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. . J - L M - dL - LL - A .L;X - U. ,y - i tSUMBEH 5025 ' THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1818. NO. 19, WILLIAM - STREET; ; for Sale, Freight or Charter, The ship THOMAS NELSON, just i arrived fiom New - Jrlean she m a f?i. .smntr vesseL well found, burthen 'LtJOU tun. be sel1t 10 e t,iain8 ,L;e.ue now lies at Brooklyn, where she . he examined, ror terms, apply to B. W ROGERS & CO. . jg . 235 Pearl street. JkfftlL TOBACCO.'wTNE, Ac. - ahhds. s hbiii superior old Kentucky Tobacco 7l do old Richmond do it da new do do I or. cka L. P. Madeira Wine i Hiid. Madeira of uncowuion high flavor, hat been 3 years in Jamaica i ur. cask extraSherry Wine, 6 years old 5 bbli. Fredericksburg Flour. Freight for Rio de Janeiro and Per - rfK uowouro. Vessels bound to cither of the above iiiTaW ave few goods on freight, from ROUT. GILLE6FIE, i.K .112 Front - d. "1'1'AS. MI,KS and i.ROCLKlES. 7 'ARK (L4TK LAPI8 AVCTIOV BOOH.) niHK subscriber has constantly on baud a gen - I ral assortment of the following articles, rijch will he disposed of at a moderate advance. , Teas ol first quality . Sugar do do ' teuuieeold Cognac Brandy - ' Hollands Gin Jamaica and other Spirits . Wines ol the various kinds Pine Apple Shrub ' Lemon, Lime and Orange Juice ' Sallad Od in bellies and bottle t. Brown Stout. Buttled Ala and Cider . Double Gloucester Holland ami American Cheese Cordial Spices, Essences Sperm and Tallow Candle Do. Od lor Lamps Coffee, Hice, Barley and Mustard ' Ale tioxes Sicily Lemons, in fine order Reiiiai, Aliuouds, i'ruoei, Fig Basket bait, tic. Fofialeby JAMES P. ANDOE. Wanted to purchase, a quantity of teroud hand ILioe pd iKirter bottles. J 1 'wi i WHITE LEAD, Sic. tic. 0 yj J kegs London White Lead in oil jO barrels do Dry White Lead tons Ked Lead 30 barrels Bristol Red Ochre S do Venetian Ked ; 2 tons fine Litharge HJ bosgheuds Whiting W calks Paris White ; ? hhds. Verdigris id tierces r renoh Yellow Ochre $ kegsVeruiillion 4 casks Prusaiao Blue, 4001b. Crome YeUowj Patent Yellow Spanish Brown, eoelinn lUd, Yellnw, MXOIL. Klack, i Verdigris, . ) Lauipulack I Ivory Black : Furrde Euwn Spirits Turpentine ; Lint seed CHI 4U0 boxes Window Glass, assorted For sale on the lowest terms, .for .cash or .at aort credit, by ' I'tlLR 3Cllt.K.MtIlllUU..il CSUl3, ' T 1 8 - tJ Water - street. Iff M. W. WOOI.5EY & CO. So. 227 Pearl - IT , street, have jud received by the Julius Cnr, Courier, Aba Marw, and other vese)s ton Liverpool and Ixxtdoa, a very tenure uMrtneot of li.1lLDir.tHJC and CUTLERY, wbkli they offer for sale by h paoknp or lirooj Advtt M the lowest lerM, fr cm or CrtJi' ; SMit of which are partkvWly adaplod to the vinwud western markets consisting of ' Fowling piecss of different descriptions An ib. Vices, Trace chains Uammer heads Gun locks, pHtols, T.I trays C'roes - cnt, will and pit saws, of various iptili - ties Fin plate stock lock iN'ob, chest, trank and cupboard locks Haod, teoaiit aiul sash saw Files of all kinds Bread trays, Webhin?, Candlesticks Putted eastors. Padlocks, Screw Tooth brushes, Screw plutes Meelyards, Waffle and wafer iron Plated saddlery of all kinds Teakettles, Rut traps, Pocket book Buttons, Shovels, Tougv Flints Knives & forks, pea, pocket aod other knives SciMort, Rators, Portable case ChiMls, Plane irons and gouges Patent and common hoes Tether wilh a quantity of English OL steel, blistered Jliiiifljton Crowley steel, 4c !: lt3 botes window glass 66 casks white and red lead 10 caws white and colored cotton hose SO casks speller W0 boxes tobacco pipes t cases loug and short Italian gloves July II 2w K fc.VI IK - KY TOH4CCO. - - 274 htids. uriine Keiituckv Tnharrn. lanrlinrlhifttlnv fom ship Graud Stridor, from Nrw llrleans, for ""ij CliAH. L. OUUK. and J 13 ABRAHAM OGUUN. T AKKA.M 1 LI) UOLTl.NU CLOTlla. J A Krffe assortment of every description, Dutch Bolting Cloths, warranted to be of the t ouahty tver imported, and at the most re - d prices, for tale by JNO.M'CRACKAN, J H Hi 1 - 2 Pearl - street. 