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; ; : .b chancery. ; i Sta: fJtYork, - ' tH pursuance of an order of tldei honorable court, bearing uat tbe t7Ui day of June. 1818, w I be sold a pubUe a action, at iba Toatiaa Cv.ff. - e Hoite,lR the city ef New York; under the ditpctioa oi liie subscriber, m om of tha bm - Ui of thiscnurt, tlie tUX slay of J uty next, at IS o'clock at nooa. ait tbosa several block, wa res or parcels of ground, situate, lying aad being ia tli township of Brooklyn, isj I he county of Kirgaact state oi ew - Yock, aforesaid, aim aoowa aad ujungnind oa a snap naoe ny jtr - emiab Lott, tba 19th nay of March, 18u2, by tha following boundaries, to wit. aortharly in front by Waicr - street, southerly io the rear by Froat - etreet, easterly oa tba or aide by Jack - oa - ttrefci. aad westerly oa tha other tide by Uold - slitjet, contaioiDg four squares or biocti ( ground. Also ail UKjeecerTsio water row, ij" immediately in front of tba before described Mock, bounded as follow to wit easterly by J eckson - slreet, Ul'l7 by Water - street, and westerly by Gold - street, cootsiniag bread lb oa watf - trsetuie atunce neiween - . Jarkaoo - eteet, and rnnaing Into uie m w' as far as the grant of ths corporation of the city of flaw - York extends, with the appurtenance. WJW.3lAME5A.HAM.LTOS( . " Muter ia Chancery. Nt4e The above property will be sold lot and mreeM. according to a cercup n. whWh will be exhihinited ia n Oxfrabome eo week before the day of sale. cll . I ef I ar . The sale of the abort property is postponed to the tttveatecath day oi Augirn mihiiuh - " iuif aad Maes - T xisi, soio. waraMpiaM. jAJlt8 HAMILTON, - J 2 dJ . . Matter ia Chancery, A.MBOY ON SUNDAY. Tbe Steam Boat OLIVE BRANCH will sailfor Am - v - Tii tlor on buoday next, son .Jc very succeeding Sunday, at II u'cluca precisely. She will leaven at r. M tn ,iriM ml 1 nV.lnrk. f atsenger may aitber dine oa board or at any of the tavern, f asssge 50 cent goinp, the mjk pries for retamioe ; dinner oa board 75 cents. P. 8. In Baking the trip she will sail : round Btatrn Islkiwl. t un . I H UitAAliMATlCAL' BAR. rpHE importance vf a correct knowledge ' 1 A Grammar, a wo meon aeanowieugeu io tieed comment. The ssettletl and desultory nanoer, ia wbi b it is Uuebt in cornmoa schools, bigb'y eiceplipuable. To bare arbitrary rules and dcfioitiAo parroilikecosBaiitdrd to memory, learned aud conned by rote without com meat or eiscifUtion. it found to be genetally void of ntili ty ( for so Inf J a the primipies of rules are not undsntood, they can never ba applied to actual jMe. t'oder sach i mprtf iuot and iuduenced by a deijra to praaiwte so useful a branch of education, toe subscribers propose a remedial tyitesa. in the undertaking, they are conscious of no other motive, than ths projnotioa of a branch of knowledge, which it aa ioilttperaihlo pre - requisite io every other. Tba subscribers anticipate many irfijecUObs to so complete a devintioa from the safe quoted track, which custom has Ions since auctioned a tbe aaost eiifible : bat, to obviate then, they aik a thorough aod candid iavesti - a - 1ioa of its prioci(iles. It is a dictum, tht with - - eat a kDnwledge of the resect oa which laws are made, ao ons caa know tbe law. A conviction of it troth formed the most powerful incentive to litt UvQctiaa ol Uie Grammatical Bar, which con - Vf vi to the mind tbroueb the medium of the eve tbe reaiotu, tie whyt, and the wherefores. To be short, it emplnys tbe perceptive faculties, the learner acaiiires a bahit of attention, bis iadae - rstiit isexercited, aad be advances with ease and delight. 1 be subscribers have takea a conven. 'lent room in Fnltoa - atreet, No. 139, where cbil drea, yoanc bdiea and sen tic men may acquire a aorrect knowledge of nelish srammar in sixty boars. A correct knowledge of parsinx will be . i it a . 1 1 : tjiTanenew oegioncrs u not, no pay win uc rc (lttircd. A new class to begin on Wednesday. J. BROWN. Jun. B. IJ.CROSSFIKLD. W. B. Younr geaUemen. who have been in - sireciea in we snorr verm oi siai nwn. win m nrented for examination each day at S o'clock, 1'. M. bcbolnrs received and instractrd at an v hour from 6 O'clock A. M. to 10 o'clock P. M Ttrms of tuition aaade known at tbe above men tooedroom. J su ini sTRF.WEH.Y toe !. a bnu,a Braw Jl J ery & Malt House connected, ia the city of Hudson. Tb buildicgs are stone, and particularly well calculated tor tbe business. It u situated in the mkUt of a barley country, and bat many ether advantages. It is certainly an object tor those . wishing to engage in tins butt ness. It it tbe only brewery ia tha country. Thil iwoDerty will be sold cheap. Terms libe ral : title rood. For further particulars apply to M. MULDEPI, .No. 73 alaiden - lane, New York ; or J. NIXON, Jr. near the premises. J ana 13 tf ANTUOSY tiTUEKT NOTICE. "VTOTICE is hereby civen to all persons in JJN tarested that the Commisiionra of esti iaat aad assesseatat. appointed S' the 8a - ' wren court of Judicature of tbe people of the state of New - Y ork. to perform certain duties re r1stie to the opening, enlarging and improving - Anthony - slrset. In the said city, have