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i : events, iDVLHTisuva rciv TIIS LlI,:nTCFTI32ACTINTIlI3 STATE, eorix tbosi ti Aiuif ACt Ml . rriaiAifAMB. rn - rir ZTere. focW 22 Jbef. Recorder. it Bailey, Jasper I. Croptey, sad hue ,. J real, sopiu 4 ,JcoiiC,Mo(andCyrwBySptS8 - - Vi;ltt teaman, Sept 18 - ' ' " William Clark, .Sep 4 , . - '. " Thomas Multine, Sept It . Advphi W&ldro feer.t2 . ' Guiiliam Johnson, A nit " FfwJerick W. UaanenW, 8ept . . ; FhiloHele, Srpt. 19 . Eilae Uckwood, Am II . Christopher. PHnce, Sept 5 , . John W. Pom. Septt , . " Jotepnu. Boyd, An. 18 ". j John W. Rkberdioo. ABgl? . TaytoaGay, Aag.ta ' , . tialhy Wiwdrufl, and FbiJetirt H. Wood - tw, A or 5. - . , , Jbs Harrison, Aug 8 . Wdiiam King, Aug. IS . . Fpraim plarr, end Thoma Morton, Aug. 8 ' f eter Towateud, ii i.f , ' Jwntt HunMnstoo, Aug 8 , ' ' Brfort E. IKh'ing, Etq. .." John: r. Dielerich, Sept 1 . . m jf Jtert countyBefore Philip S, Porker, Re . - - it&T A SuMe4S.Locfcweod.OcLt' '. Giie Kellogg, Aug ' - ' ' 's ...J - Before Ettee Uotce, Etq. i' ColdPerfons.Oct5 - Dudley rrik, Sep 24 - 4,. William Colter, Aug 15 ' ,,. Ebracxet Gallup, Aug, 6 . i Reuben Laamoree, Aag. 5 . Ntditon eiunty Before Peter Smith, firtt judge PeieriW. Gideon Fersoit, William S. Kinney, and John Smith. Sept It ., - - Kicherd O. laeaon, Oct 17 John Lyon, Aug t9. . Abraham Shaft, Aag t9 - . William Spencer, Aug. 15 i JeVerf .M . Yale, Aij. Jacob Day, Aug tt Joanna Ward, Oliego County Before Jo$eph While, first - yioic tn (A. town of Cherry Volley. Joetl. Soencer. Aturt5 Ctfv TrottDfor$ WClum L. Many, Esq Uhediah loch, Aag. 14 . Jonathan Park, Aug IT . Before the Recorder. Merman Becker, Af 17 ' . ' Biort Judge Bud. Jobo Samotoa. Seot It Oimtitga Ctmt9 BefortJuhua Ftrwtnjiru ' Su4e tn Unandogo. Lewit Ktwedy, Sept. 11 William Hutcbiason, Ao 14 . Michael B. Hafchini. Aux.4 . IVtiXtngUm. CoMntfBtfbrt Anthony I. Blanch Joel Caitit, And Abraja Berry, Anj 17 Caekiei . SemMt, Aug t7 William Crurbtoe, Sept. 6 ..Jr ftrS& Aa;.7. - Rrftrt H. C. Mariinialt. , Jooepa Vkket, Aaf 15 . . ' - iarfg mmtr - Btfart Stbntm Child, finl . ,: . JiUge,inGretnfieU. Eiephe If. Palmer, Sept W Joba Scott, Ads It . , btfortJamtt JFCtea, J. John Yomg, 8'pt.3 AoJrew Stewart, jun. Sept J5 ' ' Befurt J. Thamptm, Esq. Jetae Billions, jua. Oct. 19 . JobaTimmermait, Sept 18 Jercmiab Ltbaro Sept 18 ' C nut it eraitg Btptrt John II. Jonet, Jin Judge, i . LeictUtr. Edmand Hinckk - r, Oct t AaaFrtch, 8tptt Daatel Dye, Ans31 John Valeatine, Oct fi John Morton, Sep! 8 ftn Phillip, UlIClSfllH IUI IU ' .KiltoB) Fox, Jcboaon BedalL and William rrkcr, Ave. 15 Linu Peck, end Alfred Penhen, Sept. 19 ti wltnn Cilfbefart J. U. MonelL . Joba M. Lather, Sept 4 Jaotea Palmer, Am S3 , Mot Barr, Auctt John Dewey, Aug. 14 - Jacob IMntnatter, Aug. 8 Cnarle O. Iriab, Aug It Job Mailt, Aug V CWumoMi County - More M . .ViCer, Ett. Ephrairn F BUnlr, Aug 31 I Peter Yaier. Au Oiaumgooounty - Brtbre OLadiah German, Eiq mJtinrieh. ... T Arthur N.Deseng, Sept 3 Montgomery county - - Before Alexander Sheldon, 4r$t Judze in Charleiton. Thomas T. Getman, Sept 10 Strplien B. Dcy, ia Charleston, Sept 5 Peter 8tvwn, Aug 15 . . Peter Quockrabots, Sept It .AhirahamVnn Diren, Sept. 5 Heary B. Vrooman, Aug 8 Sfeuoencounfy - Before TKtrnat M'Bumey, finl 1 ' - ' ' Judge, tn Painted - PoiL Frederick Townond, Oet Q Benjamia Shick, Sept 30 David Cb&ce, Aag. 8 ' . . Onetd4cauafy, Before ffalKan rViUivm. Eleaser Haxen, Sept. It (" V Ehiah Adtit, Sept, Joseph Tamer, Aug. 15 Orange tounty Before Jfathan U. While, Eiq. At GejUn. ' Jacob Randall, Aug t9 John M'Cartea, Jr. A at:. 8 Schoharie County, before If at. Beehnan, Etq mt Shmtn, Jumet Bales, Scpl 5 - . Caleb Morey, Aug t7 George Alray,. Aug 87 Before H. Bouck, F.tq. , Aathopy Tappeo, Oct 6 Jeff erton County. ..Before W.D.Ford. David Studley, Oct 5 Solomon Rkh, Sept 10 Rnmael Miller, Oct 3 ' Eira Tyler, Sept I Ephraim Carey, AoetO Zeaat Carey, Aug 17 Isaac Cornwetl, Jr. Aug. It ; Morrit Burtch, Sept. 10 ' Before Judge Cole. Aoguttut Sackbt, Sept. 14 - rfWren Count before Wm. Robajdu i ' Isaac Smith, 8ep( 19 - . . Edward Fuller. - 6ept - 15 Sullitan County, before Willum A. Tnompton, )'.. - Thempton. Benjamia Ramsey, Aag to Setae E. Bowers, and John Marshall, Aug. 31 Franklin County, before AUionMan, Etq. Hoary Utjey, Sept 19 Robert Cooper, Aug 10 1 ' ' ' Before y. ir. Howell, Ett. at Canandaigua. Philip B. Jackson, Sept 19 ', Samoel Frearb, Sept 5 RotweO Driggt, Aug 10 , , Ciwioa County, before Pliny Moore, Etq. . Plioy M.Rogers. Aug. 11 ...... , Clinton Before ti. H. Walworth. Joho Bleccker, Sept It - Coyugo tviv, before Judge Miller. Hwy. Hamvay, Oit 10 Melatiah Martin, Oct 10 ' iyJJ, 6rpt7 , JobaKeeoy, :. JobnGnfia, Aug. 3 Alcxandw Decker, Sept ti Jsmee vVillinnsjr.Sept.5 . WjUiaa Cooper, Augjii . Lavrtnc County, before Judge Fori. OUytT.Speactr, Sept 30 lrtoryUWooUey, Oct ; K - Aatot Underwood, Eept 14 ; ' Joba Tbnmat, Aug 8. . ,. . ' liekiel Kimball, Aog. 15 ' . , Putnam Brfort IL Carrifm, irf. : - v Pa'er Seyea, Sept II . - - - WiUiaai ti rewator, Aog 17 ; Haxutlaer tuty, lffr Jd Xattert. Aatboey Braea, Aug t9 , Henry A, Lake, Aug It , " B'fTt i)oni Butl, jun. William B.gtaata, Oct 3 Uati Packard, Aag. - Joba I. Weatherwas, Sept. 9 LuiaruruBrfrt timothy B. Porter, Esq CoocbManh, Set 14 Schtntctady, btfert O. CUxxland. Jaaaet Swvd, Ag tS Ttmpkau Ctntp, h'ftn John Sutlen. Daaiel Uecjaaaio, Sept. ti DtJmrrtCmtw. before lomae Ogitn, Etq. Phiaeai Howlaad ir. A eg t5 Oroene CouaWj, bon Mooes I. Canlaxe. ' ante Harrington, Aug 31 Duiduu Cmntv Beart Jama Emit, q, Laarence Ha'Uead, Aag t5 John 1'. Stouteabargh. sept. 7 Onlmrit Coitnty, before Judge Skhola. IraBroatoo, Oct tO lltrkimtr Counts, before J. If 'Miami. Samuel Smith, Oct 10 IS CUANCCRY. Slate oflftw York. tt. VS parraance of an order of this honorable court, bearing daW the t7th day of June, 1818, win ae tom ai uuonc auction, ai tne i oouoe Coffee tbe city of New York, under the direction ot uteiatiacriDer, a one oi uia nu - ten of thiicoart, on the tut day o July neat, at It o'clock at aooa, all thoae aeveral block, pie ce ot parcel of ground, tituate, lying and being intneioivninip of Brooklyn, to tne county oi Ktogt,aad ute or Aew - Iora, aloretaid, and KaMnaaddutinsiiifneoonaniaDmaae or jet - emiah Lott tbe 19Ui day of March, 1802, by toe loiioa - ing Doandarai, to wit, normeriy in ironi Dy water - alreet, loutberiy ia the rear oy Front - ttreet euterly oa tbe one fide by Jack - ton - ttreet and wetterie on the other aide by Gold - eticetcontaiaiDe foar ijuare or tiloctt of ground. Abo all thoae certain water lota, lying immediately ia front of tbe before described block, bounded a follow to wit eaiterly by J acktoo - ttreet. southerly by Water - ttreet, and westerly by Gold - treet, containing in breadth on Water - atreet the dintaace betweea GuUI - and Jackaoo - ttreet, and running into tbt River a far a the grant of the corporation of the city or Aew - iork extends, tvitu the appurtenance Dated June 2, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Master io Chancery. ' Note. Tbe above property will he sold in lots and parcels, according tn a certain map io i made thereof, which will he exhibibited in the Coflee - hoose one week before the day of sale. jew lawzwaiw Tbe tale of the above proparty is postponed to tbe Seventeenth day of August next, at tbe same tiour ana piaee. juj zist, ikio. JA.tlLS A. IIA.TULiIU, J tl dtd Master in Chancery. THE GRAMMATICAL BAR. THE importance of a correct knowledge of JL urammar. I too much acknowledged to need commeat. The unsettled and desultory aer, ia whK h it i taueht in common schools. is highly exceptionable. To have arbitrary rules aad definition parrot like committed to memory, learned aad conned by rote without comment or elucidation, is found to be generally void of utili ly i tor io long a me principles oi rule are not understood, they can never be applied to actual use. Under tech iipreMimt ai l iiiflueeccd by a detireto promote to utful a branch of education, the subscriber propose a remedial system. In the undertaking, tbey are conscnui of co other aioiive, man tne promotion oi a branch oi Knowledge, which is an iodi?pmib!e pre requuitc in every other. Tbe tubicriber anticipa'e manv oDieciioci to to complete a deviation irom inc antiquated track, which custom cat long mce sanctioned a the most eligible : but, to obviate uiiru Ipey bsk a umroner and rariuid mvesiisK - tion ot it principles. It is a dictum, th - .t without a knowledge of the ten ton on which laws are made, bo one can know the law. A conviction of its truth formed the mott powerful incentivelo the invention of the Grammatical Bar, whichcon - vey t to the mind through the medium of the eye ine reatont, tr.e wnrt, and the whereroree. I o be short, it employs the perceptive faculties, the learner acquires a habit ef attention, bi judgement itexerciied, and be advances with caae and delight 1 he subscriber have taken a conven - dre0i yoonR adiM Md geitlenJen may acquires correct knowledge of Englith grammar in sixty hour. A correct knowledge of parting will be given to new beginners; i( not no pay will e required. A new clan to begin on Wednesday. J. BKUWN, Jun. E. D. CROSSFIELD. N. B. Young gentlemen, who have been in structed in tbe short term of sixty hours, will be presented rorexauMnation each day at 5 o'clock, P.M. SchoUr received and instructed at any hour from 8 o'clock A. M. to 10 o'cloik P. M. Term of tuition made known at the above men tioned room. J 20 1 m ! RE W E R V . for tale, a bargain, a Brtw JLj) ery ti Malt Ilonse connected, ia