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S':.? iVstdtwotlb, 16 Ayi from St En - itlrilm "' "obsse, o O - Smith. llnwler. Humphrey It Hull. virf, nfj - .1 C - Gallilian. Miss J. I.JlrUwf HfeivriL 11. wane, v. u. fnm, high, c ; ltVs' S - " "i.ouite, "" J - Andrew ? I. i .i. l.iirs Mm v. for Philadelphia, i in !0 . ptrfcies, or limon, same day ; Chance, di iiii - !nhia, comfi i; nndtioup Cosuiopo ,,; toiottiisi"'. ..lithe La : . .v.t nladi - ys. . . r.0:0froni Uri'" "!t i - e harbor. At St.Martins, in iNcw Haven, solJ, gr.tlir Pacific, I i m witn mm en. VL. i.,. ITr.Mrr.5l dnvs from Falmouth. Kr iOi " ". V " ' " ..1 ,M ...l Eirir. In II I Jiinl. Pnsseii - wiin run. . - ... - Mrvrt. P. Vaiighaii, f .' l Ijiwirnce anil servant. - nil J - . - ii Spoke ship i - ,. iV.uu ri. Ji leans lor n.ivrr. ' t.uior. Ill lull frnm If:ian. niMfRNd molasses, to rainier & Hamilton soul ' P - "' , c. u ii i n...n a. r - : Jn.G. 0. k S Hon land, Goodhue k Co. Bai - '', h,iuuI1. and J. Jusecrii Co. Passengers, Ir B. Kirk, J. J.Gebatir, and N.Cheriot. The . - 11'n.rr.. catlil W:iw t.a.fY.1 - . Cn. Uiwlr.n Rir Trader, Brooks, win to sail iic. - .t any lur na - a . .ll.ur eitfil srhr hnil tncl nrrivpH from Loft a nnmliprof visei not recollected Br bri Susan, Dean, 7 days from Bcrnuida, in billaM, to H iCi. Bairliiy. Thrpe iansir. Br brifT Rfijulatiir, l'ilihuch, 2Ti dayt from !) - nuirira, niib ruin, mnr and culler, to 5. J. Mill - Sclir. Fortitude, Swniii, 5 dayf fr. Brandy ine, crn nifal and flour, to Tlios. Bui klt - v i Son. Sclir. Eaclr? Kuasell, C day from Vnshin;;fon, S C. wil'i Duval Morn, to is. tiu . ivenpon On Frldvi wntli of the Hidd - mls, spoke fcdir Cl"w Bnrt.fr. N.York for Wellington, N. C Schr. F.liza Ann, Nrarc, H d.ivs from Porto - Yico, it'i u. - ar, molmJcs if. to J.. I Laliouif'e, Sfhr.Olive - Brnncli, Filicr,25 day from Cur - nroa, with liidi - s, inilio, t - offo and roroa, to A De Mase, T. lnsh. M. L. M. Piexrtlo, H. I len - drick, J - Diola, P. Hart, and W, Warner, lsft, JulyS, ichr Sainl. Smith, for Bait, in 10; chr. Tom, I.ow, for do. do. and schr. FnehiUuip uf Pbi - wait in? cargo. Market dull. Schr. Kliza Ann, Shiiuan, 7 lUyi from Savan - ah, in ballt, with SI pHsengei, lioond to Pro - rirfence. Sailed in co. with bri(T Alonto, for New - I'ork. The brijr America was to shiI iineluv for Providence ; blip l - v:iit, for N. York in '2 days. Spoke a ship going iulVuni Poiliii"nth, N. H. Oo Saiurdn, a Stoiiinslun tclir. liom New - York for Pliilad. , . Sihr Poi - dliontat, Sevbe rt, Philadelpliia, 3, mm ImViagood, kc. to L'llonimiilieu kKiemi. (I. Carter, D.C. Hubbard, K. C. Wo .ilhnll, W i; A. R Lnvter. J. Curt if, Xliouipion li Cliiisnian, u II Fitld Br tchr. Mary - Ann, Bcyra, 13 dayi from 5. John, V B. uith p rinltui - fi, mi S. b. J. llillyi - r t Co. and P. I. Nevius. 13 pns.eiipe n. Schr. Dimnnd, llopkiiifjdduti fiumSt. J.ilin, ". H. iih plati - r and grindiitones, to Ward i: BillHip. SrUr. , Lane, from St. John, N. B. ni;li pienfer. Sluop Susnn, Ward. 16 h.wrn from New Haven, if h uiol and beef, to llie inasler. Sloop Mai ia .Canlf.rlJ, 2 da from Mai tiiii(iic. iir!i HHlae, In U Ai J. 3. iii iuiii - ril. Li ft lit Si. Fieri es, Mh invt. lit if C'orpm.il Trim, Davit, (ikic(ipr, loaded ; I I'Xubrtli, Pm l: umuth, (in: iitite, I'.ulibaid, Midilletown, lomlini;; Triton, Mfiath, juH ar. in 2V d. from N. Orleans : tilir. fanny, Amliew't, Salem; Cnci "d, Uolines. I'ailiiiry ; Alexander, 'I hompson, Bvdii, al ail Lading ! J.M. Monroe, ..ilolk ; .Monroe, ol nuBiii - u, uuiiij nnn, ...ark, n. n.ieii, iu ; ' qoinin rliir, L'.ivis, iir M, limn iN. Haven ; n B.liimoie, ami a Frcdriiek - hm chr ; liii; Cou - linte, Mom - , ho lc.n, dii harming Sloop Venn", from Windsor. .V rS. with plaster Sloop rtemiiiancc, of Bl.ii.cly, 3 davs iioin I'lii - LiW:liia, hound on: (h aid. Sloop C'oniloiiiii, Foxier, 12 dnys from St. An - Jrrwi, niili placer, to ard a Bishop. SUnp Jnoo, l.nin!tr.ir, '2 tl iv s Irnin N. London, ilh uiar, 4iC. to F. Ai D. Ci'iHiid. lUp.blic Mtufjit Otic, .V.Lvmlen,Jultt SI. Ar bri'i 'tlianies, While, ;0 pay from feli;;o. lJi id June, hng II.iiiiihIi, UoldMiiitli, for jSrw - lurk, in .jilayii. June I,ImI. 41, loii. Xb spoke hi? arah, l;nd, 1.1 dnva from iew York lor lintHtock. Jnlv 1", hit Z'J, long, bt', spoke iloop Saity , I'li'in N. Voile for bdooa. July 13, spoke wm'Cyru, from tvton for Havre. UjNy'Phi Smith, '13 davsfr. Belfast. Sailed iuco ith In 14 Sail.ir Boy, ttiddle, tor fhiirid Awte JoueiO, hit. 46, 47,lone.3i, ship Pmsseaii, fu ny I'm Ain't. - rdiim, r Pliilad. Jiilvl. lnt - tl, Ioht SI, un V.ntilijh ling S6 iln v tVnni Wilmin:; - ton, N.C for Lond - isi. July 7;lal - H, .'T. I"ul' U.',."h), s iir. rirln - v.l ester.tin Of - orio 3il davs, for Ito - lon. July 8, Lit. ii, Si, loop. J, 20, shin .liniiii.i, 17 d. Ir. . Yerli, for l.iveipool .lulv 'J, i rii; M"rii, t - 'mith, rat. 40, Ilj, long, bj, , .Vd.iy s Irmu New - )oik frr Bristol, I'm;. July - 1 , ship Pc.iil. M htAin frrm N. York lor Malng.i. Lett, ship Em - nu - .Miti!.la, for Pliil.nl., Ai.ilant'i, cf . Yolk, lur Bull i more ; Knshsh lirip Ann, fee N York. Posto.t, J - .ilv 24. Arrived, sehr Atldrz, Bourne, 28 day fr.im N Orleans, 21 finm the IiiliatS Spoke, 10th insl. lat 28, Ion 79 30, brijijomnitrce. tor N York, which sailed a days after us f. - om the Balir.r, in co with bhip Lipir. forN Yo:k the commerce had spo - ken2days bcfn eofl Malanzas, brigr Adz, Il cli, from Mobile fur Honton, capta.n, nialo atut cre a - U sick, so that the passengers had to do ship's ivrty the Commerce put her mate on board to twist in navigating her. tVrnp Comet, Uradley, 4 days frrm X Y'ork; At quarantine, ship Amazon, SteUon, 34 iLflfroiB Honduras. tsLisT05, July 19 Arrived, sch Charles - ton Packet, Vad, 1 J days from X York. On lie. 2th inst. otl'Capellutteras, spoke sch Ar - avbetLa, Hardwicli, lidays from New York for CU - leston. Sch Express, Aldrich, 8 days from Norfolk. kthe 12th inst. of!" Cape lUtteras, spoke sch Xib, 12 day from N York, bound to cavan - fah. Same day, spoke sloop Factor, 16 days hm N Haven, bound ta Savannah. A brig unknown, and sch Hiram, from New - fork, are in the ofting, bound in. Salem, July 23 Arrived ship Malabar, Capt. Josiah Orne, 106 days from Bombay. Left, April 7, ship Tartar,' Rogers, of Salem, tail in 3 weeks ship Li et;r, Lander, do. o. ship Saco, of Uoston, do; ship Horatio, Bunker, of New - York ready for sea ; brig Fal - Wkof Boston, for Boston.to sail in 10 day. Tlie shin Atlas, Gordon, of Philadelnhia. ar - "Jed at Bombay April 3, from the West coast i sumatrs and Penanp;. Left on the W. coast tte first of March, brir Cnmnmndel Rnr. i.f ?lem ; brig Eunice, Townseml, of do "ship iaie,otao. anasiiip'John Adams. Dowa "S. of Boston. The ship Essex Junior, for N. , sailed ti - om Calcutta .March 1. ..BAiTucnax. July 26. Vrrive - 1 rtinilar tra fctg ship Belvidcra, Hobson, 44 davs from Li - ''rpooi. Sailed m co. with ship Euphrates. York. June 28th, spoke ship Leda, of "omoreior Laverpool, in lat. 47 44, N. long i . July 7Ui, lat 47 48, N. long 4 1 30, W. t" snip KoiHseau. Davidson, of Pluladcl P" for Amsterdam, out 33 days. July 2Jd, wed ship IVIward, ofT New Point. 22d, Poke P.ngli,h brie; Wellington, abreast of the "t CJ "om Jamaica for Norfolk, out 20 days NOTE LOST j'' The public arecnutionrd against receiv - ff.edrawo at sixty day by John Hunt, lor J? "ilars so ci - nts, in la vor of and endorsed by U,!HT"ber' w,,,cn wa 10,1 U,i raomieg As SestM i 'ai(1 3'e " ,hI,Ped ,ue nndef " r iCluiu uul aatne id I'ETER BREWER, Na.3J Depiystcr street. .OThe't; - Ml.CHAMCti' BAK. trr e - iocknoiuen are inionned that Lj - - - ..., "mrpir cent. ut ol Ihe proht for the IUiu1..ri . . . . - . uiotthf, will be paid on the 1st of Augut , PJ order of the President ind Director. iL! W. FISH, Cashier. rT - tor Hiakc - kj and Mobile, jfjjj (one of tha line of packets,) JUT"??,,! - known, fart Sii'.in? schnooer tfkl r ' Crt' Wk! having two thirJ rl.'J taX?1, iU meet with all co 'ntdL.paich. For the remainder, or pv " "S superior arcunmaJatiow, apply to i J... i btUKS K Ht.KKICK. SiCaUes - sl.p. THEATliE. ' SP.CO.YD coxcF.ur. Oa MONDAY EVENING, JUL 27, Will be prevented, A GRAND CONCERT. Leader nf the Hand, Gillingham C raiid Tiauo, Mr. John Bianchi Taylor, from the Kiug'i Theatre, Lol - Joa. PAUT I. Overture Trio, Mctera. IncleJon, Fhilippa and Mr. IIol - nian, "Love J acene muat 1 leave thee." T. Welsh. Song, Mrs. Burke, 41 Jurt like love." Davy. Song, Mr. Philipiw, The Llmd Minalrtl." Bishop. Sou g, M r. Iacledori, Tie La Js of the Villase." Dibdin. Son;, Mr. Holman, 44 Whilst with Village Maid." Shield. Duet, Mr. Iucledon and Mr. Burke, 44 For you my sweet Maid." Shield. Iriih melody, Mr. Phi'.ippf, 44 Soldier1 Bride," arranged by himself. 6'oiig, Mr. Holman, " I'll Devor prove unkind." PART II. - infonie, Haydn ;od, Mti. Burke, 41 0 Dolce Conccnto." Mo - tart. Duct, Mr. Fhilipps and Mr. Holman, " I love thee." BUhop." . oong, Mr. Iniledou, 44 i'ailor' Last Whittle." Shield. 'The Erho Ponj," Mn. Holman, tthoed by herself." I'ishop. Song, Mr. Ihilipi.e," 44 Hail Temple of Liberty." Moore. Song, Mr. Incltdon, " Black Ey'd Susan." Le - veridse. Grand Bravura, Mr. Burke, 44 Joyous Days." fetoracc." Duet, JUettn. Philipps and IncleJon, 44 All's vell." Braham Doors open at 7, and the concert commeuce precisely at 8. BROADWAY CIRCUS, ouOiioOuooon THIS EVEMc;, JULY i7. The rxr lurm.ini e wiil couimeaco with the Grand Military Entry. Mailer Tlioma tv ill on one horse perforin many wonderful feat of horiemunthip. the elegant Spanish liorse llouieo trill, alter t.cigtit?!, attoniah the beholder with a wonderful leap overlhree hnref. .. - ...,' mar t.fr.l crifl 1 1 n r nt n lirit1 it.iina Ir. William will display her anlonulung eijuiuhriumi on the alack wire. Al.iatrr Coly, the ceieirated American hero, will liiitinjniili himielf with many htiliiant lent of horsemanship. 