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ixrt - aco FOR SALE. . ' r. rl.. far a Seal an Ihu 1 1 land. y Thi elegant country establubrnent U k - ji lor sal oo ry accofnnwaauus; irrnia. be bouse to Suit of (tone. and fiouhed throughout i tfa Mart tubstantial and tasteful . . . il : .1 - - - ft. .J ham style, coniaiDiDE uwutcb ivwui) uwuca ' Oa LtM lara i a convenient, farm - honae, lodge, " ice house, (filled) and all tbt office! otgally ap peodaat to a genteel country esiaontnmeai. It consists of 105 acre of land, well watered : khnat inn third U in wood, and the resides con tie of arable and meadow - land, under high oil - On the farm U a large arple orchard and a nrnfutioA of the ordinammall fruits. It it delightfully aituated oo tlte east bank of . iTuaaoa mrer, oommanaiocaniwpiw"! - "" river, of the Catskill and Blee Mouataint, aad oraa extensive and rich tract of intervale. lt ahnnt tmn ' anuth nflhe ewnot Kti' doBceofGen. Lewis, and four mi 'e north of Hyde Park, in Dutdie county. There i a . post office withia a mile, and several public land - I. - i i . - a uj. within fanr milaa. inn. coarenn iihi .uwi - . .i.a.ivia afford ereat facilities, and Pit tn premise at the most convenient hours, imtiiL. ' will nay 14 Derct. ptt anaam on the sea asked for it. Mr. Wool - Eeddge, at the Lodge, will shew tbe Pn' - jj road way, niw uwf"" . immediate possession given. - , . Jallaw6w - NOTICE whereby given, that w lite ender - signed have been appointed by hi; honor Richard Riker, Recorder of the City of New - York, according to the act for relief against absconding and absent debtor, trustees for all the creditors ofthe person constituting the firm, co - fmrtnerthip or hoeae of trade, of Prentr Carter, of Baltimore, debtor, who reside, out of this slate aad are indebted within it I nd all peisons iadebted to tbe said person constituting the said Ira, copartnership or house of trade, are required tj the tenth day of J one nest to pay all debt and sum of money which they owe to the said person constituting the said firm, copartnership or bouse of trade, and deliver all property of tbe lame, which the bave in possession, to as, tbe aid trustees. And all creditor of the aid per on eonstitutine the aid firm, copartnership or , house of trade, are desired, by the first day of August next to deliver to ns, or one oi us, ineir resnective demand against tbe lame. Dated fa S7th day of May. 1818. WILLIAM C; MULLIGAN, WM. PROCTOR, Trustee, JOSEPH BATES, ) my SB dtJlO&lawtAl . At a court of chancery held for the state of New York, at the ctiy oau oi me city of New York, on the fifteenth day of June, in uieyemr ui wr ijunj ww utvw - land eight hundred and eighteen : ntxixar, . Tbe honorable James Kent, Esquire, ' Chancellor. Mary Gautier, ) . vt. T appealing by affidavit ' Benjamin Gautier, 1 to the satisfaction of this court, that process of tubpeena to appear and answer in this cant bath been regolarly issued a - gainst the above named defendant, Benjamin Gautier, but that he, tbe aaid defradant, could not, upon diligent search and enquiry, made intermediate the teste and return of the aaid inb - ra - na, be found to be served therewith. And it further appearing by the aaid affidavit, that the aid defendant reside at present either in the city of PhilaiMphia, in the state of Pennsylvania, or in the town of Boston, in the state of Massachusetts, and not without the territories ofthe United State of America. And on motion of R. C Ludlow, Junior, Esq solicitor for the complainant, it i ordered, that the said defendant, Benjamin Gautkr, d cause his appearance to be entered, and his answer in this cause to be filed, within four months from the date of thi order, er in default thereof that the complainant's bill of complaint betaken pro - confesto against him. And it is further ordered; that a copy of thi order be peolished within twenty das sirom the date hereof, in one or more of fJte public aewipAper printed in thi Stale, for eight weeks UCOalvlT, OUBI KUIH vvvrj A Copy. . ISAAC L. KIP, Je01aw8w Auistant Register, FOR SALE. Betweea four and five hundred acres of tana, togetner wiin two aweiuag nooses, and cundry out bouses, a saw - mill, and two or three fine mill - seats, suitable for any descrip H a . .. . .. a tion of factories; all compactly situated, Mi tbe town of Canaan, in the county of Columbia, in this atate, and about it mile distant, from both Albany and Hudson. Tbe land, for tbe most part, Is of prime quality, and - ia Rood ctJtivation, and will be sold in divisions to suit purchasers. The water - privilege are such as cannot often be met withjand worthy the attention of manufacturer.' The greater part of the purchase money may remain on mortgage aeveral year, if desired, or property in the city of New - fork would be accepted in exchange. A tbe premise, in part at least, are to be disposed of at all vK9Ti,they will be told oa mi aasoA - BLX TXBM. F.nquire of - 11. W. WARNER, New York, or JASON WARNER, oo tbe premise, ap 4 l)C law3m DISTILLERY FOR SALE. ONE of the first rate Steam Distilleries, capable of working 36 barrels per day, with the assistance of two hands only. It is replete with every necessary utensil for putting it in im .mediate operation. It i situated ia the Village of Poughkeepsie, near a Grist Mill, and but a short distance from the Nortn River. The price will lie very moderate and the pav - snents mad easy, or it would be exchanged for merchandise. For further information enquire f Mr. L. Biaeham, No. 138 Fultoa - street, N. V ork, or Thomas Sweet, esq. near tbe premise. Poughkeepsie, June 1, 1818. J 3 DzClaw6w THE i INE ARTS. AMONGST the present numerous exhibitions of this city, M. PAFF flatter himself that the lover of cenuine work of old masters, will find bis GALLERY OF PAINTINGS, No. 20 Wall - street, worthy their attention, and presenting them at the smallest expense with the moat extensive eratification. N. B. Old painting repaired and restored to ' their original lustre, or purchased at their utmost value. my zn ii Q of which tVR SALE OR TO LEASE, Lots in the 5. 