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I f r r . 't 1 1 S - l t - rtS. i ' IX fimiw "r t"jr,(rr of ttii honoraM . - or(, bearing date the t'lb day af June, HUH, win h ia & pvuitc - emcuou, ai im ivoubt . - 4r tieusrtia the city of Xvear York.' voder v, tbe dirrcttoa of thesutkv nber, U am w tat mw if fever this court, oa ttt 1 1st day af July next, at - J2 o'cl jrk. at Boon, all tboee aeveaei blucks, pin - is. ceaof parcel of (round, situate, lying end beins; ; ine uiwnabip o eroojuva, ta tba nwr 01 King, aad ium af New York, a"oeeaid, aaJ koowa and distinguished oseoaaaad by Jer - .w iuh LrfHt, tbe llii dy f Joarcfcv 1802, by tie sbUowtag bowdart,: to ant,' aartberiy io f t obi Off ivatet - atreet. aemlbertf in. the - rear oy r rout ttrt,tfiyM the eee ride by Jack - , .aon - sjtrect, .and. westerly - a tfaa other air by J - . tiold - stteeC cdtttaiaiaa; far tqaareeor bloct or I ,.! arvunj. aim itJiwirrtiit wae sou, ryuw t Jmiuediatery . la Croat f - the before described ...... - - - 4U U - m, v. Jacksoa - atreet, soutlierty - by Water - street, and IrmXerlf Goli - Hr. cbirtawtng ia breadtk '4. i) iif riurn w gniam. anmca uw - III.,.. a . 1 - - . llnlif. nfl i .Jacktau - atraaL amtrwuMaciatotM iwv J far as it grant of tha corp - xalinn'of Ui city f Aew - Yerk exfeadvewto iae appartaate .JAMES A. UAMILT05, a . ,. - . .Ifote. Tke above Drooertt arili baaoM ia loti aaJ OATcek. acrorriioz to a certaia aaap ta be NHiiHIiq - vaKii'inimTuuuiumi - v . .. l . l ? i j L i .t - : - .! K - i Coflce - boate oae wtek bclbrt tba day oi tuc, e:i Je3t law twdlw ' t: .Taa aaJa of Iheabevt property it papendU K . the bcreslecaut ear oi Awgt next, ai u tame V, Jbaar aiKt (Xaafc Jaf Slat, lia. ,1; ,T.JAM3 A. HAMILTON, jMuwr ia voiB - wj i . THKUaAMMATlCAL BAR. rtURimporUaca of a correct kuowlH?e of J. GramaMr. ia too nucb ackaewledged to need cooiaxmt. Ttte uaaetUed and deialtarv Btaooer, u whit b H it Uaent in rommoe fcbouit, ie ntgniy eicepuouaoie. lOBavearoitrary ruiea and ik'BniUoaa parrotlike coainiiUed to niemnry. Iarued and coaned by rota without comiueot of .,, eHiciduion, i ooadto be gaera!(y.Toid of uiili 'tjf j' for ao long ai Ilia principle! of rules are not " iindentood, tbey caa never Jt anp'ied to acianl t ;nte. Uodcr (acta iaDre.tiunl and influenced be a datirt to promote io oarJUa branch of edncation, vm taiiarnnara propote alemeuiai system, tu "llie anJertivkiiij, they are cooicioua of ao other motive, titaa Uw promotioa of a branch of knewl - . . 'Vje,' wiikh b an indipaibje are - reajuiute ia ' etreryouier. J oe Motcriberi wiuapa'e mart ' nbiectjoiia to ao complete a deviation from Hit natiqaated track, which cettom hat Ions itntt ivaantiioired aa urn moat eng - oie: Dot, toonriate tbem, they wk athoroHgh aad candid inreittga CUai of i(a priueiplet.' It ia a dictuoa, that with ; rot anowledgaofthe leawaa oa wtiich lawt are IMde, ao one can know the law. ' A conviction nfitt troth formed the most powerful incentive to tik roTemion oi lot uratnsnaucai oar, nnicncoq - Vej t to,the mind througb the edtooi of the eye the reaton the whyi, aad the vherelbrea. To ba fhort, it erapinrt tha percepti.o focultiet. the ' learner coairet a bahit of attention, hi ludee - iBaot it eiercited, aad he adraocea with eaie and leUbt - The aubtcribera have takea a convea - tat raea is r'alO a - iireet. No. 139. where chti - drea, yoaiix ladies and g entleraan anay acquire a 'carrect fcnrrwledgt of Cneliih Jrammar in titty boon. A correct knowledge of parting will be v. tva iv nw oeginaert ii not, no pay win oe re - ; ajairad. - A oew cJattj to bepin ea Wrdnetday. . . ix. '': r - J - BKOVVS, Jan. i . . .E.D.CRO&SFIKLU. If. B. Xmg t oatleiwiti, who bare been in , air acted ia tbe abort term of tiity boars, will be .presented fur eiaaunatioo each day at 6 o'clock, ' r."H. Scnaiart received and itulracted at any hour (Tom 0 o'dadt A. M. tn 10 o'clock P. M. I'enna oftuiUoamada knowa at the above mea - t v:ird room. " ' . . - - JSOlm B" KtWtia. Ktaile,abi.rpim,a erjf If .MaW llqina connected, ii ii lirtw r iha city ' tfiutaan. Tha huilrlir are atonn. and tme - v ticularly trail culeulated for tha boainaa. ; it U sitaated la the audttof a barley country, and ana awoy vuier aavaDMe. ii n crriaiuiy ma efejedt tor tkota walunr to eortce in th - s bust - Iseci - It U tbe oaVy ' brewery in tha couotrjr. jTlufi property will be tolJ cuaap. ..Tarati Uba - .Ttali title foil. For farther particulars apply - j t .M. MDiaJKN, NO. 78 MaUeo - lana.'WeW. Sorkt r i. WiXON, Jr. near the p rem iaei. . Wana IS tf - - . . ' ! A.1 t Ho.lY STrtLEf NO I1CE. "VTOTICE it hereby b1vb to ai persona it ' XV'feresfvd that the Cbmmiationert of esti - I . : . I L. . U i i inn, ,ni tfi im rn vuiiimTO ht urr omm pre roe court of iladicatare: of tna people of the, state of New - York, to perform certain dtliei ra - fati rafo - the opeairfrenhiTfing and Improving Anthony - street,' ia the said city, have completed ,tbeir estimate aad assessment, as well of the .loss c and damage tattalned by the owner and parties interested of and ia the land and premise re ani r for tbe Mid improvement, as also of the ben - '''efitand advantage received bf tbe owners and parties iateretted of md in the