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Statt of ew. Jtr. n 17 - mauct of oriicf of tbM Ueaorab ?nn. beuriac date tht t Jth v f J me. fiat; Cnffe Home, ia tit city of New - York, M tua t54 - y of July aext, at It 'dock, at boob, oilar the diiectinf of tbe tnbacrtber. tw lot of rioupA tr " tM Cigbtb Ward of the city of I New York, being part ul trie estate whereof Am - tboay Lupeaard, deteaaed, died Betted, and are thwuiguishe' on a Map mad of the real estate of the laid Aathoay liepeoard, by Not. 614 and 650, ae 1 take a together are bounded easterly on Hadwa - elreet, ti feet, weiterly by a afreet aot jet earned 15 feet, motherly by lot No 575 and Ml, aad aortherty by lots No. 673 and 539, together witn the tereditanteot aad appurtenance to tbe aame behweiiit or in aay wiae ap pertaining - uated Jane autu, I BIB.' THOMAS BOLTON,' la 30 ttwtiy 14dtd Matter ta Chancery, IN CHANCERY. Statt of New - York,. TH nartunnceaf an order of this honor blecoari 1 hearine date the luth da ofJaae. 1818. will be told at puldic auction, at tba Tontine Coffee Bouse, hi the city or New lore, on me zju uay .mtlulu if at I n'clwi at noon, under tbe di - mriina nfiha subscnbcr Afl that certain lot, fiiece or parcel of land, aituate at Greenwich, iu he ointh, (lute eighth) ward of the city of New - York, described on a map thereof, made by Pop - Bietofl and Bridge, March 19th, 1818, ai Jot No. 3 1 begtaflinf at tbe - oufbeatt corner of said lot (aboataa ft. 10 inch, from the corner formed by the interaction of Hani mood and Qtenwich - treeU) and running thence notlfierly along tireernvieb - ttreet aforesaid 15 fart ttheact) wett - j erly along the lot described on aaid map at lot fturabertwo, Sxfeet 4 inches; thence again wett erly along the aaid lot number two, 4 feet 5 inches ; thenc northerly alUg aaid lot number two, 7 Teet 4 inchet j thence wetterly along land bow or late of Anoe Scodder; 19 feet ; theare aoatberly along land now or late of George B. Thorpe, t7 feet; thence easterly along land oi Alexander Ritchie, bS feet 4 ii bet, to tbe place of beginning t together with the hereditament and appurtenance It the tame belonging or appertaining. Dated June 30th, 1818. 1 nu.uAo dvjl i uii afV nf iw l - wj j Wm. "an i 11 Ayit rvi tsar in nnnrnrti . . IS CUANCl.RV. t Stalt of Jfae York. n. IN panaance of an ordi - r of thit honorable conrt. bearine date the t7th dav of June, 1818, will oe tola at puouc am mm, hi ine uimur CoffHooie.in the city of New York, under the direction of tlieiuhtcriber, at one of the mat. ten of tbia court, on the Hit day of July next, at lColock at noon, all thoie aeveral hiocki, pie ce or parcel of ground, ituate, lying and being in the towntbip of tirooklvn, in the county of King, and wie oi roew - iora, aiorefaia, nna knowaaoddiitinfiiifhedmianiBpniade by Jer - nlih Ijt. - th 19th dav of March. 1802. bv . tbe following boundariei, to wit, aortberly in . front by Waier - atreet, loutherly in the rear ny Froat - etreet, eatttrlj oa tiie one vide by Jack - MM - atrmt. and werterlT on the other ride by Gold - ttxeet, containing four iquaretor block of KTuand. Alto all tbote cf nam wattr lot, lying imntediatery in front oi trie rjeiore aetcnoea block, Bnded a follow! to wit eatferly by jacki avatreet, aoutherly by Water - itreet, and Wt tterly by Gold - itrref, containing in breadth en water - ttreei ine aiacance oeiween uuia - ana Jai'kton - Mreet. a.id ruoninr iol the Kat River a lar at tbe irant of the corpora tk of the city of rtew - Tork rxtends, with the appurtenance, Dated Jane 2,1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Matter in Chancery. Wote. The above property will he old iu lot and parcel, according to a certain map to oe made thereof, which will be exhihibited in the Cooee - heaie one week before the day or tale. Je30 law3wd!w . IM I 'll lM'I U V " State of eit - Yor1c, n. K purtoance of an i rdetof the Honorable Coart, bearing date the 86th day of June, eigh taen bandred and eiehteen. will be told at public auction at the Tontine Coffee Houte, ia the city of New - York, under the direction of the uhtcri - ber, one ot the matter oi the court, on I uet dav the Slat of July next, at IS o'clock, noon ail that certain dwe'ling houte, lot, pi)ce, and parcel o' ground, tiiuate, lyins;, and being in tbe r.ihtti Ward of tire citv of New - York, known oa a map of the farm vf the late Nichnlat Kay - rd,by lot No. 99, on the wett tide oi Broad vay, which aid lot contain in breadth, in front and ' rear, twenty five fent, and in length on each ride, one hundred feet, aad i bound a follow ; northerly, by lot No. 100, formerly owned by Samuel Beerfuinn, weiteny, in ine rear ny ioi iio. i is, bow, rr late owned by Uaac B. Cox, and Cor - neHa. hi wife, (outherlr. by lot No. 98, and eat - terlv. in front bv Broadwav. And alto, all that lot or piece of ground, tituafe in tbe nme ward, and known upooihe aame map, by the No. 112. bounded wetierly be Mercer - itreet, northerly by lot No. Ill, tout her ly by lot No 113, ami eat - terlv bv lot No. 99. being In breadth, in front and rear, twenty .five feet, and iu length on each tide one ha&drd