completed their estimate and assestmeat, a well of the lot and damaee sustained by the owners and partie " interested of and in the land and premises required for tbe Mid improvement, as also of tbe benefit and advantage received by tbe owners and partii a interested of and in the lands and premises not required for the said improvement, and that we the sud commissioners hare deposited a trve coiiy of our report of estimate and assets - ment ia the clerks office of tbe city of New - York for the inspection of whomsoever it may concern, and notice i hereby further given, that the report ef the said commissioners at estimate eud assess ment, will be presented to the Supreme Coort of - Judicature ol the people ol we tiaie oi aew - 1 ora ' at the eanilol in tbe city of Albany, on Friday the 14th day of Attal next, at tbe opening cf the said court on that day, or as soon tnereaiter as counsel can be heard thereon. Dated this . tub day of July, 1818. (A copy.) JOHN FO ABES. 1 W M . TO R K E V , Commissioner. ' ' JKO. L. LAWRENCE, S ' J K lOt , ,' , . .A K.'.ifr.n HArlP. - . X A. GUn WAI.Dr respec4fiuy mviies - Lf : tlie amateurs of music ia inspect at his Piano forte Manufactory. No. 1i Maiden laue. a tBosical inatrument that periectly equals the ' harp u sound and far surpasses it in point ofea . sy treatm at, as it is played like the piano by means o keys, and consequently ba all the ad ,inlarMi.f brilliant modulation i tlie only one in ' the 1iuted State. Also, aa elegant Piano Forte f fin tone, musical variety arid workmanship, - amiaaa assortment of different kinds, whose good qualities have been testified by tbe undersigned , eminent nrofeasors : . We tha subscribers, professors of snnsir, do certify, thnt we have carefully examined nr. J, A. Guttwaldt'i Piano - fortes, which, for inscnui - ty and excellence of workmanship and uniform brilliancy of tone, we deservedly recommend to . public patronage. Messrs. billes, kuenae, la Kitta,Ki. Ttubault. Charles OUiert." J7 . A'ary Agent's Offic, Aftr - lorc. LOCUST TlMBF.R'WAftTEn. WANTED, a quantity of loewst timber and V?""1 - Apply to the Navy Agent, at CI - sUrei t. ITJ'The poblijhtrs of the New - Brunswick Timet, Newark tolineL l,.l.l,l M.. JV.w Havcu Journal, and New - Loodoa Gat ette, WiU please publish Lhii ulnM'n.i. ... .u - . ...... "WWWJIU . ud Mti4 their hi)l lo tbt N.V7 Agent! Office A MEaUCAN CLOTHS 2 bales suoertn, IX. Aaencan Cloih, iut received and lor oj me uu.iutiisj S310.N COMPANY. Jyl6 m;i rean - sTreet. TO LET. a A. lots wit 47. fort in laid lot to or with with by Lxt John date be as Coirt 4c. ed, sals. the the jl tioa will portt an the sale A pleasant back room, at no. 56 Wall' tlrect,taitab1eforalawyer'soSoa. Pi unmt.liauiy. Apply ia the froot c&Ce J 4 LASD3 FOR SALE AT rrfiUC AUCTION npHE following tracts of Laad, situated to the L iVistnct of Maine and comnwwwi Matvrbuettt, will he sold for Cash at Public Auction, oa VVedneNlar, uMSScenuuaj jr tembernext, at li o'clock at noon, eltheToa - tioeCoiLe - lJouse ia the city ofNew - Vork, u - A tract of Land being part of a certain towo Nrrp aamber three calkd Newry, lying U that rest tract called Miter s.uw v"j hrd (formerly York) containing twelve thoa - mt an nnr and above bUU reservations aad exceptioas of certaia lots. - Saodry tracts in township number four, oa Schoodick or fit Croix River, to wii : One tract deoominatea the u tract oa iw conUinlng seven fceadred aad sightirea ,. OpePtotr tract ia the township denoauaated B. on tha plat, containing two thousand two hundred and eighty - two aeres, exclusive oi two huodred acres within the limit thereof, be - Uoe other tract in said towoihip denominated coutaiainc foar thousand acres, exclusive of one iot lying within tbe Us its thereof, containing ninety eight acres, sold to Aaron Phelps. SU lots of Land ia said township, situated in that aawrvu4 pfanrs a Iftfft lit the northern half ol said towaship, to wit: aambers 17, 8, t9,.30 , . ik. .n. handled 1, PHI f fcWWXHHgW "" adeigbty five acres. . . j Also, eight rots of hud, io the third range ol ia tbe said flortbtro balfof the townthip tu : aumbefa 33. 34. 35. 38. 37. 39. 46, and containing in the saute seven hundred and v - flve acre. , One other tract Ivinr partly in Trenton aad partly in number eigfat,ia the county of Hancock, laid townthips, containing exclusive ol set tiers, Mvea thousand acres (excepting and re serving lots wincn nave neea surveyed ana out to settlers, fcc. and reserving every such as may have been ia any manner conveyed settler; and reserving likewise tbe mills, houses aad otW improvement wbich appertain to are erected titereon, uiclOriine io the taid re servatioo tbe one undivided balfof a saw oiil, tbe land belonging to the tame - ) Together a double saw - null, a griit - inill, two dwelling houses and a store, all erected on lots number seventeen and number one. iu Treuton a - fomaid. Tbe above real estate wat conveyed to the nbscriber. asattittant rrgitter of the court oi chancery of the state of Mew - York, in trait. Oliver Kane and Lphraim Bowen, Junior, - cutors of the last will and testameut ol fnues Clark, deceased by deed, bearing the 1st day of February, 1810. Deediwili executed to tbe purchttsers by the subscriler sach Truster, in pursuance of a decree of the of Cbanrtry. For farther particulars at to boundaries, title, apply ta the labscriber, at his office, No. 4 Nassao - etrott. where tbe same may be examin and also will ba made known at the time of Terms of sale, twenty per cent cash at time of sale, and the reriJus of the money on delivery of the deeds. ISAAfJ L. KIP. Jy IS t Is 2aw4wt3tawi0at GtOKUE BKlDfOUT, - DECOR ATIVK AJtCBITBCT ASD DRBI8HER, Northwest corner of Chiniit and ttveuth - stracts. Pb'l idelphia. 