sanrli. ol nnd names of upwards of 150 ubscrirr at Pluladelrhia will, he if els assured, sufficiently recommend the merits of the work as worUiy tUir atteuUenand that liberal encQiiragrmnt which they have studied to merit, botn m its design an 1 the reasonable terms of it completion, w hich w ill be in 3 vo'umt - snf hve numbers each tone number to be published monthly, at me dillur per number, p iy iiileoo di. - livery to subscriber ; to non - sub - strihers, when computed, $13. I he tirst number t now retdy for delivery, and may be teen, with the list 01 subscribers, at Mems. kirk anl Men em's store. !o.Ti Wall - street, win re names will be received from thoe wr.JHi - hto become subscriber to the above worn. je .3 Sw fffiL "FOfl S.1IJC, A farm of between sii'v anl seventy acre - , situate on Ihe wet hank ef Lake Otsego, and one mile from the vi'laee of C.miirndown. On it are anew stone house 54 feet square; a new farm liouv, ham, Uc. It loru.t a desirable es tabliihnieul for a gtntJcmau w itldng to retire into the country, a ilt situation, at lo prospect, convenience to mat ket, kc. is not surpassed bv any inthe irtelior of the state. It will he told low lor ca - h, on a credit, or exch wed for pro - . - ., r . ' a a a . 1 " uii'i (pw, c. n; - y ' tn!r to II. D k K. SEDGWICK. my 7 If Law Buildir gs. . POST COACH ad STEAM - BOAT LINE, Fun r a IL - JI u n.ru .. Bt WAT Or KLICABCTHTOWir roiiT. (1'hrougb io One Day.) . A NEW Line of Pot Coache withevery con venience for paenger and baggage, on jSwi, - , ttart from the Coach otlice, No. 1 Courtland - treef, near Broadway, New - York, every momj,, - , (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock. in ufe steiinl out Atalanta, via Elixabelhtown, i u :i. u.. i ni,. tinaint. am uiilMlwiin, I lliiv.:wii, iicu.w .uw.. - w., arrive Bt fwiadeluhia the ame afternoon, at I . . . I J n'l'lu St. . ' A second Line of new Post Coache will tart from New - York everv moraine. (Sundry ex - cepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalan - ta, lodge at Trinton.and arrive nt Philadelphia, in a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollar. P. S. Passereer are n questtd to call and take their Seat at the otTice No. I t'ourtland - t. N. Y. United Slate Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience for passenger and naggage, on springs. The U. S. mail coach will start from Uie coach office. No. 1 Courtlandt - at. New - York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at I lol - adclphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Ouly b pa - - PIM - PM Aflmit f l. . I - or eat in the above named Line, appiy iw THUS. WHI I r 1EI.U, at the old eslai. isi.i Coach, and b' tea in Boat otlice. No. 1 Court - iRnai - mcei, near me corner oi Dronowat, ncn - York ; or to A. T.GOODRICH Si CO. No. 124 liroadway, cornt r of Cedar - street, and at No. 53 W hitehall - tnet. New - York. . (& - All good and baggage - nt the risk of the uur. JOSEPH LYON, bt.3 a tu. N. B Expresse cnt to any part of the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITEIELD. Je IU - . SWIFT - SURK MAIL COACHES, for rniLADKi.riiiA, jtL - jrer - - JT Tff1 ee y iiiuiiiiiie .runuuj c - SptiTratrt'ceptid) at UoWk, aud ar - Lrf' ysv " ri ve in Philadelphia next da to iluuier. The publick house are good, nnd reasonable in their chanres. Tbedrivers. horseiandcoacb - and the excellence of the roads on this rout, con nectet wPh the safety, comfort, and reasonable explicit, are beleived to be strong inducements to travclleri in irivint? this line a decided Drel'er encr. The strictest attention will be observed bv the orourietor in eivine eeneral satisfaction All baggage and packages will go at the risk of line ounir on mtiireil arm receiisren Ijr DV me cleru ot said Olnce. . . . . . 