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INCHAXCERT.. ' , ' SlalamfAew i erk. U, 15 instance of aa ordef or this Honorable 2rui, bearing date the 9tb day of June, 1 Si I. will be sold at public auction at the Ton - tnt CoffeeHoue, i the ci(f of New - York, on the 3d day of Jely neat, t It o'clock, at nooa, .W the direction of the tubscriber. two Iota of trroend, lying in the Eighth Ward o; toe city of. New - York, being pan or the estate wtiereoi At - thoay Litpenard, dereiued, died teited, aod are distinguished o a Map made of the real estate of the laid Anthony Lispenard, by Not. 574 and 61, and taken together are bounded easterly on Hudson street, 23 feet, westerly by street not yet named 25 feet, 'loutberly by loti No 575 and sot, ana normeny oy ton noe. uw'i togt!ier with the hereditament! ana aimirte - nancet to tl tamo belonging or in anywise ap pertaining. Dated JuneSUtu, iwa. THOMAS BOLTON, Je 30 lawlJyI4dldt Matter in Chancery. . IN CHANCERY. Stole y JVtV'York, tt. tx umnf&n nnh - rMthitrraiiorablecouit I i.,in .l.t the 10th day of June. 1818, will be told at public aactioo, at the Tontine Coffee Houte, la ine city oi .w ir, y i.i. t ( i o'clock at noon, under toe di rection of the lubscriber All that certain lot. Melon and Bridget, mirui imn, ioio, S brfinamj at the - oelbeast corner of taid kit (about 44 ft. 10 icb. Iron the comer formed hy tue intenection of llannuood and Greenwich - treett) and running thence northerly along Greenwich - itreet aforesaid 25 feet ; thence westerly along the lot detcribed on laid map as lot ntuabertwo, 32 feet 4 incbet; thence again west rrly along the taid lot number two, 42 feet S inches ; thence northerly along laid lot number two, 7 feet 4 inchei ; tlience westerly along land now or late I Amoa Scudder, 19 feet j thence wtberly along land bow or late of George D. Thorpe, tl feet; thence easterly along land o( Alexandrr Ritchie. C5 feet4 incbet, to the place of beginning : together with the hereditaments nad appurtenances to toe same iteionging or p pcriaieinx. tsatoa t mn juiu, i o a. THOMAS BOLTON. Je301awtJyl41tt Master in Chancery IU CUANCtRY Stale of Mete York. U ,w - r j - nr II.:. court, bearing date the t7tb day of June, 1818, ' will be told at public auction, at the 1'ontine Codec House, la the city of New York, under the direction of the subscriber, at one of the masters of this court, on the tlst day of J uly neit, at .IS o'clock at noon, aJI those several blocks, pieces or parcels of ground, situate, lying and being " in the township or Brooklyn, in me county oi Kings, aod ttale of New - York, aforesaid, and known and distinguiMica Ma map maae ny Jeremiah Lott, the 19th day of March, 1803, by the following boundaries, to wit, northerly in trout by Water - street, toaineny in me rear oj Front - street, easterly on the one side by Jack - Mn.atMA njt wBtrt nil fh ntlu - r Mile bv Gold - street, containing four squares or blocks of erounn. A no an uioee crrmin waier lym blocks, bounded at follows to wit easterly hy Jacksonttreet, anutheny oy svater - sireet, and westerly by Gold - street, Containing in breadth OB WaiCr - Sirevi luc uiaiaut uciwccn www puu Jacluon - ttreet, and running into the Kait River t.1 far at t lie grant of the corporation of the city of New X on: - xtend, with the appurtenancts. Dated Jane 2, 1018. , JAMES A. HAMILTON, Master in Chancery. - Note. The ahore property will he told in lots and paicels according to a certain map to he made thereof, which will be exbihibited in the Colfee - hnuse one week before the day of tale. Je3U lawSwdlw IN CliAiNCtKY. Stole of AVir - Fers;, s. - IN pursuance of an order of the Honorable Court, bearing date the ttfith day of Jane, eigh teen hundred and eiditeen. will be told at public auotion at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of Xew - Yoik, under the direction of the subscriber, at on" of the Matters of the Court, on Tuesday the 21st of July next, at IS o'clock, noon, all that certain dwelling bouse, lot, piece, find parcel nf rronnd, situate, lying, and being in the l:igtith VVard of the city of Mew - York, known oa a map of the farm or the infe Nicholas 11 ay - ard, by M No. 99, on the west tideof Broadway, which said lot contains in breadth, in front and rear, twentj five feet, and in length on each side, one hundred feet, nnd it bound as follows ; northerly, by lot No. 100, formerly owned by Samuel Brekman, westerly, ia the renr by lot No. 1 1t, now, nrlateowoed by Isaac B. Cox, and Cornelia, m wife, southerly, by lot No. 98, and easterly, ia front by Broadway. And alto, all that lot or piece of ground, situate in the tame ward, and known upon the tame map, by the No. 1 12. bounded westerlv bv Mercer - street, northerly by lot No. Ill, southerly by lot No. 113, and easterly bv lot No. 99. being in breadth, in front and rear. twenty five feet, tnd ia length on enchside one hundred leer, wnn ine appurtenances, ua ted June 27, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Je S3 2&w2wdts Matter in Chancery. S - IV MUSIC JUST published and for tale at WILLIAM tf UU BUIS' piano forte and music store, a,,. 