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IS CHANCERY.' ' State f fCeYrkt tm IS paitiancv or tn trder of this hooorxble reurtb - ia4ng date the fiiteerttl. day of Jane, . 1313, will cold t putb aictio, t the r Of .Mum , m - ktttpr, ia the Til - V.. ' W TJtic, Oneida county, on th 2d day "7 ,fsJepte.iberBext, at 12 o'clock at moo, an - , Jer the direction of (lie ubicriber All that , tract or parcel of land, lying and. being Bitoa - ted id th tow of Home, count of Oneida. ... tate cTKew - iortt, beguning at a jralnut ttump t itanaitigia.ibeout. side ol the Irlohxwk river, BJimea corner oi 1014, n ineinim ai - ktmsnt of tike Oriikany patent, and running , . uieaoe soutu decree 10 minutes, wen alone . the southeast bounds of 1st No. 4. 139 chain and . iiDki to a tie.nch tree, cornered and marked . 9 ana ; thence oortlt 74 degree and 4u minute, J. wet along the outbxly bonnd of aid lot 4, 44 m uni ou mat u a uk (tanning iziiub o. sv oi aa iron wood tret, cornered aua . roaraen l'T. C M B.j thence north thirty nine degrer 10 minutes, east along a line oi marked trees to we cleared (and now owned by Frederick Standley, and along tbe east ride 01 bit farm, at tbe leoce now ttandt, to the pt road leading to tbe vil - '? Jagt 01 Fort Stanwitk r thence westerly as the , , sid load run, chain 54 Iwkt s thence oorth 39 decrees 10 minute, rait ..long th line of aid - totaodley's farm 179 cumo 24 link (on the wool. ' line, to the outb ank of toe Mohawk river thence a the tmd river wind and run to I he , - ' place of uwantng (except ooe acre, told su.d - , Headed by Peter Colt to Abel Burrow, artjuo iinr the oi(b tide of ibe road and Uie laad . . George Clark.) Containing 554 acre, otore or leaa ; bin llw larin ntf owned II relet UOil. '' aod told bvtiioa to the said George scriba. To gether with all aod lingular Uie hereditaments to i fie lame ueningiug or iq any wise appertaining - u&tea.uir zjui, mis. 5 . THOMAS BOLTON, J SO lawfjw Matter in Chancery I.N CHA.NChKY CTHEREAS Janie J ante, of the town of V V HouttiOt'ld, coanty of rlichoiond, and itale oi new i oik, vewe inoeorea nnio nrnry iavn of th taioe place, in and by a certain bond or . obHzalion, bearing due tbe tenth day of Decern : ber, u Hie year ol our Lord, one tbouiaod eight itandrad and teventceo, in the pcoal lumof twelre ' iMiodftd aad ninety one dollars, lawful money of .the United State, conditioned for tbe payment ol ait hundred and forty rive dollar and Oity cent, - Uwful money afbretaid, with lawiul intereit lor tbe tame, on or before the tenth day of May, then 1 next eniuinr the date of taid bond or obligation, , lor tbe better curins aud more ure payment of ' iMinid OfU or money mentioned in me laiu bond or obliK'ition, according to the true intent and moaning itierenr, a.rt, to;ettier wun adiku ' bit wife, on tbe caid tt - alb day of Decta.lfr, in ' tbe year af - irtiftid, mortiuje to the aid llvnry ,i7avis, all mat meuuagu, larm, pimiaunn, n ; meadow aud pretnuei, lituate, lying and beinit . ia the town ol'Sjutlilield, coynly nnd tate afore said, and ii butted aud hounded a ioiiow : oe - einninir br ttio enstermost corner of the kind of Comclis Van Buikirk. aad runninc from thence bj hi line, north forty leven degree and thirty minutes wetttl.irty five chain and nty three degree and twenty minute, east fourteen chain, to the corner ot llie lanu oi unac suaon lonTthrarebv the line of tbe laid laac i?iinon on and ferine. outh forty even dejree and thirty inimitci, eat forty on chaim and ily link, Io the land of Jacob Vrerlund; tl.rnto a lon aid Vrctland't line, math fifty oneVlered aad forty five minute, wtit twenty th. - ei chain aod eixty link, to tht place of tM - einnmg ; con - t oiling wilhio the txMiad.and iiantitlierrnl f igh - ty eight acre i and one half an acre of l;unl; - bounded inutliweterly bf the aid Corneliu Vao Dutkirk' laud i northwesterly by the aid b?jbwar; tiorthf.asl by the land of the id I?anc Siinnnw nod ferine, mid Jouttif at hy the land of laid Jacob V'rceland. AJsi, a certain piece or parcel of wilt meadow, I) tug in aid town, Hear a place railed Old Tjwn ; l ginning at or near tbe corner of C rneliu .Marti,, and ruimiog from th - nre south twenty nine de - gree, eat fourteen chau. and fift v link ; thence north irven't lour Oeitret, ea one chain forty three links; ihence north twtuty nine degree, ' sail fourteen chain and fifty link, to tbe fence : tf.euce south Iwt ntv tour degree, west one chain and lrty ttiiee link to tte place of beginning j coiiliining two ai re oi au nieaniw , bounded ouliAet by Cori.eliu Marlino' ; Iwlhealt by the creek , northeast by John Ket - U.ii. and imrthwest bv luead.iw ol Steuben Martino. Aiso. that certain piece oi parct - l of salt meadow, situate aad Ivine m uie town oi fforthueld, county and sUte nforeaid, on the easterly ide of Tooison'i creek (o called) and ChKrrv Tii Creek s hounded westerly by the aid iiiacKobi :aortherlv and eateHv bv men dow of Captain Richard C iursoo. and southerly by meadow of John Mtrrell ; ccutaining two acres and a half of salt mesduw, be Uie tame more or (ii togettier with all aad singular, the edifices, bmldings, rights, meiner, pnvilege and appur - tennBces, tbereurro bclonejing or in any wise appertaining . with a power in the said