6WHITELKAU. TONS English While Lead, ground in oil, in U2, 5G Mid 115 lb. kegs. Tons dry do. do. for sal by TUCKER &LAUR1ES, . J"1 20 29 .Sbuth - street. J LYNCH, r. has received per Louisa Ce - . f - ctlia, a fewpiws of Madeira, from the of Cama de Labos, ud St. Antonio, on tachueiuviles the critici - m of conuoisseurs. ALSO, f fn the Havana, 30 boxes of segars un J? t "kinj's factory, which are of very superior TT d which he offers for alc at No. 40 "Hlwrn - strceL jr. receives orders for the above wine, y tl to his approl on arrival. J 1 1 tw ULA.KEENS, fcic. - 4LX pieces biue i!i n?nen" very superior quality l ,Suehews, 4 4 black fringed twilled al entitled to debenture, now landing. ,;! V. REMSEN & CO. 2t South - ttreet. I dozen very superiour Claret, v fur sale at J 1 a ihe d.ilen, by ;., . CEORGE JOHNSTON, j - ooil Ka x Sloat - lane Vii HALL, A Trim. Mn trk tLl ...i twimrph, contAiniiue lii ncrt - t, 3J at I &f tr - ,.lu - l .a 7. i - ; i j i. I LT. Woodland, tl.s rut it diiiJfd lirnn.l r"J'o due projiortKin of meadow, arable tttin buildings are partly new t atY,co,venicnlioramaUfaoiiIf : ilssitu - in beauty by lew on the river ; la, - j, irom u.e vicinity OJ a uounsn - jo ". tc . punuc worship, swiety and With k I,' i'h the, facility of co'nrouhu ation fori,7,lror't''!erila d. sir a hie residence e m ,uw Jol,ar, ol lh punoasc f lU rni r'M'ioon tnortgsge i U.e payment 4pIi . b IDIll - ' ca,y Prcliaier. OW I. VERPLAXCK. Tiy - PLATFS, TRACK - CHAINS, te. 200 boxes tin plate ' 28 casks Trace Bras Wire No. 9 60 cask Roman Anient, now landing, and for sale by ANDE K.SON 6z SHCAREH, 131 Water - street. Who hart in $ tore, Patent and common Carolina and Virginia Hon Sheet Bras of all sixes Brass and copper Wire London made pocket Book and Wallet Ladies work boxes tic. my 25 HA KU WARE, CUTLERY Ace 2 cask Scotch spring Locks ' 6 casks plate Locks, ldo Steelyard 1 do chest handles. ic. 1 do screw plates, scale beams, Ac. 1 do brass cocks Sic. 1 do bell metal kettles and skillet 2 do tin'd pots and sauce pan t do fine padlocks 4 do Banbury locks, hinges, &c. 2 do hammers, pincers, locks, Stc. 2 do HL hinges, tic. 4 do anvils ' 1 do hammers and sledges 2 do black li bright vices, 2 do files 4 do pocket, pen and double blade knives 4 do blium buck and bone table knives 3 do button 100 do cut nails and brads, from 3d. to 20d. Also, a large and general assortment of good? open on the shelves, for sale at the most reduced price?, by ADAMS tl BLACK WELL, may 7 zio rean - si. PORTER. 15 casks Bristol Porter, lor sale by LE ROY, BAYARD Si CO. Jy 13 C1HEM1CAL3, COLORS, Ac J Epsiini Suits, in caiks of 2cwt. Lump Magnesh, iu cases Do do small squares Calcined do iu phials Rorhelle Salts, Acid Tartar Citrie Acid, UIiih Venliterin firkin - Patent yellow, Kings Yellow illcgulusof Antimony , GUMS, BUTTON'S, &c. - r Fowling Pieces, assorted, well finished Do - do in wainsroat cases, tiiiely tmished with apparatus complete Duelling pistols, incases Gold Epaulettes Naval and Military Sword Belts Gilt Coat and Vest liuilnns Copperplates f - r engravers Mntliematiral Instrument Rolling Paralel Ruler Mariners compasses, telescopes Opera glasses, microscopes 3 sett splendid chessmen carved in ivory Tortoise and turtle shell tea caddies Patent corkscrews, silver pencil cases. Foraleby J. LAMBERT, je 18 J Lourtlandi - street. FOR SALE, A LOT of ground on Broadway, between Walker tfrcet tin.) Canal - street, 26 feet 10 tuches wide and 175 feet long. Inquire of P. A. JAY, Jy 1 tf fl. 37 l'ine - treet. PV.LEUYARK t CO. 104 Pearl - street, . otftr for sale, iu ud'lilioh to their former ex tensive ass lrtrneut of Hardware, the followine article, rer'd by the Martha, from Liverpool Trace Chains Spade and Shovel iirass KettlfS do Candlestick do Cock da Nails Si H,ioget Gilt 'Cent Buu.jiks, Clout .uils ' 6 and 8 barr'd Curry Crolis 6 barr'd Mane do Iron Wirr,. o.4 tolO Steelyard ... Fine Gsm - Tiunk Lor.k Drawing Knives Bineley Patent currier's knives warranted equal to Cox's genuine. some of sot), uunlity. suitahie for merchant tuylors Jaoanned Candleticks Flemish Tacks J 3 tl 1k DM UOODS, Sic. J Boxes muslins 10 do. 4 - 4 k 7 - 8 Irish linens 1 do. pink ginghams 1 do. shawls 4 do. brown platillas 6 do Scotch osnabure 7 bales imitation sheetings 4 do. brown linen 2 do. linen bed tick 1 do. 5 - 4 cotton check 1 do. carpeting. ALSO, Suil - clo'.h, Cotton bagging Twilled sacking Seine twine For sale by GEORGE JOHNSTOV, Julvf s No. 1 Sloat - lane. A)L. AFLOAT. 1 HO Cnlllron Liverpool New - Pit Coal, 1 U VTof superior quality, now landing from on board the hip Ganges at the east side of Peck - slip. 60 chaldron Scotch Coal, of prime quality, di icharging from on board the ship Union, at pier No. 9, E. R. 50 chaldron Liverpool New - Pit Conl, equal to the above, discharging from on board the ship OtheJIo, at the foot of Rector street, N. R. Application to be made on board, or at the subscriber's coal yard, No. 274 Front street, who has on hand a lare supply ol Liverpool, scoicn and Virginia Coal, suitable for lamilies and blacksmiths, which he will dispose of on accommodating terms. For sale by j A. r rc ADr.rc. LLYLAS, VU.yb.Ts, tie. AVWUY handsome assortment of Selrssia Liueus, coniUtini of Platillas, Royal es, Brctagncs, Estoj illas, Dcwias, Creas Cho - letts 2 cases silk vclvpts 5000 muskets 2 boxes fowling pieces 2 casks Sleuerark scythes, double sword 150 kegs Dut h herrings 4 boxes avortej glassware Theabeve articles ectilled to debenture. 