12G Broadway, . Tbiue am I my faithful fair ; the soldier's bri Je ; aud from childhood's dawn to noon of youth as sung by Mr. riulipps. Ah can I e'er forget thee love The celebrate J echo song - The inspiration, sacred melody i The Saxon air. with variations, hy Cramer Haydn's celebrated coniooet, My mother bids ' me bind my hair, as a londo Twenty - four sonatas, for young performers, by N. B. Challoner . The Saxc Cobourg waltz, with variations The 3ophia Walts The storm rondo, by Slaibtlt Je 18 oKVENTH WARD. TiUBLIC notice is hereby eriveo. that the As jL lessors of the seventh ward have completed their assessments, and that a copy thereof is left with David L.yon, at no. b4 Market street, . where the same may be seen and examined by any of the inhabitants during ten days, from ten o'clock, A. M. to three P. M. and that the As - . tetsort will meet on Friday, the tenth day of July, at the house of the said David Lyon, to review their taid asfestineits, on the application of any person conceiving himself aggrieved DAVID LYON, ) Assessors ofthe 7th JAMESON COX,f .ward. New York, 29th June, 1818. Je '9 14t A KEYED HARP. J A. GUTTWALDT retpecttully invite . the atriateurt of mutx to inspect atrhit Piano - Forte Manufactory, No. 75 Maiden lane, a musical instrument that perfectly equal tlie harp ia sound and far turpasiet it in pniot oi ea ly treatmt nt, as it is played like the piano ny means o keys, and consequently has all the advantages of brilliant modulation : the only one in the United States. Also, an elegant Piano Forte of fine tone, musical variety and workmanship, withan assortment of different kinds, whose good qualities have been testified by tbe undersigned eminent professors : We the subscribers, professors of music, do certify, that we have carefully examined Mr - J. A. Gultwaldl'soiano - tbrtet. mhirh. fa y.""d,Le,Jnc workmanship aod uniform brilliancy of tone, we c - eservedly recommend to Vi i tj?'?. raessrt. Uillci, F.t tone, Rd Mectx,C. Tuibaul Charlei GUiert." ,n NEW LAW B0OK 6TORE. l workt, comtrof Nawao aod Spruce - it reeU. itlfrw - kaila ff (af li - II mm stwiTxriJ tmuil IUT BUliP. nm irtllnssrin Tlie 4th vol. Uwi New - York lesadsture's Rep'ts in the Court of Chancery of the iMate of South Csmlina, 3 vols in, aon ytn volt, uraut be't Keportt. 1st and Id W,eaioa ,i0 Matste aadSelivja't do 4 vols tth and bth Taunton's do 3d vol. Chitty's Pleading - Bay!:et' Digested Index. Br k . , DAVID BANKS. piece or parcel of land, iituaw at ureeowicn, iu the ninth, (Ute eighth) ward of the city of New - v nrk iM - riht on a man thereof, made by rnp - i of Iu of on and are ven b4 ot bis city a It MAklOGANT SOf AS, CHAIR AND CACI NET rURKI J b lir - i U. An HVEirMJIJf - STREKT. " rrr a k Mharriher ben leave to return hit tin JL cere thanks to thoee ladiet and gentlemen wbo have been kind enough to nooor mm wiui tbeircommaodt, and to inform then, and the admirers of handsome furniture general, that he bat oa band tome very elegant sofas, chairs, card. Pembroke and extending patent dining ta blea, grand sideboard, inlaid with high polished ornamental orats - wora. aari rwwwj v blet to match, Grecian couches, sofas, chaise lounge, music stool, chain, c. Also, a u hrary ttrpcliair, the otility of which be partica Iftrlv w - nmmenfla. All furniture warranted of the best quality and workmanship, and oi the newest European rasn Orders eiecufed to any part of the anion to anv drawinz. oa the moat reatoaabis terms ana punctuality forcath. Ladiet or gentlemen baring fancr woods, may - r A t nave ineui iuiinuiH;tafcu tu iut biui.iv tuwj , iirh, by applying at abort, my 30 tm A. M. HAYWOOD. ttaiaiTioa or tui rm aura, COLUMBIAN PICTURE GAIJ.ERY, 146 FultOH - ttrett. nrtr Broaiitav. rFlflE proprietor i f this raluable and esten J. tive collection of pictures, embraces the opportunity of informing connoisseurs and ama tcurt of the Cne arts, and (he enlightened public New - York, that the gallery will in future be om o from 8 in the morning till half paH 10 at night, rrom 8 in the evening - to hall past 10, the gallery is brilliantly lighted op, and the ad minion only 23 cents These pic tare have been collected, at the tx peoMi of 2 - "jO00 dollar, and are allowed, by the bet judges, to be the linen specimens of the art ever exhibited id the United btatos, beinj gems, selected with peculiar care, fiomthe va nous cabinets in Home, aple. llorence, Am sterdam, Taris and London, and the works of the moft approved painters, both ol the ancient and modern schools, and are undoubtedly originals. Artists, ladies or geullemcn, will be entitled to s'ady, or cpy tuy of the picture, by bccouiin: subscribers. Ladiet or gentlemen, wbo have subscribed one dollar, on paying another, will be considered subscribers for the season. rr7 Admittance, for the dav and evening, 50 cents ; for a month, $1 ; for the season, $2t lalogues included. . - Jeg4 1m roil rvBMsnino at iBCBgcRimoiv A M AH UK MKXICO AND LOUISIANA. rllE publication of this Map hat been under A taken with the impression, that it will ex dibit information, highly interesting at event' I crisis, and the valuable Mart which the au thor bat procured, durim his several tours throu - h Mexico, in the years iuuc, IUU7, IBIT. 1BI3, 1815, 1816, and 1817. induce him to heleive that the Map, witheven all its imperfections, will be much the most perfect which hat appeared be fore the public. This Map will contain the latest and best