The Evening Post from New York, New York on July 27, 1818 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
July 27, 1818

The Evening Post from New York, New York · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
New York, New York
Issue Date:
Monday, July 27, 1818
Page:
Page 4
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 4 article text (OCR)

r' LN CBASClM..' ' , i - A'oJ of Alio 1 . 0 . - tl nnr..no 6i" n order of this honorable CMiVbeMtef the t7tu day of Jane, 1818, ' it J si coblic aocuoo. at 'be 1 outioe CVfce House. i the city of tow York, under tb dirrctioe ol IJiesuoecrroer. uweoiuw nw t,r or this conrt, Nimiiii oay oi j my Kn'rkrk at BOOB. all those Several (MOCKS Pi cc or pMahof f rotad, (itute, Ijrias and being la the township f Brooklyn, in the county of k'Lm. and atatn of New - York, aforesaid, and kiwn ud liiatinsiitiiied on a nuao made by Jer emian Loti, tba )9tb dey cfMascb, 1802, by ' U follow ioj boundaries, to wit, northerly ia rmt bv Waier - ttreeL. toutberlr ia the rear bv Froot - tut, easterly on tbe ooe fide by .Jack - ton - street, and westerly oa uie outer ioe oy Gold - street, containing (oar squares or blocb of graand. Abo all those ee rtain water Iota, lying immediately i rroni m toe oeiore oncnimi blocks, bouaded r follows to wit easterly by Jackson - street, southerly by Water - ttreet, and weiterly fey uow - tireef, containing in oreaaiu en Water - ttreet the distance between Gold - and JacKKM - etreei nan running iiho urn la wni at far at the grant of the corporation of the city of Nw - lTk extends wiw uie appurwnaoeo. bated JooetltlS. JAMES A, HAMILTON, i" Matter in Chancery. Note, Tbe above property will be told ia lots and parcels according to a certain nap to be uade thereof, witch will be ext - hshited lb trie Cotiee - bouM one week before tba day of tale. J.in lawfwdlw . Th talc of lhe above property it postponed to the beventeeotb day oi August next, at uie tame hour and plaee. July Slst, 1818. P . JAMES A. HAMILTON, J SI did ' Matter in Chancery. iNCHANCERY. Dorothy Ilacklic, 'William Peek and Elin - belu nit wire, Maria H ont, Catharine U unt rl nthr. Stalt ofJYew - Yirt, ts IN pnrsuanc of as order of thit honorable court sade in the abore cause, will be auld at public a action at tbe Tontine Ccffee House, io fee city of New York, on the 3ih day of July iatt. at Hr o'clock at noon, nder the direction of the tibecribrr, ad tbote five lots of ground, eit - nate. Irirur and beiui id the eighth ward of tbe city of New York, being formerly that part of toe property oi Aicnoiatrtayara, require, tnen known cy uie name oi uayara t r, lying westward of Broadway t taid lott being desig nated on a map of taid farm, made ry Caaioier Th.Uotrck, then eeol the Jiiy surveyors oy the numben 1 147, 1 148, 1 149, 1 150 and 1 15 ; to - gether with the hereditament and appurtenances to the tame belonging or io anywite apper - Uininx. Dated July 3d. 1BI8. ' THOMAS BOLTOX, J 3 lawtJySOdtdt Master in Ctianrtry. LN CHAiNCtRY. State of New - York. . J 5 purtoaoce of an ardcroftliii honorable court, bttriiur date Uia lOtlidav of Jaauarv. 1818. will he told at public auction, at tbe Tontine Coffee Houte, in tbe city of .New Vork, under the direction ol Uie tubtcriber, at one ol the mat - fiirt of thit court, iu teperale lots or parcels, on 1 burtUiiy, Uie twenty Uiird day oi Juiy near, ai twelve o'clock at noon, " All tLoiu certain placet or parcel! and trnctt of land, known at the nonn eati section oi uie uuvo lowaiiiip, mi wa twelve townt in Tioga county, bung lott Not. 26, S7, 28, 2J, 30, 32, and 3h. Lot No. 26 con - taint about cr;My acret ; lot No. 7, about one handrcd and live acret ; lot No. 28, 9, 30, and thirty two. each ceutainine one hundred and four acret, three foorthi and 36 rodt of land ; lot No. 28 containt 90 3 - 4 and nineteco rodt. Alto, wett half of lot No. 24, which half cont tint 51 acret. And alto loU fiat. 1, 3, 4, C and 7, on the gore lying westerly and ailjoinia; on taid tiortheatt section, and wat surveyed and added to taid tection to make up a deficiency in taid section, bv a mistake io a formemivcv. Said lots Not. 1.13.4 and 6. enntaininz about iifty acru each t and tot no. 7 grmut twenty nve acres. Together with all and lingular, the pre - inUei and appnrlenaacet. Dated April 18, 1818 JAMES A. HAMILTON, np 18 lawtcH Matter in Clancery. 'i he tale of the above property it pontpoucd to the 47 th initant, at the tame hour and I'ltre. July 9M, mH. J. A. HAMILTON, J tldlt Matr r in Chmri - ry. ScaooLKl'S MneiTAifi srjuaus. , HEATH'S HOUSE. fYlUiLaubicrilMr. mibtt ofttie many obtfga - " JL tionsheis uader for the preference heretofore given to his houte. whilst kpt by bit ton, would hereby return his sincere acknowledgements for past favors, sod at the same time inform them, that he intendt keeping the house the present season himself, and that they may rely upon every attention and accommodation, that can make this healthful and fashionxhle resort - useful and pleasing ; his son being under the necessity of being absent this seaiun, he trusts will not be Tound an objection to Ins establishment, as no pains, expemw, or exertion will be wauling to iruder complete satisfaction. J7eotllin JOSEPH HEATH. , HOISOK.EN FERRY. rpHEhon. the Corporation of thecily