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INSOLVENTS, ADVETrTiSI6 FPR - THE BENEFIT OFTHE ACT IS THIS STATE, corisp ro - ri Albast Aaoos, tmi Aet TorkB ert Rickari R&er, Recorder. - Willet Seaman, Septll V . William Clark, Sent 4 . - Thomas Mullini, Sept 19 . ..' doi(iM WaJdroa, 8ept5 , Guilliatn Johnoa, Augtl Frederick W. Danneiiberg, Sept 52 pbilo title, Sept. 16 T , - "' " Silas Lockwoo!, Aug H ' Christordier Prince, Sept. 5'V ' John W. fowl II, Sept 9 . , . Jotephns Boyd, Aug. 18' John W. Richardson, Aug IS Pay ton Gay. Aug. 25 , Tiiaodit Woodruff, and rbijetus II. Wood - mB, Am S.v . J abet Harrison, Aog S . James t. Ryan, July 31 William King, Aug. 15 " , Daniel Turner, Aug I ,A' Epraim Starr, and Thoman Morton, Aug. 8 ' ' " TAWntpnri. An, h ' Franklin Greene 4: Samuel W.Greene, Aug 1 ' Jaow Himtiogtoa, Aug o rraoklia Green, and Saronel W. Green, Aug I Jlbany county Before Phihp S. Parker, JU ' . rorder, tn Albany. Cilee KeJIogg, Aog 8 . - . Before Ettet Hove, Etq. Dudley Friuk. Sept 24 William Colter, Aog 15' Ebencier Gallop, Aug. 6 . ' aicuhea Unnmoree, Aug. 5 John Thompson, July 88 . .. Maduon cuunty Btfore Peter Smith, first judge ' , . in Peterboro1. John Lyos, Aog 29 .Abraham Shaft, Aug 29 William Spencer. Aug. 15 Before John B. Yates, Etq. . Jacob Day, Ang 22 JoihaaWard, Sept. 12 Outgo County Before Joteph White, Jinl Judet in the tovn of Cherry Falley. Joel I. Spencer, Aug 25 City of Tny Befort WiSitm L. Marty, Esq Obadiah Finch. Aog. 24 Jonathan Parks. Aug 17 Samuel D. Phillipi, July 30 Befiirt the Recorder. I era an Becker, Aug 17 . . . Befort Judge Bud. John Sampson. Sept 12 Otwnaaga County Before Joshua Fornussxjlrit Jxutgtxnvnonaage. ' Dswis Kennedy. Sept. 1 1 ' ' William Hutchinson, An; 14 - Michael B. Hutchint, Aug. 4 . Eiekiel Chapman. July 28 WistAtngfon County Before Anthony I. Blanch i..:. . ra, in tuuem. Joel Btssit, and Abram Berry, Aug 17 .. Ewkiet E. Sennet, Ang 27 William Crightou, SepL 5 Ira Bragg, Aug. 7 ' Before Jt. C. Mertindale. ' Joseob Wickes. A or 15 Saratoga county Before Salmon Child, fir it juage, tn fjreenneia. Stephen W. Palmer, Sept 18 John Scott, A us 12 before Jama M'Creti, Etq. " Andrew Stewart, jun. Sept 25 G waste county Before John H. Jones, firt Judge, Letetiler. .. Edmund Hinckley, Oct 1 Asa Fitcb, Sept 2 Daniel Dye, Aug 31 John Valentine, Oct 2 John Morton, Sept 8 ' run Phillip, Sept. 21 Biiael Sberwin, Aug 10 Milton Fox, Johnson Bedalt, and William Tanker, Aue - 15 Linm Peck, and Alfred Peinheo, Sept. 19 . Hudton Ctry before J. D.Montll. John M. Lather, Sept 4 Jamet Palmer, Aug 28 Motet Burr, Aug 21 i John Dewey, Aug. 14 Jacob Delamatter, Aug. 8 Smith Cattle, July 31 Charlet G. Irish, Aug 12 John Hunt, Aug. 6 Columbia County before John I. Miller, Est Eptirora r Blank, Aug 31 Peter Yaeer. Aug 8 ' C ienange county - Befort Obadiah German, Etq ' vijSattcich. . - Arthur S. Deteng, Sept 3 Xontfomery county Before Alexander Sheldon, tot Judge in Charleston. Stephen B. Dey, in Charleston, Sept 5 Petor Brown, Aug 15 ' Peter N. Quockenbott, Sept 12 Abraham Van Duren, Sept, 5 Henry B. Vrooman, Aug 8 1 John Alonl any e, Aug. 1 Stfubtn county - Before Thomai M'Burney, frt Judge,inPaintcd - Patt. David Cbace, Ang. 8 Oneida county, Before Jfathan iVtlUams. tilcater Haxen, Sept. 12 . Klijth Adtit, Sept. 5 Joteph Turner, Aug. 15 Orange county Before Tfatltanll. While, Etq. At GotKin. Jacob Randall, Aug 29 John M 'Carter, Jr. Aug. 8 Jamet M. Map - , Aug I ' j.beafier S.M'Garrah, Aug I Jacob A. Tryon, Aog 1 Thorn a Ediall, Aug 3 Jamet Walker. Aui I Schoharie County, before Win. Betkman, Etq at oharan. Caleb Morey, Aug 27 George Almy, Aug 27 . Jeffenon Count... Befort IT , D. Fori. Samuel Miller, Oct 3 Kira Tyler, Sept 1 Kphraitn Carey, Aug 10 Zeual Carey, Aug 17 Itaac Corn well, jr. Ang. 12 Morrii Burtch, Sept. 10 Nathaniel Whitney ,Aog 1 Befort Judge Cole. Anemtui SackeU Sept. 14 IVorren County before Wnu Hobard. Itaac Smith, Sept 19 Kdward Fuller, Srpt 15 Sulluan County, before H'xlliatnA. Thompton, Etq at Thompton. Benjamin Rnmtey, Aug 28 beste K. Bowert, and Johu Marthall, Aug. 31 franklin County, before A Won Man, Etq. Henry CUey, Sept 19 Robert Cooper, Aog 10 Before ff. IV. Howtil, Etc. at Ctuutndaigva. Philip B. Jnckton, Sept 19 Samnel French, Sept 5 Roiwell Drisgi, Aug 10 Jamet Stoddard, July 31 Chnlon County, befort PUny Moore, Etq. Pliny M. Rogers. Aog. 11 Clinton Before H. ti. FTalvorlh. John Blcecker, Sept 12 Before H. LI. IVoAeoulh, Etq. Marcnt Heading, July 31 Cayuga County, before Judge Miller. Victory Tonttey, Sept 7 " CorUaxdi Count!,, before Judge Keep. Henry Jacoby, Au. 27 W illiam M orton, J sly 29 ff CMltVi fort Zeltu Catking, Etq. William Olney, BepU 19 John Keeny, Auf.as jju Cunty - B.fore rjfingham Laurence. WUUam Bennett, Sept 8 John Griffin, Aug. 3 1 f Counly - tx - for. SOat Slow. Jared Topping, Jly King, tomnty, before Wm. fW ,.. Peter Baation, Aog. 3 - Broome County, b'fort