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: IS CHANCERY. . . . - . flail tfXtw York,. IX pursuance of a order of thie - honorable court, bearing dau. lite t7lh day f Junc18l), 1 wilt be sold ( public aocliun, at lb Tontine " ikiuVeHouse.in the city of Piew York, under it direction bt the subscriber, at one of Ibe mas ters of ihiacourt, oa the Slst day of July next, at li o'clock at nooa, all those several b.otks, pieces or parcels of ground, situate, lying aud being intUUwosb'pi7f Brooklyn, in the county oi - Kingi, anJ state of New - York, aforesaid, and known and distinguished oo a mail made y Jeremiah Loti, the 19lk day of March, - lift), by the following boundaries, to wit, northerly id front oy w er - sireel, southerly id tne re ' Front - street, easterly on the one fid by Jack - ton - street, aod westerly oo tlie other title by . Uold - stieet, containing fuur squares or blocts o' crowd. . Also all those certain water lots, lying immediately in front of the beloro described blocks, bounded as follow! lo wit easterly If Jackson - ttrett, toutherly by Water - street, anu ' wenterlv bv Guld - tnt. coataininz io breadth oa Wvivr itnttt the rluliiuce between Gold - and Jarksou - itrnet. and riinm.iir into Hie East River , at far as the grant of toe corporation of the city of New - York extendi, with the appurieiiauies. Dated Jane 2, 111 13. v.ua aaue z, HAMILTON. . .VI titer in Chancery. Nate. The shore property will t told in lot - and parcel, atxcrdiug to a cenuii map w made thereof, which will be eilnhibitrd in the Coffee - house one week bt - lore the day of tale. J J) JawStwJfw The sale of the above properly it postponed to the Seventeenth day ol August nest, at the tame kourai.di.Iaee. July 2lit, l!il8 ' JAMlS A. HAMILTON, SSIdtdt AUiter in Chancery. liM CHANCERY. " Dorothy Hacklm, William feck and Elixa - beth bit wile, Maria Hunt, Catharine Hunt ndothfll. , Statt of New - York, ts IX pursuance of an order of tbia honorahle Court made in the above cause, will be told at public auction at the Tontine Coffee House, io the city of New York, on the Sttth day of July 'inst. at IS oMock at noon, under the direction of the tubtcriber. all those - five lottcf eround.sit uate, lying and beta; id the eighth ward of tlie eityofNew York, hein formerly that part ol the property of Nicholas Bayard. Esquire, then known by the name of Bayard' Farm, lying westward of Broadway ; laid lot being dest iialed on a map of said farm, made by Casiuier To. Coerek, tlieo one ol the City Surveyors, by the Humbert 1 147, 1 148, 1149, 1150 and llSti to gether with the hereditaments ana appurienan cei to the tame bel using or in any Mite appcr tuiniur. Dated July 31. lil 111. - - lTiOMAS BOLTOS, J 3 lawUySOdtcit Matter in C hancery - . M. 1 11 VV'AKL). "OUBLIC NOTICK it hereby given, that the J. Atseiton of the Muth Ward have lomple .tea uicir auetiiDenii, juiu umi leu wi'n one i rue Ateiori, m uus noine ui ua vid Hueili, H:ir a - oi, l r five d&yt, the othrr Uveal the f Jite of IJovid Turvr y, Bowcrr - llill, where theaoi my Itcsren undeXHiuiri' d by u - ny of liie inhabitaoia during ten dij front ti t da'e heroor, and Hut the esiori "ill runt nn Friday, July 24, IUI8, at the house of IJtivio Turvty, Bwery - Ililt, lo review their taid, as seiimentj, on the application of aoy pertcn conceiving hiihtelt' agsritd. Hours (rum 10 to 3 00 em hd. iv. - JOll. AURIANCK 1 ) AK'Mofth JOSEPH WILLOUGHBYJ Ninth Ward. July 14 4iuJ A counting Unoru, in (nc nijt rentr.il part of Pearl - itreel. For particulars tmiuire ai Je 5 "TkEWES, hnvin j beeu rectutly apfoiiitdd JLf a by the corporutioo at a city - sutvf vor, r: - apectlutly infbi Bii the public, that he hHopMi l aa office iu Fraukfort - ttreet, neat door to l am manv - Hall, for the pur - ose of land turveyiug ceutraiiy. - ToTufhip, cities, estates, or aoy tract of laud, accurately surveyed aod di awn. Old plans, copied, reduced, or enlarged. ' Trigonometrical surveys and sections of coast, harbours, rivers, tic. for the improvement oi Davijatio), or other purpoeet. Lerels taken, and country eiplored for canals, aqueducts, roads, tie. for engineers. Jj 17 lw : OA'K CEJS V KEW.iUU. ABSCONDED Irom the subscriber, Henry Coles, about 19 years of age, 5 ' el 8 im hes high, light complexion ; an apprentice to the Shoe - making business. Siaid Cole bat ocraiion - aily beeotn.plnyed incol.ecting raouey all persons are forbid harboring, trustiog, or paying Urn any bills lor me after this ddtc. The ahove reward will be paid for returning Henry Coles, without any charges to No. 11 Hudro - itreei, by - JOHN AITKIN. Jy 17 lw " SOLAK AilCROiCoPE. AT the New - York Philosophical Muenm, Medic a I, Electrical and Galvanic Rnnm, io. 92 Chatham Street, (in the front hail ol Chatham Gatdeo) may be seen the wonderful effects ol the slar iiiirrotcopelhat rbaguilies one hundred thousand tunes, and is one ot uie pest taitrumejts ol the kind ever shewn in America A dttcfiDtion of this instiumcnt is unnecessa ry i auSce it to say that lorty persons may at the same time sit and sec its operation! without tiia inconvenience of looking through a Itus or glass cf wiy kind. - . ..The following (it is presumeci) will he sufii - ritiil to give an idea ot the euecis