of New Jl - York, having granted to the siibscrilier a base of Uie llobukeii Ferry, he has nttociatrd with him inthat establishment Mr. Philip De - peytter, who will have the sole charge of con ducting the tame ; all applications therefore re' ipe' - ting the Ferry will be made to him. Two Horse - Uoatt are now in complete opera tion, with good accommodations for pettcngeri, carriages, &c. one of whii h will in future start from each side of (lie river pnnrtuallr at every hour from 5 o'clock ia the morning until 8 o'clock in the evening. , PHILIP HONE. - Jef7 eodlm run tj.iiir. A very profitable FARM, of 110 acres, M.VI u L' at L' two thirds under cultivation, the residue woodland, tituate on the sea shore, a Quarter of a mile below the narrows, on the Stateii island side and a short ride from the steam boat ferry landing It vires a very extensive view of the bay and en virooa of New - York, within the Narrows, and of Sandy Hook and the ocean For propect is equalled by none. The title is unquestionable. Two thirds of the purchase money may remain secured upon the land. Apply lo A. V.D. Fountain on the premises, or to W. A. SEELY, 143 Greenwich - street. TO LET, a convenient new S story bouse, djoining the above, with a garden and about an acre of land. For terms apply as above. - mh 3 eodtf WRITING I. SIX LESSONS. TITR DE SPRANG!! has obtained Letters IV L Patent of tbe U. S. for his invention of teaching the art of Writing in six h ssons. He will enable any person, of whatever age, and notwithstanding any bad babits they may Lave contracted, to write well and with rapidity, af ter having received these lessons. Persons of mood carucitv will be able, br a strict atfen tion, to write well id four lessons, each lesson of onebour. The solid utility ami merits of this tysti ro can be best aeea ta its particular results, in those DeaaU'uland vars MW specimens it has produced, ana wntcn can oeeiamiaea at air. u. c team ioe ronoi.No.43 Broad - strret. - Mr. I). 3. htvinr tust returned fmm Yahinr too, where be has laught with groat success, and where hit tn - thrd has been much anuroved by !! heuds of govtrnmen. will remain only foar or five w,ks in ew - York, after which time he mo return to Washington, to fulfil an engagement made at tlie solicitation of a number ui cenitrineii ol lhat(i:y. ...Yir. iJ B. will tell a patent right, and tear m 'Ja of teaching to those who wish io purrnase si. J 10 eod4w To SaullttTA nd other Cettlkmen. ' I 'V - l.t. OUI.ll m now.r. - L fil Bay Horse. 6 t.m oi - i, io nanatbigh, perfectly sound, unq;jttioDahly tl.p fiiM - t Hors in the cits for a - i. - ;2l Horse carriage ofany drtcriptir. To a Gent left Bn wanting to ro a lot; , uiuet ,vi s case and safety, this Hoik woui.i te invaluable, being a brst rate mover ond euaal to anv weight. i ne seen ai ue nepoAitoty, wa.Ker - sireet, ' er and form is are it a m to of its their of ful it of of their their much ly they rior as them must ted ed ence tions the lic the half J J a harp sy the ot t ib A - ty Si X need is and ty use. the Uie of Uie t be ' CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL aad !& CAN TILE ACADEMY. . MESSRS. KELLY & TUOMlf respectfully ioforat the publiey that they have lately comoteoced this estabhahibeot in the large aad airy rooms, no. 475 reart street a rw doon from the corner of Chatham street. Torir cows - of ethscatioD cocaprisea the Greek, Latin, French, and English languaces ; Competition, History, Ueography, the ast of the uioues. oooa - jkeepius, Aniiimeitt, wiiaiaeviii - nracticai branches of the Mathematics. V oung Ladies bate room appropriated to tbemttires, where they will be taucht a regular course of femsle education, togeuier witn piaiu ornamental needle work, by a lady ol exemplary conduct aad long ei periencc in that depart - ment Reference to Robert Adrain, P. M. and N. P. Columbia College. " I'ATENT UKAMMAHCAL MIRROR. Met. Kelly b Tuonay beg leave alto to in the public, that their Grammatical Mirror now computed and organised, aad that they prepared to undertake itt application to the duties of iottmctioa. Tbe Grammatical Mirror machine constructed on tucb principles, and actuated by sock laws, as to exhibit a manifest repreteotatioa of all uie parts of human speech, aN Lhe variety of their inflection! and al) the diversity of their combinations ; it is calculated impart information more expeditiou!y than words, wuolher conveyed, by writing or by ut terance : letters and sounds are the arbitrary symbols, not the resemblance of ideas ; but the Grammatical Mirror presents an exact imitation the agent with its cases, of tbe object with its passions, of their suhttituto with it genders and persons, and of tbe action with its manners, and times. The other parts of speech will make respective appearances iu the revolutions this extraordinary machine. It is uo lets use to the leather Uian to trie pupil irJ while expedites the progren of the one, it will facilitate the labor of the other. gbould any carton object ta the practicability its applicaiiao,they challenge the investigation opposition. : they cannot coooent to an indiscri minate iBfpeclioo : but any tenon b,i thai! be qualified to disc utt its merits thry are willing to admit, and prepared lo answer Ins ol'iectioii'. 