1 Stage fare only $5, with a generous allowance of htt - 's'nsp. Kirtio wishinir lo travel at tiieir leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusiv ely to themselves, by applytrgone day previous to starting. For seat apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlaudt - treet, New - York. liu, eu.t, L, ap s Proprietor. UNION LINE am FOR P III LA D E LP HI A. Twenty - five ir.ilt land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. n new po.t coache Do srood stagt 4 50 Do loivf - Antlf or nftnirnrers. 11 Alt Connt cted by the steam boats oi.ivn nnAtscn a(ll rill.Ai)KLi - uiA. Ti e steam boat Olive !, - ..h ,. .11 i.n,.v... Vn,tr . - .v ,. s..... daj's excepted, from the north side of the Bat jl.a...,. .. I. .V . v. a. v.. ... m - ... ...... ww. tery, at 1 1 oVIocK, A. M. I'assengcrs will loge . p . I .. 1. , 1 .. - . 1 .. i.i :in.i..i ill I ICIiloll. mill luhc (lie v.r.iii tnjnx iiimitci - nbia. so astoariive in I'hiladt - lphia at lOu'clock tne next morning, ill lime iu ukc me uuiuu e.iur a .a...i...ti: Baltimore steam boats. Phis line has n cnnuerticn with the best boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake In Norlolk ; as also those of the North River and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated to cause lit tie, if any delay. '1 his is a speedy and certainly the most conve nient route, as the passerger will leave Now - York after the banks own, and arrive in Phil a delphia belore the hours of busioelt, without fa tigue in travelling or want 01 sleep, ine land car rinse heing much less than oy any ether route fie tween the two cities. For seat in the ahove line apply to WILLIAM B. J AGUES. At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in .Mar - ketfield street, north side of the Battery, between Greenwich and Washington streets, or to The CAfi'AIN on board. 0 All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. ap 4 NOl'lCr. For the further accommo dation of the put lie, the de - tparture ol U.e r trefly Iron. jS'ew - York nnd Newburgl will be iu luture on the following days : Leave New York on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newburgli on Tuesday. Friday and Sunday at 8 A. M. The above arrangement iv ill iinimcnre by the Firefly leaving Newhurgh oil Sunday, the i' llfi May. 1 he Western Stage leaves NewburgU immediately alter the arrival ol the Firefly, my ii EAilOB AND BKTHI.KBKM SEW LISA, VIA NF.W - BRINSWHK.I fj7 Pasrenger will leave ew - York every Monday aud Friday, at 1 1 o'clrx U, A. M. in Uie steam bo:if Olive Brunch ; lodge at New Brm swick ; leave there early next morning, and arrive at Eatton ai 4 o'clra t in the allcrnoon. Returning, leave Eaton every Tuesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, A. M , ldie at New Brunswick ; arrive at New lork at 10 o'clock next morning, in the steam boat ( Hive Branch. The stage connected with tins line is a giiod four - horse staze. Pat - age from N. Brunswick toEaston, $350 ; from Easton bi Bethlehem, 75 cents. For seats in thnabove line.apply b W.M. B. JAtUES.at the Philadelphia Union Line Sieam - Bout Oilite, nurtu sine Of ihe nartery. ROBERT LETSON, Proprietor Jel3lf r; ELtz.iiiETH - iuir.x poi.vt. 10;J - COACH Ll.r 77irotfcA in a day and by day - light, T EAVES New - York io the steam - boat At.r JLA lanta, from the - foot of Wliilehail - ttrcet, near the Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquire at No. I Courtlandt - trcet aud No. 53 White - ball - street, at which places scats may be taken. jt.u 11 BOARDING. FIVE or six gentlemen of steady habits, ortwo small families, can he accommodated in a mall family, No. 5J V. illiam street, on the corner of Pine - strr - et. Also, gentlemen acenmmo - tltwd wirh dinner. je itj w TO LEASE Ult KOKSALE, H.wl 1 hat elejant modern built houe. situate at tho corner of Sand and Wa. - hinon ttreets, Brooklyn Its size is thirty - one feet front Ly fifty feet deep, it rooms to arranged a to combiue every convergence tor a gentet - l residence. Il will be olJ wilh two or more lots of grouud, at the optiou of the purchaser. - Terms, one fourth eah, the rett in such payments as will be mast convenient to purchaser. Apply ou the pre - C.HALL. may 23 tf 7J LET. KlJ A dry Cellar, muter th hnnu V i Pine - streef. Erq - iire of MR. fMEDES, uyU( ui iVirJ - ,trUt. THE SOU JfD STEAM BOAT - LIME. ' . m - - 9 1 - The rroprretor, wi'h A w t 4 .view of accommodatirtg the ya - 'Trriiypublict by extending the line tri ii inn i r'" Norwich, intend making i he experiment with the Pulton, Copt. Law, and this route (il lonnd practicable ji still oecouunueu during the eann( The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, a fellows : The Connecticut, Cap. Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, W'Antulan and rrdny, at o o'ciocir, in the morning, lor New - Haco. The Kulton, t'apt Law, will leave AorvicA at 6 o'clock in the morning of (he same day, touch htA'etc - Lontlon and depart from thence for JYtie - llatrn at U o'clock., ine roan win meet ai ,ip nsim and depart from thence evcrT Monday, Jf 'ednrs - rfiriand l'ridnv,ill o'clock iu the evening the Connecticut lor Vru7 - l'ofc, atd the Pulton for Jeir - l.vw!on and J oitrtrA. nihil . faTEAM BOAT NAU'ULUS CSi Thteam boat NAUTI lus win ncreaiter run a IoIIpws, tx:ept on Sun day. LEAVK REW - Y0BK, 5 o'clock io the foreuoon, At 0 no do 1 1 do' dv 2 o'clock in the aflwuoon. 5 do do I.EAVK STATfTH ISI.ARD, At 1 - 2 past 6 in the forenoon, I 2 patf 9 do I - if jiast I? in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 2 past 6 do O! EC MOATS LEAVE HKW - TOBV, At 6 o'clock in the mornirg, 10 do do 1 o'clock in the afternoon, 4 ilo do LEAVF STATFIT If LA5D, - li o'clock in the fort noon. At i - v past 1 1 o'ciucK do 1 - 2 past 2 o'clock ia the afternoon, 7 o'clock - do Passensrrsfothe Narrow and Bath will, for the present, betaken down on Sunday mormnc. in the ID o'clock ho.it, nnd be called for about half pastao'cluckiutl.ecvenitig. 1 Ihe fare toclaten I slant! will be 25 cents, nnd to Batb and the Nar rows, o cents. Children half once. The NAUTILUS is a new bojt of great speed in fine order, with good accommodations ; and is pr prlled on the Livingston and r ulton plan. On ai count of ti.e pleas(.iitness ol her tour, li.e auvantnge 01 tea tiuthing at the places the visits, the variety and benuty of the prospects they aflbrd, the cheapness of Uie fore, aud the excellence of the refreshment and arcommcdatioi.s on bnad, excursions in the Nauti'u for pleasure or business, will be found expeditious, agreeable and healthful. As she is fitted for the transportation of Horses and Carriwges, and Ihe wharve - and float nt New - York, Stateu - lsland and the linrse - Hoal Ferry nt the Blazing Star, prepared for sale and commodious embarking and lauding travellers in the Pott Chuites, or in private carriages bt tween Ne w - York and lliiladt iLhia. Trenton, Princeton, New - Biunsuick, or