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.r7nEREA3Jae.Jeiiee, Of towl of V V fcouUifield, coenty ot K nmooa, uomu of .New York, being indebted nato Heart Davit, j tha nu i.tur. m and br m certain txmi or eMigntjoo, tearing di tbe ioU T rer, M toe year o our nova, one ukmjmuhj l..oHn - H kb1 mHlaoi. in tbe benaTsuaof twelve boadrtd and eiaety one doll in, lawful money of . tbe United States, conditioned for we payment oi tia headred aad forty fere dollar, and ufly cent, lawful money aforesaid, with lawiul interest for the tune, 6a or before the teal day of May. then SKttessoiog tbe date of laid bond or obligation, lor the better securing and more tore payment of Uieettid ansa of asoney mentioned id tne ma boad or obligation, according to the true intent and Meaning thereof, did, together with Abigail hit wi(, on the aaid tenth day of December, in we year aforesaid, mortgage loioesasu . Davi., all that messuage, larnj, pfafltation, tail Meadow and premises, situate, lyinea io the town or Southfleld, conatjr and it ate afore - aid, and it butted and bounded aa follows : be ginning by the eaitermost comer w me umo . oi voriteuus van eusmra, auu - thence by his liue, north Ibrty seven degrees and ininy mmoien, we.. ur . z . - tliree degrees and tweuhr minutes, east I""""" chains, to the corner of the land oflsaac Siinois - aon j thence by Hie nneoi uie mo " - ton aod Ferine, south forty seven degrees and thirty minute, east lony. oo - c - ""; - . . . i . t i i i...AkVM Mil: thence a . lane said Vreelancra Hoe, south fifty one degrees and forty fire minutes, ws twenty chains and siity links, te the place of beginrrog ; con - ci.u. ;ihia th hounds and hunts thereof cirri tr ehdit acres and one half aa acre of land ; bounded southwesterly by the said Cornelius i v an o " t nwrv" - " - 'v "j hishway uortheart by the land of the said Isaac biiaonsou and Ferine, and southeast by tbe land of said Jacob Vreeland.' Also, a certain piece or parcel of salt meadow, lying in said town, bear a place ceiled Old Town ; beginning at or naar the corner of Cornelius M&rtiuo'a meadow, u bi nAttMArpiir ni uw lain t .. - ;n ma fhna AAilh fwenftv Bine de - '' . h,...n,i en imii. - tiiw.! , three links ; thence north twenty nine degrees, r.u,rfwn rhaina and fiftv links, to the Kiriii sereaiv lour Ksreea eoai one tnaia iuiii i fence : ihcoce soutn twenty tour degrees, wett one chain aad forty three links to the place of beginning ; containing two acres of sail meaaow ; bounded southwest by Cornelias Martinc's ; vetheait by the creek i northeast by John Ktt - flatus, and northwest by meadow of Stephen M&rtino. Also, that certain piece ot parcel of ii nuMiAW iiuki. iwi inn. id i t iw mirn ni Anrthfeld, county and state aforesaid, on the . easterly tide of Tuoison's creek (so called) and Cherry Tree Creek ; bounded westerly by the said twocrteks northerly and easterly by meadow of Captain Richard Coursoo, and southerly by meadow of John Merrell ; containing two acres and nail oi sail meaiow, ne me same more or lets ; together with all and singular, the edifices, buildings, right, members, privileges and appurtenances, thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining ; with a pnwer io the said mortgage contained, that if default should be made in tlie payment ol' tue said sum ot money mentioned in toe condition of the said bond or obligation, and the ittereit which should accrue thereon, at the time sprciSed for the payment thereof, that then it should be lawful lor the said Henry Davis, hii heirs, executors, administrators and sssigns, io sell and dispose of the said preniite At public . auction, according to the act of the legislature tn sucn cases suade and provided ; whicn snouio be a perpetual bar, bo'.h in law and equity, a - gainst the said James James and Abigail his wife, their heirs and assigns, and all other per - ' sjos claiming or to claim the said premises, by, from under, them, or any of them. Aad whereas default baa been made in the pay - - r i MJ njen. ui me idiu jji mi 1 1 in ..hi w. - nd forty five dollars aod fifty cents, and tlie same ' with the interest thereon remains due and unpaid Notice is hereby givtn, that punuant to tlie act in such case made and provided, all and singular the premises above particularly mentioned, with the hereditaments and appurtenances, will he sold at public miction or vendue, at the Tontine Coffee Uouse, in the city or New York, on W.J,.J ih. Jihil,. r Ki.mlvr iimI. at It o'clock at noon. Dated the 14(li day of May, a die jet of our Lord one thousand eight bundled and eighteen. . . ,. . tnyt5Jaw6m HENRY DAVIS. At a Couit (M'liiauctry, held for the state of new - 1 or x, at the Chancellors uwelling House, in the city of Albany, on the twenty - third day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighteen. Present Tbe Hon. James Kent, Equre, Chan - reiior. - Philip Schuyler, Philip Jeremiah Schuy - . li - r, Rensselaer Schuyler, Stephen Vn Rensselaer, Jr. Philip Church, Peter Cru - cer and i.atbenne Us wile, John Church, Ku lolph Buoner and Elisabeth his wife, Richard Church, an inlant by tlie said Phi lip Church his next friend, Elisabeth Hamilton, Alexander Hamilton Morton, Philip Schuyler Morton, Cornelia L. Morton, fc Retina Mary Morton, infants by the said " Philip Jeremiah Schuyler' their next friend acd Catharine Van KensselaerMalcome. . u. John R. Bleecker, Eliiaheth Brincker - lioff, Morris 3. Militr, and Maria his wife, Charles E. Dudley and Blaudina his wife, Martha Bradstreet. Samuel