3 ctrootis indigo, 1 box toys and a few pieces Dutch cloth Fur nle by C. ZIMMERMAN, Julvll lm 77 Washme'oo - st. PRIME KF.STICKY TOBACCO. KQ hhds will be landed on Monday from the JJ ship Grand Seignor, and brig Joho, froci New - Orleans for sale by ROUT. GILLESPIE, 112 Front - st. In store, S3 hhds old Kentucky tobacco, and 25 do Vit - 'tuia do. Jy 1 1 GERMAN GOODS. RECEIVED by the ship Triton and the ship Elbe, from Hamburg, and other late importations, an assortment of German Linens, such as Platillas, white and brown L'rutagi - , Cseas, Djowlas, Brown Checks and Shirting Linens llrmjiett Ottahurgs and Ticklenbuigs, . Hessians, Burlaps, Brown Rolls. !l&g. Tapei, Supeifme Broad Cloths Napkin, Silk Galloons and Pound Ribhoii Colli e Mills Slat Pencils Lookiig Glass Plates Pocket and Statia Glasse Lead Pencils . Aud an assortment of Curd wire. Also on hand, A few tons St ryUTihurg Hemp f irst quality Holland Sail Cloth, and Sixty boxes Pategrass Clieese, entitled to debenture. ". For sale on reasonable terms, by GEO. Si THEO. MEYER, J lSlm 129 Washinstoo street. it IN, Ac 30 rie Holland Gin, landing at oievenj' - wiiari, irom the bngBcweU, irom Antwerp. . . , ' In Store, 197 pipe very superior Sd proof Holland Gin, ' in lots to suit purchasers 200 piece Holland buck, first quality 2U0 bales New - Orleans Cotton 2 cases French Cambrics 45 keg Harris crooked brand Tobacco , 25 do do straight do . do - 12 do Kentucky do Dearborn' Balance. fom 300 to 2000 lbs. for sale by JN. Si D. TALCOTT, Jyla C4 Bontti - stri. lciT embroided Musliu Dresses, just received, and for sale by MARCH & LOW, J4 210 Broadway. 7t H.i ITEMS, MlLLLYEitS, ULAZle.RH J 4c. UST received by the Radiu, from LouJihi, and lor sale by GEO. CHANCE, No. C Church st. I dour from Fulton - st. One case of black willow squares lor bats or bonnets, a new article, an J being light, calculated for the present season One rate glazier's diamonds, well assorted Four hundred and fifty boxes of Loudon crown glass, assorted, of each size from 6 by 8" to 14 by 22. Jy 10 2w ENGLISH Si FRENCH GOODS. PETER RKfJSEN Si CO. 26 South - street, have for sale, English and French Goods, ol the following description Ass'd Chintz and Lace Ground Furniture Do. Bombazets, 6 - 4 and 9 - 8 Cambric Furniture Print Damask Table Cloths, Huckaback Towel Malabar and Madras lldkfs Biue aud red Pocket do. 4 - 4 Shirtings Hair cord Dimity, plain Tarlela Ribbons Men's black and white Silk Glove Green and chiingehle Levantine Parasols, common and figured. border Fringed Salin Ribbon Garniture Taffeta do Oiled Hat Covers, and Taney Snuff Hoxe ' ' Jy 15 PITT SAWS, A small invoke oi Cast Slc - el Pitt Saws, just received and for snte by ANDERSON Si SHEARER, Je55 131 Water - street. UUlGIfAL J1IjYT1AGH TY Dominichino, Murillo, Snyder, Salvator M - M Rosa, Guaspar Pous?m, ic. Also two elegant bronzes ; a marble figure, size of life,' of a sleeping Cn pid. For sale or exchange by THOMAS GIMBREDE, Jy 18 2w 31(5 Broadway. RUM Si SUGAR. 170 puueheous tl. Croix hum. 43 hhds Sugar of superior quality and 4 do Syrup, ti"w landing from brig Leopard, at Pier No. 13, for sale tv G. Si If. LT.WIS, J 11 ?w Ii7 Soiit, treet. Wllt l'K LEAD, Hl.liU V I I hlOL, AL l.U M, ic Hftt ived iM - r Chauncev and Colum'.iia, from Bristol. (Kng.) arid (or sale by the subsr rilior, on advantageon terms, vii. Zitt) kegs genuine ground white Lend in sum. kegs 20 casks best dry W bile. Lead in casks 5 to 6, cwt. each 30 do Rtd Lead in casks from 1 to 3 cwt. each 11 do Spanish Brown from 3 to 4 cwt. each 30 do Ivory Black from 2 to 3 cwt each ; 12 do Kontan Vitriol Irom 6 to 8 cwt each ' 26 do Venetian Red frm 2 to 3wt euca - 12 ttetee AUusnfrocn 7 to 10 cwteacrJJ 10 hhds. 5 tierces nnd 8 bbls Rotton Mtajw French Green, Lamp Black, Purple Brown Culcothar ViUiol, Bath Scouring Bricks . Apply to A. CHURCH, J 15 181 Bowery. c OTTO.V Si SOLE I.KATIIER. 230 bales Upland Cotton, in lots to suit purchasers 90 sides light sole leather, lor sale by SAUL ALLEY, J 17 98 Pine - street. LOK SALE for one hundred Dollars, a (lark V gray PON Y, four y ars old, last, sound and kind in harness. Inquire of CHARLES H. BELLOWS, J 15 tf 24 Leonard street. TO POCKET BOOK MAKERS. TWO men who understand their business, may have constant employ in the above Business, by applving at 18 Wall - street. July 15 BUGS EFFECTUALLY DESTROYED, TV B. TIFFIN, from London, No. 380, .33 Bowery, whether in rooms, bedsteads, or other furniture, without damage or smell. B. T. lecls confident tn assuring those who may employ him, that he can have the first re commendation from many ladies and gentlemen in New - York, proprietors cl boarding houses and