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W. CHANCERY. IN CH.CERY. " : , v . . ; ',. . State of New - York, at, ; IN pursuance of a decretal order of thi bonora - - tUArt. tu - Uin date the 7th dftV OI Jol last will bsoldatpiihlioctWw at the Ton - .Wit direction ol Uie uhcriher. u one of the master of thi court, on Thurtday, the 8th dsy of January next, at twelve o'clock at noon, " nil 'tlmi rersaif, hlnr.k. or piece of rroand nod toil under water, to be made loud and ground, out of the North or uuotoo' mrer, innate, lying ana being between Wailiington - rtreet and a certain ' new street of seventy in breadth, to be made rmntirtf on tlie taid North River, called West - street, and i bounded as follow : north - easterly nod easterly by L.iDerty - treel t wortn - weieriy miu westerly bv West street aforesaid : south - westerly and westerly by Cedar - street, aud aoutii - eaaterlv aad easterly by Washington - ' street : containing in breadth on Wasliington - ttreet and West - street one hundred and tea feet " ail inches, and in lungth alonjpLiberty - atreet one tiundred and seventy - seven feet, and along Cedar street one hundred and seventy - two fcet" ( together with tlie appurtenance, subject never - i thelea to the rent, covenants, retlnctioas and agreements to which said premise are subject, in favor of the corporation of the city of New , York, as imposed, reserved and created oj mem. , u mean or. vow, mi . JAMES A. HAMILTON. - , Master ia Chancery. . . - Note - The sale of the above property it Pt - ,peoed to Friday, the 30th aslant, - at eleven o'clock, A. M. at the sane place. It wiH be told ia M or parcel, - and oa liberal terms which i may be known by applying at the Master office, - No. .1 Law Building t where a map of the premise may bveea. January 8th, 1818. - JaaVdt IN CHANCERY. State of New York. is. TN pursuance of a decretal order of this bonora - 1 hie Court, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - .'York, ander the direction of the subscriber, a one of the mAster of thi honorakie court, on .THURSDAY, the twenty - ninth day of January int. at IS o'clock at noon, all that certain lot, Dtece or oarcel of land, sitoate on the easterly aid of Broadway, ia the tilth ward of the city of New York, known as Number 350, bounded as follows : Beginning at tlie corner or Broad - - way and Leonard - street, thence running norther I and noon firoadwav thirty feet and ail inches, to a house belonging (o and occupird by Stephen trice, fctquire, toe ace easterly along tne tame .and parallel to Leonard street, one hundred aad seventy Dve leet to Cenioo - streei, wence ouui rlv and uooa Benson - street, thirty leet (is inch e to Leonard - street, thence westerly and upon Leonard - street, one hundred and seventy - five feet to the place of beginning ; with tne appurtenance. Dated the 7th day of January, one thous and eight nundrefl ana eighteen. JAMES A. HAMILTON. J an 7 td ' Matter in Chancer IN CHANCERY. Stmte ofXeu York, u, TN pursuance of a decretal order of this hono 1 ruble court, bearinc date the 10th day of No vember, ia the year 1817, will be sold at public .auction, at the Tontine cooee Mouse, in me ci - iv nf New - York, oa Wednesdav. the seventh dav of January next, at twelve o'clock, noon, nil that lot. niece or parcel of eround. situate in the fourth ward of Uie city of New - York, on I be comer of - Cherry and Uover - etreet, bounded northwest' erly in tront on Cherry - street northeasterly by crmind bclrmeinc to Maria Osgood, southeasterly in the rear by ground now or late the property of , Doctor Joseph Yoaog, and southwesterly by l)o - ver - streel ; and is now known and distinguished by bouse and lot number two Cherry - street, aad house number one Dover - street ; containing hi breadth, in front and rear, tweoty seven feet and six inches, and in length on each aide one hundred and seven feet, be the same more or less ; together with the appurtenances. Dated December 17th, 1817. JAMES A. HAMILTON, ' Master in Chancer. - dec 17 tawttOthD dts " The sale of the above property is postponed to the 19th instant, at the same hour and plaoe. Dated January 7, 1818. . JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 7 Itd. Matter in Chancery IN CHANCERY. 