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J.', - tft FOR SALE OR TO LEASE. 1 J l - ntjin tLe 5. . 8. and 10 Word; man? ol which art ee regulated nod paved streets. No money will be required unaei in yean, win, lutcrtst excepted. HOUSES. . . - Several two and three story houses, oo which a cret part ft Vif money remain oo ronnete. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An eicelkottiwid for business, with ten acres o taoJ, pleasantly situated, wilb a wharl, store b use and barn. ' ' 1MTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acret ofland, and a n - ver falling stream, upon which 20 sbillsmay be erected, wun a suibciency of water tor eacn. 2 Apply at .. - No. S UrecJiwich - atreet Jan 13 tJ"' - ; gt i) LET, Ti !....,, i i.,r home No. 7 Hud . sou street, which commands a pleasant the I'm k and river. i'osteision may uo uo lew day, ti aun (m. tlx liintiinrtoliaidnouie. HI of the bett uualiiy ; well fitted, and suitable to a ,. genteel family. Apply as aoove. , .... ... . :'fl HALE. ' sUl . An ih Hudson, about a mile rTx l. - .o - l. . wi..lniiiinir 133 acres. 33 ol vvhitB are Woodlahd, the. rest it divided by good i ftswe iut a due pmorlNn of meadow, arable . and iieMure lanch The huihuiigt are partly ne w ; tlie house convenient for a iniall family : ittntu - - atijn ii equaiLd in beauty hf lew on the river ; thtadvauiaget, from the vicinity of a fl.un.b - in vilbxge, of public worshic, society audi 1 good market, with the facility of communication with flew York, render it a desirable residence l or a gentleman. 4000 dollars of the purchase nmnf y may remain on mortgage ; tho payment i f Ihe re t will be made easy to the purcbater. Apply on tlie premise!, to A 13 tf I - VERPLANCK. XLr Orders fur European books, map, papers, slatiouarr and oilier articles, in all languages, are regularly taken at the European book store tnJ de oot. No. 1)8 Broadway, New - York, oppo site Trinity church yard, near Wall - street, oo tha plain and low terms mentioned in the pros - . petto, which may Dt seen in taw oooa - noro where there is always a large collection of Eu - . . ropean catalogues of books, with prices, in all languages, for the we of ladies aud gentlemen only. - Orders will also be taken oft the same terms in every city, tovrn anil borough of the union, hv all the merchants, booksellers, printers, anu publishers of news papers and magazines. I 'IT IIELAIIL Asrent. . N. B. The dwelling part of home No. 96 ... 1 : rt, . ... - i ... llroadwy to let. jc ia juj BOARUI.VG. LCRU f TENDLN', Albany, still cootinuet . his establishment in Mr. Gregory's build i.igs, 3 doors oortfi of the Cnpitol, fronting the public s(aare, which, from its central and airy situation, its coinmuidiog view of the iurround - iocountry, the number and eiegancft of its a - p.irtments, is not equalled for pjeatao'toess and conrvnieoce by any pub.'ic ettahlishment ia tke citv. It shall be kept in such style as lo render it a place of geutetl and fashionable resort, both fjf citixont nod travellers. The proprietor hopes, hy t!.euI.cot asiiduity ai.d attention, to mtiit and receive the tonlUiued favouts of Lit fiituds un'l the public. ' N. B. Good accommodation for hones, &r. Travellers will pleaie to observe tha Crutten - dt n't waggon will be at the wharf on the arrival of the steam - boat t take uptl.tir baggage to hit house gratis. Je22eod2w 10 H ) liSK Sand C.1 HRI.IJ. TTOR SALE, a pair of stout family Mack X .' HORSES, with or without a C A R Rl A G E, all la perfect order for a journey of any diktance, tha carriage having jjtt been painted, and the hnrses warranted lo be Iretu an sounit, not na vlng been driven 100 mites during the last sis mouths. Thevstand at MR. SLOWLEY'Ssta bits, nail the carriage at MR. LAWRENCE'?, coach maker, John street. The present owner liavm so little use for them, that he will dUposc of the whole on very reasonable terms. Apply as above; or, at 43 Barclay - street. - Je 17 eod"2w StS A ver Drofitable FA RM, of 1 10 acres, (in iiiirm uni er cultivation, uic itiwire nuuu - . . . - ........ .i i land, situate ontlic tea shore, a quarter of a mile , below the narrows, ou the Stateu l - lnnd side and a short ride from the steam uoat lerry landing 'A ?ites a verv eKteuiive view of the bay and en vironsof New - York, within the Narrows, and ol Sandy Hook and the ocean For profpect is eoualled bv none. I he Utle it unquestionable Two thirds of the purchase money may remain swuremuionine tauu. itppiy io n. . u vuuu tain on the premises, or to VV. A. fiEELY, H3 Greenwich - street TO LET, a convenient new 2 story bouse. aiMoining the anove, wno&garuen ami auotit a - acre of laud, t or terms apply as above. - h 3 eodtf V T ANTED in a Watch Maker's Store. ' VV - lad wlm can be we'l recoiuineuded. En quire nt the f ffice of this paper. Je30 3tawtf - PERFUMES, kc. T! I HE subscribers nave ju. - t received from on oftli.i first perfume houses in Paris, an invoice of rich cut gluts lotlles with per fumes, which for elegance is not to be surpassed by any in thi' city ; among the per fumes they coutaiu are ex tracts of vanilla, jessamine, rce, tec. Aim, ' from Smvnia,otto of roses fin small phial') in itf at in all as in in by the side of in and half will the the Inst oo by 1 pare stale. oj uA.?ir. romatums in pott and bottles, anlinue oils, cold cream, milk of rose?, Hlmoiul nic, i aimnn.l naito and linuid (wilh rich per fumes) a useful artit.le, honey aud lavender wsJ 1 ters, French nnd r.iciisn cosmcuc wanoane, soTip