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s ? v - LANJJ3 FOR SALE AT PI' bUO' AUCT ION tXMVitoUmloi tr acts of Lwufi situated in the L District of Mains and Cotnosonwealih.nl Massachusetts, will resold for Cash at Pnblic : 1 . I .... i j r . semper next, at u O'ciock at noon, al Uie iua ' tme CoiLe - House to, th city of New - York, vis A lr act of Land beioe Dart of a crrta m town hip number three sailed' Ne wry, lying that .groat tract eauea letter A. la tne cauo'y of us fid fformtrir Yorki containing twelve tliou .. sand acres over nd above Stale reservations sol exccpUt of certain lot.. Sundry tracts ia township number jour, oo , , scjkkxul or St. Croix mver, to wii , Due tract denominated the C tract oo the plat, . v containing eveo hundred and eighteen acre. - One other tract in the township denominated B.om the plat, - eoatainiug two thousand two ttOidreJ aod ighty.lwo acres, exclusive or - - ' tri hundred acre within the limit thereof, fcn - longing to David Boyden. ' Una other tract in f aid township deiioorfnated A, containing font thousand acres, exclusive of ... oe lot lying wiUiUl we nuiiw iuercui,vu..iaiuuis ninety eight acres, aold to Aaroo l'hetp. , Six lot of Land ia (aid township, Mtuafeit in the tecoad ranee of lota in the northern half of axiif tnaraahin. to wit: a umber! t7. S3. 29, 30, 31, aod 32, centaioingia the same live hundred ni.rlip'htvnvil mrre. , Alio, eigul lot of load, ia the third range of . Jolt to in uK A annua miiwim ivwhhui w wit i Hinhcii 33. 34. 35. SC. 37. 39, 46, and 7, containing ia the same seven hundred and ,v; ft - fiaacnM 4 One other tract lying partly in Trealoo aod f Mtiy oaaaioereign(n inecounijvi nutv&, - inlaid townships, containing exciuiiveoi set - JJers, seven thoutnod acres (excepting and re - irving loU which have been surveyed and ', uii it to settlers, &oand reserving every tuck ' lata may have been in any manner conveyed tosettlersiand reserving likewise the miJIt, house and other imprcvemsats which, appertain to or are erected thereon, including in the said re - IcriftUiW IU6 D1Q HUUttlumj linn VI a mi, Ihiii, ' ' - wiih the land belonging to the tame.) Together with a double aw - mili, a gritt - mill, two dwel - - Kng house and a store, all erected on lots number seventeen and Dumber one, in Trenton a - foresaid. The above real estate was conveyed to the subscriber, a assistant oegiiter of the court ol cbaorery of the state of New - York, in trust, by Oliver Kane aod Ephraim Boweu, Junior, l.xecufort of the last will and ttstimeut ol John lane Clark, deceased by deed, tearing t!ate the 1st day of February, 1310. Deedtwdl . he executed to the purchasers by the subscriber as such Trustee, in pursuance of a decree of the Court of Chancery. I For further particulars as to boundaries, title, ic. apply U the subscriber, at his office, No. 4 Nassau - street where the same may be examined, and also will be made known at the time of . - , sale. - Terms of al, twenty per rent cash at '.the time of sale, and the residue of the money on the delivery of the deeds. ISAAC L. KIP. " If 1 ' tdi 2aw4w&3taw a J3t - utuniit b run rum, ' riortnwest corner ol unesnut and seveoth - " streets, Pb.l .delphia. fj 1HE public are rwpectfully iulormed, that at .1 - the a'love address, Ware - Rooms have been ' opened witban extensive assortment of Carpet, Paper - Li angingt, Curtain Furniture, Lamps, Lustres, Looking - tilass Plates, and Fancy Fur nlture of every description i and that the execu tioo of all orikrt in the (titrertnt branches of Upholstery. - Paper - Hanging, and Cabinet - Making, Witt be under ttxt immediate direction of G. find - port, whore proietsional pursuit for many years I . v i n .V hAn thm lnnArinl.n.linv nl iLd iMl.rlnr Aa - coratijos of house, and from hi poesine also aa extensive collection of designs lor lurnitureof every kind, wan drawings showing theenliro decorations of rooms, and his constant iutetcoum with the best sources of taste in turope. will, he bopcs,enahlc him to meet the wishes of those who may be pleased to favour him witn their commands ; and be begs to r.ssure ihrm tlmt his coustant endeavour will be to coruli;i Tuste, Novity and Utility, with Lconoiuy to e,iahle rum toenect lint, oe lspr - jviaon with various Ornaments in Bronte, Metal, Composition, &c. selected when lie was last in Europe, for the dt coration of Cabinet F urniture, Cornices for Curtains, Looking Class Fiauie, and other decora - Cve Fumituio. ' The above advantage, combined with being the Importer of the various articletued, tone cute hitordcr, will enable him to offer tlie public, g'Wds of su prior quality and fashion, on the jfiott moderate terms. Sou the re and Western Merchants purchasing Faacy Coods, may find it to their advantage to visit this establishment, either to complete their selection, or should they wi.'b to have imported various fancy article, not in the usual routine ol business; to turh orders, every attention will be paid, and from G.li's arrangements in Europe,he will be enabled to meet them promptly. Gentlemen resiJiiic in any part of the United Slates, by forwarding the dimensions of their room, window or recesses, to receive appro