Inndt and premi - ix;t ao required for tbe raid improvement,' and That wt the said commissioners have deposited a "true copy of oar report ' of estimate and assess - jfaeat in tha clerks office of the city of New - York, for tbe inspection of whomsoever it may concern, . tud notice it hereby farther riven, that the report a f theaaid commissioners oferimatt and assess imeat, will be presented to the Supreme Conrt of ja ncature en u peopfima state niaew - iorx ai the rnnlfol in the citv of Albany, on Friday - thffurh day - of Angast - oetVat th openlnr cf the said court oa that day, or as soon inereniter i t counsel can be beard thereon. Dated this "ib day of July, I 1W tw. tDIO 5 - J IohnWrbBS, v " VM.TORJlEr, Commisuoneri. - JNO; Li LAWRENCE, V. J.xS.lOt ' A KEYLU HARP. JA. CUTTWALOT respectiully inyites ; theamateura of music to inspect at his 1' Piano - Forte Manufactory. No. 75 Maiden lane, ' a musical instrument that perfectly equal the harp in toqnd and far aurpatses it in point of ea " ay trcatmtnt, a it ia played like the piano by ' aaeaaa oi tirva. and eoaseaueotly U&s all tha ad - tJaotabi of brilliant naodulaU - a, ; theooly onein the United State.. Aloaa elegant Piano Forte of fine tone, musical variety and vrorkmanship, Wltnanatsoruneuoiauiereni ainas, wnswswi - qwHtie.b.v.r tW by tbe aadertigned eTh7 - V'V. ,,7 - 7.? TUn";; - A. Guttwaldl's Vl . iy adxcellenca of workmanship aad.antform il".!JSlilr VC 'Tm r Vi r 7 - r V ' Mea.C.Thibaiift.Charre.Gilfert.'' 1 :" ' ' ' ' ,? ';. - ; - - - - : - Aory WfetU's - !ffiee, a sir - 1 era. - ' - TJ5CTJ3T TIMBER WAIfTED. ANTED, a qnansity of locos timber and w k....:u 1..1.1.11.. K,n iMni. si CI WsHhlnrtiMtrawt. ill T" TV J ..k' r.. ' :c - . r - - - - - - - Time. Newark. Caabael, ivwt - i'Uuia aur, Ntw - Hveu Joarnal, aad Nsw - Londoa GaietU, . W01 pleas puUUh Uii d?ertiseromt on t mootsi, . t aaa aand tiwir bios to tbe Nary Agent's umca. y so ins T UaTpasuaitetl aadbr sale at the near Law V. Boakataee. corner of Nasvan and tme wrwets, nue$ rrmetut tft Court CAonef - . t - ow - .) , The trial of Joan M. Tram pu s.p - i t'lwak - rs Gibbaoa, far a bbel. And alsa, Tou Broaroia of Bodibec - , aad other Tales. J2J?blicic. .... . A lrxm eraoca would wish iM""l - WOt UciUiisof Nw. Tart to ha aewly MUbluhed Uboratory of Ca 4paw tor wmiia, praparea tor iaaedi - rt tne, and ai issBuaaasa wiia diracuout for layra them oa. - rTbacW ara - rftbabrigbtrsttiat. and pre . warra to taat a ataapponrtaent can take place. " St'JohaHalL Fraaklbrt - s - " N. B. A Tery soparior qqality of ReMrdlag saw aaususvciBraa - r ua same pn?a. . Jalytt tf .fc J ? V I i 1 I I rpl IE fuHowir; tract of Laud, titaated tbe a., juiausctof ikiaina aaa ixxua - oowexui m Maiaachasett, wilt be sold for Caab at Public A action, a Wednewtsy. tha aacaod day af 8ap - ettar - tr next, at 12 o'cl oca ai aooo, aiwe awn tiaaCctLa - Uoaae ia tha cite of New - York, via A tract of Land beinr Dart of a certaia towav ship aeaiber ibraa caibd .Newry, Jyiog la that rraat tract called Letter A. la tueceaary w ui - ford (forrty Tori) cooUininff twelve tboa - sand, and 1. acres over ana aoore eia - a Kacvvauoaa nacMktinna nf certain lota.' ' bandrv tracts ia lownahip amber foar, oa Scboodkk or bt. Croii River, to wii t . One tract denominated the C tract oa tbe plat, containing tevea fcaadred and aiKbteeo acre. , una cuter tract to tne to wnanip aeoomtnaua S. oa the olat. oonlainiaa: two thousaad two bandred and eiahtv.two aare. exclusive of two bandred acre within the limits thereof, be loneine to David Uovdea. . una ouier tract lo - taw iowntiii oenommaiea A, coataininc four thoatand acres, exclusive of ae ioi i vine wruua trie iiibiii tnerror, coniainuie ainety aiebt acres, sold to Aaroa P helps. Six tots of Land ia said township, situated io tbe second raore of lota in the northern hall' ol said lowoarup, town: cumoers if, zo, ou, 31, and 32j containingia the same five.bnodred and eiebtv five acres. Alt 3. eieht lots of land, la the third ranee of Iota ia rK maiii N,.rhrn kitlf nf fh tnwnthia to wit : numbers 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 39, 48. and 47, containing ia tbe same seven hundred and for'v - five acrei. - One other tract lying partly ia Trenton and partly ianaaibereigtit,ui the county oi Hancock, in said townships, coot ai nine exclusive of set tiers, tevea thousaad acres (eireplioc and te - tervins lots which have been surveyed ani laid out to settlers, &c. and reserving every such lot at any have been in any manner conveyed tosettlersiaad retervine likewite toe mills, hou ses and other improvements which appertuin to or are erected titereoa, including in tne lata re an - auoatiie one undivided liaitof a taw ium with the land belonginc to the name.) Together who a double saw - mill, a gnat - mill, two dwei ling booses and a store, all erected on lots nuru tiff aeveoteeii and number one, in 1 icnton a forVsaid. " ' ., The above real estate was conveyed to the subscriber, as atiirtant re gitcr of the court of cnanrerv or tne slate ol xvew - ioru, in trust, ry Oliver Kaaa and Ecbrana Dowen, Jamor Et ecu tors of tbe last will and testament of; iohn lanes Llnrk, deceased by deed, bearing date the 1st day of