of all kinds, brushes of all kirnL, Cologne water warranted genuine. Espchan and IV. gen - trice and Ninon waters, ladies' work boxes and dressin; cases comple&t and neatly fiimi. - hed ' fr - im three dollar to twentv dolUrt Gentle - ratn'i thaving casct ; ridicii claspt and bags ; " Sxwket bolls ; thread cutet ; purse t or ull kinds ;hritannia metal and mahogany shavms . boxet;g!Ore; kid and tilk garters; tortoise hell and peart combs, different patterns ; silver tumbles ; tweezert ; pencil caset ; gold and Hirer mounted boxet ; Maltese buttons - , amulets and smulet ornameuU ; otto of rosct ; esseuce peppermint, prepared by Mr. Juniper, cf London ; court plaster ; heart oil, equal lo any other kind for promoting the growth of the hair ; Kuspeni't dentifrice pomade divine and Jamaica ; eisence of soap; Naplet shaving soup, in polsand by the pound ; pen, pocket, fruit and sporUmeVs knives, aad alinist every othr kind of perfume and fancy articles: to which they in - vile the attention of the ladies uou gentlemen of iiui city. ANTHONY W. TRAl'PAN & CO. At tht ir fanry store and purluiue ware - house, No. 106 Broadway, ien of the natural rose, nearly opposite the City Hotel. Je I9 3taw5 v MILLINERY, kc. "10I1N 'VINTRINGIIAM, Mill.ner, No. 125 I Wii'..am - st. ui ctfully int'nrrat bit friends and toe roer, hants in general, that he hatmoed Irom No. 117 IViiliam street, to the above No. where he CltlMPa Sntin, Muslins, Ribbons, Craptf . c. at the shortest notice and lowm pnees. Also, Fancy, Lace, Sattin, and Crape Tritumioii. He ha constantly on haml, split straw, and I.jikh - u luli, turban, turban frou'.s, co.le rets, i.c. Oae case uperfine whi'e chips, just imported and for sale by the dozen or single. Stere So. 117 William - street to let, and ci anumucrci glass cases lor sale. J3 lm MAHOGANY SOr AS. CHAIR AND CAC1 NET FURNITURE, . . Mo. 49 B EEKMAJf - S TllEET. rilliK subscriber beet leave to return hit sin X cere thanks to those ladies and gentlemen who have been kind enough to honor him with tbeircowman.il, and to iniuria these, andtiie ad - inirers of handsome furniture in general, that he bat on hand some very elegant solas, cuairs, card, Pembroke and extending patent dialog tables, grand sideboard, inlaid with high polished ornamental brass - work and rose - wood, card tables to match, Grecian couches, sofas, chaise lounge, munc stools, chain, ajc. aiso, a n brary step chair, the utility of which he parbcu Ir1tw Vim nmmAr!l. All furniture warranted of the best quality and workmanship, and ol the newest buropeau lasii ruia Orders eiecuted to any part of tb union lo anr drawing, on the most reasonable terms and punctuality lorcara. Ladies or gentlemen having fancy woods, may have thera uianutaciurej to any arucie iue wish, by applying as above. mr i Tm a. ai. iiai nwn, Sf flK A bouse and farm on Three's Neck, in the town and connty of Westchester, fourteen miles from New - York. The farm contains a - bout one hundred acret of eacellent land in good ifucf. a are vara and oilier convenient out buildings, a good bouse two stories high, with lour rooms on each ll Jr, elrcantlv situated vn the hanks of the East Uivrr ; the situation jo - comraouly haithy ; the neighbourhood the most respectable ; aimmianre ol ircil oi me ieu stiec - iion ; s ale und iSrll fi ll in great variety taken btlbre the hnuse. Kor Inrtlier information ajijdy lothe tubscrihernn the preiniMS. mrlim STr.PHEN . HOFFMAN. Ulutt of .Ytw York, s. IN nursoanre of a decretal order of the honorable the court of th.wery of this state, brar - ilig date the Bdh day of Jiu.c, 1 U 1 !t, will hesuld public auction, at the Ti.ntinc Coff - e House, the i ity of N. Vork, under the diriti(.n..f the subscriber, one of the OJi slers of lliesaidcouit, on the 3d day of July ntit, at 12 o'clock at nonn, tb&t - Certain dwel iug house and lot of erouml situate, lying aud being in tin - city of New York, and which in a certain iml ntuie made the second day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand ticht hundred and nine, between Richard Hurtfhoriie, loin t , illiam llartt - hnrtie, Thcinas L'stick, James Omlerdonk, Mary Titus, William L'stick. Jane llart'liou.e and Delmrah Obderdonk, of Uiefirrt part, and Kd - round Ei'mendorf, of the scond part, is described follows, to wit : Ail that certain dwelling house and lot of ground, situate, l)ing end being the second ward of the city of New York, nml known and diftineushed hv the numlier sixlv nine Wiliiaia street ; which s.ihl lot is bounded front by William street, on the northwest side the house and lot of croond now or forrpe ly property of David Johnson, on the southeast by the house and lot now or formerly Peter Bognrt ; containing in breadth in frcn't twenty five lect, in the rear twenty tight fett ; depth cn the south east side twenty one feet, on the south twenty seven let - t four and a inehes, t.ell.esanie more or less ; together with all aud singular the hereditaments mid appurtenances to the same belonging or in a:iy nre apptrtaining. Daled New York, June !, P. G. lIll.DllETM, .Master inCliaiu try. Je 9 dls FOLK I II JULY JUKII.EK. BOOTHS. - Places lor meting lloolhs nt the Park and Umvling Green the 4th July next. be aligned on Thursday I lie Willi instant, at city - hall, betwetn the hours of II mid 10 in forenoon. Those persons who occupied thi.iu year will li:.ve thf prrfori nee, if applied lor uiilii Friday the Jfilh iustnnt. Jp 16 CL'KLEli 11. 