in' formation from the discoveries and possessions the American, Spanish, Russian, British arid French travellers and navigators and represen ting the claims of their respective governments the Northwestern coast of America. The Map will include that portion of North ruerica, which liet between the Isthmus of Da hen. and the48lh desree of North Latitude, and from the Mississippi River westwardly to the racinc ucean. In site the Mad will be about sit bv five feet. will be projected on a scale of 40 miles to ie inch, to be delivered to the tubscnberi at fif teen dollars 'ach. Natchet, March". lfllR. np7tAul MONT - ALTA For fcAl,fcorto Lb T, and immediate possession eiven, the beautiful place called Mont - Alta, seven miles from the City - Hall, on the North River, adjoining Lord wourtrnay's. It contains 50 acres ol limd under mnrovooK - nt, with alarze eurnen well stacked with vegetables a variety of fruit, with everv conveaience f r a family. For terms, which very reasonable, and if tohl a Ions credit ci H wanted, apply to X & JJ. TALCO 1 J , south - street. Je 12 FOR SALE, 30 reams of Cnssia Paper, suita ble for Ban Box makers, or sugar Rakers. I'he Qualify and siza it the same as the Evenin: Pot ts printed on. Apply at this office. Je 18 PATEAT PUXO - FOHTES. kc. Til E subscriber intending to part for London about the end of the rresent month, offers for sale a few elegant pateut phno fortes, finished and.warrauted of a superior auiiuty. Ht would be happy to attend to the orders of friends for London pianofortes. His Ion experience In tho manufacture of piano's in this he tru'ts will give every confidence in his ability to seltct such ai are of the first quality Orders for church or chamber oferant, will be strictly attended to, and mnunincturej under his inspection by the most esteemed makers in Lon don. Commission business of any kind, within kit ability to perform, will be faiilifully Attended ta. X" I bote persons who are indebted to him will please settle the tame at soon a convenient, nnd those to whom he is iouebted will present their accounts without delay. WILLIAM KEARSING, Jv 6 gw 279 Bowery. Matl A very profitable FARM, of HO acres. two thirds under cultivation, the residue wood land, situate on the sea shore, a quartet of a mile below the narrows, on the Staten Island side and short ride from the steam boat ferry landing civet a very extensive view of the Bay and etr virontof New - York, within the Narrows, and of Sandy Hook nnd the ocean For prospect is equalled by none. The title is unquestionable. Two thirds of the purchase money Di.iy remain secured upon the land. Apply to A. V. D. Fountain on the premises, or to W. A. SEKLY, 143 Greenwich - street. TO LET, a conveniert new S story house, adjoining the above, with a Harden and about an acre l land. I or terms apply at above. aih rt eodtf ' HOhOKEN FEKKY. rTIIEhon. the Corporation of the city ofNcw X York, havmc crnnted to tbe tuhscriiier a k'ase of tlie llobokea Ferry, lie has associated with him in that establishment Mr. Philip De - peyster, who will have the sole charge of con ducting the same ; all applications therefore respecting the Ferry will be made to him. Two Horse - Boats are now in complete operation, with good accnmmoiHtions for passengers, carriages, tic. one of which will in future start from each tide ot tne river punctually at every hour from 5 o'clock in the niornin - ; until 8 o'clock in the evening. , PHILIP HONE. Je27 codlm tiHooLr.yH wncBTTAiR trniact. HEATH'S HOUSE. TM1E subKriber, sensible ofthe many ohliga - . tionshe it under for the preference hereto fore given to hit house, whilst kpt by his on, would ncreoy return im sincere acanowiertfce - ments for past favors, and at the tame lime inform them, that he intends keeping the houe tl present season himself, and that they may rely upon every attention and accommodation, that can make this healthful and fashionable resort useful and pleating ; bit ton being under the ne cessity of beinc absent thit lesson, be trusts will not be found an obtecison i to his ettiblithmeat,! xertion will be want - ine to render complete satisfaction. j leoaim just.iri BREWERY. For tale, a bargain, a Brewery Si Malt House connected, in the ci'.y of Hudson. The buildinei are stone, aod par ticularly well calculated for the business. It is situated in tbe midst of a barley country, and hat many other advantages. It it certainly an object lor those within? to encase in tht bosi - nes. It is the oolv brewery in the rnortr. This prr - perty will be told cheap. Terms liberal t title gnod. Per farther particulars apply to M. MULDK.N, No. 73 V.aiden - W New - otr; or j. . - viau, Jr. near the premises. Juae 13 Xi to in ill of lult of the of the. of . ' tVHEATON'3 ITCH OIKTMENT. nnUE kmc tad tuccettfal ate of thit ointment X is a sufficient recommendation, at it hat been found to be a pleasant, tale and certain re - meriv fne thai 1iarreehle di.iie in all its sta tes. It is for tale in the city of New - York, by J. A. tt YY. ft. fott, No. 41 William - street; I T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. 