the city of Hudson. The building are itoue, and particularly well calculated for tho buiiness. It ie situated in the midst of a barley country, and ha many other advantages. It is certainly an object for those wuhiug to engage in th: business. It is the only brewery in the rouctry. This property will l told cheap. Terms liberal t title good. For further particulars apply to M. MULDF.N, No. 78 Maiden - lane, New. York ; or J. NIXON, Jr. near the premises June 13 tf A KEYED HARP. X A. GUTTWALUT retpecthilly invites if . the amateur of music to inspect at his Piano - Forte Manufactory, No. 75 Maiden law , a musical instrument that perfectly equal the harp in sound and far surpasses it ia point of ea ty treatnvnt a it it played like the piano by meant oi keys, and consequently hat all the ad vantages or brilliant nrxlulatiun ; the only one in the United States - Also, aaelegiuit Piano Forte of fine tone, musical variety and workmanship, wuoan assortment of dinercni kinui, whose good qualities have been testified by the undersigned eminent professors ." We the subscribers, professors of music, do certify, that we have carefully examined Mr. J A. Uuttwaidt'ipiano - iortes, which, lor msenui ty and excellence of workmanthip and uniform Brilliancy oi tone, we deservedly recommend io public patronage. OTettrt. .illet, r.tienne, Rd. meets, V. 1 hiuauil, Charles UUIert." J 7 X'mg A geni's VJfice, Arte lorfc. LOCUST TlvlBER WANTED. . WANTED, a quantity of locust Umber and - tree - nails. Apply to the Navy Agent, at 8t Washington - street, . r The pubusher ol the ftew - Bruoswick Times, Newark Centinel, Long - hlanJ Mur, New - Haven Journal, and New - London Gaxctte, will pleate publish this auvcrutement one month. and send their billt to the Navy Agent' Office. Jy 18 im JUST published and tor sale at the new Law Book Store, corner of Nauaa and Spruce i streets, BlakeU Praetite of the Court of Chance. rv (new work.) The trial of John .VI. Trum bull against Thomas Gibbons, for a libel. Aad a1o, 1 be Brownie of Bodsheck, aod other Tales, ! by ometfng, author of Queea't Wake,&c tic. 70 THE PUB LICK. , A GENTLEMAN from France would wish ia. to draw the attention of the citixen of New - York to his newlr established Laboratorv of Co - I lours for walls, prepared for immediate use, and i accompanied with direction for laying tbem on n coiour are ol tbe brighteft trotf . and pre I pared to that an disappointment can lake place.' ci. ,ooi Hal', I rankfort - tt. B. A verv ihmm ...i:i..r n.r:.. I, . J I v, ncviuwi, nip OThlntaC. l w - c joum .reuDywe,mePn(n - . . iALUAELcT real estate tor EALE, " TaK HTI aw SKW - foBK. IT'IVEloli of rroaod on the wett tida of Green l" , wich - atrccl, betweea Vettry aad Deebroa - aea - atreeta, t5 by 80, " .. - . - - . " r'oar do ia tlia rear f fiie above, fronting on lh tait aide of Waabinetoa - ttreet, tS by 60. ' turbt do in tba biock Uiow. betweea Waeh - ingtoo aod Weat - atreett. , . k , 1 La Moaleamerr CoantT. 6000 acre of Laod in Lawreoce't purchate, aear r.att taoMa wreea, oa im aorui aide oi uie Aiottawi. , In Fraaklin Cnnnt. 15,165 acre of Lead, ia tbe town of Mount fllorn and Dayton. , , In Etex Couaty. 783t acre of Land is the town of Barrymor la tbe Couutr of Lewi. 1t50 acre ol land ta Caaterlaad, Chaaaanit Purchase. . ' la Saratoga County. 1600 acre ia Palmer pan baae. Eoauire at tbe office of the tahacTiber. 34 Ce daratreaL . , , BEV. ROBINSON. mb!7tf U. SAUNDEK'ti PATKiM' RAZOR STKOf. Yon that - with to shave with ease, Buy of SaoBDKBJ if you please ; , ' Hi Rasor Strop's, eculiiir such, That tharpt the Razor with a touch. ' - GSAUDERi reepectiully eolicil those . v, bo have not got Ins Patent Raxor Strop, io lurnitn themselves with hi new invented Jta - sor Strop, and Metallic Comootition. No sen tleman who ooce make trial of one of the Strops now onercd, will ever try any others; and tncDu Uieir formation, that ever so much use will not give the raxor that roundness which reader the best of tbem utelett, and whicb ia well known al - wityi to follow the application of all those hither to invented. The above strop are in general use in new vork, and are distinguished irom an others. Barbers who have usedthem say more ia their praise than I can myself. ti anivnroe 18 Wall - street. Also for sale, Razors, Soap, and every uteu - til for Shaving, of the first quality, with a superior assortment of Perfumery, Hair - Powder,kc. from Smyth's, New Bond itreet, London. N. ti. The uiott liberal allowance made to dealer. my ti J O LET, A plearant backroom, at no. 5C Wall - street, tuituble fur a lawyer's office. Postestiou immediately. Apply in the front ofBtc. Je 4 (CTl tXJli AWLfc, STiiJl A farm of hut ween sixtv and seventv acres, situate io the wet bank of like Otseta, aad one mile from the village of Cooperttown. On