'YlIE public are re pectfully informed, that at wc aoove address, ware - iioomt nave wen pensd with an extensive assortment of Carmtt. Paper - Ilangings, Curtain Furniture, Lainpt, Luttres. Lookinc - Ulass Plates, and Faat r Fur niture of every description ; and that tl.e eter.u - of all orders in tbe dillerent branches oi'Up - hoistery. riper - Utnging, and CabiiM - Makiuz, be under tlit immediate direction ofU. Hrid - whose profeuional pursuit for many yenrt having been the superintending of the interior de - corations of houses, and from his possessing also extensive collection ofuetigna for furniture ol every kind, with drawings showing the entire decorations of roomt. and bit constant intercourse with tbe best sources or taite io r.urope, will, he hopes, enable him to meet the withes ot loose who may be pleased to favour hire wi'n their commands ; and be begs to atsure them that hit cnniuuu enoeavours win ue io tiiiuiu.itr i " - Novelty and Utility, with Economy to enable hiui to effect this, he is provided with various Urnaments in bronze, Jriaul, Uou'potitiou, selected wbeu he was last in Europe, for the decoration of Cabiuet Furniture, Cornices for Cur tains, Looking Glass Frames, aud other ducor.i live Furniture. 1 he above advantage, combined with being importer of the various aiiicletu'ed, to vie cute hit orders, will enable him to oiler the public, goods of superior quality and uhioo, on the luotkmodcrate terms. Southern aad Western Merchant! purchasing Fancy Goods, may find it to their advantage to visit this establishment, either to complete their selections, or should they wish to have imported various fancy articles, not ia the usual routine oi business : to such orders, every attention will be paiu.and Irom u.b's arrangements in r.urope,ne hi oe enaoieo to meei luein pron.piry. Gent lean n rtiii.'inK in any part ol the United Slatet, by forwarding the dimcaiious of tbeir rooms, wiiidowt or recettet, to receive appropriate furniture, can be furnished with Carpets and Paper - Hangings, Curtains and Coruicet, mane up complete lor winuuwt and icm, pier - tablts, book cases arid tide - boards tic. to suit recessts, with a variety cf o'her furniture, as Chairs, solas, ctiiuonera, l - artits wore i antes, remnroke and Uining do. Tecrcunes, 6.c. ac with all poctible expedition. oouoooUoooooo Tbe following articles are part of U. Bridjiort's Inte importations, nod are for tale at the ware - rooms as above : UPHOLSTERY FURNITURE. CABrlTIKG. French Tapcitry of various deiigus and dimensions, English, Brussels, ' Superfine and second Ingrain Venetian passage and stair Scotch Squares lor chambers - Hearth aod Lroor Regs Extra quality Blankets Green aud Blue Table Covers. icniM.ii rcRRiicRE. French embroidered bilks Merino Damaiks Plain and watered Moreens Merino Cloth, it yards wide Rich tiondoa Chiulx, Lenoes, for medium cur - Uiot Silk Fringes and Bindings ' .' - Urnumentui tii runs Gilt Cornice Ends and Curtain Tins rAPKR HXNUIltCS. Groupes of Figures nnj Uinuuients, in various colours and on muereut gruunds, lor decora - tmi D&nnels. An extentive assortment of sattin Si plain Papers Uo do d oi uorders. die. ac. LOOKIXO GLASe fLATFS. For Piers aad Mantles, to be got up in frames to suit ine purcoaser FASC1 VDBVITCHB. Drawing and Dining Room Luiirej atid Grecian stamps Mantle aod passage do Cande abri and Brackets for Lamps, Sic. Ladies' Work - Tables, uid fier do Select articles ot rich Cut Gist Dinner, Desert aod Tea Porrrlam Best Plated Wares, with silver edges Antione Busts and Go. Vases, in plaster French Porcelain vases, for Chimney ornaments And a ninety ol smaller articles. at eat for the Milford Marble Company, will re ceive as early aspo.iiole, a number of C1I1M - lib B 1 UWHf www ..m.iui ill ujcii a mailile, from doign furnished by himself. Tbir marble eauals ia beaety and durability, the Verd Antique, one oi uie maxoiet oi uie mgDnt price, aud most in esteem m Europe. ' U. B. also expects to receive, by the earltett arrivalskom Havre, a number or Chimney lie - ces aow exbcutinc in Pans, from desians lumisb ta oy Himself. Many ol tnese wul be decoi - atec with ormolu or salt ornaments. i oe orawiogs aod dunentioas of these vanous uesigni, may be seen at his ware - room, in Ches nmtireei. J SO Zawzra ' OR SALE. AAAJT of ground en Broadway, between 1. Walker street and Canal - street, SO feet 10 inches wide and 175 feet long. Inquire of on , , P. A. JAY, 7 tf No. 37 Pum - street. V ses the near tbe dar U. G to now their give best use in from a to pH with ine lief, ariie none Lee. M. gist (1 a of VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE FOi SALE, isr trx citv or wxw - toa. 1IVE lots of groaad oa the west side of Grteo - - wschtreet, between Vestry and Desbros - - streets, tS by 60. Foar do ia the rear of tba above, fronting on east side of Washington - street, 25 by 60. Eight do ia tbe block Ik low, between Wash - ingtua and Wet - streeU. la Moatgnmenr Coubty. 