schools, who have experienced the euicacy ol his invention; and assures those who may favour him with tlieir commands that they may depend an their being executed with the greatest atten tion, having been upwards of forty years in con a taut practice. Orders left with Mr. WiLaoi, taylor, 26 John - st. will be punctually atteuded to. july 18 lw COOA' AMU .WRSE. 1T7AN1 EU, a woman to do the cooking. v T washing and ironing, also, a girl to take care of a child and do the chamber work of a small family. Enquire at 43 Walker - street. J 11 . LOTS TO LEASE AT THE NORTH RIVER CJll'UATE between Barclav and Murray - streets, Chamber and Kef d streets, Jay and Harrison - streets, and North Moore aud Beach streets, at a price very considerably less. than in terest oo their value, and at the expiration of the term the buddings to be fairly valued and paid fr.r. or a new lease granted. Also, to let by the year at a low rate, several lots or yards - on the water, well calculated for lumber, plaster of pans, tic. Apply to I II. RHINELAXDER, 31 Park, near the 1 heatre. Several ofthe above lots will be sold at a moderate price aud un a liberal credit. A small portion f the mouej only'will be required. - June 11 If .Vary .icHl's Jft c, .ttr - ivrk. LOCUST TIMBER WASTED. TlANTED, a quantity of bvust timber and 7 7 tree - nails. Apply to the Nary Ajent, at 81 Washington - street. Qj The publishers ofthe New - Brunswick Times, Newark Centinel, Long - Island Mar, New - Haven Journal, and New - Londou Gazette, will please publish this advertisement one month, and tend their bills lo the Aary Agcul'S um.ee Jy 18 lm To SMfa'jem mJ a'Mr (Ssntlemen. rnu UK SOLD a power X fal Bay Horse, b years 11, lo bands lugli,perieci - ly sound, unquestionably the finest Horse in the citv for a tingle Horse carriage or any description, loa . Ucntletstoji wanting to go a toon loorney wita ona S4iei), uus noise would be invaluable, being a first rate mover .1. - 11 and equal lo toy weignt. To he seen nt the Repository, Wld'ner - street, owarBronilwaT. ' Jv2t)1w L0 t I ON. For sale a tew bules d Cotton, suitable fir manufacturing - t:iq':ire at 14iJ Pearl - ctieet, up tain. - J 14 SECOND WARD. NOTICE is hei ebv given, that the assessors of the second ward have completed their as sessment. and that a con therpnf ia left with Abraham Valentine, No. 161 Front street, where the same may be cen and examined bv any ol the inhabitants, during ten day from this (fate, and that the assessor will meet at said ntare on the 27lh July instant, to review their said assessments, on the application of any person conceiv ing uiuiseii igirnevea. abyi. VALKMHNE, ? Assessors or the WM. W. FOX, 2d ward. J 17 lOt FIFTH WARD. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that the . assessors ol the tilth ward lave romnleUd their assessoseuls, and that a copy thereof is left with me ofthe atesSor. at Liiurlv lla'l. corner of Church tend Leonard ttrcts, wbeie the same nay neseeuid examined, by any ol the inhabit - aiituduriug fn days, from the 13th of July to (lie 24th, and that the assessors wll meet on the 25th, at tie hove pi are, to review their aid assessments, bn the epulcation of anv person con - ceivinc himself aggrieved. GEOBGE SUT TON, ) Assessors of the RICHARD KIDNEY hi'ih ward. JU MAliOOAA Sor'Ai, CHAIR AND CAB1 - f - 'ET FURNITURE, Mo. 4it REEKMAjY - STREET. rpilE subscriber begs leave to return htsrin - j - cere tnatsKs to loose ladies end eentleruen who have bee kind enough to honor him with their commands, and to iniorm them, and the admirers ofhDiirtsoiiie. furniture in general, that he has on band 'some very eleeant sofas, chairs. card, Pembroke nnd extending patent dining tables, grand sideboard, inlaid with high polished ornamental brass - work and rosc - wooil. card ta bles to match, Crecian couches, sofas, chaise lounge, music stools, chairs, Mc. Also, a li brarv step chair, the utility of which be particu larly recommends. All lurniMiw warranted oi the iesi quality and workmanshlaud ol tue newest Luropeau lath iona. . Orders executed to nnv part of the union to any drawing on the most re&eouaoie term and punctuality lorcash. Indies or gehtlemer.Jiaving fancy woods, may nave itim uiuiaiacrureu to any article tney wish, by applying as above. W30 2i A. M. HAYWOOD. KIHIB JTIOK 0 Tilt SIX J HIS, COLUMBIAN PICTURE GALLERY. A'o. 146 fattl'm - ttrtrt, near liroadirau. THE proprietor of this valuable and extensive collection of pictures, embraces the opportunity of inlorniin; connoisseurs and amateurs of the liov arts, and the enlightened public of New - York, that the gnllei v will in future be open from 8 in Ihe morning till half past 10 at niiht. From 8 iutl e evening to half past 10. the gallery is