1 ne horse Pantos will perlorra the part or a !i'in 'tic ; he will tit at table, and partake of a cohtiun wit'i his inn'ier. Gi.inU Carnival ol Venice, or men piled upou 11 - en. .Mr. Tatnell, the flvine hnneman, will en it.i'ou.'.h all hit wonilerlnl art of lioneai:insnii, rap uver hat, whip, &c. and conclude hy a a tly e;in tliroiurl. a lKSltaa U lev! Ion", lllk tiori - in full enrrtl. Still Vaulting by the company Clown Mr Caiuphell. The invincible horse Mentor will he seen standio" amidst a shower of Fire Works'. Tickets may he had at the circus, from 10 o'clock, A. M. to I P. M. and from 3 to 5. A place is provided for penp'e of colour. Doors will l opeu at 7 o'clock, and the per - 'oriuaiice commence prtcis - cly at 8. No tiuoaking allowed. Checks not trnnsfer - uhle. Gentli men ure requested uol to enter the ring. THIRD NIGHT OF MR, DWYER'S LECTURE. AT Tam nany Hall, toniorrnw (Tuesday) rveninc, July the 2!lth, 1818, Mr Dwyer will repent his performance ; who, aiisious that the atUodacceoi Indies should be as numerous as posttble, to honor hta exhibition, (which frnm iti'wit, refl.irnient and dei'Cacy ia so well calculated to uiuue Ihrinl iet tiniiy informs his friends and the public that each ticket will henceforward admit a lady and gentleman. In addition to the lecture, the following reod - i'ijs !nd neitaltons. A head of .!'.. hllA L, WASHINGTON, nnl a sketch of his character, iwhiili a comparison will be drawn between Cincipni - .tiis and him ; written by Mr. Dwyer. A Head of and Monody oti the much lamented JCapt. I. awrei.ee; Dryiien's celebrated ode ol Aienoei a rrjsi vr inc. power ui iitu. - iv. I ickitsat 7o ( eott icb. chit'lreu hall price. to Le had at Tammany Hall, theCity Hotel and Bank CofiVe House. Ptrforiaauct torommence Ht 8 o'clock. J 27 2t WET NURSE. ft7" A vaung womuL with a fresh breast of ilk, will hear of a so. - d f itwtion by apo yina &t No. .SO Wurreu - strcet. None need a;ii'ly ex - U:ept they can bring good recommendations. JvZ7 ;n" or S.iLtl, TliebrijT I1EKO. ti.pt. Ma - . - stoii.151 tons, f i ears old, built in Duxbury, She wi.tbe sold vcrv low on a liberal Mast. credit, or exchanged for merchandize. Apply to . fi U. TAI.UM I , J 27 64 ?ooth treet. . For .;.H - OKLh.i.YS, . The brij? M KY ANN.Cipt. Schlor, iiiV i - "1 excellent vessel, about 2 years old. sails very last, and has good accommodations for passengers. She will be dispatched w ithout de'av, aid take what freight and passen gers may offer by the 5lh August ' Apply to the captain on board jit wharf, or to J. U. LAURENCE CO. J 27 Iw 55 Pine - street. ITALIAN SEVM.NG S - lLKS 2 truims, pria cipally blacks and blues, for sale by J 27 p. REMSEN & CO. COl l ON . hales piuue New Oi ) 151 do Upland Cotton, for sale hr i leans trnU 1 23 SAUL ALLEY, 93 P ne street C1UT 1 ON, Sic. 3.U bulcs New Orleans Cot - ' ton, lunding from brig Mary Ann, from New Orleans. In Store. 165 pipes 2d prool Holland Gin.. 19 M 1st do do do 200 pieces Holland Duck 200 bale NOrleau Cotton for ale by N.&D. TALCOTT, J 27 64 south street. 'nURPKN'il.sU 69U bbls oft Turpentine, X afloat, and for (ale by R. It C. W. DAV ENTORT Jtt CO. J 27 3.', Peck - slip. ri ENEItALLY considernd uperior to any o - JI Ujers made iu lircaNKritain: toose sojuai ly famed of Waldron perhaps not excepted. Order for the above article taken by SAMUEL CORP. N. B. It is noiv time to issue for the ensuin; spring, considerable delay iu the execution being unavoidable. jyzi eon tw NEW BOOKS. FOR sale by A. T. GOOCR1CH Jt Co. No. ir4 ItroadWHV. Tuckey's Expedition to the river Zaire, Svo. price x mi. Brownie ol Codsbeck, 12ioci. 1 del. Zuibh, 50 cents. Anect'otes of tie life of Bishop Watson, 8vO price 2 7i. Women, 2 vol. 2 dol ; Queen's Wake, 1 dol Moore's Irish Melodies, 7 i cents. I.II Konkli. with plates. 1 75. Citrisde's History ol the late War in Canada, 12 mo. 1 djl. PhiiiHrtr m riwii. 1 sk. Also, a great variety of Chrsmp, of Wood, hooe and ivory, rr m l ouio a' o - ms. Backgamnan Eo&rds, Chess Boards, ire. J27 . pArcas LOST. ASAIALLroll'cotitainiDg the field ote of lot in the ton of Homer, Virgil and Cm - cinatu. Delaware coonly The fiuder will receive 2 dollar by tamos them at the (.(See of . E. W. B1UDGES, J 37 31 City Surveyor, La.iv Boiuliu;. DENl'ISTrtY DOCTOR ZERAII UAWLF.Y informi the public that bi office it at No. 91 Naaiau street ; where he txtracli Icttk, titans and sett lutk, and. perform every operation in dettiatry. '1 he lollowtng certiScate uf (kill, Le think a auGicient recommendation. WHOM IT Mil COITCKRBT. Thi certitien, that Dr. Zerah Hawley i a regular bred phyiician, and in good standing with hi brethren in Uiit place ; that he ha paid particular attention to the art of Dentistry, ha studied the beat European work on the subject, and bar given very good latiafaction in this branch, to hi customers, who are person of the first respectability in this city. We therefore, with entire confidence recommend Dr. Hawley, to the citizens of New - Y'rk as a Dmtul. F.neaiMunson, Profeoraof New - Haven. 