1 John B. Murray, IN purtuanee of a decretal order of thi ho nourable court, made in the above (ease, will be sold at public aetion, at the Tontine Coffee - House, ia the city of New - York, under the direction, of the subscriber, as one efthe master of this court, on Tuesday the second day of Sep. tember a est, at twelve o'clock at noon, all that ' tract of land joining on the town of Lowville, and lying in the county of Lewis, in the state aforesaid, being part of great lot Na. 4 of Macomb' pnrehate, and eo nitrite all the lot known on a certain plan or map made by Da id Bronson and H, White, in the year 1SU8, from . No. Ill to 342 inclusive, containing together 15,000 acres of land, with the appurtenances thereto belonging or any wise appertaining. Dated June SO, l17. (Copy) JAMES A HAMILTON, ' Jr 81 lawiwdtd .Matter in Chancery. The a!e of the above property is postponed to ' the 1st day ol November nest, at the same hour and place. JAMES A HAMILTON, sen 2 lawts Master in Chancery. The sale of the above property is postponed to Saturday, the 8th day of November, at the same hour and place, hot i, iuw. JAMES A HAMILTON, . nov 1 SM&F3I Master in Chancery. i The sale of the above property is postponed to Tuesday, the 18th dayof November, instant, at toe samu nour and place - ov a, it;i7. JAMES A. HAMILTON, ' nov 83 W M17 3t . Master in Chancery. . The sale of the above property isnoatnon. ed to the 4th day of December next Dated November 18, 1817. J AMES A.HAMILTON, nov 27 dt Master in Chancery. The sale of the abive property is postptned to the second day of Janaary next, at the same hour and place. tJec. ist, in. JAMt'4 A. HAMIl.TfW. dec 2 lawtds Master in Chancery, ' The sale of the above property is postponed to Thursday, the 22ri inst at the same hour and place. .Jan., 181T " JAMES A. HAMILTON, jan 3 dts Master in Chancer?. ' 7 r"" NOTICE. TY decree of the honorable Court of Chan D eery of this state, will be sold under the di rection of one of the Masters, on the second day of Februarv next, at 12 o'clock, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York All that certain tract, piece or parcel of land, situate lying and being in the county of Green and Scho - narne ana in we township! Bristol aiid f ree hold on the west side of tlie Hudson River, be ginning at a water Ash tree marked with tlie letters and figures, S 8. 1768 for the southwest corner or a tract or land patented to Samuel Sun - ret, from tbence south eighry - ti degrees, west strove cnauis oy we souin ol a tract of land pa - t ntrd to John Mono Scott, Esquire, and other, ti - ace soa'h flity seven chains and three roods, tne. - tce north fifty seven chains to the south line oi nie tract ot land patented to the said Samuel 8 ' - , tbeace south eighty - six degrees, west by the sooth line of the said SamneJ SUoges land, d'eA chains and three rods to the said water AU tree, the hounds first mentioned And also, all that certain pirt, tract and piece of land situate, lying aad iine in the town of Freehold. county m Green, and state of New - York, and contiguous to the land above mentioned, beerin . nir.e at the at line of Samuel Scovillt hod, where the ibtertecta the turnpike road, running tlx we .'i - tnoae der - e west ten chains and ix - . ty - jinks t tlie south line of the above granted Imi, tVa on tlie same westward two chains and t ft f lui!i, t.n south - ne drg - ee east ten chains a "l f trif links to the turnpike, east two chains, f i - tn liiikr, cootaini'i two acres, two roods a. 1 six rrcs, wbich tn;eir wiTA the first tract c ''.m about one hunlred and City acres, which I r mists wre mortgsed to Thomas Wiili. - .on cf . h city of New - York, Filot, to secure the cofH'Or - Mios) naoner. seated mis 5th day ofja aaary, 1818. - Ju $ AXSTfa Ida. 1 - - . r ' . VH CHANCERY. ' , - . . Z. - , . - - . nuu JVl - FsYlt, , IN psHMaoca ol aa order of this honors bk court, wiU be sold at public aocttoa at roe i line Coffte House, in the city of New - 1 or, under the direction of the subscriber, oa the 7th rirNvtnhfirust. at ELEVEN O'CLOCK hi the foretiooa - All that certain lot, Piece or