February, 1810. JJeedswill be executed to tbe purchasers by tbe suhscrilwr si such I rustee. in Dursuanc ol a decree of the r . . . . . - nnri oi inanctrv. For farther partkalars as to boundaries, title, 4c. apply ta lbs subscriber, at his office, No. Saasaor - streeL where tbe earns may be examin ed, and also wBl be made known at tke time of ale. Terms of sal, twenty per cent cash at the time of tale, and tbe residue of tha money on tbe delivery of the deeds. ISAAU Li. Klf. Jy IS tds 3aw4w&3tawd3t Gt.UKfiK BhlDPOHI', BErOBATIVK AKCBITKCT AB FCRKIgREB, ftorlhwast corner of (Jbeannt and seven Ib - atretts, lbi idVlphia. ffHE public are rfrpectfally informed, that at X' tlie aSove address, Ware - Rooms have been oiencd with an extensive atsorlmeat of Carpets, Paper - Hangings, Curtain I'urnitare, Lamps, Lustres, Looking - Glas Piates. and Fancy Fur aiture of every description ; and that the execu tioa of all f rien in the different branches of Upholstery. Fbper - Hanging, and Cabinet Making, will be under the immediate direc tion ol C. Bnd - poit, whose professional pursuit for many years having been the superintending of the interior de corations of houses, and from his possessing also an extensive collection of designs for furniture of every kind, with drawings showing tha eutire do j coralioaa or rooms, ana his contlniil intercourse with the best soarces of taste in Europe, will, lie h - pts, enable him to meet the wishes of those who may be pleased to favour him with their command l and he begs to assure tbem that his constant endeavours wid be to coruhiae Taite, Novelty and Utility, with Economy to enable him to effect this, be is provided with varioct Ornaments in Bronte, Mttal, Conip sitiuii, & . selected when be was last in Europe, for the dr coration of Cabinet Furniture, Cornicei for Curtains, Looking Giasi Frames, and other decora tive - r nrnitare. The above advantages, combined with leioc the importer of tbe various articles ued. to exe cute his order, wiH enable hira to offer the pub lic, goods or superior quality and fashion, oo me most moderate term. . bontbera and Western Merchants purchasing Faacy Goods, may find it to their advantage tu visit this establishment, either to complete their selections, or should tbeyviih to have imported various fancy articles, not ia the usual routine ol i - . - t. I . . iiik OUSinrss, IO sucn oruera, cvvrj BiiruuuH win iit paid.and from G.C's arrangements ioEurope,be will be enabled tt meet them promptly. ' Oentlemeif residing ia any part ul the United States, by forwarding the dimensions of their rooms, windows or recetset, to receive appro - piiaas farnitore, can be furnished with Carpets and Pa per - Hanging, Curtains and Cornices, made up complete tor windows and beds pier - tahles, book easel and side - board, tc. to suit rer.rstea, with a variety or other furniture, as Chain, Sofas, Chiffo? - - rs, Ladies Wcrk Tables, Pembroke and Dining do. becretsries, A;c. itc. with all possible expedition. , - 84WooeOoeoo Tbe fbHowiosc artii Wt are i art of U. Bridport's late importations, and are for sale at tbe ware - rooms as above : - UPHOLSTERY FURNITURE. - cARrxTiao. French Tapestry ol various designs and dimea aions, Entjlith, Brussels, SaperSoe and second Ingrain Venetian passage and stair Scotch Squares for chamber! Hearth and Door Ruga Extra quality Blankets Green and Blue Table Covers. . . ceRrai rcaaiTcax. French embroidered Silkt Merino Damaskt 'oiK l ard. wide Wr l."t..'?. ' Plain and watered Moreens for medium cur - Vrin - ,.nA Butinrt Croopes of Figures and Ornaments in various colour, and oa different ground, for decora - b AoextSvrintofsattin t plainP.per. Us do - do of Borders, Sc. it c. UQ 0 loobiito - SsLAbs platfi. por pjeri Mantles, to be gut up ia frame to utt Uie purcnaier fabct TUBBirtrBB Drawing and Dining Room Lustres and Grtciaa Lamp p"6 Mantle and passage do Caartt ahn aaJ brackets lor Lamps, sc. A&t Work - Tab e.aod rier do , .... .,,:,, r. r.i,u riinnar. IWacrt and Tea Porcelain o., puietl Wares, with silver edge Antique Bust aad iHv. Vase, la plaster. French Porcelain Vase, for Chimney ornament And a variety nf smaller article. ftT - G. BRIDPORT bavins been appointed agent for tbe Milford Marble Company, will re - reivo as early as possible, a camber er CHIMNEY PIECES, - bow executing in their g - eea naai ble, from design furnished by hun - elt. 1 bis marble equals ia beauty and durability, the Verd Antique, one oi tne mamie oi toe uignets prscr, and most in esteem in Europe. U. B. also expect to receive, by uie earnest at rivals from Havre, aataiberofChimaey Pieces now execatiai ia Pari, from designs furnab - ed by himself. Many of tbesa wiU bedesoraiea wit ormolu or rut ornaments. ; ' . v . - ... . desti - ris, may be seen at hit ware - rooms, in Ches J uaaiastiaas and dimeaaiona Ol ines rsram ui street. . J IU zarwxm - im sti r ; : X LOT of rrownd ca Rroadwav. btwrea Walker ttrett and Can&l - atrect. fS frti v uKaes wioc anu 175 leet foog. fnqsir of r city girl ry ble in of . - . P a. JAY, 'J tf Na. 37 Ptaa - ttmt. vau'acle real, estate to bale, ' ia ma tin or itw - t ohb. ' I. TVE lot of ground oa the wcst,itle of Greea - V trich - etreet, rxtwetn V eitry , and IJesbrot - ses - streeis, t5 by 80. - v - r i - I'oat do ia the raar - of the above, fronting on neast tide t( vaniagTon - ttreet, Dyiw. tight do ia the block oelow, aetwcea Wash' iagtoa and VVest - atraet. . .,.. i .i la MoatBnwry Coanty. , 6000 acres of Lead ia Lawrence' rmrchase. aear East Caaada Creek ea tbe norlt) tide of the Mohawk. - : ' " la Franklin Count v. 15,162 acretof Land, in tha town of Meant Diorf ia and uayton. . - ' . tn Latex county. 