priate furniture, can be furnished with Carpets aad Paper - Uanzines, Cnrtnins and Cornices, made up complete lor windows and iedi, pier - thbleJ, bookcases and side - boards, &.C. to suit recesses, with a variety of other furniture, as Chairs, Sofas Chiifbners, Ladies W ork Tablet, I embroke ami Uining do. Secretaries, lie. He with all possible expedition. oooooJooooo ' The following articles are part ol G. Rridport's . . late importations, and are for sale at the ware - room as above : UPHOLSTERY FURNITURE CARPETIXO. - French Tapestry ol various deign and dimen - sonf English, Bmttelt, Stipe rise and second Ingrain Venetian passage and stair Scotch Squares lor chambers Hearth and Door Rugs Extra quality Blankets Green and blue Table Cover. CCBTAja rCKOITORI French embroidered Silks Mrino Damask Flam and watered Moreen Merino Cloth, Syarrjs wide - Rich London Chiutx, Leuoes, for medium cur - taint - Eilic Fringe and Bindings Ornamental bell Pulls . Gill Cornice Endt and Curtain Pint rAFKft Baaciacs. . GraoDet of Figures and Ornaments, in various . colour aod on diHerent grounds, for decorating psxnelt, sVc. ' An extensive assortment of sattio ft plain Papers Do . do do of Borden, Sic. Ac. LOOK 10 CLASS FLATFS. For Fieri and Mantles, to be got up in frames to . suit tne purrnaser FAKCT FPRHITCRBi Drawing and Oiaiog Room Lustres and Grecian - ' i.amps - Mantle and passage do Candelahri and Bracket for Lamps, Sic. Ladies' Work - Tahiti, and Pier do bJect articles of rich Cut Glbts Dinner, Desert and Tea Porcelain Bt Plated Ware, A(h tiiver edge Antiose Busts and Co. Vuu - a. in i.llrr Frenct Porcelain Vases, for Chimntj ornaments And a variety of sma'ler articles. CO" G. BRtUl O'itr naving been (appointed i ure iiiiiiora itiaroie (company, will re - kfv Vi?1jl,Psit,le - ""mber of CHIM Ti.Vlr now executine in their erem W'K, inta titlfltt lnnu.l,.j i... : !. - 'Pi.:. snarMe eHu, w be.My ,nQ dur;bj!itv , Antique, os of tbe marble of ths hihd tmd most ia esteem ln F.urooe . - P - - .s;i i,w IlllUtCII. 1 lll the rrd h,t nri. - . - 0 - r .;.r.fniJ 10 the earliest rofChimt.ey Pie TT.V, 7. HI rant, ir.im .,,.n Inrm.h iiV - i - M,10, of tte" wi" "eco - ated withariaolu or ajtlt ornament.. 0u,, ' dimea.ionsorthese various J ten at tus ware - roon,, in Ches Suit street. J J iy2m li LET, A part ot a house ar,u a front omrt in Gt f to zor now their give best to use in il rior ac( relu the set ry The will an I I ter 4 of to e r - strseL' within a f m.t. rr....ti:. Caak. ImiuiraatNa.nCaUar - seet. JjI9 If ." - 7": - ' - . fit V K CIIANCERTV tv'' - ! r.i . ! . . Sla(t cflftM Fsri, s. . - IS pflnmnca of r order of this honorable cohH, tearing dat th t7th dayof June 1818, will ba sold at, public auction, at ib TotAiok C.,rH.e Hrmir.tn ihecitv of New Tork, under the direction bl the subscriber, as one of the masters of thiscourt, oa the tlst Joy ' July neat, at II o'clock at aooo, sH thosa several blocks, pieces or paresis ofgroued, sitsate, yin and being 'io the towosbip or urooniyu, in u tuuij Kings, and stats ol iewiora, trormiu, uu anonandditingiiiihe4ooamnpmade by Jeremiah Loll, the Ilth day of March, 180, by tns fcHlocing boondaries, to wit. oortberiy is frost by Water - stroet, southerly o the rear oj Fmnt - strMt. eastetlv oa the one side by Jack son - street, and westerly ea the ether side by Gold - street, containing four square or btocts oi mund. - Alto all those certain water lots, rytni . - j immeuiaieiT u ironi m im uviuro 'i - "u hlockt. bounded ut follows to wit easterly by Jacksun - ttreet, southerly by Vatr - reet, ond wfilerlr bv Gold - ttrret. containina in breadth on Water - street the distance retwea Gold - and J ark ton - street, and running into the hast Kiver as far as the arant of the corporation ot toe cnj of New - York extends, with tlie appurterunce. Uuted JancX,iaiU. ' .. y ' JAMtS A. HAMIIWUiv, Master in Chancery. Jlole. The above property will be sold in Ms and parcels, according to a certain map to bt made thereof, which will be exhibibitcd in the Coffee - house one week before the day of sale, Je 30 lawSwdlw The isle of Hie above property is postponed to the Seventeenth day of August next, at the tame hour and lec. - Jul Slst, 1U18. JA.V1LS A. tlA.villj lUii, - J it dtds ' Matter in Chancery. II U.V1. Mlpuuclieoos tint quality N. h, Rum. L V 'tor sal by J AS U'WOLF, Jun. 54 9outh - strt. J VAL.UArtl.fc. Hfc.Ali 1 - 3 1 Ait rOA sAkt. n the lit or ies - ium, .IVE lots of ground on the west side of Green wich - street, Pel ween vestry ana vtfuint - e streets, US by Ut. r our lo in the rear ot the strove, trintnii! ou the east side of WsttiioEtou - slreet, t'j iy 80. LiElitdo in the block otlow, hctweeu wain - ngtoa and West - streets. in Aiontgomerv county. 6030 acres of Land in Lawrence's purchase, near tast Canada Creek, on the north side oi the Mohawk. In Franklin County. 15.163 acres of Land, in the town of Mount Morris and Dayton. in fc.nci county. 7cS3t acre of Land in the town of Barrymore. In the County of Lewis. 