mortgage contained, that if default should be made in tle payment of tne i&H mm ot money mentioned in the condition of the laid bond or obligation, nnd the interest which should accjue thereon, at the im Trifid for the ouvment thereof, that then it hould be lawful for he nid Henry Uavia, Lis heir, executor, administrator nnd sssi;ns, to c 1 1 and dispose of the said premiie at public auction, according t' Uie act ol the legislature ia sonh rase made an J provided ; which should he a nerDetual bar, bmh in law anil equily, a - rainit Ilia said James James and Alugail bis wife, their heir nnd atsiins, and all other per 5Dl claiming or to claim the aid preiuiata, by, from or under, them, or any oi mem. . And whereas deiault ha been mtde in ti e pay ment of the sa d principal sum of lix hundred and forty five dollar and fifty cents and the tame with Uie interest ine'eon remains uue anu u'ipaia - Notice is hereby given, that puriuant to the act in ucb case made and provided, ail anu iingu larthe premise above particularly mentioned with tbe hereditament and appurtenance, will be told at pu'ihc auction or vendue, at th - lon - tine Coffee Uouse, ia the city of New York, on Wednesday, tbe 4tb day of November next, at 12 o'clock at noon. Dated the I4udny of May. ia the year of onr Lord ooe thousand eiht hundred and eighteen. myl51aw6n - HENRY DAVI3. iiKKtA. - j Hcitfkinb Keiley of the town of Brooklyn, bv hi certain indenture oi mortgage, bearing date the twen'y - firt day of oepeeiuoer i o i u, tur uie uuci 'in mc pay - tnent oCtlie sum of three hamlrtd and fifty dollar, Invful money of thelTuited State of America, toccther svith the lawful interest for the came according; to the conditions of a certnin liond benhnz even date wi'.h the id mrtgnse. cfid grant, bargain and sell onto John Crupser, of the citv of New - York, r,oue punter, all thai certain lot of ground with the boildine thereon, heme cart of a parcel of ground in the Citv of New.tnrlr. distiueuiihed and known by the am rJ Bavards Weit farm, and is oarticular - )v desi;oated in a map thereof made by C. Ti uoerck, by number three hundred and forty five situate on the writ tide of Laorens - t be I ween Broome and Sprins - atree, and bounded easier - It in front br Lnuren - street, westerly in Uw rear hy lot number three bonded and list - foar, southerly on orwt tide tiy irt of tbe laid lot, num ber Wire bun (red and forty five, and northerly oi the other side by lot number three huodnd and nrtv - ix ; containing in front and rear twelre feet in width and in leneth on each lidr one hundred feet be the same more or lei. whi said lot of grmtnd was sold by the Corporation ot laid citv to Wm. L. SMm r.f,ir arrears of taxes. on the 17th dny. Jne ufti, forth term of IC years from th 13th May of said year, nd by the said Wns. L. Sireers conveyed to the caid joba crapser on the 7th March 181t : And whereas dclnitU has been made in the payment ot tbe ptiocidm and interest Hup . oa and Morlgase, aeoordini thecondilinn thereof nonce w nererj given that by virtue of a now er contaiaed ia the said mortgage, had in pur nnceoi ine siaiuie in - n hcsse mail. .a n., ded, the said mora - rd piroic will be sold at puoiic iucikhi or vraiiue on llie lilihday l Janu ry next, at twelve o'tUirk al a - vm, f the Ton tioeCi)BVe House lathe city of ew - Yorlc. Da tea, imeiuu6it,. JCITN CRAT3LR, PiTKft Dx TV uf, Atmfoey. Jy I Uw6m VlUM. 40 punebcous first ipmlityN. E. Ruoi - ., let ti'S tT Hi JAd. D'VYOLF. Jun. 4 ?ouUi - itrt. "VTOTICE k Lerely firea to S the creditor; vAt.r ai.k rierBBTv at Jamaica, l. i i.1 of J oat pB Sittare, aa inoleot debtor, that a ftiviai'M) or the caooie wbick hart cooae 14 band of the aaaiiyaeea, roa hi aatate, wiMhc two aaoof bucreditor eatMaMay, UwZIh day of September next, at 10 o'clock in tbe fore - Boon, at tbe tor of tbe turn be r, Daniel Lord, No. 77 Water - street. New York aad the tame will tbeaand Inert fee paid to too creditor, ac eording to tbe proviuooa of the act for giving re Ofincaaet of intolreacy, paued April litb, 18ii i Notice u&lo riven, that afeoeral Boeetirifof an uik vara creaiior win oe neia at uie pi ace a - furtwaid, oa FridaT. tbe 14th . day of Aurutt polo of eiamiaing and aicartaining the debt due id eaca creaiior, accoroma: io in nrovuion oi toaiaiaacu uawo new rorn, junelvth, ism Je 111 law&n may 27 j ArSnee.. IN CHANCfcKY. Sarab Maion, vt. Elbert Roosevelt and other. State of New York. II I N punuance of an crder of this honorable I court, made in the above cane. Atifire i here by civrn to all V,teredilonvfCorneliut C. Keoie veil, deroued, to eihrtiit and prove tbe " debt one to inem repctively," betore the whtcrl - bcr, a one of tbe master of thu court, at Li office. No. 3 Law Buildings, Naxau street. New York, on the 3d, 4(h,6th,7th, 8th,t)th and 10th dy of September next, at the hour of lOo'clock in the forenoon of tlioie day. Dated Augmt 4. I18. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Matter in Cbanceiy. aug 5 lawgw fc dt3l0 ... ' - . IN CHANCtKV. Slatt of Site York, u. IN pursuance of an order of thii honorable court, beuriug date the 7lb dny of June, 1RI8, bf mtd at public auction, at the Tontine Cu&a lluute. in the city nf New York, under uie oingcuon oi lueiubscribrr, a one ol the mat ter of thii court, on Uie Slstdayot July next, at 12 o'clock at noon, all thou levers) block, piece or parcel of c round, lituate. Ivina and beius in the towoihip of Brooklyn, in the county , ot ivingstana naie oi ew - xora., atorestiid, ana known and diitinguiabed on a amp made bv Jer emiab Lott, tbe 19th day of Mnrch, MMZ, by Ibe following boundaries, to svi:, northerly in Iront by Water - street, outherly in the rear I j Front - street, easterly on tbe one tide by Jack - on - treet, aod westerly on the other side by Gold - street, containing four (qunrei or block ol groann. Also all uiote certain water lots, lying immediately in front of tbe before rieicnbed block, bounded m follows to wit easterly by Jacksoa - ttreet, southerly by Water - street, and . l f - J .. . . ' . L . ..(. wriirnj uinu - iircci, cmiininifig in iinsaaii: jo waier - itreet tne distance between bold - and JackoQ - street, aod running ioto the East River a ar a the eranl of the corDnration of the citv or Hew - iorx exiendt, with me appurtenancei Dated Jane ,18 18. JA.iifcS A. IIA.tlJI I U.l, Master in Cbaocerr. Note. Tli above property will be old in lots aod parcel, according to a certain map to be made thereof, which will be exhibibited in the Coflee - hoBie one week before the day of tale. jeju lawzwoiw The tale of the above prrntrtv is poet none H to the Seventeenth dv of Aucust at the saint - hour and plaoe. July 21st, 181U. MjILS A. tlA.MIL. (J., J 21 dtdi Master in Chancery. TO SFOK'lc.Ylr.N. FOR SALE a full biooded POINTER DOG, be very rare!v flushes a bird, is verv itauocii. and beats remarkably well. Enquire of JAMtd t .CUAUVbK, aug 7 lw 164I'earl - treet. VAl.UAriUb KKAl. f.s I A I E fOK sALL, in the citv or xtw - vonx. .IVE lot of ground on the west sideofGn'en - ' wich - street, between Vestry and Deibroa - sei - itreeu, 25 by 80. t our do in the rear of the above, fronting oo the east side of Waibington - itreet, 25 by 80. l.isht do in the block below, between wasn - ngton and West - itreetr. in mnnteomerv lyOiintr. 6000 acre of Laud in Lawreuce'i purchase, near Eaat Canada Creek, oo the. north aide ot Ui Mobawg. In Franklin County. 15.162 acres of Laad. in the town of Mount trjorn Mil uayion. In Lssex County. 7832 acre of Land in the town of B anymore Io the County ol Lewis. 1250 acres of land in Caiterland. Chassanii Purchase. In Saratoga County. 2600 arret in Palmers purchase. Enquire at the oifice of the subscriber, 34 Ce dar - street. BEV. ROBINSON. mhl7tf ANCHeSTEK VELVETS, Assorted eo - Lv I lours and very superior qualitv, for tale low, by CEO 1. NEWBEUY, 132 Pearl street. ti. SAUNDER'S PATENT RAZOR &TKOP. You that with to (have with ease, Buy of Sawders it you please ; Hi Raxor Strop's, peculiar tuch, That sharp the Rasor with atouch. G SAUNDERS respectfully solicit tlinie . who have not got hi Patent Raxor Strop, to furnish themselves with his new invented Ra - tor Strop, aad Metallic Composition. No gnn tleman who once make trial of one of the Strops now offered, will ever try any othen; and such it Uieir formation, that ever so much use will not give the raxors that roundness which renders tbe hett of them useless, ana woicn i wen Known ai - wav to follow the application of ft II those hither to invented. The above strop are in general um i New York, and are distinguished from all ot).. Barber who have used them say more inL raise than I can oivselt. U. SAUNDERS, 10 Wall - street. Alsi. sale. Raton. Soap, and every uten il for Si.aviiie. of the firt Quality, with a ru nor asot tint lit of Perfumery, Hair - Powder, ice. irons Sinvth's. New liond stieet. London. N. B. The most liberal allowance made to denier. my 22 1. ALWHEKY. 1J2 Pearl - street, respect - U. fully inform! Uie public and tho - e ladiei and gentlemen who lately applied for DkTT - MEK'3 SUPER. PATENT PIANO I'ORTES, hs.t be has mst received a new supply per Ka dim, precisely the tame at the last, aud offers the in for I ale oa very accommodating terms. Al 1'iaao Forte of thit excellent master nave but lately been introduced into this country, for want of a correspond! nt, Ci. n. leeis u incumbent to add. that their tone (by those who are acquainted with them) are allowed to be full and expressive, and have hitherto given umveria satislartion. MafttePi rateot Metronome for tale. Alto. London selected collection arid ipeci mens of Mineralogy, tic J 21 i tiuArsrT" - SOAP II R. FRUMENTO ha received a ll tbe I h"x oi het perfumed Naples Shaving Soap, which ha warrant to be of tbe first quality, ai which he will tell any gentleman wishing tomak the trial of it, at No. 1 wall ureei. J 17 In ,. COIITSI1 XV. (apply of la die Beaver Hate, Iresh from the ma nuiactory, suits ble lurUie s - utU era market, and packed at tbe snortctt notice, it J. WILSON'S. 160 Broadwiy f t FOR ... iuj That very exeelteat farm, (tbe late re4 - dw oi"Ge. Cedwiae, Jr. deecawd) ifraate at jasnatca, I L . on ill Hoekawsf 1 nrpra, vlliiU ball a mile of the village ; osotaininf aboat 6li acres of good bad, ia lecllept ieae and ditiori. Tao miosion boino is wen built a d very large and mnodiou. oqsmubi of a twostory main building, wUh two wines, making together a front of BarJy 150 feet. TM tot bouses are very aoavenient aad in excellent svpair the barn particularly, is nearly new, and aippoaed