Bradstreet, Thomas Morris, 'lhomas Biddle, John Wharton and William Hale and Catherine Van Rnsstlacr Schuyler his wife. r"PHE complainanti above named havicz filed - L : their bill in the above mentioned cause for the partitiou ot the fallowing parcel of land, that to I ly a parallelogram in the counties of Onei - di and Herkimer, io state, on tlie south side ef a patent granted on the second day of January, 17(54. to Joseph W orrell and others, commonly called Cosby's Manor, lying along and upon the south boundary of the said patent as its base, being 26 chains aad 59 links more or less in breadth, and the whole extent of the south line or boundary of the said patent, i. e. 4U3 chains mre or less in length, and Philip Schuyler, one nftheeomplainants, having made an affidavit annexed to the said bill of tlie truth of the allegaont therein contained respecting the unknown ow - Of the said parallelosram. It is therenpon. i motion of Mr. J. V. Henry, of couiwel for the complainant's ordered that all parties interested in the said parallelogram of rand apiiear and an - swer the complainant's bill filed in the above, caute, by the eleventh day ol July next, to the end that io case of default, tliecoinplitinaut's hill mat be decreed to be taken pro coufesso against all such unknown parties as shall ootappear and answer by tbe said day. And let a copy of this older be published for three calendar months, once nt least in every wek, in a newspaper printed inlbe city of New - York and in the city oi Albany. A copy. , MOSS KENT, Register, mh 30 1aw3ra - . . , . IS CHANCERY. State of New - York, u. IN pursuance of an orderofthis honorable court, 1 bearing date the 19th day of January, 1818, will he sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New. York, under the direction ot tne suoscrioer, as one oi ine masters of this court, in separate tit er parcels, on Thursday, tbe twenty third day of July next, at twelve o'clock, at noon, " All those certain pieces or parcels and tracts of land, known as the north east aectioa of the tenth township, in the twelve towns in Tioga county, being lots Nos. 26, 7, to, 59, 30, 32, aod 38. Lot No. 26 contains about eighty acres; lot No. 87, about one hnndred and fiv arre, tnS ki oa on . thirty two. each containing one hundred and four acres, mree lostini and 36 rods ef land ; lot No, jo coniauis vu a nod maeteea rods. Also, want half of lot So. 14, which half ceatains 51 acres. And a'solots Aos.. I. 3. 4. n .n,i i oa the gure lying westerly aou adjoinin - on said ni.i - t anu h aurveyeo and added to said sec line to make up a deficiency in said section, bv a mistake in a form - & - d lots Acs. 1. , 3, 4 aod 6, cmtainine about filly acres each ; aad lot No. 7 about twenty five acres. Together with all aod singular, the premise aad appurtenances. Dated April ItL iai8 JAMES A. HAMILTON, an W tawts Master in Chancery. ... JUiiA Vi Acomtiitr Boom, in the most central TMiitf PeaH str..t. . For particalan ennuire at . any the tt to at in the all and one as in nine in by the side of in and half with wise l, the the last line on by s pOTICE is hereby given to all Uit creditors c4J0teptl eistare, aa insoiTeaiacinar, u a division of tbe saooies which bare come to tbe hands of tbe easijeoees, frosn his estate, wiU he made among his creditor oa Monday, the tlst day of BeptesBber next, at to u noon, at the tor f the subscriber, Daniel Lord, Ne77Water - etreet,Ncw York ( and the Mate wjil the and there bt paid to lite creditors, escorting to th wraeisious of the act for giving re lict in cases oi ausoivenoy, peww itti Notice is also given, that a general tneefiegof all the said creditors will be held at the plac a - rnntuid. m Fridav. tbe 1 4th day of Anaust next, at IO oclock in the forenoon, for the pur - nu nfciamiuuis and tcertainins the debts due to each creditor, according to the provisions of th said act. Dated New York, June 17th, mm UAKI Kb I.UHU, I ...;, ELISUA ELY, J AtiI6n Je IS law3o Dei. MAHUtiAAY fcOKAS, CHAIK AAD CAUI - NET Fl'KNITUKE, .Vs.' 49 BEEK MAN - STREET. ryH subscriber begs leave to return hi sin - J. cere thanks to those ladies and centlemen who have been kind enoeeh to honor bins witli tlKireotnmaads, and to iaioroi them, and the ad mirers of handsome furniture in seneral, that be has oa hand some very elegant sofus. chairs. card, Pembroke aad eitending patent dining tables, arand sideboard, inlaid with hieh rolislied ornamental brass - work and rose - wood, enrd tables to natch, Grecian conches, sofus, chaise lounge, music stonlr, chairs, fcc. Also, a library ittp chair, the utility of which be tmrticu - larly recommciKta. All furniture warrnnted of the hest quality and workmanship, and of the newest EuroDeaa iash - Ions. Orders executed to nny part of tlie union to drawing, on the most reasonable terms and punctuality for caih. Ladies or gtatleoirn having fancy woods, may bare them manufactured to nny article they wish, by applying as above. mv 3 - 1 'im A. M. HAYWOOD. tri. OR sale. town and coiuity of Westct.t.ur. tntirttcn nwles from cw - York. The fiirui contains - - - . jottf one hundred acres of excellent land in Rood fence, a lanre bnrn and other ronvenient out buildings, a good bouse two stories high, with four rooms on each floor, elegantly situated on banks of tlie E&it River ; tl.e situation uncommonly healthy ; the neighbourhood the uiot respectable ; aiiumiance ol iruitol the ie$t sritc (ion ; scale and shell li in greo.t atiety taken lore the house. I or furtlier inforuiatiun aplv the subscriber