1250 acre of land in Casterland. Cbatsanit t urchase In Saratoga County. I in Palmers purchase. IbUU acres in faliuers purrhase. Enquire at the ortice of the subscriber, 34 Ce dar - street. BEV. ROBINSOV. mhl7tf lY'l A"tSTEil VELVETS, Assorted colt .1 lours and very superior quality, for sale low.by GtO.1. NfcW UEKV, I 'M Pearl street. U.SAUNLfER'S PA i EN I RAZOR bTROP. You that wish to tbave with ease, Buy ot S - Aiinnr.Hi il you pleatt ; Hit Razor irop's, peculiar such, That thnrp the Razor with a touch. SAUNDERS retpertfully" solicits thw j . who have not got his Pateut Raur Hrr - p, furnish themselves with his new iovci.tt;i! li t - Strop, and Metallic Composition. Ngin tleman who once oiakc trial of one of Le Stiopi offered, will evertrj any others; and ut hi formation, that ever so tnuc h utt will not the razors that roundoffs which renders the of them useless, aiulvthich is well known always to follow the application ol alMuo'e hi h, r - inven'ed. The a'lovi; sttoi'S are in Rem fa: in New York, and are ditinonl'd l:om all oti.i.ri. tlaihtrs who have used them tay mote their praise than I can myself. . SAUNDERS, 18 Wall - street. Ali forsale, Razors, Soap, nr.d ry uten forthainp, o( the lii quality, with a Riiie - assoitmeut of Perfumery, Hair - Powder, acc. irora Smyth', New llond itieet, London. IN. B. The mutt liberal ailowar.ee made tr dealer. my 2i S', JOHN'S HALL OIlIJINAIlV ! ihe contiguity of this building to the teal of bu - - immodatioo of gentlemen connected With public business at the City Hall and others, a public Ordinary. Dinner will be served up pre cisely at half past two o'clock, and turtle soups. - he, with the most suitable refreshments oi ttusoo, at all hours of the day. Au elegatrt Ball - Room, decor.ited in a per fectly national sly Ic, is ah at the service .f parties for dancing, society meetings, or f. r pttro - of our justly deserving and admirable milita volunteer corps, lor thur various exercises. subscriber has spared no paint to render the building at pleaant as its situation would permit, aud, hy assiduity and the strictest attention, endeavour to deserve that patronage which enligbtcued and li!ceriiiu public are at all times ready to bestow. au3 lot JAMES L. HF.IJKNKl.RU. AR. UK ANt.KLIS. formerly practitioner of! F vledieine in the Military Hospitals nl Naples, and admitted a member of the Medical So ciety of New York, where he hat retnled since the year 1798, and hit refutation and tueeest in practice it now etttb'ished in the knowledge o' the publie by near twenty years experience, con tinue! to be consulted at bit office. No. LZii Wa ttreet, opietite Crsne whsrf. In Rheumatic snd Venereal cases, Dr. Ie An gelit has been wonderfully successful; and the mrjtt terrible etTeeli of fho disorders have fte - uuently been cured by him in a short tiiace oil ttoie without iuconvenit nee to the patient. Obstruction, ulce.t in the throat and palate, itiffness in thejoiuis, pains in the limbs, eruptions the skin, together with a numerous train ot tils anting frum neglect or improperly treating the most insidious of rotlauies, have riven wiiy bis mode of treatment in almost an incredible manner. Hit extraordinary success is, in a gretl measure attnbmsMe to his well known Anti - hcumttic and Anti svuhilic Sxrniis. which whilst they eradicate every form of disease, restore the niaemi til patient to vignr and I.esHn. N. U. All letters from Uie country (pott paid) ill be attended to, snd the necetsary advice and medicine will be given and sent to aay partsftlie union. J 25 AWCATIO.Y. YOUNG LADIES' SELECT SCHOOL, No. 1 1 Cfpar - street. UR. MEAD rerL'rtlully give notice, that his School will b again open on Tuesday tbe Istot September. Younz Ladies' will be instructed as usual, in course of Jioucafion; embracing alt the im porlant braoi hes, from Reading and JVnman - shin. to Rhetoric and Natural Philosophy. r ren - n dt ore oi me most approved instructor. Enouirer may satisfy; themselves respecting the character of this School, by calling upon any ol the following gentlemen, most ol whom are a raottg its patrons.' Richard Varick, Thoroa S. Clarkton, Anthony Dry, Atnasa Jauktnn, James Reowick, Esqrs. Caleb S. Ris, George Grilfin, John Suydam, and J 30 lm Mary AgtnlU Ofirt. Ari - lsrt. LOCUST TIMBER WASTED. WANTED, a quantity of locust timber and tree - nailt. Apply to the Navy A;ent, at Bl WahinEton - treeL Tj Tb publisher oflho JJew - Bruntwick Timet, Newark CentineU Long - Itland HXvr, New - Haven Journal, and New - Iondon Gazette will please publish this advertisement one month, and tend their bills to the Navy Agent's Office. jy ib ini SUM SAI.Sv. ALOT of grcasd on Broadway, fcfwee? Walker - street sod Canal - street. 26 fret er - ttrect and Caoal - atreet. 