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Lee. Lee, in Con ii the - and tor the the per to be that corner a - knives. coffee cut iap'd brass copper kettles, af all oi an tale of 3 a low build and own building insured, inter - u. jo dt gentle - 1 premiws fnm 1 1 lo I o'clock. je2i Iw IN CMA.NCbRl Suitool New i otl, . In pursuance of a decretal order uf this honorable Court, will be wild at nublic auction, at lite Merchants' Ex chunge, in the city of New Yutk, on tlie l"th day uf July next, al 12 o'clock et noon, under the direction of tho eulwcriber, one ol the .Matters ol taid louri, all tnul certain lot. or pi'eof ground, which J.ihn Jacub Aator, of the ciiy oi New York, merchant, did, by a certain ind. - nture ol lease, hearing date tne tourterntii nay oi ju nuary, one thoimand tight hundred and iiin - teen, grant d"misc, and lo Ihrm. let unto the Reverend John. Han niug, and hit etecutort, adniinistretora. and assigns, for lha term of twenty - one years liom the lint day ot .ilay then next, subject to an annual rent of seventy - five dol lar, oavuble iiuarti r veerlv : being Dart and parcel of the farm or piece of land which was, un tlie first day of 31ay, one thousand sevvn hundred and mneiy - seven, de mited and granted by the corporation of Tniiily Church in the said citv. to Aaron Burr, and his assigns, and by the raid Aaron Burrafterwardold and conveyed tollie said John Jacob Atlor, bit eitstulor, administrators arid a9ins, and know n and disiinguuhrd on a map of taid Aaron is ur s farm, made by Charles U, i.ny sur veyor, as lot No. 201, bounded southerly by Charlton street, northerly by a lot on mrnn map, distinguished as No. Ml. easterly by a lot, dislun(uuhed on tne same map as No. 201, and westerly on Hudson treet; ihesaid lot thereby demised being twenty - five feel in breadth, in in front snd resr, and seventy - fiveieet in depth, a by re. ference to the said indenture of leans, ill more fully appear; which said indenture or lease, and the premise therein mentioned, have, in virtue of severe! mesne as signments thereof, become vested in, and the property of William Jackson, subject to the payment oi tne rtnw, and tho performance of lh covenants in tho same in dntum nf Iru. flvnivsusfsl and eontained. Alto, all that certain lot or parctil ol land, wnicn tne lid John Jacob Aalor did, by a certain other indenture of leae. bearintt date the lent h day of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty - five, grant, demise, and to larin, let unto the said vvuiiam Jackson, and to nit eis - cuton, administrator and assign, tor the term ol thirty, nine vi ar from the said tint day nf May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty - live, without rent ; being pan of the said ftrm or piece ul land demised, as atoresaiu, h the aid UorAoraiion of Trinity Church, to the said Aaron Burr, anil Ulstinguunea on a map inenn, mum bv Stephen L'ldlam, one of the aworn turTOyor ol the sail city of New - York, as kit No. H 12, bounded wcsle ly, in Irnnt, by Hudson street ( easterly, in tne rear, ny lol .No. IKO; norlherly by lot No. 813; and southerly hy rear uf lots number i 1 1 , S 17, 'i 19, X t'J, being in winui, in frdnt and rear, each iwenty - five leet, and in length, on each lide, one hundred feet, mure or kt, a, by references lo the tuid indenture ol lease, will mure parti, culatly appear; together with all the edifices, buildings, and appurtenances, thereunto bt longing; and all tlie right, title, and interest, and lenn ol yours yel lo come and unexpired, property, possession, claim, and demand, of the said William Jackson of, in, and to the tame. Now York. June 24, 139. . MURRAY HOFFMAN, Maitor in Chancery. ' je?5 aw2wldt 1 b LACK fc COL'D ITALIAN NETT For aale al Viz: 5 6 3 3 f 3 blai LM iht Ira fur T of ly '