on the rrrmies. my I 9m S T KHlfEN B. HOFFMAN. blutt njW'cio York, it. JN pursuance of a decretal order of the honorable the court of chancery of this stale, bearing date the fifth day of Jute, 1818, will besold public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, the city of N. York, under tlie direction of the subscriber, one of the mnstets of the saidcourt, on 3d day of July next, at 12 o'clock at noon, that certain dwelling house aod lot of ground situate, lying and being in the city of New York, which in a certuiu indcntuie made the se cond day of February, in the year of our Lord J tiiouiand eijrht hundred and nine, betweru! Kicnaro tinrtsnnrne, Jtn I iius, vviiiinm Uarts - l.orne, Thomas Ustick, James Ondeidonk, Mary Titus, William Ustick, Jane Hartihorne and Debornh Ouderdonk, of the first part, and Ed - nvind Eimendorf, of the scond part, is described follows, to wit : All that certain dwellinc house and lot of ground, situate, lyinj: nnd being the second ward ol the city ef New York, and known and ditlinKurhed bv tlie number sixtr William street ; which siid lot is bounded front by IV illiam street, on ti e northwest side tlie house aod lot of ground now or forme, ly property r f David Johnson, on the southeast by the house and lot now or formerly Peter Bogart ; containing in breadth in front twenty five leet, io tlie rear twenty eisht feet: depth on the south e; it side twenty one feet, uo tlie south twenty teveu It - el four and a inches, be the same more or less ; together all and lingular the hereditaments ami appurtenance to the tine hehmuing or in nnv appertaining. Dated New York, Jnnu 0, ioio. P. G. HILDRETII, Master in Chancery Je 9 dts FOUR 1 11 JULY JUBILEE. rjOOTIiS. Places for erecting Booths at (he rare ami uownng orcen the 4th July r.ext, ill be assigned on Tbursdav the llith instant, nt city - hall, between tlie hours of 8 and 10 in forenoon. Those persons w hn occupied them year will have the preference, if applied for until rnnayine 7010 instant. jcio LLHLEU UAlli MAAUtACIVlii, 76 Chatham - street. fYlIIE subscriber returns his thanks to the JL public for their former patronage in the of I lis profession, anJ hopes for Ibcir future support. lie likewiie informs them that be has band a constant supply of curled hair, manu - lactu'eU expressly for matrasson, oa an improved pnuciple ; and likewise guarantees the huir sold him to be free from any impure nicll, being wen scoured, coiled ana 0HKd, and being manufactured by machinery, has an advance over any other hair manufactured in America its very texture and elasticity niakm; it a savin ot twenty - fiv per cent to the purt - her. W1LLU.M JACKSON. N. B. Merchants and the trado ia gtaeral will find it to their advantage to call a? above. 30 bales of hair in its rough stMte ; 6 tales of lon horse - tails ; 2000 lbs of lowr hair drawn 30 inches, c'ul - bed ; 600 dozen hair sieve bottom!. For sale as above. mv 5 2ia TAMMANY HALL. THE copartnership, heretofore existins le - L tween (ABRAHAM B. MARTLINU and WILLIAM B. C02ZENS, was dissolved on the ltt of April las', by rotitu .1 cwuent. The establish ment will he continued by the subscriber. The situation of TA.MM AN Y II ALL is probably unrivalled in this citv fating thn Park and th City Hall, anJ within a minute's wullt of he ThcHlre, Academy of tl.e Fine Arts, Mu - 0 ii, tic. It presents inducements for uir, pros pect, convenience ami accommodation, inferior to none in thi city. Travellers from the different slates in the union, and front this state, will Bnd at I aiumany Hall a larder well stocked with ail tlie nelicari 9 ui tne icnson. cnoice nn. airv lied f JiBinhfrfi. nnH f.vrv' a thf - . i . - j .... r ..' .: Jr. :t. ':: ni ci'cvbcu, auu uu iiw iuoii luuueiair terms. Jeltlm WM. B. COZZEN3. RXHlaiTIOK OF Trit ri!l ARTS, COLUMBIAN PICTURE GALLERY. Ais. 146 Futton - iHitt, near Broadtmy. . THE proprietor if this valuable and extensive collection of pictures, embraces the opportunity of iuforming connoisseurs and amateurs of the fine arU, - and the enlightened public oi' New - York, that the gllcry will in future be open from U in the morning till half past 10 at uirhf. From 8 in the evening to half past 10, the gallery is brilliantly lighted op, and tbe aJ - ittifsion oo ty S3 cents These pictures have been collected, at (he ex pense of S300 dollars, and are allowed, by the be.t judges, to be the finest specimens of the art ever exhibited in tbe United Slates, bciDj rents, selected with peculiar care, from the va rions cabinets ia Rojne,Vnple, Florence, Amsterdam, Paris and London, and Ihe works of the most, approved painters, both ol the ancient and modern schools, aod are undoubtedly originals Artists, ladies or gentlemen, will be entitled to s'.udy, or copy suit of the pictores, by becoming suDsCTiDers. Lrfidias or gtmuemeo, who bnve subscribed one dollar, on paying another, will be considered subscribers for the seaoa. iCf Admittance, for the dy and evening, 50 caou ; for a month, $1 ; lor the season, ca - lale'Uts included. tfTr, . TO BE LET. At a very low rent, from the present time tin the 1st of Mar next, the .STORE, 61 r uiioa - street, with a back ROOM, and large BR1CK50.0CO bard bricks, Jane 17 IC3 fronVst. tVHEATOX'S ITCH OLNTMENT. THK long and successful use of this ointment is a sufficient recommendation, as it has beta found to be a pleasant, safe and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease ia alt its sta - ri. It is for sale ia the city of fw York, bv A. 6: W. R. host, No. 41 Wtfliam - street; I. ft T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. ti. Schieffehnfi Co. Mo. 193 fearl - street ; Law - ranee a Keest, No. 195 fearl - street Hull Bowne, 140 fearl - ttreet ; R. U L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street J. M. Bradburst,'3l fearl - street ; John f eaford. No. 4 I'kt' her - street ; Duryee ft Poe, in f earl - street; John "C. Morrison, IBS Greenwich - street; John P. Fisiier, lOfl Broadway ; Walters Seaman, cornel of Cbamber - st. and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; aad in short it may be procured at most of tbe Drug stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of b. Wifberell It Sons i Georee Hariell . North k. Ro llers, and almost all the druggists in the principal towns in id united states. LIKEWISE, WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above places. jan ti 6m VAbUAULK REAL La t'Oll bALK, 15 TBE ITV or SEW - TOKK. tpiVE lots of ground on the west sideofGreee - wich - street, between Vestry and Dctbros - ses - streets, 15 by 00. rour do in the rear or the above, fronting on the east aide of YVashinjtou - street, 15 hy 80. F.izht do in tbe block below, between Wash ington auu Vct - itreets. In Montgomery uounty. 6000 acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near Knst Canada Creek, on the noith side ol ... . ine oioiiiwx. In Franklin County. 15.162 hcrct uf Lund, in the tnu ninf Mount Morris and Dayton. In t.ssex L - ounty. 7S32 acres ol'Linid in the town of Barry more. In the County of Lew is. 1250 acres of hind in Casterland. Chassanif Purchase. In Paratoea County. 2C00 acres in PiilmiT's puit hae. Knqune at tlicoflice of the tubsciiher. 34 Cc - iliir slu - tt. BEV. ROULNSOV. mh !7 tf Ut - KOEN OltPlkA.Na t othl, Of the Term of March, 18111. Sclmvkr, Aiiuiinut rutrix, Ac. ol John A. txliujltr , dt - ieased. . ' 1 Rule, under Statute. nHK court order nnd direct, Tbat Catharine JL Schuyler udininiMratrix of the eoods, chat tels and rredits of John A. Schuyler, deceased. ie puoiic notice to the crvditors ol the decedent to bring in their claims and demands again) the tftnte ol the said d cedent, no or before tin first day of Mat, in the year of our Lord citch - tcen hundred and nineteen, lij putting np notices to that efiect in five of the most public places in the county cfllereen, for the space of two months, and advertising the same for the like suceof time in a newspaper printed and pub lifched in the state of New - Jersey, nnd in a newspaper printed and puldiihcd in the city of New - York. A true transcript from the record. apS2m JOHN A. BOYD, Snr'gate. (J. SAUN DER'S PATENT RAZOR STROP. V; u that wish to shave with eare, Buy of Sauncxiis if you please ; His Razor Strop's, peculiar such, 1 hat sharps the Raior with a touch. C"1 SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those X who have not got hi Patent Rsior Strop, to furnish themselves with his new invented Ru - tor Strop, and Metallic Composition. No gen tleman who once makes trial of one of thr Strops now offered, will evcrtry any others; and such if their formation, that eer so ninth use will not give the razors that ruiimlne'f which n ndtrs tl.t iet of them useless, and which is well known al ways to follow the mplicalion of all thote ki'.her - I 'I'l.. . ; , , ly iiivrwicti. ne nti'ive. uroi'i are in general tire in New York, nnd are cli'tiniiishtd Irom all others. Uaihers who have ucd them say more in their piaise than I can uiyielf. ti. SAUNDERS, 18 Wall - street. Also for sale. Razors, Soap, and every utcn ilforShavins, of the Ant outdity, with a suiie - ri'iraisoitnimt of Perfumery, 1 1 air - Powder, itc. from Siiivth's. New Bond street. London. N. B. The most liberal allowance madn to dealers. my S3 TRAPS. 7MlE"nwly invented patent Box Traps, for sale nt 130 Water - slreet. Je 13 " OR SA LE OR TO LEASE, il Ltoisio me o. o. u. ana iu warns; many ol which are on reeulated and paved streets. Nu money will he required under ten years, if sold, excepted. Several two and three story houses, on which a greia part oi ne money remain on mortgage. L.ANDINU AT KtU IIOUK. An txcellentitand for business, with ten arrrs oi land, pleasantly situated, with a wharl, store houe and barn. - CO I TON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with - JOacresof land, and a never htilinjt stream, upon which 20 mills may be erected, wiui a suthciency of waterloreacn. Apply at No. i Greenwich - street ihll li tf flSA, TJ LET, The elr - sant 3 storr house No. 7 Hud sou Jireet, which commends a pleasant view of tne rai u. una river, rossesnon may oe nau in a few day. Alio for sale, the furniture of said house. It is of (he t .t 'juulity ; well titled, and suitable toa eemitti r.'imiy. Apply as above, my 1 1 tf YI? V 3 I t', A farm on the Hudson, about a mile frm Newhurgli, cnntaining 133 acres, 33 ol which are Woodland, tbe rest is divined by good fence into a due proiiortion of meadow, i.ratile and patlure land. Tbe are partly new ; the house convenient lor asmail family : its situ ation is equalled in beauty by lew on tbe river ; the advanlacei, Irom Uie vicinity ol a Dourvh inf village, of public worth) p, society and ;ood maratt, with the facility ol communication with New York, render it a desirable residence for a centlenian. 