judge Drake. Aleiaader Decker, bept ti " Jamet Wiltiam Jr. Sept. 5 i William Cooper, A as 15 Atn fimirh, July 30 St. Lawrence County, before JuAst Ft Henry 1 Wooliey, Oct. 6 ' Amu Underwood, Sept. 14 " lata Tbnmat, Aug 8 - Itekiel Kimball, Aug. 15 ' utnmmBiort IL Oarruon, Etq. W Jlua Brcwiter, Ang 17 'eZeniulaeT county, before Judge Mttterf. . ' Anthony Breet, Aug 19 . v u . : . Henry A.Lake, Aug 12 , : .. - ; Before David Buel, jun. ' . Darit Packard, Ang. 8 ", ' ' John I. Weatherwai, Sept. 9 tautaraugua - Brfire Timothy H. Porter, Etq LoochMarth, Sept 14 - Schenectady, beftrt O. Cleveland. Jamet Sward, Aug 25 ' Wetl - Ckater Lory, before Caleb Tompkins. Itaac Brown, Aog 1 Tompktn County, before John Sutton. Daniel Benjamin, Sept. 22 . Delaware Count before itaac Ogden, Etq. Pniaeat Howlaod jr. Ang 25 Greene County, b'fort Motet i. Cantiiuu , Jamet Harrington, Aug 31 Dutchttt Count Befort Jamt Emclt, Etq. Laurence HaUtead, Aug 55 CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL and MER CAM ILE ACADEMY. jlTESSRS. KELLY & TUOMY rcipectfutly it L inform the pnblic, that they have lately commenced thin establishment in the large and airy rooms. No. 475 Pearl ttreet lew doors from the comer of Chatham ttreet. Thir court of education compriset the Greek. Latin. French, nod Enrliih luneoaget: Composition, History, Geography, the us 01 the Globes, Book - Keepiur, Arithmetic, with the oth er practical branches of the Mathematics. Youns Ladies hate a room appropriated to themselves, where they will be tantbt a regular course of female education, together with plain and ornamental jNeeille - work, iy a lady ol exemplary conduct and lone experience in that depart ment. Reference to Robert Aurain, P. M. and N. P. Columbia College. ' 1 ATt.rtT tiKAMHAHCAL MIKUOIU Zett. Kelly & Tuomy beg leave also to inform the public, that their Grammatical Mirror it now completed and organised, and that they am prepared to undertake its application to the duties of instruction. The Grammatical Mirror is a machine constructed on such principles, and actuated by such laws, as to exhibit a manifest representation of all the parts of human speerh, in all the variety of their inflections and all the diversity of their combinations ; it is calculated to impart information more expeditiously than words, whether conveyed by writing or by ut terance : letters ami sounds are the arbitrary symbols, not the resemblance of ideas ; but the Grammatical Mirror presents au exact imitation of the agent with its cases, of the object with its passions, of thoir substitute with it genders and persons, and of the action with its manners, and its times. The other parts of speech will make their respective appearancet iu the revolutions of this extraordinary machine. It is no less useful to the teacht - r than to the popil 1 and while it expedites the progress of the one, it will facili tate the labor of (he other. Should any person object to the practicability of itt application.they challenge the investigation of opposition : tliey cannot content to an indiscriminate inspection : but any person wh shall be qualified to discust its merits tbey are willing to admit, and prepared to answer hit objections. 1 hough duty forbids them to acknowledge their own inferiority vet, they rely not on their diligence and zeal ; others may have as much s they rely not on their erudition and , talents, other may notbave less 1 but they rely 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 bough they entertain no doubt of its supe rior general utility, they conceive that for such as cannot afford much time for study, or whose different employments, must confine them to interrupted and desultory lectures, it must possess peculiar advantage. Several literary characters, who have inspec. ted this machine, have been equally astonish ed and delighted, and doubt not that experience will realise tlie matt saniruine expecta tions that are entertained of its advantage and success. Under these' impressions the proprietors of the (rrummaUcal Jhrror recommend it to pub lie notice, and tbey are not more desirous of acquiring - , than they are etmndent of securing the patronage of the public. fi. B. They have tor general convenience determined to deliver evening lectures, from half past five till half past seven, on any of the abovementio'ned branches of literature. J 10 1m A KEYED HARP. J A. GUTTWALDT respectlully invites . the amateur of music to inspect at his Piano - Forte Manufactory, No. 75 Maiden lane, a musical instrument that perfectly equals the harp in sound and far surpasses it in point cf easy treatmtnt, as it it played like the piano by means 01 keys, and consequently has all the advantages of brilliant modulation ; the only one in the United State. Alto, an elegant Piano - Forte ol fine tone, musical variety and workmanship. wnn to assortment, oiaincrt:ni Kinds, whose good qualities have been testified by the undersigned eminent professors : wetne subscribers, protestors of music, do certny, that we nave careluliy examined Mr. J A. Guttwaklt's piano - fortes, which, lor ingtnui ly and excellence nf workmanship and uniform brilliancy of tone, we deservedly recommend to public patrooage. Messrs. utiles, Ktienue, Kd Meets, C. Thibault, Charles Gilfert." J 7 THE GRAMMATICAL BAR. T1HE importance of a correct knowledge of L Grammar, is too much acknowledged to need comment. 