parcel of ground situate Inng and Deug in we fourth waul of the city of New - York, commen cing 40 feet from the southwest corner of aew mitrKruiin iiaie tainenno - sniecii wiu wwmj - street, and running westerly along Cherry - street An fot tn nmtnit hv nr late the DroDertV ot John Holtman t tlience southerly along said ground 120 feet to VYater - etreet ; tbwaceeast. eriy along Wnter - street 40 feet, toground l.iji nr Rnitnt Moore, then northerly a long laid ground 120 feet, to the place of, beginning. Also, all that certain other lot, piece or parcel ofground, situate, lying and being in the fourth ward of the city of New - York, directly i ttiM Mr nt ih ahova described piece or par - .i nnnni and eonnneacins? 40 feet from the southwest comer f new - market - slip. and Water street, and runoing westerly along Water - street aa iwL to pround of John G. Coster ; tbence nnihuriv foor said rroand 160 feet to South trt. thence eaaterlv alone South - street. 40 feet to ground now ay late of Boltus Moore, thence aortneny aiocg saia grouna iou wei, to we puce of beeinninc. Toiether with the hereditament aad appurtenance to the lame, and every part and parcel thereof belonging or in anywise ap pertaining. Dated Nov. 4th, 1817. tntsfxte a rm fil ltrV Master in Chancery. The above will be sold in several lot. The terms of sale will be liberal and may be known by enquiring of the Master, no. 44 rine - iireei, where a map or the premise can oe seen. novaiawtlHUi dtl The tale of the above property is postponed to the 28th day of January next, at the same hour and place, uaiea nv. '". THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery, Bov271awtlan20dU ACADEMY AT BELLEVILLE, N. J. TlHIS institution will be opened on the first I dav of April next, under the direction of JAMES STRIKER, A.M. as principal thereof. The course of instruction will embrace nil the branches preparatory to a collegiate education, a well as those which are necessary for the merchant, the larmer, and the mechanic, vis : A grammatical knowledge of the English, Latin and Greek languages, arithmetic, mathematics, antientand modern Geography, including the use of globes and maps, ancient and modern histor) , natural and moral philosophy, composition, book keeping, reading, writing, &c. I'm term of tuition lor day scholar in the lowest breaches, will be two dollars per quar ter, and will not exceed nve dollars per quarter, in anv of the hirher. To those at a distance, who are desirous of aendins? their children to this healthy and beau tiful village for instruction, the principal offers to receive uionis uvrmdiuuj, a ciet;i uuujimi, who will be educated and boarded, (including washing and mending) at the rate of (160 per annum. It is requested that those who intend to send their children to the day school attached to the institution, will give early notice. In offering this seminary to public notice, the trustees entertain a hope, that the beneficial pur poses contemplated in its establishment, will not bp deleated irom the want ol puDiic patronage For the ability of their principal to fulfil the im portant task he has undertaken,' they refer to the subjoined recommendation ; and he will employ no ushers or assistants, but such as shall be moat satisfactorily recommended and duly qualified. To the Inhabitants of the village and its vicinity, they offer a well regulated school, for the instruction of their youth, a thing much wanted and long desired ; and to strangers, the advantages of education in a place admirably adapted for the purpose, by its nearness to, and daily communication with New - York, and its acknowledged superiority in point of health and beauty. nev. Dinais van aamvoora, Abraham Cadmus, aiur iii'iaiHuawcig Exekiel Wade, Jonathan Tompkins. Bellevile, lecember, 1817. r rcom m km atioit Of Mr. Slryker. the PrincitJifrgrjir college, M This gentleman is an Allumnus of Columbia College, and received a considerable part of bis instruction from me. I am therefore well acquainted with his talents and have no hesitation in declarintT him fully capable of fulfilling the task he has undertaken, with credit to himself and benefit to the community f