4 UUU dollars oltbe porchau money may remain on mortgage ; the payment of tlie rest will be made easy to tbe purchaser. i .l. : I r.' i r 1 I. VERPLANCK. To LEi. A centeel House to Let, situ'ded fn a p'tuir.t and healthy situation i nquire nt No. .Utlarri son - street, Detweto Mudsoo and irecn widi - itreets. Rent J!400. Je25l( TOR SAL.L, A LOT of land, containing between sixteen J and twenty acres, adjoining the village ot Bloominedale, ironticif oo the Tenth Avenue and Hudson River, adjoioinonthe south the country seat of Mr. Joho H. Talnian. The terms will be reasonable, and two thirds of the purcbaae mowy may remain secured oy bond and raon A1.?0, two lots of rronnd, twenty five feet by one hundred each, situate on tbe east side of Forivlh street, about 130 to 200 feel north of Dtlancy - street. if not disposed of at private sale, tbe above will he oncrtd for sale at auction, oo v ednesday. UthJulv. For further particulars, apply at the Mutial lafutancc Omte, o. a'i Wall street. Jell Ira IjUlEWLKY. for sale, a banrain, u Brew J.J ery ti Mall lloo connected, ia the city of Hudson. The buildings are stone, nnd par uculariy well calculated for the buunrss. It situated io the midst of a barley country, and has many other advantages. It is certainly object for those wifbin; to eajrace io th;s bust nest. It is the only brewery je tbe finrtnr. This property will be sold cheap. Terms libe ral ; title good. For further particulars apply to M - MULDEN, No. 78 MaiUn - lana, New York ; or J. NIXON, Jr. sear Use premises. Jane 13 tf IJ1TT bAWS. . rittSaws, A small mvoice of Cost bieel tost received and for sale by ANDERSON ti SHEARER, ,Ul Walcr - itrect ,1 I09T COACH Awo STEAftt - BOAT USE, , rOJt tH I LA UELfU IA. . ; BT WAT OF ELISABXTBTOW FOIBT. ,rt - . (ThroughinOueDay.) .. '. ANEW Line of fost Coaches with every convenience for passengers and bnRgage, on Sprinfes, starts from th Conch office, No. 1 Courlland - slreet, near Broadwny. New - York, every morning, (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta, via Elizahethtown. Brunswick. Princtoii, Trenton mid Bristol, and arrive nt Philadelphia the same afternoon, at 4o'clotk. A second Line of new Post Coaches will start from New - York every morning, (Sundays ex ipted,) at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Alahin - . Imk'e at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelphia, in a Steaib Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollars. P. ti. Paswngers are requested to call and take their Seats at the cllke No. 1 Courtiund - tt. N. V. United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washiugton City, with every convehienre for raneer anti r,nl5f!a8' on sprinzi. The U. S. nmil coach will start from the coach office, No. 1 Curtlandt - st. New - York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive nt Phil adelphia nrxt mornwg aioo'uocK. vniy o p - sngers admitted. For seats in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, and Steam Boat office. No. 1 Ourt - landt - stteet, near the corner of Broadway, New - York ; or to A. T. GOODRICH & CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, and at No. 53 Wtiiteliiill - strret, New - York. frt - AII conds nnd baczaKe at tlie risk of the owmfr. JOSEPH LYON, SONS CO. N. B - Expresses sent to any pari .i the. Con - linent.hy THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je 24 SWIFT SatRK MAIL COACHES, t - oR rniLAPF.t rniA, v . ft - r - Lea New - York jvVisStivf rvei v inoiuinufSiimluy'stx - fESiAlfcept'td) at Bc'tVk. ail ar - trive in 1 hiladeiphia next dav to iluw rr. Thepuhlick liocs are gooil, nnd reasonable in their charjes. 1"hedrivers, horses and coaches are not inferior to any others now running between these two rities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence of the roads on this rout, connected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expences, are beleived to be strom inducements to travellers in givine; this line a decided prefer, eiiot. The strictest attention will be observed by the proprietors in giving general satinfaction. All hrigsrige and packages will go nt the risk of the owner unles insured and receipted for by the 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 termsvxclusiveiy to themselves, by applying one day previous to si art inc. For seats apply at Noriherri Hotel, No. 79 Courtlandt - slieet, New - York. LVO.V, SONS, lc CO. np 9 Proprietors. L'iMUN LINE a55! FOR PHILADELPHIA. - five niilts land cuiribce, ii. Ntw - Bruiiswick and Trenton. In new post coaches $ 1)) g'jed str.grs 4 50 Do lorecaslle or deck pntjrnjrers, 3 50 Conmctrd by tl.e steam boats oi.ivs. brakir and PlII.nuei.rRIA. Ti e stewni boat Olive Brunch will leave New York every dy, Sun day's excepted, from the i.oitli tide of the Bat - fciy.M 11 o'clock, A. M. l'isenser win ioige t TreiHon, and take the steuoi boat l'biladel - itbla. so astnarrive sis l uilaileiwr.ia at liio'cliitlt the next morniug.intime to take the Union Line Baltimore steam boats. This line has a connection with the best boats on the Delaware and Chefnpeake In Norfolk; nsalso those of tlio North Riter and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated to cause lit tie. if onv deb?. I bins a sttecdy ond certainly me most conve nient root, as the pawner will leave New - York after the banksouen, anil nrnve in i i.n.i - delphia before the hours of business, without fa - tieue in travelling or want of kb - ep, the Uud c&r riaite beic;; miuli h - fs tbau by any olbtr route be tween the two rities. For seals in tlie above bno apply to WILLI AM B. J. A QUE!?. At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - kellield ttrci t.norlhude of the Battery, between Grteowichand Washington streets, or to The CAPTAIN on