6000 acres of Laad in Lewreate's purchase. East Canada Creek, oa the north side of Mohawk. Io Franklin Cosnty. 15,162 acres of Laad. in ths towns of Mount Morris and Dayton. " in Lstex ioanty. 783t acres of Land in the town of Barry mora. In tlie CouotT - of Lewi. 1150 acre of land in Caaierland. Cbassaais PurtbaW. In Saratoga County. 2600 acres in Palmer's purchase. Enquire at tha office of the subscriber. 34 Ce - street. - - CEv. R0BINS03. roh!7tf j SAUNDER'3 PATENT KAZOrX aTROP. Yoa that wish to shave with ease, Bey if you please ; His Razor Strop's, peculiar such, 1'hat sharp the Raxor with a touch. SAUNDERS respectfully solicits those . who have not got his Patent Raxcr Strop, furnish themselves with his new invented Raxor Strop, and Metallic Composition. Noeen tleroan who once makes trial of one of the Strops offered, wilt ever try any others; and such ii formation, that ever so much use will not the razors that roundness which reoders the of them useleti, and which it well known always to follow tbe application of all those hitherto invented. Tbe above strops are in general in New York, and are littinguished Irom all others. Barbers wbo have uied them say mure their praise than I can myself. . 0. SAUNDERS, 18 Wall - street. Also for tale, Razors, Soap, and every utensil for Shaving, ol the first qsality, with a superior BMoitmrut of Perfumery, Hair - Powder, &c. Smyth's, New Bond street, London. N. B. The mott liberal allowance made to dealers. . . my 82 FOR the above troiihlttnme aud often fatal complaint, Hamilton's Elixir isoffereJ, with confidence inspired by twenty years tuccetsful experiment. A $ingle trial will prure that it dis lodges and evacuates tlie tough vise id phlegm or iuucui, strengthent tbe weakened vecicli of the lung, rheathes the acrimonious humour whicb irritates them, and finally ()iM harges it. Ttiui striking it the root of the disorder, the symptoms are of course effectually and permanently conquerrd ; the reverse of common medicines, which weaken the constitution, and give strength tlie disorder, for Uie sake ol moderating for tbe - sent ome ofits painful ifit - ct. TO PARENTS, who bare children afflicted this dreadful malady, this is a discovery of nrsi magnitude, ns it aoords immediate re checks the progress, aad ma short tune entirely removes the ino,t rrorl riiiordrr In which children are liable. The ehxir it so prrlrcly a - grernbie, and the dose so small, that no difficulty in taking it. Be particular to ark for Hamilton1 Elixir, imitation) ol which are offered to the pnbhc, but lire genuine without the signature of 11. i . For sale at LEE'S medical warehouse. No. 4C - irlen Lane, .md by every respectable Drug inNew York. J 10 MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF mi citt or MXW - TORK. he oldest Institution for Jmunmee tgaintljirt in thit rWv,) FiSURE against Loss or Damage by Fire, Dwelling Houvi, Ware Houses, Buildings io general, Merchandize, Ships in port ami their Careoei. Household Furni.ure. and every de scription ol perietal property, on terms as favorable as similar institution! hi this city. This Company is incorporated solely for the purpose of iuuring egainit lotses by fire, and hot circumscribed its oraratioo chiefly within thii citv and immediate nroiimitr. Inad.lition to the CanilaT Stock, $500,000, whirli it iccumd by bond and mortsnze on real estate and public storks, this Company potsesse handsome surplus lunJ, invened io line man ner : oartie awured mar thereore repose the ful leil conrmtnee in ine soiniHy oi iu capiiai, anu that any loies or damage will be settled with nrnmntitiide and liberality. I ne a ine rem rniei oi premium anu conaiiiuic Insurance are uniform with tliose oftiie otiier fire Insurance Orlices in thiici' v. The public are referred for particulars to tlie printed propotais in circulation, and wiiicn uiaj be bad on application at io. o - vv an ureci GABRIEL FURMAN, President, JOHN P1NTARD, Secretary. HIT ID 4 WAN im AWHITK girl or worxan to do the cooking, &c. in a small funilv, confuting of four grown persons, living in a pleasant part of the city she will have the assistance .of a little girl and a boy. ftonenseo apply u itnout gocd recommeiulatious. Apply at llusomce. J 16 tf JEV tLLLKt. WAiCHEi - . Kc. CASE of sundry Jswelleiy, tine Cutley, CX. Mlver tlunucgani rmm a.r.ts, Drum,' Caset and Ladies Work Hole t 2 cases Ladies Coristt assorted. Fertalehy , J LAwCF.RT, Je 44 3 i.our!i4nd tiieet. WET A'UtSE IVAXTED. NE with a good supply ot milk, and w ho J can produce satisfactory teitimonisl of character, Kc. will meet with encoimcement. by applying at fHS. SAIDLEUS, J 10 tt io. Jb liniadwav. NI.Nlll HAIIU PUBLIC NO TICE is hereby riven, that the A 'tenor t of the isib Ward have comple ted