to be the largest and best arranged one oa the island. Un tbe premises are, also, a good orchard and tare garden, well stocked whb a variety of fruits. ALrO.a food piece of ask meadow, within 3 milei ol the fa m, containing about 7 acres, and $ purees - f excellent woodland, eontai ioe, the one aooui j aud tne outer ai - eul hi ars. AL?0, another farm on the main Jamaica turnpike road, about half a mile southerly from the Episcopal church in tbe said village, con - taming aooui jo acres. ALsO, 26 valuable building lota, at the cor ner of Jamaica and Rockaway turnpike, opposite the residence of the linn. RufusKing. The aoove parcel oi property will be told leparatel or together, a may be agreed ntoi, and can be viowed at all reasonalile noun. The stock aod farming utensil may be had with thafarm, at a fair - valuation. ' The title if indisputable. Apply to D. CUUWI5K, 13 Nassau at Or to the subscriber on the premise, au 7 tf MAHY COUWHE II UM 11 hud, now rum, landing Iron) sloop JL M Blur I e K - SIn, lorsHie VJ aog7 . fl. Ml. l. IU1 kC. K. W. DAVENPORT 41 CO. SPEAR'S CALCINED MAGPikglA. 1 Rtmtt'y for a Sour .stumach. Heart - burn, and CALCINED MAGNESIA has been some lime iu use both in Europe and America : hut laiwriy it nat been more frequently used than formerly. It w a first brought into nein Uerma np, and was highly extolled by M'tfmaa, on whose authority it was introd'iccd, but very confinediy, till the knowledge ot it, and it excellence, was more extensively diffused by the author of a medical pamphlet, entitled an " Essay upon the Nursing aud Management ol Children," if. This ai'thnr has bestowed much time and attention io the investigation of the virtue of the calcined magcrtia, and in most inrtanre ha great judgement and knowledge of the subject on winch he treated, und thereby has brought this medicine into high repute. We cannot, - therefore, more properly explain it reputed vir tue, than by quoting the passage in which he re - ccmuiends iti use. lie rays that "the first and general cause of most diseases to which infants are liable, i the acidity which tlieir food occa sion in their stoma. Ls. This acidity becomes very obvious from tbe eripwiz and purging occo - tioued thereby, it may not be improper to men tion an easy and generally a certain remedy, or rather preventive, if timely administered, which ii the inngneria alba, calcined. This medicine effectually cure all acidities, prove a mild and leiiieni purgative, and Keep the body gently ripe ii, without leaving behind it that oottive (tabs which lavs the foundation for mnnv rlanrrrnnt and troubleiome diseaws." Tbe author ol the above mentioned essay fur ther obie - rves, tlmt " botwithstaoding the peculiar excellence of thi preparation in removing indigestion, yet Hill it labor aodrr a disadvan - tage dilSdJt to be obviated, a ao chemist ha a yet pursued a method calculated to divest it com pletely ol Us nudities, and give It thnttJre, - eiDi - nence which it merill (when properly prepared) wouni jusuy ueuiKiiu ir u i a wen eiianiunro fact, that iiwiiirettion is the primary cause of ma ny nl the most alarming and dangerous disease incident io the tinman svatem ; consequently the magnesia alba, when properly calcined, would be tbe most rcxai'wus leiardy hitherto known." Sucressiut f triint nls have fully demonstrated, that the magnrsia here recommended ha arrived to the perlectiKi at which the above author bints. hold only (by appointment) by JOHN C MOHRISUN, DroceiH. H!8 reeuwich street. and HULL A. UOWNE, Druggists, 146 Pearl - stieet, New York. J 31 lm liOTS TO LEASE AT THE NORTH RIVER. tJirUATE between Barclay and Murray O streets, Chaniber and Reed - st reels, Jay aud Harrison - streets, ami .North Moore aad Keit h - itreets, at a price very conrideralily let than in terest on their value, and at the expiration of the term the building to be fairly valued aud paid for, or a new lease granted. Also, to let by the year at alow rate,'rvaral lot or yards on the water, well calculated for dumber, plaster of pari, ic. Apply to PH. RH1.NELANDER, 31 Park, near the Theatre. Scvee - 31 of the above lot) will he r old at a mo - crate price and on a liberal rrnlit. A iniall portion of the money only will be required. June ii ti NEW - YORK SPERMACETI OIL & CAN DLE factory - No. 52 broad - way an object. SAMUEL JUDD, ha for ale, wholesale ami retail, winter pressed and summer strained isprnnactli Ic Unue Otf, at the above lactory, or at llmnid stand, 138 riy Market. Also, SPERMACETI, WAX. V TALLOW MOULD CANDLES. Together with a general a - sortnient of Lamps. Lamp - t'llahses, Lamp Wick ; aud fur the accommodation of rustoinrrs, Tiu Cani - ters, from 1 to 15 gallon ; Kegs, iromoto is sationi; Jiurs, from 1 to 3 do : with a variety nf other articles, all of which are warranted of the firt Quality, and a cheap a can lie purchased in New - York. The above article sent to any part of the city tre ot ex pence, wnerc uie purcnaser manes n J 31 T & I. COX. No. tf Courtlaudt - street, near Krdwav, im porters of the Lf'Ac - POOL PATE.T I..4MP$t have th pleasure to inform the public and their frieud that they have just re - (eiktdan ex'cnsive a - tortment of the above Lamps, of the mo - t re cent improvements. LvcetLiu A assortment of Hand Lamps, for