prooucea ry this great examiner of nature : The head of the common, Flea is inaenidud to look as I a mo as that of an elephant ; its proboscis or sting two feet lone - .lee' tibt feet ; hair oa me legs six inches. - , Li a glass Tube of clear water, taken directly irom Uie well, uiay ne stenmousanus ot atnmui - Cula, ail alive, scu.e of which ere two feet lung In i o. moon Vinegar and in almost all vpsetic ble ao.ids or wines may be teeo Animals irum ona to thiee feet long. ibe circulation cl trie mooa is aitnnctiy seen ia a variety of fish and infects. The wing of the smallest Musquito will appear fr .mi ? to 12 feet Lwg, shewing distiucfi the smallest tihre. The wing of the common Buttei Ay can be magnified to toe euormous sue ol'OO leeL Tlie proprietor has lately been presented by a eenticman of this city with an insect, place - don the objectglass of a common microscope about six years siore ; when first taken it was about Of au inch long, aud on it may now be seen by the help of the sofar microscope, tbousaodt of iusects ' - , r .i i prey lag auu receiving iouu irutn uie utou .m case. 1 he Cheese Mite, though so snail an insect that it it almost unpottible to discern them with the naked eve. is made to appear as large as a turtle tea inches long, and very muck resembling that animal. The collection of aniraalcula and insects in general in possession A the qieratnr is considerable, though should any lady orgeutlemaa, visit ing the muM - um, bring with tbeu an imect, sub stauee cr fluid, that they wish to examine, tt Will be shewn. Ttw solar Microscope will he shewn from ten o'clock A. M. until two P. M. Admittance 45 cents ; children, under twelve years, half ptxe. tM5e,Wth ,v". - lin,5 the "em arenq.iettI to iuiuwopt caoool he siiewn un - iess Ibe sun t Lines. . NOTICE. KT The Physicians of New - York and its vi ,.U,CI mna t: - ntleuiiD now at - tendmt for II benefit of Klectxical ,Ht;.u.:L perationf, are respectfully intoroied, that Uie urtol operati - g fo, mytlMi pur in luVlire . i - rnin mx Iu leo in the """"" i.u irow iwouiui seven ia the after I be LVcirieal experiments will take plae every cv nuign usual, Diould the weather oo vm looaauip or warm. . . N. TY LEE, Proprietor, Andjaaaatacturerof all kinds ol Philrh;. Apparatus, for most of the rmh!ic bciDt,n In suiuiions aod Private giufvaiics Ihrocgiiout um bsn ues. j xi lw. is are it in to of its of ful it of of ly rior as ted ed the lic the hall tf a sv the of A. ly ul - of is ty TO IT.T. A plcuuuit back room, vd to. itf. Wall - tuttt. luit&bl lor a lawyer's othce. rotsession immediately. Apply la the front office. - J4 CLASSICAL, MATritAlATICAL. i:d .ViLH - J UMluEAUUtMI. - - MEScRS. KELLY & TtlUMY rcspectiuny inform I he pubiir, that they have lately loibfuenced this esl0hihmeot in the large and airy rooms. o. 475 Pearl atreet a few doors frcm the corotr of Chatham street. Their course of education comprises the Greek, Lntin, French, aud English languages; Coiopotilion, History, Geogrpliy, the use of the Ulobes, Uook - Krepu.g, Aritiimetic, with the other practical brautliet of the Mathematics. VcQug Ladies hate a room appropriated to them'.eives, where Uiey will be taught a regular course of female education, tigelher with plain and ornamental Needle - work, by a lady ol exemplary conduct and long expeiitnceiuthat department. - Reference to Robert Aotraic, F. M: and N. P. Columbia College. PATENT GRAMMATICAL MIR ROIL' Voi'il Kelly A' Tuomy Wjr leave alto to in form the pohlic, that their Grammatical Mirror now completed and organ bed, aud that they pre part J to uudertako in application to the duties ol ii.9trui tiou. The Grammatical Mirror a macuiue cootlructed oo such pi iutiptcs, aod actuated by such law;, as to exhibit a mruifctt representation of all the part? of human speech, all the variety of then lutlccuoos and all the I divenity of thtir combiuations ; it is calculated impart infurm:ti9u mora xpediliouly thau words, wbelber conveyed by writing or by ut - terauce : letters and sounds are the arbitrary symbol, not the reierubltuu e of ideas ; but the Grammatical Mirror presents au exact imitation the agent with its case, of the object with its pasaion?, of their subtUtuie with it genders and persons, ao'l of the action wiUi i:i niauiicrs, and timet. The other parts of speech will make tlicir resistive appcarauces iu the revolutions this exlraortliu try machine. It is no less use to the teacher thau to the pupil ; and while expedites the progress oflhe one, it Will facilitate the labor of the other. Should any parson object to the practicability its application,they challenge the iovettiation opposition : they cannot convent to ao ludiftri raina'.e inspection : but any penon whj shall be qualified to dicus iu merits they are willing to admit, and prepared to answer hit objections, Though duty forbid them to acknowledge then" own inferiority yet, tbey rely not on their diligence and zeal others may have as much ; they rely not on their erudition and tulenta, others may nothave less ; but they re on the co - operation of their meant, which they contend to be superior to any that can be employed to attain the object it contemplates. 