1 he unsettled and desultory manner, in wbi b it is taught in common schools. is highly exceptionable. To have arbitrary rules and definitions parrotlike committed to memory, learned and conned ny rote without commeol 01 elucidation, is round to be generally void nf utiu ty ; inr so long as tne prim j pies 01 rules are noi understood, tbey can never be applied to actual use. Under tuch iropre sions and influenced by a desire to promote to useful a branch ol education, the subscriber propose a remedial svstem. tn . L. . 1 I . . r . . 1 uic unucnamnB;, uiey are conscious 01 no oilier motive, than the promotion of a branch of knowledge, which is ho indispensible pre requisite in every other. I he subscribers anticipate oiany biectiofis to so complete a deviation trom the antiquated track, which custom has long since sanctioned as the most eligible : but, to obviate them, they ak a thorough and candid investigation of its principles. It is a dictum, that without a knowledge of the reasons on which laws are made, no one can knew the law. A conviction of its truth formed the most powerful incentive to toe invention 01 trie urammatical liar, w rich conveys to the mind through the medium of the eve t he reasons, tbe whys, and the wherefores. To oe snort, 11 employs the perceptive faculties, tbe learner acquire a babit of attention, his judge ment is exercised, and he advances with ease and delight. The subscribers have takea a convenient room in Fulton - stteet, No. 139, where chil drea, young ladies and gentlemen may acquire a or ret t knowledge of English grammar iu sixty hours. A correct knowledge of parsing will be givea to new beginners ; if not, no nay will be required. A new class to begin on Wednesday. J. DKUYViV, jun. E.D.CROSSFIELD. If. B. Young gen lie men. who have been in structed in the snort term of sixty boars, will be presented lot examination each day at 5 o'clock. r. ni. ecnojart received and instructed at any hour from 0 o'clock A. M. to 10 o'clock P. M. Terms of tuition made known at the above men tinned room. J 20 1m To Southern and other Gentlemen. rpuBK bold a power - J. fui Bay Horse, 6 years ota, 10 itands high, perfectly sound, unquestionably tbe finest Horse in the citv for a tingle Horse carnage of any description. To a b Genlifnn wsntinv tft pn, IA'IIL? and tatety, this Horse r.J,'lb.V"flobK' b - ws first rate mover L - " weigot. .:.n ?" 41 litorj, Walker - ttreet, Mr Broadway. Jy20 lw VALUABLE REAL E3 T., FOR SALE, IV TVS CITY OF KIW - tORK. i - 7IVE loU of ground on the west aide of Green ' wkh - etreet, between Vestry and Desbros Four do in the rear tj the above, fronting on ineeast side of Washington - street, by uu. Fight do in the. block beiotr, between Wash iftgtoaand West - streets. . In Montgomery County. ' - 8000 acres of Land in Lawrence' purchase, near East Canada Creek, on the north - side 01 themobawK. In Franklin Coantv. 15,162 acre of Land, in the towns of Mount morns and fayton. In Essex County. 7832 acres of Land in the town of Barry more In the County of Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Caaterlaod, diastasis Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 acres in Palmer's purchase. Enquire at the ofiice of (he subscriber, 34 Ce dar - strceL BEV. ROBIN30S. mh 17 tf , SAUAL - LK'b PATENT KAZOll STROP. You that wish to thave with ease, Buy of Savndkes if you please ; Hit Rator Strop's, peculiar such, Thsit slinrpstlm Raxor with a touch. GSAUM)F.RS respectfully solicits those . who hare not got his Paten Razor Strop, to furnish themselves with las new invented Ka tor Strop, and Metallic Composition, tin sen tleman who once makes trial of one of the Strops now offered, will evertry any others; and such is weir formation, that ever so mutn nse will not give tho razors that roundness which renders the best of them useless, and which it well known always to follow the application of all those hither - loinvrniru. 1 oe aoove strops are in pepeini use in New York, and are distinguished from all others. Barbers who have used them say more in their praise than I can myself. 