6, 8, and 10 Wards; many of which are on reeulated and caved street. No , money will be required uader ten yean, if told, interest excepted. . HOUSES. Several two and three ttory bowes, on which a great part ol the money remain on mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent stand for bus ilea, Kith ten acre , or land, pieaiantly situated, with a whan, (tore house and barn. - , . COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Havea, with 40 acre of land, and a net er failing stream, upon which 20 mills may be trectea, wttn a tumciency ol water loreacn. Apply at No. 2 Greenwich - street. Ian 13 tf tfjl TO LtT, VtuA The eke ant 3 storv bouse No. 7 Hud oo - itreet, which conmand a pleasant view of u,c ana nvcr. rosMssion may oe uaa in a few days. Also" for sale, Oje IqmiUr of said house. 1 1 is Of the best quality t well fitted, and suitable to a S 'anuiy. apply as above. - . myUtf FOR SALE. A farm on th Itiuiann .w.... from I wbkh are Woodland, the rest is divided 'by eood tunc into a due nroiorticn of meadow. ii.i ' coDwning iw acres, 33 and pasture Iwl. Tbe feUdinc aie partly new , the house convenient k s asmall famifv : it, ,Hml atioo w equalled sn besuty by ew nthe river : . the adyaotages, from tbe vicinity of a Oouri'h - ii.c vi.iaee, oi rmonc wort hi D. sorirW .. g"1 uaraet, with the facility of communioatioa v itrt ew York, render it a desirable reaidr - nr ' tor a gentleman. 4000 dollar of the purchase. . r.mv may remain on mortgare t tbe payment - t i me ini win De made easy tu the purchaser. - Apply oo the premuc, to JeiStf ' U VERrLANCK. the to ing at in the all as ia nine in by tbe side of in and half with wise A will Uie tbe last on by any 1st and of to ent all MAKOGAXT EOF AS, CHAIR AND CABI NET FURNITURE. - JbV An RtlKK - JtjIJf. STREET, r 'PHE rubacriber beg Wave to return fail sn - J. ewe thanks to tboea ladie aad genUejaea who have been kind enough to nooor ran wiu their commands, and to iaiorai the, aad the seamen of handsome furniture in general, that be ha oa hand some very elegant so, tu... card, Pembroke and extending p ten tduuDg tables, gmud sideboard, inlaid with high polished ornamental brass - work and roee - wood, card tables to match, Grecian coaches, eofav chaise if atmla. chair, ate Also, a li brary step chair, tbe utility of which be partice - As) furniture warranted of the best quality and wortaanabip. and w Um newest euro pe an iau Vtall ' nbi mmmrMri In aav nart of the union to an drawiar. oa tbt most reasonable term aad anncioainy lorcaio. f.rUir rentlemec ha vine fancy woods, may bave tbem manufactured to any article tbey wisb, br appiyioga aoove. . my W znt ri. m. ni nxisju. aT - H tVR SALE. kjfi.l) A bouse and farm on Throg' Neck, in the town and county of Westchester, fourteen mile from New - York. Tbe farm coo tain a - bout one hundred acre of excellent lead in good fence, a large - bare and other conveaieat oat - baildiBes. a cood house two stories high, with four room on each door, elerantlv situated on bank of the East Uiver t the situation un - coaimonly bralthy; tbe aeiehbourhood the most respectable ; abundance of fruit of the beat election ; scale and shell fish in great variety takes before tbe bouse. For further information apply the subscriber on the premise. my I 1m STEPHEN B. HOFFMAN. atate of Ji'tw Yvrlt, $$. N pursuance of a decretal order of tbe konora bfe the court of chancer of this state, bear date the fifth day of June, 1818. will besold public auction, at tbe Tontine Coffee House, (tie city of N. York under the direction of the subscriber, one of tbe masters of the saidcourt, on 3d day of July next, at U o'cioru at noon, that certain dwelling house and lot oi grouua situate, lying and being in the city of New York, and which in a certain indenture made tbe second dav of February, in tbe year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nine, between Richard Hartshorne, John Titus, William Harts - home, Thomas Ustick, JametOnderdouk, Mary Titus, William Ustick, Jan Hartshorn and Deborah Onderdouk, of the first part, and Edmund E!mendor( ofthe scood part, is described follow, to wit i All that certain dwelling house and lot of ground, cituate, lying and being the second ward of tbe city of New York, and known and distinnshed br tbe number sixtv William street ; which said lot i bounded front by William treet, on tbe northwest side the house and lot of ground now or formerly property of David Johnson, on the southeast by the house and lot now or formerly Peter Bosart j containing in breadth in front twenty five feet, in the rear twenty eight feet ; depth on the south east tide twenty