11 bchieffelin tt Co. No. 193 Pearl street : Law rence & Keese. No. 195 Pearl - street i Hull Bowne, 146 Pearl street ; R. tt L. Murray, 31) rearl - ttreet ; J. M. ursdnurst, 314 rean - sireet ; Joba Fenford. No. 4 Flttcber - ttreet : Dunee & foe, in Fearl - ttreet; Joha C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street : John f. fisher, 100 Broad wav i Walter li Seaman, cornel of Cbamber - st, and Broadway, and alto in Chatham - street j and id short it may be procured at most of the Drug Storet in thit city Also in Philadelphia, of Si. Withered Sons ; George Harrell , North if Ro gers, and almost ail the druggists in the principal townt in the united Btaiet. MKKMiaa. WH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above placet. junzzoin VAL.UA ULK KtAI, r.S t on SALE, 1ST TtlB CITf OF BBW - TORH. I.IVE lots of ground oa the west tide of Green . wicb - rtreet, between Vestry and lUesbros ses - streels. SS bv 80. i our do in the rear oi ine aoove, fronting on the east side of Washington - street, 55 by Mi. Light do in the block below, between Wash iogtoa and West - streets. , , In AlontKomerr enuntv. 6000 acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near Last Canada week, on the north sideoi the Alohawk. In Franklin Countv. 15, 16i acres of Land, in the towns of Mount Morris and Davton. In Ktsex Countv. 7032 acres of Land in the town of Barry more In the t 'ouiit v of Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Cdsterland, Chassanis Purchase. In Saratoga County. 9600 arret in Palmer purchase. Lnuuire at the office of the subscriber, 34 Ce dar - street. BF.V. ROBINSON. roh 17 tf G. bAUiMOLK'a PA'J'KNT KAZOR bTUUP. You that wish to shave wiihease, Buy of SAUSPEB8 it y ou please ; His Razor Strop's, peculiar such, That sharps the Raxor will) a touch. GSAUNDERd respectfully tolicitt those . who have not got bis Patent Raxor Strop, to furnish themselves with Ins new invented Iln tor Strop, and Metallic Coruixnition. Nn gen tlernau who ence wakes trial of one of the Strop now offered, w ill ever try any others ; and such is their formali'in. that ever so much use will not give the razors that roundness which renders the best of them utelets, and which is well kuown always to - follow the application ni all those hither invented. The above strops are in general use in New York, and arc distinguished Irom ail other. Barbers who have ued them any more their ptaite than I can myself. ii cnvnriic 18 Wall - street. Alto for tale. Raxors. Soap, and every uten for Shaving, of the first quality, with a tupe - rior&Mortrnt'iit of I'erfdtnery, Hair - Powder, c. Irom f?iuytti't, New l.ond stieet, London. N. U. The most liberal allowance made to dealers. tnv ti tTVt K)H S.iLL OH 7X1 .K.jlAK. lkSi Lots in the 5, 6, f!, ni;d 10 Wards ; many which are on regulated andered streets. No money will be ri qui red ucder ten years, if sold, - rest excepted. nut Sr,S. Several tiro and thrie story houses, rn which a great artel the monty 'ttu.iin on mortgage. n.ui u a i i;lij huuk. An excellent snnd for businc", with ten acres land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store - bouse nnd barn. COTTON and WO0L1IN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haten, with 40 seres cf land, and a never failing stream, upon Mhich20 millsmay te erected, with a sufficiency of water for each. Applyat No. 2 Greenwich street, jnn 1.1 tf fflTt. TO LET, 5S!il The eleffant 3 ttorv house No. 7 Hud son "street, which commands a pleasant vie' of Park and river. Possession may be had in a few dtys. Also Irr sale, the furniture ofsaid bouse. It is the best quality ; well fitted, and suitable to a genteel family. Apply at above. my 1 1 tf FOU .i.iLh, A farm ou the Hudson, about a mile from Newburgh, containing Lli acres, 33 ol which are Woodland, the rest it divided by good fence into a due proportion of meadow, arable and pnture land. The buildings are partly new ; hruse convenient for a small family . its situation is t quailed in beauty hy tew on the river ; the advantages, from the vicinity of a flourishing village, of public worship, society and good maikf t, with (he facility or communication with Sew York.rtndVr it a desirable residence for a gentleman. 4000 dollars ol the purchase morv - y may remain on mortgage ; the payment the rest will be made easy to the purchaser. Apply on the premises, to Je S3 tf I. VERPLANCK, jwt The bubscriber oflcrs for sale hii reti iIUaV,,ce in the town ni Fa:rfield, state ol Connecticut, tt is pleasantly situated, on the Hi st'm road, about half a little from Long Island Sound. 55 miles from New York, and 0 from New Haven. The bouse and out - hnuset nrein excellent repair. Tbu Iruit yard is well stocked with a variety of Tache, apricots, cherries, pears and strawlierrif . Tliere are in the vicinity academics for the education of youth of both M - ies. 1 rom one tosix acres of excellent land. at the option of the purchaser, can be had with the liou - e, aid the purchase money, if dtired, ran remain on inWest. ror terms apply to IsAAC M. ELY. Eso. '0 John street. N. York. ortothe Hon. J.AT1IAN STURGES, Fair field, Connecticut. inyfi.ltl IUVIDF.I.Y. TO LET, "jli n - jn uii; I. nom, in i ne mor - iimini . . 