board. fty" All goods and baggage at tbe risk of the owner. np 4 NOI1CF.. For the further accommodation ol tlie public, the de parture ol the r irefiy from New - York nod Newhurgb will be in luture on ihe following days: Leave New York on Monday, Wednesday nnd Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newhurgli on Tuesday, Unlay and Bununy at t a. .i. The above arrangement w ill commence hy Ihe Firctlj Itavini Neivburgh oa Sunday, the 24th Ma.T ... . - ... .. I tie western staje leaves oewnurgn immediately alter Ihe arrival of the Fiietly. my ti KASIOB ASU BETHLftDKM DEW 1.1 Nr., VIA HFW - BRP5SW ItK. OCT P8cngers will leave ! m ev - iork every Monday i. . . m i .... .11 i Sf. M. in tbe steam bout Oii. e Branch ; lodge at New Brunswick ; leave t tie re early next morniiii, end arrive at r.aMon at 4 o'clock in the nflnrn jon. Returning, leave Fasten every Tin day and Friday, at 5 o'clock, A. Ai,tod:e at INew tsrunswicic ; nrnve at.xew York at 10 o'clock next innrninz, in the steam boat Olive Branch. Tbe stage connected with this line is a good four - horee stage. l assace from iv. HrunswicK to t.Mton, JfjuU from Easton ti Bethlehem, 75 cents. For seats in the above line, apply to WH. B. JAQUES, id tl.e Philadelphia L'nion Line Steam - Boat Oifice, north side ot the battery. no u tin L.t:TSO,rroprieinr Je 13tf tXJIi t'IIII..U)tLtWA, EL IZA UETU - 'IO rt'.V POlXf. POal - COACH LINE, 7rogA in o day and by dag - light, T EAVEi' New - York io the steam - boat Ata JLi lanta, from the foot of Whin hill - itrect, uear the Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquire at No. 1 Courtlandt - strect nnd No. 53 hite - hall - street, at which places seats may be taken. J50 tf TO LEASE OR FOR SALE, That elegant modrrn built house, situate at the coruer of Sand? and Washington street, Brooklyn lis size is thirty - one feet front by fitly feet deep, its rooms so arranged as to combine every convenience for a genteel residence. It will be sold with two or more lots of ground, at the optioo of the purchaser. Term, one fourth cash, the rert in suth payments as will be oiom convenient to purchaser. Apply on tbe pre miscsto C. BALL.' may 23 tf TO LET. A dry Cellar, under the lmne No. 29 Pin - treet. Enquire W MR. 8MF.DKS, y It if 134 Pearl - street. . WANTED. A GIRL fmm 1 to 15 years of age, of good .jl character ana sreany naott, to assist in family. Apply at 74 Leonard - street. - Via THE SOUND STEAM BOAT - LINE. Tbe proprietors, will a view of acFommodatiog the f public, byexteodingUieiuie iio Norwich, iuteod makini Uie experiment with the Fulton, Capt, Law, and tliis route (if found practicable) w ill be continued during the season. The line will in figure be from New - York to Norwich, as follows : The CiHinocticnt, Cai I. Bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, H'diittday and 'Yirf'i.v, at C oVhuV, in the morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Law, will li've JVoriricA at C o'clock in the morning of Uie same days, touch at NetisLimtlun nud depart from llienre fur Ncu - llarrn at B o'clock. The boats will meet at Av Jlattn, and depart Irom thence cvury Monday, Jt'tdnet - day and Ertduy, nt 7 o luck in the eif riinp the Connecticut lor Yrtr - fork, aod the Fulton for AVte - Lotidan nnd Notvuh. mbl7 NkWbUlll. H aild CANAUAIOUA M All. - kl aos:' TIMKM A WEKK. I EAVES Newhurgli eve - J ry Sunday, Tuesday, vand J hursday mornings, nt rthree o'clock, runs through Montgomery, Bloumingburgh, MoHlifello, by W hite, Coliei ton, Mount Plensunt, tlreat 3cnd, Chenango Point, Owega, Itliica, and Geneva, toCannndaigua. Returning leaves Canamlaigux every Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, Ihe third u.ty in tune to take the Steam - bouU which arrive in Ntw - Yoik the follou inir moniimc. It may te ezjiected thai at all tnmt icien Me tlram - bcali altrr thetr aayt of running, that tnu Une trill alter to as to meet tfiem. The whole route will be perfumed in three days, from the Cunt of May, until the first of Rovember and from the hrst of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifuentli of March until the first of May, in fi.ur days and from the I5lli IKcember, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to tlie city of New - York and run from tlnnce to CanaiJ.igtia in four day's. Passengers travelling from New - Yolk to f'anaiwiiiipia, Niagara or UutJalo, can leave N. Yoi'k in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canamlaigua in tin t - e days a distance of three hundred ir.ih - s. The line h well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced ilrivers Every attention will be paid to render tbe passage of the traveller s:ife, easy arid expeditious ; and it is believed llut the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in I lit stale. (Tf FAK'E tVom Ne burgh to Canandaigtia rOUKTEKX DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from IUiaca to Auburn. Aim, a line runs from Owego Tbga Point; thence through Newtown and IVinteil Post, to Bath, &c. BAHCACE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloominshurgh, r.. C at. Jiiriu, tloiwit l, L. ti R. Mdiinn .C'litiiuUtjo, Luther Gere, Itbica, Samuel fireenlitf, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, mh 1 4 (I Gin Proprietors. EASION MAIL STAGE, THROUGH I I DAI. 1HRFK VIMS.S A Willi. 