one feet, on the outh twenty seven leet four and a inches, be the same more or less ; together all and singular the hereditament and appurtenance to the lame belonging or in any appertaining. Dated New York, June 9, 1010. P. G. IIILDRETH, Master in C hancery. Je 9 dts A WET NURSE. young woman with a good breast of Milk, withe a situation a Wet Nurse, in a respectable family. She can give the most satisfactory reference as to character and ability. Enquire at 483 Greenwich - street. Je24 lw FOURTH JULY JUBILEE. BOOTHS. - !': ices for erecting Booth at the Park and BowHnsr Green the 4th Julr next. be assigned on Thursday the 18th instant, al city - ball, between the hour or 8 and 10 in forenoon. Those persons who occupied them year will have the preference, if applied for until r nil ay me Vbm instant. Je is LVRLEU HAIR MAMJKiVlVRi, 76 Chatham - street. ffTIHE subscriber returns bis thank to the JL public for their former patroi. - ige in the line of hi profession, and nope for their future support, lie likewise iolonii tbem that be bas hand a constant 'apply of curled hair, manufactured expressly for matrasses, on an unproved principle ; and likewise guarantee the hair sold bun to be free from any impure smell, being well scoured, boiled and baked, and being ma nufactured by machinery, has an advantage over other hair manufactured id America its very textare and elasticity making it a aavineof twenty - ova per cent to trie purchaser. WILLIAM JACKSON. N. B. Merchant and tbe trade in reneral will find it to their advantage to call a above. 39 bale of hair in it roucb state t 6 bale of long bone - tails ; 9000 lb of long hair drawn 30 inches, clubbed ; 600 doxen hair sieve bottom. For sale a above. my 5 2m TAMMANY HALL. THE Copartnership, heretofore exMng between (ABRAHAM B. MARTLING and WluLIAM B. COZZEN9, was dissolved on the of April last, bv mute il consent The estab lishment will be continued by the subscriber. The situation of TAMMANY HALL is pro bably unrivalled in thi city facing the Park the City Hall, and within a minute' walk the Theatre, Academy of tbe Fine Arts, Museum, Sic. ft presents inducements for air, pros pect, convenience and accommodation, inferior none in this city. Travellers from the differ state in the onion, and from this state, will bnd at 1 animany Hall alanler well stocked with the delicacies of the season, choice Wine, airy Bed Chamber, and every convenience that can be expected, and on the most moderate terms. Jelllrn WM. B. COZZEN3. LOTS TO LEASE AT THE NORTH RIVER C5 ITU ATE between Barclay and Murray - O streets, Chamber and Reed - streets, Jay and Harrron - streeU, and ISorth moor and Beach - streets, at a price very considerably less than in terft on their value, and at the expiration of th term the buildings to be fairly valued and paid tor, or a new lease granted. Alio, to let by the year at a low rate, several lot or yards on the water, welt calculated for lumber, plaster of pans, fee. Apply to PH. RH1NELANDER, 31 Park, near the Theatre. Several ofthe above lot will be sol J at a mo derate price and on a liberal credit. A small portion of th money only will be required. June 11 u . siaiaiTiosT or ths rtaa arts, COLUMBIAN PICTURE GALLERY. JVo. 14S Fullon - ilrttl, near Broadwaw. rilHE proprietor of this valuable and exten - JL live collection of picture, embrace th opportunity of informing connouseor and ama teur of th fin art, aad the enlightened public of New - York, that tbe gallery will ia future be open from 8 in the morning till half past 10 at mgbt. i rom 8 in the evening to half past 10, the gallery is brilliantly lighted up, and the ad - muMou only 25 cents. These picture have been collected, at th ex pense of 2500 dollar, and are allowed, by the best indues, to be tbe finest specimen of the art ever exhibited in tbe United Elates, being gems, selected with peculiar care, from the va rious cabinets in Rome, rvaple, tiorence, Am sterdam. I ani and London, and th works of th most approved painters, both ot th anoeut and modern schools, and are undoubtedly earmals. A rtists, ladies or gentlemen, will be entitled to r.uay, er cpy any or the picture, by becomm: suDacnoers. L.aaie or gentlemen, who Dav subscribed oa dollar, on paying another, WiH be cmmaer - M surwcnDcrs lor tbe season. fXT9 Admittance, for lha day and evening. 60 cent : br a month. t u - k usum. - . ilm. i ' W.IUUCU. rrTTV .. TO BE LET. - hUi At a very low rent, from the present Uaie - unthalHof M.ynext, lh STORE, 61 Fulton - streat, wiu, a back ROOM, and large CELLAR Ulow. jtji a i to WMATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. rpilE lot and succoaafet as of this ointment J. i a sufficient recoenneedatina, a it has bMfod to be a aWaaaat, safe aad tertaia remedy for that disagreeable disease ia all it ta - ges. It it for ale ia the city of New York, by J. A. U W. R. Post, No. 41 William - street ; I. at T. Clark, No. & MaidMs - Lane ; II. U - Scbieffcknel Co. No. 193 Part - treet: Lawrence St Keeee, No. 195 Pearl - street I Hall A Bowne, 146 Pearl - street ; R. at L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street t J. M. Bmdnurst, 3(4 Pearl - street ; John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street; Duryee & Poe, ia Pearl - street John C. Morrison, 188 Greeewicb - streettJoba P. ruber. 