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of in ; NEW YORK, THURSDAY, OTATE OV NEW YORK. In Chancery. In wiah!T' - TrnCu0r, Uec"slt 0rd,,i rf he C'Mrt ,C!??nCe,y .. , , x - uuuc auciioo, ai uie sojcs nuuii ui wcssia. FraiiLltn & Il. a. - i - . n...t i ,t, rst r N. I . , . , - v r" i I ork, on Uie 9th Ha ol Anoust next. at noon, under the direction I ol the subscriber, one of the Masters ot said Court, all that cer - lain lot, piece, or parcel of land situate, lying and being on the southwesterly side of Greenwich lane, between Bank and Ham - "mi streets, in the JNintn vvata 01 tne unyoi XNew iorK, bounded ar.d containing as follow : commencing at a point on I uie said southwesterly line of Ureenwtch lane, distant at or about I eighty - eight feet three inches from the corner or intersec - I on lorrneu Dy mo Lane, with the soul esterly on the line a and parallel to Hammond street, at the distance of one bundled and five feet therefrom, ninety feet one inch, Ihence southerly in the rear and parallel to Factory street, along the said laud now or late of Charles Oakley, twenty - five feet, thence easterly on a tine parallel to Hammond street, and distant therefrom eighty teet along the rear line ol land late ot Ackerman iruider, and outers, - tive leei tnree tncnes to ureenwtcn atte, ami thence northwesterly in Iront along the sourhwesteny ode of (ireenwieh tw.u v . f. - ..t in ih nlaee of Iwoinnmr, I the said lot being twentv - ix feet in breadth in front on the soulli - westerly side of Greenwich lane, twenty - live feel in breadth in the tear, on the northerly sHe ninety feet one inch, and on .7 j. - ' ' uie southerly side ninety - live leet tlirce inches, together with the I !iiiniirljiiiitu.,. I L . ' . I llltM Mi.ui VaHi lulu 1 B ia"T I STEPHEN CAMBRELENG, jyIS2aw3w Master in Chancery. r . f a vi r L . v i r 1 I I IN UllAINCKKV. In pursuance of an order Of he Itnllrl ..11 !d,nM.H u.,11 I... ....ia l.l: I... I a incnes irom me comer or miersec - said south westeily line of Greenwich herly line of Bank sit eet, and running of land now or late of Charles Oakley,

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  1. The Evening Post,
  2. 10 Aug 1837, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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