1 liouch they entertain no doubt ot its supe general utility, they conceive that for such cannot atturd much time fur study, or whose different employments, must confine them to interrupted and desultory lectures, it must postess peculiar advantages. Several li'.enry characters, who have inspec this machine, have been equally astonish. and delighted, and doubt not that experience will lealue the most sangiii'ie expectations that a. e entertained of its advantage and success. t'mler these impressions the proprietors of Ci umiiuilUat - Mirror recommend it to pub notice, and titty are no more desirous of acquiring, ttuu tlu are coufident of securing patronage ot the public. N. B. liny li - ve for ecnrral convenience determined io deliver evening lectures, from past hve til half past seven, on any of tlit khovementioned branches ot literature. J l'J Lit A Kt.h.L HAKP I A. OUITWALDP lespectlully invites . the amateurs of mus.c to inspect at his I'jnfio forte M - n.ofnctoey, fro. 76 laiden lane, mu'ical instruioeut that perfectly equal the n.vp in soiinu auu lar surpasses it io point cl ea treatni'iil. as it isnlaved like ti e niano bv meats oi Leys, and consequently has all the advantages nf hrilliatil modulation ; the only one in United States. Also, anelegaut Piano - Foite One tone, musical variety and workmanship, withaiiasMJitirieut of different kinds, whose good qualities have been testified by the undersigned eminent prolessors : " We the subscribers, professors of muic, do certify, that wehave carefully examined Mr. J. Gultwaldt'spiano - lortes, which, lor ingrnui - and escellence of worktuunthip and uniform brilliancy of tout, we deservedly recommend to puMic patronage. Metsrs. Gilles, Ktienoe, Rd. rtieeis,u. iwuauit, ULaries biiiert." J 7 tVH S.iLE Oil IV LEA St:, Lots in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Wards: manv which are on regulated and peved streets. No money will be required under ten years, if sold, ihtotest excepted. HOUSES. Sevt.al two and three story houses, on which it great part of the money remain on mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK: An excellent stand for busmes, with ten acret land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store bouse and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY. Near New - lluveo, with 4u arret of land, and a never failing stream, upou which 20 miilimay bt eretieu, wim a sufficiency oi water lor each. Apply at No. 2 Greenwich street jan 13 tt' i HE GRAMMATICAL BAR. nHE importance of a correct kniwledge of X Grammar, is too much acknowledged to need comment. The unsettled and desultory manner, in whi h it is taught in common schools, highly t xcrptiouat.le. To have arbitrary rules and definitions parrotlike enmmitted to memory, learned anil conned by role without comment or clue illation, is tuiind to t eenetallv void ol utili ; lor so long as the prim i pits of rules are nut understood, 11, iy can never be applied to actual use - . Uudi. - r such uiipretijni and influenced hy a loire to piomole so useful a branch of education. the suhf. ribers propose a remeilial system. Iu tut uti:erisaiiig, they are conscious ! no other motive, than the promotion ot a branrb o! knowl ie, - wtik h is an mdipenntile i - e - requisite in very other. The sub - enhers anticipate many ohjuclioi.s to so complete a deviatiou irom the aiiuquoleu track, w hu ll custom has long since anctiiMiea as the most e.igiule : but, toooviate them, ll.ey ask a thorough and coi.did mvestiga lion oi its principles. It it a dictum, that with i. a know ledge ot the ieannt on v hu b laws are ade, no one can know the law. A conviction ol its truth formed the most powerful incentive to ine invention oi uie urammaucai nar, woicncon veys lo the miuu Uirough trie memum ol the e; he res sons the whys, and the wherefores. 1 he short, it employs the peiceptite faculties, the learner acquires a habit of attention, his judee - l men is exercited, and lie advances with ease and delight. The subscribers have taken a conven ient room in r ulton - srreet, No. 139, where ctnl - ren. vouns ladies and rentlemen mav acu'iirea orrect knowledge of English grammar in sixty hours. A correct knowledge of parting will be iven to new beginuert ; it not, no pay w ill be re quired. A new class to begio oo v ednesday. J. BHUtv.i, jun. E. D. CROSSFIELD. N. B. Young gentlemen, who have been in structed in the snort term of sixty hours, will be presented lor examination each day at 5 o'clock. r. At. Scholars received and instructed at aoy hour from 6 o'clock A. M. to 10 o'clock P. M. Terms of tuition made known at tlie above mentioned room. J 80 Ins To itullttm and other (jtiiitemm. VW 'PO BE SOLD a power - 'lr - vV I f .t l!.., If .... A old. 16 handt hub, perfect .'ty souud, unquestionably . tie Hoe tt Hotse ia the citi Ur a tincle Horse carriage ofaar Orscnrti io. To a Geolienian w.ntiue to eo a lip. louru V Vk i itm mil ll. il. u.m - would be invaluable, berng a first late mover and equal to an Tr T" &l elitory, Walker - street, lo to m of y as a to VALUABLE REAL E3: FOR SALE, i thk tin or snr - vonx.t ' IT'IVE lots of eround on Hie west side of Green - V yricfi - Hreet, between Vestry and Uesbros - ei - street, xo by bu. - - ' Four do iu the reor of the above, fronting or. Ibe east side of Washing ton - strett 35 by buv Eight do in the block below, between Washington aod Wett - llrcttf . . . - In Montgomery Connlr. COOO acres of LantI iu Lawrence' purchase, sear East Canada Creek, oa the norm tide ol the Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15,162 acres of Land, in Uie towas of Mount Morn and Day ton. , 1 ' In Kites Couuty. 