100 Broad - arar s Walter It Seaman, corner of Charober - st. and Broadway, and also uiCkatbam - street ; and in abort it may be procured at moat of tbe Drug Store in tliiacitv Also ia Phiradelpbia, of S. Witberall A 8on i Geom HarreM . North Z Ro ger, and almost all the druggist ia the principal town ia the United Mate. LIKBWUK. WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at liie above place. janrzom VALUABLE REAL fca FOR HALE, tir the cit or aaw - TOK:. .IVE lot of around oa the wet tideof Green wich - street, betweea Vestry and Desbro - ses - streets, 15 by 80. f our do in the rear oi we arjove, iroming on the east side of Wjnington - itreei, Z5 by ho. Eight do ia the block mIow. between Wash iogtuo and Weit streetr. in nioaiomerv oounir. 6000 acre of Land ill Lawrence's purchase, near Last Canada ireeK, oo me nortn side oi the Mohawk. In Franklin Count. 15.162 acre of Land, in tbe town of Mount Morris and Dayton. In Essex County. 7831 acre of Land in tbe town of Barry more. In the County of Lewi. 1250 acre of land ia Casterland. Chaitanis Purchase. In Saratoga County. SC00 acre in Palmer' purchase. Enquire at the office ofthe subscriber. 34 Ce dar - streeL BEV. ROBINSON. mh 17 If BERGEN ORPHAN'S CuUKT, Of the Term of March. 1818. Catharine Schuyler. I Administratrix, Ac. f ol John A. Schayler Rule, under Statute. 1 , '"P HE court order and direct, That Catharine - a. Schuyler administratrix of tbe coods, chat tel and credit of John A. dchuvler. deceased. give public notice to ine creditor of the decedent to bring in tbeirclaim and demand against me esiaie oi me saia aeccueni, on er oerore ine first day of May, in the year of our Lord eigh teen hundred and nineteen, by putting up notices to that effect in five of the most public places in tbe county of Bergen, for the space of two month, and advertising tbe same for the like pace of time ia a newspaper printed and published in the state of New - Jersey, andin a newspaper printed and published in the city of New - on. a true transcript trom ine record. ap28Sm JOHN A. BOYD.Sur'gate. G SAUNDER'S PATENT RAZOR STROT. You that wish to (have with ease, Buy of Sabrders if you please ; Hi Razor Strop', peculiar orh, That sharp the Raxor with atoech. G SAUNDERS respectfully solicit these . who have not got his Patent Razor Strop, furnish themselves with hi new invented Razor fctrop, and Metallic Composition. No gen tleman who once make trial of one ofthe Strops now offered, will ever try any others; and sucbis their formation, that ever so much use will not give the razors that roundness which render the best of them useless, and which i well known always to follow the application of all those hitherto invented. The above atron are in reneral use in New York, and are distinguished from all others. Harbors who have used them tay more in their praise than I can myself. G. SAUNDERS, 18 Walt - street. Also for sale, Razor, Soap, and every utensil for Shavins, of the first aualitv. with a upe - rior assortment of Perfumery, Hair - fowder,ic. from Snivth's. New Bond street. London. N. B. The most liberal allowance made to aeaiers. . mv ra "I FOR HALE, Ui - JlfOr exchanged for property in thi city) A neat country house m the vicinity ol tli zabeth - towu, (N. J.) beautifully sitaatedWm the pott - road ; at present in tbe eccepation of Doct Grant. It contain eight rooms with a piazza in front and rear, a giiod kitchen, wash - house, milk - room, and celler , there is also, a coach - house, 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 atford a varietv of choice trait, asparagus, sc. and a well ot excellent water, with a pump. Term will be made liberal. Apply to JACKSON Iz WOOLLEY, Je 1 1m 75 Wall street. TRAPS. THE newly invented patent ale at 130 Water - street. UoiTrap. for . Je 13 To Carptnltrt, Flatterers, ton? Cutttrt and Karrere. THE BUILDER'S ASSISTANT S most respectfully addressed, and worthy the attention of every one, either interested or uiret iiy concerned in duiiqiii;, as u coma ins me most uselul matter in their respective pursuits ; such as designs for More Fronts, town and coun try liwtllines, with their dttail, as Stair Cases, Hand - rails.' Raking Mouldings, Doors, Windows, Fiammg, Roofiiig, Flooring, Partitioning, Spirals, Architraves, Comiches, Friies, Arches, Tombs, bteps, Marble .Mautles, Lentre f lower, with a number of elegant example of Foliage, 1 2 u W nnl Rnmim 1 m tl H i i, i. nfaia rwl .iim h. ed with Workm: urawmes ol th most beauti ful specimens of the orders of Architecture, both Greek It Roman ; together with a VscripLion of the properties of all kinds ofmateAin erd in the construction of buildings, with the proportions and best method ol mixing u working sach a require to be compounded, so as to render them durable. The strength, stress and best disposition ot timber in framibC of carpentry, demonstrated. fpeciucatinos ol tn several works, with rules for estimatinc and mrasurine tbe same. To fa cilitate the knowledge by these instructions, the letter press win De accompanied with I W cop per - plates (60 of which hre orieina! desiens) ac companied with definitions of to most approved method oicoiistrocuon, character and applica tion, from the best authority studied for their di rect use. and made applicable to the present tyle of building in this country, with plans, elevations and section, by Jobe Iliviland, architect, and engraved by Hugh