brilliantly lighted up, and the ad - mission only 2 j cents T heso pictures have been collected, at the ex pense of 250CQ dollars, and are allowed, by the best judges, to be the finest spe iinens of the art ever exhibited iu the United States, bcin; gems, selected with peculiar care, from the va rious cabinets iu Iconic, Naples. rloreiTe, Am sterdam, PairiJ londoii, and the works ofthe most approvod painters, both nl the ancient aod modern schools, and are uudoubte - dly oiiginals. Artists, ladies or gentlemen, will lie entitled to study, or copy aity of the pictures, by becoming suLscribars. I Mies or gentlemen, who have subscribed oa. dollar, on paying another, will be cwsldtrea subscnaers for tho season. fTT AtbniUance. for the day aud evenim. SO ctsjs4 ft ; - toriestro; js talngues included.'. Je24 lm - . . PROSPECTUS FOR rum.ltiHINO BT SUBSCRIrTtOlT A MAP OF MEXICO AND LOUISIANA. 'I 'HE publiciition of this Map has been under I taken with the impression, that it will ex hi hit information, bitrhlv interesting nt this event ful crisis, and the valuable Maps which the nu - ihor uas procured, during his several tours ihrouli Mexico, in the years 1KLKS, 1K07, ltfl, 1UI3, 1815, 1816, nnd 1B17. induce him tobelcivetti.it the Map, with even all its imperfections, will he much the most perfect which has appeared before the public. I his tVInp will contain the latest and best in formation from the discoveries and possessions of the American, Spanish, Russian, British and r reach travellers and navigators and represen ting tlie. claims of their resolutive governments on the Northwe'tf m coest of America. The Map will include that portion of North America, which lies between the Isthmus of Da - rien, and the 48th degrre of North Latitude, and from the Mississippi River westwardly to the racmc. ocean. In size the Map will be abont six by five feel, and will be projected on a scale of 40 miles to the inch, to be delivered to the subscribers at fif teen dollars fach. Natrhes. March 7, 1818. ap7lAu1 MONT - ALT A For SALE or to LET, and immediate possession riven, the beautiful place called Mont - A Ha, seven mile from the City - Hall, on tho North River, adjoining Lord Courtenay's. it contains 20 acres of laud under improvement, with a large garden well stocked with vegetables n variety of fruit, with every convenience fr n family. For term, whirb are very reasonable, ond if sold a long credit given if wanted, npply to N. Si D. TALCOTT, 64 Niutli - street. Je 12 IO II SALE, 30 reams ol C'asia Paper, suila V Me for' Ban Box makers, or sugar Bakers. I he quality and size is the same as the Evening l'ot is printed on. Apply at this office. Je 18 REWERY. tor sale, a bargain, a Ur.w cry U Malt House connected, in the city of Hudson. The buildings are stone, and par ticularly vell calculated for the business. It is situated in tho midst of a barley country, and has many other advantages. It is certainly an object for those wishing to engage in this business. It is the only brewery iu the courtry. This property will be Mid cheap. Terms liberal : title good. For further particulars apply oM. MULDEV, No. 78 Maiden - lane, New - York ; or J. NIXON, Jr. near the premises. Ju.ie 13 If BOARDING SCHOOL. T' HE MIS - j BENNETT'S have opened a bnnrdiiu school for young Indies on Ihe south side of Powles Hook, in a situation very bealtliy, and aii'ioujyi convenient to the city. quite re - tire 1. The usual English branches and NeedleworU, r renrh, Music. Dancins and Draw tneyarc tancht, by themselves or by approved niBster. ror terms tic. apply to Mr. li. I GKEKNE, 24 Wall - street, or at the school. J 14 tf TO BUILDERS, Or those who may wish to erect three elegant buildings or factories. T OTS, 77 feet by CO, more or less, with the J buildings thereon, in the centre of Vetey - st. cau be purchased sepsrate or together. ALSO. An elegant LOT, with the Building thereon, II Bowery, 42 by 125, more or less, near Chatham - street the whole on accommodating terms AppIv at 33 Chatham Kow. near Beekman - st The advertiser has three small mortKae to d;paseof, one nf $3,000, one olJIOOO, one ol $1?UU, all io this city. jev HACKNEY COACHES, FOR Slct Parties, from Elizabeth Town Point, for Philadelphia, and Ihe Steam Boats at Trenton nnd Bristol, aod the .Mineral Springs at Schooley' Mountains. Notice sent tu No. 3 White - Hall street, New Tork. or HALEY k STILES, Elizabeth Town, by mail, or by the Steam - teat Ataljuta, will bt iflimcdicly attended to. J M Law regulating tfte Guaging and Intptcting of . t ul OiU. Passed March 31, 1813. LET Be it enacted by the people of the Halt of jreie - rorK, reprttenJea in senate and assembly, That the person administering the government of this state, by aud with the