1 Nathan Suiith, f the Med. Jan.22, 1018.) Eli lve, Institution f Jooa. Knight, 1 Yale CoL J27 1w AO; ICE. NOW ia the pres of Win. Fbv, of Philadelphia, and will shortly be published for lien - ry Durttl and othera, a new and elegant edition ol the Work of ALKX'lt POPE, in sis volume to correanond with the New - York edition of the British Classic. Jy 27 gt Only 2b Dollars for the Mammoth Prue of $100,000 A week from next Tin silay commences draw - ine the last elas of Medical Science Lottery. The. scheme of which contains the higheit prize of 1 prize of 100,000 Dollars 1 do. 50,000 do. 1 do. 20,000 do. ' 1 do. 13,000 do. 1 do. 5,000 do. 2 do. 2,100 do. 45 do. 1,000 dis. a large proportion nftmaller prizes. Ouly 16,000 tickets, less thnn 1 blanks to a prize. As the ptice of tickets will he advanced on the opening of (he wheels, those win widi a chance ate aavi - ted to apply immediately at IK'S Truly Lucky Office, 122 Broadway. Where No. 3d20 which drew last Ne.vvcars day tlie great prise of MO.IMX) dollar was sold and iiuracdi.itiiv paid, hif tiie largest prize ev er sold by any ollkeia tha United States, i.nrl where was also all the capital prizes in the four classes of the. Medical Science Lotteries, vir. Nos 103C3, .10.000 dols. ; 19 It 6, do; 12129, 25.000 dols; 13545, do; several of 20,000, 15,000, ln.lRKI. 5000, Sic. Ac. N. B. All Tickets sold at ALLEN'S Lucky Lottery Olfice will have their names printed on the hack, a.id such as draw prizes, wiil he paid bv thi m. J 27 UOKE Prizes in tne. la - t Medical Science Lottery, were sold by ROBERT VV AIT'E Jniir. 133 Broadway, than at any uthf.r office in this city, and it is very probable the Capital prize of in Ihe next class of Medical Science Lottery, will also he sold al hi c - ltice. Begins drawiuh 4th of August. Tie kets, Halve, Quarters, and Eikhts in a variety ol utunbers, wholesale and retail. SCHEME 1 prize of 100,000 DOLLARS. 1 do of 50,000 do 1 do of 20,000 do 1 do or 10,000 do 1 do of 5,W)0 do 2 do of 2,000 ' do Ar, do of 1,000 do ft do of 1000 do ,r,3t.0 do of 3il di Adventurers are advised to he particular in their euquiries, tor iiuin - .lv r vv. - ii i r. jur.r. No. 13'i Broadway Who will pay all prices in (J SII, sold at Lis office, and be careful in seeing that Lis name is on the back of each Ticket. 3 27 NEXT WEEli, ON 'It'ESDAV. rIMlK rich wheel of ihe Medical S cience Lotle - Ji ry wili lie i pencil, unlDnioe Fortune will commence distributing l.er Gulden Favors nl FJO.OOO dolls. 50,0Ki, S'l.flfU, 10,0011, 5,0iM) 2,000, l,(XK, and we anticipate many firitmaie adventurers will hum to the 14 tune ui Lvelceu's Bower." O ! Most be the hour, When to 'scape a drenching shower, I popp'd into Allen's a shelter to claim ; My purse it was light. But his bills shone bright, An J tempted me to venture at Fortune's game : I he wherl turned soon, On the same fifterncoii, Whrn a bride to rny number a fair prize came. O ! then I saw the day, Whea those cloud - were swept away, Which jioverty had fluug o'er tny rising fame. The rain still lay On the Cas of Broadway, As I ;hiIv returned to the office onco more ; And many a fine plan I loroi'd as I rail. Till enter'd again Aliens' truly lucky door. The next suu's ray Beheld me ui. - play A heavy bag of gold, which from Aliens' came. Now blest with wealth aud lovo; I will thank the power above, And toast the lucky Aliens' of prizc - scilir.g fame. Jv27 J.iM.ilC.1 HUM. - d puncheons Rum, landing from the brig Marshall al Coenties slip for sale by ANDERSON &. SHEARER, Jv02 lw . I3I Wntcr - st BAK IKO, .c 5 Ions Bur Iron H tons Sheet Iron 20 dozen Frving Pans Patent Cl.aff ajid Drawing Kuire Iron and steel Shovel Germtn nnii cast steel mill, pit Si handsaws Coach Spring St - el. For sale by ANDERSON & SHEARER, J 22 At I3l Water street. hi EM V, YARNS, A:c. St. Petersburg clean L and Riga Heiup, cargo of ship Elbe, iu lots to suit purchasers 35 roll Sheet Lead, 3 to 4 1 - 2 lb. 40 casks Spikes, 4 to 8 inches 2 J reels Kentucky Yarn 4 ton Bale Rope, Kayar Rope And a couitant upp!y of warranted Anrhors, for sale by TUCKER &: CARTER. N B. CABLES & CORDAGE, oflheirowo manufacture, made to or.ler at the shortest notice, and upon the moat rensnaable terms. Jy2l lw LU J Tu.YWm.L At M.HCUlAt. - ih - US. '1'HOS. WHITTEMOKE has constantly oa I. hand at his manufactory. No. 50 Ferry - street, next to the corner of Pearl street, a large and general assortment of cards of every description, six : . Cotton Card of?, 8, 9, 10 Wool do 6 aud 0 Machine do Clothiers' and Hattrrs' Raising Care's All of superior quality, which he will sell co the lowest terms. J 24 Ins 100,000 1 1 II I cu'vo.v. XxJLF tales very prime upland cotton, landing front brig Speedy Peace al Brooklyn 142 do do in store at Brooklyn 151 do do ii in the city. For sale br JOilAH SPURGES, Jy22 6t . H3Fearl - t vb TUeil,'P1)ll0. having fceendetxin - is by the weather, she will positive!) sail on Tuesday next. 3 or 4 more passengen can be - sccotiimocUted, Apply to J 25. HOYT fc T0L T A good vessel, bound to NEWBERN. iV. C. may have 20 too on freight, bj applymg to K. & C. W. DAVENPORT & CO. Jy?5 35 Pccklip. iVbr MADUHA ii GIBIULTAU. The American brig POCAHON r A?, A. Clark, master, now ready for sea. will tax, on freight, to Made.ra or Gibraltar. the bulk uf 1300 bbls. Am. to JOHN Hc.FFER.NAN, Jy d 3t 34 South - t. y A Pilot Boat Schooner, Bermudiac t built, copper fastened, - about 27 feet keel, was blown off from the Island of Bermuda .in fhntct if Tnv lust vith 'uv.n K. board. ' i"he was fallen with, abandoaeif, in the gulph ilream, on the 3d June, by the thip Ocla - via, arrived at Sag - Harbor, the captain of wnico sound a letter ou beard stating that the negroes bad been taken out, in lat. 31 and long. 72, by the Patriot armed schoouer Hornet Any information towards the recovery of the Hoai ana Negroes, will be thanklully received or should they be restored, the expenses will be paid by applying to Benjamin Baiden, esq. in the Island of Bermuda, or to the subscriber iu the city ol icw - York. TUCKER &LUR1E."?, july23 5t - 23 South - st, For SALE. The brig JOHN, 141 tons, built m Massachusetts, in tha vear 180H, and rebuilt in Philadelphia in 1316, a staunch good vessel, and well found in sails and rigging , lies at UrooKivn. l or terms, apply to JAMES D'WOLF, Jun. J 23 54 Eouth - street. fur CHAItTEli, A British II RIG, burthen 213 tons British, or 2100 barrels; now at Phi ladelphia ; wilt proceed to this, or a southern port, to load fur England, or the Wt st Indies, and can be despatched within three d - ya no tice. Apply to ROGER & POST, ' J 6 51 routh - street . tV. - i.VI r.h 'IO C'i. i Hi t.t.. JX?. A good fast sailing VESSEL, ol 1500 &iyu 2003 bai rels burthen. Apply at 57 ashing Ion - street, to Jy23 G. G. &S. HOWLAND. . - IIWAJ'AW tOCUARihH. A British BRIG, that wdl carry a - &bout 700 bales Bengal Cotton, to load ior iiverjjool. Apolv to J 23 AIICH'DGRACIE&SONS. ior LiytMFUUL, (Ouc cf the line of packets,) itfi&a. The copperod, New - York built ship lACIriC, Joliu Williams, master; has elegant accommodations for passengers, and is intruded to sad, aucoiding to a fixed arrangement, on the lOlti of next mouth. Fur freight or passage, apply to captain Williams, on board, at Fultou - st. wharf, (o ISA AC WRIGHT & SON; or, FRANCI3 THOMPSON. P. S. Beds and bedding are found at the ship's expense. JvK J ot CADI., Te pood substantial ship MARY, .SjLiiCJas. Matfit, master, having the greater pai l of her cargo ready to go on board, will be dispatched immediately. Freight will be taken if oli'ered within 4 davs. Apply to GOODHUE & CO. J 22 44 Snuth - street, Hunted to UHAHTt.H, A vessel of about 2000 barrels. Ap .ply to MARCH Si BENSON, .ly s!l I w 47 South - ttreet. - t 1 m r ui (ji vji) The ship AV.EKICA, built in Phi ?itf itsii i''"pi"i of live oak anil cedar in 1511, copper fastened aisd coppered to the bends, deck and sides copper spiked, burthen per r giste, 464 64 - 1 bl long, carries 5500 barrels ol flour, saili fast, and is oik of the best bull t ships ia the United States. For terms, apply to ARCHIBALD GRACTE U SONo. J 21 - lw tor oaic, r;esii or quarter, X.fv n - i.. ......u 1 .1,:.. Minuitn . '7 . j I lie eiiLUili.ll jii.ru Clli. iMiikiwi., ??hl 3l4 ton burthen, ia in complete ord. - r to re cue a cargo, and may be sent to sea with little ixpeure. Apply ou board, west side Bur - tinjr slip, or to N. L. k C. GRIaWOLD, Jy 21 B6Snih - st For Kl.VUS JXt., Jamaica. . rr The fiue copperod chr. CLAREN - ij, DON, John G. Frith, master, is now ioaunig, and will be dispatched without delay, kor passage only, apply on board, at pior No. 9, F.ast River, or to TUCKER & LAU RIES, My 24 23 South - st rOTTON tc T03ACCO. - 12 bales Upland K.J l.otton, landing irom snip Kising states, 'roro Savannah 7 hl.(i Kentucky Tobsicco will be landed on M niUty, from the schr. Mary Ann, Irom iew Orleans, for sale bv , ROBERT GILLESPIE, J 25. H 2 Front - street. T M1E Brownie cf Bodsbeck. aod other Tales, I by James Hogg, author of "The Queen' Wake," ire. kC. ALSO, Narrative of an expedition, to explore the River - Zaire ; usually called the Cong South Africa, in 181G, under the direction ol4' B l:.iu S. K. l urkev. K.rt. to which is li'lilcnruie, Journal of Prolesaor Smith, ic. Aic. Just publish! d and lor sale by P. A. MESIER Jy 24 6t ' 28 Wall - street. T WO gentleniMi fiave purchased a waggon and uai r ol nurse to tane a tour io .ingi - ra, .Montreal, Quebec, kc. l Here i room ior two other gentlemen. If any uch are desirous of taking the tour, thfcy will hear of the particulars hv addressing a line to No. 21 Wall - street. Co start on Wednesday next J 24 4t A 1KDICAL SCIENCE TICKETS have ad - V I vaneed to 28 dollars. The unparalleled sale r.f tickets in this favorite lottery, has