28 feet 10 wiue aim 17a eet tone, itmr of 60 s On . . or A C1 np, on 4c. on this c aie tiou is peii, add t! i t.'gc yet i;i he to ai lot P. A. JAY, If No. 37 Put - street. v4lt7Ali rtortstr at Amitca, y. I. a fXW SALE, . : 'That very execllsat farm, th late reti - deueo of Geo; Cod wise, Jr deeeastd), situsto at JsmaiM, (U I.) on the Kockavay Turnpike, wiiuia half a aula ottha villsgs i cootaiaiog about acres of good land, in excellent fence - nd n - ditioa. The mansion houte is will btiiltasd very large and commodious, insisting of a two story mam building, wUlt o ir, maknig together front of nearly IM feet. The out houtct are very convenient and in eseellent repair t the barn parlisularly, is nearly new, and supposed to be the largest and best arranged one on the islsnd the premise r, alto, a good orchard aod large garden, vclltokcd with a variety of frails. ALsO, a good piece of salt meadow, within 3 miles of the la: m, containing about. ? acres, sod i pieces t,f excellent woodland, eontai ing, the ooe about 7 and the other at;oul 10 asres. - .L?0, another (arm on the main Jamaica tiirnpikeros.il, about half a mile southerly from the Episcopal church in the said village, containing about 36 acres. ' ALsO, SO valuable building lots, at ths corner of Jamaica and Rockaway turnpikes, opposite the residence of the lion. Rufui King. 1 be above parcels of pi oprrty will be sold separately tuguther, a may be agreed upon, and can be viewed at all reasonable boors. The stock and farming utensils may be bad with the farm, at a fair valuation. The title it iudif potable. Apply to U. COUWIaE, 13 Nassau t. Or to the subscriber on the premises. au7tf MARY CODWI5K. RUM sWlilkl. new rum, landing Iron, sloop Sasco, eat side Feck - slip, rnrs.de by K. k C. V. DAVENPORT hi. CO. Rug 7 at t AR's CALCINED MAGNKrIA, Remedy fur a Sour btumach, Utt - &urn,antl aCurtfttrlndttitHwn. ALCI.N 1.1 ) MA ON EIA has been some time in use both in Eurcpe and A nunc a; but latterly it bnt been more frequently uted than for merly. It was first brought into i.fe in Gerrua - and was highly extolled hy Iloflnian, on whose authority it wa introduced, nut very cofiliuediy, till the knowledge of it, and ils excellence, was more extensively diffused by i lie author of a medical pamphlet, entitled an " Essay upon the Nursing and Management of Children," - This author has bestowed much time and attention in the investigation of the virtues of the calcined magnisia, and in most instamet has great judgement and knowledge ol the subject which h treated, and thereby l.a brought medicine into dipli repute. We cannot, therefore, mere properly explain itt reputed virtue, than by quoting the passage in which he re - rumerds it use. He sais that " the first and general raui? of most disea'et to which infants liable, i the acidity which their food occasion in their stoma Its. This acidity becomes tery obvious from the griping nd purgmg occo - cioned tlierei y. It may not he improper to men - an easy and geneially a certain remedy, or rather preventive, il timely aaminittered, which the mngiRtin alba, cab ined. This medicine eiTectually cures all acidities, proves a mild aod leuitnt purgatiir, and keeps the body gently o - without leaving behind it that costive state wlii. h layt the foundation for many dangerous trouiilesome diseases." '1 he atitlKT of the above mentioned essay fur - r oi'tcrves, that " notwithstanding the peculiar excellent e ol this preparation in rvmovirg indigestio.'i, yet still it lat.ors under a disadvau - diflicult to be obviated, a nochemisthasas punrcd auir - ihodcdli.iiKttiid to divest it completely of itt crudities, aii.l r.e it that pre - eminence which it. merit (ivl.eo properly prepared) would justiy (it ui. n i lor it it n yvell titablithtd tact, li.at icdigesii, n isllie irunary cause of many ot the most alarming aud d.ui&emus diseases i'lelil to tiic human system i coniecpiently the intgneii alba, when pmperlt calcu.td, jvouM the tnoit tOicacioui rr uiedy hitherto known. '' Muccejlul rxiieriments have ful'.v demonstiuti d, that the magnesia here rei onimended has arrived the pertectii n ut which the almve author hints. sold only (t t pi'intmeut) by JOHN V. MORRISON, lruist, lu; (Ireeowich street, d HULL A. BOWNE, Drcggists, 14ti P. arl - stiect, New York. J SI lm LOTS TO LEASE AT THE NORTH RIVER. SI'IUATE bctweeu Barclay aod Murray - streets, Chamber and Reed - treett, J;iy and Harrison - streets, and North Moore and Beach - street - , at a price very considerably lets than iu - tercct ou (heir value, and at tlie expiration of the term the buildmgt to bo fairly valued aud paid for, or a new lease granted. Also, to let by the year at alow rate, teveral or jards ou the water, well calculated for lumber, piaster of pari, ic. Apply to I'll. RUIN ELAN DER, 31 Park, near the Theatre. Several of the above lots will be sold at a moderate pries tud on a liberal credit. A small portion of the inaury only will be required.. June 11 tf NEW - YORK SPERMACEII OIL il CANDLE FACTORY No. !t BROAD - WAY f l OAMUEL JUDD, ha for f'J kj tulc, wholetaleand retail, I yTZ winter nressi.il unn sainmpr . - ...., i, fsiMiucd autrnuieeii a uitte ''1 l '1 Oi. at the aliove mrtorv. or at the old stand, 1 JB t ly Market. Also, SPERMACETI, WAX. A TALLOW MOULD CANULES. Together with a general a - tnttuvfnt of Lau.pv Lamp - tihtsses, Lamp Wick : and for the accommodation of customers. Tin Canister, ii'iuj I to 15 callnns ; Kezi, iroioito 15 aallons: Jus, from 1 to J Jo ; vi'.h a tarietyof other articles, ull of which are wrrauted of the first qnality, and as rheap as can be imrrliafd in New - York. The above aiticte tc - iit to any part Of tbe city iree of evprnce, where the purchaser makes it :ll Ohjrtt. J 31 f U I. COX. No tf Courtlaudl - Hrcet, near broad say, im - portert of lb I'OOI. PATK.V7 L.i.VP. have the plctiure to ii lorm the puldic and their frieids ttiat they Imve iu - t re ei id:tn tx'en - ivr a. - ri r incut of the ubove Limps, of Uie iuotI re cent imiToveoirnt;. LiKtinst gen eral at. - artmetit ol S'an.l Lanui, fi chimney piece, side l'n.rJ", talie,.c. &ic tf new and elegant pattcrut, which. lur or namrnt and utility, are onrivUed with i t varietv (X other Limii. such as havi " . ... . . 