it are anew atone house 54 feetsquareiaaew larm house, bam, &c. It form a desirable es (ahlishment for a gentleman wishing to retire into the country, as its situation, as to prospect. convenience to market, tic. is not surpntsed hv any in the interior of the state. It will be told low for cah, on a credit, or exchanged fox pro - ntrty in tliis city, goods, tic. Apply to ll. u et n. Dtuun ic - iw, mv 7 tf Law Buildings. WANTED, A WHITE girl or woman to do the cooking, &c. in a small family, consisting of four grown person, living in a pleasant part of the city t she will have the assistance of a little girl and a boy. None nerd apply without good recommendation. Apply at tluaoltice. J 16 tf SOLAR MICROSCOPE. AT the New - York Phiiotophical Muteum, Mcdiral, Electrical and Oalranic Room, No. 92 Chotbhin Street, (in the front hall ol Chatham (harden) may l e teen the wonderful effects of the sular microscope that raagniikt one hundred tiiouiand times, and it One oi tne Deti inttruuients ol tbe kind evrr sliewnin America. A derription of this iiiktiumeut is uobecessa - ry ; suffice it to say that forty persons may at the same time sit and tee its operation without the incenvenir nee of looking through a lent or class of n v kind. The following (it is pretomcd) will be sufii - rient to give an idea ot tbe effects produced hy thit ereat examiner of nature : The head of the common Flea it magnified to look at large at that of an elephant ; ita prohoscia or ttiog two feet long ;lcgt eibt Jeet ; hair on tne leg ux indies. In a glass Tabe of clear water, takes directly rrora the wen, may d aeen uioosana animal - cula, all alive, some of whicb are two (ret long. In common Vinegar and in almost all vegetable ascids or wines may be aeen Animal iron one to three feet long. i lie circulation oi me mooa u aisuncuy seen in a variety of bh and inteot. 1 he wing of the smallest Musquito will appear from 7 to It feet long,' shewing dillincti) tbe iinalleit nore. w 1'be wine of the common Butterfly can be mag nified to tbe enormou tire ot 30 Itet The proprietor ha lately tieen presented by a gentleman ol tin cty with an in sett, placed oa the obiectelat of a common microscope - about fix year rince i when firtl taken it was 'about of an inch Ions, and ou it may now be seen by the . . - . v . - . . ...... help of the solar microscope, thousands oi insects preying and receiving lood irom me oeaa car tae. L - '1'he Cheese Mite, thoneh to small an intact that it it almoit impossible to ditcem tbem with Ibe naked eye, it made to appear at large at a turtle ten inches long, and very much resembling thnt animal. The collection of animaleula and insect in general in hhiu of Ibe operator it contidera - blc, though should any lady or geotlema n, uit iiig the niuit. - um, hrin with theia an insect ah itnre or nuni, mat twy wisti toexamme, it will b shewn. The; S' lar Microscope will be shewn from teii o'clock 'A. M. unlil two P. M. Artjiiiitancc to ceuls : children, under twelve years, half price IVrsoi.i visitirg the museum are requested to notice, that tbe microscope cannot be trtewo uu - lett the tun tames. NOTICE. The ri;Yicians of New - York and it vi - s', also tbe ladie and gentlemen now t - Itntliic lor tbe benefit of tlectrical and Ualvanic op?rttiw, are retpectfully inlormed, that tbe hotn t ol operating lor medical purpoiei in future will lie aa loiiow : rrnm nx to ten tn me morning, and from two until seven in tbe afer noon. The Electrical experiment will take place every evening at usual, should the weather not he tuouamp or warm. N. TYLEE. Proprietor. And manufacturer of all kinds of Philosophical Apparatus lor most oi the purine scientific in stitutiona and Private emiui euiiuarit throughout tbe United states. J ill lot iAXB with a good supply of milk, and who J can produce satisfactory testimonial of character, lie. will meet with encouragement, by applying at MBS. SAIULERS, J 10 tf No. 36 Broadway. r - t t un s.n.t:. till The HOUSE ti LOT, No. 339, Broad way. 1 ha sol is xo icei ironi ana rear, ana icu feet deep. The house it 65 feet deep, finished in tb best manner, and replete with conveoien ce for a Urge family. On the premise art i brick stable, two nun - water cisterns, tone oi which it brick) and a well of excellent water, The situation is considered equal to any in this city. For particulars, apply to Benjamin Ir JUtnturn, oa the presnues, or to Jy t5 1m No. 356, Pearl - tt COItTlKl XX. tappsy of la dies Beaver Hats, fresh from tbe ma - na factory, aaita - ble lor the aouth - era market, and packed at the torteit aotKC, at - - J. WILSON'S. 160 Broadway nay t7 POST COACH ajtd STEAM - BOAT tlWEfj . ran rttiL,MutL.rtiiJf. BT WAV or XUXABBTRTbWBr roixTi (Through ta Ose Day.) . ' A NEW Line of Pott Conche with every cofl - IX. venience for