already occasioned a scarcity, and consequently the above early advance. No lottery granted in this country is pc'rliHps so deservedly popular as this state lottery. Its truly com - mciiuahle objeet, viz. promotion of medical science, a aource of health and happiness It scheme, for brilliancy and mngnitutle unequalled. The r.;.ularity aod promptitude with which the manscers have eoudiic ted the previous classes, lojrtl.f r with the guarantee ol Ihe state making the payment ofpiizcs certain in CO days after the drawing, mid if demanded within 6 years, exhibit a combination of advantages, which iftliily estimated by adventurer, and immediate application will lie made for Tickets, daily enhance - , a? ia value, and which tis anticipated will enm - ruand a greater advance tnan any ever ajlj iu tka city. CAPITAL PRIZES. 1 cf 1 of 1 of 1 ef 1 of 2 cf 45 of flOO.010 50,000 20,000 ' 10,000 5 Oik) J 2.000 i 1.000 Commiiors drawing on Tuesdty ck. Tickets aid Sbsres for ml at I GRACTK'S US Broadwsy. Where a trombcr of espitals of ik, MW, l(V, tee. in fermer lotteries, hate beea sJd aod Orders fri a Uislafi' - .s promptly executed. JS5 1 1 SEASONABLE DRY GOODS, U 2 bales superfine clothes 1 2 do.caxsimers, ldo. fine plains 1 do. fancy toilinett Wabtcoaiiugs .' '; 3 do. white flannels 1 do. ladies pelise cloth ... 2 do. )ow priced pl;u 3 do. superfine casaimere shawls 2 trunks damask shawls 5 boxes steam loom shirtings ' 6 do 6 - 4 & 9 - 8 cambrick 1 do. figvred satins, ' Just received ner Pacific frnm T.ivernool. and for sale at No. 90 Coffee House Sliji, by UAIUL.AW, U1H.AUL.1 A IS STORK. , 3 bales Bomhazets 2 bale tuperfi - ie Black Cloth 1 box French Cambrics 1 do Boot Tojis 40 bales Uplai.uCc.tton 20 hhds. Kentucky Tobacco. J 22 lOt 99. JUUACCU. kegs 8' No. 1, branded 44 T. hi. Deane U. Co." uow lauding from tha schr BriUiaut, from Richmond, and . W STORE, C's no. 1 Tobacco of Enders, Egc, Fletcher, Iloltz, Milier, Gibb, Dancy, Ross, Dut - ton, Labby, Kt?r, Hughes Si Co. Brady, Cantor ti SheltoD.and Williamson's brauds for sale by ll's no. S JJ's no. 3 1 - 2 lb. roll 1 - 4 lb. rolls Ladies twist Cavendish Jy 25 8t CORNELIUS DU BOH. i l ICE. t or tale by 1 CLARK MOORE fi CO. J 23 5t 41 SouUHt,ect. An undivided moiety in t'..efollowinr lot of land in " Evans' Patent'' Delaware County, stale ol ew sork, vix : lait iNo. A contim iliK 16 acres . lot No. ill. ronuii.i ? 1 34.. Alsn. an undivided moiety in the ettsi hll'ol lot No. 40, couuiiiing iu i acres, ana in nil o.o., in llie same pulent eonlaiuiug 1051 sci - e. The above lots are veil tiiuUered ilh pine, Sio. he and their contiguity tolheu i bnn cli of th Detawai e river render them worthy of the attention of Inn, her merchants. They will te sold reasonable for cash or approved i r,ies. Foe further paitieulars apply to THO vlAS ADDIS EMMET. . Esq. counsellor at law. No. ii Pine street, New Y'ork, (who is authorised to make contracts for the sale of the above lots) nr to llie subscriber, by wliorn an unquestionable title. will he giveu. MARTHA. BRADSTItKET, Hammond street, Greenwich. Xew York, July 4th. ISIS. (CJ - The Pr ( rieli lS of lh Philadelphia Freeman's Journal are requested to publish the above for two months in tiietr paper and send their hill to the subscriber. J 25 l2m e2ru FUH IS.U.h:, A FARM, containing 300 acres, on the banks of the North River, a mile south from the village of Hyde Park, and eighty six from New. York. Tha laud is eousj iu quality to lh! best in Duchess county, and ia in high ot ih r and good fence. On the premises is a good plain fsrui house, a good barn and other appendagos neces sary to conducting a large lartn. Al - o, a building spot commanding an extensive and beautiful view ol the North River. Within half a mile of the farm hou;c is un eminent Academy, and within two miles uu Episcopal and a Prcshtc - riau Church, in each of which there is regular service physicians two landings, one pf which the Steam - boat adverlirs as a landing place, stores, Ac. A - c. The whole will b sold together or divided to suit purchasers. The terms of payment will no made easy, and au indisputable title giveu bv the subscriber. WILLIAM BARD. Hyde Park, Julv24 tf DP. A NGEL1S, formerly practitioner of Medicine in the Military Hospitals of Na ples, and admitted a member of the Medical Society of New York, where he has resided since the year 1798, and his reputation and success in practice it soar established in the knowledge of me puDiio Dy nrsr twenty years experience, continues to be consulted at his office, No. 222 Wa ter street, opposite Crane wharf. In Bheumatic and Venereal cases, Dr. De An - gens lias been wonderiiiMj mccrHi.l , and ih most terrible effects of those disorders have fre quently been cured by him in a abort apace of time without inconvenience to the patient. Obstructions, ulcers in the throat and palate, stillness in the joints, pains in the limbs, eruptions of the skin, together with