The Evening Post from New York, New York on January 9, 1818 · Page 4
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IN CHANCERY. IN CHANCERY.' ." " ' Slate ef JVtM - Tsrk, . IN purrosoc of a decretal onitrof ttiia booorai - ble court, bearing date the COth day .of De - cernlier, io tie year 1817, will be sold at public aactiort, at the "1 online Coffee llosss, in the city , of Nw - York. oiv Tuesday, tbe thirteenth day ol January next, at It o'clock at noon, all that eer - tain rot of ground and messuage, situated in thr roouh ward nf Uie city of New Tot k, known fend distinguished by house and lot' Dumber four, in .' Ctierry - etrectjboaiHkdaorUiweiterlyio front on Cherry street, northr.attcrhr, by lot end home number ait ia said atreet, bekwgrng to Maria ' Osgood, southeasterly ia the rear by ground own - cuoroccirpiea or Aitianuer naouiK'fi.nuu ,0.01 - ' weste'ily by other ground of Uw taldMana O - - rood s cooiHining in oreaatn in iioni iwenty - nve ' tees , in w rear KTCSicra. icri uve iikiki aim one quarter of an inch, in length on the north . easterly tide one nunarea ana wrce leeinme lncu 4 w) acid rm Mm southwesterly ide one hundred and seven feet til inches, be tbe lame more or lets; toeethrr. with thtr atmurtenance.' Dated Lteceatber Y20, IU17. . . . WM. E. DUNSCOMB, . , j - ; ,' . Maitcrly in Chancery, ' decTsw(Jsn3Jls - fN CHANCEUY. . ;. John B. M array, ' vs. JinoT. Vtlut. State of New.York, M . IN Dnutn of a deeretal order'of this ho - '' tsoersbje court, madeie the above cause, will be old at tublie auction, at the Tontine Coffee Hons, ia the aity of New - York, under tbe di - reettoa of the subscriber, aa one af the masters ot Ihia enurt, on Tueaday the second day of Sep - , s tern ber neat, at twelve o'tloek at noon, all that ti act of land Wnirtr on tbe town of Lowville, and lying in the eouuty of Uewu, m the tute auu - e - said, being part of (rent lot No. of MacomVt purchase, and som prises all the loll known on a t I Lr..ii r.rn. mi v ,.. ww ' - - : B. White, to the year 180ft, from No. 1M to 342 inclusive, containing together 1S,000 acres it In A. iththa innnHMiMtM thereto belone - ; ink or any wise appertaining. Dated June 30, It7. : - . ' fCoori JAMES A. HAMILTON. JtSI . Iav4wdldt ' .Master in Chancery, . The tale of the above property it postponed to the 1st day of November next, at the tame hour and place. JAMES A HAMILTON, aroflawta Master in Chancery. fhn of shift! hmri nrnrartv is postponed to ; 8atorday, the Oth day of November, at Uie same . f TT JAME3 A HAMILTON, ; ,' : - ,w - . Matter in Chancery, ' Mtliinl Mnn ft Ttl St ' . ' The sale of the above property is postponed to . - Tuesday, the Wthdayof WoTeroner, msuut, a' . w riM iira - kA nnnr saiin niBpa. - nnw n. inn. - JAMES A. HAMILTON, BOT8WMl73t - , Master in Chawery. 1 The sale of tbe above nropertv isp)stpon ' eJ to the 4th dar of December next Dated November n, 117. 'vunrOTrlu . aluater in unaneerr. The sale of the ab ve projierty is postponed to tbe sr - cond day of Janoary next, at the tame hour . aod place. JJec. 1st. IH17. ; - JAA1ES A. HAMILTON. tiff. 9 lawtdt . . Maatrria Chancery The sale of the anie property is postponed to Thursday, the 42 Host, at the fame hour and place. Jan. 2, IBP. 1 JAMES A. HAMILTON, ,fan 3 dU' - ' - Master iu Chancery, LM CHANCERY - ' - ITATE OF IEW - 10B.K, TS hiihmiim nf Jar - ivliil order of this bonorB' 1 court, bearing date the sixlecnfh day of tfrtober Insi.wili ne snip ai puouc aucnun, . uir Tnntin fniW Hnime. in the city of New - York, trader il direction of the snbscrifier, at one of tne BtAxtrrt of this court, on Wedtutday tbe itxrnth day or January next, at twelve o'ciocb, ai noon, irn.ttirf - j - rtain lot. tract or parcel ofliind, titua - nt in tlJ i - nuiitv of Delaware, in the state ol New.York - . andjo Eynns' Patint, and known by great lot thirty four, and bounded as follow : he - giiuiincat 'te and heap of stones near a beech tree, marked Mo. 34 and 37 ; bring the northeast rnrwf of lot thirty seven t thence utont the north bound thereof sooth eighty nine degrees, west one hundred and twenty eight chains and ninety - fix link to a tecn tree marzeo ro. j ana heinr the southeast corner of lot f So. 33,) oum ber Qiirty three t thence along the east hotimlt thereof, north three degrees, east eighty one chain and twenty links to a beech tree marked No. 31 and II r thence along the south bnandt of lot ("fo. 3SJ mrrer thirty one, norm eisnty nine degrees, east the distance of one hundred and four chains, ton (take and heap of stones thence eolith thirty five chains and twenty four links to a beech tree oarxed imoi inence n - nn einij nine degree, east twenty chains to the west hoond of lot thirty Sve: thence alone the ramr ' south forty four chains aod ninety six links to the of hrinnniiir t containir.2 nine hundred and forty nine acre anJ three fourths of an acre of land, with tbe appurtenant es. Ann also, all that curtain other lot. tract or Darcel of land, situa ted is the county of Delaware, in the state of Hew lor, in brant' raieai, ana unr wu it enat lot thirty seven, and is bounded as fol kw i Beciiuiiog ot n hemlock tree mark il Xo. 37 and 40. beins the northeast cor ner of lot No. (40) number forty ; thepc Jong the ' north bound thereof, south, eighty nine decreet, west one hundred and thirty tour chains and tea hot. to a heech sapling marked No. 38 & 37 s thence north three tte - - grett, east sctenty eight chains to a Beech tree Tvim sioues rouuq u , utence