'I lit proprietors ai k - Tiortitde nub platitude Ihe 1 nioiir.igenitnt Ibey have jiMmm m ... ret eiveii 111 nut ..i.i., i.n uie inereiorc umuceil to eipedne ll.c travelling on (li s route ; nnd 111 order to accomplish it. hate provided themslvcs with four i lirtiij;ts of boref, which nro plated at e - qualdiblauceson the ruute. It w ill leave White's Hotel, KaMon, tvery Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 4 o'clo' - lt in the morning, arrive at Eiizabi ill Town Point in lime to take the tteaiu boat Atalanta rtt5o'luck. Leave New Yolk at 5 o'cloc k, every Tueiuay, Thursday and Saturday, and arrive at ll.iston eaily in the esetiii'. ; (art tbioueh hveifillnrs, ui.d a generous iilluwanreof bat;age, gratis. Ai (Insstaee pastes rear the call hrali - d springs on Sihooley's dountain, passengers taking this line will lie carried to the springs without any extra ihnre. The proprietors pledge that nothing shall be wanting on tlx ir pnrt ti ronlie this 11 pleasant route. I be tlnvrts are curelul and acconiiniMla - ling. For seal, apply tu James Patlen, (Jourt - land tr. t,i roi, board (lie At danta, and While's Hotel, t.islon. I. Z. f J. DRAKE. Cheu'er, June 20 JS0lm NOTICE. (fy Stcnm Boat Ol.ivx Branch will sail every unday, at 1 1 o'clock round URsfj&tutcii Island, and ik canon - ally, 11 the win J and tide will permit, to tl.e hook. '1 his henutilul sail will contribute both to hiallh and i)le.asurc, and is as (heap a re - c reatun as ran be found. Parties who mean to partake of this amusement will, if convenient, give in their names the day preceding, nt ll oifice in MarkettieM street, uoithside el the Bat tery. 1 tinner on bqarri, at tne usual pnecs. Parage children h. - If price. my 13 f J UK yd r . - tM - m).1 1 .i d.i I.A. 'J'A, FOR ELIZABETHTOWN POIN T, EAVES N York end ifor. .S'nriilnv friffifr?rifJ - from the foot of Whitr - ball street near the Battery, at .1 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. M. and .JoVlix li p. M. ; leaves Elixa - bcthtnwu Point at 8 o'clix k A. M. aud half past 12 o'clock and half pail 4 o'clock P. M. JeCO tf jwhtu diiv er yi eam - koats. OTTOiittie llth of Slav, commenced runnir.s four times n week. A Boat leaves Ncvv - Ycrk on Tues day, Mltfo't, A. M ; Wednesday, nt5 P. M; r inlay, at n. m. and Saturday, at o r. .vi. oi each weeK ; nnn a rioat leaves Ainany on lon - y, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saluiday, at 9 A. M Tbe Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday. Tliure'lfiV and caiuruay, at a. ai. tor .ew burgh, and returns on .dooday, Weducsdav nnd Friday. at 8 A.M. Je ? BATH. THE subscriber respectfully informs (he niti - lens of New - Yoik, travellers and invalids, that his house at BATH is now open for (heir te - erlion ; it situation is, probably unequalled on Ihe continent within a short distance of the city and in view of bamty Hook. It presents the Ii nest prospect, nud tor salubrity ol air and the advantaee. of Sea Bathing is probably, without a rival, fie lias erected sewrai new ualliing Houses, and n floating bn.lse to receive the steam - hoat his larder is well itocked with all the delicacies of the season. Travellers from the southward can be accommodated with Bnardin and Lotting on reasonable terms, and transient erous will hnd it a litallhv and nirreeable re treat. JOHN COLEMAN. A CARD. The subscriber respectfully notifies the public, that passengers for BATH and the N ARROWS sn tbe stexio boat Nautilus will, on Sunday next, and until fiulher notice, be taken from V bite - Hall nt 10 o'clock in the forenoon, (instead of 5 o'cloi kin the morning) and will be called lor attain about hull' pnt 5 in tl.e afternoon. Plcnstire boats can come up with satety to tlie bridge. JUll l,Ul.b.UA. J 18 1m tVH HAL., A farm of between sixty nnd seventy acres, situate on the wett bank l Lake Otsego, and one mile from the village of Coperstown. On it are anew stone hnuse64 ft rtvpinre ;anew I arm house, barn, Sic. It foiu a desirable es talilnhinent for a gentleman wisliing to retire into tlie country, ns its situntion, as to propii t, convenience to market, tie. is md surpabed by any in the interior of the state. It will I sold low for cnh, on a credit, orexchangej for property in thiscitr, goods, &c. Apply to . (i. i . tt n. sntGwicfC, m.?tf - .. Law Buildings. ' - J ' Wse 5 A aiMeraiig pablie knew how to duiii,, uia l, iweta Ujinjti thAt dil!tr. , 1 p. DOCTOR HORN E, formtri, of the city of Ijodon, s . nttfmberotbe faculty of phviu aod surgery there, deems it his V - y te repeat some ooserrariooa tm the abuse of MERCURY, a rash, imiiscriniin&te, and ououah. Ced u;e thereof, has been prodi. tive - of MfkrtoAfvlir T sands are annually inercurialiwd out of ex T enco. Tle disease we have ia siew owes iU u al r suits cluetly to this source. What a pi t' lir;t a young man, the hope, of bis country, .j the darling of hi. parents, should be .n "icftd 1 wa, ,rom all the prospects and enjoymenlsof life by uieconsequetK ofone imgxa'rJed momeM and l y a ducase not in iu own nature fatal .?i which only prove, so from neglect or Z, .reagent.". A gentleman, B(late D, Uent) now peirtctlyhearand well, bid Ue. onrii rpb) SK ian.of geneittl practict, ,ix vel!,. and repeatedly sal.vat.d ; when recoiUended u Dr. H. (by a gnitleman of Uiu city) ti, i vl! were tanoiis, and bt. lleih irovptuelnHnU,. his ftiinds dit laied he could not poiiblv anr. ' two months longer. Tbousauds exptriintiii ,h! know vrilh what ease aad safety bTlLl cites U.e severest casts, and confirms the ton.i lulinn. The Doctor's Plan (adve.ti.iuViTi rcffinrv Ia phut A tho nnhfin n;.' ... icercury, and other fatal delusions, LeJJ forih Pcrsins, therefore, having contracted a dtZ rorsiirtr an. I rv.ft.ap f - 