Bridport, artisL H. BRIDPORT most respectfully informs the nuDlic. that he is on a visit to this citv. for the fiurpose of soliciting tbe patronage of subscriber br the above work. The sanction of and name of upwards of 150 subscribers at Philadelphia will, he feel assured, sufficiently recommend the merit of tbe work a worthy their attention and that liberal encouragement which I bey bave studied to merit, both in it desiirn aad the reasona ble term of it completion, whkh will be in 3 volume of live numberteach ; ooe aumber to be published monthly, at one dollar per number, payable on delivery to subscriber ; to non - sub scriber, wiiea completed, m, Tbe first aumber is now ready for delivery and may he seen, wilh the list of subscribers, at Meatr. Kirk and Merceiu's store. No. 22 Wall - street, where names will be received from those who wish U become subscribers tn the above work. Je 13 2w FOR S.1LK A farm of between sixt llhr and severity ecies. ntsate oo the west bank UU UUego, aad one mile from the villace of Cooperstown. Oa it are a new atone house 54 feet square ; a new farm bouse, ban. vc. It form A desirable e taulishiuent for a gentleman wishing to retire into tbe country, as it situation, a to prospect, conveaieaee to market, ate. i not tamasKd bv aay is the interior of Lie state - It will be sold row for rath, on a credit, or etehaaeed for pro perty ra this city, goons, sc. Apwy tn 11. D. at K. SEDUWICK, my 7 if Law BuiMuigs. i PfST COACH aitd STEAM - BbAT LINE, FOR PHILADELPHIA. IT WAV OF KLIXAIETHTOWH FOMT. . . (Through in One Day.) AN EW Lane of Post Coaches with every convenience for passenger aad baggage, oa Springs, start from the Coach office, No. 1 Courtland - street, near Broadway, New - York, every morning, (Sunday excepted) at 5 o'clock, in tbe Steam Boat Atalanta, via Elizabethtown, Brunswick. Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same afternoon, at 4 o'clock. A second Line of new Post Coaches will start from New - York every morning, (Sunday excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Steam BoatAtalan - U, lodge at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelphia, in a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollar. P. S. Passenger are requested to call and take their Seats at the office No. 1 Courtland - st. N. Y. United State Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience for passenger and baggage, on spring. The U. S. mail coach will start from the coach office, No. 1 Courtlandt - st. New - York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. aad arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 pa - senger admitted. r or seats in the above named Line, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, and Steam Boat office, No. I Court - j. . . . . . i n v ... inniii - sueei, near me curni f uiuniiwdi. York ; or to A. T.GOODRICH & CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, and at No. 53 Whitehall - street, New - York. (ttAII goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS ft CO. N. B - Expresses sent to any part of Ihe Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je 24 SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, for rajLADKLmiA. f" - for Leave Kew - torK f, vei v morning; (Sunday 'sex cepieuj ai ooxioca, ana arrive in Philadelphia next ay to dinner. The uuhlick house are enod, and reasonable in their charges. The drivers, horses and coaches are not inferior to any other now running be tween these two cities. I tie neaumui country, and the excellence ofthe roads on this rout, connected with the safe! v. comfort, and reasonable exprnces, are beleived to be strong inducement to traveller in giving this line a tieciuea preier ence. The strictest attention will be observed hv the nroDrietor in erivine reneral satixfaction. All baggage and packages will go at the risk of the owner unless insured and receipted lor oy ine clerk of said office. Stage fare only 5, with a generous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying on day previous to starting. or seats apply at northern iioiei, no. i Courtlandt - street, New - York. LYON, EONS, t CO. ap $ Proprietor. U.N ION LINE. FOR PHILADELPHIA. Twentv - five mile land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new post coaches $5 Do good stage 4 50 Do forecastle or deck passengers, 3 60 Connected by the steam boats olive brarch and PRLA.dei.phi a. 'J he steam - boat Olive Branch will kave New York every day. Sun day' excepted, from the north side of the Battery, at 11 o'clock. A. M. Passengers will lode at Trenton, and take the steam boat Pliiladel phia, so as to arrive in Philadelphia at lOo'r.lock the next morning, in time to take the Union Line Baltimore steam boats. This line ha a connection with the best boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk ; a alio those of the North River and Sound ; and their several arrival are calculated tocause little, if any delay. This is a speedy and certainly the most fonve - oient routei as the passengers will leave New - v . . .u. . i - i .... i - pi Boris incr mm uauaviu aa. . delphia before the hours or business, without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the laud carriage being much less than by any otl.tr route between the two cities. For seat in the above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUES, At