on me mui uvim - ot lot thirty four north tithty niue degrees, east one hundred and thirty chains to a Birch tree nuked thirty seven and thirty - eight ; thence on the west bounds ol lot Ihirtv - eulit sooth seventy eight chains to the place oT beginning, containing one thousand and twenty - four acres and one , fo'irth 6f an acre of land with the appurtenances. Untied, uccemoer z, n James a. Hamilton, N , DccSl&wtKdt : Master in Chancery, ' ftfr The sale of the aboye property it nostiM) . ned to t!e eighteenth dir of February next at the saws hour and pnee. uated Janv7. iriw. JAMES A. HAMILTON, - ' Jan 7 '. Master in Chancery, IN CHANCKUi. :? ... State of M York, u IN pursuance or decretal order of this honorable court, (waring date the I Oth day of November, ia tlte year ltl7, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coff. Moute. in the ci ty of New - York, ou Wednesday, the seventh day of January next, at twelve o'clock, noon, all that lot. riM - eor parcel .frrrmnd. situate in the Cwtb ward of the city of Mew York, on tbe comer of Cherry and Dover - streets, bounded northwest erty in front on Cherry - street, northeasterly by rr - .und be tone ins to Maria Oinrood, southeasterly in ths rear by eruutid bow or sate the property of Doctor Joseph Young, and sooth westerly by Do - tti aimn wn m bow hovs ami oisuocftiuueu by hove sad lot anmix - r two C he rrv - street, Bad honse nurahcr on Dover - street ; contain ing tn nreadth, " rt and rear, twenty se - yea feet and six inches, and in lenrth on each side one hundred and soven feet, be the same more or less ; together with the sppurteoancet, vaiea ueccmoe i itn, 101 1. James a. Hamilton, Master in Chancery, dec 17 tawtSOtbD dt , nr 1 Tm sale of Uie above property is pw pooed to the 19th instant, at this tame hour and piacs. usuo jaiiuary it ioi. JAMES A. HAMILTON, - Jan 7 rjtil Master in Chancery. "rVTOTICK The Copartnership heretofore . X' exitiiair in this city, under the Cna DtrolfrPmavttk iriVvif.u this day dissol , Ted by fUutu.U coBtent. All persons having it - aetiled accounts rta said nrm, are requested I' rail at 51 Front - street, - for settlement New, i ore. lkc hi, mil. JAMES D'WOLF, ".' ici ir nirrimi , ,JAMEd D'WOLF, Jan. rw . - fl OTTO 21 10 bales priSiC Upland Cotton, V KaJsty ; ft, C. W. PAVNP0RT CO. i . - i - ' IS CHANCEUY. : ' Ptale - of Near - York, at. ; IN punnane of decretal order of Uis bonor - hi Court, will be sold at public auction, at the TootineCnflee House, in the city of New - York, under thetlirectioa of Jhe subscriber, as on of the mattera of this honorable court, on TUUKSDAY, the twenty - ninth day of January tost, al It o'clock at Boon, ail that cerUia M, pifce or parcel oflaad, situate oa tbe easterly tide ofBnudttmp, in the sixth ward of the city of New - York, known at S amber 350, bounded as follows t Beginning at tbe corner of Broadway and Leonard - atreet, theuce running norther ly and upon Broadway trdrty feet and six inches, to a boue belonging to and occupied by Steihen Price, Esquire, thence earte rly along the same and parallel to Leonard street, one hundred and seventy ore leet to Benton - nree. ineoc """ - erty and spoa ttenson - sueei, uiiny ieci m nui - n to Lmnard - atreet. thence westerly and upon Leonard - street, hundred and seventy - five feet to tbe place of begianiug ; with the appurtenan ces. JJated tbe 7tbdav ol January, one ui uus - aod eight hundred and eighteen. ... , - , JAMKS A. HAMILTON, , Jan 7 tils ' Master in Chancery. 7t! ILL be sold at ouliUc sale, at No. 44 V V Ma arkeUetrret. Fhitadelpfaia, on Wednet - da v. January 14. 1810. by order of the assignees or John vYbrnnsxoB, au us biock in irane, coa aistin of Uuld and silver pntent lever and plain watcnet t.oll, gilt and tteel cnauit, seiut van Keys Gold and gilt finger and ear ringt Do - . do broaches i Spring and other brushes 8 day and30 hour movemeala . Do do brais casting Do - do nud murical bells Do " do Ctrged work and pinioos Mieet orass, pig orats, spener Black lead and sand oucibles, , Rolling or flatting millt ' rianitbing stake and hammers Clock aud watch dials and main springs And alanreand eeneral assortment of Clock and Watch Makers, and .Silver Smith' Tools, Files and Matcrkls. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. .Term at tale. jan 5 lw DISSECTED jail's OK THE VJflTEU STATES. AT. GOODRICH &CO. No. H4 Broad - . way. corner Cedar - street, have the plea sure of announcing to their friends and the public that they have juit completed a new and elegant map Diwected Map of the United Hates, which hat long been a desideratum m tnu country lor domestic instruction and juvenile im provement. A. 1 . U, tS IsO. mieau to complete a series m useful and correct dissected maps, to Which they ill respectfully solicit the public attcnUou. jan 3 lw - EAGLE TAVERN, fi'o. 9 WA ItltEsr - STRREET, ( Formerly kept by James S. Hed nbureh) - OOM1NUE3 to furnbh beef - ttcakes, oys - Vy tars. fcc. at all time of day. HOT COFFEE is constantly kept in the por ter room, with or without reluhes, in a style that will not fail to please. U. UAKt' 1 L.K. N. B. A largo upper room to let by the week, month or year. jan 7 eodtm IJfDlOESTlOJT OH SOUR STOM.1CU S acknowledged by medical writers to be a complaint ol stubborn Kind, and at aji umet very ilitlicu cot cure. I ills is suuicieniiy iiiui - trauMl in the disappointment of those who nnfor - nately suffer under it, as they, for Uie most pari, find that after having tried many