1 Hi M.iMt.iCXViii, 16 Chatham - Street. rriHF. subscriber returns his thanks to the X public for their former patronage in the line of his profession, aud hopes for their future npport. He likrwise informs them that he has hand a contant supply of curled hair, manu factured esprcHy for matrassc, on an imiirovcu priucipl ; and likewise guaraiitees tho hair sold him to be free from auy impure smell, lu inr well scoured, boiled and hiked, and titling ma nufaclurcd by machinery, has an advantage over auy other hair manufactured in Amrrit a its very texture and elasticity making it a taviifof twtnty - Gve per cent to the purchaser. WILLI .M JALKSU.. N". B. Merchants and the trade in general will find it to their advantage to call as atxve. 30 bales of hair in its rough state ; 6 bales ol Ion lisirsc - t - dils ; 3NM) lbs ol Ion; hair dtawn 30 inches, clubbed ; 600 dozen hair sieve rmt'oun. For sale as above. my 5 i'ni TAMMANt HALL. THK copartnership, lieretof.ire ' existing hc - , tween IIIIRAHAM B. MART LI Mi nml WLXIAM ti. COZZENS, was dissolved on the 1st of April last, by mutu .1 consent. The establishment will be continued by the suhscritir The situation of TAMMANY H ALL ii probably anrivnlled iu this city facing; the Park and the Cily H all, and within a minute's walk of the Theatre, Aradem vol the Fine Arts, Must um, tic. It presents inducements lor uir, prospect, convenient e and at commndatioo, inl. rior lo none in this city. Travt liers iroin the dilf' - r - ent ttatesin the union, nml Irom lint st .tr, will rind at Tbmmany Hall a lar.lt r hc!I pUh ked with all the; delicacit s of the feason, hoice Wine, airy Bed Chambers, and every convenience - thai run he expected, and on the must iiiodeiati terms. Ja II lm WM P. CCZZFN;. LOTS IOI.KASEA P THE NORTH RIV Mi. SITUATE betwem Barclay and Murray - street, Chamber and Reed - ttreete, Jay nn - 1 Harrison - streets, and North Moore and Beat h - ttrctts, nt a pi ice very considerably less than in terest on their value, and at the expiration of the lerni the huil Jui;s lo bo fairly valued und paid fir, or a new Icae granted. Al - o, l. let by the year at 3 low rate, several lots or yard. ou the water, well calculated fot lumber, plaster of pari, kc. Apply to l'il. RH1NELANDER, 31 Park, near the Theatre. Several of the above lo's will be sold at a mo derate pi ice and on a liberal credit. A small portion of the money only will be required. June 11 tf txuiaiTMjr or thk vise sirs, COLUMBIAN PICTURE GALLERY'. At. 146 Falton - strett, near Broadicny. rWlHE proprietor t.f tins valuable and t - xtcn - JL sive collection of pit lures, eoibrarcs the opportunity ol inlorming connoisseurs and ieurs of the Cnearts, nud the enli'hlvucd put - lie of New - York, that the gallery will in future be open from 8 in the moi - ning till half past 10 at night. Froai 0 in the eveninj lo half past 10, the gallery ii brilliantly lighted up, and the admission only 2 cents These pictures have been collected, at the ex pense of 2J0O dollars, and are allswtd, by tnr be?t judges, to be the finest specinieua ot the art ever exhibited in the United State! - , being gems, selected with peculiar care, Irom the va rious cabinets in liome, .aple. rloreticc, Atn - terdam, Pant and Lou ion, and the works cf the most approved painters, both ol the ancient and modern schools, and ae undoubtedly originals. Artifts, ladies or gentlemen, will be entitled to s'.udy, orcpy auy pf the pictures by becoming nhsenbers. Ladies or gentlemen, who have subscribed one dollar, on paying another, will be considered subscribers for the season. 'XT' Admittance, for the day and evening, 0 cents ; for a month, si : for the season. W talues included. TO BE LET, At a very low rent,' from the present till the 1st of May next, th. 6TORE, CI u. ,l. V.ri time Fulton - street, wilh back ROOM, and large CELLAR below. Je24 lm TO LET. A genteel House to Let. situated in a pltusiibt and healthy silnation enquire at .No. 20 Harrison - street, between lluisca and Grecn - wich - stretU. Kent $400. itiiU ? - ' ' - .; ' WHEAION'3 ITCH OINTMENT. " aHE long and successful use of this oinlaetl ts a aulscient recoaueendatioa, m it hat beea found to be a pieasaut, safa and certain te - uedy for that disagreeable disease in all its tta - 5e. It is for taleio the city of New - York by . A. ti Vf. R. Post, No. 4 Gillian - street; I. U T. Clark. No. 85 Alaideu - Lane ; U. H - Sthieffcliak Co. No. VJi Pearl - street; Lawrence il keese. No. 16a Pearl - streets Hull 4 Bowne, 146 Peart - street ; U. U L.Murray, 313 Pearl - street ; J.M. Bradhurst, 314 i'earl street ; Jolut Penford, No. 4 Fleti her - stael ; Durvce Si Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrisdii, litl Greeowkh street; Joim P. ruber, IU6 Broad - war ; Walters Seaman, comri ol Chamber - it. tod Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in short it may i procured at most oi uie i;rug Stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of t. Witherell St Sons ; George ilariell , North il Ko gc rs, ana almost a - i tue oruggitit ia tue principal lowot in the United Mates. - - ncKwisie, WHEATO.V3 JAUNDICE BITTERS may r nail at the anove placet. tanrzoin VALUABLE REAL La r OK BALE, i.t thk urt or mw - iuHi. r'lVE lots of ground on the west sideofGreen - . wich - street, between Vestry aud Desbrot - ses strcets, !j by lit). four do in the rear or the above, fronting on the east side of Washington - street, 25 by 80. Eight do in the block liclow, between Wash ington and West - streets. In Montgomery county. 