18 Wall - stretL Also for sale, Razor. Soap, and every uten sil for Shaving, of the first quality, with a tnpe - rior assortment of Perfumery. Hair - Powder, lie. from Smyth's, New Bond street, London. N. B. The most liberal allowance made to dealers. my "2 ONE UUNDREO DOLLARS REWAKU. M1SSI.XG from the gallery of the American Academy ol the Fine arts, TWO MIMA. TIME PORTRAITS, the one a gentleman's, set in gold, ornamented with pearl and richly finished on the back, radiated from the centre ; the other a iedy's, without setting, but fixed in a plain casing. The above reward will he paid by WILLIAM UUNLAP, Esq. keeper 01 the American Academy of the Fine Arts, on deliver ol the above miniatures tn him, at his painting rooms, in tin New - York Institution, or at his bouse, No. 59 Leonard street : or, if the gentle man's picture alone is so delivert - d, the painting uniniurea, seventy aoiiars win ne taia 10 ine per son who delivers it ; and in like manner, for the ladies miniature alone, the painting unininrcd. thirty dollars. The money will bt - paid on delivery of the pictures, and no questions asked. Jewellers, Watchmaicprs and others, to whom these pictures, or the retting nf the gentleman's picture, may be offered for tale, are particularly tolicited to be on their goard, and give notice as above. By order of the board. ALEX. ROBERTSON, Sec'ry. J13 2w WAN TED, u lad aboot 14 years of aee, at tn apprentice to the printing husincss. Apply at the corner of Nassau and Spruce - sts. Jy FOR the above troublesome 11ml oltcn luUl complaint, Hamilton's Elixir is offered, with a confidence inspired by twenty years successful exiieriment. A iinrte trial will uruve thMitdii Irdjjes andevacuntes the tough viscid phlegm or mucus, strengthens the weakened vessels ol the lungs, sheathes the acrimonious humour which irritates them, and hnally discharge it. Thus striking at the root of the disorder, tne symptoms are of course effectually and permanently conquered ; the reverse nf common medicines, which weaken the constitution, and give strerg'h to the disoMer, for the sake of moderating for the present some of its painful effects. TO PARENTS, who have children afflicted with this dreadrul malady, this is a discovery of the first magnitude, as it affords immediate re lief, checks tbe progress, and ina short time entirely removes the most croel disorder to which children are liable. The elixir is so perfectly a - gree utile, and the dose so small, that no diflicul'y arises in taking it. ue particular to askror Hamilton's Mixir, imitations of which are offered to the public, but none are genuine without tbe signature of H. L.e. 1 For sale at LEE'3 medical warehouse, No. 46 Mkiden Lane, nnd by every respectable Drug gist in New York. J 10 MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE CITf OV REW - T0RK. (The oldest Institution for Insurance against firt in this city,) PiSURF. against Lost or Damage by Fire, Dwelling Houses, Ware Houses, Buildings in general. Merchandize, Shirs in port and tneir Cargoes, Household Fumi'ure, and every description of personal property, on tei.ns as favo' rante as similar iiiiuuiuuii, iu uiiulhv. 1'his Company is incorporated :olely for the nn r nowt of iniurine araintt losses hy fire, and has circumscribed its operations chiefly within Ibis city and immediate proximity. In addition to the Capital Slock. 500.000, which is secured by bond and mortgage onrea estate and public stocks, this Company possesses a handsome surplus uinii, invested in tine man ner : parties assured may therefore repose the fui lest confluence in ine touoiiy 01 us capuai, ami that any losses or damage will be settled with promptitude and liberality. The different rates of premium and conditions of Insuranteare uniform with those ofthe oher Fire Insurance Offices in this city. 1'he public are referred for particulars to the printed proposals in circulation, and which may be bad 00 appneauon at ;o. bt vt an street GABRIEL Ft' RM AN, President, JOHN PINTARD, Secretary. may 23 WANTED, WlflTE girl or woman to do the cooVing, Xt esc. in a small family, consisting ot toi grown persons, livirtr in a pleasant part of tli city t she will have the assistance of a littl girl and a boy. None need apply without good recommendations. Apply at this office. J 16 tf . JEWELLERY. WA'l CHEs. tic. CASE of sundry Jewellery, fine Cutlery CX. silver ItonUrganl rutin watches. Dressing Cases and Ladies Work Boxes. 2 cases Ladies Corsets assorted. For tale by J. LAMBERT, Je 24 - - 3 Coortlaad street. WET .WttSE WASTED. ""VNE with a good supply of milk, and who J can produce satisfactory tektimoniilt of diameter, tc. will meet with encouragement, by applying at MRS. SAIOLEItS, . J 10 tf No. 36 Broadway, - . - i POST COACn '"AW STEAM - BOAT LlSE, run rmiaut.L,rniai ' ar wat or kmc akthtoww foist (Through in One Day. J ANEW Line of Post Coaclies witfaevery convenience for passenger and baggage, on Springs, starts from the Coach office, No. 1 Courtland - street, near Broadway. New - York, every morning, (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, in the Steam Boat AUIanta, via Elisahethtown, Bmniwick. Princeton, Trenton nd Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the tame aucmoon, m 4 o'clock. A