things to little or no purpose, they ere at last obliged to eie (for perhaps the remainder of life) such articles a can at best but palliate the disease.' Under such circumstances, any medicine capable of remo ving the complaint, mutt ureiy no nn anicie highly deserting the nltention of all those who are afflicted with it t such a combination is to be nut with in Ir. MKAIPS A.YTi UK SEP TIC or STOMACH fLLS - the. success ol which has never vet heon eaualled, for the cure ofdytpri'iia in its most complicate! form, such US IOS l appc.lliC, nausea, iicvii. , uw.mii. - :y, knawing pain in the stomach pain in the tide, great i ostivenets, palnes in tbe countenance, languor, lowness of spirits, pain in the head, virtigo or giddiness, and disturbed sleep Whoever applies tnese pin in tne anove (urease, according to the directions, will never be disap pointed, as tliey nave never neen once Known 10 ail in prod items n radical and perronnent cure I'he iHeof a sinele box will convince the most onbelievins of their efficacy. They will most effectually remove all sourness of the stomach, not merely by neutralising the acid, but by correcting that morbid state cf the secretions which It - ive rise to it, and at the same time will re - .tnrn tn the debilitated or sans of dieettion. thai tone an I vigour which is ehuoinreiy necettary io the well neing ot tne animal economy - To be had at Brook k Carle's, Pearl - street, atJ.C. Morrison's, (ireenwich street, Bad at Hull It Bowne's 14C I'farl - ttreet. where druz - gists and country dealers will be sened on libe ral ieim. (rjT Price one dollar per box. d. - 1l6 bOARD. A number of gentlemen can be accommodated XJi. with good boarding from the 1st ol iMovem ber next, at No. 9 1 Cherry - street. ort I6 2awtr 1Ol T0N it HIDES. 29 bales prime Se;i V Island Cotton 8 do' do Upland do and ' 1000 dry oxhides for sslebv - SAUL ALLEY, dec 24 98 Pine - street Aeie and tltgant exhibition, at the old Muicum. Chattuun - Urttt. THE TOWN OF BOSTON IN MINIATURE. 'p BUCIIES.NE retpectrnlly informs tbe la - L dies and senllemen of this city, that he has now exhibiting at the above place, a complete model ol tne town ol uosion, hi mock worn, which represents tl.e public buildine. such as cDurcnet, store, pumic earners, a.c. nc. Also, a View of a Sugar Plantation, blacks at work, par king sugar, cutting rane, &c kc. - A View cf South Wales. The most promi nent feature of this view it a mountain, on the summit of which is a eastle.strongly fortified ; rob bers cave in tlie interior of (he mountain, ate Admittance 25 rents. Door rpen frnm 9 o'clock in the tnominc till iu in tne everuug. jan jiw A HOUSE. . To be sold and possession eivea before tli 1st of May next, it required, a modern built substantial buck boose, three stories tiiich, (with several accommodations inn conveniences winch make it an acreeahle dwelling for a e - nteel a - mily situated in tbe most wholesome part of this City, ana having a pump .01 excellent water within the lot t tbe property a fee simple, aod free from all incnrnbrance. - If not sold at pri vate sale before the 15th of February next, it will the be s.Jd at aaction on the 16th aad W - followine day. Also, a complete set of carpets. elegant furnitures, household utensils and various effects, parricuhirty a choice collection of books. h C. G. FONTAI.vt. to whom apply lor par ticulars, at his auction 'room. No, 135 Water street, coroer 01 rioe. jan 7 tm FOR S.1LE. "Aiij The morlrrntujlt bateroent story House, No. OU Chamber - street. eowjeWsfurmsW - The furniture is new and fashi maute and - wjll be sold at a Urge reduction from cost, together with the hoae, or separately as may suit tbe purchaser. For terms apply on the premises wmc n may 0' stowed trow 1 1 until 3 o'clock. Jao7 lw FOR S.1I.E. Ths houses snd lots No. 161 aod 163 Wiiiiam street If not disposed of at pa vats tale, previous to ths 28tb iintaut, they will 00 that day be oltrJJ for sale, by auction, at the Tontine Coffee House. For further particulars apply kt No. 211 Duioo - strset. ' jaa7 tf TO BE SOLD. THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PROPERTY. BELONGING TO THE ESTATE OF ITHE LATE DR. THOMAS JONES. jf - t " H Dwelling House and premises now t,I!iB tbopostetsionofMrs. Margaret Jones, known a number 343 Broadway, Ixing 3d feet 8 incbe in widtli jo frout, and 32 feet 6 inches in the rear, aod 140 feet in depth; together with the brick stable, aod lot on which it stands, in the rear of the dwelling bouse, being about 27 feet square and tbe undivided nan oi a ioi ironucg . - . - u ft.. : - f n. Mr!.!. VM I Jttm. nard - tt reet, and 63 feet 1 0 iuc hei in Ie pth ; which undivided lot it held io common between William Denning, Eoq. and the ownert of the property mitv offered lor tale, and i intended for a passage way to ineir stames and yard. The aboye property it situated in the most eli S'ble part of the city, and is, in every part, in the nt r pair and moat complete order. ' jfJTl Three Lot of Ground, situated at the it5 coroer of Broad waj ami Wamn - street ; being known oa the map of the lands belonging to i nniiy Cbuicu as not. 415,410 and 41 ami contain, together, 75 feet in breadth on - Broad way, and in the rear u7 icetts inches 00 warren - street, and 89 feet 9 inches on the northerly side ?te lots, with the buiininzs tliereoo, are now under lease to various tenant, forteim which will expire on Uie 1st May, 1820, and at such rents a amount, in the whole, to 121x5 an nually, hetides