6000 acres of Laud in Lawrence's purchase. near East Cauada Creek, on the uoith side oi the .Mohawk. In Franklin County. I5,16i acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Morns and Dayton. In Essex Connty. acres of Land in the town of Barry more. In the County of Lewis. 1i50 acres of land in Catterlaud. Chassanir Pun base. In Saratoga County. SCOO acres in Palmer's purchase. Euquire at tLeoihte of the ml wrrihtr. 34 Ce dar - street. 15LT. KOC1N20N. mh 17 tf Br.RGL.N OKPIIAiva Kil'lil, Ol the Term of Maiih. It: 111. Catharine Schuyler, Adininiilr.itrn, ic. f ol John A. Schuyler "Rule, under Statute. . deceased. V rMllEcourt onler and direct, That Catharine L Schuyler adu;inistratrii of the eooils. ch.t - tels and credit oi John A. Schuyler, deceased. sue public no'ice to the creditors of the !eie - dent to bring in Iheirclainis and demands against the estate ol the taid dtcedent, ou tr hefoie the first day of May, iu the jettr of our Lord eighteen hundred and nineteen, hy putting up notices lo that effect in live of the nn.i't public placet in the county of Bersen,' for the space of two months, and advertisinc (he same for the like space of tune in a ncwrpaprr printed and pub - iiaiii - u in iiic Plate oi .vtn - ervty, r iiuiu a newspaper printed and published iu the city of New - Yoik. A true transcript Irom the record. apSRSin JOHN A. HO K D, Sur'unte. G.bAL.NDER'S PA I ENT RAZOR Si KOI'. You that wish to shave w ith ease, Buy of Saunufrs if you please ; His Razor Strop's, irculiar sm h, Thai sharps the Razor with a touch. C SAUNDERS n - H - rtiully solicits those r. who have not tot his Patent Rszcr Strop, lo furnish Iheiikselvcs with his new invented Ra zor Strep, and .Metallic Coinpnsi'i'iu. No gen th man who nice ninkes Mai of one of the Strops now otTercd, will cvertry any o(hers;aud such is tlx ir inrnuitioii, that eer so iuui n uso will not give the razors that routines whit Ii remit rt the best of l! cm ust Ins, ami hu h is well known always to billow the npplii rvion of allthoie lii'.her - to invriitt.d. 'I he nhoie strops are in general ue in New York, and ate di'tirgunlied lioiu ail ptln r. Uatlieis h bo have u d the ui say more iu their piaise thun I can myself. G. SAUNDERS, 13 Wall - ttreet. Also for sale, Razors, Soep, aud every uten - til lorSh.iiin, of the first oualitv, with a supe rior assnrtrm tit of perluiiicry, Hair Powdtr.iic. Irom Smyth's, New Bond street, London. N. II. The most liberal allowance made to dealers. my ii TRAPS ''I'llEmwIy invented patent Box 'Praps, for s ilo at 130 Water - lreet. .te 13 To Corii'iUtu, I'lotrreri, itune Cutttrt and Vttnnt. THE BUILDER'S ASSISTANT IS roost respectfully addressed, and woitby the attmli'Ui of evtry one. either interested or directly concerned in building, as it contains the most useicl matter in their respective pursuits; hk Ii as tlesigus lor store r rout;, town and country Dwellings, with their tlttail, h Stair Cases, II im. - rad'.'RaUing.Mou'tliiigs, Doors, Windows, Fiaoiing, Kooliag, Floor iug. Partitioning, Spi rals, Art hitraves, t .irnit bet, r rizes, Arches, Toiiihs. Steps, Marhk - .Mantles, Centre Flowers, wilh a number uf i legnnt t - xauiplet of Foliage, Greek and Roman Mouldings, plain nnd enriched with Working Dian ings ol the most beauli lulspt ( linens o the enters of Aiclulci tnrc, both Lit - , k ii lioiuan ; together with a 4esrnptiou o: tnu proerlies ol all kinds ofiunterials used in the const rut tion ol buildings, w itli thf proportions nnd besliuultutrtifniixiiig &: working such as require lo be compounded, so as to rentier them dura - hie. The strength, stress and belt disposition ol timber in Irauiim: of carpentry, tkiuonsiratcd - Speciiii - atioiis of the several works, with rules for estimating and measuring the same. To fu ciiitnte the knowledge by these instructions, tht letter press will be accompanied with IMI copper - plates ( of which an - original designs) ac - couif amed withilrtiniiioosiif the most approved method olcoiislrurli.nl, character and application, fiom the htst aulHority slutlied lor thtir direct use, ami made upplirahle lo the present style of building in this country, with plans, elevations and set lions, by John Haviland, archi - leit, and engraved by Hugh l!rilKrt, artist. II. B RID PORT most rtsi erliiilly informs the punlic, that be is on a visit to this cily, for the purpose of soliciting the patroiipge of subscriber fortut: above work. The sanction of and nnniei of upwards of 150 tiiliscriUrs at Philadelphia will, l.eleels asmted, s'ltVuntly recommend the mi nt ol the worti as worthy ll.eir attention und that liiieral eiieour.igcinivil whit h they have stu - tlicd Ii nieri', both in its design and the reasona ble terms of its completion, which will be in a vi - lnimsoi tivc nuinbeneai h ;one number to be published innnthly, t one dollar per number, ptyatHeon tio.ivi - ry to tunscruiert to non - tuo - scribeis, wIhii t oiiipU te;!, jIU. I he l.i't luunlicr is now tetly for delivery, and luav Iw seen, with the li - l tx subicribers, at Messrs." Kirk and Merceii.'s store, No.22 Wall - strtct, In rs? names wiil be received from thoe who wish to become subscribers To the above work. Je IU 2w FOR SALE, 4 LO r of land, containing helween sixteen and twenty acre, aiiioming tlin village o bloominihtle, fronting on the 'J crlh Avenue and 1 1 ud wa Kivtr, adjoining on the stitch the country seat of Mr. John 11. Talman. The terms will be reatounhle, and two thintt el the purchase inor.ty may reoi.nu secured by bond