feet, with uie appurtenance, u ted June J7, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Je t9 taw3wdt Mutter in Chancery. A Kr.Vr.lJ HARf. J A. GUTTWALDT respectlully invite . the amateur of music to inspect atrliis Pian - . F - rie M.iiiufactnry, No. 75 Maiden lane, a muaical initruoicnt that perfectly equal the harp ia tound anu lar iirjann it in point oi ea ay treatm ht, at it i played like the piano by meant oi key, and cooeq'iently ha all the ad vantHg of hiilliaat modulation the only onr in the United elate. A lo, ao elegant Piano Forte of floe tone, mimical variety and workmanship, with an aiiortoient of different kind, a bote good qaantie have been tertifcd by the underaigned eminent profeuor : V.'t the lubtcriben, prnfettort of mutic, dn cerfify, that we have carefully examined Mr. J. A Guttwaldt' piano - fortet, which, for in'fnui - traiidetreilence of workmanthip and uniform brilliancy of tone, we (feaervedly recommend to Kihhc pttroeage. - - Mesri. Gillei, Ktienne, Rd - trtx,C. Thibault, Cbarlet Gilfert." J 7 WHOOPING OUGH. DOCTOR SCOT Pfc Pectoral Mixture, which i atafeand eifitiu - .. icuiedy lor the Wbooi'inr coairti. It it onlv ten veart ince it wa offered to the public, and nme thouaandt of children, both in England and Scotland, have I oeeo cured ny It. alter every otner meairine nao i J. . - . . . . . 1 I . LI.I. I been used withoat effect. It it held in the high est estimation for it excellent and salubrious virtue. It promotes gentle perspiration, re moves viscid nhlt - e?m bv an tasv and safe exper torabon, and it highly salutary to lb lungt ; it iirenihf ni and deiendt ine iioniacn, bivc Rreai - er liberty of breathing, and produce the roost saie, taiutary ana nappy ruev.e. , quetrct of neglect, prematurely fall a sacnflce. - J it a not ny exciting xcmpomry .m.u. o. relief 111 those violent paroxysm mat us quau - tie are manifested, but by effectually remov - ins - tliOkC distressing symptoms, by giving! veirour to the 'weakened fi ame, and renovated . 0 . ... ....... bealth tO the afflicted individual. Sold wlv.letale and retail, by R. Robertson, Apothrrary, No. 82 Broadwav, and J. C. Mori n, urunest, no. las ureenwicn - sireet, it.i York. Lh - uggest throughout the United states, may be supplied with the Pectoral Mixture, at eiihejr of the above places, at the lowest wholesale price. Jy 7 2m LOT9TOLEA3E ATTHENORTH RIVER tOUUAlE between Karclay and Murray O streets, Chambr and Retd' - rtreels - Jaam streets, Chambr and Recd - streett, Javaiul Harriton - streeU, anj North Moor and Beach - streets, at a price very considerably let than In terest on their value, and at fho xprriio of1 . i - . .... 1 1 ... uK.wns wa uuuuiogs to o lairly valuad and paw tar, or a new icasa granted, nuv, 10 in oy uie year at a low rate, several lots er yards on lh water, well calculated tor limber, plaster of pans c Apply to PH. RH1NELAXDEO, 31 Park, near tbe Theatre. Several of th above lot will te sold at a no. erie pnee and 00 a liberal credit. A small portion of the money outy will be recoired. Jon U tf . ' . of oi l hi . of has to i I I MAHOGANY SOFAS, CHAIR AKD CAB1 - . NPT CI1RNITUHH. Jtf7 49 BEKKMAJf - STREET. ' rIriE eabacriber begt leave to retura hit aio - X ceretbaakatotboaa ladle and genUemeo ba have bee) kind enough to honor mm wiin tbvir commands, and to inform tbem. and tti ad - mirer of handsome furnitare in general, that be bat ob band too very elegant sofas, chain, card, peatbroke and extending patent dining table, grand aideboard, inlaid with high - pelnhed ornamental bra - work and rote - wood, card table to natch, Grecian couches, tofaa, chaise lounges music (tools, cnaira, c. - aim, a u brsry ttep chair, tbe etility of which be particu larhs recommend. All furaitar warranted of the bett (reality aad workmanship, and of the Be wett Europea run ion. Order executed to any part of the anion to any drawinr, on the mod reatooaoie tennt ana puoctvality forcaib. Ladiea or gantkmenbaving fancy woodi, may bare them tnanafactured to any article they wiab, by applying at above. my 30 tia A. M. HAYtVOOD. axBiaiTioa ov tui visa a art, COLUMBIAN PICTURK GALLERY. A. 146 Fultm - tlrtct, near Braadxeav. THE proprietor J thit valuable and xten - tiva oollection of picture, embrace tbe otportunity f informing connoitaear and amateur of tie fine art, and tbe enlightened public Now - York, that tbe gallery will in future be ten from 8 in tbe morning U Uf p - t 0 at uisbt. From C mtW evening to half put 10, thi gallery it brilliauUy lighted up, Bad tb ad - miwioD only 25 ceou These picture have been collected, at theex - pente of 25000 dollar, and ara allowed, by the bert judge, to be th finest tpaciment of the art aver exhibited ia the United States, being gem, selected with peculiar care, from th va - rioat cabinet in Rome, Naples. Florence, Amsterdam, Pari and London, and the works of the most approved painters, both ot the ancient and modern tchools, and are undoubtedly original. Artists, ladies or gentlemen, will h entitled to t.udy, or rpy auy of the pictures, by becoming subscribers. Ladies or gcntlemec, who have subscribed one dollar, on paying another, will be considered tubtcriken for the season. O9 Admittance, for the day and eveninj, 0 cents ; lor a month, (1 ; for the season, $2 ca talogue included. J 24 lm PROSPECTUS FOB rPBLltaiRS Bt tOBgCRIPTiaiV A MAP OF MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. 