their Auestnientt, aad that a copy thereof is left with one of the Atteiiors, at the bouse of l)a - vid Huettit, liarla - ai, ftr hvc days tl.e older five at the House of Davil Tun ev. Bowery - Hill. where the tame may he seen and examined by a - nyofthe inhabitants during ten dajt from the Jate hereof, and tliat the AeMors will meet i Fridav. Jury 24, 181H, at the houie of IJavid Turvev. Bowery - Hill, to review their said as settmrnts, on Die application of any person coo - reiving nimjeti sg;rievd. . nouriirom iw io on h dav. JOHN ADRlASCEi I Aeswrt of IU JOSEPH WTLLOl'ClIBYy Ninth Ward Jury 14 iXJ niKtL'HLlCK. A GENTLEMAN frto France wonld wub to draw tba attention of the c itizem of New - York to his newly ertaWitheJ Lab.iratory of Co lours for walls prepared lor immediate ue, and accompanied with direction tor layicg thera oo Tbe colours are of the brightett tints, and pre pared to that no disappointment can take place. St. John's HxIL Fraskfort - st. N. B. A very superior quality of Recording lok manuJactur4 by the tame person. Julytt tf in 4 in to the 53 day in and to by All the of duv aad the on at tle, At VOil COACH Aito STEAM - BOAT LINE, - rUR tUILADKLtUIA. t wai or ruzAXTHTow roiT. .' . (Through in One Day.) ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on Springs, starts from the Coach office, No. 1 CourUSnd - street, near Broadway. New - York, every morning, (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, the Steam boat Atalanta, via Elixabethtown, Brum wick. Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same afternoon, at o'clock. A second Line of new Post Coaches will start from New - York every morning, (Sundays excepted,) at 10 o'clock in tbe Steam Boat Atalanta, lodge at Trenton, aud arrive at Philadelphia, a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollar. V. S. Passengers are requested call and take their Seals at the office No. 1 Courtlaod - st. N. Y. United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on springs. The V. S. mail coach will start from coach office, No. 1 Courtlandt - sL New. York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 8 o'clock. Only 6 passengers admitted. For seatsinthe above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, and Steam Boat office. No. 1 Coart - landt - stieet, near the corner of Broadway, New - York t or to A. T. GOODRICH Si CO. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, and at No. Whitehall - street. New - York. (Mr All goods and baggage at the risk or the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS & CO. N. B Expresses sent to any part of tbe Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je 24 SWIFT SURE MAIL COACHES, for raiLADKLraia, DC" Leave XMew - iorx every morning fSunday'sea c Icentediattlo'clocK.andar - Bfcwin. i; Wrive in Philadelphia next to ditiiH - r. Tbe puhlick houtei are good, and reasonable their charge. The driver, horses and coaches are not inferior t any others now running between these twocititt. Tbe beautiful country, the excellence of the roads on this rout, connected with tlie safety, comfort, and reasonable expences,are beleired to be strong inducements traveller in givips; this line a decided prefer, ence. Tbe strictest attention will be observed tbe proprietors in giving general satisfaction. baggage and packages will go at the risk of owner unles insured and receipted for by the clerk of said office. Stage far only $5, with a generous allowance baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engnge the Coach oo reasonable terms escluiively to themselves, by applying one previous to starting. For seats apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Court.'andt - lliett, New - York. LYON, SONS, 4r CO. p 2 Proprietors. U.MUN LINE. 3 w& FOR PHILADELPHIA. Twenty - five miles land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Tien ton. In new pott coaches $5 Do good stages 4 50 Do lorecastle or deck paitengert, 3 50 Connected by tl.e iteam boats oi.ivr. BRAnr.n rHLADEl.rrtlA. The steam boat Olive branch will leave New York every day. Sen - day's excepted, from the north "ide - of the Uat - terv. at 1 1 o'CKx a, a. ai. ruieoetn win kmisc 'r tl. Ik. .t.i.m lnl ri.ilnlal - phia, so attoariive in Philadelphia at l(oYI',cli next morning, in nmc iu iaae lue union l.uic Baltimore tieaiu noait. Thit line hat a connection with the best boats the Dtlawarn and Chesapeake to Norfolk; Also those of tlie North Riter and Sound ; and their several airivale are calculated totalise lit if any delay. This is a speedy and certainly tbe most conve nient route, ae the passengers wii leave New - York after the banksopen, and arrive in Philadelphia before the boars of buninei - , w ithout fatigue in travelling or want of l - 'f p, the land car riage being much ht than by any 'her route between the two cities. For seats in the above line apply to WILLIAM B. J AQUES. tbe Union Line Steam Bout Oflics, in Mar - kelfield ttreet, north tide of the Unitary, between Greenwich and Washington itrrets, or to The C A PT Al N on board. All goodtand baggage at the rix cf the owner. P NO I lit.. Fur the further neenmmo' nation oi the paidic. tlie tie parture of the . 