autl mortgage. ALSO, two lotscferpun'l, twenty five feet by one hundred each, situate on the east it!e ol Forsv lb str.i t, about ISO lo tt0 feet north ol Drlancy - Mrect. If not disposed of at private taK the above wiii be uTered for sale atauclion, oa Wednesday, UthJuly. For fartlif r particulars, apply at tlx Mutual insurance Oliice, Zvo. 62 Wail street. Je II lm B REW . r or sale, a trrain, br Jl3 ery ii Malt Hocse coiintrcted, in the city ol Iiud - on. I he bnildinp ara stone, and par i ticularlv well calruiatetl for the htuines. II is 'tted ,a K.e n.elM of a barley country and his mai.v otiier ad antajes. It is certainly an ob ect kir llioe wblaog lo rnraje in th't busi ness. It is the only brewery in the couctry. j his property wul be sold t heap. Terms hbe ral ; title xotkI. For further particular apply to M. .Ml'LDEN. No. 73 Maidcn - laoe, New - York ; or J. N1XOX, Jr. ccar the premises. Joae 13 tf POST CfJACll AWB STEAM - BOAT LINE,! Bt WAY Of KLflABtTHTOWK poibt.' (Through in One Day.) ANEW Line or Post Coaches witb every convenience for .passengers and baggage, on Springs, ttartt from the. Coach office, No. 1 Courtland - ttreet, ner Broadway. New - York, every morning, (Sunday! excepted) at 5 o'clock, in the Slenui Boat Atalanta, via Elizabethtown, Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same afternoon, at 4 o'cloi k. ..... A second Line of new Post Coaches will ttart from New - York every morning, (pundnyt excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalanta, lodge al Trsntou, and arrive at Philadelphia, in aSteam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollars. P. S. Passengers are requested to call and take their Seals at the olnce No. 1 Courlland - st. N. V. United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience for patenters and baggage, on springs. The U. S. mail coach will start from the coftcholfice, No. 1 Courtlandt - t. New - York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrie at Philadelphia next morning at 6o'tlock. Only 6 passengers admitted. For teats in the above named Linet, applj to THOS. WHl l FIELD, at the old established Coat h. and Steitin Boat office, No. t Court - landt - itiett, near the corner of Bread ay, New - York : or to A. T. GOODRICH & CO. No. 124 Broadway, comer of Cedar - street, and at No. 53 Whitel.Ril - strtef, New - York. - (ryAll goods and hgage at the risk of the owner. JOSr.ril I.IUA, rcr.vo s - .. N'. B Expresses sent to any part of the t.cn - tinrnt.hy THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je 14 &WIF1' - 6LRE MAIL COACHLS, rr.R rnu.APKi.i'iiiA, m - - . tJ - Lent New - York ri - t - 4ff2 eve v inoinii g (Sunday'tiex - TOKi - t - eeoktl') al Ho'clock. autl nr - ye in lliiladt'iphi.i next ti.iv to tlnii.er. The iulilick houses nr good, and reasonable in their charges. The drivers, hones and coach es nre not inlerior to any others now running oe - twecn these ivo cities. The beautiful rountry, and the exci Hence of the roads on this rout, con nected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expences, are bc lt ived to be strong inducements to travellers in civine this line a decided pre It r ence. The strictett Attention will be observed by the proprietors in giving gtntr..! satist'acti on. Ail baggage and pacnagts will go at the lis It ol the owner unlcs insured and receipted fur by the clerk of said oiTkc. Stae tare only to, with ft generous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing totiavelat their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one flay previous to starting. for sents apply nt Northern Hotel, No. 9 Courtlandt - street, New - York. ar 2 Proprietors. L'NiUN LINE F O II P II I L A D E I. P H I A. Twriity - live ndUs land carriige, via Now - Brunsvtiik t d Trenton. In new l").t cnaclie Do good stagt s 4 10 Do lorecystle ( - r ilock passengers, 3 60 Connected bv the steam boats oi.ivk uhancii aid rul.AliKl.riii A. Tne steam - boat Olive Brinch will leave New York every day, Sunday's exreptetl, lioui the north ide of the Battery, at 1 1 t.'t lock, A. M. Passenger will lodge at Trenton, and take the sieain lat I hilade! - nhia. toastonriive in Philailelpbia at 10 o'clock the next mornii g, iu time to take the Union Line Baltimore steam boats. This line has a connecticn wilh the best bonis on the D law are and Chestipcake to Norfolk: as also those of the Noith River and Sound ; and their several arrivals are cait ul..l til localise little, if any delay. This is a speedy nnd icrlain'y llic most ronve - nirnl route, as the passt ngtrs will leave New - York aMer the bai.kst pen, and arrive in Philadelphia helore the hours of business, without la - ligue in Iravelliti or want of sleep, the land carriage being nun h h ss Ihau by any other route between the I wo cities. For seatt iu the above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUF.S, At the Union Line Sleam Boat Office, in Mar - kettiehl street, north side of the Battery, between Greenwich and Warhinuton streets, or ta The CAPTAIN on board. Q7 All goods and baggage at the risk of the oi! - r. up 4 NO I ICE. For the further nccornmo - I datum ol the public, Ihe tle - ijnwiif partiirr nf Ihr Firefly from rs; " - , ,v. '. .'.i.vfw - iota and ewburgh will lie in lulute on the fcllowing days : Leave New York on Monday, Wednesday rtsssacrsjNew - Yorii and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newburgli on Tuesday, Fiidny and Suntlay at 8 A. M. Ihe above arrangement win commence ny me Firefly leaving Newburgli on tuuiay, the .'Itli May. 