1 1 . . i part of Pc'l street. Fjr particulars encuire at 197, - psturs. Je5 MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF Tnt ci tv or Knw - OHK. (Thttldttl Institutionor Inmranct afainitrt in imt eirv,) INSURE gaint Lost or Damage, by Fire Dwelling Houses, Ware Houses, Buildings m T' neral. Merchandize. Shin in port and their Canroe. Household Furni'.urt. and every de scriptiot. ol persoral property, on terms at favorable at similar institutions in thiscity. This Crniianv is incorporated lively for the paipose oi insuring tninst loet by fire, tnd his circurAerrihed its operations chiefly within this city ana immediate proximity. In addition to the Capital Stock. fjOR.OOu, which is secured by hood nnd mortgage on real estate and public nt ks. this Company poseessrs a handsome surplus tiuvt, invested in like man' ner : narties assured may therefore repose the ful Int confidence io tbe solidity of itscatal, and that any losses or damige will be nettled with promptitode and liberality. Tbe different rates of premium ami conditions of Insurance are nnilorru with those ot lhe other Fire Insurance OQcet in tbiscity. The public are referred for particulars to the printed proposals in circulation, and which may be bad ou application at No Si M street. GABRIEL FURMAN, President, I JOHN 11NTARD, Secretary, may 23 ' POST COACH AsTO 6TEAM - B0AT LINE, ' . FOR PHUJinELtHlA. BT WAT OP KMAkTHTOW TOUT. (Through in One Day.) A NEW Line of Pott Coachet witbevery con fnr nasieniFers and basiface, on Fprmgt, ttartt from tlie Coach office, No. 1 Courtland - ttreet, near Brondway, New - York, every morning, (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, iu lite Steam Boat Atalaota, via Llizahelhtown, Brunswick. Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelithia (he tame afternoou, at 4 o'clot k. A second Line of new Post Coachet will ttart from New - York every morning, (Sundayt excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Sleam Uoat Atalun - ta, lodge at Trenton, and urme at Philadelphia, in a Steam Hunt, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 6 dollars. P. b. pBsw.nger are requested to call and take their Seals at the oCice no. I ' N. V. United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore nnd Washington City, with every convenience lor passengers aim na?iige, uu springs. The U. S. mail roach will stnrt irom the coach other. No. I O.urtlaudl - st. New - York, eery day at 2 o'clock, P. M. nnd nrnveat 1 hil aiielphia iiext morning ol6o ItKk. Oiily 6 pus ft - riKm admitted. For seats intl.e above named Lines, apply to THOS. W1HTTKLL, at the old estai.iisiien Coach, and Steam Boat office, No. 1 t - 'ourt - Inndt - itteet, near the corner of Uroadway, new - York ! or to A. "1 a: ltl. no. IS! Hroaowav. corner of Cedar - street, and at No. r.:l IVhitball - streef. New - York. (trAil goods nnd baggage at tbe risk ol me wt. JOSEPH CVON, SONS K CO. N. B Expresses sent to any part of tlie THOMAS WillTFILLl. Je S4 VViFl' - bURE MAIL COACHKa, for rniLADXi.rHii. fr7" Leae NeWrork 3 eveiy morning icunimjr e tccpted) at Ho'clock, and ar - ii.:tn.iir,;f. day to dinner. The politick houses are good, and reasonable in their charges. Thedriveis, horses and coaches are not inferior to any otln r now running between these tvo cities. The heuutiful country, nnd the excellence of the roads ou this rout, connected wiih (he safety, comfort, and reasonable exiiences, are helmed to be strong inducements . it .i i - - j..:j.,.i r .. ic iraveiiers in ivinc mis hoc a uaiuru rinu ence. lhc ttnetest ttention win oDservea by the nrnp. - ietors in giving general satisfaction. AH bair.age ami dm kases will so at the ritk of the owner unless insured and receipted fur by the clerk of taid office. Staee fare only S3, with a generous alIowirr of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at fiieir leisure, may emraee - nacn on reas maoie terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one' day previous to starting. For seats apply at Norihern Hotel, No. Courtlandt - street, New - York. ap 2 Proprietors. FOR P H I L A D Y. i. P II 1 A. Twenty - five miles land carriage, ia New - Brunswick andTientou. In new post coachet f 5 Do good stages 4 50 l.i o forec astle or deck pascnger, 3 ;u CcMKCted by the steam boats oi.ive bkakch and rni.APEl.rBia. I lie steam boat Olive Br.tncb will leae New York every day, Suu - day's excepted, from the north side of the Bat tery, at 11 o'i lock, A. !i. ra - se. - 'ers win ioige at J retiton. and take Pie steam tni i i.uauei - iihia. so at to arrive in Philadelphia at lUoYloclt ine nexi morning, in nine io lane trie luioq l.iuc Baltimore steam boats. This line has a connection with the best hoat on the Delaware and theapeake to Norfolk; as alto those of the North Riter and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated to cause lit tle, if any delay. Thisis a soeedv and certainly the most - nient route, as the passengers will leave New - York a'ter the hanksopen, and arrive in Philadelphia before the hours of business, without fatigue in travellinr or want of sleep, the I md carriage being much li sa than by any other ionic lie - tween the two cities. For seats in the above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUES. At the t.'nion Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketfield street, north side of ibe Battery, between Greenwich and Wai - hingn streets, or to The CA fT'AlN on board, fj All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. ap i i.NUIK K. For the