second Line of new Post Coarheo will start from New - York every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalun - ta, lodge at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelphia, in a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Farv 5 dollars. P. S. Passengers ate requested to call and take their Seats ut the oaic no. 1 l.'oiirtlnnrf - ,!. N. Y. Unitt - d States Mall Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience for patseugert una oaggage, on springs. The U. a. mail coach will start from the coach office, No. 1 Courtlandt - st. New - York, every day at 2 o'clock, r. .M. and arrive at rnii adelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 pas senders admitted. For seats intlie above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD. M the old estaolished Coach, and Steam Boat office, No. 1 Court Inndt - stieet. near the corner of Broadway, New York : or to A. T. GOODRICH S to. wo. IM Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, and at No. 53 Whitehall - street. New - York. (CT - AII goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. joatm bo, cu.a w. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je 14 SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, fob rniuiriKi.rniA, i.r . DO" Le new - iork rt Z evei ummingtsunuuy'sex - rcepted) at ll o'clock, and ar - 'rive in Philadelphia next publick house are good, and reasonable in their charges. The drivers, horses andcoach - es are not interior to any others now running be tween these two cities. J be neauuiul country, and the excellence of the roadsonthit rout, connected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expfnees, are beleived to be strong inducements to travellers in giving this line a decided prefer, enre. 'Che strictest attention will be observed by the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will gn at the risk ol the owner unless insured and receipted for by the clerk of said office. Stage fare only $5, with a generous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, way engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by apply iug one dav previous to starting. For teats apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courllandt - street, New - York. LYON, SONS, tc CO. ap 2 Proprietors. UNION LINE 1 OR PHILADtl.l'lllA Twenty - five miles land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new pn,t coaclies $5 1 u good stages 4 50 Do torfcattle or deck passengers, 3 50 Connected by the ttenui boats ouve branch and rnLADKi.raiA. The steam - boat Olive Branch will leavts New York every day, Sunday's excepted, from the north side of the Battery, at It o'clock, A. M. Passengers will lodge at Trenton, and take the steam boat 1'hiladel - uliia. so as to arrive in Philadelphia at 10 o'clock the next morning, in time to take the Union Line Baltimore steam boats. This line has a connection with the best boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk; at also those of the North River and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated to cause lit tie. if anv delay. This is a speedy ana certntnry tne most conve - ient roate. at the passengers will leave New torn alter tne oanaaepen, ana arrive minua - delphia before the hours of business, without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the land carriage being much less than by any other route between the two cities. For seats io the above line apply ' WILLIAM B. JAQUES, At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketfield street, north tide of the Battery, between Greenwich and Washington streets, or to The C A PTAIN on board. 03 All goods and baggage at the risk of the oivner. ap 4 NO I ICE. For the further accommo dation of the puhlic, the de - partore ot the rirerty from New - York and Newburgh will be in luiure on tne luiiowmg oay : Crave New York on Monday, Wednesday and faturday, at 9 A. M. Leave Newburgh on 1 ursi av. nidav and sunnay at o a. m. Tin above arrangement will commence hy the Firefly leaving Newburgb on Sunday, tbe 24Ui May. The Western Stage leaves Newburgh in. me diately after the arrival oftlie Firefly. my TZ KASrOW AWU BETHLEHEM HEW LINK, VIA KKW - BHCNIWICK. ff (CT" Passenger will leave us 1 rj SN'ew - York every Ainuday - nil ml Q f""1 r,(,ay l OXIOCK, i 1 vi. m the steam boat Olive lirarich ; lodge at New Brunswick ; leave there early next morning, and arrive at Easton at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Returning, leave easton every Monday ana rrinay, at a o'clock. A. M, lodge at New Brunswick ; arrive at New York at ID o'clock next morning, in the steam boat Olive Branch. 1'he stage connected with tins line is a good four - horse stage. rasage trom IN. Brunswick totaston, 53 50 rin. L'.. niv. 1. 