'I hn Western Stage leaves Newburgli iunue - diak'y alter the arrival ol the Firstly. my 22 KASTO AJID Br.Tni.KnKM SEW LINK, VIA KKW - BRUNSWIlK. (rr PHS - cngers will leave Vew - York every .Monday VpJand Friday, at II o'clock, - disA. M. in the steam boat Olive Branch ; lodge al New Brunswick ; leave there early next morning, and arrive at Easton at 4 o'cIih k in the afternoon. Returning, leave Easton every Tuesday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, A. M , lodsre at New Brunswick ; arrive at New York at lOo'tloek next morring, in the steamboat Olive Branch. The stage connected with this line is a good four - horse stage - Passage from N. Brunswick to Easton, $350 ; from Easton to Bethlehem, 75 cent. For seats in the above line.hpply to WM. B. J AGUES, at the I hiia'i.'elrhia Union Line Steam - iio.it Oilice, north side ol the battery. ROBERT LETSO.V, Proprietor Je 13 ff FOH illi..1i)r..JlllA, ELlZABETH - lOir FOLVT. iUol - COACH LINE, Throniih m a day and by day - light, LEAVES' New - York in tho steam - boat Atalanta, from the loot of Whitchail - slrect, near the Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquire at No. 1 Courtlandt - street ami No. 3 V hite - hall - strett, at whith pl at cs itals may be titkcn. Je 20 tf 'lO LEAsE OR FOR SALE, ,ki I nit tlti'aiit moJcrn r.uilt bou.. - , uliiate at the corner of Sands and W4iington rtrrtU, Brooklyn Its sz is Ihirty - rne feet limit by fifty feet deep, its rooms so arranged as to combine every convenience lor a genteel residence. 1 will be sold with Iwo or niore lots cf ground, a? the optiotiuf the purchaser. Terms, one fourth cah, the rut iu smtli puyminU as will be mo. - t touvtnitul to pun ha: er. Apply on the pre misetto C. BALL, may 2:1 tf itiii A dry Cellar, under the hntre No. I Pme - str - et. Faiquiieof .MR. S.VIEDF.S, my I Itf 134 Pearl - street. YvANTED.. A GIRL from 12 to 15 years of ar;c, of good d x. character and steady namts, toasutt in family. Apply at 74 Leouard - itrcet. JeW TU K SVUXD '"STEAM B OA T - LJXE. t - yJ - The proprietors, witb a A W I ' - yiew of accommotlatiiig tl FjXXmwf public, by extending the line Jjlo Norwich, intend making ihe ei perinient n itli the Fulton, Capt. Law, and this route (if (bond practicable) will be continued during the season. The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, at (ollows! T he Connecticut, Cipt Bunker, will lenve New - iork every .Vonrfu.y, WtAnetiau and Friday, at o'clock, in the morning, tor New - Haen. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave A'orunch at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same days, touch at few - Loudon and depart Irom .thence for "VS'tic - Harm at 8 o'clock. The boatt will meet at Aiic Hmtn, and depart from thf nee every Monday, Ittdius - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in Hie evening the Connecticut lor V(ic - l'or, and the Fulton lor JVt w - Lviuion and A'oi ti - it U. mh 1 7 N Kvt aunt. H and iaa am.ais.ca aiaii. si iiit' TnR&B TIMK8 A VVF.F.K. vfrT5t I LA VES Newburgli eve - te3TTrta 't Sunday, i uesday, Wfr&itttnl Thursday mornings, at iZi - CU.rce o'clock, runs throu;l. icntgimtry, Blooiiiingtiurgb, Monti''elln, by White Lake, Cushccton, Mount Pleasant, Great Brud, Chenango Point, Owtga, lthica, aud Genet a, toCauamhiigua. Returning leaves Canandaigua every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Nevvburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boat which arrive in New - Yuik the following morning. ffj ll ! It trjieeltd Ihul at all limit whtn tht tham - hiiuls alitr llutr dayi of runnwg, thai thu line uill alltr su as lo meet tlitm. The whole route will he perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until the first t.f November and from the brst of November until the fifteenth of Deeen.ber, and from the fiAeenth of March mnil the first of May, in four tlavH and from the 15lli Dtccmbcr, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the cily ofNew - Yoik and tun from thtnee to CananJaiguain four days. Passengers travelling from 'New - Yoik to Canantiai(;iia, Niagara or llufl'alo, can leave N. Y'oi k in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Cuianduigiia in tin t e dais a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, and c; - .rcfin ami expei ienced drivers Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; anil it is believ ed tl.kl the at corr.biodatioiis on this line are equal to any line in the ktate. fXT" FAKE from Newbiirgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. X. B. A branch of the same line runt three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. AUo, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point, thence thiougU Newtown and Panned Post, to ilalh, He. , BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, illpniiiingburgh,') E. C. St. John, Mount Pleasant, j L. k R. Manning, Chenango, LProprie - Luther Uere, lthica, I Samuel Greenliff, Geneva, i Oliver Phelps, Laming, J mh 14 dCm tors. EASTON MAIL S PAGE, TRR0CCH I.V 1 PAT. mnKK T1MK8 A WKS K. I he proprietors ack - . i .1... .. . - .i ,,,lii i n "n r it tie v no giutiiutie tne SPClsSIWl ucour.igrmenl tly hvve ,n retofore rei eived in Ibis III., y dll J the trave oic iher.l'ure m.luted to expedite ing on this route; and in oitirr to accomp'.h lour t bang' i, have provided thenislve with s cf horse - , w hit h are placed at e - qu.tl distant es on the route II wiltleave vviiite's Hotel, l.ai - ton, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 4 o't 1 - M.k in the morning, arrive at Eiizabi th Town Point in tune to take the stci.m boat Atalanta. al 5 oYlot k. Leave New YotU t So'i - Iock, every Tuesday, 'I hursilay autl Saturtlay, und arrive al Eattuu e.nly m the evening ; fare through live dollars, bi.tl a generous all'iWHiiceof hnggi ge, giatis. As ihisstaie passes near the calebiuled spiings on Sihooley't .tlounlain, passengers taking this lint will be carried toth springs without any extra charge. 