further accommo - ii I nl , ,m mil.l, fit .la. t i i ni, i ifT" " of the Firefly from ' W'mi' ' - ew - Vnek and Newhurgh will be in luture on the followii.e days : Leave ew VorK on Wfomiay, wediiesday ar.J Saturday, at9 A.M. Leave Newbureh on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at 8 A. M. 1 he above arrangement sv 111 commence ny trie Firefly leaving Newbunjh ou Sunday, the 4lh May. The Western Stage leaves Newhurgh immediately after the arrival ol tlie Firefly . my tz CASTOR A!D KM MEW I.IMK, VIA nr.w - BRr.nswH k. Patienjen will leave New - York every Monday r" t md Friday, at II o'clock, A. Im. in the steam boat Oil - e Branch s lodee at New Brunswick : leave thert early next morning, and arrive at Easton at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Retiirninc, leave Easton every Monday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, A. M , lodse at New Brunswick ; arrive at New York at l'J o'clock next morr ine, in the steam boat Olive Branch. The stage connected witb this line is a good four - horse stage. rassaee irom N. isrunswicu tohaston. S3 50 : from Eastou to Bethlehem, 75 cents. For seats in thahnve line.apply lo WM. B. JAQUES, at the Philadelphia Union Line Steatu - Boat Office, north side of the battery. K I LKTSON, Proprietor. Jel3tf FOH PHll.Jil)ELfHt.1, ELIZ.IBETH - TOHX POIXT. Via POST - COACH LI.Nr - Tlirtnizh in m diiy and by daa - lishl. LEAVES New - York in the sleim - boat Ata - laota, front the foot of Whitehall - street, near the Batterv, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquire at No. 1 Courtlandt - street and No. 53 White - ball - street, at which places scats may be taken Je20 tf E3l 7V I.ET. A dry Cellar, under the boue No. 29 Pine - stn - et. l'j.quire of MR. SMEDES, my 1 1 tf 134 Pearl - street WANTED. GIRL from Vi to 15 years of ape, of good .v character and steady halnt, to assist in family. Apply at "4 Ionhrd - street. Je23 HOH0KE.V HOTEL. THE house lately oc upietl by Mr. David Godwin, has been newly furnished, andi; in rompleat order lor the reception of boarders. Parties ran be accommodated with dioueron tbe 'hortest notice. Tea, coffee, ice - cream, mead, cake, frnit, &c with a variety of tbe brt liquors, will be always in readiness. A burse bo:A Will start from each side of tbe river punctually at every hour from S o'clock in the aortiin' until 3 ia the evening. Iuly6tw 8. BURNS. TUK SOU XD ST RAM BOAT - LIAR. ' The proprietor, wi'h a view of accommodating the public, by exteuding the line to Norwich, intend making t'.ie experiment witb the Fulton, Capt. Law, and this route (if found practicable) will be continued during the season. Tbe line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, at follows : 'I he Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - York every Mmdati, W'.&iuiday and Friday, fit 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor New - llavea; ' I'he Fulton, L'apt Law, will leave A'untich at 6 o'clock io the morning of the same days, touch at JYtw - Lonion and depart from thence for jVttc - Haten at 8 o'clock. The boats will meet at Xac Horen, and depart from thence every Monduv, Tf'idnn - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the eening the Connecticut for .Veuj - J'or, and the Fulton for Jitir - IsOndiin nnd oiutrh. ' fnh 17 t,Ha,H.n and caiamiaiuuamail - uiiK TBHS.K TIMKII A WF.IK. I EAVES Newbureh eve J ty Sunday, Tuesday, 'i . i : . t J B"u i nursiiity niuminK, ni three o'clock, runs through Mnntgbiniry, Bloomingburgli, Monticello, hy 1 - aKe, i o'liccton, Mount l feasant, ureal mod, Chenango Point, Uwrga, Ithica, and Gc rieva, trCauand.iigua. Returning leaves fanamlaifnia every Mnn day, Wednesday and Friday nioniings at three o'clorK, iitid ail ives at IMcuhiirgli, the third dav ii lime to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - Yotk the fallowing momiiif'. fXj ll may bt trjmUi that at all hmmrttn the tlram - bnnli altrr their days of runturg, that tfiis line trill alter to at l meet litem. The whole route will be perfumed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and from the first of November until the llluentli or December, and from tlie fifteenth if M:irch until the first of May, in fiuir dn - s and from the ISlli IKcember, un til the fifteenth of March the tame line will be coiitinued'io the city of New - York and run ficm thence to L'atiat'daigiin in four days. Passengers tratellmg Hum New - York, to Cunaii(laii;iia, Niagara or Bulihlo, can leave N. York in the evenine steani - lHiats, and arrive in Canamlaigtia in '.In ee days a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnished with good, new carri. cm ; pi Kid horses, and cat cLi. aiid experienced drivers) Every atten - lion wili he paid to render the passage of the traveller tafe. easv and (Xprditiout ; and it i believed that tiie accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the Hate. 1AKK tion ievlurijli to Canamlargua FOURTEEN DOLL.U1S. X. B. A bancli of the same line runs three timet a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Oweiro Tioga Point; thence through Newtown and Painted Pot, to Bath, tvc. BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk ofthe owners. David Godfrey, Bloominshiirgh, F.. C. St. John. Mount Pleasant. L. ti R