1 r r - r - iu (he above line.apply to WM. B. JAQUES, at the t'hiladelrhta. Union Line steam - Boat Office. north side 01 the battery. KUUEKi lei son, rropnetor. Jel3tf r Vi PHILA DhLPHIA, Via ELIZA B ETH - IOH'.Y POIXT. I'OSl - COACH LINE, Thrtnigh in a dny and by day - light, LEAVES New - York in the steam - boat Ata - lanta, from the foot of WbitehJl - street, near the Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquire at No. 1 Courtlandl - ftrecl and No. 53 Whitehall - street, at which places seals may be taken. Je20 tf 1 AArf MUSIC. J VST puUihed and for rale at WILLIAM DU BOIS' piano forte and music store, NV 126 Broadway, Thine am I my faithful fair ; the soldier's bride ; and from childliood's dawn to noon of youth a; sung by Mr. Philipps. Ah caa I e'er forget thee love The celebrated echo song The inspiration, rat red melody Th Saxon air, with variations, by Cramer Haydn's celebrated conionet, My mother bid. me bind my hair, at a lonrio Twenty tour sooal. - .i, for young performers, by N. H. Challonrr The Saxe Coboorg waits, wilh variations The Serbia Walts The storm rondo, hy Stcibelt Je 12 tCsB, 7X1 I'M. Hisil The three ttory brick bousej So. Wiiiker ttrest. , Efjcioreat . . J 14 ?w No. 67 Tine street. dav to dinner the JUS SQVA'D STEAM BOA T - LIJi E, . , The propnetorsa wnh a gX . - "f . 1 view of accommodating the r . ,1 ... twtpuhlic, by extending the line iinrwiui, imruu umHia the eapenmcnt with tlie Fulton, Cafit. Law, and this route (If found practicnble) will be continued during tlie season. Tbe line will in future he from New - Tork to Norwich, as follows : The Connecticut, Capt Bunker, will leave New - 1 or k every Monday. Wednesday and Pridiy, at 8 o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Haven. The Fulton. Lapt Law, will leave Aorwich at 0 o'clock in the morning of the sama days, touch at A etc - London and depart from thence for jveuhHattn at o o'clock. The boaUwil! meet at Atw - rforen, and depart from thence every Monday, It ednrs - dny and Friday, at 7 o'clock iu the evening the Connecticut lor Ai - York, and the Fulton for ftew - l.ondrm and Jfotuith. nihl7 NKWfcVMUM tUili lAOAKKAIUCA StAllkl AbK' . . TRRXK TIMK8 A WftKff. . r I EAVES Newburgh ew Aiwjf ir'" rf Sunday, T uesday, &r3S.giiituiti 1 hursday mornings, at ri m,'mi ffjli - f ir, t nDt (hrottgh Mootgomtry, Bloomingburgh, Monticelln, by White Lake, Coshecton, Mount Pleasant, Great cenu, Chenango roint,Owega, ItLica, and Oe - neva, toCanaudaigua. Returning leave Canamtaiirua every Mon day, M'eJtiesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third day in time to take tlie Steam - boats which arrive in New - York the following morning. f7 It may be expected that at all times uhen the tteam - bvats alter their days cf running, tiiat this fine tnll alter so at to meet them. The whole route will be perfomed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and from the first of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until tlie first of May, in four days and from the 15th December, un. til the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from tiience to Canandaigtia in four days. Passengers travelling" from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or liuft'alo, can leave N. York in tlie evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in tin te day t a distance of three hundred miles. 1 he line is well furnished with eood, new carriages ; good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every attention will be paid to render the passage of tlie traveller safe, easy and expeditious 1 and it is believed that tlie accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. try FAKE trom Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. Is. A branch of the same line runs three imes a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owcgo Tioga Pointy thence through Newtown and Tainted Pott, to Bath, arc. , RACCAGE, as usual, at the risk ofthe owners. I avid Godfrey, Blnotninghurgh.'l E. C. St. John, Mount Pleasant, I . L. & R. Manning, Chenango, IProprie - Luther Gere, Itluca, f tors. Samuel C.retnliff, Geneva, I Oliver Phelps, Lansing, J mh 14 d6m THK yit.JiM - bO. - t f iAl..iTA, FOR. ELIZA b ETH TO W N POINT, LEAVES N. York each day, Sundays except - ted, from the foot of White hall ..reti mar the Battery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. : leaves Eliza - bethtown Point at 8 o'clock A. M. and half past 12 o'clock and ball past 4 o'clock P. M. Je SO tf AUH J'll HWhit s rt.AM - liUA J is, teStfi GO" On the 11th of May, I TV commenced running four yi iniwif 1 times a week. A Boat ssk - - !!. New - York on Tuet - Oav, aiu cioca, A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M; r riday, at a A. ai. and eaturdav, at 5 l. M. ol each week ; and a boat leitytt Albany on Monday, Wtdnasday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M The Fire - Fly leave New - York on Tne tday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for Newburgh, and returns on Monuny, Wednesday and I ridav, ai n .M. Je 2G rVH