1 urtiy irom New - York and Newbureh will be w lutuie uii the following ilaj : Xeave New York or. Mmilay. Wednesday and Saturday, at9 A. M. Leave ?lewhurgh on Tuesday, I inlay and cunuay ai o a. ji. The above arrangement will commence by the Firefly leaving Ncwburgli on bunday, the sllth May. The Weitem Etse leavet Newbursh imme diately alter the arrival of the Fi felly. my 52 KAST05 A5D HEVBLKHRM IIW USE, VIA NVW - UKCIIIWKK. fjjfw oy Patienrer will leave ii SVew - Tork every Monday f - T land Friday, at II o'clock, A. ft. Ill u'c iiram coai Otne Branch ; lodge at New Brunswick ; leave there esrly next morning, and arrive at Emton at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Returning, leave Eattoo every Monday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, A. M.lodje at New Itrunswick ; arrive at New York at 10 o'clock next morning, in tlie ttearu - boat Olive Branch. 'I'he stage connected with thit line it a good four - borse stage. Pasnage frem N. Bruntwiclt to Huston, 3 50 ; from EaMoa to Bethltbtm, 1. centt. For seats in theahve bne.apply to WM. B. JA(tUES, at the Philadelphia Union Line Steam - Boat Oi&oe, north tide of the battery. ROBERT LETSON, Proprietor. J 13tf tXH PUIL.tMLLfUIA, l it ELIZA H ETll - TOrVX POtAT. poo l - COACH LINE, Thnru"h in m day and ia dau - lieht, T EAVES New - York in the fteam - toat Ata Js - i laota, from the foot of Whitehall - street, near the Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquire at ISo. 1 Courtlaudt - strret ana o. 53 White hall - street, at which places seats may be taken Je CD tf ft My MUSIC. JUST publ'uhe.1 and for sale at WILLIAM 9J DU BOIS' piano forte and muuc (tore, No, us Broadway, - Tbme am I my faithful fair ; the totiliev'i brxlc ; and from chiUlhnod't dawn to noon of youth at mn? by .Mr. rhilippr. . Ah can 1 e'er forget thee love The celebrated echo song ' The iiitpiratino, sacred melody The Saxon air, with variation i, hy Cramer Haydn't celebrated cooiooct, My mother bids m bind my hair, at a i ondo Twenty four loualas, for yonn; rrformers, by . n. Challoner The Saxe Cohourg waltz, with varisUoot The Sophia Walts The ttorm rondo, by Steihelt Je 1 17 ANTED, a lad about 14 years of ase, V V as r.n apprentice to tbe printing bntineii Apply at the corner of Noma and spruce - its. JyD $ T TUX SOUA'ltSTMM DOAT - L1M. Tbe proprietor, wib view of aocennmodating the public, by extending tbeliue ito Norwich, iafend making tt esperiaaent wkii the Fulton, Cit Law, aad tliji route (if found practkahle) will be continued during the season. The line will in futire be from New - York to Norwich, as follows ; The Connecticut, (. apt. Bunker, will leave New - York every AfenAiy. Wdnadaji and iVumy, at U o'clock, in the morning, fur New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave AbmicA at 6 o'clock in tbe morning of the tame days, touch wKJitw - Louiou and depart from tbeec e for Atw - Jf neen at is o'clock. The boats will meet at JVts - Jf aint, and depart from thence every JUmin. iVtinu - day and Friday, at ? o'clock in the evening tlie Connecticut for V - Fof, and the Falton for Au - London and A"r iek. oxh 17 Nawbvauh and ca AsnAibUAMAiL - gTAbX TBllkB TIMXI A EAVES New burgh e ve - swP - lli ry Sunday, Tuesday, 2 and Tbursdtry mornrngp, at three o'clock, runs through Montgomery, Bloomingburgb, Monticello, by White Lake, Cosbecton, Mount Pleasant, Gn at Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, lUiica, aod Geneva, to Canandaigua. Returning leaves Canandaigux every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Nea burgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boat which arrive, in New - York the following morning. OQ It sstcvjr be txfitcttd that ml mil Ames Am the ttram - boati alter their days of running, that Uii line Jl alter so as to meet them. Tbe whole route will be perfumed in three day s, from the first of May, until tlie fint of November and from the rir&t of November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of May, ir four days and from the 15th December, until the fifteenth of March the same line will Lr continued to tlie city of New - York artJ run from thence to Canandaigua in four days. Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N. York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigua in thi ee days a distance of three hundred mill . The line is well furnuhed with good, new carriages i good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every attention will be paid to render the passage of tlie traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it i believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. (JCj PARK from Ncwburgli to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. II. A branch of the same line runs three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a line runs from Owego Tioga Point; thence through Newtown and Painied Post, to Bath, He. V BAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the Owners. David Godfrey. Bloomingburgb,' E. C. St. John. Mount PleaianU L. Si R. Manning, Chenango, iProprie - L.uther Uere, limca, I tort. Samuel fireenliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Laniiog, mh 14d6in FOR ELIZABETHTOWN POINT, LEAVES N. York each day, SunJ - jyi except - . - Afeyiryifrfd. Irom the foot of White - tuil tired uear ttie Battery, at 5 o'clock and IO o'clock A.M. and 3 n' lock P. M. ; leavel Elixabethtown IViut at it o'clock A. M. and half past 12 o'clock and ball past 4 o'clock P. M. Je SO tf jVU7 ii tilt hit HTt..lM - b0.1J 6, Oy - On the llthofMay, .ikiweMimes a week. A Boat ' - - .it.r New - York on I'uev 'tay, diyo'ciuc a, A.M ; Wednesday, at 5 1'. At; Friday, at 9 A. M. and Sutuidi, at 5 P. M. ol each week ; and a boat lersves Albany on Mon day, Wednesday, Thursday, and baiuruay, at A. M l he r ire - Fly leave New - York on luetdny, Thurday and Satuiday, at 9 A. M. for New. burah, aud n turin on Monday, WeduetdAy and Fridav. at A.M. Je 26 aul A farm of between sixty and seventy acies, situate on the wet bunk of Lake Olsegu, and one mile Irom the villnge vf Cooperttown. On it are anew ill ne hcu, . j - i iet square ; a new larin hout, ha o, Uc. 11 furu. a deurable ei taoiitluirent fTa get.tleinan wixtiiog to ntire ui'.o I If ountry, at in situiioo, at to protect, convei.ieuce to market. Sic. it not sur)uised bv any mine inienor oi i!.e iaie it win ne toia low for c.vh, on i credit, tr exchanged for pio - pcrty in thit city, gootin, &.c. A to 11. U k A, SEDGWICK, rnv 7 tf Law Bnildirgi. I UHN 11 EVV I IT Hill reside at No. S4X W a l ter (tree!, win re he ha a very bandiome and lutbiooable assortment of Cabinet Furniture on baud, w hich he will warrant to be of the first quality. He solicits his New York and southern iriendsto give biiu a call, as he flatten himself they will uot be reappointed. Orders executed at the shortest notice. Je Si tf WHOOPINti COUUH. OCTOR SCOTT'S Pectoral Mixture, w hich is a safe and effectual remedy lor the wliooninz cnii'h. It u only ten tears since it watolTcicd to the public, and some thousands of children, both in England and Scotland, hae been cured by it, aitcr every other medic ine had boen used without etlect. It i held in the high - et estimation for its excellent and salubrious. virtues. It uroinotes senile perrpiration, re motet vitcid ihl sin by an easy and tale espec toration, and it highly salutary to Uie lungs i it Ireiigtheos anil deiends ine siomncn.guetgreiti - r hbertv of breadline, and produces the mott safe, salutary and happy rfUcts, by prevent - inote ditiretsiog anu coavuiie cousin, to which thousands of individuals, in conte. auence of uilect. prematurely fall a lac riCce It is not by exciting a temporary sumbiuaot reuei in muse vuuciiv poiiAj'9iii mat iu uwr ties are msniCested, but by effectually remov. nig tliose distressing symptoms, by giving eirnur to tbe weaxenca n ame, ana renovated ielih In Uie alliicteu niuiviuuai. Sold wholesale and retail, by It. Itobertson, Anotlucary, No. 82 IJroadwav, and J. C. Siori son. Dmiceest, ao. iau urecnwicti - street, n. York. Drucgests Uirouhout the United tutes. may be supplied w ith the Pectoral Mixture, at either of the above places, at the lowest wholesale price, . ' . Jy j Sm A tiOKtE WAN ll - U. a GOOD active Horse, ahouf tixyearecid. r He is wanted chiedy as a xie horse, in which harhttt te must ho perfectly gentle. Bay would ne prelered. A ply at Mo. 2 - 1 Greenwich - stri;e.t. J 6 WANTED, 12 to I5yeais , GIRL from 12 to 15yeais of age, of good rx. i lharacterund steady habit?, to assist in family. Apply at 74 Leonard - street. Je2 riOAKDIMG bCHUOL. - nHE MISd BENiE'11'3 have opened X boMdins ecliool lor young ladies, on the south side cf 1'owlet Hock, in a lituation vtrv healthy, and alltioucn ccsrtemeut to the city (juite t - lirel. Ine usual rjigiitri nranrhei ai, iMeedieworn, r rentp, tiu'ic. iancing and uraw ine, are taaeht, by ttwioselvei or by approved matters, r or lermt a;c - apply to onr. U. I GREENE, 4 Wall - street, or at the school. J 14 tf I U .MASONS. PROPOSALS will be received at No. I5S Wathinirton street, for building a bouse, a - greeably with apltin there left, for a tavern, oo the corner of the Bowling Gieea and State ttreet. Je 18 tiLOUR. - SXibbbi. Richmond sweet J'rcar, branded Variety, will be landed this day Irom brig Betsey, from Kkbinoml, for. sure at 9? Coffee Howe Slip, by JI4 D. BETHUNE Ir. CO. A 4UMtrAU , fibur kssw hesr te aiiaacebh fa. ' tween thiigi that dLffer. " DOCTOHHORNE,fohaer1, Of tha r l rj ly to repeat sowensmatirVi, tbe abuse of ALERCUR Y I rash, indiscriiuinat, aad izivJl fled ase uereoi, tiuW. tiva of inrWh? - !? PS?0C - sands are annnally mercariaJiwd oat of ?? V ence. Tbe disease we have in ylew owes tolreiulucluenyttu.soyrce. "vVhttart" that a young man, tha hopes of bis CfMrnL - y1!' the darling ol his parents, should be snatchcri. way from all the prospects and enjoyinentsof ah by the consequentes of one onVrdedmom. .d. b n " fts own cahes fcUL .J which only proves so from t:erl - i treatment." A rentlem - r. fla n. .KW tietltl now MrfecliT heart mnA .ii V.0 anderphyskiansof general prcUce,'si and repeatedly salivah d ; when recoimeuJi:?; Dr. H. (by a grntleman of this city) hie ha - !! were canons, and his esh dropping from thenT his friends declared be