7fJ3t acrei of Land iatbe towa of Barrynvore. In tbe Coantv of Lewis. . 1160 acres of land ia Carterland. Cbatsaaii rurchase. ' In Saratoga County. . 8600 acres in Palmers purchase, f Enquire at the office of the subscriber. 34 Ce dar - street. BEV. ROBrNSO!f, mh 17 tf JL O.SA0MEK'o PA'l EM' KAZOK sTKUP. Yoa that wish to shave with ease, Buy of Saobdxbj if yon please ; Hie Rasor Strop's, peculiar such, That shnrpi the Razor vilh a touch. - GSAUMUER3 respectiully solicits those . who have not got his Patent Karor Strop, to furnish tliemtelves with hit new invented tu tor Strop, and Metallic Composition. Mo gen tleman who once makrt trial of one of tbe Strop now offered, will ever try any others; and such if their formation, that ever so much use will not give the raxors that roundness which renders li e best of them aseless, and which is well known always to follow the application of all those hitherto invented. The auovc strona are in central ue in New York, and are distinguished from all others. Barbers who have used them say more in uieir praise tDan i con omen. 18 Wall - street. Also for sale, Rarors, Soap, and every uten nl for shaving, of the urst quality, with a supe rior assortment of Perfumery, Hair - 1 owiltr,ic from Smvth's. New Itoud itieet. London. N. B. The most liberal allowance made to dealers. my 22 - 4 TO Lfc. I , Si SI II A pleasant back room, at no. 56 Wall street, suiublc for a lawyer's office. IWedsion immediately. Apply in the front olTiCe. J4 A farm of between sixty and seventy acres, tituale on the west bank of Lake Otsego, and one mile from tbe village of Cooperstown. On it are anew stone bonse54 feetiqnare ;anea farm bouse, barn, vc. It forms a desirable es tablishment for a gentlemso wishing to retire into the country, aa it situation, as tn prospect, convenience to market, Sic. is not surpassed bv any ia the interior of the ttate. It will be told low for cash, on a credit, or exchanged for properly in this city, goods, Sc. Apply to u. u r. sr.isvrwii.ii., bit 7 tf Law Buildings.. WANTED, A WHITE girl or woman to do the cooking, &c. in a small family, consistmjr of four giown persona, living in a pleasant part of the i the will have the assistance of a little and a boy. None need apply without rood recommendations. Apply at this olhce. ' J 16 tf SOLA It MICROSCOPE. T the New - York Philosophical Museum, Medical, EUctiical and tialvanic Knom, No. 92 Chatham Street, (in the front hall of Chatham Garden) may be seen the wonderful effects of the lalar microscope that magnifies one hundred thousand timet, and is one of the best instruments oi me una ever snewnin America A description of this instiomrnt is unuecena ; sutSce it to say . that forty persona may at the same lime sit and see its operation without tbe inconvenience of looking through a lens or glitss ol any ainil. The following (it is rrtsumro) will be tttfi cient toeive aaidea oi tbe effects nrnduced bv this great examiner of nature : The Lead of the common Flea is m&cuified to look a large a that of an elephant ; its proboscis or sting two feet long ;legs eifil Seel : fcair on tne legs tlx inrhet. In a glass Tube of clear water, taken directly from the well, may be sren thousands of animal - cula, all alive, some of which are two feet long. in common vinegar ana ia almost an vegeta ascids or wines may be men Animal from one to three feet loag. . The circulation ol the blood i ditUGCtly seen a variety of fish and insects. The wing of the smallest Musquito will appear from 7 to 12 feet long, shewing distiuctly the smallest nure. n.e wing of Ihe common Battciflv can be mag nified to the enormous site ofUO feeC The Dioprietnr has lately been presented by a gsotleman of litis cty with an insect, placed on the object glass of a common microscope about six years since ; when first taken it was about 4 an inch lone, and on it may now be seen by the help oi tne sour microscope, inousanus m insects - r t c . i l preying ami receiving loou irons uie ueauca, case. The Cheese Mi'e. though so small an insect that it is almost iiDposiihle to discern them with he naked eye. is made to aiiear at large at a toitle ten inches long, and very mucti restmWwg trial animal. The collection of ammalcula and insects in scnerul in possession ol Iha operator is consilera hie. tltough should any lady or gentleman, t utt ing the rouwiitn, bring with them an insect, sub stance or fluid, tlutt they wish to examine, it will be shewn. The Solar Microscope will be shewn from ten o'clock A. M. ontil two P. M Admittance So cents ; children, under twelve vears. half Mice Persons visiting the museum are requested to nonce, uiat inc uinruecuic laonui uo u mtt - leit the sua slimes. NOTICE. ftt - Tbe Physicians of New - York and it vi cinnv, also