passenger and baggage, on Springs, : starts from tbe Coach c3ke, No. 1 Courtland - ttreet, near Broadway. New - York, every morning, (Suadoyt excepted) at 5 o'clock, ia the Steam Koat AtsUnta. via LlixaliethtOWB. Brunswick. Princ - ton, Trenton and Brittol, and arrive at raiadeiprae the tame aiternoon, ai 4 o'clock. A aecond IJne Of new Pott Coarhe will (tart from New - York every morning, (Sunday excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalan - ta, lodge at Treatea,and arrive at Philadelphia, in a Steam Boat, aext mnraiog at 10 o'clock. Fare 6 dultart. P. 3. Passenger are requested to call and take tf.cjr Seat at tbe office No. 1 Courtland - st. N. Y. United Slates Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience lur passeneer and baireage, oft vpriega, - The V. S. mail roach will stall from (he coach ofhee. No. 1 Courtlandt - st. New - York, every day at t o'clock, P. M . and arrive at Phil adelphia aext morning at 0 o'clock, uniy o pas - teneer admitted. r or seats in the akave named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old ettanlnhed Coach, aod Steam Boat office. No. I Court landt - stieet. near the corner of Broad wav, New - York : or to A. T.GOODRICH bi CO. No. 114 Broadway, corner of Cedar - ttreet and at No. 53 Whitehall - street. New - York. 0 - AII goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. uiuii, aiAa tu. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je t4 SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACflKS, tor rniLAPEtrnia, v!f "i ftr Leave New - York r?fg every morning (Sunday'sex - tCfaE&'jfcepted) at 8oclock, and ar rive in riulaueiphia next day to dinner. The puhlick houet are good, and rratonable in their charcts. The driver", hortct and coaches are not inferior to any others now running between these two cities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence of the roadionlhia rout, connected with the tafety, comfort, and reasonable expencet, are beleived to be strong inducement to traveller in giving thitlinea decided prefer ence. The atrictett attention will be observed hy the proprietor in giving general satisfaction. All baggage and packages will go at the risk of th.owner nn1e insured and receipted for by the clerk of sni i office. Stage fare only $5, with a cenerou allowance of baggnge. Parties wishing to travel at their leisure, may engnge the Coach on reasonable terms exclusively to themselves, by applying one day previous to starting. For seats apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlandt - street, New - York. L.1U.X, SUIVS, H I t), ap t Proprietors. VMUS LLNE. FOR PHILADELPHIA. Twenty - five miles land carriage, via New. Brunswick and Trenton. In new pott coaches 5 I so good stage 4 50 Do lorecastle or deck paisesgers, 3 50 Connected by the steam boats ulim branch and raLAPrxrHia. The tteaui bent Olive Branch will leave Sew York every day, Sim - day's esrepted, frtm the north, side of the B ea tery, at 11 o'clo:k, A. M. rasiengert will lodge at Trenlon. and take the stenm boat Philadel phia, to at to arrive in Philadelphia at lOo'clock the next morning, in time to take the Union Line Baltimore steam boats. This line has a connection with the belt boats on the Delaware aod Chesapeake to tNorfolk a alto tbne of the Morth River and Sound ; and their several arrival are calculated to caute lit tie, if any delay. This it a speedy and certainly the mott conve pient route, a the passenger) will leave New - York after the bank open, ami arrive in Philadelphia before the hours of burinett, without fatigue in travelling or want of tleep, the laod carriage being much let than by any other route be tween the i wo cuiet. For seats in tbe above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUES, At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketfield ttreet, north tide of the Battery, between Greenwich and Washington streets, or to The CAPTAIN on hoard. OT All goodt and baggage at the litk of the owner. ap 4 (NO I ICK. For the further accommo dation of the public, the de - arture of the r iretly from rw - York and Newburali rill be in luture oa the following day : lcate New York on Mondny. Wednetdav and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave Newburgh on Tuesday, r inlay and sunony ai s a. ai. The above arrangement will commence hy the Firefly leaviog Newburgh on Sunday, the i4th May. The Western Stage leaves Newburgh imme diately after the arrival ol the t iretly . my Tt KASTOB 15D BETBLKHkM NkW Ultk, VIA WFW - BRC1I8WICB. Or Passengers will leave New - York every Monday ind Friday, at 11 o'clock, A. M. io the steam boat Olne Branch ; lodge at New Brunswick ; leave there early next morning, and arrive at Easton at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Returning, leave Eastnn every Monday and Friday, at 5 o'clock, A. rl , lodge at flew Brunswick ; arrive at .ew York at lOo'clock next morning, in the iteam - boat Olive Branch. Tbe ttase connected witb thit line it a good four - horse stage. rasing. - irom a. tfninswick to r.anon, $3 W ; from Eatton to Bethlehem. 