chimney pieces, sideboards, tablBSyllr. dr. cf new and elegant pattern, which, for or nament and utility, are oontailed - - witri a - reat variety of other Lamps, uch a nave n ever been introduced before : all ol Wbicn are warranted perfect, aod if otherwise, may be re turned. Have aJo received a great assortment of Lamp Glasses and Lamp Wick, suitable for all kind cf lamps. N. B. All orders in their line executed wun faithfulness and punctuality. A libeol deduc tion to wholesale dealers. . ai; 5 tf 1 FOR HALE. iaJ A farm on the Hudson, aboat a mile from Newhortfh, containing Ii3 acres, 33 ol which are Woodland, tbe rest is divided by good fence into a due proportion of meadow, arable and m.ture Und. Tbe building are pertly new ; the home convenient for a (mall family : it situ atioa i equalled in beauty by few oa the river ; ih aUantftTHi. from the vicinity of A flouri'tt - ing village, of public worship, soiiety aad good mark t, with the farility or commtiatratmn with New York. render it a desirable rendence for a gentleman. 41 K) dollar ofike purchase wnrm mil remain oa mortsaee ; lb paytntat of the rest will be made easy to the purchaser. J 2j"u ,,emWe' I. VEftTLAKCK. POST COACH awo STEAM - BOAT LINE,! FOR FHlLADKLtHlA. If tvAt OV ELlZAIKTHTOWy rt)tIT. '", (Through in Cue Day.) Tna vrf' A NEW Line of PostCoache with ever? con - t. vruieoce for passengers and bnggage, on opnng, atarts from the Coach .&, No. I Courtland - atreet, near Broadway, New - York, every oinrning, (Sundayi excepted) at 5 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta, via Elizahr.tbtown, Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton nod Bristol, aud arrive at Philadelphia tbe lame aiiernoon, a 4 o'clock. A second Line of new Post CoaHie will itart from New - York every morning, (Smidav ex - cented.l at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalan ta, lodge at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelphia, in a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare S dolinn. - P. S. Passenger are requested iocbii and tuk - e tnei; seati at tne ornce o t'ourtliuiLf - st. X. Y. UmUd State Mail Coach, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Warhiitgton City, with evety convenience for passengers nnd baggage, ou sprinj. The V. S. mail coach will tartfreni Uie coach otbre. No. 1 Courtlandt - aL New - York, , . ' . , , .... . . ii :i every nay at z o'ciortt, r. ano arrive bi i iui adelphia next morrriog at 6 o'clock. Duly 6 pa senuers admitted. tor seHtsinthe a hove named Lioei. apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at tbe old etaulihed Coach, aod Steam Boat office, No. 1 Court - Inmtt - ttiect, Peat tbe corner oi Broadway, oe - rnrit inisii. - I i.i ii 11 1 nil li el us.!. r". Broadway, corner of Cedar - trtt, mmd at No, wiuk.n..i...L iVcfv - York. ' (Ht - AIIcoo d' bfBag at the risk of the owner. itrnfciiM cvrro ai ev. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Con toient.hy THOMAS WHITFIELD. je d SWIFT - SURE MAIL COACHES, FOR ritlLAHKI.FHIA. ay to dinner. Via flfJ" Leave IVew - York - 1 ereiy mnruine (Supdav'sex repied) at Bo'clock, and ar rive in I'hiladeipiiia next The pubNi k house a are good, and reasonable in their charges. The drivers, horsei ami com lies are not inferior to any othen now running lie - tween these two cities, l be bcautiiul countiy, sod Uie excellence of Uie roads oo thi rout, connected w ith Uie aafety, comfort, and reasouable exfience. are beleived lobe (trong inducements to travellers in giving thi line a decided prefer eoce. The strictest attention will rxt otiterved by the proprietors in giving general satisfaction. All bagzage and puck ages will eo at the nix oi Uie owner mle insured and receipted for by the clerk of said office. Stage fare only 25, with a eeuerous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at Uieir leisure, may eng&ge the Coach on reasonable termi exclusively to themselves, by applyiogonr day previous to starting. For seats apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlandt - atrett, New - York. LKOiN, COINS, t Cfl. ap t Proprietor!. UNION LINE. FOR PHILADELPHIA. Twenty - five mile land carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new post conches f 5 I o good stages 4 50 Do inrocaslle or deck passengen, 3 50 Connected by ti e iteani boats olive brastcr and FHl.anKl.rHiA. Tbe (tram - boat Olive Branch will kave New York every day, run - day ' exrrpted, from the north side of the Battery, at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. Passenger will lodge at Trenton, and take the ileum bout I'hiladei - iihia. o as to arrive in Philadelphia at lUo'clock the next morning, in time to take the Union Line Baltimore steam boat. Thi line has a connection with the best boats on the Delaware and Chesapeake to Norfolk I a also Uhhc of the .North River and Sound ; and their several arrival are calculated to cause bt - Ue, if any delay. This is a speedy ana certainty ine mni convergent route, as the passengers will leave Newr York after the banB - snpcn, ami arrive io rr.ur - detphia before tbe hours of bu - iiicss, without fatigue in travelling or want ol leep, the land car - naue being much lest thas by aoy other route between Uie two cities. Kir seat iu the above line