advice aod consent ofthe council of appointment, shall from time to time appoint one person lor the city of New. York, w!km powers shall extend to, aud include the village of Brooklyn ; one person for the city of Albany; and ono person tar the city of'Jroy, whose powers shall ex lead to, and include Lan - smgburgh and Waterford, to be guagert and inspectors of fish oil. And be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of each person appointed by virtue of this act, to provide huneelf with proper instruments tor suagiug and iutneclinz Oil. and whenever cal Ud on to guage and inspect any parcel of fuh oil, within the place for which he was appointed, it shall also be his duty to inquire diligently and seek out any parcels of khod within bis district, aim guage and inspect the same,and brand legibly on the head of each, cask he may so gnage and iuspect, lis own name and the nans of the place for which he was anoointed : also the whole number of gallons the same shall guage, and separately iroru eacn other the quantity of water, the. quantity of sediment, as Well as the quantity of pure oil he shall find therein, anil shall make, subscribe and deliver to the owner or holder of such parcel ol oil so guaged and in spected, a certificate, exhibiting in separate columns the quantity of each of theafbresaid enumerated ingredients the whole parcel shall con tain; for nil nf fuhirll O - llBtrinv ln.nvl'in( k..ml iug apd certifying aforesavl,1e shall receive from the owuer or bolder cf the oil so guaged and inspected, twenty ci i for each cask, be the same small or largo, the oue half of which shall alway thereafter be chargeable upon th purchaser ol tliesame. And be it further tnatlei, That It shall be the duty of all persons owning or holding fish oil, to put the same in a convenient position for guat, og and inspecting whenever thereto required by au authorised guager and inspector. And be it further enaetid, That any person or persons who than councrleit, alter or change auy or the brands or marks aloresaid, oo auy cask of oil so branded or marked, or whohall mix or in any manner adulterate any cask of oil so branded or marked, or who shall buy, sell or barter any oil within the districts or places ature said, except the tame thai have been guaged, inspected aud branded according to law, or who shall ship, export, or otherwise convey or cau'e to he conveyed any oil out of, or from the dit - tricts or places aforesaid, except the some 'hall have been guaged, inspected aud brUiMted ac cording to law, such person or ersons to offend ing, shall forfeit and pay the sum of twenty - live dollars for each cask, the brands or marks of which shall be so counterfeited, altered or changed, or which shall be so bought, sold or bartered, or which shall be so shipped, exported or otherwise conveyed contrary to the true intent and meaning of this act; Providtd, nevertheless, that nothing herein contaided shall be construed lo prevcut any person or persons from, buying or selling oil by measures legally sealed. Hud be itfurtlter enacted, I hat it shall be the duty of any pcr. - on or persons who shall use or otherwise empty th contents of any cask ef 6h oil, immediately to ctjace the guagers and in spector's marks or brands from the same, under th peoulty of twenty - live dollars. . . Av4 b tiWW esMsW, Tkataay forfeitures arising by virtus ef this act, may b sued for and recovered by action of debt, with costs of suit, in any court havipg cognizance ofthe same, to the sole use and behoof of any person who shall sue therefor. NOTICE is hereby given, that the subscriber has been appointed by tho honourable) the Conn ril of Appoiutmcot, Guager nnd Inspector of all hull Oils iu the City ol New - torkaud Brooklyn, and has opened his office at No. 37, Water - it. where ho will receive ordeis from 7 A. - M. to 8 M. every day, Sundays excepted. JAMES MAURICE. N. B. Dealers in Fish Oil are hereby notified, that any infringement of the above Lw will be prosecuted. July '.'li lm THE GRAMM A TICAL BAR. '"pHE importance of a correct knowledge of L Grammar, is too much acknowledged to need comment. The unsettled and desultory manner, in whi b it is taught in enmrnno schools, is highly exceptionable. To have arbitrary rules and definitions parrot like committed to memory, teamed and conned by rote without comment or elucidation, is found to be generally void of utili ty ; for so long a Ihe principle of rule are not understood, they can never be applied to actual use. Under inch impressions and influenced hy a desire to promote so useful a branch of education, the subscribers propose a remedial system, hi the undertaking, they are conscious of no other motive, than the promotion ol a branch ol