75 cents. For seats in the above line.apply to WM. B. JAQUES, at the Philadelphia Union Line Steam - Boat Office, aorth tide of the battery. UUUtlil i.b 1 "son, rrorrietor. Je I3tf FUH PH1U10LPHM, ELIZA BETH - TOirjY POLT. Via 3 POsT - COACH LLE 77i roifx'A in a day and by iau - liiht. T EAVES New - York in the steam - boat Ata M - A lanta, from the foot of Whitehall - street. near the Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquire at No. 1 Court andt - street ami No. 53 White hall - !) reet at which places teat, may be taken. JeSO tf AMBOY O.N SUNDAY. The Steam Boat OLIVE ANCH will tail for Am on Sunday next and 2every tucce edinx Sunday. at II o'clock precisely... She will leave it at 4 P. M. to arrive at 7 o'clock. Passenger may either dine on board or at any of tbe taverns. - Parsage50centtgoirg,tbe same price for returning; dinner on board 75 reuts. r, 9. in making tne trip the will sail rvnd statea uiann. JXiti BOARDING PCHOOL. THE MIS3 BENNETT'S have opened a boarding arbocl for yonag ladies, on the toafh tide of I'nwles Hook, in a situation very healthy, and although conveaieat to the - cit). ooite relire l. The usual Enelish branches and Needlework, French, Music, Dancing and 1 Tawing, are taught by themselves or by approved masrerv. tor term .C. apply lit .'ir. U. GREENE, tlWaU - .lreeLoratUieic'isoL J 141 ' trs - i i 'i i THE SOU.S'D ST HAM BOATL1AK. The proprietor vrifh a view of accommodating the public by extending the liae to Norwicnv intend makina the experiment with the Fulton, Capt. Law, and this route (if foood practicable) will be cootioued daring the season. T he line will in future be from New York to Norwich, at follow: The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New. York every Monday, Wednesday aad Friday, at 8 o'clock, io tbe morning, lor New - ilaveo. The Fulton, Capt. Law, will leave AortrtrA at 6 o'clock in the morning of the tame days, touch at jYeie - Lenrfim and depart from thence for Js'ew - Haven at 8 o'clock. The boat will meet at. jYtv - riaren, and depart from thence every Monday,. Wednee - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut for Ai - Fr, aad tbe Fulton for AVtr - .JnVort and Jtfortruh. mh!7 . .Kwavaua aud ,aaOAH.uaiAiL - rAu;' TBRKk TiatBS A Will I EAVESNewburgbeve - I J ry Sunday, . Tuesday, and Thursday mornings, at three o'clock, ruoa through Montgomery, Bloomingburgh, Mouticello, by White Lake, Cosbectnn, Mount Pleasant, (J rest Bnud, Chenango Point, Owega, Itbica, and Ce - neva, toCanandaigua. Returning leave Canandaigna every Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at three o'clock, and arrive at Newburgh, the third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - Yoik the following morning. (TJ may be expected thnt at all timet when the tteam - boaft alter their dayt of tinning, thut Ait line trill otter to at to meet them. The whole route will be perfomed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and from tbe first of 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 the city of New - York and run from thence to Canardaigua 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 Canand.iigua in three day a distance of three hundred mika. The line is well furnished with good, new carriages good horses, and careful and experienced drivers Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious t and it is believed that the accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. FAKF. from Newburgh to Canandaigua FOURTEEN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the same line run three times a week from Ithaca to Auburn. AUo, a line runt from Owego Tioga Point; thence through Newtown and Painted Post, to Bath, lit. , BAGGAGE, as utual, at Uie risk of the owner. David Godfrey, Bloomingburgh,' E. C. St. John. Mount Pleasant. L. tl It Manning, Chenango, iProprie. miner unr inn, a, lull. bsmoel (jreeuliff, Geneva, Oliver Phelps Lansing, mh 14 d6in UHK H't'KMM Bu.i J .UAt.jiM.i, FOR ELIZABETH ! OWN POINT, BGJwl T EAVES N York each wmmorJ&mrf'J d. Sundays except - J, Irom tne loot ol bite - i.ui eirtti biai the iial'crv, at 5 oVlnck aud 10 o'cloi k A. M aad 3 o'clock P. M. ; Icivcs Elia - bethtiwo Poiut ;.t S o'clock A. M. and half past 12 o'clock and h:.lf past 4 o'clock P. M. Je 10 tl Vf.M'H UtkLh. Si 1.H - BO.Hl, fZT un the 1 1 in oi may, commenced running four times a week. A Boat w . - - jy Mn,. New - York onTust - iImj, at vn'iluck, a, M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M; Friday, at 9 A. M. and Saturday, at 