signed) r. wil.bu.v. Jan 9 lawtfd&r. A CO W strayed from the stable of Win Slow - ley, 31 John - street, on the 30th Dec of a light red color, slit in both ears, about 7 years old. Whoever will bring the said Cow or give any Information thereof, shall receive a generous reward. Jane lw JVDGtSrOjV OH HOUR yiXXIUACH. S acknowledged by medical writer to be a complaint of stubborn kind, and at all times very difficult of cure. This i utficiently illustrated in the disappointment of those who unfor - nately suffer under it, a;they, for the most part, find that after having tried many thing to little or no purpose, they are at last obliged to use (for peruaps uie remainder oi wej pucn articles as can at best but palliate the disease. Under sucb circumstances, any medicine capable of removing the complaint, must surely he an article highly deserting the attention of all those who are amicted with it ; such a combination is to he met with in Dr. MEAO'S AJfTl UK SEP TIC or STOMACH PILLS - M succe .f which ha never yet been equalled, for the cure of dyspepsia in its most complicated form, sucb as loss of appetite, nausea, heart burn, flatulency, knawing pain in the stomach, pain in Uie side, great t'ottiveness, paleness in the countenance. lAnxuor. lowness of spirits, pain in the head, virtigo or giddiness, and disturbed sleep wnoever applies these pills in the aoove disease, according to the directions, will never be disap pointed, as they have never been once known to fail in producing a radical and permanent cure The use ef a single box will convince the most unbelieving of their efficacy. They will most effectually remove all sourness of tlie stomach, not merely by neutralising the acid, but by correcting that morbid state of the secretions which lives rise to it, and at the same time will re - (tor to the debilitated orcan of duteation. that tone and vigour which is absolutely necessary to the well being of the animal economy. To he had at Brook fc Carle's, Pearl - street, at J.C Morrison's, ureenwich - street, and at MHii tfowne's 140 rean - street, where drug gists and country dealers will be served on libe ral terms. CO" Price one dollar per box. dec 84 Aew and eitgant exhibition, at the old M wtum, Chatham - ttrtel. THE TOWN OF BOSTON IN MINIATURE, rp BUCHES.VE respectfully informs the la. L . dies and gentlemen of this city, that be has now exhibiting at the above place, a complete mraei oi we wwn oi Boston, in uioca work, which represents the public buildines. such at charcbes, stores, public edifices, &c. tZe. aim. a view oi a sugar riantaqon, blacks at work, parking sugar, cutting caoe, tic kc. A View of South Wales. Tb most promi nent feature of thi view i a mountain, on the summit of which is acastle,strongly fortified ; rob - uert' cave ia tne interior oi the mountain, etc. Admittance 25 rent. Lonr open from 9 o'clock in tbe tiu m in me tveniiig. jan a t tVH SALE, The house anil Lrvli Vnt. Ifil rxl lf.1 iluam - street. If not disposed of at pvate tale, previous to the 28th instant, they will on that day beofcred for tale, by auction, at the Tontine Coffee House. For further particulars apply at No at I Duane - rtreet. jan 7 tf STORAGE. Monire may b had on the fir. - t floor of the store No. 29 v.ulh - treeL which trill nw tli expense of koutiog. jc 2s TO BE SOLD. THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE l - ROPEO - TY, BELONGING TO THE E3TATE OF THE LATE DR. TH0MA8 J0NE3. The Dwelling House and premises now tl;;!lin thunntMXMonorMrt. Marearet J ones, known a number 343 Broadway, being 30 fett 8 incliMin sridth in front, and 32 feet 0 inches id the rear, and 140 feet in depth ; together with the brick (toble, aad lot on which it standsyint rear ol the dwellina - house, beintl about 27 fe I UK feet square aad the undivided hall of a lot fronting on Leonard street, being feet wide on Leonard - street, and 63 feet 10 inchea in depth : which undivided lot is held in common between wimam Denning, Esq. ami the owner of the property now offered for sale, and is intended for a passage wav to ihmr stable and varda. Tb above property it tit rated in the most eligible part of the citv. and it. in every part, io the best repair