Know) edge, which is an indispensihle pre - requisite in every other. The sub - cribers ariticipa'e many objections to so complete a deviation from the antiquated track, which custom lias lung since sanctioned as Uie most eligible : nut, toooviaie them, they ask a thorough and caii!.d investiga lion of its principles. Il is a dictum, th.it with out a knowledge ofthe reasons on which laws are made, no one cau know the law. A conviction of its truth loaned the most powerful inreiilivelo the invention olllie uruniuiaiirai linr, wrucn conveys to the mind through the medium of the eye t be reasons, the whys, and the wherefore, f ' be short, it employs the perceptne faculties, tin' leu roe r acatiirts a hnl.it of attention, hi judge ment is exercised, and he advances with ease and delight. The subscribers have taken a conven ient room in Fulton - erect. No. Lit), where rtul dien, young ladies and gentlemen may a quire a correct kuowledue of LVslish crnruniar in sty hours. A correct knowledge rd parsing will he given to new beginners ; il not, no py win oe required. A new cIms to begin on Wednesday. J. BROWN, J on. E. D. CROStriELD. N. B. Young gentlemen, who have been in structed in the short term of sixty hours, will be presented lor examination each day at 5 o'clock. P. Mrs. fccholars received and instructed m anv hour from 0 oVIo k A. M. t 10 o'cloc k P. M Trims of tuition Uiado known at theut"ve. men tioned room. J 20 lm OL.Vll - jlKY. TAOCTOR ZEUAH HA k LEY informs Ihe U public that hisoriVe i nt No. 91 Nassau slreet ; where he extracts teeth, titans and stls tttlh, and perfoiin esery operation m destistry - The following ctrtiScate of ski!!, he thinks suthcient rtcoiumene'ation. whom it mat coiickrii : 1 his re Mines, that Dr. jfernh Hawk - y is regular bred physician, and in good shading wiUi his brethren in Ibis plce ; that h has p.id psr - licular attention lo the art ol JJtvUstiy l as studied the Oe'l Euro en works on the subject, and has given very good satisfaction in this branch, to his customeis, who are persons of the trl re - siwctahilily in Ibi city. We therefore, with entire renfjoence rerun - mend Dr. II iwley to the citizeusof New - York .. rt l)r,,l,A l iEnras Mentis, j Professors ol New - Haven, J Nathan SmiUi, f th Med. J aa. 22. 1818. 1 Elt Ires, ( Institution, f Juua. knigfct, Jh Yasu Col J 17 lw YOUNG MAN of respectability wishes to X Jk oLtaiQ Board ia a gcateel pnva'e Unnly, from the 1st of AuiaL A siluatioa west tf Broadway, iu the vtduity ol lluJson - slrrec, woui4 prfrrd. Direct to A. B. C. at It us oa - . jji il W" fjr 1 he new FERRY BOATS from the foot' of VValuut street, New York, to the foot d Lit" tie street, Brooklyn, near the Navy Yard, will,' commence running on Sunday, the 17th irst. Persons crossing to Brooklyn from the upper; part of the city, will find the 'distance omchy, shortened by using this ferry. my 14 Np'UCE. , ftt - The Ruing Sun Sail Boat. Norpariet.: and Industry, from the Elizabeth town Point, for New - York, sailsfrt - m Marketfield - street, (where, (he Steam - boat Atalanta formerly came to,) at 10 o'clock, ol each day. Passaee 12 1 - 2 ceuts. Enquire at the Steam, - tioat Hotell, of aw i ool. a rrUhM rs. my 21 tf ' try JOHN PROCTOK. Jvpi. 106 Libertv - st. offers I ibcral anticipations on property cons iji .' 1 ed to hi friend in the Mediterranean. Pot further particulars, apply a above, or to ABRAHAM BKLL, Je6if corner of Cliff & Fulton - s'ts. LANDS. ' - Ofr STEPHEN B. MUNN. No. S56 PearN. street,' New - i ork, purchases Lands in the Illin ois 'i ernury, wiuc - h has been set apart lor Ihe. late Army. Letters froa the country giving a, description of the patent and the price asked lgt; eacn lot, - will be attended to, il Pott paid. ' ' my 13 ii . NOilCE. ft7" All Persona ha vine claims aeaiaat the a - tale of John Lilian, deceased, are desired to present them for settlement to the. subscriber, and. uiose inoenieii to said estate are requested to, make payment, to bim without delay. JAtVlLS M'ttrMOfct J 29 1m Acting Executor. A CARD. OT At the particular solicitations of the La dy subscribers, the New - York Salt Water Float iug Bath will be removed to her old station at the foot of Murray - street, this day, where it wilt continue open every day, Irom suurise in th; morning, - until 10 o'clock at night, during the bathing season. Il is hoped whc - u'ihe Ladies of this city know that this large building,' which - will accommodate two or three hundred person at a time, is exclusively devoted lo their enjoy - ' nient on Mondays and Wednesdays of each week until 2 o'clock, (hat they will give that encour - ' , ageuient which such an appropriation deserves ' On a'l oilier days they have their own apartment only.' The