5 P. M. ol each week ; and a boat letye Albany on Monday, Wednetday, Thursday, aod Saturday, at 9A. M The Fire - Fly leave New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for Newburgh, and returns on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A. .VI. Je 26 WIIOOl lNti COUGH. DOCTOR SCOTT'S Pectoral Mixture, which it a tale and effectual remedy for the whooping rnngh. It it only tin years since it wa offend In the public, and tome thousands of children, both in l.nglaud and Scotland, have been cured by it, alter every other medicine had neen used without cflect. It it held in the high est estiaation for it. excellent and .alnbnous viitutf. It promote, gentle perspiration, re - rootti ticid phi. gin hy ait easy and sate expectoration, and it highly talutnry to the lungs ; it ttreiigtheni aiiddelendsthe stomach, gnet greater liberty of breathing, and produce! the most tfe, salutary and happy effects, by prevent ing mote distressing and convulsive cougns, to winch thousand! of individuals, in conse quence of neglect, prematurely fall a a rifice. U i. not by exciting a temporary atimulu of relief in those violent paroxysms that it quali ties are manifested, but by effectually remov ing tiio.e distressing symptoms, bv giving vegour to the weakened frame, and renovated health to the altlicteu individual. Sold wholesale and retail, by R. Robertson, Apothi cary.No. 82 Broadway, and J. C. Mori ui, Druggest, No. 188 Greenwich - street, N - York. Druggest throughout the United states, may be supplied with the Pectoral Mixture, at either of tbe above places, at the lowest wholesale price. Jy 7 2m it , - i. n.v..t.,rn V..; - V - TT' - Si - ' MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF THK CITT OF HBW - XORK. The o'dett Institution for Insurance against fire in thit cilu,) PiSURE against Loss or Damage by Fire, Dwelling Hoasrs, Ware Houses, Buildings iu grneral, Merchandize, Ships in port and their Cargoes, Household Furniture, and every description of personal property, ot term, as favo rable at similar institutions tn iniicity. Thit Company it incorporated aofely for the nnmnie of inuriosr a?ainst losses bv fire, and has circumscribed iti operations chiefly within thit city and immediate proximity. In addition to tbe Capital block. X5UU.UUO. which it secured by bond and moi tease on real estate and public ttneks, this Company possesses a handsome surpiut mod, invested la like manner ; part wt assured may therefore repose the ful - sest cononence to tne sonoity ot its capital, ana that any lowet or damage will be settled with promptituile and liberality. The different rates of premium and conditions of Insurance are uniform with thoee of the other Fire Insurance Ofiicet in this city. The public are referred for particulars to the printed proposal, in circulation, and which may lie bad on application at no. vv ail street GA ABRIEL Fl'RM AN. President JOHN P1NTARD, Secretary. . may 8 JOrt - s tie. W I IT still rsrsidtl at Nu. Zii Water street, where he hat a very handsome and fashionable assortment of Cabinet Furniture op hand, which he will warrant to beOfltie first nualitV. He solicits hit New aee nA wtnthrrn Mends te give him a call, at be flutter hirut - .lf tbey will not be duappomted. Orders executed at Uie shortest notice. ff.' tf uiv , . .vrs - I - - A tUmraiag Mbiie kaew Iww t. thliMm h. - . twees, Hiin.lS.S .11.. UUUn b. DOCTOR HORNE.formert, (mimber of the'tacnity of 1, 'aailas,rrvthj.r. i.,.Pn tLe abuse of MERCURy ! rash, UidUKriminate, anjUL., tied use tnereof, ta ti, 72" tiv.'nf infuT;? 'tFJZ P" txnu. are annually mercurialixed out of nce. Tbe disease w have in view it" - 1, UU .ei - l. chiy to thi.Mue MVhata,!V iiat a young man, the hope of bi toSJli1''! the darlmg of hi. parenta,X'd be way from all. the prospect, . enS,ofh by the consequence of one uoaj - jeTt snd by a dixeate not in its ownr"1 which only prove to from neglect or treatment.". A gentlemaiv (Ub, Dr F.r.op, uent) now perfectly bearteUd ,&' under pbyncraa of genem) practice, aii.. and re)atedly lal.vat. d ; wLen reuSenJ" Dr. 11. (hy a genUeman of tfiia cAyihuivl!' were carious, and bi detb droptilng - (tnT hi. friend, declared he routd axiVpouteb?. two montht longer. Thwisaodi erpenV'T' uu,, iui wiibi case - suia safcry fjr, u "t cate Uie severest cetes, and coimrmgsiu' ",,f tation. The Doctor', plaa (adv.. cenary to guard the puWe against thai itmJ . mercury, and other fatal delation, held tl! ' Persons, therefore, having ct traced vata disorder, or tui peeling latent pois p1" admonished not to tamper with theu'To.rf tion, or conceal the disorder, till past rWJ, ry ; othersbaving the remain, of an - old, or other impurities of the blood, aa ll . ..V er complnmU of delicate BHtar i,, sex, should remember posterity, ,leSi to onsciencesby miSinjT tZffi In Dr. II. t him i - .l tTWUOa lithmeat, No. 64 fiSffi of Old - slip, to obtain that priupt J one calculated to prevent difosure.A. Itt me claim your serious attention - Renf' a tuperficial cure it no cure at all anJem t7h!! Y'J?''