and most complete order. Three Lots of brouud, situated nt tne corner of Broadwat and Warren - street ; hem known am the man of the lads beln;inx to Trinity Church as Nos. 415,416 and 417, and contain, together, 75 feet in breadth on croaa way, and in the rear H7 leetb incurs on r arreu' street, and 89 feet 9 inches on the northerly tide. These lot, with the builoings thereon, are now under lease to various tenants, tor terms which will exoire on the 1st Mav. 1820. and at such nts aa amount, in the whole, to 42425 an nually. besides all taxes. These three lots will be sold in one parcel, and subject to the unexpi red leases. a A Dwelling House and Lot of Groind, known as No. 147 Water - street, between Pine - street and the Fly Market, being 22 ftet 10 inches in width in fevnt, and 21 feet 7 inches in the rear, and 100 feet 10 inches in length. This house and lot is ander lease for a term ending 1st May, 1819, at the annual rent of 550 dollars and all tuxes, ""1 A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, squill known a no. 14o water - street, adjoining the lat above : beinz 18 feet 4 inches on V atcr street, 17 feet in the rear, and 84 feet 4 idcIics in length. This house and lot are under leaiefor a term ending lit May, 1819, at the annual rent of 250 dollars and all taxes. , A LOT OF GROUND, fronting the Broad wav just above Jones - street, and next but one adjoining the property of Mr. Martin Hoffman ; and the M fronting on Mercer - street, io the rear of the Broadway lot. These two lots will uesold, together, aud are 25 feet 8 inches wide and 200 feet deep. A LOT OF LAND, known as number 645 Bayard's farm, fronting on Rj nders - strect, and running from that street to Orange street ; being in width on Rynders street 26 feet, and on Orange street 25 feet 6 inches, and in length on the n rtn - erry tide 145 feet 6 inches, and on the southerly side 151 feel 3 inches. d 11 the about mentioned properly it held in fee itmple. 1 he following it htlrt under a Uate from Columbia College, 54 yean ttf which leait va$ unrrmrea on m oepiemotr Hut. A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground, i Known as no. aw ureenwicn street, now under lease for the annual rent ol 260 dollars and all taxes ; lease expires 1st May, 1821. A Dwelling Home and Lot of Ground, known a No. 215 Greenwich street, now under lease for the yearly rent ol dollars ana ail taxes ; lease expires 1st Alay, loll. A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground. Kiusi at the corner of Greenwich street and Bar. clay street, under lease for 450 dollars and taxes; lease expires 1st May, 1821. tfJTT. Two Dwelling Houtes and Lots ol iMslGround, known as No. 69 nm!7l Barclay street, now under lease for 600 dollars annually and all taxes; lease expires. 1st May, These two houses being leased together, will be sold together. A Dwelline House and Lot of Ground, known as No'. 67 Barclay street, now un dtr tease for the annual rent of 90 dollars ansrl taxes lease expires May 1st, 1819. OA Dwelling House end Lot of Ground, known as No. 65 Barclay street, now un der lease for the yearly rent of 90 dollars and the . t . 4 , .. iaie,; lease expires may in, ioii. This leasehold property cannot conveniently be described within the limit of an advertisement, but the size and extent of each lot may be particularly "tlinfteto - seen on a map mere all this property is unauestionable. r alii, o I the greatest part ot the property having been owned and possessed by the late Dr. Jones and his representatives for more than 25 years, now last; and lorsuco part as nas been purchased within that period Lie subscribers hold warranty deeds from the grantors. The house and premises first above described is offered at private sale, and may be viewed after the fourth day of January next, any day be tween one and two o'clock in the afternoon. If not sold on or before the twentieth dny of January next, that property, together with all the rest of the above mentioned property will be exposed to sale by auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, by Messrs. HONES K TOWN, nn Tuesday, tbe teutb day of February next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that