SALV, A farm of between sixty nod seventy acres, situate on the west bank ol Lake Otsego, an ! O'.e mile from tbe village of Cooperstown. On it aie a uew stone house 54 feet square ; a new larm house, barn, &c. It forms a desirable es tablishiuent for a gentleman wishing to retire into the country, as its situation, at 10 prospect, convenience to uiarkut, bic. is not surpassed by any in the interior ol tne state. It will be sold low for caih, on a credit, or exchanged for pro perty in tins city, goods, kc. Apply to II. 1) It R. SEDGWICK, my 7 tf Law Buildings. JOHN HEWITT still resides at No. 242 Water ttreet, where he has a very handsome and fashionable assortment of Cabinet Furniture on hand, which he will warrant to be of the first quality. He solicits his New York and southern Iritndsto give hiiu a call, as he flatter himself they will not lie disappointed. Orders executed at the shortest notice. Je 22 tf WHOOt - iNG COUGH. D' OCTOR SCOTl'S Pectoral Mixture, whiib is a safe and effectual remedy lor the whooping cough. It is only ten years since it wasotfeied to the public, and some thousands of children, both in England and Scotland, have inters cured by it, alter every othermedirine had been used without enect. It is held in tbe high est estimation for its excellent and salubrious virtues. It promotes gentle perspiration,, re' moves viscid phlegm by an easy and safe expec toration, and is highly salutary to the lungs ; it strengthens and delcnds the stomach, gives greater liberty of breathing, and productive most safe, salutary and happy itfects, by prevent ing those distressing and convulsive couehs, to which thousands of individuals, in conse quence of neglect, prematurely fall a sacrifice. It is not by exciting a temporary stimulus nf relief in those violent paroxysms that its quail ties are manifested, but by effectually remov mg those distressing symptoms, by giving vegour to the weakened frame, and renovated htalUi to the a true tea individual. Sold wholesale and retail, by R. Robertson, Aputtu rary, No. 62 Broad way, and J. C. Mori - son, Drue - gelt, No. 183 Greenwich - street, N. York. Dniirgests throughout the United tates, may be applied with the Pectoral Mixture, at either of the above places, at the lowest wholesale price, Jy 7 2m A HORSE WANTED. A GOOD active Horse, about six years old. Ill is wanted chiefly as a gig horse, in which harness be must be perfectly gentle. A Bay would be prefered. Apply at No. 34 Greenwich - streeL J 6 WANTED, 2 to 15 yean GIRL from 12 to 15 years of age, of good character and steady habits, to assist 10 a , 1. .. " A I . - I ...... tairHy Apply at 74 Leonard - street. Je89 HUHSk.SAAU CAHHL.UL tOH SALE, a;: PAIR of likely, active black Horses, seven ears old. Thty match in spirit aud gait. are fait trotters, and in excellent condition tor a journey. Also, a liht Coachee, in excellent order. Inquire at .Uis office. Jyl 6t HOARDING tCIIUOL. HHE MIS3 BENNETTS have opened a J hoarding school for vnunsr InHirn. nn Ihr south tide of Powlet Hoc k, in a situation very healthy, and although convenient to the city, quite retired. The usual Enrliih branches aod AeedlewniK, r rench. Music, Dancing and Draw inr, are taupht, by tliemselvrs or ty approved maiiera. ror icrsn otr. apply to nir. U. I GREENE, 24 WaU - ttrett, or at the school. J 14 tf '11 W O or Uiree single gentlemen can tc haiHj - 4 - (omely acouimodated with board at No. Broadway, J 6 1m A stiaetfajag pabfjeknew ksw to !ia. '?,. . " t , , .tween thing feat Mr. V7 . " DOCTOR HORNE.fbrmerl, Jrfttecttraf London,' aumher of tha acsillw of n!iVi, aad turgery there. drm. it. LJ t lwratoweoreTvatioiis ot tie abuse of MERCURY a r rash, inditcriiuinitta ..j . tive of luCmte miwhi.r ' WvTc sand ne awwally mercurialiied out of exti .nee. Tbe diasy we have i. view owe. iu f. tal result chiefly to this source. What a niit that a young man, the hope, 0f his counUy, aj the darling of his parents, should be snatcLid . way from kM the prospects and enjoymeuU of li by the conseqnence. of one unguarded mor 7 and by a diseasa not in its own nature fataL.i wluch only prores to from neglect or Wron.. tnatuMfliL" A gentleman, (mu D,! ffi?' Hent) now perfectly heary and well, had hi - J under plij sicians of genernl practice, eiTrtS and repeatedly talivati d ; when recomBl1a!J?, Dr. H. (by atleman of thi. citOfcutSiit weie carious, and his flesh dropping from tw his frieuds declared be could not possibly turr ' two months longer. Thousands experiWntaiil know with what ease and safety Dr. HtrVdT cates the severest case, and confirms tiV.r..'" tubon. The Doctor's plan (advertiting) cessary to guard the public against the anaie i mercury, and other fatal delusion, held fo.ih Persons, therefore, having contracted a dk! vale disorder, or suspecting latent powon. Z admonithtdnot to tamper with their contUi tion, or conceal the disorder, till pait JzV1 ry othershaviug the