?"00?' 0B l!'ctaialyaav. he disorder break out again witb redoubled beioo'faTefoTr;.:;:!; HB wm the itteeta miserable, muhl.tea beings? j0i, even a bit of note on their face i Take I beseech yovj. warwu. Dr. H character for .kill and .tubbora in'ta. enty being knowa in fhi. cifyT rt IC04.iruarante tn i,Vn. j. n. . crecy hitherto unknown, and having confined hZ for years past, exclutivelytothecureil i 'r u?.u,e oww iyiu.m they may safelycal - u hnr h decute Bge. iaco.. Gleet eradicated in twt op three week. Stricture removed wit ho Bovgiet nr any th. er instrument ( aad all debilities t likewise all old ulcerations, bttula'a ate. ""wu a piuranry oi omce are prorided, and to titt. Med that patientt are not exposed toeach other a nb;rvation. Open till half past 9 intheevbine All m I rin Ir i in, I - 1 ..1 . . i . .... r.,.w nim lumcu IO KeO )B ailing, and speaking with Dr.H. which is rna txpremon of gratitude for innumerable rtcots. mendations, aad for the decided preference (it ia presumed with jutt cauve) long given bin by a lucliciout public. . iv. b. ah setter mutt be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 17 lar 1 mlithek quACH t.Rv M ob, impuZj. DiR. EVANS' wpervt mtthdd ofcuriagacei ttin Disesjse,iaow niivei ally acknowledged iathi city ; his omI of treotmeat i ,uirr - l k. - I.I f. IPeaiuous. and Um chary s Ireatonabie. In every : i tance he vrarraat acsn, . . ...I :ti A, ' wui return oie pay ii io floe, not perform aareaakw " in ttrictesi secrecy aivtars ohaerrrd. There are many persons la this city aad its vicinity, laboring under varioua chronic ditertet, such a. cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrfl or kings evil, fistulas, disease, of the arwihoy bladder and kid uie t, ord coasplicatod complain of a Cert aid batare, biliou ard other obstrao ttnnt, rheumatism, c. which tbey consider kci ral.le, they can certain! be cured (ingemrs ) hy aprlyiBg at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store. Ke, 9. reci - slip, bating practised ia trttLt w hmpttals in Europe If yean, under some of ta first Surgeons arid Phyticiaa in the world, 4 made those obstinate diseases kit constant tid for 30 years. ... Oct 1 AFRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall ttreet, gentle. . n.i n's dressing room, bv for tale a few Ra - firs oi Damask. Steel, msdii hy tbe celebrated Marguin, of Paris, tie kas klso received aa assortment ol the beat Englith Raxor, which ha warrant good. - If proved to the coaUary, Dsv - ney refunded. Alu, cutt and drctei bait ia tbe latett stjls and in a manner to at Io adapt it to the physiognomy. ' Mr. FRUMENTO returnl hi. sincere thatki to hit customer's, and Hie ptblic in general, fcr their very liberal patronage,, and tolfcit a coa - tinuance of their lavour. - - He bat likewise procured a very line hone, and engage to restore ragor to a very keen edge and should they not cut wtll he will receive bp recommence. ( Gentlemen who tubtcribe by the quarter, wil bava their apparatu. kept exclusively for tbn wlvet. JeSO LOR the aoove sioublcseiuK aa - . OiAu tatai i rritiintninf - HamillAa'a tlivit tanffered. With a confidence inspired by twenty rears tuccetsAd experiment, A tingle trial will pre r thatlicw Ulgc. and evacuatta Use tough viscid phtfgaior ruuvts, strengtbeut the weakened vesseUottha. lungs, sheathes the acrimonious humour wucn irritates them, and finally discharge it. The striking at the root of the disorder, the OmP" tomtare of course effectually and permaneMT o - nquered : the reverse ot comnv aueo.w. which weaken tbe constitution, and grve itrewn to the disorder, for the take of moderating for"" pr sent tome of it painful effect. . . - 1 1 AfiL.1 13, who have children aum - wrtblhM dread' ul malady.' thit ia a discovery the first magnitude, at it tltt - rds immediate, re bel, checkt the progress, aad in a non ,u. h tirely remove the most crtel diorder fb 'J" children are liable. Tbe elixjr is to rrtf??.f!' grteable, aod tbe dote o .mail, that bo difficulty arise, in taking it Be particular to atk for Hamilton' Elixir, imitation of which are offered to the public, t none are genuine without the ignture ol a. Lea. - . , - ai For a!e at LEE'S medical warbnie, fo. Mhiden Lane, and by evgry repecUbl V' sistinNewYoik. Q i - Q A dry Cellarj mjder tbe hour e No. T street. Euquirebf MR. SMEUE5, , 1 1 if , ; '34Pearl - trcet Pine my NEW - VOBKt : ' , PRINTED AXD PUBLtSUID .WCEf EL BVHXUAM k CO.' No. 49 WiLLi - s. - TWtBi orroiT TBB BanI CoMXB - Iiobsb. - j. - T 2 f

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