1 hough duty furbtds them to acknowledge own inferiority yet. they rely not on diligence and seal t others may have at i they rely not on their emdition and talents, outers may not - have less t but they re on the co - operation of their means, which contend to be superior to any that can be employed to attain the object it contemplates. 1 hough tney entertain no doubt of its supe general utility, they conceive that for such cannot attord much time tor studv, or whose different employments, mnt confine to interrupted and desultory lectures, it possess peculiar advantage. Several literary characters, who have inspec this machine, have been equally astonish ami delighted, and doubt not that expen - will realise the most sanguine expecta that are entertained of its advantage and success. Under these impressions the proprietors of Urammutttal Jfhrror recommend it to pub notice, and they are no I more desirous of acquiring; than they arc confident cf securing patronage of the Public. N. 11. They have for general convenience determined to deliver evening lectures, from past five till ha'.f pant seven, on any of the abovementioned branches ofliterature. 10 1m A KEYED HARP. A. GUTTWALDT rcspectltilly mviies . tli c amateurs of music to inspect at his Piano - Forte Manufactory. No. 75 Maiden lane. musical iuttrumrnt that pcrectly cijul the in sound and lar surpasi s it in point ofca - trcatm nt, as it iiplajed like Uie piano by lueans oi keys, and coiixeuueatly has all the ad vatitaeei of bnllinnt mouuluticn : the only one i United States. Alsn, an elegant l'inuo Forte nne tone, musical variety and workmautlup wiih an assortment of different kinds, whose goud qualities have been testified by the undersigned ment professors : " We the suhecribert, profetsortof music, do certiry, that we have carefully examined Mr. J. UttUwaltii' ! fbrif; which, for insr.nui - andexcelleuce of workoiauthip and uniform hriliiaucy of tone, we deservedly recommend to ulhc patrooage. Alessrs. tiilles, Ltiense, Kd. siix,u. lutauit, unatiet uiiicrt." J7 THE GRAMMATICAL BAR. TIIE importance of a correct knowledge of Grammar, is too much acknowledged to comment. The unsettled and desultory manner, in whi'h it is taucl.t in common schools, highly exceptionable. 1 o have arbitrary rules definitions parrotlike committed to memory, learned ami conned by rote without comment or elucidation, it found lo be geneially void of utili ; lor so lung as the principles oi ruh - t are oat uoilurstoofl, Uiry can never be opp'ied to actual Under such impresions aud ii.Cuenced b y a desire to iiromote to useful a brant h ol education. suhsciibnrs propose a remedial sj stem. In undertaking, they are lonvious oi no oilier motiie, than toil proiuoti m of a bi an. h of knowledge, which is an intlieririh!a pre te;uile iu every other. The subscribers anticipate many objections to so complete a deviauon (rum the antiquated track, which custom has, hn since sanctioned as the mostelihle; but, to obviate them, they ak athoroosh and c aud id iiivtstisa - tioo of its principles. It is a dictum, that without a knowledge of the rcasoit on which lawt are made, no one can know the law. A conviction its truth formed the most powerful inrentivelo invention ot the urammaucai Har, inch cos vpyt to the miruj through the medium of the eye he reasons, the whys, and the wherefores. To short, it employs the perceptive (acuities, the learner acquires a hahit of attention, hit judge ment itexerciced, and he advances with ease aotti .!..!:.!.. 'i L. - u :i i . i ,7 uvi!ui. i in iiim.iiucis iibtc ibicd cuiivcti 'ft, ient room in Kulton - s'reet, No. 139, where chi.'f , dreo, young ladies and gentlemen may acquire a eorreei Knowledge oi r.ngusii grammar id sixty nours. a correct anowinige oi parting win be given to new beginners; if not, no pay will here - quired. A cew class to begin on W ednesday, J. titiowN, Jun. E.D.CROSSFIELD. N. B. Young gentlemen, who have been in structed in the short term of sixty boun, wiH be presented lor examination each day at 5 o'clock, r. M. Scholars received and instructed at any hour from o'clock A. M. to 10 o'clock P. M Terms of tuition made known at the above men - tionrd room. J 20 1m BOARUiNU HoUaE - .tftttn ritvat. HE public are informed that board nsaybi . obtained in that spacious and clrgant man' tioa, the property of John F. Marsli, I'm. at Mount Pleaiant, by apply sn on the premiie", lo Jyl5eod2w WILLIAM M NKH 4.M. I M1E subscrilier having permanently hsed Lis X retideiire in trw town ol St. Louis Missouri territory, offers his services as agent, either in the purchase or sale of h - ndtinthe Missouri or Illinois territories : he will also act ia the capa city of agent generally, and execute such com missions as may re entrusted to him. Persons baviiig landed property in the Allan tic slates, inav make favt rahle exchanges for land in Uie territories above - meiiUvaveo, by txp - nucaiina loinesuDscnoer. ana lurnisnmi a nax - ticular description of the property offered lor exchange, with an estimate of its real value. Ta the enauirtee of such as are desirous of emigrating to either of the territories, he will cheerta.ly make prompt aowrs, without auy charge ; postage ol letters t him being paid. T. W. SMI I II. St. Louis. Missouri Territory. 