'I be propiietois pledge that uolhiog shall be wauling on their part lo make this a pleasant route. The drivers nre Cartlul and arc imut ila - ting, r or teats., apply to JaiuuS fatten, C . - urt - lan.l street, or ou boar.i Ihe Alilanta, ai.d While's Hotel, Easton. 1. .. ii J. DKAKK. Clesl, r, June W Je 20 I in .NOIIl.L ifZT swam Bout Oi.ivk Jikakch will sail eveiy bund.iy, at I i o'clock round i.latf n Island, and .casicn - nby, il na: no.. I and lult - will piuiu!, to the hook. 1 his beautilul tail will contribute bulb lo health and pltasurc, and is at tltt op ti re - e realion r.s can be found. Partitt who mean to partake of this amusement w ill, if convenient, give in then names the day preceding, ut toe nice in .viarketutl'l siieet, uuriusiue uline nai lery. Dinner on hoard, at the usual puces. Pasr.ige fit children h. - lf prne. niy I3lf FOR ELIZABETHTOWN POINT, f EAVES N Yoik each t - rrej!Lr - " - Sundays except - M3.S'gfe'.rig - J'2.ed. from Ihe foot of White - ' hail ir. t ueai ton Battery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. ; leaves Eliza - bethtcwn Point at II o'clock A. M. and half pal 12 o't lock and half past 4 o'clock P. M. Je 20 tl li t ! (itr On the 1Kb of l ny, "S rouiiiicnced runniiig four - arv ... , . .. eaves .ew - iirK on i ues day. at tto'cloca, a. M ; Wednesday, al 5 P. M; r ridav. at v i. m. unci caiurcav, al j r. .vi. ci each weeK ; and a noat leaves Aluaiit' ou 'Holi day, Wednesday, iLursday, end S - tunlay, ht 9 A. M I'lw Fire - Fly leaves Ntw - Ynrk on Tuesday, Thursday nnd catmday, at 9 A M. for New - burgh, and reltirr.aou Mendny, Wednesday tuid I ntlnv.Bt If A. Jeao I5ATH. rplIE subscriber respectfully inform the citi - xtO! t'l .ittt turn, iriniiL - ii anu lliv outi - , that his ik use at BATH is now open lor their ie - cepliou ; ils situiitiou is, probably unerniailcd on the continent iviiiun a snort instance oi iiie city and in view of Sandy Hook. II present the fi u!st prospet t. Mid for salubrity of uir and the advantages ol Sea Bathirg is probably, without a rival, tie has erected s - vir.il new L - alhit Houses, ai d a lloating bridge lo receive ihe sleaui - bnat bis' larder is wel stocked with all the ilt'lirr.riesnfthe wason. Travellers from the southward can be accominndaled wilh Boe.rtlit:g and Lodgirij; on reasonable terms, and trai.ient persons will Li;d it u licabl.v Mid asrerable retreat. JOHN COLEMAN. A CARD. 07" The subscriber respee .t fully notifiet the puiiln', J.,at patsengers for BATH anil the NARROW'S sn the steam I. nt Naullliis will, on Sun - day nt st, and until frriher notice, be (.nkt.n from VVbitp - Hall at ID o'clock in the lorenoon, (m - leatl t f 6 oVlothin I'.e nioming) and will be called tor xeain af - out halt pi at 0 it. the nlteia.ion. Pleasure boats can come up wiiii s - ifely to the bridge. JOHN COLEMAN. Je 13 Tin kiTif! A farm of bctwetn sixty ami seventy aci s, situate on Ihe wet belik ol Lake Otsego, and one mile fiom the tillage of Coopt - rstivvn. On it nre anetv stone bouse at let l square isi.ts tarm house, barn, 6.C it forms a oesirablc es labli.hi.teiil lor a geiitlt w iis!nng to retire into the t.ciintry, us it situation, as to prospect, convenier.e - to market, Aic. i not siirMS.d by anv iu liie interior of the state, it will lie sold A loi Tor rush, on a credit, or exchanged for pi - perty iu this city, good, cic. Api.ly to 11. D ft R. SEDGWICK, roy 7 tf Lar Bui!dins. A 4iKerua? pttljt kaew aew l dis.ia. wh be - teT Uuogs that ihir. DOCTOR IIORNE, foruiily Of the Cl'IV nT lr. In. A.I VBiemlitr of ti faculty of m1Tr - ..sc, j iiirre, aeeffii Kftitde - IV to repeal some tM.servatiooj es the abuse of MERCURY, a rash, indiscriminate, and unqualified use thereof, bat beea productive of inlinita mA.,..r r n t. . anus ate annually mercBrializt - d out of exi.t, ' o w ,,ave in w "wet itt fa. lal results tl. - fly to thrssoiirce. WUt ri that a young man, U.e bop. of his reentry, Ji the darling of hit parents, bouId 1 witched la - way fiom all the prosjieci, and enjoymtnU of Ii". by the consequences of one tmgaardiid momet t! and by a disease not ia itt own nature fatal anrf which only proves to from ucglect or imp'rop,' treatmenu" A geatlemar, (Inte Dr. H't oa - tient) now perfecfy hearty and well, had beea nm crfbysii inosof geneial pructict, six years, f. ''t - setHyalivabd; when recoauuended u Dr. II. (by a gmtienihn of this chy) hit bono were cau.ius, and his flesh dropping (ron tm . his friends Un lared Le rjjuld not possibly survii to monOit longer. Thoutandt exf enmentallr know wilh what ease end t. - yetyjjr. JL eradicates (be severest cp - ses. and eonliriiis U.e rouiU - tution. The Doe tor's piaa (advertising) i, 0I. ccssary to guard tl public &gaiot u,e fctUM. ( mercury, aud oUitrlalalMtluiicns, held foith Ivrsout,, theiefore, having contracted a pri - vate disorder, or suspecting 'atent poison, ai admonished not to tamper wiin their constit. lion, or conceal the disorder, till past recovery ; eithersbai'iig the remams of au old case or other in.puiiUes of the Moor!, at well a otiier comp.mutt of a delicate nature, in cither tex. sh'.uld remember poiterify, and do iustice to their consciences,' by uiukin - tppilcatioi to 1 it. U al his old and respectable estib - lisf.im.rt, No. C4 Water - street, four hoffes vtesl ol Old - slip, to o - t. - .in that prom pi essiniucc . lone ca'culat'.d t;v pievcntdisclosure. Ai,a ueu let ii.t ch.tm ycur aenous a(!ent;on Ren cnibsi a ueilit.o.: . . 