1" L . never been introduced peiore ; an oi wimu are warrMiled itertect. and if olherwire, may be re turned. Have als received a ercat assort men of Lamp Glasset and Lamp Wicks, tuilable for all kinds of lamps. N. B. All orders in their lm executed with faithfufnrss and punctuality. A Tiberal deduc tion lo wholesale dealer. auga if rfTL tOR HALL, tlcsi A farm on the Hudson, about a mile from Newborn, contuning IfJ acres, 3J ot which are Woodland, ttie rtt it aivwea uyeooo fence into a due proportion ol meadow, araot na - lure land. 1 1: nuirnnat are u irciv new n.e nou r' - fivenieni ir im i"'hii, . .. .' . ' I f . I . . : t - .lln iinn is vruatled in bea;dv by few oa thi river the advantages, from the vicinity of a flourish in vitlncre. of Dohlic worship, societw aan evd marktt, with the faciliry orcommsnirati'M with New York. render it a desirable residenc for a centiemaa. 4000 dollars oft' parchasi money may remain an mortgage ; sue PymcB' of tbe rett will be ssade easy to the pui'haser, V.I" in 4 in Apply nn the preasiscs, to Js S3 IT I. VEarLANCK. P03T COACH " STEAM - BOAT USE, ' - FOJt FHiLAOKLfHIA. v , - ' T ITA Of ELISABKTHTOWW POUT. s .; (Through ia Oae Day.) 4 ' 1 ArJEW Line of Post Coaches with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on Sprints staits from the Coacb'Afhce, No. 1 CounJund - ttreet, near Broadway. New - York, every morning, (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock, the Steam Boat Atafanta, via Elizabethtown. Brunswick. Princ ton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the tame afternoon, at o'clock. A second Line of new Pott Coaches will start from New - York every morning, (Sunday excepted,) at 10 o'clock in the Steam Boat Atalao - ta, lodge at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelphia, in a Steam Boat, next morning at 10 o'clock. Fare 5 dollar. P. S. Passengers are requested to call and take their Seats at the oftice No. 1 Cnurtlaml.tt. N. V. United State Mail Coacb, for Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington City, with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on springs. The U. 8. mail coach will start from the coacb office, No. 1 Court!anlt - st. New - Yotk, every day at 1 o'clock, r. rvi. aud arrive at rnu adrlphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 0 pas - tenders admitted. fcor seats in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established loach, and fcttam Boat office, sao. l iour landt - tlieet. near the corner of Broadway, New York ; or to A. T. GOODRICH ii CO. No. 154 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, and at No. 53 Whitehall - street, New - York.' ftrAII eooils and baggage at Hie risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS & CO. N. U Expresses sent to any part of the Con - timnt,hy THOMAS WHITFIELD. Je 24 SW1FT - SUKE MAIL COACH EC, for rnii.AnF.LrniA, (t7 - Leaie New - York ere y uiorninifSumlny'tex repted) at Uo'clork, aud ar rive in t'hilailelpliia next uav to uinner. The pill - lick house nrp - good, and rtasonahle their charge. I liedrivrr, hornet and coacii et are not inferior to any others now running be tween these two cities. Tbe beautiful country, and the excellence of the roads on this rout, coo ncctedwlth the safety, comfort, and reasonable expences, are helrived to bo strong inducements to traveller in eivine this line a decided prefer epee. The strictest attention will be observed ry the proprietor in giving general tatUl'aclion. All baggage an4 parkagrs will go at the risk of the owner unlets loured aud receipted far by the clerk of aid ortice. Singe fare only $5, with a generous allowance of baggage. Parties wishing to travel at their hifure, may engage the Coach oo reasonable terms exclusively to tiiemselves, hy applying out day previous to starting. For seats apply at Northern Hotel, No. 79 Courtlandt - itreet, New - York. LYON, SONS, A CO. op t Proprietors. UNION LINE. H. - 'i a "S4 - FOR PHILADELPHIA. , Twenty - five mile laud carriage, via New - Brunswick and Trenton. In new pot coaches $5 I o govd tt.igi s ' 4 50 Do lorecatllc or deck passengers, 3 50 ConiKcted by tl.e steam boats olive bhawch aril FULAPF.LFH ia. Tie strain l"ut Olive Branch will leae New York every day, Sunday' excepted, Irora the north side of the Bnt - tery.at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. TassenKers will lodt;e at Trenton, and take tbe steam boat Philadelphia, so astoarrive in Philadelphia at lOoV.lock ihe next morning, in time to take the Union Liue Baltimore (team boatt. Thit line ha a connection with the best boats on Ihe Delaware ami Chosapeake to Norfolk as also those of the North Riier and Sound ; and their several amvalt are calculated tocause little, if