1st June. IdlS. Messrs. Irving, Smith & Holly, sneest)omugti ic Patterson, ff Rercen - Ratlibone ti lowaer, ces in JohnRathrKne, IN. York. Ogden Edwards, Esq. J pU)Ull. - Sioit.n. Rirboood Swes t Flour, i nranuca anety, will he landed this day from brig Bttw - y, from Richmond, for (ale at U , dar to sor now to use til set by ol as a to the sist a a JS P. BETUUJEtCO, VALUABLE ItEAL'ES FOR SALE, ta tbb (itt os aiw - Toniu IrIVE lots of ground on the wcit side of Green - wich - etrect, between Vestry and Uetbros - ses - ttreeft, ti by 80. ' Four do in Uie rear of the above, (routing on the east side of VashiiMTtoa - street, Sitj 114. Eight do in the block btkiw, between Wash ingtua and West - streets. , In Montgomery Cconty. 6000 acres of Land in Lawreoce's purchase, near East Canada Creek, on the north side oi the Mohawk. ' In Franklin County. 1 J, 162 acres of Land, ia Uie towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. ' y In Essex County. 7855 acres of Land in the town of Carry more. In the County of Lewis. ; 1230 acres of land in Casterland, Ckassanii Purchase. la Saratoga County. SCOO acres in Palmers purchase. Enquire at the office of the subscriber. 34 Ce - street. ' BEV. IIOBINSON. mhl7tf U.SAUNDER'a PATENT RAZOR oTKOP. Yoa that wish to shave with eiwe, lluy of Savvdkrs if yon please ; His Kaxor Strop's, peculiar imb, That sharps the Kaxor with a touch. G SAUNDERS retpertiully solicits those . who hare not got his Patent ltiror Strop, furnish themselves with his new invented Ra - Strop, and Metallic Composition. No gen tleman who once makes trial of one of the Strops offered, will ever try auy others; and such is their formation, that ever to much use will not give the razors that ruuodurss wbk - h renders the best of thera useless, and which it well known always to follow till! amplication of all thntt hi'.lier - invented, l he above strops are in general in New - York, and are distinguished trom all others. Barbers who have und them say mure inuteir praise wan i can my sett. if u. nwnrnc 13 Wall - street. Alto for tale. Razors. Soap, and every u'.to - for Stowing, of the first quality, with a superior asottm tit of Perfumery, Hair - Powder,olc. from Smyth's, New Loud street, London. N. U. The most liberal allowance made to dealer,. my 2i ONE HUNDKED DOLLARS REWAitO. 1 lbSING from the gallery of lhe Amenran 1V1 Academy ol the Fine arts, TWO MIMA. TURK PORTRAITS, the one a gentleman's, in gold, ornamented with pearl and richly finished on the bark, rs .'iated trom tbe Cfolre;ll.e other a lady's, without setting, but fixed in a plain casing. The above reward will be paid WILLIAM DUNLAP, Esq. keeper of the American Academy of the Fine Arts, on delivery the above miniatures to him, at his painting rooms, in the New - York Institution, or at his house, No. o9 Leonard street : or, if Uie gentleman's picture alone it so delivered, the patnlir.g uninjured, seventy dollars will be paid to the person who delivers it ; and in like uiauner, for the ladies miniature alone, the painting uninjured, thirty dollars. The money will he paid on delivery of Ibe pictures, and no questions asked. Jewellers, Watchniastrrs and others, to whom these pictoies. or lhe settine of the gentleman's picture, may he offered for sale, are particularly solicited lo be on their guard, aud give notice above. By order of the hoard. ALEX. ROBERTSON, Src'ry. J 13 Sw Uf AN I'KD, a lad about 14 years of age, as do nrprentire to the rrintins business. Apply at the coiner of Nassau and Spruce - its. 17"OR the above troublesome and often fatal " romphvint, Hamilton's Elixir is offered, with confidence inspired by twenty years successful experiment. A smelt trial will nrore thatit dis lodges and evacuates the touch viscid phlegm or mucus, strengthens Uie weakened vessels of he lungs, theattics the acrimoninns humoar which irritates them, and finally discharge it. Thus striking at the root of the disorder, the yran tomtare of course effectually aad permanently conquered t ttir reverse of common medicines, which weaken th constitution, and give strength Uie disorder, for the sake of moderating for the present tome mils painlul fleets. TO PARENTS, who have children afflicted with ihit dreadful malady, thit it a discovery of firtt magnitude, ai it affords immediate relief, checks the progress, and in a short time entirely removes the most cruel disorder to which children are liable. The elixir it so perlrrtly a - greeuhle, and the dose so small, that no difficulty arises in taking it. De particular to ask for Hamilton's Elixir, imitations of which are offered to the public, hut none are genuine without the signature of H. Lee. For tale at LEE'S medical warehouse. No. 46 Mdiflcn Lan, and by every respectable Drug in Nrw York. J 10 4iak C .P tW 'r T JA M m smW - i'V MUTUAL INSURANCE COMTA5Y OF THK CIT OF KKW - tORK. tJ t, . r t . . . J - loiatu Iltsiuviumjor jruurance agaiwtjiri ifSURE sgainst Lou or Damage by Fire, Dwelling Houses, Ware Houses Beildings in general. Merchandize, Ships in port and their Cargoes Household Furniture, and every de scription ol personal property, on terms at favo rable at similar uwutiitiont in imtcity. This Company is incorporated eolcly for the mi mow of insuring aaainst losses bv fire, and has circumscribed its uperations chiefly within this city una imracuiaic pruiimuy. In addition to tbe Capital Stock. SSOO.orjo, which it secured by bond and mortgage on real estate aad public stocks, this Compaay osscrr. handsome sorpint lund, invested ia like man ner : parties assured may therefore repose the lul lest coufidence in the solidity of its capital, and that anv losses or damage will be tellied wit! DfonicUtiide ai d liberality. 