Wood, bridge, will find the route hy the Nautilus nnd the Turnpike acmw tftaten - Mand to New Brufiswck, the thortest. theanest and most pleasant that can be selected. JOHN DEFOREST, Car tain. El&feii Maud, 27th May, Ibid, my M'J I iu Aw av Jib H nod ixaamiah.ii mail .iai.K' TRRKE TIVES A IVtCK. ewburgh eve - ay, I uesday, inorninKS, at runs through Montgomiry, BlootuihEhuriih. ."loirticelln. bv W hite Lake. Coshecton. Mount Pleasant. t;rea"t Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, Ilhica, and Ge neva, loLaoandaigua. Retu:tiii'g leaves Canandaiinia everv Mon - day, Wednesday and Fiiday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at New burgh, the third day i'l time to tuke Uie Steam - boat which arrive in New - Yo. k the following moniinf - 11 may Or trirrlrd lml at all lima when Hit itam - boats alltr their days of nmmug, that Ihu fine N'ih alter id as lo meet litem. The whole route will be perfumed in tliree days, from the first of May, until the firt of November r.r.d IVom the first of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the firit of May,, in four elays and from the 15th December, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Cauandaigua in four days. Passengers travelling from aNcw' - York to C'ananiiaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. lork in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Caiiandaiigua in tin te days a distance of three hundred miles. 1 be line is well furnished willi good, new carriages ; good horses, ami careful 'and experienced drivers Every atten tion w ill be paid to rentier the passage of the tiavellcr safe, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to aiy line in Uie state. (JTV FARE from Newbtirgli to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. It. A blanch of the same line runs tliree times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. A Uo, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point; tiience through Newtown and Painted Pobt, to iialh, ac. BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Bloominghargh,. c. v.. oi. 01111, iTiuunv neusane, L. ti R - Manning, Chenango, . Luther Gere, Ithica, Samuel fireenliff, Geneva, Oliier Phtlpa, Lansing, mh 14 !Gin ,Proprie - IUIS. EASTON MAIL S PAGE, TUROCCH IN I DAT. THREE TIDIES A WEEK. QCy 'I he proprietors uefc - iowled?e with t'iftliliidp 11. - JytL jV71 i - .l - iicouri - gement they have gf !') lMlnJiHra.lnfr.r r al.o.t ; ,1,1a tine, an i uie therefore induced to expedite the travelling on tin route ; and in order to accoinplirh it, have provided tbemslvc with four change of horses, which, are placed at e - qual distant eon the route. It w ill leave W hite' Hotel, Eatton, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 4 o'cl'K k in the morning, arrive at Elizabeth Town Point in lime to take Uie steam boat Atalanta, bt 5 o'clock. Leave New York at 5o'cloek, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and arrive at Easton early in the evening; fare thrrugli the dollars, ar.d a generous allowance of bagnge, gratis. As this stage passes near the c ale orated tprir.g on Scbooley' .rlountain, passenger taking ibis line will l e carried to the spring without any extra charge. The - proprietor pledge that nothing ahull be wanting n their part lo mke this a plu&sant route. The driver are careful find accommodating. For teats, apply to Jan.es 1'i.tien, Court - land street, cron board the Atiianta, and While' Hotel, Easton. 1. Z. S: J. DRAKE. Ches'er, June 0 Je 20 Im NOTICE. 