any delay. This is a tpeedv and certainly the most conve nient route, a the passengers will leave New - York after the banks opeb, and arrive in Philadelphia l - pfore the hours of business, without In - tieue in travelling or want of sleep, the land car riage being much lets than by acy other route between the two cities. For seats in Ihe atiov linn apply to WILLIAM H. JAUKS, At the Union Line Steam Boat Ofiire, in Mar - ketfield street, north tide of the Battery, be tween Greenwich and Washington streets, or to The CAPTAIN on board. Q3r All goodt and baggage at the risk of tlie wner. ap NO I ICE. For tlie further accommo dation of the puMic, the de parture ol the r neltr Iroin New - York and Newburgh fTSr i itiY - iir - ' ill oe in luture on the following dajt : Leave New York on Monday, Wednesday and Saturdav.at9A.INI. Leave itcwhurgh on I ce lav. I ndar and Sunday at t a. m. I he ahove arrangement wiiicommeuce ny me Firefly leaving Newburgb on Sunday, the i4th May. The Western Stnee leave Newhureh imme dialely after tlie arrival ol the Firefly. my 2 EAirOBI AFO BET H L HE J ti W LI.1E, VIA IfEW - SRCKSWKlC. (rr Patiengers will leave New - York every Monday ind Friday, at 11 o'clock, fi r - . - m . il. in tlie tteain toat Olitu Uranch l hidge at New Brunswick ; leave there early next morning, and arrive at Easton at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Returning, leave Easton every Monday and Friday, at 5 o'clock. A. M , lodge at New Urunsviirk ; arrive at New 1 oik at 10 o'clock next morning, in the strain boat Olive Branch. The stage connected with tins line is a good tour - hone stage. , Passage from N. uruniwick to Easton, S3 0 ; Irom Icaslon t ) Bethlehem, 75 cents, r or srats in the above hne.apiilv lo VM. B. J AQUES. at the Phiiailclphia Luion Line Steam - Boat Ollice, noitn aide ol the battery. ROBERT Lb I SON, Propnetor, J13tf FOH I'llUJMKI.l'lltA, Via F.UZAliLTil - lOH.y I'CIXT. As srv ssMsjsmAm Sam P0al' - t;0CH l.iNU Throvek in a day o.d 6y dutt - Uehl, LEAVES' New - York ia the steam - boat AU - liota, from the foot of Whitchad - street, near the Battery,.at 5 o'clock, A. M. Knqoirr at No. I C.ourilauJt street and No. o3 While - hall - street, at which placet tea'.s may be taken. Je20 tf I - "0"1 W klj.vi'.lt. itiDjW j.v - 1 v? 1 . , Tlir tie im Boat OLIVE ass!!! BRANCH will saill - r Am - . n,.r - pjj - t,,, assured may therefore repose the ful - hor on hur.dty next, snd . lfijt.,., .h..li.litv of iUranital. nnd Ji.every lucceerti,, - Sunday. II o'clock precisely, the wi.I leaveit al r. M. to arrive at I o'clock. Pa set gers mav either d:noa bnardorat anyj ottl tavern. rMiageoOCirni going, tne sauiej rice for returning; dinner on bo id ijreuts. P. a. In making the trip she wiu sail roi.no Platen Ll .nd. J 24tf r - OAul'l vt. H HOOU THE MISS BENNETTS have opened a boardinj schvol for young ladies, on tlie 'iutH tide of Powir Hor - k, in a situation very healthy, ao1 alinough coovenipot to the city, qnite retired. The uuai Ens'ish hraxche and Needlework, French, Masic, lianctng and Dra w - me, are tauirht, by themselves or by approved 'Metier, rnr term uc. apply to Air. u. 1 GREENE, 84 Wall - street, or at thetciiool. 3 14 tr .' ' ; .t ' .; . - i fi - TUM SOUA'D STKAXBOAT.LlSk. ' Tba proprietor. - wb a view, of accommodating the public. bTtitendinc ths line J.a Norwich, intend making tue experiment with the Fultow, Copt. Law, and tiiis route (if found practicable) will be continued during the season. I h line win in future be from New - York to Norwich, as follows : The Connecticut, Capt. Banker, will leave New - York every Monday, rVtdnttday and Way, at 8 oVIock, in the morning, for New - Haven. The Fulton, Capt Law, will leave Norwich at 6 o'clock in the morning of the same days, touch ufev - indun and depart from tbeoce for Jtetc - Harcrt at is o'clock. The boats will meet at tlaren, and depart from thence every iMmuiay, It tdnrt - day and Friday, at 7 o'clock Jn tlx evening the Connecticut lor Jftw - York, and the Fulton for Wevi - Lmdon and A'oiuith. nih 17 NawatiHoa and tANAMiAiui'f asAiu - siAox - TIIIIKK TIMKS A WZKK. LEAVES Newbnrgh every Sunday, Tuesday, and 1 hursday mornings, at three o'clock, runs tbrouzh Montgomery, Bloomingburgh, Montirello, by White Lake, Cothecton, Mouut Pleatunt, Great Bend, Chenango Point, Owega, llbica, and Geneva, toCanandaigua Returning leaves Canandaigtia every Monday, Wednesday and I'ri lay mornings at thrre o'clock, and arrives at Newbnrgh, the third day in lime to take Uie 3te.im4Hats which arrive in New - Yoikthe following morning XJ ma be txpcrlf.Lthat al all funis uhrn Ihe tteam - boaU alter iheir rfny of runnuig, that thu Une will allrr to at lo meet Ihrm. ' The whole route will be perfirmed in three days, from the first of May, until the first of November and trorn the first ot November until the fifteenth of December, and from the fifteenth of March until the first of .May, in four days and from the 15tJi December, until the fifteenth of March tbe same line will be continued to the city of New - York and run from thence to Canandaigua in four days ' Passengers travelling from New - York to Canandaigtia, Niagara or Huflalo, can !ca