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rt applj TFESDAT. No--11 No--11 No--11 No--11 At lio'efock. at the Real Ea4ate sales mom. No 7Rroarl tti Gre-U Gre-U Gre-U Hale of Lots on the Harlem River, at tha h?ad of Tts. 8ih, 9tL and hffh avenoes 823 loti of c round at Hteh Bndre V'llaae. oa the Harlem River. iminediaelr at tha High Bridce. a vi at the bead of the 7th. 8th, 9 th aad 10th at eons, as follows, rb lots Ivfnr m one twrdei, nd boonded br Lind aveona, Lo-niwtltt Lo-niwtltt Lo-niwtltt ard Hsrtem Rver. 61 lou boorxied tr Liod s venue. Loeost and Acacia ttsnd th Harlem Rtm. SB lort between Lind a venae. Acacia and Myrtle sts. and tbe Hirteoi River. hl lou he ween Lind a venae. Myrtle and La ore I tu. and tbe Hrlm River 63 Inu berween Liod avenue. La a re I and Olive ktreers and tbe Harlem River. , , 68 lots between Olive and Devoe street. Lrod avenue, aad tbe fiarlem River. . . . 66 lou on Lind avenoe. Devoe st and tbe Hnrlam Rrrer. The road leadinr from McfVmbi Dam to the Utah Bride runs near tf pantile, to the river through all of the above ttreets. There is a frontareofover 2,300 feet to these parcels on the Harlem River, River, the Reparton nchn in which will be sold with the loufroot-g loufroot-g loufroot-g tbe river. There is a dock at tbe foot of Locust st. 41 lou lyiB oo and east of Liod avenue, aad north of Lccast street. M lots en east side of Lind avenee, betweea Acacia and Lo-eost Lo-eost Lo-eost sts. h3 lou nn Lind avenue, and running easterly on Myrtle and Ae eis sts. 76 tots tyinc on tbe easterly stde ol Liod avenue, and en Lao lei and Myrtle sis. 76 lots opposite toe las! described, between Olive and Laurel streets- streets- 76 lots oDrvocire the shove, between Devoe anJ Olive sts, 40 lots on Lind avenue, running enaterly on Itevoe st. Tbe srtnatinn of the above proirty isbt-autihilsnil isbt-autihilsnil isbt-autihilsnil very sala-brmos sala-brmos sala-brmos The land or admirable ausntv for building purpoies, and foraardeoi and villa gronnds. overlooking the river and or-mundiDg or-mundiDg or-mundiDg country, and preventing at every point fiturevque view of the neh rnery of that romantic rooC 1'he In tch Bndge immediately adoim the property, .u spendld mfnrr and magnificent Droportiooi hourly and eootinusl'y attracting crowd-to crowd-to crowd-to the vicinity, as it ii well known oo strangers leave New York without veiling, if possible, this superb -iructure -iructure The tirle to the property is beyond denote, has been for aees in the peaeesuon of the same family. The terms o' aale will be ac-eommoiiaiing ac-eommoiiaiing ac-eommoiiaiing to the porchajerv . and the sale will be oeiemoiory. Litaaographic maps of the property will be ready at tbe office of the auctioneer previous to the aaie. I'oder tbe direction of Edgar fl. Van Winkle. Trrjtee Peremptory Peremptory sale of tbe following valuable tots ol ground ia (be city 4 Brooklyn:

Clipped from The Evening Post08 Nov 1850, FriPage 1

The Evening Post (New York, New York)08 Nov 1850, FriPage 1
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