the Union Line glam Boat Office, in Mar - ketfjeld street, north side, of the Battery, between Greenwich and Washington street, or to The CA PTA1N on board. ' All goods and baggage at the risk of the owuer. ap 4 NO I ICE. For the further accommo dation of the public, the de - arture or the i irefly from lew - York and Newbureh will be in future on the following days: . v t. u 11' .J ..1 . xeave new s or " muiwoj, runrmj and Saturday, at 9 A. M. Leave Newburgh on Tuesday, t nday and sunaay at o a. m. The above arraneeroent will commence by the Firefly leavios Newburgh on Sunday, tbe 24th May. The Western Stage leave Newburgh immediately after the arrival of the Firefly. my re EASTOR ARD BBTHLEHKM NEW LIRE, VIA RF.W - BRCRSWICK. QT" Passengers will leave New - York every Monday - fSJand Friday, at 11 o'clock. A. HI. in UK vicaill iruttl Olive Branch ; lodge at New Brunswick ; leave there early next morning, and arrive at Easton nt 4 o'clock in the atlernoon. Returning, leave Easton every Tuesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, A. M, lodge at New Brunswick ; arrive at New York at 10 o'clock next moraine. 10 the steam boat Olive Branch. The stage connected with this line is a eood four - borse staee. rassage Irom is. Brunswick to taiton, $350 ; from Enston to Bethlehem. 75 cents. For seats in the above line, apply to WM. B. JAQUES, at the Philadelphia Union Line Steam - Boat Office, Borth side of the battery. nUDtiKi i - nsu - i, Proprietor, Je 13tf FVK PHILADELPHIA, Via ELIZA BETH - TOWS POINT. 3 POST - COACH LINE, Through m a dav and Lu dav - liehU T KAVES New - York io th steam - boat A la JLi lanta, from the foot rt Whitehall - street. near the Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquire at No. 1 Courtlamlt - street and No. 53 W hite hall - street, at wliich place seals may be taken. BOARDI.VG. TTMVEor six gentlemen of steady habits, or two a smau lamuies, can he accommodated in 1 sroaH family, No. 55 Williani - trtet,on the cor iter of Pine - street. Also, gentlemen eccoramo uaien wimoinner. je lb w trr"! TOLEAEOR FOR SALE. ijjjjj That elegant modern built honse, situate at lb cortier of bands and Wahinrton streetr, Brooklyn Its size is thirty - one feet front by fifty feet deep, its rooms so arranged a to combine every conveuiance for a genteel residence. It will be sold wilh two or more lots of ground, at the option of the purchaser. Terms, one fourth cash, the rest in such payment as will be most convenient to purchaser. Apply on the premise to c. BALL. my S3 tf - Q TO LET. A dry Cellar, under the hnnse Sa. H Piue - ttreeL Enquire of MR. 8MEOES, , my U If ' 1J4 Ptarl - strect. THE SOUJTD STEAM BOAT - HAT, i The nronnetors. wib a view of accommodating the public, by extending the line to Norwich, intend makior the eiDurimeat witlrtbe Fulton. CapL Law, and thi route (if found practicable) will be continued during the season. The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, a follow : The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, W'intOaa and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, for New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt, Law, will leave AorotcA at 6 o'clock in the morning of the tame days, touch tXJftw - London and depart from thence for Mew - Haven at 8 o'clock. ' The boat will meet at Js'ev - Hazen, and depart from thence every Monday, Wtdnet - dan and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut for Arse - Fori, and the Fulton for New - London and JVoittieh. rah 17 STEAM BOAT NAUTILUS. The steam boat NAUTI LUS will hereafter run a follows, except on Sundays. LEAVK KRW - TOR, 5 o'clock in the forenoon. At 5 do do 1 1 do do 2 o'clock in the afternoon. 5 do do LKAVK STATElf 1BLAHD, At 1 - 2 past 6 in the forenoon, 12 past 9 do 1 - 2 jat 12 in the afternoon 3 o'clock do 1 - 2 past 6 do OH EOKOATB LEAVE KtW - lORK, At 5 o'clock in the mornii - g, 10 do do 1 o'clock in the afternoon, 4 do do I.PAVP STATUS ItLARD, At 8 o'clock in the forenoon, 1 - 2 past 1 1 o'clock do 1 - 2 part 2 o'clock in the afternoon, 7 o'clock 1 do Passenger to the Narrow and Ruth wilL for the present, betaken down no Sunday morning, in the 10 o'clock boat, and be called for about half fiast a o'clock in the evening. I he rare lottateu aland will he 25 cents, and to Bath and the Narrows, 50 cents. Children half price. The NAUTILUS is a new boat of great speed in fine order, with good accommodation ; aud is propelled on the Livingston and Fulton plan. On account ofthe pleasantness of her tour, tiie advantage of Sea Bathing at the place she visits, the variety and beauty of the prospect they afford, the cheapness of the fare, and the excellence of the refreshments and accommodations on board, excursions in th Nautilus for pleasure or business, will be found expeditious, agreeable and healthful. A she i fitted for the transportation of Horse and Carriage, and the wharves and floats at New - York, Staten - Island and the Horse - Boat Ferry at the Blazing Star, prepared for safe and commodious embarking and landing travellers in the Post Chaises, or in private carriages between New - York and Philadelphia, Trenton, Princeton, New Brunswick, or Wood - bridge, will find the route by the Nautilus and the Turnpikes across Stalen - lsland to New - Bructwick, the shortest, cheapest and most pleasant that can he (elected. JOHN