e N York in the evening steam - boats, and arrive in Canandaigtia in three days a distance of three hundred miles. .The line is well furuUlied with good, new carriages ; good horses, snd careful and experienced drivers Every atten tion will be paid to render tlie passage of the traveller sale, easy and expeditious ; and it is believed that the accommodations on this lint are equal to any line in the state. OTj FAKE from Newburgh to Canandaigtia FOUR1T.EN DOLLARS. N. B. A branch of the same line runs three limes a week from Ithaca to Auburn. Also, a tine runs from Owcgo Tioga Point; thence through Newtown and Fainted Post, to Bath, Uc. V DAGGAGE, as usual, at the risk of the owners. David Godfrey, Bloomingburgh, E. C. St. John. Mount 1'leaaanL L. Si R - Manning, Chenango, iProprie - Luther liere, illnca, tors Samuel GreenlitT, Geneva, Oliver Phelps, Lansing, rah 14d6m THK ATr.AM iHKi i .11.1 t.A ATA, rOR ELIZABETHTOWN POINT, EAVES N York each div, Sundays except ed, iroiu the foot ol W lute h.iii sir. tl near the Bnttery, al 5 o'clock and 10 o'clock A. M. and '.i o'clock P. M. ; loaves Lhza hethtown Point :.t ft o'clock A. M. and half i - ajl 12 o'clock and hullpaa 4 o cUck I . M. Je 20 tf AUHTli RlVt - ti H T KA ,W - Ii ( I A J A', 0C Oiitho lllb or Slay, j. commenced running foiir vrrrtimcs a week. A Boat ' . ,lt.v. New - Yolk on Tues day, l U o'clock, A. M ; Wednesday, at 5 P. M; Friday, at 9 A. M. aod Saturday, aTS P. M. ol each week I and a boat leaye Albany on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 9 A. M Tbe Fire - Fly leaves New - York on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 9 A. M - for New - burgh, and returns ou Monday, Wednesday and Fndav, at HA. M. . Je 26 WHOOPIXti COI GH. D' OCTOR SCOT'l'S Pectoral Mixlure, which is a safe and effectual remedy lor the whooping cough. It it only ten years since it wat offered to tl.e public, and some thousands of children, both in England and Scotlaud, have been cured ty it, alter every other medicine nan been uted without effect. It it held in the high est estimation fr its excellent and salubrious virtue. It promote gentle perspiration, remove viscid pbh gra by an easy ai d tale expectoration, and it highly talutary to the lurgt ; it strengthens and deienrlt the stomach, givet greater liberty of breathing, and produce the mott safe, salutary aod happy effect, by preventing those distressing aod cnnvulie coughs, lo which thousands of individuals, in const - iiueiice of neglect, prematurely fall a sacrifice. - It is not ty exciting a temporary stimulus ot relief in those violent paroxysms that its qualities are manifested, but by effectually removing those distressing symptoms, by giving vegour to the w.kened frame, and renovated health to the a HI ic ted indiiidual. Sold wholesale and retail, by It. Robertson, Apothecary, No. 82 Broadway, and J. C. Mori - son, Druggest, No. 188 Greenwich - street, N. York. DruggesU throughout the United - tates, may be supplied with the Pectoral Mixture, at either of the above places, at the lowest wholesale price. ly 7 Cm MUTUAL INSURANCE COM PAN TnK rut of MF.w - yoRK. (7AeoWtJf Insiuutwnfor Jmuraiue against Jirt in irau mi.; NPURE ag' - nst Loss or Damage by Fire, Dwelling Ilouc, Ware Mouse?, Buildings in ral. Merchandise. Shirs in port and their Cargoes, Household Furm'ure, and every de - scriptionof personal proirty,on terms a favo ml,li as similar initiations in thiscil v. This Company is incorporated scfeiy for the purpose of insuring eg.tinst losses by tire, and has circumscribed its operations chiefly vvitliia this city and immediate proximity. fn addition to the Capital Mo ock. SSO0.00O, , : I. 1 . . k kr....l n.l n.ntl.u. nn rs'jl I WlilLll it 7CI!;'I I.V irjim miu iuv, tbUKb .,i..i..,jnj;i.,l,irti iLufniimanuimiMu - l . tj.. ..i. flm,V ii.rpsti.ft in i.Le man - ... . losses or dama - e will be settled with nrunir,ti(u,ie and liberality. ... ,l,fr.r.,r,r n.tu m nreminm and rnndilion. rinSlira,,ereI)iform .vitiuhose ofthe other c: e Insurance Othcesin thitcitv. I he public are reieireJ tor parUcuiar 10 tne printed proijosal in circulation, and wtucb may he bad on application at No oi W all street. SjiAbrvlM. r l;lv.iAi, 1 rvomem, JOHN llNTARD, Secretary. may ?fl l(ill Hr WU T ttill re.iilesal No. Wa I ter street, w here he hss a very handsome and fashionable assortment tf CVinet. Furniture on hand, which tie will warrant to - be of Ihe first oualitv. Hetolicilihi New York and southern ffiefi.lito give him acali, a he uat'ees l.imtelf they will not oe ditappoioieu. ureters execuiea ..r.,:n OF - a I l at Xte shortestnoUce. Je 12 tf A - WolJ Mt$elH ksw t. da. - a.dsh hi v . ; - - twed thmg. that differ. " I lv.1.UM'."OK'VK.f.rn.iti and sw - eerv there. . V T to re,a - t someWery tio ' the abm o( MERCURY I rath, indiscriniioauv fied at ttarapt! ta, betn pr tive of iDfin He niviur FIS? U6 - are annnally tr.ercunali.Ted out et I he disease we have in view owe, iiif, u'ts chieB ta this .oun: tcu. hat a young man, tlie hopes of hi, country I tbe darting oi his parents, should be snitched . - . U1S r.u.,.c,. aim enjoyment of h'. by theconteuoeuces ofene tingaarded momeri! and by a disease not in