greatest possible attention will be' .. pid. - . - - The Bath at the Battery is open everyday from sunrise to 10 o'clock at night, for Gentle - ' men only. Je 29 Bank of Amerieat June 26, 11118. ' It?" A Dividei d of three per cent, for six - ' months. enduiL'on tbe3Uth insi.has been this da dee lured payable to Ihe Slot kliolders on the 6t.. : nf July next. By order of the Boaid of Direct - - tors. GEO. NE W B OLD. Cash'r. . ' June 26 lm ' L FORMATION WANTED. t A person by Ihe name of Margaret Chad wick, who lonnerly lived in a small town called Ormttkirk, iu England, and Came to the city of Mew York about 3D years ago, with her toiiuer.' husband, who was a shot milker ; but since that he is de - ad, and she i married again to a person' ny me name oi josepn vnauwicn, who is rjy, trda a ship rigger, if the said Margaret Chad wick is uv iug, or tier auuiren, tuny may, ny ap - plying ul this office, hear ol something pJea'JyV) ttieir niivantage. j a xve fy - JOHN C. IIAMIL IO.N, Uuuuiissioacr ' for the acknowledgement of Deeds, Ac. has removed to the office, comer of Cedar and Nassau ' streets. Law Buildimcs, Wo 1 Je 29 lat' ' . tLtitil.E FIRE COMPAft,': - n - 'i OF NEW - YORly ftjr Notice is hereby given, thtit a DiridesMk of four and a half per cent on tho Capital Stock of this enmpany, has lecn declared by the Board of Directors and will be paid to the stockholders, on or after the 15th Inst. ' J 3 lm (gj - The J'acitic Insurance Cosup - my ol New Voik, have this day declared a dividend of sit per rent, on the capital stork, for Ihe last six months, payable ai their otflce, No. 49 Wall - st '. ou the luth inst. By order ofthe Board of Director. WALTER R. JONES, Sec'ry. J6 1m MOIICK. ' ft7 The public are cautioned eeainst tnrstjiSi the crew of the British brig Recoaipence, John - Gnynes master, ss no debts contracted hy tbeui, win be paid by the captuin or consignee. , . J 3 - . - .. Ocean lusurauce Ollice, ) ' July 6, 1818. S ' fTf The Board of Directors have this day declared a dividend of three anl a half percent on their capital slock for the last six moutb,. which will be payable to tfhe stockholder oc their legal reprerntalive on th tenth Inst, at the office of the company, 45 Wall - strecU SMULL STANSuUKY, Sec. July 7 lm A'EIV.rORK LYSURAACE CO.UFAJYY1' T WIE President and Directors havethis day - declared a dividend of five per cent on. the capital stock ofthe company, for the last, six months, payable to the stockholder, or their legal representatives, on and after the. I3th inst. at theoibec, No. 34 Wall street . July 6 lm C - G. SHIPMAN, Seer! - . JBAJYlLUMXEUbTATES, May 12, 1818. ARCHITECTS of science aud xperincer aro invited te exhibit to the Board of Di rectors on, or before the Lt day of1 August next,, appropriate designs and elevation for a Banking' House lo bo erected on the scne purchased lot chat purpose, bounded on the north by Chesnut,, and on the south by Library - streets, containing one hundred and fifty oae leet in wijth east amV west, and two hundred and twenty five leet is depth, north ami south. I he ground plan will ipcutde & sreaol anouc - ten or eleven thousand square feet in a rectangular figure of equal or. unequal, sides, as may be best adapted to the interior amyigtmeqt. The building will be faced with marble, aud have a, portico ou each front, resting upon a basement or platform of such altitude as will combine convenience of ascent W.lh due proportion and ef fcrt. - ' In this edifice, the directors are desirous of et - - hibitiug a chaste imitation of Grecian architect turein itssisuplestaad least expensive form. - Five hundred dollars will be psua lor thai us) sis - o whi h shall be approve j, and two hundred. Jollars lor the pext best specimen. - , ' Bj order of - th board of directors, . , JON A. SMi l ll.Ctuiiier. may 14 2awtlA.. , . ., . V Tr r . - . f it r - orr And. immediate possessio aivett, that pleasant conatry seat, which ha been ocenmed, for several year by Mr. James Scot, situate on. the turnpike, about 6v uiitc walk from the. tillage ol Jamaica, Uong Ulaad, where there are two fa moos academies lor young ladies aiid. entkmen. The house is two stories high, ond - tnu five rooms on the ground floor, a good nam. a well oi excellent water, Ac. r I Here ts aooec. thirty five acres of excellent land, with a great vant - ty of Irett. ror furl ler particulars TIV lo Messrs. JOSEPH 1 11 COM H ti CU. no. 162 Pearl strett; ELISUA PARKS, at iweseat in said vill, near the premises, or to Mr. Je"" W. M ESSENCER, near said estate - J1S2 i4 i.:T. V' A rhasant bar roos., at po. 55 WaUj 'ef, suitable for a lawysHeftV. Pouew! ' . a eV - , Ti - street immediately, J4 1 - V it i

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