Manning, Chtiiui'.o, (.Troprie - i ..ii. l,i.;..A f ... Samuel GreenlifJ, Genrta, Olner Phelps, Lansini;, mh 14 r!6m LjUtill - ' virir. ,i,iva, lull. EASTON MAIL SI'AGL', rnnociiu i.v I pat. rnnt K timxs a I he irnirietiiit ack - nowledge with giatitude the - nrnuragemi i.l they hive Heretofore re tiled in this line, uii . uic inert K. re induced to expedite the travelling on this route ; and in onier lo accomplish it, have provided Iheins'ves wili four changes of hours, which are placed at e - quuldislnncesonthe route. It will leave White's Hotel, t - aston, every nioiiday, tVeunrsday, and Friday, at 4 o'clock in the morning, arrive at Elizabeth Town Point in lime to fake the steam boat Atalanta. at S oVIim k. Leave New York nt S o'clock, every Tuesday, 1 hursday and Saturday, and arrive ut Eastou eaily in tlie etening ; (are through five dollars, Bi d a generous allowanreol haj;g:gei gratis. As this since passes near the caleliruled spriegs on Schooley's .ilountain, passengers inking this line will be carried to the springs without any extra rharge The proprietors pledge that nothing shall be wanting nn their part lo make thit a pleasant route. The drivels nre careful and accommodating. For seats, apply to James Patten, Court - land stre et, oron horJ the Atalanta, and White's Hotel, Laston. I. Z. ii J. DRAKE. Chester, June 20 J - i0 Im .so 1 :LL fj - Steam Boat Of.ivK f5. Uh.kcii will fail every "uiidi.y, at 1 1 o'clock round . - latrn M:nd, and occasion ally, 11 me wiuJ an'l title will permit, to tlie I.O'ilt. This beautiful tail will cuntnbule both to htalth und pleasure, and it as cheap a recreation as can be found. Parties who mean to partake ol this au.useu.ent will, if convenient, give in their names the day preceding, at the office in Markets Id street, north side 01 the Battery. Dinner 01 board, at the usual pricci. Passi - ge hs children h. If price. my 13tf lllr. SlEAA - liOsi'I .H.Hl..i.r.i, FOR ELIZABETH 1 OWN POINT, T EAVES N. York each f at 6'undayt except - from the foot of White hall aired near tlie Battery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clot k A. M. and ti o'clock P. M. ; leaves l.Iira hethtown Point at Ho'clock A. M. and half past 12 o'clock and half past 4 o'clock r. l. Jc 20 If SfUKTH STE.1M.BU.iiS, (i3r Ou the llth of Mar, tK - i ffltV VSWI MJCtl - tt IJIIli l'UI rTtn f timet a week. A Boat - ' - ' - aienge. New - York on Tues day, ui V 1.11M.K, A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M; Friday, at V A. ni. and faiuruav, at b 1 . rI. ol each week ; and a noal leaves Albany nn yiou day, Wednesday, Ihuriday, and Saturday, at A. M The Fire - Flv leaves New - Y'ork on Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. lor New - hureh. and returnson nionday, Wednesday and Friday, ot !l A.M. Je 2; tuH SALE, A farm of between sixty and leventy acres, situate on the west hank ol Lake Otsego, and or.e mile from the village of Coopers town. On it are anew stone house 54 feet square ; a uew farm houe, barn, &'c. It lotms a desirable es taMishment for a gentleman wishing to retire into tbe country, as its situation, at to prospect, convenience to market, iic. it not surpassed by any in the interior ol the ttate. It will lie sold low for cnh, on a credit, or exchanged for pro perty in nut cut, gooes, ;o Apply 10 tl. II OL IV. St.LH.itt lt - iv, my 7 tf . Law Building PATENT RUG DESTROYING LIWUiD. 4 CERTAIN and never failing poison tor led ii. bugs. It wiilexterniinate them at using witlic utstninin: the furniture, or beii! rtcrom Pained with that disagreeable smell usually at tendiiii: the apidicatiun of older poitons. For sale in Lotties, at 4s. each, tit P. DICKIE'S Medicine Store, 3'J5 Broadway N. B. A large assortment nl genuine Drugs nr.d warranted patent Medicines, fur salp nt a nove. Je l lm .1 UHN HEWITT siiil lesidesat ,".o. 242 Wa ttr street, where he has a very handsome and fashionable assortment of Cabinet Furniture on hand, which he will warrant to he of Ibe Grsl ?uality. He solicits his New York and soutliern nendsto givn him a call, n l,c flatten himself they will not be disap)K,inttd. Orders f xecnteu at the shortest notire. Je ti 111 U.I, A pleasnnt back room, at no. 5 Wall - street, suitable for a lawyer's office. Postesfum immediately. Apply in the front office. Je4 TWO or three siiigle rntlrmrn can be hand - tomcly rtcommudated with board at No. C9 Broadway. Jc 76 lm i A tUtetraitg public kxew ktw to fUtaaiuiah ba . tweenthiDgt that differ. . DOCTOR BORNE, f..rmfrlf of tbe city of Indon, ai member of tt faculty of phytU and surgery there, deems it his de - m repeat some onterTBboaa oa h, uiditcrimiiiate. anH iuu,.!. Ced ate taereof, tat bee. prS lanrtt are annually oiercari&lized out 'of mV - .s uai c u view owe w. r ....... uimmiLr, - - vinat a oit hat a young man, tlie hopes of bit country, mJ tbe darling of b,i parentt, tlwuld be toatxbed I at way from aU the protpecU and enjoymeaUof hf. by theconqueoteiofoue ungawded moment! and by a disease not in itt owu nature fataL mD4 wLiibofrly prorettofrom neglect or imrtroru,, ireatment.'' - A git!emar."