DEFOREST, Captain. Staten - Island, 27th May, 1818. my 291m AicwiMuR and cahapdaiuua m ail - utaue THREE TIMKS A WEEK. LEAVES Newburgh every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday mornings, at three o'clock, run through Montgomery, Blooming burgh, Monticello, by White Lake, Cohecton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, Ithica, and Geneva, toCanaadaigua. Returning leaves Canandaigua every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boat which arrive in New - York the following morning (0 nirry Be expected that at all tunes tchen the tl - nm - bnali alltr their dayi tf running, that Ihu Une will alter $0 at to meet them. The whole route will be perfomeil in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and trom the nrst ot November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May. in four days and from the 15th LUceniber, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to tbe city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaigua in four days. Passenirers travelling from aew - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or BuH'alo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred miles. Tbe line is well furnished with good, new carriage j good homes, and careful' and experienced driver Every atten tion will be paid to render the passage ot ine traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. nrr FAKE from newburgn to uananuaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. It. A branch of the same line runs three time a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line run from Owego Tioga Point; thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, Kc. . BAGGAGE, a usual, at the risk ofthe owners. David Godfrey, Bloomincburgh, V.. C tit. John. Mount PleasanL L. Si R. Manning, Chenango, iFroprie - Luther Oere, Ithica, I tor. Samuel Greenliff, Geneva, Oliver I'helps, Lansing, mh 14 dfim EASTON MAIL STAGE, THROUCB IS I BAT. THREE TlSES AWXKK an nrr" 1 be proprietors ack m mm jf iaowledge with giatitude the JJL j. 1 - fncouraeement they have if ""j theretofore received in this hub. auu are inerriore inaucea 10 expemic Uie travelling cn this route ; and in oider to accomplish it, have provided thenislvc with four change of horses, whirh are placed at e - aual distance on the route. It will leave White's Hntrl. Eastrai. every ulondav. Wednesday, and Friday, at 4 o'clock in the morning, arrive at Kuzabcth I own 101111 in Time 10 laae uie steam boat Atalanta, at 5 o'clock. ' Leave New Vorlc at 5or!xk, every Tuesday, lhursday and Saturdny , and arrive at Easton early in the etenine : fare throuch five dollar, and a gene rous allowance of baggage, gratis. As this staee passe near the caicDrateti springs on scnooiey MoitnTain. passenger takuur thi line will he carried to the springs willnut any extra chance. Tbe proprietors pledge that nothing shall be wanting o their part to make thi a pleasant route. The drivers are careful and accemmoda - ting. For seats, apply to James Patten, Court - land street, or on board the Aniunta, and White's Hotel, Laston. I. JU. Oi 4. 1'KAIVE.. Chester, June 20 Je 20 lm NOTICE. ftri - Etenm Boot Olivk Sfeyital Bhakcii will sail every nuday, at 1 1 o'clock round en Island, aou occasion allv. 11 the wiikI and tide will permit, to the hook. Thi beauti'ul sail will contribute both to Leal lb and pleasure, aa4 is a dieap a re creation j can be found. Parties vrLo mean to partake of this amusement will, if conen - ert, cive in their name (Ik day preceding, ot the onVe in MarketfieM street, norlii side ofthe Bat tery. Dinner on board, at the usual price. Passage ha ehiUrea hlf pr?cr. my13tf JHE STEAM - BOA TATA LA ST A, r vis aJtjiiMiaajrs a ai - nsyi t 1 rort. kLiSABr.in luvvrv roiar, EAVES N York eacb day, Sunday execpt - ,rflvJJTfcd. flora the foot of White hail - ai rent nt!r lb Battery, at 5 o'clock aad 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock - P. M. 1 leaver Elizabethtown Point M 8 o'clock A. M. and htlf past 12 o'clock aad half past 4 w'cLxk 1. M. J 20 U . - A Unit fabric knew hew la duinxaht b,. DOCTOR HORNE, forrl, of the city of London, a ' ' member of tbe faculty of frii aad Mrrery there, daems it hi. ty to repeat come oiwervation m , the abuse of MERCURY,. u, utuiicruniuBie, ana usual, fied use thereol, baa bees prod native of infinite duarhief. lw aaa are annually mercariahzed out of exi u : . . wo in vie w owe it f. talreu!Udaeflytotbiource. What a pity that a yoang man, tbe hopes of hi country, aai the darling Of hi parents, should be witched v way from all tbe prospect and enjoyment of Ufa by the consequence of one unguarded momeuL and by a disease not in it own nature fatal, anj which on.y prove so from neglect or improp, treatment," A geottemae, (laU Dr. H' patient) now perfectly beany ud well, had beca anderphyiii ian of geneial practice, U fear, and repeatedly salivatid; when reconaneoded U Dr. II. (by a gentleman of thi city) hi bones were carious, and hi flesh dropping from them 1 hi friend declared be could not possibly surviv two month longer. Thousands experimentally know with what ease and iwety Dr. H. eradicates the severest cases, and confirms tbe couti. tution. The Doctor's plan (advertising) i cestary to guard the public against the abate el ' mercury, aad other fatal delusion, held forth. Persons, therefore, having