the ladies and gentlemen now attending for the benefit of Electrical and Galvanic operation, are respectfully informed, that the noun ol operating ior meoicai purposes in miure will be as ioiiows : rrom six io tea in uic morning, and from two until seven in tbe after noon. The Electrical experiment will take place every evening a usual, would the weather aoi be too damp or warm. N. TYLEE. Proprietor. And manufacturer of all kinds of Philosophic al Apparatus, Inr most of the public scientific la stitutiob and Private Semiuarie throughout the United State. J 21 Wl IVGT - JVUJtSE fl'.tVV77i. . XE with a cood supply of milk, and who can produce satisfactory testimonials ol character, sc. will meet with i - nconragemnit, by applying at . MRS. S MULEKS, J 10 tf No. 36 llmadaray. fUH HALK. Tbe HOUSE ft LOT, No. 339, Broad way . To lot is zu leet I root anu rear, anu i ou feet deep. Th bous is 65 feet deep, Dnihed in tba best manner, and replete with conrenien ces for a large family. Oa tha premise are brick stable, two rain - water coieras, (ooa oi which ss brick) aad a wall ol excellent water, The situation is considered equal ta any ia tb city. For particular - , apply to Btnjamm G lUinurn, aa IM prmi - s, or to ROBERT BOWSE, JySS lex No. 256, Ptarl - st. A" OBITAB1 tapply (f la die Beaver Hats, fresb from tbe RU' auiactotv, teita ble ior the outb era market, aad nacktd at Um shortest notice, at J. WU,SONS. . (60 Broadway. may t7 PQ3T COACU" aVd STEAMBOAT WE. TH FOR IBXC IT WAT 0rxU2AlTBT0WJI rpiaTi j ; ; v ."' - CThrougb u One Uay.J , ; - A NEW Line of Pott Coacliea with every coo xx - vearencefor passenger and baggage, on fl'riwti, ttartt (rem the Coach office. No. 1 Coanlaad - ttreef, near Broadway, New York, every moraine, (Sundays eicepted) at $ o'clock, in tbe Steaaa Boat Atalanta, via Llirahethtown. Brunswick, Prioctoa, Trcatrm and Bristol, apd arrive at Philadelphia the same afternoon,, at 4o'clxk. - A second Line of new Post Coache will tart from New - York every morning, (Sunday excepted,) at 10 o'clock io the Steam Boat Atalan ta, lodge aft renten, ana arrive ai rnnuaejini, in a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollar. P. S. Passengers are requested to call and take 4hiir Seats at tne omce no. i fJourtlanctt. N. V. United States Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience for passtnger and Baggage, ou springs.. Tha U.S. mail coach will lart from the coach otfice. No. 1 ConrtlatH - tt. New.ork, every day at 2 o'clock, P. AI. and arrive at Phil adeipma next morning aicoxiotB. vmy o n ifflFtn admitted. - - lor seats in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, and Steam Boat otfice. No. 1 Court Inodt - atieet, near the , - ornf rof Broadway, New - York ; or to A. T. GOODRICH & CO. io. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, and at IX o. 53 WhiltrhaU - atrert. New - York. (KrAllaoods and baggage at the risk of the owiieV. J OSEPIl Li ON, SON !? St CO..' N. fl Expresses sent to any part of ihe Con THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je SI SWIFT - SURF. MAIL COACHES, FOR raUADKLFOIA. (tor Leave New - york K?iKeveiv inorninef Sunday's ex E5bceptcd) at 8 o'clock, and ar . arrive in Philadelpl rive in rniiaaeipuia nexi ay to dinner. The puhlick house are good, and reasonable m their charget. The drive rs, norset ana coacn - ea are not iuferior to any others now running between these two cities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence of the roads on Uiis rout, con nected with the safety, comfort, and reasonable exences. are beieived to lie siroug louucemenif to travellers in giving this line a decided prefer erife. The stiictrtt attention will be observed by the proprietors in riving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at tbe risk of the owner oole insured and receipted tar oy tne clerk of said office. 1 Stage fare only $ 5, with a gecerooa allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engige the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one day previous tn starting. For seats apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlandt - street, New - York. 1.1 OA, tu.p, i. ap 7 Proprietors, FOR PHILAD Tweiilr - bve mile land carriage, via New - Brunsa ick and Trenton. In new post coaches 3 Do good stbgtt . 4 50 Do lorecattlc or deck parsengers, 3 50 Connected by the steam boats ot - ivs braHcb and PBLAtntLraiA. Tne steam boat Olive Branch will leave New York every day, bun - Hav's eicented. from Uie north side of the Bat - tery.nt 1 1 o'clock, A. M. Passenger will lodge at Trenton, and take the steam boat Philadelphia, so astoarrive in Philadelphia at lOoVlock the uext morning, io time to take tbe Union Line Baltimore steam boats. This line has a connection with the best boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk; aaaJo,lhptt f tlte North River aud Sound ; and their tneral arrivals are calculated to cause lit tle, if any delay. I hi is a speedy ana ceriainry me most convt - nieut route, as the passengers will leave Nee - York alter the bankscpen, and arrive tu Philadelphia before the hours of business, without fatigue in travelling or want of sleep, the luad carriage being much less than by any