all taxes. These three lots will be sold in one parcel, and (uhject to the unexpi red h ates. : 1 A Dwelling House and Lot of Grotml, known a Not 147 Watr - ttreet. between Pioe - street and Uie Fly Market, heins S3 feet 10 in hes io width in frt, and SI feet 7 inctus in Uie rear, and lOOfeet 10 inches in length. This bouse and lot is under lease for a term t nding lt May, 1819, at the annual rent of S50 dollar and all tmes. $ A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, Ui known as .No. 14" Water - stret. adioinin the last above ; heirs 18 fret 4 in hes on Water - street, 17 feet in the rear, aod 84 feet 4 inches in lengm. . . Tliii house and lot are under lease fr a term eading 1st May, 1 119, at Urn annual rent of 250 dollars ond nil taxes. A LOT OF GROUND, frontinz tf.e Broad way iutt Hbove Jooet - ttreet, and next but oue adjoining the.properfy of Mr. Martin Hoffman ; and the lot fronting ou Mercer - street, in th rear 01 the Broadway lot. These two lots will uesold, togetlirr, aud are 25 feet 0 inches wide, and 200 feet deep. A LOT OF LAND, known at number 645 Bayard' farm, fronting 00 Ryndert - tUett, and running from that street to Or nse street : heii.i: in id(h on Ryr.ders street 5JC feet, and on Orai ge street z) leei 0 inrnes, and 111 length 00 the n .rib erly side 145 feet 6 inches, and 00 the southerly sid - 151 feei 3 incbe. .Ill the abort mmhowd properly is held in J't iimpie t ntjouowint u ntia untter a It - ait J rem Ca unbia College. 54 vtan nj'uliuh Unit vat rtit vn lit oepicmoer tail, A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground. known at No. 817 Greenwich street, unw uiKk - r leate for the annual rent ol 2. - M lol art and all taxes ; lease expires 1st May, 1821. tl A Dwelling Honse aod Iot cf Ground. imij known at No. 215 Greenwich street, now under lease fur tbe yearly rent 01 3M dollars and ail raxet ; lease expire! 1st may, I. tfTjl . A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground. auizil at the corner uf Greenwich street and Bm clay street, undct lease for 450 dollars aud taxes; leate expiret Itt May. 1831. fiT Two Dwelling Hoowi and 1 - ott of VinsslGrouod, known uiio. 69 and 71 Uaiclav strret, now under lease for 600 dollars annually ami all (ax"S j lease expires 1st May, 181. These two house bein: leased loieeltier, will be sold togetlier. sVh ' A Dwelling I lonsa and Lot of Ground, Suryii known ns .No. 67 Barclay street, now uu tli. 1 ,1 ae for the annum rent of HO dollars and taxrs 1 lease expires Muy 1st, 1819. A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, it nisi known as No. Ca Barclnr street, now un - dei lease for the yearly rent of 00 dollars and the iaxes;ieae expires may isi, ini. I ini kiutetiolil property curnot Cunvemently be ill - scribed within the limits of an advertise, meat, but the size and extent of each lot way be particularly seen on a map thereof, at Uit udice ot w. JIM r.o, 4 1 uie sirtei. Tlie tiUe to all Uii proj erty is unquestionable. the greatest part of lira property having been owned and nossessed by the late Dr. Jones and his representatives for mors than 25 years, now last 1 and for such port as has been purchased within that period trie subscribers bold warranty deeds from tbe grantors. 1 he house and pit mines first above described it offered at private sale, and may be viewed after tne fourth day of January next, any day be. twtea one and two o'clock in the altcrnoon. II not sold on or before thetHenlieUi day of January next, that property will be sold by auction, on Thursday, the i'Jlll day of January, at tbe Ton tine Coffee House, at It o'clock at noon. The residue of the property will be exposed to sale hy auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, on Tuesday , the tenth day of February next, at 10 o'clock ia tlx forenoon of that day. The terms of sale for tlie house and premi ses No S43 Broadway, will be 10 per cent on the day or silc and one third of the residue on the first of May next at whxh time a deed Will be executed and possession given the re - naming two tli rrts to be paid in 2 annual payments, with interest, from the first of May. sc - ired by a bond and mortgage on the premises. Terms of sale fur the rest of the property will be 10 per cent on the day of sale, 1 - 3 of the residue on the de ivery of the deeiU, which will be about 10 days after the sale, and the remaining two thuds in 3 qiial annual payments, with interest from the date of the deeds, secured hy a bond and mortgage on the premise the purchaser are to receivr th rents of such part of the property as are under lease from the 1st of February next. ' For all other information and pa ttcularly in relation to the title of all the, above property. applr to D. JONES, esq. at his office 44 Pine - street, where the title deeds, and maps ot Uie property may oe at en. - tIAIWAKr.T JUJir.S, 1 M ai. 1 by uki.m'imi, Kxec'rs. M KY GELS TON. 1 dec 30 eodtds FOR SALE. By order of tiie execatort of Georre Slant 00, deceased, the two story house and lot o. to riarnton - strett. baid mxie is hrit front, contain lour rooms with bre - Uires. a cellar kitchen, cellar, and a fine vault in the eel lar. roe lot 1 eighteen fe. t 8 mche m WHlth, front and rear, and eighty seven feet six incbet in K'ntjui a aetiiaDie situation lor aimaii geo - teei tamiiy. t or terms, Co. apply to JONA HAN LITTLE. 218 Peatl ttrceL Or,.. 