07 Steam Boat Ouvt. Bhakcr will sail every rund.iy. at 1 1 o'clock round ik - jctatcn Isl.md, and ot cnsioii ally, it the Kiu.l and tide will permit, to the hook. This le.ti'i.ul tail will contribute both to health ami pleasure, and is r.s cheap a recreation r.s can be found. Parties who mean to partake of this suiiuseintnt will, if - oi vniienl, give in their names Uie day pieredi.ig, al liie ollicein MurLetfielii street, north side etll.e C.t - Jcry. Dinner em board, at the tnual prices. Ta - s. - ge Its children h.lf price. my 13f THE STK.'iM - no.iT .iTAlASrT.t, rOR ELIZA BtTHTOW'N POINT, AX f EAVES N York c?th pysTntftlT n A - i .lav, iuiulnj" e - x ept - wK - &UtrttiMfA of White, baii - snett near thr llattery, fit 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. M. wid So'tk P. M. ; leaves F.liza - bc4t.t - )wn Pouit t.t 8 oMoct A. M. and half past I f o'clocti and !lf pit 1 o't 1 U P. Mi " . JC0 tf n 1 VtlWa. I .AVF.SN ?i'iI4'',i1lIisl'l Jhursday 21 three o'clock! k (lburaiac pi6i,c kotw now ti dittio. u . .. tween tluogsfliat differ. DOCTOR HORSE, formerl, of the city of London, aa. member of the faulty ofphytU and Msraerv there. deen. .t V.iiS ty to repeat lome ooervatjOM tie abinve of MERCURY, a iuQiciinuaai, and Bnqtiah. fied use therwr, ha. been proXL five tJ iiifu iia. .;.k. - ' sands ar .nn..,n. - .nrri. "Tr - ""?' iJnosi - uce. Thedi.; wTl ,7 n" iu'Va' al retulu cUefly to thi..ouree Wti that a young man, Ul hope, of bi. cowjwj the daring pf hi purenU, .hould btudidV way Irom all the pro.PecU and tftlf j by the consequence, ofone TmgtiarrlnomeBV nd by i diitit. not in iU own fSTZi which only prove, to from neglect or wJIi treatn:ent.. A gtlemlate Dr.E' .ient) now ry - rfcctiy brtirfyan'd well, under pbyjicinn, of genei - J mactice,'.?, year? and KPeaWIy .altvat.d ; vC rccA.S3S Df. 11. (by a gentleman of this city, hi, hZ. were carious, and hi fleAli diopbing f Aou? tw! bit fncn. 1. declared Le rouid cot potJbK'fS two mcc h. longer. , ThoudoexpenWaili know with whal easeaaJ wfelyjjr. )i ,r.ir cate the .evere.t Chtes, and cafinu tl.eVL.t' tution. The Doctcr'. rlua lerti.ing) ceuary to guard the public Pgaiwt the "tmmV, mercury, and other futal delusion, held forth Peron., Uierefore. hnvirr e,,nt,r - ;;,'0.rUl - - r vata disorder, or tiine tir - r i.,... Pr' atlmouisbtdnot to tamper with their conlthi tion, or conceal the dworder, till pan reco. or other impuriUe of the blood, at .n ... . .w .aucu. Vl BQ n.a . er romnhiinla rl 9 Ju:;, - ' V " oin - . ..cii...ic naiure. in till .. r lost'r:fv. nn.i .1 - t. fto. 64 Water - itrM - t. 1, - .." . of Old - tli,., to obtain that prtl one cab ulattd to prevent ifisclosure. And I - . even a hit of note on their fact i met. Take 1 heseecn you. Dr. 11'.. character for skill and tubhorn into r. being universally know, ia U,i, ciry? .incJ ao - l, guarantee tor aticnin thf A.1. - ..J 'J' nt :iery iutherto iitkiTown, and having contined h i ,.rae.tu for yeajs past, exclu,iTa.?to th iiiseaK or uie D!oodsyiem they may afelvcal. culate o U,e n.o.1 decided advaTtaVe. K sultirg Dr. H. Gleet eradicated in twa or three week stricture, removed without cowrie r anv ... er icstiuimr.1 ; and all dcbibtiet; i;ki. - r.. u Id ulcerations, Cstula' in , A plurality of offices are nrnriile.l mA . .:t - itt d tiat patients nre not exposed toeach other' ibsi - rvatwn. Open till half past 9 ia th. eveninf. ... rTnirin vuiiienieu nr inviteu to be free IB ailing, and srrakinj with Dr. II. i.k ;. of cost. And here tiie I )oc(or cannot mi.l n xpreslrtn of gratitude for innnn.er - .KI. menilatiom, and for the decided preference (ii i presumed with jiut cause) long given bito b . judicious public. . ' .v. ii. aii letters must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug'.!? Iv LUUtH WALKt.KX AUK LVtuTl. niR. EVANS' .upcriti method of curing a certain Disease, inow uuivei. ally acknowledged in th cify ; his mode of treatmeiit l perfectly mild, a!e, er - peuiuous. and his cbarg. rcar.rahle. In every ii stance 1 warrant cur, and will return U.e pay if l. doe not perform tereeab.a jftlo contract. . ..w ..... .v.. .ms;, uuHriro. 