contracted a pri - ' vate disorder, or suspecting latent poison, ar admonished not to tamper with their constitution, or conceal the disorder, till past recovery ; others having the remains of an old cast or other impurities of the blood, a well a otk - er complaint of a delicate nature, in either sex. should remember posterity, aud do justic to their consciences, by making application to Dr. H. at hi old and resnertahu e.t.h lithment, No. 64 Water - street, four bouse west of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance a - lone calculated to prevent disclosure. And her let claim yoar serious attention Rememl'w a superficial cure is no cure at all : unleu ug liness i radically done, yon will certainly bava hgruty at some future period 1 1 perhap then will , be too late for remedy. . Don't y0 often meet ia the ctrect miserable, mutilated twin. ;.i.T even a bit of nose on their face t TaE Twarn ,Z I beseech you. Dr. H's. character for skill and grity being universally known ia this city, .ince I80J, guarantee to patient that delicacy and s. : crery hitherto unknown, and having confined hi practice loryear past, exclusively to the cure ol diseases ofthe blood system, they may safely calculate on the moat decided adi&Lo. , . . . . o1 - - muw 1ult1ngDr.il. Gleets eradicated in tw or three weekly Sti ictuats removed without bougie or any other instrument 1 and all debilities t lili,V. n old ulcerations, fistula's Sic, A plurality of offices are prorided, and o si((. ated that patient are not exnosed tnearh i.,k..u observation. Opea till half past 9 in the event ne. All persons concerned are invited to be free ia calling, and speaking with Dr.H. which is m or cost. Ann here the Doctor cannot avoid tLa expression of gratitude for innumerable nn - nim. tueodationi, and for the decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) long gives him by a judicious puhlic. IM. H. All letter must be poit paid, Dr. Buchanan. Aug S7 lv A'ElTHER qUAlKjkKY AUR JMPui 'l - 1 ER. EVANS' superi! ' method of crig a cet - tain Diseaser, isaowunivr tally acknowledged in thi city ; hi mode of treatment is perfectly mild, safe, ei - peaitious. and lu chart' reasonable. In every u itaace he warrant a cor, and will return the pay ifba doe not perform agreeable u cuinracc There are many persons in this citv and ita vi cinity, laboring uader various chronic disease, such a cancers, old inveterate ulcer, scrofula or kings evil, nstala. diseases of the suwthra, blsaider and kidniet, old complicated complaint of a certain sratare, triliosr aad otker ohstTse - lions, rbeumatiim, Ac whkh tbey consider into hospitals in Europe li years, under some of th first Surgeon and Physicians in the world, ia4 made those obstinate diseases hit constant stadv for 50 year. Oct !t fX7 The subscriber havine recently rettumd from England with an important improvement oa the artificial spring LEG. he takes this method of informing bis friends and the public, that all inoee wno are to uniortunate as to be In want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan K WM. FURVIB. MEDICAL AID. DR. CORN WELL, who k a member ofthe Corprt - bun of Surgeon of London. c4 who ha had much rxprnem in the line of hi professon fci more than twenty years, a lately arrived in this city, and be ins well apprised of tbe nest ength of lime it generally take to introduce a medical gentleman into practice in the common reserved way, takes thi method to inform th public, that he ha taken the situation, No. 278 WATER - STREET, corner of Dover - street his door in Dover - ffet hi name on the door hi sign, a Mortar 1 where be will be found ready to wait on those that please to apply for hit medical aid, in tbe diflerent branches or turgery, and tbe practice of Phytic generally. At, also, in all case of impotency, and a certain complaint, incident to both sex, in whkh he has had great, very great, evpenenre iatbe cure of thousands, without one hour detention from business, or change of diet, or a possible discovery by the most intimate friend. OCT And in an cases 01 conndrnce, ine greatest secrecy will be strictly observed. II ha no shopman, or any person in partnership with him. N. B. Attendance will he riven to na Gents from sun - rise until 9 o'clock in the evening. J im ! ' - ACfVTAT supply of la dies Beaver Bate, fresh from the ma nufactoiy, uita - . ble forth southern market, and packed at tbe shortest notice, j! WlfioN'S, 160 Broadway. er ' ' ' . j T - : mnv 57 TO MAfcO.va. PRO:"OSALS will be received at No. Washintton street, fortuiidinga house, a - reeably with a plan there lett, for a tavern, on the corner of the Bowling Green red buje - 1 street. - )8 F.LV.QAST PIANO F0R1E&. 10S. WILSON, 14 Maiden - Lane, hatjostre - ,1 reived by the Venua, a lre aswrtment 01 excellmt Pino Forte, Patent Flute, Flageo - bts, lie. manufactured exprewly for him bf V1" menti & Co. Lor.don. Also, Fiano Forte Strwp in efs , new muiic, and every article in tbe mistical line ; in - trument taken in exchange. a Inner provided. my 9 NEW - YORK : PRINTED AND PUBLISHED ' MICHAEL BWRNJIAM It TO. 9 Wii.i.iAM - r.v.T orrotiTH tr Uaii Con u - Ilorw. No, eh 1 rablc, tney can ccruuaiv d curea ira geoeiall by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, So. 0. Peck - slip, having practised In extebriva 1 1

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