'I HE publication of thit Map haa been under X taken with the itrpretsion, that it will ex hi hit information, highly interesting at thi event' ful criti . and the valuable Man which tbe au thor ha procured, during hitieveral tour through Mexico, lo tbe yean I boo, iuut, 1U1Z, 1815, 1816, and 1817. induce him to beleirethat the Map, with even all its imperfections, will be much the most perfect which bat appeared before the public. This Map will contain tbe latett and bett information from the discoveries and possession of the American, Spanish, Russian, British and rench traveller and navigator and representing th claims of their retective governments on tbe Northwestern coatt of America. The Map will include that portion) of Norfb America, which lirt between the Istiuout of Da - rien. and tbe4.'!tu decree of North Latitude, and from the Mississippi River weslwardly to tht Pacific Ocean. In tire the Map will be about six by five feet. and will be projected on a scale of 40 mile to the inch, to be delivered to tbe lubtcriber at fif teen dollar each. Natche. March 7, 1318. ap7tAol ONT - ALTA For FALE or to LKT, aim lvj. immediate imnrssion given. Die beautiful place called Mont - Alta, seven initr from the City - Hall, on tbe North River, adjoining Lord Courtenay't. It enntaint SO arret of land under improvement, with a large garden well stocked with vegetable a variety of fruit, with every convenience for a latnily. For term, which are verv reasonable, and if told a Ions credit ei sen if wanted, npply to N. ti D. TALCOTT. 64 Niuth - strret. Je it FOR SALE, 30 reams of Cassia Paper, suita tile for Ha Hot makers, or tuear Baker. The quality and size i the aame at toe Eveaioc in"! is priuieu on. Appiy ai mitouice. Je 18 P.1Tt.AT PlJiAO - tVHi &, Ke, TMEiobacriber intending to part for London about the end of the present mouth, offer for tale a few elegant patnut piano forte, just finished and warranted of a superior quality. He would be happy to attend to th order of friend for London pianofortes. His long sxperienc in the manufacture of piano's in this city he trusts will give every confidence in hit alii itr to (elect such as are of tbe tint quality. Orders for church or chamber organ, will be strictly attended to, and manufactured under bit inspection by the most esteemed maker in London. Commission business of any kind, within hi ability to perform, will be faithfully attended to. ly Those persons who are indebted to him will please settle the same as soon as convenient. and bote to whom be it indebted will present iheir account without delay. ' WILLIAM KEAR5INC, Jy 6 gw 279 Bowery. BltEWEKl . r'nr sale, a bargain, a tirsw cry Si Malt House connected, ia the city Hudson. Th buildings are ttone, and par ticularly well calculated for the business. It is situated in th midst of a barley country, and many other advantage. It it certaiuly an object for those wishing to engage in thit business. It is the oolv brewery in the couctrv. Phis property will be old cheap. Terms libe ral ; title good. For further particulars apply M. MULDKN, No. 78 Maiden - lane, New - York; or J. MX ON, Jr. near the premise. June 13 tf UOAHUING bCHtlOl nnHE MIS3 BENNETT'S have opened a X boarding tcnool for voun ladies, on Die outh tide of Powlet Hook, in a situation verv healthy, ami although convenient to the citv. quite retired. The usual English branc tut and 'ttu', r rtw o, jiusic, uancinc anu irw .H.....LI 1 . me, are taucht, by themselves or by approved sassier. rr terms :c. apply lo Mr. u. 1 GREENE, 54 Wall - street, or at the tcl.ool. j 14 i' TO BUILDERS. Or those who may wish to erect three elegant buildins or lactone. r OTS.77 feet hj 80. more or lest, with tl ine sU CM P;haed "Pjptfj0' togeUier. Ab nl Buildi Perron, , , unnl k. - . ham - ttrcet - the whole on accommodating ftrmi Apply at 33 Chatham Row, near Beekman - st I he advertiser has three small mortgage to 1 r r nnr. ... . r ffiiwt n uip"c oi, one 01 J.wu, one wi yixw, an in tnis city. VV ANTED, j imi irmsuw i "ge, of good cnaracier ann sieaoy nanus, 10 assist in fam ly. Apply at 74 Leonard - street. Je29 AHORSE WANTED. A GOOD Bctiv Horse, about six yean old : II is wanted chiefly as a gig horse, in whirh hinvsi Ji mitst he nerfertlw rentle. A Bay would be prefered. Applv at No. S4 wreenwicn - atreet. J o HACK.NEY COACHEs. I70R Select Parties, from Elizabeth Town T Point, for Philadelphia, and the Steam BoaU at Trenton and Bristol, and the Mineral Sonnet 1 " ccnooiey monntaip. Notice tent to No. Jtf Whit.H!l trt. New York, or H ALEY at STILKS, KJitaheih Town. r mail, or nv ine biesrn Boat Atalanta, will oe immediately attended to. J 14 tv""t TO TT VJ A dry Cellar, under the house No. 29 ru - street, fcrqmre of MR. SMCDF.i a a JM lSlPeait - ttrsxU WHEATON'8 ITCa OINTMENT. THE loog and ucceatui a of tbia ointmont i b aufficieat rccotjuaendatioB, a it ha been found to be a pleasant, a( and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all it ta - 5et. It i for al in tbe city of New - York, - bv . A. U Y. R. Pott, No. 41 WiUiam - ttreeti I. at T. Clark, No, 85 Maidea - Laae ; fi. U Schieflelin U Co. No. 193 Pearl - street 1 Law react & Keeaa. No. 195 Pearl - street t Hull Bowne. 