1 he diffcmnt ratet of premium arvl conditions of Insurance are uniform with those of the other Fire Insurance OiScet in thiscity. The public arc reierred for particniars to the printed proposals mcirculatioo, and which may be baa on application at :o. si t air siret v. GABRIEL FURMAN, President, JOHN PINTARD, Secretary. mavEB WANTED, A WHITE girl or woman to do the cooking, l. Z - c.inasmall family, cunustin? ul to ei own persons, livmc in a pleasant prt of th city, the will have the assistance of a little fcirl andanny. oneneeappl) a iuiout gooa rccommendaitona. Apt ly at, UiuoJhcc. J 15 tf JEWELLEKV, WATCHES, a. VCAsE of sundry Jewellery, Ine Cutttry, Silver limiting aad Plain Watches, Dretaiog Cases aad Lalies Work Boxes. 2 cases Ladies Corsets aortd. For tale by J LAdEERT. Je S4 3 Courlmd ttieet. irET .VUJSSE ir.lVTED. O NE with a good supply of nils, and wlo can produce sAt'ufaclorv tAtimonial cf tk. - VH, - r M Jjm' m m mm jr - m V 4 character, c. will meet ui esonurageTficni, by applying at MBS. ULEUS, J 10 if No. it Droit! way. 10STCDACU aim STEAM - BOAT UNE, - t UK ruiunUM.iruiJi. BT WAX Or ELIXABBTnrOW roisT. (Through in One Day.) ANEW Line of Post Coadies with every con - veuieDce for passengers sad bEggsge, on Springs, stattt from. the Coach office, No. 1 Courtiand - street, near. Broadway. New - sork, every morning, (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta, via Elisabethtown, Brunswick. Frinceton, Trenton sod Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia tbe same afternoon, at 4 o'clock. A secoud Line of new Post Coaches will sun Kaal. Fare & dollars. P. S. l'atWPSert are requested tocsllaod taKetnnrseaisai uie oiuce nu. t tourtland - st. N. Y. .... - United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on springs. The U. S. mail coach will start from the coach otSce, No. 1 Courtl&odt - st. New - York, every day fat 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passengers admitted. For seats iaihe above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, the old estat lished Coach, and Stesm Boat office, No. 1 Court - Inndt - stieet.nesr the corner of liroadwav, iew - York i or to A. T. GOODRICH U CO. No. 184 liroadway, corner of Cedar - street, and at No. 63 Whitehall - street. New - iork. G5"A1I goods and baggsge at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS & CO. N. B Expresses sent to anv part of the Con - uneot.by THOMAS VlllTFIELD. Je 34 , SWIFT bURE MAIL COACHES, TOR rUlLADKLPRIA, ftr Leave rw - tork leveiy morning fSunday'sex - Jcepted) at Bo'clocU, and ar - nve in I inbiueipiua next ay to dinner. The public k house t are good, and rensoosble in their charges. The drivers, horses and coaches are not inferior to any others uow running between these two cities. The beautiful country, and the excellence of the roads on this rout, connected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable expences, are beleived lo be strong inducements to travellers in giving thit line a decided prefer, ence. The strictest attention will be observed by the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at the risk of the owner unless insured and receipted for by the clerk of taid office. Stage fare only 5, with a generous Allowance of baggage. Parlies wishing to travel at their leisure, may engage the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively lo themselves, by apply ice ont day previous to starting. r or sears appiy ni .tinners iioiei, u. m Courtlandt - street, New - York. LYON, SONS, 4. CO. apt Proprietors. UNION LINE FOR PHILADELPHIA. ; Twenty - five miles land carriage, via New - Brunswick st (ITrenton. In tew post coaches $3 l)o good singes 4 50 Do lorecastle or deck passengers, 3 iO Connected by II. e steam boats oi.ivk urahcu and rHLAOKLritiA. The steam - boat Olive Branch will have New York every day, Sunday's excepted, from Uie imrth tide of Uie Battery, at II o'clock, A. M. Passengers will lodge at Trenton, and take the steam boat l'hiladel - nhtu. to attoarrive in Philadtluhia nt lOo'rlock the next morning, in time to take the Union Line Baltimore tteain boats. This line has a connection with (lie best boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to JMorlulk; as alio those of the North Riter and Sound ; and their several arrivals are calculated to cause little, if any delay. Thit it a tptedy and certainly the most conve nient route, at Uie pastengers wia leave new - York after the banks open, and arrive io Philadelphia before (lie hours of busmet. without fatigue in travsllicg or want of sleep, Uie land car nage being much less Uian oy any oiner rouie Between the two cities. For teats id the above line apply to WILLIAM H. JAQUES. At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - keifield street, north side or the Uattery, between Greenwich and Washington streets, or to The CAfTAIN on board. QT - All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. p AO I ICE. For the further accommodation of Ibe public, the de - afparture of the Fin fly from ist," - VrfiTr3 aMf - nrg ana newourgh uill be in future on the following davt : Leave New York on Monday, weiinesdny and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newhurgh on J uesdsy, r inlay and rumiay at o a. ji. The above arrangement will commence by the Firt fly Itanic Newburgh on Sunday, the 54th May. The Western Stage leaves Newhurgh iBime dialely after the arrival ol the FircOy. mv iz KASIOR AKU BKTHI.KHKM StW LI Mi, VIA RRW - BHDaSWtCK. Pasiengers will leave Aew - iorK every iwoudav and Friday, nt 1 1 o'clock, A. M. io Uie stenm boat Olive U pinch ; lodge at New Uru'mwick ; leave there early next morning, and arrive at Eaeton nt 4 oVIork in the afternoon. Returning, leave Eastnn rvery Monday and l riday, at 5 o'clock, A. M , lode at New tfntnswick ; arrive at New - York at 10 o'clock next morning, in the steam - boat Olive Branch. The stag connectt J with this line it a good fonr - horsestsge. Passage from N. Brunswick loF.nston, J350 ; from Eatlon to Bethlehem, 75 cents. For eMt iu the above hne,npnly to WM. B. J A'iUES. tit the Philadelphia Union Line Steam - Boat Offire. north tide, of the l attery. JkUiil.K i Lt. J sO.v, I'ropnelor. Jel3tf FOH yHllHl)Kl.lHljt, Via El.l'AA UETIl - TOfV.V I'OIXT. lt I'Oal' - COACH LINE, Thrmtsh in n rfy and' by day - lieht, LEAV ES New - York in the steam - boat Atalanta, from the foot of Whitehx.l - ttreet, near tbt Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquire at No. I Courtlandt - street and No. 3 Wbite - bail - dreet, at which f lsces teats may be taken. Je20 tf .VAH' Ml'HlC. JUST published and for sale at WILLIAM DU HOIS' piano lorte and mu. - icstcre, No. 1SG Broadway, Thine am I my faithful fair; Uie soldier's bride ; anl trom childhood's dawn to noon of youth a: sung by Mr. Philipps. Ah cao I e'er forget thee love The celebrated echo soog The inspiratioo, sacred aitlody The Sasoo oir, with variations by Cramer Haydn's celebrated coutonet, My mother bij me bind my hair, as a I oodo Twenty lour r alas, for young performer;, by .v. u. cnaiioner Th oaseCobou' - g walli, witli variations The Sophia Waltx The storm rondo, by Strihelt J 12 7T) LET. - si me inree siory untie nouses no. ii svaiKertireei. AJli - UiretT J It 3 So. 6 Pint itrect from New - York every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Stesm Boat Atalanta, lodge at Trton, and arrive at Philadelphia, in aSlviim Kaaf. nest moraine at 10 o'clock. d TUB iOUJi'U STEAM M T - JJA E. . The uroprietort, wi'h view of accommodating the pubbc, by extending the lite to Norwich, intencf making the experiment wiihthe Fulton, Capt. Law, and thit route (if foead practicable) will he continued during the season. Tbe line wilt in future be from New - York to Norwich, at follows : The Connecticut, Capt. bunker, will leave New - York every Monday, IV'.dntiday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, in the roondng, lor New - Haven. Tbe Fulton, Capt. Law, will leave AwrmcA at 6 o'clock ia the morning of the same days, touch at JV tit - London and depart from theme for Xtu llaxtn at b o'clock. The boats will meet at Attn H nrtn, and depart from thence every Monday, Wtdnes - Hay and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut (or JYeu - l'trk, and the Fulton for JWic - Jjimdun and Jfoiuich. mhl7 AXMbCMOU alld t ANAHUAIOVAMAHj - ITAOIC TflRXK TIMES A WKGK. LEAVES Newburgh every Sunday. Tuesday, and - Thursday mornings, at three o'clock, runs through Montgomery, Bloomingburgh, Montieello. by White Lake, Cothectoo, Mount Plensant, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owcga, Itbica, and Geneva, toCanaodaigun. Returning leaves Csnsndaigua every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - York the following morning. (Xj 8ioy tr expected tltat al ail Hints u hen the iteam - loats alter tlieir days of naming, that tiiii line trill alter so as to meet them. The whole route will be perfhmtd in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and trom the first ot November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, in four days and from the 15th December, until the fifteenth of March the same line will be continued to Uie city of New - York and run from thence to Caiiandaigua in four days. Passenger travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in three days a distance of three hundred milts. Tbe lute is well furnished with good, new carriage i good horses, and careful and experienced driver Every atten. tion will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in Uie state. (Xj" FARE from Newburgh to Canandaigu FOURTEEN DOLLARS. ti. 11. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. AUo, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point, thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to liaUi, Be. . BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Bloomingburgh, E. C St. John. Mount Pleasant. L. & R. Manning, Chenango, LPropric - ...i r m.. I JLiUUKTl vrir. ima, , IV1. Samuel Greenliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lanting, mh 14 d6m THK HTEjiM - UO.iT .i J.i UiwVVW, FOR ELlZABKiHTOWJi POINT, EAVES N York each day, Sundays except. from the loot of White - linll tiretl i.i ar lhe Battery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. ; leaves Elisabethtown Point at 8 o'clock A. M. and half past 12 o'clock and half past 4 o'clock P. M. Je U) tf jvuhth Hirth. Hrh.iM - uo.ua, (ir On the I Ith ol at ay, cowou - oied ruociinz four times a week. A Boat leaves New - York oo Tues day, at a o'clock, a. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M; Friday, nt 9 A. M. nod Saturday, at 5 P. M. ol each week ; and a boat ledges Albany on Moo - day, Wednesday, Tbuisdty, and Saturday, at 9 A. Al. Tbe Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New. burgh, and returnson Aloodey, Wednesday aou Friday, at U A.M. J 2C FVH H.iLK, A farm of betwren sixty and seventy acres, tituate oo Uie west bank of Lake Otsego, aud oue mile from Uie village of Coopetstown. On it are anew stone house 64 Art square ;anew .arm houte, barn, Kc. Ii forms a desirable es tabliahiueul for a gentleman wishing to retire into Uie country, as its situation, as to prospect, convenience to market, Uc. is not surpassed by any iu the interior of the state. It w ill he sold low for ca - h, on a credit, or exchanged tor pro perty in thit city, goods, tic. Apply to A. D h It. SEDGWICK, mv 7 tf Law Kuiidings. I OH N HbWI f T still resides at No. 24? W a J ttr street, where be has a very handsome and f.ihionih!e assortment of Cabiuet rurnituru on hand, which he will warrant to he of the first quality. He solicits his New York and southern fiiendsto gite him a call, nt he tlattert himself they will uot be disappointed. Ordert executed at the shortest notice. Je ti ti WHOOPING COUGH. D' OCTOR bCOTl'S Pectoral Mixlure, w hich it a safe and effectual remedy for the u hoopir: cough. It it onlv ten veart since it wasciffeitd to the public, and tome thousands ol children, both in England nod Scotlaad, have been cured by it, after every other medicine had been used wiUiout eflect. It is held in the high est estimation lr itt excellent and taiuhnoui virtues. It promote gentle perspiration, re moves viscid iihltgra by an easy and safe txpeC' oration, aud is highly salutary lo the lungs ; it strengthens and defends lire stomach, givrsgreat - tr liberty oi breaming, ana produces ue most tile, salutary and happy eutcts, ny prevent ing those distressing and coavulsive coughs, to ubtcli thousand ol Individuals, in cense - quencc of neglect, prematurely fall a sa lilice. It is not by exciting a temporary atiinulus of relief in those violent paroxysms that its quail tics are manifested, but by effectually remov ing those ilislrcssing symptoms, by giving vegour to the weakened frame, and renovated health to the afltictru individual. Sold wholesale and reteil, by R. Robertson, Apothecary, No. Hi Broadway, and J. U. Mori sun. Drueirest, xvo. laa iireer.wicu - street, 4 York. Drugtrest thro.iL - houl the United states, may be supplied with the Pectoral Mixture, at cither of the above places, at the lowest uhoiesale price. Jy j 2m A HOUSE WANTED. A GOOD active Horse, about tixyrartold lis it wanted chiefly at a trig horse, n w hich harness lit in isi lie peiicctjy gentle bay would ne preleicd. Apply at io he Greenwich - irei t. J 6 WANTED, A GIRL from It to I.i) .art of f.;e, of good ii cnar.icier ann steady burnt, to assul in family. Apply at "ii Leonard - street. Je'.9 UUHHt.H.iJSU U.HHhl.Hih. FUJi A.iLh A PAIR of likely, active black Hones, sow n years old. They match in tpuit and gait. are fut trotters, and in excellent condition tor a journey. AUo, a hht Coachce, in excellent order. Inquii e at una ofhee. Jy 21 bt liO.ilUiiM. K:H.H)L. MISS BENNETl tmve opered T U1F. boftt.lmti trhool fr.r young ladies, on the I fr.r yij south fide of Ponie s Ho. k, in a tituilmn verv iienii'iy, nnj a - tnougb cinvement iu the city quite retired. Ti e usual En'.iih branches and Needlework, t rei ch. Meic, Dancirg and Lraw nig, ere lauirht, oy themselvet or by approved riiHrr. i or 'rriin ec. apply to !Hir. U. GREEN E, SI Wall - ttreet, or n: Uie school. Jl4tf 'tnvtlor three tingle gntiemen tai tie hand X somely accmmoC ited with board at Not a 3351 artfrv fcS Broacn ay. 26 Im A 4iMraUi pab&c kanw new t diiim s. MfS AA Ut4AC ' DOCnmilORNE,fo,a,rt) " - e, of London, an number of the facult nj and sargery 0re, deems it hi, 'd,. ty to repeat omeor!rvatioai s the abuse of MERCURY T rath, iitcriiuinate, and anquak. fied ate taereot, tat been proaec. tive of lnfiniU mi - hr 1 o.L w land are annually mercurialised out of eilT ence. The ditease we have in view uwes if. r tal resu'.tt chiefly to thit source. What a rit . that a young man, the hopet of hit cotmtrr .7j the darling of bu paietiU, thould be tnrltd a way from all the protiecti and eDjoymentao? lit. bv the conteoueniM nfnn. i,..J..j ""ma and by a disease not in itt own eatve fataL. - !! ybir.h onlv mnvM in frnm nu. which only provet to from neglect or in,nrn!. treatment.'' A gentlemar, (late Dr $ uetit) now perfectly hearty and well, had be.." nderphyticiaatof genetal practire, tiTv,. and repeatedly tal; vat. d ; when recommend s.' ears, edit nu m; rtit. Dr. H. (by a gentleman of this citvi hi. i ; . . were carious and bit Beth dropping from the his friends declared he could net n.if.i - .r I t wo months longer. Thousaads experiment.' ! know with what ease