other route be - ween the two cities For eat in tbe above line apply to i WILl.IA.Vt B. JAQUE3, At tlie Union Line Meam Boat Office, in Arar - kelficld street, nortb side of the Battery, between Green with and Washington streets or to The CAt - TAlN on board. (y - All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. ap t NO I ICE. For the further accommo dation of the public, the de - arture ol tbe r ireoy irom ew - York aad Newburgh wiM be in luture on the following days : Ieave tsew sir iiuwbt, , - unf:,uj and Saturday, at 9 A. M. Leave Newburgh on Tuesday. Fiidav and Sunday at 8 A. M. n v ft. , 1 .i LA7.I. ...I . . eave The above arrangement win commence ny tne Firefly leaving Newburgh on Sunday, tlie 241b May. The Western Stage leave Newburgh imme diately alter tne arrival oi we r ireuj. my 7Z BAiTOR ADO BBTHLKHBM Saw LIMB, VIA frXW - BRUXStVICX. Passenger will leave New - York every Monday and Friday, at 11 o'clock, A. M. in tlie (team boat Olue Branch ; lodge at New Brunawick ; leave there early next morning, and arrive at baslon at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Returning, leave Easton every Monday and Friday, at 5 o'clock. ai , lodge at New rJrnnswick : arrive at New York at 10 o'clock next morning, in the (team boat Olive Branch. The itage connected wilb this nne u a good fbur - horse stage. Passage from N. Brunswick to Easton, 350 ; from Easton to Bethlehem, 75 cents. For se:tts in tbe above line,apply to WM. B. JAQUE3, at Uie riiiiadelpina Union Line Steam - Boat Olhce. aortb side ol the battery. KUotnr Lb s son, rropnetor. Jel3tf FOH PHI LA DKLPHIA, ELIZA BETH - TQrVft POIXT. rs HJST - COACH LINE, Through sss a Vy and by daylight. T EAVES New - York in tbe steam - boat Ata XJ taut a, from tha foot of Whitehall - street, near the Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquire at No. 1 Courtlandt - street and No. 53 White - ball - street, at which place seats may be taken. Jem tf AM BOY ON SUNDAY. The Steam Boat OLIVE BRANCH will sail for Ani - VAT" TT OQ Sunday next, and 4 m ,JvTy succeediog 11 o'clock precisely. She will leave it at4i" .VI. to arrive at 7 o lock. PasMBgers may either dine on board or at any oi ut tavern. fassagealicenlsgome.tne'Samt price for returning: dinner oa board 75 ceut. - r. o. in mskmg th trip she will sail rouad atateti isimiq. , j:ti BOARDING SCHOOL, THE MISd 8ENNETT3 have opened a boarding school for vounr ladies, oa tlte south aid of Powles Hock, in a situation very ncaimy, aa although convenient to tbe citv. ovise retired. The esoal English branches and Needlework, French, Mostc, Dancing and Drawing, are taught, by thamsefve or by approved "7 ' " ierm tvc. appiy to flir. I'. I ui - wt, g - i aJi - irreet - er at lb school. iMIf . - UNION LINE. VTT dl 11. PHI A. an let . sj33ttrn&?4wi - 4P Til it. &QOADSTkA)i RQATrLlAd. y ' ii.! ;Tbe proprietor, wi'fl a View oi trccowHHHiaung toe ptibliCi by extending the line to Norwich, intend making the expernnent with the Fulton, Cspt. Law, and Uirs roate (it round practicable; win be couiiuued durinrtbeseatoii. '' t - ; ' The Hue will in future be from New York to Norwich, aa follows : Tbe Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - Vork every Afsnrfay. tiinttday and fniLtv. at 8 o'clock, in Use moraine, lor New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave' AffrtncA at 6 "o'clock in the morwBf ! the same day, touch at Aeer - London and depart rrom thence nr jtv - natm at b o'clock' The boau will meet at Mm II at en, and depart from ttience every Monday, tf ttlne$ - srTijraod t'rtday,ht 7 o'clock in the evening the Uonnertient lor Yew - r ort, and we r uiion mr ftrtr - London and JVtmrtcA. ' mh 17 NawauauH ami tAAaii.t)AiaiL - STo " ' TRRXB TIM t A WEEK. EAVES New burgb eve ry Sunday, .i uesday, and T,hurday mornings, at three O'ciock, runs tiirougn Montimmerv; - Bipominel'Mrcru Monticello, by White Lake, Cohcctnn, Mount Pleasant, Great Bend, (Chenango Point, Onega, ltiica, end Ge nes a, to Caoandaigua. Heturnit g leaves Canandaigua every Mon day, AVednctday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrives at Newbtirplt, the third Jay in time to take the Steam - boat which arrive in New - York the follow ins moniinp. Hj It may be expected that off timrt r hen the rteam - boais alter their days of runnvtg, that thit lire uul aw i otto meet them. The whole mute anil be nerfomed in three dyt, from tlie'f rst of May, until the first of Noveniber and from tbe first ut .November until the fifteenth of December, and from tlte fifteenth of March until the first of May, in fiur divsand from the 15th IHcember, un - t.l the fiftcenjb of Marob the same line will be continue J to tbe crty ofNcw - York and run ft fin ti.ence to Caoar - daigua in four dayt. I'atsengem tratelling from New - York to Canandaigtia, Niagara or Hull'ilo, cn leave N. York in the evening' steam - boaU, and arrive in Canandaigua in th' ce days a distance oi'lliree hundred miks. The line ia welt furnished with good, new carriage i good horses, and carettil and expei ienced drivera Every attention will be paid to render the paasaireof the traveller safe, easy and expeditious and it L believed that the accommodation on this line are