(late Dr. $ T' tieTit) now perfwtlybear'yitBd well, had lie. under physu iant of geneivd practice, six tear, and repeatedly salivat.d; when rerommep.aed t. Dr. II. (by git!eman of this city) hit ho.! were c.inout, und bit Hesh dropnng from then. - hit friends declared he could cot posiibly sun!. ' two months longe.r. Thousands eiptr.menl.ii! know witb what ewe and t.Aty Dr. Hetll cates the severest caset, and coofirmt tLe'cnn..!" tutien. Tbe Doctor'! rlarr (advertisir,.) u J." cessnry to guard the pnhlic against the anuse Ti rrercury, and otlier fatal delusions, held forth Persons, therefore, having contracted a tlrT vato disorder, or iispcctif.g latent poison. adiunnislied not to tamper with tl.eir coosfiti lion, or cooceul the disorder, till put recur, ry ; others having the remains of an old q., or other impuniies of the blood, as well at oth er of a delicate nature, io .'tx. should reineraler posterity, ancf do juttic. to their consciences, by making apnlir.tin! to Dr. II. at his old and resrrtAff. I!.'!? , r'. . ' h unit rikial curei no cure at all: ..!... "l ' .ine - is radically done, you will cr rftialy h.. the disorder break out r.g.u0 with ledouhled m. lignity, at ttime future period : Krton. the "in icru,. iHin - c you often niett ta the ttrt eU miserable., mutiiettvi heiDel. with ven a bit of nose on tb.r fate Take warnine I lietectb you. Dr. H't. character for skill aod stubborn inte - f"rt' bc"' "''"ealij known in th;, ti,v nc. IH04,gturanteeto phtn - ntt thut dtlicar and t - crei y hitherto unknown, nod havinv rnn - j v.:. practice for) ears pat, eltlusively to the cure ol rtiseusrs of the blond lysUin, they ny safely cal. ru'ate on the most decided advantages incoa - u!(;iig Lr. II. Gieets erf.ticated in two or three Strictures removed without boagiet or any oin - i r i i?fruiirtt and all dt bihtiet; liktwuH. ail :il ulierhiirms, fistula's &(, A plurality of rfficet are provided, and to sit - ted that patients are not exposed toeach 011.'. observation. Open ti.l half pnst 9 in the aveniiw. AI! persons ro'icemed are invited to he f . ailing, and rpeaking with Dr.H. which it trt oictiti. Annnere ine i.ncior cancot avoid the xiirrssion of gratitude for innumerable rernm. inrndstiont, and fnr the drcidi d ptelerencc fit is' prestimea wiin just causey long given him bye uiiii i'i,ir iuiiiil. S. B. All letters must be post paid. 'Dr. Buchanan. , Aug i7 x St.UHEU qb'Jl.Kt.Hl JVOA J.tJJ - OiJ - J U.v. I " R. EVANS' saperM Ut method ofcuringacr. tain Disease, isnowuuive - tally a:knmvleUrd ia th t city ; ht mode oftrcntmeil 11 perfectly mild, safe, e - peditious. and his charg. 1 reasouaine. in every i siance he warrants a ctrt, and will return the nsv if 1 does no't perform tgreeab't to contract. I'he stm test secrecy alwoys observed. ere are many persons in this city and iu vi - initr. lahonni! under various chronic sucii at cancers, 010 inveterate Ulcers, suitxtt or kings evil, tttuias. of tbe Breinrr, bladder and kidniea, old complicated compl.U't of a certain nature, bilious and otlier obttrai. lions, rheumatism, Ac. which tiny consider iaci. rable, tliey can certainly be cured (in genera) by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store. Nt, 9, Peck - slip, having practised in extelsiTt hospitals in Europe 12 years, under tome of tit first Surgeons and Phrsiciant in the world, u4 made thoie obstinate diseasei his consent stu!f lor 30 years. Oct H Kf The subscriber having recently rtturaeJ from EnelanJ with an Important improvement ns the artificial snrinj LEG, he takes thit method of informing his friends and the public, that iB tnose wno are so unfortunate as to be In want n a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. tan 2? WM. PUP vi?. AFRU.MENTO, Nn. 1 Wall street, gentle .. n.en'sdressiiitr room, has fortale a fcw Ri - x irs of Damask Stttl, made by the celebrated Murcuin. of Pans, lie has also received aa as sortment of the best Enelish Razors, which lie warrants good. If rroved to the contrary, avt - nfV ft'Tiim!.!!. Mr. FKUMENTO returnt his sincere thwxi to his custcmtrn, and the public in general, tor their very liberal patronage, and solicits a cu.''. m ihpir minurt. He has likewise procured a very fine hore,aao engage! to restore raiort to a very Keen ruse, aod should they not cut well he will receive no Henllf men who snhsrrihe bv the OUtrter. will have their apparatus kept delusively nJ u elves. Jr 4. coatTAt J. sapply 01 dies P,eavef Ilat'i fiesh from th " nulactory, i"'? Kl. Kir Hie SOllUl em market, and narknil tt' the! tliorlest 00 bee jlW ICON'S, 160 Brody may 57 11 I'lnwo - K ui rtunrneiic .11 rw - vntd at PO. . . . . . . w . 1 V 1 Washmcti'mstieel. for building a bouse, ureeably wi'.h apan there left, lot a 1 ?l.e coriier of the Bowling Green Myl troet OS. WlLfO, 14 Maiden - Lane, hat just'i ceiv.d by the Venus, a large 1 excellent Tiano Fortes, Ftitent f lutft, l Is, tic. irauulactuted exprety lor him nj 1 inenti A: Co. Loo'lon. Also, 1 i .no f "'',?", in tet , nt:w limbic, and eveiy arucle in me steal line; ii.Mruineuts taken 111 cbr,I'(, tuner tiroviiled. ""J ' hrii.hiiuk - PIUXTED A.VD FUBLISUZD MICHAEL BUKXRAM Jr CO. No. 49 WiLi.iAw - eTRatT orrotiTK v bAK. torKe. - nor. Fa - tV, ......... u., v - . .,11., - Biirr Kiur bouses West of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt asiist,Bce . Unit i - ab - ulMed to prevent diw losure. And let Uii' claim your serums attentim. mm mmm 1 li i?

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