140 Pearl - ttreet ,'R.CL. Murray, 313 Pearl - Rtreet ; J.M. Bradhurtt, 314 Pearl - itreet iolinPeafbrd.No.4Fletcher - treeti Duryae I Poe, in Pearl - ttreet; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street; John P. Fisher. 106 Broad' war : Walter & Seaman, cornet of Cbamber - st. and Broadway, and alto in Chatham - street ; and ia abort it may be procured at most of the Drug Store ia thit city Alto in Philadelphia, of S. Witberell A Soot ; George Harrell .North & Ro ger, and almost a tiie droggitti la toe principal towns u id tiniieu oiaies. LIXKWI4K. WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERs. may oe nad at the aoove place. jaa zt out Valuable real Ea rm bALE, Itr TBB CITV OP BW - JTOMMV I ?IVE lot of ground on the wct rid of Green V wicb - ttreet, between Vert. and Detbro - tc - ilreel, 55 by 80. Four do in tiie rear of the above, fronling oo me eai tide oi tvatningioo - ttreet, Xioy eu. Eight do n tbe block oclow, between Wash ingtoa end wnt - itreeu. In Montffomerv Count v. 60P0 acre of Land in Lawrence' purchate, near Katt Canada - Creek, oa tiie north tide oi we Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15,16i acreof Land, in the town of Mouut mornt and uayton. In Essex Couatr. 7832 acre of Land in the town of Barry more In the Count v of Lewis. 1150 acre of land in Catterland. Cbaitanit Purchate. - t . In Saratoga County. V 5600 acret in Palmer's purchase. . " Enquire at the office of the lubtcriber. 34 Ce dar - tlreeL . BEV. ROBINSON mhl7tf ' G. SAUNDEK'S PATENT RAZOR taiROP. You that with to thave with ease, Buy of Sacndkr if you please ; Hit Razor Strop's, peculiar tuch, That sharps the Raior with a touch. G SAUNDERS resiectfully tolicitt those . who have not got bit Patent Razor Strop, to furnish themselves with hit new invented Ra zor Strop, and Metallic Composition. ' No gen tleman who once make trial of one of the Strop now onererl, will ever try any other; and ucbii their formation, that ever to much use will not give the razor that roundnes which render the beit of them utelets, and which it well known al wayt to follow the application of all those hither to invented. The above ttropt are in general use in New York, aad are distinguished from alt others. Barbers who have used them say more in uieir praise man I can myself. l. SAU.1ULI.5, 18 Wall - tlreet. Also for tale. Razors. Soap, and every uten sil lor &naving, or the tint quality , with a siipe rior assortment of Perfumery, Hair - Powder, &c from Smyth's, New Bond street. London. N. B. Tbe most liberal allowance made to dealer. my 22 0.E UUNDRED DOLLARS KEWARO. 1SS1NG Irom the gallery of the American 111 Academy ol the tine arts, i V0 MINI A TUKK PORTRAITS, the one a gentleman's, tet iu gold, ornamented with pearl and richly fi - nisneu oil ine oaca, rauiaiea ironi ine c nire ine other a lady't, without setting, but tied in a plain casing. . 1 he a hove reward will be paid tiy WILLIAM DUNLAP, Esq. keeper of the American Academy of the r ine Arts, on delivers of the above miniatures to him, at hit painting rooms, in the New - York Institution, or at his house, No. 59 Leonard street tor, if the gentle man's picture atone it to delivered, tht fatntxr.t; untnjurtd, seventy dollars will be paid to the per son wiiu aciivers ii ; anu in "me innnner, n'i uic ladiet immature alone, the pinling unwjnred. tniny aoiiart. i oe money win oe wmo on oeu very of the pictures, and a question asked. Jewellers. Watchmaicrri and others, to whom these pictoies, or tbe setting af the geatleaian's picture, roay be offered for sale, are particular ly solicited to be oa their guard, and give notice above. By order of the board. - ALEX. ROBERTSON, Sec'ry. J13tw WANTED, a lad about 14 year ol age, as an arprentipt to the printing business Apply at the corner of Nassau and Spruce - it. jya r.OR th. a..ove troublesome and oflen falal r complaint Hamilton's Elixir is offered, with confidence inspired by twenty yeartiucceeiiui exrerinient. A tinelc trial will nrore that it dit lodgei and evacuate! the tough viscid phlegm or mucus, ttren - thent the weakened vesteltofthe lunes. thealhet th Brrimoninui humour which irritatet them, and finally dischargee it. Tbus affriliini Ik. Ark - Aimr.rAr - th VIuO - Will 1 air. 4 ft tVUffC CUCV tMlllf f ' I conquered ; the reverie of common medicines. which weaken the constitution, and give treigthl tothediiorder, forthe nkeofmoderauogioruie intent tome ofiU oainful ffectt. . . I TO PARENTS, who have children afflicted I wlthtliit dreadrul malady, this it a discovery oi the first magnitude, at it affordt immediate re and in a thort time en tire'ly remove tiie most crel disorder to which children are liable. The elixir is so perfrctly a - greeable, and the dow o mam mai no uimtuiij arises in taxing iu tmC9 111 . ... 