apply to WILLIAM B. JAQUES. At the Union Line Steam Boat Office, in Mar - ketficld street, north side of the battery, between Greenwich and Washington itreets, or to The CAPTAIN on hoard. (X7 All goodi and baggage at the riak of the owner. ap 4 OB. NO I ICE. For Uie further accommo dation of Uie public, the de parture of the r iretjy from V V 1 fk. V. .. k i iUI l .i i r aim icfvuuiiu will lie in luture on the following day : Leave New York on ftionoay, Wednesday and Saturday, at 9 A.M. Leave New burgh on Tee ar. t ndav and cunnay at o a. hi '1 lie above arrangement will commence by the Firefly leaving Newburgh on Sunday, the 24th .May. The Western Singe leaves Newburgh imme diately after the arrival of the Firefly. , my S EAITOBJ AID BETHI.EHF.M HKW LlflE, VIA NKW - BRUNbWIlK. fj7 Passengen will leave ew - ioiit every niononv land Friday, at 11 o'clock. A. 1I. In the steam boat Olne Branch i lodge at New Brunswick ; leave there early next morning, and arrive at Easton at 4 o'clock in the aiiernoon. Returning, leave Easton every Monday aud Friday, at 5 o'clock, a. ii , lodge at incw tirunswicK ; arrive at .New York at It) o'clock next morning, in the steamboat Olive Branch. The tAge connected with tki line i a good four - horse stage. Passage from N. Brooiwick to Easton, $3 50 ; from Easton to Bethlehem, 75 cents. For seats in theahnve line,npply to WM. B. JAQULS, at Ine Philadelphia Union Line Steam - Boot Oifice, north side of the battery. ROBERT LETSON, Proprietor. Je 13tf fOH. PHlUMiHt.PUlA, ELIZA IS ETU - TVn .X PQLVT. I'Osi - COACH l.lNt, Tfirouek in a dny and by dau - lighl. LEAVES New - York in the stesm - boat Atalanta, from the toot cf Whitehall - street, near the Battery, at 5 o'clock, A. M. Enquire at No. 1 Courtlandt - ttreel and No. 53 W hite - hall - street, at which place seat may be taken. Je20 tf . AMBOY ON SUNDAY. Th - Steam Boat OLIVE BRANCH will tail for Am - boy oo Sunday next, and ry succeeding !iunday,ai II o'clock precisely, she will leave it at 41. M. to arrive at 7 o'clock. Passengers may either dir.e on board or at any of the taverns. Passage 50 cents going, tire sudjc Price for returning; dumer on board 75 rents. P. S. la making Um trip she will sail ronr.d Staten Island. J2ttf BOARDING SCHOOL. THE MISS BENNETT'S bav - opened a boarding srhioi for young ladies, oa tl;t smith tide of fowies Hook, in a situation very healthy, aod al' hough couveniect to Uie city, ouito retired. The msisJ Enc'isb branches aud Needlework, French, Music, Dancing and Uraw - mc, are laaeht, try ibetaaeives or by approved matter, tor term Keu atituf to Air. U. I GREENE, 24 V)l - trt.t, or at the Kbool. A TU SOU.YO STKJM UOAT UA E. , - - jyj . ,M proprietor, wi'ii a ViCW Ul BCCIBIIIIOUailUg U1C public, by extending the line to Norwich, intend making the experiment nb the Fulton, Cnjit. Law, awf Ibis route (if found practicable) will be coDtinued during the eaon. - - The line will in fntuie be from New - Yotk to Norwich, a follow t 'llie Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - lor k every Manias, H'tdneiday and Frtd'iy, at B - o'clock, in the morning, lor New - Havea. The Fulton, Lapt Law. will leave JVurvUh at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same day, touch at Stnp - lMm!u and depart iroin tbem e lor Aer it arm at o o'clock. The boat will meet at JVttf Haxen, and depart from Uienee every Monday. H tdnrt - day aud Friday, at 7 o'clock in the evening the Connecticut tor A'mt - 1 o;fc, and tbe Fulton tor A tv - Luna on and A ottrtcA. nihil NawnuiibH and itssiiibiiatiL - 'lsiil' Tnn.EE tutk a wrrx. .r...l "Os'nias EAVES Newburgh ere - ry Sunday, 1'neiday, and 'J hursday mornincs, at ? three o'clock, run through Nicntgwuitry, Oloominghui - gh, Motiticello, by White Lake. CosheCton. Mount Pleasant. Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, Ithica, and Geneva, toCaoaiidnivia. Returning leaves Canantlaipti every Mon day, v euneday and Fi - Jay morning at three o ciock, and arrives at IN ewbnrgb, trie third day in time to take the Steam - boats which arrive in New - York the following - rooming'. (Jj may br - tzpvttd thai at all Itmet when the itcara - buati alter their day vf running, tiat Uiu hne trill alter so at to meet them. Tli whole route will be perfumed in Hirer days, from the first of May,, until the first of November and from the first of November until the fifteenth of December, ami from Uie fifteenth ofVtrcli 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 Canandaigua in (bur days. Passengers travelling from Nrw - York to Canandaigua, Niagara or Buffalo, can leave N York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigtia in three ilays a distance of three hundred milt s. The line is well furnished v illi good, new carriages s good horses, and careful and experienced clr.vers Every attention will be paid to render the passage of the traveller safe, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that Uie accommodations on this line are equal to any line in the state. flj - FAME from Newburgh to Canaiulaigua FOURTEEN DOU.AKS. N. U. A bunch bf the same line runs three times a week from hlucato Auburn. AUu, a line runs from Owego Tioffa Point, thence through New town and Painted Post, to Bath, KC. V BAGGAGE, a usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Bloomingl.urgh,) E. C. St. John, Mount Pleasant. I L. & R. Manning, Chenango, iTroprib L.utner vere, iiiuca, i tori. Samuel ureenhtj, Leceva, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, mh 14 d6m THK STK.iM - hO.iT .1 7WJ.WAW, FOR EL1ZABETII1 OWN POINT, dtSl TT EAVES N York each fc rt..iy " Jy Sundays except - r ,roin hde - lull sinet urar tbe Battery, at 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. M. aad 3 o'clock P M. ; leaves Fl.ra - hethtown Point at 8 oV'ick A. M. and half isl 12 o'clock aud half past 4 o'clock P. M. Je 'M tf SMHTtl till t.H nrnAM -, ln OOr On the 1 1 th of M ay, ' I commenced running four mi n i A.T m ir times a week. A Boat leave New - Ynik on Tues day, at vu'i luck, A. M ; Wednesday, at5 P. M; Friday, At 9 A. M. end Saturday, at 6 P. M. ol each week ; and a boat leaNvts Albany on Monday, Wednesday, Tbarsday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M Tbe Fire - Fly leave New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M. for Newburgh, aod return on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 A.M. Je 86 HOOPING COUGH. OCTOR fcCOTT'3 Ttctoral Mixture, which is a safe and effectual remedy lor the whooping cough. It it only ten ) ears since it was offered to the public, nnd some thousands of children, both in England and Scotland, hue been cured hy it, after every other medicine hr.d len used without effect. It is beld in the highest estimation for its excellent and talubrious virtue. It promotes gentle perspiration, re. move viscid phlegm by an easy and safe expectoration, nnd is highly salutary to the lungs ; it strengthens and detenus the stouiacb, gives greater liberty of breathing, and produces the must safe, salutary and happy effects, by preventing those distressing end convulsive couths, Io which thousand of individuals, in consequence of neglect, prematurely fall a sacrifice. It is not by exciting a temporary stimulus of relief in those violent paroxysms that it qualities are manifested, but by effectually remov - ing those distressing symptoms, by giving vegour to the weakened frame, ami renovated health to the afflicted imliv idiial. Sold wholesale and retail, by It. Robertson, Apothecary, No. 82 Broadway, and J. C, Mori son, Druggest, No. 18JI Greenwich - street, N. Yoik. Druggeats throughout the United Mates, may be supplied with the Pectoral Mixture, at either of the above places, at the lowest wholesale price, J.y 7 2m 1 (11 ff" .im Vi tN V1 MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE CITY OE irW - 0RK. (2he oldest liulitutumfoT Insurant against re an iftu CUV,) rJSURE ngniust Lo or Damage by Fire, Dwelling Houses, Ware House, Building iu general, Marrhandite, Ship in port and their cargoes, nouseiroici ruirj ure, ana every ue - scnptionol personal property, on terra a favorable a similar institutions in this city. This Company i incorporated solely for Uie purpose ol insuring against losses by fire, and has circumscribed itt opeiatiom chiefly within this City ano iminruiaie proximity. J In addition to the Capital Stock. SjOO.IXW, which it secured by bond and mortgage on real estate and public stocks, this Company possesses a handsome surplus iuna, uivesiea in uxe manner : parties assured may therefore repose the ful lest confidence in the solidity of its capital, and that any losns or damage will be fettled with irr ointitude and liberality. The difierent rate of premium and conditions of Insurance are uniform with those of tbe other I - ire Insurance OrTicei in thiicity 'l lie public are referred for particulars to the printed propoiati in circulation, and wnicn may ie nao oc application ai no. oz van tireei GABRIEL FURMAN, President, JOHN PINTARD, Secretary. may 28 OHN Hr. I IT still resides al No. 24 IV a - tentreet, where be ha a very handsome and fashionable assortment of Cabinet Furniture on hand, which lie will warrant to be of the first quality. He solicits In - ,ev York and southern liwuditogive bun a call, at be tUtter himself they .. - ill uot he disappointed. Onteri executed at the aliot tost optica. Js 22 it A dlMtraltg bri kifbv, ktw u distirt, ai.h v. - - lW.l1iatlu...1 - "nlBlWh - Mm and iurirerB li a - '?I. P" i t r - r ii lus to 4i t wmciteriaioM of MERCURY ! rain. indisr.riruin.. j . . MlTC til infimlso, A.' i . ands uie. annoa suercurialixcd out of ?T tal result chieny fa this ource. " VVfal a JLf!" hnt a young waa. the hanrm nt . the dathng of bii parents, hould be iiiateted a way fiom a'l the proipects and enjoytueiiUof t.r by thecousequencciofone unguarded momeai! and by a ditcase aot in iu own nature fauTIni which only nrovti so from neglect or improT treatuient." A geutlemai), (late Dr. ti's SI tient) oow perfectly hearty and well, bad bi under physK iau. of genertl practice,' lix y" and reatedly nui.vatd ; wben recoimendBd U Dr. U. (by a gentleman of Uiii city) Li, bo, .! were carious, and bit Utah dropping from ti. fait frieud declared he cculd not jhliS' two mwith. lm g - r. Thousand. exrriWutall, know wrth what ease and a,cry Jjr. H. erw . .w.aij uiguaiu tue puiinc ngauui Uje aDUI, oiercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth Persons, therefore, having contracted a vate disorder, or luspecuBg latent poisob, admonished not to tamper with their coaltit tion, or conceal the disorder, till past fju,v. rv nfheishavi niF th r.m.i.. r AK , . " ' - . - j, vi au oiq ra, or oUier impuritje of the blood, aiwelluou I - - - - "c iauilr 0 f,l)!t ex. ihnuld remember potterity, and do initira to their rorariennx. hv ii,ii;. . 