coaki uot possibly ' two monU - longer. Thousands exparSaji! know with what ease and safer DiTh eii cates tbe severest catca, and coiutat thm'tt? tutioa. I'he Doctor's plan (dverhsin) k!I cessary to guard the public r - gaumt the ibas - Tf mercury, and other fatal deliuioos, held fyuV PertoM,, havug - c. acted aL vate disorder, or suspecting tIV;t poison, tdmomsbednot to tamper with their co2liu tion, or conceal the d it order, till pgt ry j othershaving the remains of aa old I call" or other impurities of the Wood, ai weU a o2 er complouu of a. I'elicate natore, j ex. should remember posterity, and do lustin to tlieir consciences, by making apnlicatiS to Dr. II. athii old and reiptVtahC a.ment, No. 64 Watet - .treet, lour hoL, it of Old - sUp, to chtaia that prompt ajsistanc. ! looe call uiated to pre vent disclosure. Aad kn let me claim your serious xttention - rlemeinbM a sMiieitlcial tore is no cure at all s euie,, Mm mis MdM:allydone, you will certainly fc ' he diwrder break out again with redoubled m? liynity, at some future pericej I perhaps thtn wul hetoolele for reniedy. Dea't voo oft, u the streets miserable, mutiiateibeiagtr with oit Or. H ViJiaracter for sJrJIIaiid stubborn mt - ri:y beuur universally known in this city, sine laHfuaranU to pa - teats tbat delicacy ind secrecy hitherto unknown, and having coiined his practice for years pest, exclusively to the cre el ducstcs of tiie blood vitm. ff.v ,.w.,.i , culute on the mott decided advautaaes incoa. iultuigDr.II. n vw. Gleets eradicated in twe or three week. Strictures removed without bougiet any other inttrument ; and all debilitiet; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's (er. A plurality of offices are provided, and so siti. ated that patieut are not exposed toearh other a observation. Open till half pest 9 in the wninr Al! rsorx concerned are invited to be free a aiiir.s, ana rwMiur who ur. ti. wbicli it frte off oil. And here the Doctor cannot avoid tie vxprettion of gratitude for innumerable rerort - mendatiniK, and for the decided preference (it pretumed with juitcacsc) long given him by t ludicious public. N. B. A I) letters mast be post psi J. Dr. Buchanan. Augt7 1 TtLlfHEK ULstLht.HY AVH iMtOil. DiR. EVANS sepervt method of curing a ci tain Disease, isaow uoirt sally acknowledged in ths city ; bis mode ol treotnwtt is perfectly mild, safe, ti - Ptditiout, and bis chirr a reasonable. In every ii stance he warrants a eirr. Idoes not perform agreeab a to contract. ...w itMrorm .lu... nf i - . A 1 here are many persons in this city aad its vi - inity, laboniig under varvrnt cnronic disees, nicb as concert, old inveterate alcers, acr laii , or kiagt evil, fiitulas, diseases of tbe arethra, - . bladder and kxlnies, old conrfcafael campuuats of a certain Mur, bilious and other obrtrat - tiont, rticumatitm, Ac. which they comirler iucv ; ralile, tney can wriainiy no enreu 4N. georrsii by arplyint at Dr. EVANS'S Mcdica) Store, Ka, 9, Peck - slip, having practited in extrlisivs - . i 1' tm j . c .i noipuuisin Luni i jcnn, anurr kjujc gi IM tint Surgeons and Physicians in tbe world, sat) made thoie obstinate disease bis constant stus) or Mrnri, Tt II AFRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall street, gentle - . nx n'sdrestiiic iom. hasiorsnle a few Rs - snrs of Damatk Steel, made hy the celebrated Marcuin, of Paris, lie hat also received aa f sortmentofthe best English Raiora, which bt warrants good. If proved to the contrary, moi aey reiunued. A l - o, cuts and dresses hair in the latest sttk and iu aniauaer so as to adapt it to the pbjiiog' nomy. Mr. FRUMENTO return hittinrere thanki tohitruitomert, and the public ia general, fof their very liberal patronage, aod lolicitt a cw tinuance of tbeir favours. He has likewiie rrotored a very fine boce. acf engages to restore rsrors to a very keen edes, and should Uiey not cut weu Da wul receive n recompence. Gentlemen who subscribe bv the Quarter, will have their apparatus kept exclusively for tart K - lvet. Je 30 AcoaiTAXl apply ofki dipt Beaver Haki Ireth from ti outaetorf - , tuM ble lor the toatt - era market, m packed at t shortest. aolki j! WILSON'S 1CU Brsadwiy may 87 ESS A counting lloom, in tlie mott eem H.rt of pearl - street. For particulars eo" w, - r J7 in. atKira. JOS. WILSON, 14 Maidea - Lane, MJJ - VT, ceived by the Venus, a large ,M,0f r?lo! excellent - llnoo orteraleoI fiu, - rr lets, Sic. manulactured expressly for him JV mei.ti d Co. liOndon. aiso, risw ' ".z:. in sets , new music, and every article iv iical line ; initrumeatt Uken in CD8,55( tuners provided. "L - 2 - - r - NAlLS.MCia, ANVILS, c - - - rT0 hue drawn Rose and Clatp NaJt, 'uu UWI cntkt black and bright V Kes i iin I iiiii and ledi;e Hammer am. J.. .I..I. b.liu Irnm A la B iBCB chrt 10 tons bolt and square Iron assoneu Ftr sate at Bt Pine - stteet, by . ,H. J i$ HENDF.RSON&CAIR?. 'JV LKT. . A drr Cellar. under the boc ' I u,e - itreft. Enquire of MR. S.u. 134 Pearl - strret my 1 1 If NEW - YOKK: ' PRINTED AND PVBUSUE9 M1CHAKL BUllWAM k C. q Vn.LiAM - sTPirr crroeiiP" 1 No. BakiI CofK1 - I tit - mi . rfniTn I

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