733? acret of Land in tlie townf Barrymore lo the County of Levis. 1350 acret of land in Catterlaud, C'liaisanis Purchase. la Saratoga County. 2G00 acres ia Palmer's purchase. Enquire at theollico ofll.u suntciiber, 34 Ce darstreeL BEV. ilOBJNSOS. , mh 17 If G.bAUNUtlt'Si I'A'I EIM I' KAZOK oTUOP, You that wish to shave Willi ease, liuy ol baCKDERS if you pleut ; Hi Razor Strop's, peculiar sut h. That sharps the Kaior With a touch. f1 tiAUNUERb n - siecliully tolkilt tliose U. who hate not got his Patent Razor Strop, lurmth tiM.'iuselvt.s with his new invented Ka ior SUop. and Metallic Composition. No ecu tit man who once makes trial ol one ol the strops now offered, nill ever try any others; and such is their formation, that ever so much use will not Sive the razors that roundi.en which renders the best of them useless, ami which is well known al ways to follow the application of all those hither invented. '1 he above sirups are in general uie in New York, and are distinguished from all others. Barbers who have uied thuu cay more their prane than 1 cau n.yiell. 0. SAUNDERS, 18 Wall - street. Also for sale, Razort, Soap, and every uten J siiiorbhavin, ol the hist quality, with a superior assortment of Perfumery, ll.nr - Powder, Kc. from Smyth's, New Bond ttreet, London. ti. U. The most liberal allowance made to dealeis. my Si ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD. 1SS1NG Irom the eallerynf the American IV J. Academy ol th'tine aru, 1 wu miia. TURK POR'i RAITS, the one a gentleman's, set is a, old, ornamented with pearl and richly fi - ni.'hed on the back, radiated from the centre ; the other a lady's, without setting, but fixed in a plain eating. The above reward will be paid by WILLIAM DUNLAP, Esq. keeper of the American Academy nf the Fine Arts, on dolivery the above niinmturei to him, at his painting roorat, in the New - York Institution, or at his houo, No. 6U Leonar! street : or, if the gentleman's picture alone it so delivered, the painting unuijurnt, leventy dollars will be paid to the person who delivers it : and in like manner, for the ladies miniature alone, the fainting uninjnrtd, thirty dollars. The money will he paid on delivery of the pictures, and no questions ashed. Jewellers. Walcl.maKer aud others, to whom these picltues, or the selling of the gentleman's f)icturet may be offered for sale, are particular - solicited to he on their guard, and give notice above. By order oflhe board. ALL.V J139w ROBERTSON, Sec'ry. WANTr.il, a lad uhout 14 yeais ol use, as (.n apprentice to the nriiiiins business. Apply at tlie comer of Natsau and Sprurc - sts. FT'OR the al.ove troublefnme rtml often rVtal V cotnplaiut, Hamilton's P.lixir isofiered, with confide nee iiifpired by lueuty yeamsucrenful experiment. A tingle trial will f rore th tl it dlsw lodges and evacuates Ihe - tough vik id pl.le&m or mucus, strengthens the weakened vessels oflhe luugs, sheallies the acrimonious humour wtirh irritates them, and finnl'y discharges it. Thus striking at the root of the disorder, the syoip - toms are of course effectual It and permanestly conquered ; I he reverse of common mediclaet, which weaken the constitution, and give itrergln the disorder, for the sake nf moderating for the pr sent some of its painful flectt. TO PARENTS, who hate children afflicted with this dre - H'ul maladv. this is a dttrnvery ol the first magnitude, at it affords immediato relief, checks the progress, and in a short time entirely removes the mot croel disorder to which children are liable. 1 he elixir it so perfectly a - greeuble, and the dose so small, that no difficulty anset in tttkinzit. Be particular to ask for Hamilton's Elixir, im itations of which are offered to the public, but none are genuine without the siguuture of 11 - ue. For sale at LEE'S medical warehouse, No. 46 Mi iilen Lan, m.d by every respectable Druj gist in New York. J 10 MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF TM Cllt OK ITEW - yORK. (Thcoldul ImlUuiumfor insurance against fm in MM tun,) fNSURE against L - ?s or Damage by Fire, a Dwelling Houses, Ware nouses, liuililmgs in general, Merchandize, Ships io port aod their Cargoes, iiouseiiuni rural ure, ana every description ol iiersonal prope rty, on terms as f&vo - rj.hle bj similar instilntinns in thfscitv. - T his Company is incorporated solely for the purpose of insuring agnint losses by tire, and ha; eirt umsrribed its oiieratinM chiefly wilhiu this city anu immediate proximity. In addition to the Capital Stock, f 500,000, which is secured by bond and inoitirns - on real estate and public slot ks, this Company possesses a handsome surplus fund, invested in like man ner ipartiesassuredmay therefore repose the lul Int confidence io the solidity of its capital, aod that any losses or damage will be settled with ironiptitude and liberality. The different rates of premium and