equal to any line in the state. fXj" PAKE from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEElN DOIXAIIS. N. II. A branch of the tame line run three times a week from lUiaca to Auburn. ,Also, a line rone fnim Owego Tinga Point; thence tliroiujli NewtowT.'and Paimed Post, to Bath, ate. , . BAGGAGE, a usual, at tlie risk of the owner. David Godfrey, Bloomingborgh, E. C. St. John. Mount Pleasant. I L. & R. Manning, Chenango, LProprie L.utner uerv, unit s, , tors. Samuel Gremlin, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, mh 14 dota ELIZA B h 1 H TO WN PUN i", 1" EAVES N. York each 1 , . - j A day, Sundays except - "iad. from tli fcot of U bite - tutu street ut - ar the Battery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. M. aud 3 o'clock P. M. ; leaves Eliza - bethtowo Point at tt o'clock A. M, and bait past 13 o'clock and hail past 4 o'clock V. M. JeSO tf JiUHTU MVLH Si KAM - iiOAiS, fO - Onthe 1 lib of May, coiumenced ruauiog four times a week. A Boat leaves New - Yoik on Tues - . .. utyo'clut, A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M; t iiilay. at V A. AI. and Saturday, at i V. M. ol each week : aad a boat leire Albany oa Moa day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at A. il. I he Fire - Flv leaves New - York ca Tuesday. Thursday aud Saturday, at 9 A. M. for New - burgh, and retuiaton Monday. Wednesday and Friday, at tt A.M. JeSti WHOOPING COUGH. OCTOR SCOP'! 'S Pectoral Mixture, whirh is a tafRaud effectual remedy lor the whooping rough. - It it only ten years since it was ofletfd to Uie public, and some thousands of children, both in England and Scotland, have been cured oy it, aittr every otner meuicme tiaa been used without effect. It is held in the high est estimation for its excellent and salubrious virtues. It promotes gentle ripir'.ioa, removes viscid phligm by an easy ai d snle expectoration, atd is highly salutnry to the lungs ; it strengthens and deiendt the stomach, gives greater liberty of breathing, and produces the most safe, salutary and happy (.Meets, by preventing those distressing and convulsive coughs, to which thousands of individuals, in consequence of neglect, prematurely fall a sacrifice. It is not by exciting a temporary stimulus ol relief in those violent paroxysms that its quali tie are manifested, but by effectually remov ing those distressing symptoms, by giving vegour to the weakened frame, and renovated health to the afflicted individual. Sold wholesale and retail, bv R. Robertson, Apothecary, No. 82 Broadway, and J. C. Mori - son, Uruggest, No. 1HU Greenwich - street, N. York. Drujjest throughout tlie United rtates, may be supplied with the Pectoral Mixture, at cither of the above places, at the lowest wholesale price. Jy 7 2m MUTUAL INSURANCE tOM PAN f OF THB CITT OF KKW - Y0RB. (Hie eldest Institution for Insurance against fin in iam ctrv,; riSURE against Lor or Damage by Fire, Dwelling Houses, Ware Houses. Buildings in general, Merchandise, , Ships in port and their cargoes, iiuuveiiuiu rsrui.ure, uiu every ue scriptionol personal property, on terms as favo rable a similar institutions in Uuscity. ' This Company is incorporated for the purpose ol insuring against losses by fin - , alnl has circumscribed it operations chiefly within this city and immediate proximity. - In addition to tbe sjapitai stock, f 5UU.WU, whic h is secured by bond and mortgage on real estate and public stocks, tbii Compauy possesses a handsome surplus lund, invested in like man ner : parties assured may ineretore repose tlie lul lest confidence in the solidity of its capital, and that any - losses or damage will be fettled with promptitude nod liberality. - The different rate oi premium and conditions of Insurance are uniform with those of the oilier Fire Insurance Oibccs in tbiscity. - 'ilie public are referred for particular to the printed proposals in circulation, and which may be bad oa application at no. w an street GABRIEL KUR MAN, President, JOHN PIN TARD, Secretary. may 58 I OHN HEWITT null resides at No. 24i Wa el ter street, where he has a very handsome and faihronabie assortment - of Catiioet tumitart on hand, which be wild warrant to be cf the first oualitv. He solicits his New York and soul hern friends to give him a call; as be flatter himself iney win not oe diiappctnled. Orders exectned attbasborteMcsuce.. - JeSttf A i&mti wUmacw be ta iL i ' . .1 - J ty to repeat oa.smseratioM - w anuae or MERCURY rajh, imliscriiBinatt, and antiualt fled iiaetereof,bM been p ttve of innnita i hur rnoe" tandt are annually mercuriallztd out rifl" euce. Tbe disease vr bat e Aaa view fl.'M ". t,m .fl.a. . w l 1.. . - UJL.S. tal result chs, lt in iM. ..,7 owe, it at a young man, the hopes of hi com, U ij the darling of hit parents, should be E&i4 way from all Uie prcepect and erwiueotso?: by the conn - qoente of one ngaadissam and by a disease not in iw own nature ht .r!"f which only prove so from neglect or imn,n, treatmenU" . A gsitlemap, (lata I)r rF - .i' lient) now perfectly heary and well, tad bi ander physician of general practice. i,rt. and repeatedly salfvat.d; when recoiniJadloS Dr. U. (by a gwUeman of this city) hX!! were canous, and bis flesh drcipiioirom rI' un uieuua uecuuve n cciud not posublv im ' two mouth longer. 