1 HK.KI STANTON. Brooklyn. (tt - Should the above property not be dipo il of hy tl 14th January next, it will 00 that day be sold at the Tontine Coffee House, by Messrs lloGtnan it Ulass,to close the concerns 01 uie estate. dec 3 1 StawSw 7T, " REAL ESTATE. UmbI t"t le the fee simple f 112 fee' front on DivUion - ttreet and 45 feet front on Eldridge - street. nuking a front of 177 fret, under a lease of 5 year The dwellings are all occupied as retail dry rood stores. This property is worthy the attention of a capata - li.t who wishes to invest bis rash in real es tato. If ihe l ases and houws was purchased will give 15 percent per annum. The terms ire 1 - 5 ch, remainder on mortgage for number of years The title unquestionable. and a war - e : ee deed s ill be given For par - - .tculars, apply to - JAMES W. SHAW, No. 3 Bowery, ALSO, A stock of Dry Goods on liberal credit, f r approved security. Apply as abore. dec 30 codJw O . ,' . FOl SALE, A Farm situated on Uie east bank of II ud - sou a luver, nve siuica norm w um .iii.i,v - . c - - m .r .ft.. .Illo.ta ' pmithkeepsie, tn the county oruuicotts, yon taimns - six hundred and seventy acres, having a front of three quartets of a mile on the river, two hundred and thirty arret of which its Hue plain ol gaat fertility, the residua is arable of a different quality, pasture, meadow and wood, of which there is a great abundance 01 Uie finest kinils. There are upon tne premites a goon raraumnr, a barn and extensive shedt ; a large and excel lent riwelline house and a variety of out - build ings, with every convenience for a large farming establishment. The farm is very well watered nH 'in ond fence, nnd has upon it two thrifty young orchards; nnd Uie garden is filled with a great variety of the best fruit. Uis in the neighbourhood 01 an Episcopal And a Presbyterian Church, and adjoint so academy for ths education of boys, under the direction of Doctor Allen, and within u mile of Hyde Park landing s from whence iloopt tail every week to New - York, and where pasM - ogert are taken and landed by tlie passing steam - Doait. j nit tract may oe uivi - ded into three convenient firms ; 200 acre mat he taken trom the north and 200 from tlie south. (leaving 270 acres, with Uk - priucipal buildings, in Uie centre) on both of which are fine situations. commanding beautiful and extensive view of the river and adjacent country. The above will be told altogether or inseparuie part to tuilUie purchaser. - Alto for sale, two Farms, situate in the town of Washington, in the taru county, lying about twenty miles from tbe river, one of them contain ing 211 aires, Uie other 383 acres; 00 both of which are new and commodious dwelling houses, barns aad out huildines. and food beanns .or chard! ; the soil fertile and the farms io excellent fence. A considerable part of Uie purchase money for the above may remain lor several years on inter - ett. For farther particulars spplv to Uie subscriber. JoHN JOHNSTON. Hyde Park, Noy. 27th, 1817. dec I " ' r eod6w TV LET or for SALE, at nnn ponnnon given imnieuiairiT, a convenient two story house, finished in Uie yipd era stile, now occupied by the subscriber. ELBERT ANDERSON, dec 9 tf No. 28 Provost - street. A r.lLUABLb EAR.V, 4aii To he sold or exchansed for property in ew - 10rs. The tubsrriber being in a very low state of health, and having very little hopes of recovery, otters for sale his I arm al uarhadoei ntcu, conn ty of Bergen, containing about one hundred and thirty five arret of arable,' meadow and wood land. This farm lie on the main road between New - York jnd Newark, about half a mile Uiis side of Newark Bridge. It is in a very highntat? of cultivation, and is nol surpassed hy any other in the vicinity of New - York, as n valuable and itgrteahle residence, either lor the fanner or private gentleman. The dwelling hnue, though small, i neat and well finished, And the fences, Kates, hanit, stables, and other out - houses, are in e xcellent order and well planned. In front ot the hru - e, bordenirg on the public road, is a hnndsnine and well stocked garden, and on the premises 1 A young and thriving orchard, contain! a hoice toirclioo of the beit grafted fruit tree. A more particular description of Uie property is thought nmierrsiary, as tnoe disposed to iiiifctmse will vK'w the premise. The title i io - diputahle. ror particulars, apply to the subscriber. No. 188 Pearl - street, or to Mr. Andrew mith, nenr the piemiscs. novMtf IU)I.F.RT STUART. ebTOKAGr. .S'tomcfe miy be bad ou 'he firtt floor of the tore No. 29 Sou'h - street, which will save the expense of hoisting. . dec 26 VALUABLE PROPERTY ron sale. IV I I.I. H M).. V - vl' At public auction, on tlie premises, on m.ti ... : . Thursday, the 22d day of January next, atone o'clock, P. M. . A SMALL FARM, containing about ten a - trcs of land of the first quality, lying in Brooklyn, about two nnlrs from Uie terry Ua the premi ses is a namitpni? nev oweiuug nouse, sianiimg on anrmoience, wliicncnmmnnilt .1 most beauti ful and extensive prospect of .ew York Bay, S'aten hl'tnd, he. and 'or plcasautness of situa - tion is noi ex ceded in Kin't county ; and a new uaro or tvaniage nou'c ALriO, A FARM ol about 17 acre of upland and 8 1 - 2 of bait nv ailow. adioinins the property be fore described, havin: a coikJ bouse, barn, Ai.c. A FARM, rortaiuiiig about twelve acres of upland, in a high state of cultivation, and 8 1 - 7 acres of salt rm adow, adioinirg the tumpiRe leading irom Brooklyn to Jamaica, onv - hichi an excellent younz orcha.'d, a good dwelling h.uie, afirit rute barn, tc. Vc. S.IKK wriK, Four lots of Wooitland. 