1 Be particular to ask for Hamilton t wixir, im - i.i;nn. nrliirh are offered to the putilic, nut none are genuine without the tignature of H at LEE'S meoicai warennuse, no. 40 1 ( I WT .0 Maiden Lane, and by every respectable Drug in NrW Y orlC. MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF TBB CITT OV KTW - Y0B.E f7aeoUejffuiruimor rurnce ataimt firt tn (Aii rut,; .y. .. . - INSURE against 1 or Uamage by rire,i Dwelling House, Ware Houses, BuiMings 10 general, Merchandize, Ships in port , and their Careoe. Household Furniture, and every de - tcnpUon of personal property, on terntt as lavo - rahl a similar institutions in thiscilv. This Company is incorporated aolely for the nnmnae of insnnne - asrainst kwsei bv fire, and ha . at ine on as ile, A I I circumecnrjea it operations cnieuy wuuia i"",ud by Mr. Pbilippt. ritv and immediate nrovimitr In addition to the Capital Stock. 300,000, which it secured by bond snd mortgage on real estate and public stocks, this Company possesses a handsome surplus fund, invested in like manner ; parties assured may therefore reprise the fullest confidence in the aoliditv of its capital, and that any 1 ruses or damage will be settled with promptitude and liberality. Th different rat t of Drrmium aad conditions of Insurance are wnifona with thote BfthB other Fire Insurance Ofhcet in this city. The public are referred for particulars to tiie printed proposal! ia circulation, and which may bj bad on application at sn 01 t bii rrrri. GABRIEL FURMAX, President, JOHN PINTARD, Secretary. may W POST COACH 'AHD STEAM - BOAT USE, FOR PUlLADKLrUIA. 'X WAX Or KLRABBTRTeWH rOIBT. . (Tbroagh is On Day.) ANEW Line of Pott Coacket with every convenience for paiseocrrt and baggage, on Spring, atari from the Coacb office, No. 1 Courtland - ttreet, near Broadway, New - 1 or a ever morninc. fSundavt excepted) at S o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalanta. via Elizahethtown Brunswick. Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia th tame afternoon, at 4 o'clock. , ...... A second Line of new Pott Coachet willtlart from New - York every morning, (? undayt ex cented. at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalan ta, lodge at Tr? nton, and arrive at Philadelphia, in a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollar. P. S. Pawengere are requested to call and take their Seat at trie omc ho. Conrtland - st. N. Y. United State Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington CMy. with every convenience for patteueeri and baggage, on ipiinet. The U. S. mail coach will itart from the coacb office, No. 1 Courtlodt - tt. New - fork, every day at z o'clock, r. 11. and arnve at rnu adelpbia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 pa seiieer admitted. tor teats in the above named Line, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at tbe old estaiilished Coach, and Steam Boat office, No. 1 Court - landt - ttieet. Bear the corner of Broadway, New York t or to A. T.GOODRICH & CO. No. 134 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, and at No. 53 Whitehall - street, New - York. ffj - AII good and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOStrii Li U.K. bints s lu N. B Lxprettei tent to any part of the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je Z4 SWIFT SURE MAIL COACHES, POR PHILADELPHIA. fr7 - Leave New - York i eveiy morning (Sunday' ex fceided) at 8 o'clock, and ar trive in PhiladelDhia next day lo dinner. The puhlick house are good, and reasonable in their charge. The drive rs, horse and coaches are not inferior to any other now running be - ... .k . - in . u t: t - .i n . . . - iwwii uietc '.wo ciiiei. ius oeaumui luuuii jr, and the excellence of the roadtontbitrout, connected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expencet. are beleived to be ttrong inducementi to traveller! in a - ivinr thi ine a decided preler ence. 1 he ttnetest attention will be observed bv tbe proprietor in eivinc general tatisfaction All haesaee and nackaee will eo at the rik of trie owner unlet insured and receipted tur oy toe clem oi said office. Stage fare only 5. with a generoux allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reatooaoie term exclusively to themselves, by applying one day previous to starting. r or seats armiv at Northern liotei, ixo. u Courtlandt - street, New - York. np 2 Proprietort. UNION LINE FOR PHILADELPHIA Twenty - five mile land carriage, via New Brunswick and Trenton. In new post coachet $j J)o good tlaget 4 50 Do lorecastle or deck passengers, 3 50 Connected by the steam boats olivk brawch and PHLapEi.PHia. 