1A A. is. mr - ! v.ue tiifopuer, or iupecur,g latent poison ar. adioonislied not to tumper with their conliiil; ; ... .nni ii.. .i: i - .mi """ins - Ucn, or conceal the disorder, till pat recors ry ; otliers having the remains of an old eail" or other impurities of (lie blood, aa wH .. ..?' er complaints ol a delicate nature, in tith jex. should remember jiosterity, and do jusfir, to their consciences, by making apnliatiM lo Dr. H. at old and respSctatfe liihrnent, No. 6 - 1 Water - street, lour toj? of Old - sl.r, o id.tnin that prompt assistance a lone calculated rb pre vent disclosure. Aad ill' let me claim your .tnu.n attention RemcmL. a superficial cure is no cure nt ai) ; unless theh!! smessi. radically done, you will ccrlainly L. the disorder break out as a in with iwt,.,.k 'j T . "u ma I beseech you, waruifa Dr. H's. character for skHI anJ stMm ini. snly beiag universally kB(W in (hie lit? .Tntt I304(guar,ntee to patien., that deTicacland set icacy and - crecyimr.erio ui.anown, and having conii practice for year, past, exclusively to the lifcasis of Hie blood jitui, they urnyiaf conimcil his to the cure nl the v i ii n - . .. r.. I .. ... i culateon lhe nuost decided advantage, ia coa - suiting Dr. 11. Girtts r radirrJeil in tw. tir three weeks - . Strictun s n tin ved without bongie or any oih er instruiuint ; and all debilities; likewise all old uli era'n n fistula's Vc. A plurality of o:hres sre prorided, nnd so silt, ded lhat patients are not exjiosed toeatholhcr's observation. Open till half paM 9 in tl.e evenine All peisons conrerned are invited to be free ia 'ailing, nnd speaking with Dr. H. whiclj is trie of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid Its sxprenioii of gratiluile for innumerable rtton - uieiHlatiims, aud for tha derided preforeiH e (it i. piuumeJ with just cause) long given him by a ludirious puhlic. N. B. A II U tters must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. An? tl lv .VhidttLJi ILALh A OR .HfOil. THhY. T)R. EVANS suDMin 'method ofcu rim, b tain Disease, i,mw univei - ally acknowledged in th city : his mode oftre itmeil is perftctiy mild, sufe, e - in.diuous, ani his charg. a reasonable. In every ii dunce be warrant, a cuts, and will return the pay ifle does not peHim agreeab'. tocoUract. - m.7 omnji oDxerved. 1 nere are many persons in this city and if. vicinity, laboring under various chronic diseases ' such as cancers, old iuveterate u!rr. vnJ'' or kings evil, liolula. disease, of tie urethra,' bladder and kidnies, old comrtlic fi i of a certain nature, bilious and other obstnu: - tions, rhemnatism, Ac. which tbey consider iocs ruble, tney con cenainir rurvn i in genera j hyanplvincatDr. E VANS'S Medical Store, Ne, I rfia - I lin, having practised in extensive hospitals in Europe 1 2 years, under some of the urst Surgeons nnd Flit isici Ci in the world, tti made tlioscobsunaie ciseasts his constant stady forMOvenrs. Oct H fT The subscriber havine recent! returned from England with an important improvement on the artificial spring LEG, he takes this msthrd f informing hiifriinds and the public, tbat all iiiose wno are so uuiortunate as to b In want ot a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. J an W.V. PURVIS. MEDICAL AID. DR. CORN WELL, who it a memtier of the Corpi r lioo of Surgeons of tondon, ac v h.ihas had much experieott in the line of hie profcsioa f't more than twenty years, hat lately arrived in this city, and being well apprised of the crest f.nptli oi iw it generally takes to introduce a medical gentleman into practice in the common reervtd way, takes this method to inform the public, that lie has taken the situation, No. 278 WATER - STREET. corner of Dover - .trept his door in'Dover - tlreet bis name on tlie door hn sign, n Mortar; where lie will be found ready to wait on those lhat please to apply for his medical aid, in the different branches of surgery, aad Uie practice of Physic generally. As, also, in all enses of impofency, nnd a certain complaint, incident to both sex, in which he has had great, very great, experience in the cure of thousands, without one hours detention from business, or change of diet, or a .possible discovery by the most intimate friend. (ry - And in all cases of confidence, the greatest secrecy will be strictly observed, lie hat no shopman, or any person in partnership with him. . N. B. Attendance will be given to patient! from sm - rise until 9 o'clock in the evening. . i . Je8 lm ACOHSTAIT sapply of la die. Beaver Hats, fieoh from the nufartory, suitable for the southern market, ana packed at th shortest notice, j! WILSON'S, lb'O Broadway. may 27 TO MASONS. PKOrOSALS will be received t NO. Ii - Washintiton street, for buildup a hose a - Rreeably wiih a plan there lelt, for a a)' eB the corner cf the Bowling Green and - Ia'e street. Je ELEUANT FL1NO fORTES. ' I OS. WILSON, 14 Maiden - Lnne, hasjustre - tt ceiven "V ino unu., i(c excellent Piano Fortes, Patent Flutes, 'lageo - lets, tit., n.anufnclnred evprely lor him rj yn ; menti K. Co. London. Also, Piano Forte Stimgt , iu teL. new music, and every article in the musical line instruments takeu in exchange. a tuners provided. - my 99 tt . NEW - iORK: PRJ.STEO A.l FWL1S1IKD MICHAEL F.CRXU AM k CO No. 49 Wit tiAM - STPKEi oproit I' ak CorrKK - Hoos. ' WW llj'fiitv. t Innift IiiImm n bJtoolaTe for remedy. 'iw C XT 7'" .he street, miserable, niu.iiat Jh" m vrn a hit olnr.ienn Ihr.l - r,.. , n,7 - , ""noul . . . ac mm ' 4 n. . 1",

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