'tis no eure ?.f a"; unless tlie fm - mess is radicii.;.v dcir, you will certainly hats ihe disordei break out ig..in with redoubled tt. lenity, at some lutuiv tn:fi,id ; perhaps then be too late for remedy. I)o't you uaf n iWf.t i, the ttrtcts mtserali'f, mui;teti bi - mgv ,t j - ,(,f " : even a bit of oosc on U.eir face . Tai; war; I bestf . h you. , " Dr. IPs. t hamcter for skill and fii..H)fP p. sriry being miiv. if.tily knowr. ictti 'y ,lte loO - l.giiaranlte to paiienta lliat rk - lit - icT r, - ciery bitl.erlo unknown, and i:m in; cnnOned h t pi act ire for years paM, excliisueij o . - . rc0 diseases of the kin sysbtn, tii. y may - .ii Vcal - ciilate on (he iiu'st decided advanh.get ii cue - suiting Dr.H. Gleets i radicated in t or thre weel;. Strictvyes rtinove.l vithou bougies or any otter instniint nl ; ui.d all dtbdiliet; likewise all old ulceration, litiu.V &(. A plrralily of offices are piorided, and to'sits - .itt;d thnt patients are not e.x;o - ed f.ieuch other's ohsi rvftion. Cpcu till hali' att y in tjlC evening. All enonstont err.ed ate invited to hf free nliina, ami speaking with Dr.H. tvhv's it ins of cost. And here die Dtictor ennnot avoid lis iApression of gratitude for ir.nuuierahle. reron. inendatioiis, anil lor Ihe decided preiercnt e fit ti presumed wiwijustcausc; long givta bim by a utilt l"U I'U.lll, N. B. All lettertruutt be pott paid. Dr. Buchaoaa. Aug 27 li - (NV.i h kit U wY'OA JAU Ui - tioa: DR. Illtfl EVA No' iir.'i'i (hod ofcurir.i; rn - m ij!sse. is now uci - .t . . , . . taily a' knoa inlfrd in tins city ; his model treMn.enl is penertiy mild, if(!, es - ..iiious, and his cl.atg. i rrasonal :e. In every ii tame he warrants a cure. .Mi aud will return the ray if .vdoct no"t pt r.'orm nreeab. .v. l'l.i L t a . - - - '"J, "lritco, 1 here are many persons in this city Anil its vi I'i.i. atrii IMItH nw blniB. W. I cinity, laboring unoer various chronic diseasew, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, sosotulti or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the eretbra. bladder and kiddies, old complicated com plains of a certain eatuie, bilious and other obstructions, rheumatism, Ic. vtl.ii b they consider inrs - rahle, they can certainly be rend (ingecert ) hy applt i" At Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No, il, rcK - lip having practised in e.xMnht hospitals in Europe 12 years under some of the lirst burgeons ant! 1 1 ysicians n the world, tti .,.it.la tin. a, a Itt f 1 IV Ti f J a'lBSOssttA e l.iai r.. a j llhtur wives. v s asitj tv - llBirUJi I PUT or HrJ ear. Orl ft IT3 The subscriber havir.2 recently returned from England widian impnrtatit impiove merit on tho arlifii:d sprir LEG, he lakes this method of informing his friend - aud the public, that ill those won aie to unlor' urate as to be Iu want el a leg, or arm, they e an be accommodated by tp - plying at No. 77 Barclay - strc. - t, New - York. Jan 23 WM. PURV IS. .MEDICAL AID. Dll. CORN WELL, wheii a member nf the Corrrr Hon nf Surgeons of London, iff who has trad much experifwi in the line of Ins proteinos more than twenty years, M lately arrived in this" city, ari being well apprised of thecl cngtii ol tiBje it generally t ines to int reduce i irredical gentleman into prhclice in tlie coiulM reserved way, takes this method to inform tc public, that he has Irken the situation, No. 27 WATER STREET, corner of Dover - street his door in Dover - street I is nrnie on the door his sign, a Mortar where be will be found ready lo wait on ltw' that please to apply lor his medical nid, in tie diferent branches cf surgery, and the practic. oi Physic generally. As, n' ., in ail cases ofimpnlency, and sefr - tain , - aii, i.l lint nr - iih.fit to hnth sex. in whicn he has hail grt it, very great, experience intl cure oi tbouiaiids, without one houta dettstj'jn - 1 - luiiitnu...) - . . ."'!., - r.. - .rt.' hv ihi mKt intimate friend. r...,n In,. in. .aa Arf inni', fil llief. Or liu - lli.1' n - w An.t in ill ra., of rnrfidenre. the TlH ill he strictly observed. He M no shopman, or any person in partnership w'1 N. Attendance will "be given te patiee' from un - rise until 9 o'clock in the evening. JeR lm A ('" dirt Beater Hat J fresh fro the nil nufactory,' to"' ble forth o1J ern market, J narked at shortest s - ,c VI I l.c v. - - IfcO Broad w I I MlSbM red at No. reeabiy wilh nnlan llitrete"; icr " . . . r tareen anu uie corner vi iuw a... mb It 4 ntreet. KI.fAi.1JfT PIAJfU ti,, tt'tlA V - ic VI II kIVV IJMl rtin LSUri1" ' Lane, n'j - v m ! assortnerft t Flute. Fj ,) ct ived by the Venus, a lar excellent Piano t rrtrs, raieav I. s. .......l , - ineMl b liTki' ten, ... Tortef inenti k Co. lindon. Alto, s iy - w in s ts , new music, and every article w sical line: instruments taken in v"""; (tmers itoviiIi d. BIT - - NEW - YORK : - n PRViTKii ASD tUBLlSBlV MICHAEL 'bUIIXIIAM k No. 4'J Wii.i.iAM - STFr.T orrosn B Aa k LorE - ('r,j mmm r3s iTrCvx - t& " .v - 1 fi ''sw may S7 , . -

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