1 here are many persons in this citv mul it. - ri. 'I'.... 1 ... f .rNu. I . I I cinily, laboring under varioc chronic ditrbsct, such at cancert, old inveterate ulcers, scrofula or Kings evil, intuitu, uiscare oi the urethra, bladder and kidnies, old coniplit ated compUints of a certain nature, biliots aad other obstructions, rheumatism, 4c. whtrh they consider incs rable, they can certainly be rurerl (in general. y r.pplyingatDr.EVA.S'S Medical Stor. No, 9. Peck - slip, having practised io exteW. hospital in Europe IT years, urulcr tome of fir firtt Surgeon and Physicians in the world, and made Uioie obttinate diseases Li constant stsCt for SO s ears. Oct It rry The ubscriber havin? rerently returnrJ from England wilh an important improvement! the artificial spring LEG. he take thit method of informing his friends and the public, that til uioe wno are so untor.nonte a to be In want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap plying ai ;.o. n uarrlay - ttreet, New - York. Jan 22 WM. PURVIS. JVA ;r DtESSLVO ROOM. AFRU.ME.NTO, No. I Wall - .treet, Jo.t re - . turned from Italy, hat the honour to inform the gentlemen, Uiat he cut and diesses hairi the latest sty le, and ia a mar ner to at to adopt it to the phisioenomv. He bat for talc a oaanti - ty of RAZORS of the first quality, if they do mi pieoie oninui, uie purchasers aie ai uoerty to return them, and reoeivo the money. He hi likewise procured a very fine hone, aud engage to icstore razors to a very keen edge and should Jlu y not cut he will receive no reconipence. Those gentlemen who may plctite to honor him with their patronage, may depend on the most particular and respectful attendance. Fruracnto has just received a few tett. of tie celebrated Mai guiin Falsa Back Raiors, warranted of Daniaacu tteei of a superior quality. Amateur may shave themselve. luxuriously. N. B. Gentlemen who subscribe by the quarter will have their raiors, ac. kept exclutively for themselve. P. 6. A good journeyman wanted. Apply a above. mh 6 If ACOjlSITASr ply ofla die BeaverHatr, fie?h Irom the ni - nulactory, uiia - b!e or the JUtb - ern market, and packed at 11 shortest notke, J. WILSON'S, 160 Broadway. ta. ZJ',lSm rmy 27 - ELEU.HJfT rUJTU FUUTES. lOS. WII.jON, 14 Maiden - Lane, basjustrr ,1 teivcd by the Vruus, a large astortiwent i - xct llcnt Piano Fortes, Patent Flutes, Flaer Irts, tic. manufas lured expressly for bira by Uk - hienti A: Co London. Also, Piano Forte Stntf in sets , new iniiK', and every article in the sj sicnl line ; in - truments Wken in exchange, jrw tuners provided. my " " NEW - YORK : PRLXTEt) AM PUBL1SUKP JflCHJiEE BU1LS7IA.V k CO. No. 49 Willi ASs - T.y - r rrcsiT T Bask CotrEE - IIuccA. icx. ibould remembe to their consciences, by makim ani.i.,..' to Dr. - IL at hi. .kl Jnd rSStfflilh lishmen iei me rinim vniir arirttii biiui... sines. 1. radically done, you will certa.nly u,, Uie duorder break out again with redoubled m hgmty, at .orne future period ; perhn, tt ta be too lute lor remedy. LWt yon otc. - .S..? L Ul.'.l . "'Iltrvi

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