a numerous tnin of e - vils arising from neglect or impreperly treating of the most insidious cf maladies, have given way to his mode of treatment in almost n incredible manner. His extraordinary success is, in a great measure attributable to his Well known Ami - iheumatin and Anti svphilic Svrups, which whilst they eradicate every form of disease, restore the emaciated patient to vigor and health. N. B. All letters from the country (post paid) will be attended to, and the necessary ad sice and medicine will be given and sent to aay part uf the onion. J 25 MR. LEE'S SELECT teCOOl FOR B0Y5, No. 8 Park - I'latb. TIIE course of instruction pursued in this institution embraces every department of Literature and Sciei.ce necessary to a libe ral education, (the dead languages excepted. y I he public is assured that this School shall consist of a number of pupils, never exceeding twenty - five. No pupil will be aJmitled who cannot read connectedly and write legibly, and who is not acquainted with the first five rules of arithmetick. School hours from 1 - 2 past 6 till 8, and from 9 till 1 o'clock. 1 crms 12 dolls; per qr. J 25 2w I I', about lour weeks since, a POINTER J - DOG, two years old, called Sanco, large for his age, tail cut, but rather long, color while, with several lizht liver colored pol. A liberal reward and all expenses will be paid to any per son who will give information in a line left at the office of thn Evening Post JyS.ilw I US T published and for sale al the new Law CF Bonk Store, corner of Nassau and Spruce slroets, Btike's Practice of tut Court of Lltance ry (new work.) The trial of John M. Trumbull against Thoma Gibbous, for a libel. Aud also. The Brownie of Bodsbeck, and other Tales, by James Uvps, author cf Queen' Wake, Aic lie july25 2w . . AO MCE. RKW KiTARLISItXIBaT. rTMIE tuxserioer respecUully informs hi X Inends snd the public generally, that be hat removed into ti, house ro. iui, owneii'anu lately occupied by chief malice Thompson, two door west ot m. reiersiimrcu, in cioir - irei. - i, and ttear thet:aptto', wlierehe continues to keep a Boarding Douse lor the accommodation ol thisc who may awrl.im with tiieir custom, either by the div. week, or year, where every at - tet tim witi be pud to render their slay egreea - hie while r.t his house. Ladies and f ntlemcn passing Ibrnth 'tis n!y may I atcommodited , as above. Bre.ik.'ast tic. wi'l f provided for rarties on the shortest notice. T he fihscrtlae - r hat lately added a B irober ol w;le I dging! room, which render this estalHi'hiiicnt veiy oommodiou for travellers. Grod iiorss awl carriages prosidrJ for his customers, fa toe most reasonable term. J.W.ROCKWELL. Albany, July 18. 1H. J 22 lw UOl.li H'ATCUKJt AT aUWIO.Y. TOS. C. COOPER will sUl to morrow, at 20 Wall - stwet, an invoice ot rnld atidsU Ver patent lever watches ; nautical snuff boxes, tome cot 70 gninexs each ; do seal ; gold chains. Sic. ra - et of Freuch chairs, bureaus, Lc. I case ol Ce - maa toys. Goods inteiidccl for u tale will b4 received uati'. 6 truevei.r;. Cataloguca will be ready at 8 tiaorrow - iiwraiag. J 12 8 at OJiLiCSALESX v ,BY S. IWX'iON ti CO.. " On Wednesday, - " . At lOo'ctock, at Kirk ijMKrceici'jingroonv Wall street, a handeims esiortiei.t o! ,'uiuiture, aiiiong which nri , one elegant and lie w palieu side board, u iih a v. riling dealt, tecretaries, iu - reau', Grec ian Sofa oi L'ie lateat fathiou. Card, dining and tea tides, ti hand a candle standu, fancy and Windsor chstrs, looking jcla - ses, Venetian blinds, 2 easy chairs, bedsteads, matrasses and beds Also, 1 sunerb time piece, 10 pair beautifully ornamented vases, w ith a variety of cut glass, 24 fashionable mahogany hair bottom chairs. 12 o'clock, 10 elegant first rate Gold Walchci with gold facet, and I beautiful horizontal, mo - steal and repealing Watch, and 60 double cas'd stop'd and tecood ailvsr Watches, with gold hands. Catalogue ready to - morrow morning at 1 1 o'clock, when the furniture may be iewod. BY MILLS, MlNTON & CO. Thursday, At II o'clock, in Iront .of the Auction store. No. I4U Pearl tre.:t, 60 hfixe cider, of vory superior cjimtity, t knl in iiut . .VAJiUi.h tuli HltLlJl.vO, Ac. ril II E pniprietors of the soulhern marble qua JL ries, near KiicVBride, give uotice, that they havr on hand, and nre receiving, bt lb Ai7i,!'i - rffc? .Varble ana Lime - tarn, loot ol Bench - street, uuthn Hudson river, an sxtenyve stock cf marble lor building, nf the following da - ' sci ip' ions, viz : Ashlar Coping . Waterlable Foundation Stone H'eps Chimney - Pieces t Platforms Facings bills, Lintels Columns v Arches Alfo Lime of the best quality. QTr A cotisianl supply of the above materials may be calculated upon; and those desirous of purchasiug, or making encasements, will apply io FZRA LUDLOW, Feb II ' At Hi Yaid. . . MiKKV IU LOAA. If 17 I l DOLLAilS to loan, in sous to 9 m ,f suit npplicatiU, on boud with uiuttagc upon approved