1 boutand. axpennintol!! know with what ease and wety Ify U,1 cte tlie wrverett case, and coufinae tha tution.. The Doctor', plaa (advert.urM cessary to guard the public against the IVIL, , mercery, aud otaer fatal deluaioo, held fowh Persons therefore, having contracted iT" vale disorder, or aunpcc.ting latent poiton Jdmounhed not to tan.per with tbeff catir'!!' lion, or conceal tbe disorder, till put rerll ry others having the remains of an old r!!T or other impnriUt s of tlie blood, Mwell.7.7, er complaint, ol a delicate Batkr." tex. should rameiaber posterity, and do to their consciences, by mukirr anniiT. - to Dr. II. at hk old in resptafc'V lishment, No. 64 Wttt of Old - slip, Jo obtain that prompt lone caU ulaltd Co prevent rliscln...r. i.. . let me claim you suriot atteutioiwRen1emh!! a superficial cureis oo cure at all; .Me, iZ siiiessia radw ally done, von will ril.T the diwrder break out again wrtl, rtdouhfd ml linmiy, at some future period i ptrhao then ; he too late for remedy. Dobh' iJ.Kl 'it the streea miserable, mutilafej fcti,, Dr. Ii'. character for skill nH .f,,i,i.. ti.. rity being Bniversally known io Ibis city, i0t. ..v.,. - ..w u ksiicuu mat asiicacy and, crecy hitherto aokaowa. and having practice for year part, exclusively to thr cureel diseasei of the blood systam. tbey may safely caU i' u late on tbe most decidaJ adsanr.. ii T lulling Dr. II. , w Gleets eradicated in twa er three week?. Stricture removed without boogies nt any otaer instrument ; aad all debilities: liiew&t all old ulcerations, fistula's &c. , A plurality of office are proridsd, and as siti. ated that patient are not exposed toeach other', observation. Opn till talf past 9 ia the tveein , All person concerned are invited to be free ui calling, and speaking wiihDr.H. which is fit oi cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid the sipression of gratitude for inoutnerab1 reco. tne nda lions, and lor the decided preteitnc (it is presumed with just casse) Jong givea bia 6T ,udi ions public. N. B. All letter must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aiigt7 1 AoHlAtOil. TIOJV. lR. EVASS' n peril t XmeUiod of cariog a tti. tain Distaae, iiaowaaiw sally acknowledged iath t city his mode w treatnwLt i perrectly nutd, safe, . pedltiou. aad bis chart I reasooaoie. m every i stanc ha warrant act and will return tbe sy if I does not perform agraeab t m J ' V.k . i r'n lA.t mrrmfw ttlwAVtt nti..,i t l here are many persons in mis city aaa iu unity, laboring wilier various cnrotuc oisef - s such a cancer, old inveterate alcersv eewli ar kirnr evil, ns tela, diseaseo of tbe amis bladder and kidniea, efct complicaUd coapUial tions. rbeumatum, Ao. wl.ich they consider iii4 ! rabic. tbey can ccrvaiBiy w crn tiazroin i hy arplyingatDr. EVANS'S Medical Store, J 9, Peck - !ip, baving practised ia exbAiTsI hospitals in feiirvp i je, uuer aome oi :l Crst Surreon and Physician in tbe world, tat made those oaarusaie disease uu const ant rrrf lorWTMm. - ki IX A FRU.MENTO, No. 1 Wall tret geat ni n' dressing room, has for sale a few Rt - tors of Damask Steel, made by tbe cilebatlM Mareuin. of Pans. He has also received at as sortment of the best English Rators, vliica at warraoti good. if proved to the coolrtry, oey relunded. r' ; Also, cut and dresset hair In Ihe latest rtja and in a manner ao as to adajt it to the pbjuog - D0B7 - : L . ... k - .u. (VI r. RU m en ru return ni sincere is to his customers, and tbe public in genfil,lor their very liberal patronage, and solicits con tinnance of tbeir lavours. I ' He has liken if e procured a very One Wtff engage to restore rdtnr to a very keel' edge, and snouid tney not cut wtu ne win recompence. . fientlemen who subarribe bv the ouaitr. will have tbeir apparatus kept exclusively fr "Jfa selves. f" . - - T - t?OK the atKve troiiUitsv,me aua Uh w1" I1 oonmlaint. Ilamilion'i Elixir isoffesti. W i" aconbdence inspired by twenty ycara a?!? ei tit riuient. A singnj trial will prove lodge and evacuate the tough visoo Ptr. mucus, strengtheos the weakened yeit lungs, sbeatht tha acrimonious hnmoB irritates them, and Ctally dischargefft striUiogat tlie root of Uie disorder, tm Jr tomsare ofcoutst effectually and. rr!jr conquered ; the reverse of common which weaken the constitution, and EfrC, to tlie dUorder, for tbe take of moderaua1"" a e ;a :i . trtm M intent rfjiur vr in paisiiui iucv 'Ama TO PARENTS, who nave children with this dreadful maladv, this is d1"? (be first magnitude, a it afford n"7?".P,. lief, checks the progress, aad ink ,h(tf,,Vch tircly removet Ilia mostcrael dwoWerW" chUdren are liable. The elix ir is so pwjt, greetble, and the dose so small, that no a arise, ia inking it. , , wA Ue particular to aB ior iiammun z, - ilation. of which are offered to the P0" - u aone are genuine aritbout the wgnatuW." ! t.VPS medical warbBer't.? MiUilen Lane, nnd by every respectably gist in New Yoik. t ao t.txr.: . t A dry Cellar, under 'the house m hn - stret. Enquired M - . my 11 tf NEW - YORK i.. - t ; PRINTED AhT) PUBLlSEtB .BT..r, 'a r a rbv - w o va ft iisanilT rrnosn " Baw Corraa - Hocssv J

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