01" 7 acres each, Ivins atoiit a mile ftom the above described fnnni. Tl.e above property will lie sold separately. Any peri 'B within to purchase is invited to call 011 the subscriber, by whom Uve premises will be shown, and any farther infnrmalioa given, which may be required. JUrt.i U. tlAL. inn 3 Ids ' , Brooklyn. TO LET, I For a term of years, the boose and lot N .5 Broadway, at prrwot occupied by the diss Kinscv's. as a boardins house, tor parti culars enquire of ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, Clermont, jan 3 tFl PA VkXr ELASTIC R.1ZOR STHOPS; GF.ORG F. SANDERS, lately from London, once more aJJresses ths public, thank? hem for past favors, and ones more ventures to recommend his strops at one of the most comfort - giving contrivances that ever blest the chin of u an. He will instruct any lelf - shavmg gentle man in the use of it, and when one possessed of he secret and a box of composition, n may say with the pot of nature, " To shave to sleep perchance to dream while in the operation and who would bear Uie tweaks and acts of bar - Iter bam ; who would grunt and sweat under a lost home beard, or a dull raxor use, when he might his quietus maka with a simple Saunder't strop f" Come then to hit manufactory at the corner of Reed - street aud Broadway, and there you wm una tne suosrnDer always ready to re - ceivs tne commaodt 01 ms customers. der 5 tf RtrOSEVELT STREET NOTICE. VTOTIC: L is hereby given to all pernt inter - ; s csted. mat the commission! nf estimate and asessment. appointed by the supreme - court ol judicature nf Uie state of New - Yrs;. to per ioral reruns uuiie relative enlarging and improving lUosevelt - street, between bat - tvia Lane and front - street, in tbe 1 ud citv. have completed their estimate and aMestraent. as we 01 the Vrt and damage sue tameil, ner and above the txntnt and advaoiaes received by the own er of the lands aid premises rtrpnred for the said enlarging vou iinproving ivmseven sireei, m a foresaid, as also of the benefit and advantage re. cived by the owners and parties interested of andineertaia rands and premises not required for the said improvement : and we the laid coouaisionerft have deposited a true coo nf such estimate and asesment in the clerk's ofljee, of tne city oi 3ew - s "TK. lor the insprction of whomsoever it may r oncer. And ootira is twrebv farther givto, that tbe report of the said estimate irm as - e.ment ill be presents' I .v confirmation to the uirme court of fodicatur th slate of New - York, at the capnot. in - th city of !!any, on Fiiday, the sixtrt slhday of January nrki.atuie openins; 01 ine said court, oa lost oiy, or as s on tlierealter rouosel can I nearn thereon. Llated this ZVUi day of Decern ber, l:ii7. (Copy) ' ' RtHJER STRONG, 1 rjARV, " dec 29 101 4 ,Td, - roo,(w.,fK,)llfrf Wm sinw a lev. 31 J ion - street, on the 30th Dec. of a utht r r d . olor, slit ia both ears, shoot 7 yesrt old. W hoerex will bring the said Cow or give aay tnToruutioB thereof, shall receive a Keperoos reward. Ja 6 !;. ' P03T CHAISE LINE. at, i . T' - x - FOR PHILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Passenger and thrir baggage (through intone Any) will leave tbe City Hotel every day (buu - dayt excepted) at 7 o'clock io the mominz. by way of Newark, and arrive the same day at Philadelphia. - Tlie MAIL COACH PILOT, in oppowUoo to the Mail Coach, with luperior accommodations for Paisetizcrs and their bacxase, will leave the City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) ot half runt I o'clock P. M. will proceed before the Mail, and not subject Io the inconvenience of - ttoppwg at tbe numerout rost uuicet on me roan but every accommodation provided for the tra veller, nnd arrive ome hour before Uie Mail at Philadelphia. All letter ano paper carried free ot expente by the Coaches. For eat in the above line apply at the Pott Chaise and Albany Mail and Diligence Utnce, No. 118 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel. . fjT All good and baggage at Uie risque of the owner. JOHN N.CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK & SON3, Princeton. STOCKTON & HOWELL, Philadelphia. ' A. R. Erprute lent Io any part of the Union. Jao6 v - f POST COACH LINE for PHILADELPHIA IMPORTANT TO rAbSKMOEHS.t No cocnecUon with the post chaise line or the steam - noat ArajA. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OrPC SITION REVIVED A NEW Line of Pott Coaches on Springs wiUi XX every convenience lor patsengert and 01 gage TH KOUH n IN VSl. DA 1 between New - York and Philadelphia. The Pott Coach Line will ttart from New - York every morning at 6 o'clock, (busdayt excepted) in the Steam Boat Atulanta, and arrive at Philadelphia Uie tame evening, 10 the Coach, t are 8 dollars. 7m Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, will start from New - York every morning (Sun d.)i excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Ataiania, Iroiu the north tide ol the Battery, 'odgp at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 10 o'clock ; Fare through $5 50 The luitedStatet MAIL COACH, on springs, with every convenience for passengers and their bagage, start from No. 1 Cruirtland - street, 2d office trom Broadway, New - York, every day at 1 o'clock, and arrive at Philadelphia next mdVo - mg at 6 o'clock. Only 6 patsengert admitted in this Coach. Fare 10 dollars. - Passengers sre requested to be particular in taking their teats in the Pott Coach Line, at tlie coaches belonging to this establishment are of a superior quality lor tbe accommodation or passenger. , For seats in the hove named Line, apply to 1 iivsi oiii irir.LU, at toe ora estai.usnea Coach, bta - e and Steam Boat office, at the old No. I Courtlandt - stteet, the econd office from Broadway, New - York, or to ISAAC BROWN, Henin Boat Hotel, No. I Wathingtoo - ttrei t, corner 01 jriarKeiDeid - street. near Uie Uattery. ttt' - AII goods and baggage at tbe risk of the oner. JUStrn fVON, SONS it W. N. B El Dresses tent to any Pert of the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. nov II NEW ARRANGEMENT. UJS. MA IL - COA CHtM, BETH EEJfXEIV - YORK ft PHILADELPHIA. 