propeity. ALSO, JO COO dollars un approved paper, gaarante4 bv Lank ht.ick. Eoque of WAI. WILLIAMS, 137 Water - street. Win re application n.ay he generally made through the year, and mortgage disposed ol. Je. - .'Ii tf CORNELIUS) BOGhRT, A TTOil.YF.Y, COV.V& VLLOR AT LAW, AND - NOTARY PUBLIC. COMMISSIONER auUiorited to lake Affidavits and Special Bail in any Couit of Kecoid of this State, the proof and acknowledgement of Dcedi, and discharges of Mortgages Also A Ifidavits, Special Bail and the deposition of witnesses de bmt etse, iu the District aud Circuit Courts of the United States, continues hi ollice at No. U Cedar - street. jy 22 1 ill IU A LA HAM A M t. K CD A N TS. PETERS k bTEHBlNS. LO.MMISMOS iVlUHCHAaTS, BLAkf LEY, AJobile - Bay. HAVE exteiistve store house and teceive und forward goods, cotton, Kc. Iree of cartagu and wharfage. Vesi' ls and barges lay ' along side ol In. ir slopes. Snippets will please a ply to I Al. KM M fc.AU, lioston. PE 1 1. US u DERRICK, N. York. EMLEN K HOWELL, Philadelphia. Jytf try JAMKa D. STOUT, Engraver and Seal Cutter, removed to 90 Liberty - street, nar Creenwich - street. Jy IS 3m For r.vgtuitd, tia llaixjax, N. H. CO" LETTERS lor Hi Britannic Majesty's Packet Qurcnsherrv, will be received at the f'ost OiTue till Wednesday attefnooD, the 6Ui day of August. Jtl - T. W. MOORE, Agent. ' (Xj - Wanted, a 2d oilicer for a ship to India. Apply to J. G. liOCEKT, Esrj. Jy 23 No. l."8 Water - street. ol i I t. olX PKK CACA'J'. Ki OCK. ffr - We are requestod to state, that this stock is transfemd and ccriiiciite, are issued at the Manhattan Company, where the interest is payable quarterly, ny 1st January, April, July and October. J 4 3t If ashttiglon inruraitte C'omiuii. 'TM1E Hoard ol Directors have declared a div - X idenj of four and one half per cent, on the capitol stock of the company, lor the last six months, payable at their iifiice, corner of John and Williain - itiects, on And al ter the first day of - Aujust. y PE'I ER II AWES, Sec'ry. J 21 2w I OllM II. DE FOREST mlormt hitlrieiidaand el the public, that he h.it opened an offic, at stock and Exchange Broker, at No, 5b Wall - street I J234t Gl. iNEWBERY, Ui Pearl - street, respect - . fully informs the public and those ladies and gentlemen who lately applied (or DET'T - MEIvS SUPER. PATENT PIANOFORTES, that he has just received a new supply per Radius, precis ly the same a the last, and offer them for tale on very accommodating terra. A Piano Forte of thi excellent makes have but lately been introduced into thi country, for want of a correspondent, u. IV. lecls it incumbent to add, that their tone (by those who are acquainted wilh them) are allowed to be full and expressive, and have, hitherto given universal satislactioo. ' Maslsel'a Patent Metronome for sale. A Wo, London selected collections and specimens of .Mineralogy, &c J 21 fOfi SALE, i fi nnn acres of land,. jL J, V v Vring in the town of Florence, county of Oneida and date of New - York. The state road Irom Rome to Sackets Harbor and Salmon river pass through the town. The country adjoining the land ottered for sale is well act - tied ; the soil i good for grass or grain, and the situation is convenient to send produce either to the Montreal or Utica Market, being only 35 miles from the latter place. For further information, apply to Mr. BENJAMIN WRIGHT, at Rome, or to WM. HENDERSOA, J 10 end lm 3 lp No. 55 Wall street. MILKER 1', leinberof trie academy ol arts T. in this city, informs the public, that his drawing academy is closed until the 1st of Seo - i.kA. - ,,..loi..l hv his Kxridlencv tv. T III l.. , 1.. , ' ! 'J j - Hyde de Neuvilie, the Minister from the court of France to the United State, to collect specimens of Natural History from this country, lor the museum nf the Royal Cabinet al Pan. Mr. Mil - bert will avail himself of that opportunity to complete the scries cf Picturesque slews which he commence I last vnar.on a tour at the expense of the United State. He will cive immediate notice of his return , the academy is situated at the corner of Maiden Lane and Grcea - slreet. J 24 nt if O LET, a'Ji i n nrsi ana teconu uoor in store no. r ictchcr - strort T he rooms are larre. beini? 25 sect wi.'e, 70 feet deep, well calc.ulaUd lor a hole - ale crockery store, for storage, or for other business requiring mocb room. To be let toge - tt.er or separate. Lcqul on the premises or 148 Pearl - street, np stairs. Jy 24 FVH SALE, The HOUSE & - XOT, No. rjCW. - Croad - way. TUx lot is SUlert frent and tw, aud IW feet deep. The hotts is f,S feet ., tiusshed in tha bst manner, aud replete with conreoieo - cesforalarg lamiiy. Oa tlie p.M;s are a , brick staMe, t r"n - waler ci'teiw, (' of which is brsck) anJ a well cf si:t water. The sitoauon is conslde. - Ted eUI T " t city. For par!, uHra, a. - sply Levmia U. . :iintu, o. tha pr row,,;, - - Jy?5 la aiJ - CiS, FiiiW - '

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