'The steam boat Olive Branch will leave New York every day, Sun day's excepted, front the north side of the Battery, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. Passengers will lodge Trenton, and take tbe steam boat Philadel - !hia, so as to arrive in Philadelphia at lOo'clock next rooming, in nme io iaae u uuiuu um Baltimore steam boatt. , TKi. kn. hi a nuMlIra with th belt boats the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk also those of the North River ua sotw i n their evcrl arrival re calculated to cause Ut if any delay. . A , Thiti a peedy nd cenaimy nient route, a t PawnBe7";Vi , ;!i. York after the bankt open, and arrive n I hila - delphia before tbe hourt of h us, nets. wiOiout fatigue in travelling or want of .leep, the land car - nage being mucii - j j tween the two citiet. rr aeatl in I lie aoove nire ayyj lorteauin WILLIAM B.1AQUES. I the, Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketnel" ttreev, norm nor wi mt uncij, w tween Greenwich and Washington ztreeti, or in i oe var i Ails on oonrii. frT - All goodt and baggage at tbe ritk of the JSTr. ap 4 owner. NO I ICE. For the further accommo dation of the public, tbe de narture of tbe firefly from New - York and Newburgh ill h in luture on the following day : leaver New York on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newburgh on utav. Fiidav and Sunday at 8 A. M S v J . T . . . The above arrangement will commence by the Firefly leaving Newburgh on Sunday, the 24tb May. . The We.tern Stage leave Newburgh imme diately after the arrival of the ireuy. my Ti KASTOBJ A9D BETHLKB Est HEW LIRE, VIA srEW - BRITNtWICK. fr7 - Patsengert will leave ew - iorK every nionoay in, - Ivnd Friday, at 11 o'clock, 0(lkC bnm.h . loi at New Bruntwick j leave t. 1.1. ID UIC UUOl there early next morning, and arrive at Eatton at 4 o'clock in trie afternoon, neiuroing, leave Easton every Monday and rriday, at a o'clock, A. M , lodee at New uruaiwicK ; arnve at new York at 10 o'clock next morning, in the tteam boat Olive Branch. The ttage connected with thit line it a good four - horse stage. ratsage irom N. HrunswicK 10 Eatton, u w in the above hne.apply to WM. B. JAQUES, at tbe rmiadelphia Union Lin steam - Boat Office, north tide of the battery. KOoEtvi LEieo.rropnetor. Je 13 tf fOH PHI LA DtZLfHIA, Via ELIZABETH - TOWN POHfT. POaT - COACH LINK Through in a day and by day - light. LEAVES New - York in U.e steam - boat Atalanta, from the foot of Whitehall - street, near the Battery, at S o'clock, A. M. Enqoir at No. 1 Courtlandt - street and No. 53 White. . . .. . . L . I naii - ttreet, at wnicn places su may lie uuini. ja80 U JYEIV JUL'SIC VST published and for sal at WILLI AM DU BOIS' piano fort and music store, No. Broadway, Thine am I m v faithful fair : the roldier't bri Je ; I ami irnm rhilillxmil's ilsn tn mwn ol rnulh as Ah can I e'er forget thee love The celebrated echo long The inspiration, sacred melody The Saxon air, with variations, by Cramer HaydoS celebrated coozonet, My mother bids me bind my hair, as a londo Twenty four aonatai, for young performer, by N. B. Challoner The Sate Cobourg waits, with variation Tb Sophia Walt The itorm rondo, by Stftibelt . Jel2 fT"t TO LET vUs The three ttnry brick houte No. 51 tA alker street. Esquueat i 14 tw No. 67 Pin street. BtBaBttataJBMtBaantaT TUK S0VXD STLJIM BOAT - L1AK. 3 Tbe proprietor, wih view of accomniodatinx the public, byextendirigthlin to Norwich, intend making the expenuient with the Fulton, Csrtit. Law, and this route (if found practicable) will be continued daring tbe lesion. The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, at follow : The Connecticut, Capt Bunker, will leave New - xork every JVorufni, W:dntda)t and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in lite morning, lor New - Haven. The Jt ulton, Capt Law, will leave JYorvich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same day t, touch at ftu - London and depart from thence for New - Harm at 8 o'clock. Tbe boat will meet at A'ew Haren, and depart irom thence every Monday, It eintt - Wand Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening Ihe Connecticut for AVte - York, and the Fulton for rttvc - iAmaan and ronrtrA. nmi7 NjcttBiHoH and ctsi)tiuvaHtiL - tuux TRRXB TIMKI A WKF.K. I EAVES Newbureb eve 1J ry Sunday, Tuesday siiana inursaay mornings, ni tliree o'clock, runt throueh Montgomery. Bloominshurzh. Monticello. bv W hite Lake, Coihecton, Mount Pleasant, Great tsend, cnenango roint, Owega, Ithica, and Ge neva, incaoannaigua. Rcturuinir leaves Canandaieua every Mon. day, Wednesday and Friday morning at three o ciock, and arrive at Newburgli, the third day in time to take the Steam - boat which arrive in New - York the following moniinp. (TT" may be txptcled that at all tuntt rhtn tht tU am - boat alter their dayt of running, that thi (ine tritf alter to at to meet then. The whole route will be Derfomed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and from the brat of November until the fifteenth of December, and firm the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four days and from the 15th December, until the fifteenth of March the aame line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaieua in four day. Passenger travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three dayt a distance of three hundred miles. The line is w ell furnished with good, new carriages j good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every stten tion will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodations on thit line are equal to any line in the state. OW FAKE Irom New burgh to cansnuaigiia FOURTEEN DOLLARS N. B. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owego Tioga 1'ointj thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, BloomingburgrO E. C. St. John, Mount Pieataut. I L. & R. Manning, Cueuango, iProprie. i.utlicr uere, nnica, I tort. Samuel fireenlifl, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laniiug, mh 14 d6m EASTON MAIL STAGE, THROUGH lit I Dai. THREE TIMKS A WEEK. fr The proprietor ack - nowkdge with gratitude the ncour.igement they have iieretofoie received io this Hue, au , are tberelore induced to espedile the travelling on thJi route ; and in order to accomplish it, have provided theuislves with four changes of horses, which are placed at e - qualdistauces oo the route. It will leave White's Hotel, Easton, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, at 4 o'clock in tbe morning, arrive at Elizabeth Town Point in time to take the steam boat Atalanta, at 5 o'clock. Leave New York at 5 o'clock, every T uetday, Thursday and Saturday, and arrive at Easton early in the evening ; fare through five dollar, ar.d a generous allowance of basgage, gratis. As Ibis stare paste near the celebrated sprints oo ttobooUyi jtoantain, tMfira kakiaar thi line will te carried In the tpringt without any extra charge. sirs f,uniT.,iia ,'icu6c uint BVMllllg snail Oe wanting oo their part to make this a pleasant roate. The driver are careful aad accommodating. For teat, apply to Jamet Patten, Court - land street, or on bourd the Atalanta, and White's Hotel, Eatioo. I. 2. J. DRAKE. Chester, June SO Je 20 I ra NO TlCE. CO" Steam Boat Olive Branch will tail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round Slatea Island, and occasion ally, 11 Uie wind and tide will permit, to the nook, lint beautiful (ail will contribute both to health and pleature, and it a cheap a recreation ti cau be found. Partie who mean to partak of thi amusement will, if convenient, give in their namet the day preceding, at the othceiu Markctfield itreet, north tide of the Bat - lerT: uinner on board, at the utual prices. Passage 81 children hlf price. my 13tf 'JHt 6TKAM - BO.iT ATA i.AATA, lUll ELIZABETH! OWN rOINT, EAVES N, York each day, Sundays except - 3 fceH - from th foot of White - bull sirvel near the Battery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A.M. and 3 o'clock P. M. 5 leaves Eliza - betbtown Point at 8 o'clock A. M. aud half past 12 o'clock and half past 4 o'clock P. M. JS0 tf JWHTU RIVKK ST HAM - BOA IS. f7 - Onthe lllfiof May, commenced running four time a week. A Boat leaves New - York on Tues day, atlso'tlock, A. M ; Wednesday, nt5 P.M; r rid ay, at V A. ni. and Saturday, at 5 P. M. ol each week ; and a boat leave Albany on Moo day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M. Tbe Fire - Fly leavet New - York on Tuetday, Thunday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New burgh, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and r riuay,ai gs.iti. je 20 FVH SALE, A farm of between sixty and seventv acres, situate on tbe west bank ot Lake Otsegis and one mile from tbe village of Cooperitown. On it are a new ttune bouse 64 feet iquare ; a ne w farm bouse, bam, tic. It forma a desirable es tabliihuient for a gentleman wuhiog tq retire into the country, as its situation, at to Drdsnect. convenience to market, &c. it not surpassed bv any iniue luicnur 01 ine siaie. 11 win oe oio low for cash, on a credit, or exchanged for pro perty in tiasciiy, goods, tic. Apply to 11. u at n. sluuvviVK, my 7 tf Law Buildings PATENT BUG DESTROYING LIQUID. A CERTAIN and never failing poison for bed XJL ougs. 11 will exterminate tliem at using without itaining the furniture, or being accom ranied with that disasrceable tmell usually at tending the appltcatii - n of other poisons. For sale in bottles at 4s. each, at P. DICKIE'S Medicine Store, 385 Broadway N. B. A large assortment of genuine Drugi and warranted patent Medicines, for tale at a. hove. - Je is Im I OHN HEW 1 1 T still resides at No. 5:42 V a O ter street, where be has a very handsome and fashionable assortment of Cabinet Furniture on band, wbkb Le will warrant to be of the first qiinlity. He tolicitt hit New York and toutlit rn friends to give hun a call, at he flatten himself they will not be disappoiuted. Order executed at the shortest notice. Je ti tf ij !! A pier sant back room, at no. 6 Wa'J street, suitable for a lawyer's office. Possession immediately.. Apply in the front ofXce. J4 TtWO or three tingle gentlemen can be hand A otnely acommodated with board at No 39 Broadway. Je?6 Im A tflsarxiAg Bablie kkow kw ta difiia iirtk . DOCTOR HORNE.formtH; oftb city of LondotTaa lumber fth. faculty cphy". and turrerv there. rW. n tr to rep at tamt ooaervattons i rfth, !Ddicnniiiiate, and ano fied ase tnercof, has been pridi tiye of infinite aruscbief. Thi sand am aani ence ' heM2M w ew owe lojfc remtlu chiedv to thiasonrr. m tvi.rr ". tal that a young man, tbe hope of bh comA the darling of hi parent, should saard&dT way from ail tbe protpecU and enjcrSrfkt by theconsequentetofone iri70 and by a disease not in its ow7naturt fetal US which only proves to from neelect er iLr lreatmeBf:V A mthmaiihtl rl 'IW Uent) now