07 Tbe public are assured that there it now hacdjome coathes, on springs, equal to any in the u. Stales, now ruutung on this hue. . rassengen lor the U. S. Mail Coach will leave New - York every dsy at 1 o'clock Dins at J. Lyon ft Son's hotel, at Powle's Hook, and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only six pas senger admitted in the Mail Coach. Fare $10. For seats, apply toTHOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established coach and ttage office, bid No. 1, Courtlandl - street, second office from Broadway, New - York. AU good and baggags st Uve ntk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS k Co. N. B. Expresses, coaches, extra stares, tic. furnished to go to any part of the United States, on the fhort est notice, by Too. Whitfield, No. 1 ourtiauiit - ttreet, York:. nor 5 TO LKT, The Store No. 134 Front - street, an ex cellent stand for a Grocer. For further particu lars inquire of RIPLEY H WELD, - nov II 192 f ront street. a ' TO LET, And immediate possession rirtn. the house No. 9 Pearl - street, together with die tta ble and COacb House 10 the rear on Bndge - tt. 1'he premises sre in complete repair and hav. every convenience necessary for the accommo datioo of a family. For particulars apply to. " ocixa - L.. KIlAUIon. BANCKER - STREET NOTICE. NOTICE it hereby given to all persons interested, that the "commissioners ot and assessment appointed by the supreme court of judicature ol the state 01 New - York, to per form certain duties relative to the enlarging, extending and improving of Bnncker - ttreet, between Clinton street and Grand street in the said city, hate completed their estimate and assets - meat, as well of the lost and damage sustained o - ver and above the beneht and advantage received by the owners of Ihe lauds and premises required lor the laid enlarsinr. extending and imorovinc of Bancker - ttteet asforetiud, as also of the be - oefit and advantage received by Uie owners and parties inter, stud of aud in certain lands and pre mises not required for tlie taut improvement Aad that we Uie said commissioners, have deno - sited a true copy of such estimate aod assess - raeut in the clerk's office of Iherity of New. York,. or me iiis( - ciion 01 wnomsosrver it may concern. Ami noUce it hereby furlhei riven that the renort of the ssid estimate aod assessment will be d re sented for confirmation to Uie supreme court of lunN - Biure 01 uie tiateoi new - 1 oca, at the capital in the city ol Albany, oa Friday, tbe sixteenth nay 01 January next, at the oiiemnr of tbe said court on that day, or as soon thereafter ss coun sel caa he heard thereon. Dated this 26th day of December, 1817. PKTf.a HAWES, ) ROGER STRUNG, Commissioners tfc.JAMlN A. AKERLY. dec 26 18t CORPORATION PROPERTY. , TO be sold at public auction on Friday thr t 20th February, 1818, at the City Hall, 12 The hirhly valuable FARM now orcuoied ht Mr. William A. Hardenbmok, about 5 o.iles from the city, containing together nearly fiitv n - cret of land. It will be sold io lots from to 10 acres earn, situated on the 6t, 7lh. 8th, 9th, U 10th avenues 1 00 tbe latter stand the dwelling bouse and nut biiil.tings, but a short distance from tbe Hud ton River. r . This property it wortLy the attention of those wbo Wish to possets handsnaie rninilrr vili 1 . icontimtyt,, the Hty, commandi. views of .ft.. 11.. . . - . . . " iiuus m, retina situation, and Choice quality of some of Uie ground, togvUier with a ample atirwila ftr - ..l ... . . .1 "irr wwu, nmaer it ooe ot uie most desire, ble objects of purchase. . RiP the premiaa may be seen, and for - tner panftcniars Known, at the CooiptroUers Of - uu. . ,. jan 0 dts 4 (Gtcsmlag pibfiekaow hew to ditH . :" - c eo thing that diner. " mm DOCTOR HORNE, formrrr of the city of London uviKocr u, UIB laCUIly Of phmi. and turgery there, deems it IJi ' y to repeat soa1oom.,. " Uie ahirnt of MERCK . - rash, mdisc t imirab:, ao, twrnisji: bed use IH.W, tat been pmdsi. tire of infinite .niirhi.r tH. lands ore annually mercurtaliEed out of niZ' ence. The disease we have in new owes its f. fal resulU chiefly to this source. VV hat a 'ritlT that a vouns man. tlw hnt. rJ ki. - . r the darling of his parents, should be saitcli d a. way from all the prosierts aod eiijoymentaof life by Uie consequences of one unguarded moineLt and by n disease oot in itt own nature fatal an? which only proves to from neglect or impropS treatment" A reotlemar, (late Dr. HH Uent) now perfectly bearry Bad well. Dad be, under phytkiao of genpi J practice, six years! and reneatedlv; vhon Dr. H. (by gnntlemaa of thit city) hi bones were carious, and hit flesh dropping from the in 1 hit friends declared be could not possibly turrirt two months longer. Thousands experimentally know with what ease and safety Dr. II. ertdi. catcs