and safety Dr. u T.. .f rates the severest cases and confirms the'rmT,1" tution. The Doctor's plan (advertiv 27 cessary to guard the public against the ahnL Ii mercury, and other lata! delusions held forth. Persons, therefore, having contracted ai! vata disorder, or suspecting latent porton. ? - admonisl.ed not to tamper with tiieir coaJtitl tion, or conceal the disorder, till patt reco ry ; otherthavirg U.e remains of an old cs or other impuriuct of Uie blood, a well at oul er complaiLtt of n delicate nature, - ia tiuZ sex. thould nmemher potterity, aad do to their conscienrts by making aDnhcjiii. loDr. II. at hi. old and reirtaKuu lishwent, No. 64 Water - street, Iburhouset wVa of Old - s'ip, to obtain that trompt Miistance a. lone calculated to prevent disclosure. Aed he let me claim your serious attention Rememl a superficial cure is no cure at all: nr,i.. .k. . 1 sinessit radically dore, you wilj certainly han the disorder break out again with redoubled m" ic.il. r, .owe mure person ; pe - hapt uu.n wil. he too late for remedy. Don't yoo oten meet . the streets miserable, mufjl&led beinc vU,nt even a bit olnoseoa Utcirface? Tuff - " I beseec h you. "u - .e, , Dr. H's. chatac ler for skill - snd .f.,i,k grity being universally kuown intbitcity, tiace l804,Kuaractec to patients that delicacy and ss - crecy hitherto unknown, and having confined kit practice for yean past, exclusively to Uie cure ol nscaiei oi uie uiooa sjfvem. tney may tafely ctU ulnte on the mutt decided advanU lultlngDr.H. Gleet eradicated ia twt or threa nri - Stricturet removed without bontks nr anv u. er instrumeat ; and all dcbilitiei; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula't 6ic. A plurality ofotbeet hre prorided. and toiit.. ded that patients are not exposed tncach othtr't observation. Open till half past 9 in the tveoins All persons concerned are invited to he fr, . ailing, and speaking with Dr. II. which is ir.. of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid rL xpression of gratitude for innumerable nrntr. nundntions, anj for the decided pre le rime (it it pretemeu wiwi.tuti cause; loog given Mai bj a UUH.110I. IUIIUL. H. aii tetters must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 7 U Xt.UU Eli iL.iLK EH AOH 7.UP0 - Dill. EVANS1 supcriit uitthod o'curingact tain Disease, iniiowunivt sally acknowledged it ti t city : his mode of treatmei t is perfectly mild, safe, e irouiou,. auu nit csarg reasonable. In every i itailCA lie warrMifa rih. jai.d will return the pay i(t fidoes not perform agreeaba to contract. t There are many persons in this city and its vt - ciniiy, laboring under various chronic disetses, such a cancers, eld invetiyate ulcers, tcrofak or kings evil, fistulas, ducaaes or thm areuirt, hl.H.lr and kidnies ol'd complicated cempuuD'f of a certain nature, bilious anil other obttnu. rions, rheumatism, Ac. which theyroniidetinci rable, lhy can cen. - uciy it curea lis genera by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, o, 9, Peck - slir, bavin - practised in exteYiiiti hospitals in Europe 1 years under tome of tit first Surgeons and Physicians in Uie world, it4 made those obsUnate disease I hit constant tins for 30 vears. Oct It A FRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall - street, geotlt - rx. mill's drrssirg room, has for sale a few Rf sort of Damatk Steel, made by the celebrate! .Marguin, of P.irit. lie bat also received an tortii.f fit of the beat English Rasors, which bt w arrants good. If proved to th contrary, mo ney reiuncied. Mr. FKUMENTOreterot his sincere Uittdti to hit customers, and the public in gent rid, fol their very liberal patronage, and tolicitt a con Unuani e of their tavnurt. - . He hat likewise procured a very fine hone,N eiigaiie.t to restore razors to a very Keen ue, and should Uiey out cut well be w ill receire no tecomence. Gentlemt n who subscribe by the Quarter, win hate their apparatus kept exclusively for theta - elvet. eav ACOBSTAS1 supply of la, dies Beaver Httf, freih from the nufactory, suitable fur tbe south - era market, aad packed at th shortest notice, 3! YVLS05'P, 160 Broadway. TO MASONS. ... I JROl'OSAI.S will oe received at ro - V ash in Eton slieet, lor building a w. ereeahiy with apian tirre leir, lor a . . A - . sm rm gtate - uie corner ot uie oewnrs ureet . . . , . ' ..H arert. Jt lit tl.EOA.T PUJTU UHTES. JOS. WILSON, 14Mai.len - Lane, haJ" t eivtd by the Venoi, a large niofttJ" exctlleut llano Forte, Patent Mutes, Flageo lets kc. manufactured expressly lor mm 7 r menti U Co. Loudon. Also, Piano Forte SUVM in sets , new music, and every article i "T ficnlline; instruments taken in exchange) tunpTt romied. , my xajj. NAiLs, VILEs - , AAMt - S, c. CI j flue drawn Rose and Clusp Nails, aisonru 'lie S casks black and bright Vicet 3 do baud and sledge Hammer no., w. .:s,. im.. a in H inches 10 tons tlt and square Iron assorted sis For sale at UI Piue - ilreet, by ' la J ID HENDERSON Kt"" - 2V LET. A drv Cellar, under the boute lto.! j . - . evil HI S. I Hit - n.j tied, ruiuuiit 01 1 1.. . - .'.' , 1J4 P.ati - strttJ - II tt NEvv - ioRh: mwn PRISTTM JJTD rUBLlSUED KtCV A EL BuliXHAMk CO. 49 Wti.tiAMWTi:s orrcsti rn No, Bajta Corrxn - nocss.. Kl&sSiiv.l mm (

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page