remains of an old d,. or other impurities ofthe blood, atwellasoiB er complainU of a delicate nature, in tiUi sex. should rememlr pottcnty, and do laX'.' to their consciences, by making apiihra n! to Dr. II. at hi. old and respeitaKu?! lishment, No. 64 Water - street, fcw houses w. of Old - s!is to obtain thnt prompt assistance . lone taU ulatcd tb prevent t.tclosure. X,d L. let me claim yourwiious ittemion Rememh a tu,rCcial cure i no cure at all ; unless tl Si! smessi. radically done, yon will certaiidy h. he disorder break out again with redonhled m. hgntty, at some future peiiod ; perhaps tlien will he mo late for remedy.' Don't inn W - l " the trets miserable, tnutrlated beings, wiihoii even a hit ol nose on their fare T.f Jlz. . I beseech you. v - u.8, Dr. H's. character for skill nt .s..i.k ..... gri ty being universally known in this city, ,mc. 1 804, guarantee to natientt thai Ai;Jl - .r.' ciecy hitherto unknown, and having confined hi l"alu" pasi, exclusively to the cure ol diseases of the blood svrtem. tiwv m,Tr.lv culate on the most dcciJed advautaiees in coa. suiting Dr. H. Gleets eradicated in tw or three weeks. Strictures removed without boueiesnr..i.. er instrument ; and all rtthililict; likeaie li oiu uii - erBiioos, usiuia - s nc, A plurality of offices are provided, and to titt - itrd tlurt patients are not exposed tne.nh ml... . observation. Open till half past 9 in tlie avenuu. All petsons concerned are invited to be free calling, and siienking with Dr. 11. which is h. of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid tL txprestion of gratitude for ionomerablv rei on - mendations, aad for the derided preference (it it presumed with just cuuse) long given him by a judiciuus puhlic. i. n. aii letters roust oe post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 Ur YJ - AlhEH tfL'ACn A HI' A OH IMPVSl - TIOJY. lR. EVANS' superirt JLmetliod ofcuricgaeci. tain Disease, isnowunivc: sally acknowledged iath s city ; hit mode of treiUwi I penecuy mito, sate, iicuuious, ana uis cnarg s reasonable. In every ii stance h warrants a tut, and will return the navWta doe III i"f iu.rfnrm rn K a A ;to contract. Tne strictest secrecy always obsemd. ' There are many persons in this city and its vi cinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, snch as cancers, old inveterate ulcer, scmtalt or kings evil, fistulas, diaeaaM t tbe arettrf, bladder voa aKiBses, otu cuuipimiea comp.auns of a certatn nature, bilious aad ther ehttiw lions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider inci rable, tbey con certainly le cured (in genera') byapplyinratDr.EVANS'S Medk - aiStore, NsJ 9, Perk - slip, having practised in exWhsis hospitals in Europe 13 years, undrr soue of ib first Surgeon and Physicians in tbe world, sb4 made those obstinate diseases bis constant strdy for 30 years. Oct II AFRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall street, geotle - . ut n's dressing room, has for sal a few Ka - xort of Damask Steel, made by tbe celebrated Marguiu, of Paris. He has also received an at sortmenl of tlie best English Razors, which h warrants good. If proved to tlie contrary, money refunded. Mr. FKUMENTO returns his sincere thanks to his customers, and the public io general, for their very liberal patronage, and solicit a coa - tinuance of their favours. He has likewise procured a very fine Hone, aad engages to restore razors to a very keen edge, and should tbey not cut well be will receive po recompence. ' Gentlemen who subscribe by the quarter, win have their apparatus kept exclusively for lhtn - telves. J'O A COSlSTAkl suply oflai dies Beaver Hats, fresh from the mt oufactoiy, suitable for the southern market, and racked at the m shortest notice, 1st 1 J. WILSON'S, 1G0 Biotdwsy, may f7 TO MASONS. . . - PROPOSALS will be received at ro. Waihington street, for building b0 - !?! reeably with a plan there left, lor a 'en the comer ol the Bowling Green nd 8U street. '" - ELEUAS'l PIAXV hOHTES: OS. WILSON, WMsiden - Lane, hasjurt . .irf i.v il, VrBUL a lane assortment es excellent Piano Fortes, Patent Flute, Flageo lets, bic. manufactured expressly lor Dim J r" menti & Co. London. Also, Piano Forte fctrf in sets , new music, and every article in tn ": tical Une ; instruments taken, in exchange, . mv 19 II lunni ri, iuru. AILS, VICES, ANVILS, c. SO - ""' Cue drawn Rose and Clasp Nails, aiiorua i N rues casks black and bright Vices 3 do hand and ledKe Hammers . - 21W do deck Spikes, from 4 to 8 inches 10 tons bolt and square Iron assorted sites For tale at 81 pine - street, by - - .. - - n ' J 18 HENDERSON & CAIRNS - TO LET. . - A A dry Cellar, under the bouse No, x I'l - street. Enonire of M u rmtft - i . 134 Ptarl - strttl. my 11 11 M L'CV.kllUk ; PRINTED AAD PUBLISHED MICHAEL BLHSllAM k CO. No. 49 VViLi - iAti - aTtYEKT orrom T bA2 Cmx - wwlw - UqvUL... ' - mm

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