the severest cases, and confirms the constitution. The Doctor's plan (advertising) is n. cestary to guard the pablic against the boom, of m P M'li rv .nft nlhfr Culnl itdliulM,. ft. . ftl r Pertoot, therefore, having , contracted a private disorder, or suspecting latent poison, am admonislied not to tamper with their coostits "..v. uiwiuri ui fait recovery ; others havuig the remains of an old cast, or other impurities of Uie blood, as well as other complaint of a delicate, nature, m either sex. should remember posterity, and do justice ' to their conscience, by mating application, to Dr. II. at hit old and retnectahU ..i.k n.i.iiiriii. j . . m m a im - 1 v irri. hi r nniMM . . ftj. c. A..... - . r" 1 . of Old - tlip, to obtain that prompt assistance a - lone calculated Co prevent disclosure. Agd here let me claim your serious attention Remember' a superficial cure it 00 core at all; unless theb.' rinensis radically done, you will certainly havs the disorder break out aguin W1U1 redoubled mt ' lignify, at some future period ; rbaps then will he too late for remedy. Don't yon 01 ten meet ia the streets miserable, mutilated beings, wrthott - Tea a mi ui avae oa uieir race f "i aKO Wtunine. I beseech you. .1 Dr. H's. character for skUl and stubborn intt - ffri'v beirur universally known inthiaritv 11)04, guarantee to patients that delicacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, and bavins confined hi. practice for years past, exclusively to the cure of diseases of Uie blood they may safely caj. ' culato on the most decided sd vantages u consulting Dr. H. 1 . Gleets eradicated iatws or three weeks - Strictures removed witboo' hoiigies or any other instrument ; and all .debilities ; likewise ait old ulcerations, fistula's to. A plurality of officet are prorided, and so sit, ited that patient are not exposed toeach otherH ' observation. Opeo till half past 9 in the evening. All persons concerned are united to he freeia of cost. And here the Doctor cannot mwriA k - cxpression of gratitude for innumerable recom - mendafiont, and for tbe decided preference (it is presumed with just cause) long given him by a judicious puhlic . . N. B. AH letters mutt be pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. . - ' v IIY7 1 Tin aj - TR. r.VANSI .iinwins Jy method ofca riot; aces - tain Disease, is eow universally acknowledged in ihia V rity; hi mode of treatment f it perfectly mild, safe, expeditions, and his charges Ireasonabie. In 'every ia litance he warrants a car. I and will return the pay if b . j&k 'o contract. at at 'I'hB ait no nat snMeusM k.lV.A t . ... - tUIVW - tSSAITAI BIWOTI OOaWfTsMf. cloity - , laboring under varioiit clonic duewetu . J UCfC aWC lUtUIT lltWill AU .Uia CUT aalwf tm mi - .!... mcars, scrofula or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the urethrs, bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaints aailA tAtirara ntn invalapaa. . I - , . 01 a certain aaiure, owous and other obstruc lions, rheumatism, ftc. which thsy consider incu - '. - SllD. hospitals ia Europe If years, andr.r some of the first Surgeons and Physicians in Uie world, sett made those obstinate diseases his constant stud forSOvears. . . Oct 12 - - rCr VVHEATON ft DA - V IS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite St. Pauls Church, offer far sale, wholesale and , retail, a large and elegant as - - tort men t of Curid Maple, plain painted and ornament ed in gold at bronse, Bamboo. Plain aod Gilt Balls, Rock - , log, Sewing, and Cosrversa - tioo Chairs, Sofas, Settees. ' .oungees. Musk Stools, tc. Orders from an v Dart of the continent exacated ' with neatnes and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted aad ornamented. octl3 A sovereign remedy for colds, pbstioate coojhs, asthmas, sore throats, approaching consumptions, and most disorders of the breast aad lungs - .. . ; I he celebrity acquired by this medicine thro the U. States, for speedily removing coughs, colds, hoarseness, tc. exceeds all former ex amples. .Sold at LK.E S Medicine Store, No. 46 Mai den lane. .Druggists and country ttore - keepu supplied on liberal term. ,. - ' Certified rases ol cur may be teen at place ot ale. . dec 3 ". A GRLAT - NAT U R A L CURIOSITY..'. rTlHC pablic are isor. X. mod that this mom ing wat landed the long expected FEMALE EL - t - rurm 1, ana ""7 - . Kl MlA RMftfL seen mi iJU . "LZL " way, near n uwwf.'" Hall. The tise of fbi .. .ft. . 1 f.. l,,h am. A .Iftftnt IB R3C( . lonr from the end of the Proboscis to the end "! tbe tail. She is to be seen irom o'ciocst n. to 9 in the evening. Price of admittance 25 - . . . . . ft . u centt. - novru Q WANTED, - To hire or purchase, a good twa story brick house, sittisted on the west aide or uie town, between Liberty tt Chamber - streett Possession to be taken at any time previous to the 1st of Msy next , Apply at No. 148 W1 ter - atreet. . ... . J;.n 5 od6t FOt 3ALK, The House and Ut No. 101 LibrtT - L I feoih ti UI. krvarflh 91. Drretri of the lot 1U' feet. Those who may wish to porchase PwvvJT ty of this discription, can at aay time view too premises, aad terms of tale msy he - agreed oa, by applkatioB to ' ' , . PbTT ft M'KINSE. dec SI 56 Soiith - sreeL; ITtNGLiSH Cannon aod Musket Powder, tot Hi talehy ' ' , LEROt, BAYAIlD ' dec 0 , , - NEW - YORK: ' PRINTED AM) tUBi lSMD MIVnAEL BURXHA l I k CO , No. 42 Pma - sTssW AW "Willi CL'HE FOK COI A - H - COl.Da, &c. ,f ( V 71

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