condition! of lniurar.ee are uniform with those oflhe other Fire Insurance Ontcei in tint city. The public are reterred for particulars to the printed proosa:i in circulation, and which may be bad on application at az wan street GAHR1KL FURMAN.fretide - nt, JOHN PINTARD, Secretary. may 53 WANTED, A WHITE girl or woman to do the cooking, fl be. in a small fannlv, consisting ot to on own persons, living in a pleasant part of tli city, she will have the assistance or a little girl and a boy. None need apply w ithout good recommendations. Apply at thtsoilice. J 16 if Jt.vvKUI.l - KK. WATCHES', kc. CASE of sundry Jewellery, hue Cutlrry CX. eiUer Iluniiif aninaia watches. Dressing Caet and Ladies Work Boxes, 2 cases Ladies Corsets assorted. For tale by J LAMBERT, Je 24 3 Court hod stieet, irET.VCHSE lVA.TT.Ti. cr NE with a good supply of milk, and who can produce satisfactory te.timoniali of character, Sic. wui meet with encouragement by applying at MRS. SAIULEK3, J 19 tf 0,36 Uroadwav. POST COACH Aito STEAM - BOAT LINE, 'fOlt PH I LA V ICLFU I A . It Wil or ELISAIITBTOWX rotST. . (Through iu Oue JJky.) A 1EW Line of Post Coaches with every con - XX - yeiientefor passengers and baggage, on Stinngs, starts from the Coach office, No. 1 Courtlaiid - street, near Broadway, New - York, every morning, (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, in the fctemu Boat Atalunta, via Eliiahethtown. Brunswick. Princeton, Treuton und Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same ailcruooo, at 4 o'clock. ' A siM - ouI Line of new Pott Coaches will start from New - Vork every morning, (Sundayt excepted,) St 10 o'clock iu the Steam Bout Atalan - ta, lodge i.t T'renton, and arrive at Philadelphia, in a Steaoi Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 tl illars. P. b. Passengers are requested to call arsl take their Seats at the otQce No 1 Cotiitlarui - st. N. Y. United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Ballimore and Wathingtoo City, with every conveiiieiire for panders and hnggage, ou springt. 1 The U. S. muil roach will tturt from the coaclioflire, No. 1 Courtlaudt - st. New - Vork, etcry d.ly at 2 o'clock, P. M. aud arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only Cpas - sercers admitted. ' l or seats in the ahove named Lines, apply to THUS. WHITFIELD, at the old estauluhed Ccach, and steam Boat omcc. No. I court hndt - stieet. near tlie corner of Broadway, New York ; or to A. T.GOODRICH tt CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - tireet, and at No. 53 Whitehall - street, New - York. ftryAII goods and baggage at the risk or the rner. JOSEPH L VON, SONS & CO. oa N. B Expresses sent to nny part of the Con 1 munt. j . i i i't - - i i"f tineut, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. SWIFT - SURE MAIL CUACHES, FOB rHlLADKl.rniA. errt " tO" Lcve New - Vork twi.tvviy Mioming (Sunday'sex - iceplc'djal o'clock, and ar - rive iu Pluladelplua next day to dinner. The publick bouses are good, and reasonable in their charges. The driven, horses and coaches are not inferior to any others now running between these two cities. The beautiful country, and the excellence of the roads on this rout, connected with the safely, comfort, and reasonable expi nces, are beleived to he strong inducements lo travellers in giving tins line a dec ided preier ence. he strictest attention will be observed by the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at the risk of the owner unit j insured and receipted for by the clerk of laid office. Stage fare only 25, with a generous allowance ofhaggige. Parties wishing to travel at llieir leirure, may engage tlie Coach on reasonable terms exclusively lo themselves, by applying one day previous to starting. fur teats apply at Northern Hotel, XMO. y Courtlandt - ttreet, New - York. hlU. su.r, m e). np 1 Proprietors. UNION LINE FOR PHILADr. l.l 111 A. Twenty - five miles land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new ot coaches $j I o good tlagci 4 50 Do lorecatile or deck pattcngers, 3 50 ConoM'trd by the steam boats omvk BRSitcn and piii.Aiis.i.rnia. The steam - bout Ulive Branch will leave New lurk every day, Sun day's excepted, from the notth side - of the Battery, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. Passengers will lodge at Trenton, and taueuie steam noai iiiiaaei - phia, so astoarrive in Philatlelpbia at lOo'clock the next morning, in time to take the Union Cine Baltimore steam boats. This line has a connection with the belt hoatt on the Delaware and Chetapeake to Norfolk ; as also those ol the North River and Sound ( and their several arrivals are calculated tocaure little, if any delay. This is a speedy and certainly the most conve nient route, as tlie passengers will leave New - York a'ler the banks rpen, and arrive in Philadelphia before the hours of business, without fatigue in travelling or waut of sleep, the laud carnage being much less than by any other route between the two cities. For seats iu the above hn apply lo WILLI A vl B. JAQUF.S, At the Unio Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketfield street, north side of the B illery, between Greenwich and Wafhington streets, or to The C A V TAIN on lionrd. (gj - All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. ps NOIle - K. For the further accommodation ol the put lie, the de parture of the Firefly from .ew - xork and - ewtiurgh will he in future on the following days : Leave New York o Monday, W ednesday and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newburgh on 'uesi lav. rndav and sunuay at o a. :n. The above arransement will commence by the Firefly leavine Newburgh on Sunday, the 24th May. T he Wettern Stage leaves Newburgh immediately after the arrival oflhe Firefly. ray vi LASrOfl A1U BETHLKUKN MKW USX, VIA KW - BRUMSWICK (jr - t'awengers will leave ie - w - York every Mondav Vf - - ,.J' - f .mil Friday, at 1 1 o'clock, A. 11. in iuc aceniu uoai Ou.e Branch ; lodco at New Brumwick : leave (here early next morning, nnd arrive at Eaetoa at 4 o'e - ox.K in the ulteraoon. lleturning. leave Eatton every Monday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, A. ol , If.ilge at New llnmiwirK ; uruve at New York ht 10 o'clock next morning, in the steam boat Oiire Bnnrli. The stage connected with this line is a good four - horse ttage. Passage fioui N. Biunswick toEaston, So 50 fioui Kattoii lo Bethlehem, 75 cents. For seals in the above line. apply to W.M. P.. J AQUES, at the Philadelphia Union Line Sleaui - Boat Oilice, aorth tide ol the battel y. flout. ill L,r.tsti,rropneior Je 13tf ltK lHII..HlJt:LtUlA, F.LI ZA B Til - TO IV. X POLYT. PO? I - COACH LINE, Thrmteh in a day and by duu - Uzht, T EAVES New - York io th steam - boat Ata X - i lauta, from the foot of Whitcha.l - streef near the Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Fnqtiire it No. 1 Courtland - strret and No. 53 White hall - street, at which pbc et seats may be taken Je20 tf JUST published and for sale at WILLIAM oj DU BOIS' pianoforte and music ttcrc, No 120 K road way, Thine am I me faithful fair; the soldier'i bride and irom ehildhood't dawn to noon of youlh as tun; ny .tir. 1 tuiippt. Ah cau I e'er forget thee love The celebrated echo sons; T he inspiration, (acred melody The Saxon ttir, with variations, by Cramer Ha) du's celebrated ctrizonet. My mother bid. - memnumy hair, ataiomlo Twenty four sonatas, for young pertormert, by u. iiaiioner The .Saxt Cobonr; waltz, with variations The .optiia Walts - The storm rondo, by Meibclt Je M TO LET, V;il The three atoty brick hooiea No. 61 W biker street. Ecou;re at tta J 14 Jvy Ito. 67 Pin street TUB HOVJS'O SiT&IM liOAT - UMC. The proprietors, with view of accommodating tlie public, bt extending the line to Norwich, intend waking the experiment with the Fulton, Cirpt. itw,and this route (if found practicable) will be twidinued during the season. The line will in future be from New - York to Norwich, as follow : The. Connecticut. Cst.t Bunker, will leave New - i ork every Monday, h'tiiuiday and Friday, at I) o'clock, in the morning, for New - Haen. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave AortricA at 0 o'clock in the morning of the tame days, touch tlJVew - London and depart from thence for Jttui - Hartn at H o'clock. Tlie boats will meet at Aiir Harm, and depart from thence every Monday, Wtdnu - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock iu the evening the Connecticut for Jfne - York, and the Fulton for JVeir - lAnifrm and AortrtcA. mh 17 NicnuouoH and cam amjaic.ua juail - si agv TI1RXK TIMXS A WEEK, LEAVES Newbtirgh every Sutiday, Tucidny, and l liursd y mornings, at three o'ciocK. runs through Montgomery. Bloomincbumh. Monticello. bv While Lake, Conhecton, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, ithica, and Ge neva, iPoauaimaigua. Returning leaves Canandaigua every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o clock, anu arrives at New burgh, the third flay to lime to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - York the following morning. JCj ' mov le expected that at all ttmttuhtn the th am - Ooult alter thetr eati of running, that ihu lint wui alter to at to meet Hum. The whole route will be perfumed in three days, from tlie first of Mar, until the first of November and from the first of November until the fifteenth of December, and from tlie fifteenth of March until the first of May, in tour cUvs and from the I5Ui December, tin til tlie fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Cauandaigua lit four days. Passengers travelling from New - York to Cauandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N York in the evening steam - beats, and arrive in Cauandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred miles. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced dr. vers hvtry atten tion will be paid to render the passage of Uie traveller sale, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal tetany line in the state. (IT FARE from Newhurgh to Cauandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. K. II. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owego Tioga Pointy thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, . BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey. Bloorainghurgh.'l E. C. St. John. Mount Pleasant. I L. tl R. Manning, Chenango, iProprie J.uther uere, ithica, I tors. Samuel Oreeohfl, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lancing, mh 1 - 1 dfiin NOTICE. CO" Steam Boat Omvk pRANtn will sail every Sunday, at 1 1 o'clock round ttatcn Island, and ot casion - aiiy, iithc wiu.1 aod lule will permit, to the hook. This beautiful tail will contribute both to health and pleasure, and is at (heap a re - reatiou as can be found. Parties who mean to partake ol tliis amusement will, if convenient, Cite in II, eir names the day preceding, at tlie c.dice iu Markettield stree t, north tide ul tlie Buttery. Dinner on hoard, at the usual prices. Pa4ge children hll price. my 13ff THK HTK. - i.V HO.l l .ll.H..i. T.i, tUU. tCIAUhTHlOWN POINT, BV1 H V.,U 1 ,arl. day, Sundays except - ied, from the foot of White - hail .ot ei ueur the Uattery, at a o'clock - ana iu o'ebek A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. j leaves Eliia - bethtown Point at 8 o'clock A. M. and haif past 12 o'c lock and half past 4 o'clock P. M. Je gQ tf SOJKTil UlVlki ii r..i.i - li0.1i,St fifT - Onthe I lib of Alay, couj luetic ed running lour tunes a week. A Boat leavel New - York on Turs - doy, ni jii'cv:, .M ; Wednesday, at 5 1 . .M; riday. at A. .vi. and faturnay, at o r. ii. ot each week ; anJ a boat 'elites Albany on Mon - ay, Wednesday, Thursday, aud Saturday, at 9 A. M The Fire - Fly leaves New - York on I ursday, hursday and Saturday, at 11 A. M. lor New - urgh, and returns oa ; Mondeiy, Wednesday and ndav, at n A . l . Je2C A tOii S.ILt, slTliti A farm of between sixty and leventy acies, situate on the w ed bank oi Lake Otsego, and one mile from tlie village of Cooperslowu. On it are auew stone house 54 feet square ; a new arm house, barn, &c. It forms a desirable ei tat'lidiiueot for a gentleman wishing to retire into the - country, as itt tiluatioo, at lo prospect, convenience to market, Kc. is not surpassed Pl ant' iu the interior of the state. It will be told low fur cah, on a credit, or exchanged fox property in this city, goods, 4:C. Apply to ii. u et t. ic rv, mv 7 tf Law Building. Oii.V tic WITT mil resides at No. 5.'41 Water street, where he has a very handsome and fashionable assortment of Cabinet Furniture on hand, which he will warrant to be oflhe first qiiulily. He solicits his New York and southern friends to git e him a call, at he flatters himself thc - v w ill mil be disappointed, uruen executed at the shortel notice. Je 2 tf - T.OUN 1ING KOO.M. A pleasant hud con - KJ veuient Counling Koom in ouln - street to et. Apply Ml 29 iulli - llreet. 1 W O or three single gentlemen can be hantl - somely acoiuiuodated with board at No, 39 Broadway. Je ' - 'ti lin W HOOPING COUGH. DOCTOR SCOTl'S Pectoial Mixture, whic h is a safe and effectual remedy lor the whooping cimh. Hit uly ten years since it was olicied to the public, and some thousands ol children, belli in England and Scotland, have been cured by it, alter every other mediciue had been used without ellccl. It is held in the high est estimation lor its excellent aud salubnoue virtues. It promotes gentle jierspiration, re moves viscid phi. gm by an easy and sale expectoration, and is highly salutaiy to the lungs ; i strei.:thens and deiends the stomach, gives great er liberty of breathing, end produces the most sale, salutary and happy fleets, by prevent ing those distressing unci coavutMie coughs, to which thoutandl ol individuals, in conse quence of neglect, prematurely fall a sarrilice. it, is not by exciting a temporary stimulus ot relief in loose violent paroxysms that its quali ties are manifested, but by eilcctually retno nig tliose distressing symptoms, by giving vigour to tlie weakened iiame, and renovated health to the alllicleu indnidual. Sold wholesale and retail, by R Robertson, Apothecary, No. 82 Broadway, and J. C. Mori son, Urucgcst, lo. jau ereenicti street, i Yoik. Drtiggesu throughout the United , - tates, may be scpplied with the Pectoral Mixture, at either of the above plices, at th lowest wholesale price, Jy 7 Sni A HORSE WANTED. A GOOD active Horse, about niveau old atx He is wan'.ed thiedy as a gig horse, n which harness be mutt be petfcctly gentle. Hay wruld be prulered. Apply at No. 24 Gieeuwieh - strert. J C WANTED. GIRL from li to 15 year of age, Of good a jl cnaraotor una steady nanus, to asiul ia family. Apply at 74 Leonard - street. Jt9 r - JLi - J . A 4mttun6 : fiMjc kaiw to disduisb be DOCTOR I10RNE, formtrl, ofthj city of Londoa, au member of the faculty of p'ayti, aod surgery there, deems it uiid. tr to repeat someoirservitions a. tie abtrso of MERCURY. rath, indiscriminate, and unqoah. lied use TBereoi, 0as lieto produc. Uve of infinite mirhit 'i,.ZZ lauds are ewmaJiy mcTcurialired out of eil,. ence. - The disease we have ui view owes iu u tal resu!.. chiefly to tbi. source. VUt a pi t' hat a young niiin, the hopes of his country. the darting of his parentt, should be snitcfiJ I way from aU the prospects and enjoymcDts of w." by tlie consequences of one tiugaarid momenL and by a disease notioiU own nature faUUani which only proves so from ueslwi r " treatuienl." A gcatlemar, (late Ir. ll's tl. lient) now perfectly hearty aud well, had bi,. under physicians of general practice, six 1 and lepealedly salivat.d ; when recommended u Dr. H. (by gentleman of this city) bis botl! were carious, aed his flesh