11 to br: h: .rhiroTd liihmerjt. No. 64 ftCl. L - ..7. y - - a - mai uvaj sjbssj Wffk of Old - liiH to obtain that rirompt oisiatanceT lone calculated to prevent discloiure. Andbers ic an ,j uiui jrvur aeituiu auemion He memiM siness u radically done, you will certainly baTs he disorder break out again with redouhiHm igmty at kuw future period ; perban th,., "a. 1 too late for remedy. Don't you ofWet k the streets n.iscrah!. ni,i, !.,.! ""r" m even a hit . fno on hallV ".SS I beseech you. warning, Dr. IPa. rhnrnrtir Tap 1:TI ..j 1 i auu smooorn int grity being universally known in thi, cjty. ,int. ........... w r.uoiu uiai ueucacy aad t - riery liitberto unknown, and having confined bis i"""1" ""j"" i', exclusively to the cure at disease! 01 the blood sytUro, they may safely cal. . ulhtt on the uioit rWi I.H i." 1. is - u.ouiaKca ISCBB. SUllll'g Dr. H. Gleets eradiccted intwc or three week a. - trtVf nrva r mnvMi tawilhnait tvys..(.C . er luttruiupnt ; and all debilitiea; iikevtiae all 0I1J ul eratioiis. fistula'. Vr A plur4lit ofotticti are prorided, and iotiti ittsl that flail isPllla ar aasll a - linsn.l 4 - , - a. .al . a w. ... - a,v a . S'OUU it'COtU UllMT I nhierFfttiofl. Open till half part 9 in tt.e eveQine. S 11 ...... . ......... .. .1 .A ; . . . ... 1 f nu j,i;i .vu 1,'ui.u utu air inviieil IO De iree IB Blliiig, and nieaking with Dr. H. which ia ir.. olcuat. And here the Ioctor cannot avoid Us .anreision Al bijkliliiif Cnp ... T - - r - .nu.unimiic ICI UK. meudatiou, and for I he decided preference fit is prenmuru ami jun cause; long given bUB by judicious public. ft. o. All letters muit be poitpaitl. 'Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 1 HUAChthk A' OA 1 MP Oil I - "7T CtT m rw. XJ Warn m y "i hd atrsi ts.i.1 aa - ri ilUft. DiR. EVANS' superi.i method of curing a ci tain Diseaip, iinowunivt'a lallv acknowledged in th. a city ; hit mode oi trentmtit is ereciiy mild, sale, tJ ipeeiifJous, aud hit chare - 1 entmable. Jo every u - ttaoce he warranti a cum, and will retarnuepayifi noes not perform agreean to contract. - - an air n ic vri.ivj aivraja uiiacrveaj. t IICIC IIV IlimiJ I'tiavii. iu i.i. T.IIJ UVU VI rinity, laboring under varioui chronic diseases, such a cancers, old inveterate ulcer, acrofui or kings evil, fistulas, diteace of the arethra, bladder and kidnies old complicated coapJaiot of a certain naiure, oiisou oimb outer OMtruc tiont, rlieumatiUB, vc wtu b tbey consider rK rahle, they caa certainly be cured (in general) by applying at Dr. EVAAiS'S Medical Store. IV. 9. I eck - slip, having practised in exttWr hmnilnli in fumiu 12 Veara. kinder anma rf - .k. anil quiiii" . .., .hups viiu, aiHB mad thote obitinate disease a bi constant itu4f 'orSflvars. OctU A FRUMENTO, No. 1 Wall street, sssntle - . men's dressing room, ha for sale a fe w Ra xors or Damask Steel, made by Uie celebrated Marguin, of Paris. f le,ba also received an a soitmtnt of the best English Raior, which bt warrauts good. It proved to U.e contrary, no - ney reiunded. Also, cuts and dresei hair in tne latest sty and in a manner to a to adapt it to tbe Mr. ruu.HK to return ma sincere tnaoxi to his customers, and the public in central, for their very liberal patronage, and solicits a continuance of their lavourt. He hat likewise procured a verv fine hone, ana engage i to rettore raxors to a very keen edge, and should they nut cut well be will receive - no recompence. Gentlemen who subscribe by the Quarter, will have Uieir apparatus kept exclusively for them - clves. . Je30 TjOR Ihe above troubluaie wii ofleu lacai JT complainL Hamilton' Elixir iofferedrntn a confidence inspired by tweoty year Bcesiiui exptiiment. A imge trial will tuoae thtittU - indget aod evacuates tbe tough viscid pMegs mucua, strengUiens Uie weakened vetsetten"" lungs, sheathe the acrimoiiiou bumour wcn irntatei them, and finally dischargee it. io" striking at the root of Uie disurder, the W torn are ofcouise effectually aad permaoeauy conquered ; the reverse of cotstnoB UML'l! which weaken the conslitution, aaa bit. to the disorder, for the sake of orauoglofu pri enl some of it painful effect. v. I o r A rtciN i o, wno nave cnnuien with Ibw dread ul malady, thi is a discovery ot the fint magnitude, a it afford immediate net, crtccMs the progress, and in a sown ,.171. tirely remove the mott cruel disorder to w":" children are liable. The elixir is o peri cuj greeahle, and the dost so small, that bo diOc"J antes m taking it. ,. . Be particular to ask for Uamiit(' Elixir, un itntions of which aru offered to the Pb"erfH none are genume without the ngoature oi Lee. .a For sale at LEE'S medical warehouse, N0j Allien Lane, and by every respectable JJnHr gist in New York. ; iili - FOIt SALE, ' A YOUNG black - woman. For term, awt apply to Irs. H. ANDERSON, 1 oo 2W No. 10 SUte - treei. NEWYORK : - PRINTED ASU PVBLlSUtXD , MICHAEL BUlUfllAM k CO No. 4V Willi M - iTBi.r orrosiTE T . hAsi CoFrEK - Hoef

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