its own nature fatahsla whicbonly provctsofrom neglect or imrron.; treatment." A gmtkmar. (late iJr! T? lieot) now perfeetiy heary and re!), had Lm.' anderpliysiciainof geneij practice, six .ej;,' and repeatedly salivaf,d; wllcn recoma.J!,,, ut. u. toy a gratieman of this city) Li, hoi., were canoui, and bis flesh dropping from th.,'. hi friend declared be could not possibly tunTJ two month longer. Trou.and etrranintLiu know with what ease and sufetv Dr. ft cates the wverert cases, and confirms the miTi. tution. The Doctor's Plan (adverluii) iki.j m Buoiu me iuuiiu agnuui uje atoi .i mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth Persons, therefore, hnving contracted a n7 vate disorder, or susjicctiag latent poitoa. admonished not to tao.ier with' their contfii tion, or conceal the disorder, tUI part recot - r ry ; otbrrth'avirg tiie remains of aa old r - , or other impurities of the blood, ssk - .ii.. .. ' er complaint of a uelicate nature, j - ,n .'. tex. thouid remember posterity, and do iuatir to their tontciencf.t, by making snuii,!t,! to Dr. II. at hi old and lishment, No. 64 Wati - r - street, lour houses 7l ofOld - :ip,to obtain tliat prompt atiistaoce . lone calculated to prtveot ditcfotue. And t,l let me claim your, serious attetitiin Remcniris superficial cure is no care at all; uoltis iheb.1 tinestis radicaHrdone, you will certainly .,. the duorder break out sg:uu with redouh.id . lignity. at some future period I ; perhaps then viu irewiKiuiii,n,,. jin - , you often meet l the streets miserable, mutilatert him - . .. ..i. . even a bit of nose on their face Take warn. beseech you. Dr. IPs. character for skill and stubborn integrity beuig universally known in this city, unit l'd04, guarantee to patients that delicarr h crecy hitherto unknown, and having contined bit practice for veais natt. ecliiin.iw k. f ,, 1 , ' J '"t UI C l tliHeaset of the blood system, tliey may safely cal. cuiate on the most decided advantages in cct - suiting ur. ii. Gleets eradiccted in twt or three week. Strictures removed without bougie or any oti. er inttmment ; snd all debilities t likewise all old ulcerations, tistuli't Aa . A plurality of oOicet are provided, aad to situ ated that patient are not exposed toeach other i observation. Open till half past 9 in tlie evening All persons coorerned are invited to be free it Calling, aud sneaking with Dr.H. which is lrt of cost. And here the Doctor ctonot avoid tU expression of gratitude for innumerable recoa - mendationa, and for tbe decided preference (it i presumed with just cause) long given bus by t .udiciou piihlic. N. B. All letter must be pott paid, Dr. Buchanan. Aug7 U AtlTH k.H HV.iLkt.HV AUK J.VtVil dlUA. EVANS' ssDrri't 'method of curing act tain Disease, is now unite - bII ..bn....r. a,a ,k . wniij ' Rll'lifivulll in li I city ; his mode of treutaai is perfectly im:d, sale, ei - ,x iiuious. anu ui cjnr 1 reairnable. in every 11 ne warrants a csrt, will return the pay if Is 1 not perform agttcib contract. m m '1'i.a ,Aaf Sei - rp4'l VAVfl flhwmi: I here are many pent iu mis city un in cinitv. laboring under various chronic diem such a cancers, old ineteraie.aloeraCTdi) nl Lint - l HVll. ftitulas. tn'seaaes of Inrwttljn ki..i.i ..H kiiinwa. old cfmirlkated cobid'sdi'i ,.r. ,.r.in fmture. LilioS and other ohitiatJ. rhrniaatitm. Ac. whit b they consider isctJ rable, they can certainly Ue cured fin geaerJ)l hyanplviniratDr.EVANS'a Medical Store, No. I . reel - Slip, ntTiBK . raaEUKu us cxiajivt hnsoitalt in Europe If years, under lome of tkt first Surgeons and Pbyaicians in tbe world, tnc made those otutinate uisease vucotMiant ntsy for SO vears. CetU , F RUM EN TO, No. 1 Wall street, CX.. min'tdresut.gioom, hat for tale aw xors of Damask Steel, made by tbe eloratf Marguin, of Paris. He has also rectia sortuienloflhe best Englith RasorswhKhr warranU good. If rroved to the eoltfyi ney relunJed. ... A Also, cutt ana drete nair w" - y and in a manner to a to adap t to the pbsi 00?'.y' w;..; - , - .i,.i Mr. r riu.Yib.viu !""" , : the public - in general, 1 their very liberal patronage, and rolicRs a cor - tinuance of tbeinavours. . - u. h.. i..u.i, nrotureaa verv uue urat." n 1 .tor raxors to a very keen edn ,.7.1 .kn..M it.Aw aat cut well he will receive UJIU SUUU lM J recompenc. . ' , - . nhn siihirrihe bv the Quarter, wi have their apparatus kept exclusnely for tbf Ives. it3U.. QUALITY ft. FRUMESTO k." reeJ J At I. the best periumea . , , . which be warrants to oe im u - vc - ; : '"a whichhe will sell any gentleman wishing U the trial ol it, at io. I " f . J lm const' ' ofh! PP ;toiw die Btavel'111 (iehfroiua' auiacVoiy, iiriu U. In, 111 J0u 1 .. " ! .rkl. '! rru mi - . - - - . .,..teH Ml shortest - ' 1 .'ia 11 505. 5Tfc - r - ' " . 1 ..It J60 Bros,"" - may C7 jr : NEW PATBNT WANOTJ n EO. 1 NEWBERY re.pectf u 4 Il denlly aMure.hi. fneod. aodj f .ii' - ik. - im P.. t turret. WT W"L el ated the sliove inttromeotr, lower i"" J llrer plseeia too eny - 1 ' ; ..iicrci, i ... N EW - V ORK : ' - - ' PRINTED AAD PUBLISHED ' - ...... ji tsf iL fTD MICH A Kit a - v - - ., No. 49 WixMtMWit - Tjr""""" J r - f ' - ! m

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