pjerfectly hearty and Wdl hai iJV BBderphyiiciaki of general practice.' si. .ff? 5 imet bis rom is were carious, and his ffcah dmnni.. r00! bis friends declared be roald LY two months longer. TbovisandsVxp - ruVe know with what ease and safety fl?Ul cates the severest cases, and con firms tw".. tution. Tb Doctor's plan f adver;.7:vC?ltt, two month, longer. Tbovisandsexrr " n I 11 Li:. . . ..'fiV U h. mercury, and other fatal deluaioos, held fclV " , Persons, tlioretor. t..ln. ".""th vate disorder, or suspecting latent rjoisoa. P ' adnioniahed not to tamper witb thelrcoasi - ?'' tion, or conceal the disorder, till patt reT ? ry I others having the remains of an olde. or other impurities of tbe blood, a weU as er complaint of a delicate nature, to ijvjl sex. should remember potterity, and j"1! to their conscience, by makiot: armiil:. - 1 uiiiuicpi, i.u. v - s wi au., itreet, lOurnoiuM . of Old - tUp, to obtain that prompt atW"' lone calculated to brevent cScJ.uT - let me claim your serious ttenUoir - Remhl! a superficial cur. it no cure at all ; rnleu. inetsi radically done, you will certajnl. . tae uisoraer oreaa out again with redoubled ia lignity, at .ome future ,vrr,od ; J. be too late for reaif dv ..'""cnnieetu. uie fvecu niteraDie, rttfl A hit tif fMaafa All I " - - " IB1.BT X 1 BiarA sst.b : I beseech you. mmg, Dr. H't. character for sk 111 sanrt A..L.L v . arily being universally known in thi. city .Tnc. 1804. guarantee tonatient. h. VSl? M crecy liithertn unkown7and TarinTconW R practice forveart past, exclusively to tiiucnreri diseases of the blood svstam ih.. i ,.r..i culate on the most decided adiaafV, VJr". suiting Dr. H. Gleets eradicated ia twa r tkr - ..v. Stncturei removed without bougies or anyofk er instrument t and all debilities 1 likewi iu old ulcerations, fistula's &c. f A plurality of olbcei are prorided, and tail. a ted that patients are not emoted tnw observation. Open till half past 9 in the evejns. All peisoni concerned are invited to be hem calling, and tneaking with Dr. H. which inrta of coat. And here the Doctor cannot aval ti xpretiion of gratitude for innumerable team - cnendatiOB, and for the decided preference it 1 presumed with just cause) long given Ida ,v a ludicinus public. f n.ts. aii letter mutt b pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Angt7 Itr AUTHKK WALKjLhi' ADA IMJ. Tin jr. 1 DR. F.VANS tinrri i method of curingicei tainf Disease, iinowottei. ally arkoowldecd a th i city ; bit mode ortreanuM is perfectly mild, tare . iwnuiou. and hi cbg. t reasonable. In every u stance he warrants a turs, and will return the pajifs does not perform tgrvsxb to contract. 1 . lire luiLim 1 n oosei ve. There ar many person in thit citv and iulf. cinity, laboring under varioat chronic disc, inch at cancer, old inveterate ulcers, scroM or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the arbr. Vtmttff m4 ksstaM. Vd.iJUiiiei saswtirataii of a certain nafure, UImms ss other otittrtx. tiont, rbeumatissa, Ac. whk h IbryVonsider iacM - rable, they can certainly be cured (ingenerts '" by applying at ur. & v it .s o s medical btore, N, ; 0. reck - tiip, having practised ia ctMun hospitals in Europe 12 year, under some of fi first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, ta made those obttioat diseatet bis constant atuty for 30 year. . Oct 1 rtT The tubscriber bavins recent v rt turned from England with an important improvementoi ura . iHi.i.i 'fiiug ucu, 110 vaaea uu mcujw of informing bit friends and the public, that aB those who are to unfortunate a to b In want af l. - g, or arm, they can be accommodated bv ap plying at No. 77 Barclay - ttreet, New - York. Janzz WM. PURVIF. AFRUMENTO, No. 1 WnU street, gentle - . men's dretsiiig room, has for sale a few Ra zors of Damask Steel, made by the celebrated Mareuin. of Paris. He hat alto received an a ortment of the bett English Razor, which b warrant good. If proved to the contrary, mo ney refunded. Mr. FRUMENTO returnt hit sincere thaaks to his customers, and the public in general, let their very liberal patronage, and tolicit a continuance of their lavour. , I lie ha likewise procured a very fine bone, ant engaget to restore raxort to a very keen eric aao tnouia utcy oui cut weu na wiu ixccitv recompence. Gentlemen who tubtcribe bv the ouatiet, wil have their appatatut kept exclusively for tbssa seive. AcobitaW tapprofb diet Beaver Hafc fresh from tbe mr nufactoiv. iw ble lor the soul - 6 era matkgt, cacked shortest aeCe, t V. J. WlfON", - IWBroadwj - may 27 ' - TO MASONS. - . . , PROPOSALS will be received V..lir,olnn .trf. for hiiildirut B bontB greeably with apian there left, for a the corner of the Bowling Green and saw - street. n - LLEVA.VT PIAMU FORTEH. OS. .VILON, 14 Maiden - Lane, baij"2 s.. ik. vn... i.r., Biiortnieiiv o J , . ... n... Flas" leU, &c. manufactured expressly for Inns by s - iw meuti & Co. London. A Iso, Piano F o rt Sinnr in tett, new music, and every article into steal line ; invtruments takea in exebarare, w umeit iirovicltd. myJ9tf NEW - HOKK: PRUiTZD ANU PUBLISHED MICHAEL BVRXHAM A Cth No. 49 WiutiM - tTMit - orroaiTB tw Bah2 COTVEE - HOBSfc.