dropping froa them bis friends declared he could - not possibly surCi. ' two mouths longer. Thousands exrwrinjenUli. know with what ease and tufely Dr. H erar caUs the severest cases, and confirms Uc,,!" lution. The Doctor's plan (advertising) url' cessary to guard tlie public against tlie aon,. mercury, aud other fatal delusions, held forth Persons, therefore, having contracted a bk vale disorder, or suspecUng latent iioison. sTT aduomtlied not to tamper with their cocitit, tion, or conceal the disorder, till p&tt recov. r ; otherthaving the remaiut of an aih or other impurities cfthe blood, at well as 0tb " er complaints of delicate nature, io eithTi sex. should remember posterity, and o iU,Uc. to - their eontt:iencer, by making apputaiira; to Dr. H. at Lit old and retn?r.!f r""? lithment, No. 64 Water - street, foVrhoutei w.o of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance , lone calculated to prevent ilitcloture. And L,l let me claim your serious attention Reaiembif a superficial core is t,o cure at all ,nu,. inetsis radically done, yon will certain!, tly the ditordcr break out again with redouhlid ins hgwly, at some future period ; perham then wil, he loo fate for remedy. Dou't vou olttt TaeeT a the streets miserable, mut .'atwl hm. !Z.Z.' even bit of nose oo their fuce Take'wa n" I beseecn you. Dr. H's. character for skill ri - y being univertally known iathiscily, .inc. Io04.gunraitlee to Patients Sh ..Jl. A crery hitherto unknown, and having confined his ,,,..... . ; '", exclusively to the cure of diseases of the blood ivitim. thev n,..i.i.,... rulate on the most decided advantages in consulting Dr. H. Gleets eradicated in twe or three weeks Stricture! removed without houries or imv .ti er instrument ; and all debilities : likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's A plurality of olf.ee t are provided, and so sits, ited that patients are not exposed toe h mk.v obteryation. Opeu till half past 9 in the eveoiuc. All pei tons concerned are invited lo he free ii biiiii, aim lucaKins: wiui ir.n. wimfi is tn of cost. Aod here the Doctor cannot avoid lb sxpresiion ofcratitude for innutuerat.l meudattous, and for the decided prcfen nee (it is presumed with juitcaute) loot; givtn hia by a ludicious public. n.a. Ait letters mutt be pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 37 U JIU.v. nR. EVANS' iuperi.1 method of curing a certain Disease, isnowunivei sally acknowledged loth s city ; bis mode of trentmeil is periecuy mild, safe, ei. jtuiuous. ana tut ctiarg.i reasonable. In every ii - tance he warrants cur, and will return the pay if La dot s not perform agreeab's to contract. Tnere are many persons in lias city aod its vi cinity, lahorins under various chronic Hi. mm. or ungs enij 'l"uli ,.tJ r bladder and kidnies, old complicated Complain' I of a certain nature, bilious nnd other obstiut - " tiont, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider inci rable, Hiey cenainiy cureci iin genera ) by applyine at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. 0. Peck - slip, having practised ia extelisivt hospitals in Europe Ii years, ender some of ths first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, sntl luatle Ihore obstinate oiteases ms constant tlecr orTllvenrs - Oct II AFRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall ttreet, gentle - . mi n't dretiitig torni, hat for tale a lew R - . sort of Damask Steel, made by tbe celebrated Martuin. of Paris. He has also received a as sortment cl the best English Rators, which be warrants good. If proved to tlie contrary, mo ney relunde tl. Mr. FRUMENTO returns lus sincere thank to his customers, and the public in general, for their very liberal patronage, and solicits a con tinuance of their luvours. He has likewise procured very hoe hone, una , .. in r.,l..rt - raiora to a verv seen edt'f. and sliould they not cut well be will receive no retcuipence. , . .. .... Oentlemen wno tuoscrine ry ine quann, ha e llieir appasatut kept exclusively fortU ivei. ' Je 30 selvei AeOBSTASt tupply ol la diet Beaver Hals, fresh from the Bia - nulactory, suitable lor Uie soath - ern market, sad packed at tb shortest , noticei fl - J. WIUOS'?, 1(30 BroadwiJ. may 87 TO MASON. " ... 1 JROPOSAI will be received at ro. i Washineton street, for building a bouse, a - greeably with apian there lelt, lor a the corner ol me uowuiig sjiciu - - r - sinet. Je "L i. i J VI' P. - fA - O fUH'd'i.3). JOS. WILSON, 14 Maiden - Lane, has just ceived ty the Venus, a large auoiimentei excellent Piano Fortes, Patent Flutes, Flap lets, Kc. n.auuiactured expressly tor wm y v uienu i Co. London. Also, Piano t oite Sir P n sets , new music, and eve - ty article id w - sical line ; instruments taken io exeiiange. - tuners provided. . . il " - XI AILS, WCES, ANIL, c. - - SU 1M line drawn Roie and Clasp Nails, aisortea sixes 3 casks black and bright V icct 3 do " band and sledge Hammers , 200 do deck bpikei, from 4 to 8 ntV 10 tons bolt and iquare Iron aiioitea si , For sale at b I Pine - street, by .... J,13 HENDERSON it CAIRNS' IV LET. A dry Cellar, under the house No. street, t"1 NEW - YORK: r lt,awrl , PRINTED JJW PLBLISHSV , MICHAEL BuhUJMCO. No. 49 Wh.mam - stasis orrom liAsil Cork - Hos. .