dav. The term of sale for the house and premi ses No. 343 Broadway, will be 10 per cent on the day of sale and one third of the residue on the first of May next at whch time a deed will be executed and possession given the remaining two thirds to be paid in 2 annual pay. menu, with interest, from the hrst of May, se cured by a bond and mortgage on tlie premises; Term 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 delivery of tbe deeds, which will be about 10 day after the sale, and the remaining - two thirds in 2 equal annual payments, with interest from the date of the deeds, secured by a bond and mortgage on the premise the purchasers are to receivi' the rent of inch parts of the property as are under lease from the 1st of February next. For all other information and pai ticularly in relation to the title of all the above property, applvto II. f. JOAES, esq. at his office 44 I'ine - street, where the title deads, and maps of the property may be seen. AlAKUAKKT JOiNES,) MALT BY GELSTON, Exec'rs. MARY GELSTON. S dec 30 eodtd t'OH SALE, The modern built basement ttorv Jfow.' No. 68 Chamber - street, tomplettly fumuhed. The furniture is new and fashionable aad will be sold at a large' reduction from cost, torether with tbe bouse, or separately as may suit the purchaser. For terms apply on the premises which may be viewed from 1 1 untd 3 o'clock. Jan 7 I COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE, AT Jamaica, on .Long Island. Queens County, late the residence of John Troup, Esq. drcesjtea. un tne premise are a rood two story frame bouse, barn, and other out - buildings ; 28 acres of land in a good state for cultivation i 28 acres of wood land, of a fine thrif ty growth for fencing and timber i and a lot of 7 acres salt meadow. Un thts property are two apple orchard, and a variety of other fruit trees. Jamaica being one of the most flourish ing village on the Island, renders thi proper ty desirable lor a gentleman retiring from bu s in ess. For particular apply to M. DITMIS, 148 Pe arl - st. 5 or to JOHN & ROUT. TROUP, jan 9 tf on the premises. FOR SALE, bral rnorxRTV ia tsjk city 01 itxw - torx A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. 11 AtW bowery STABLE m the rear toceth er with tlie LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and lfi fert on each side. HOUSE nd LOT No. 37 Veev - treet : and House wd Lot No. 39 Vcev - treet. A BOND aad MORTGAGE for 1200 dollar, do and do for 750 do do and do for 450 do On valuable property io tbe city of New - York. Tbe in'erest bat always been punctually paid. For particular inquire at tbe office of STEPHEN P. LAM0I5E, dec 10 tf No, 27 Wan - street. a TOIWsrtfMLE, l And possession given immediately, convenient twq tory house, finished in the modern stile, now occupied by the subscriber. dec9 tf No. 28 Provot - treet. A VALUABLE. FARM, To be oId or exchanged for property u The subscriber being in a very low state oi health, and having very little hope of recovery, niTr for sal., hit farm at Barbadoe neck, coun ty of Bergen, containing about one hundred and tl.irtv five acres of arable, meadow and wood - Innd. IMS iarm neson uie innin runu uemccu New - York and Newark, about hall a mile mis side of Newark Bridge. It is in avery bigtutate of cultivation, and is not surpassed .nyanyoiner io theviunity ol.ew - orn, asavaiuaoie ana agreeable residence, eitner lor tne larmer or private gentleman. The dwelling house, though mall, is neat and well finished, and the fences, pntes. harnt.' stables, and other out - houses, are r ' 11 ..I II IntWmtnf IN e rilClll umici nuu well ljiuhm'.vj. ... the house, bordering on the public road, is a handsome and well stocked garden, find nn tie i a vounz and thrivine orchard, con taining achoicc selection of the beit grafted fruit treiv. A more particular description of the pro perty is thought unnecessary, a those disposed to purchase win view trie pre ousts, i ne uue i " Hitnuinble. For particulars, anply to the tub senber. No. 188 Fearl - itreet, or to Mr. Andrew Smith, near the premises, nov 14 tf ROBERT STUART. VALUABLE PROPERTY volt balk m WILL BE SOLO. Ian,, 11 At public auction, on the premises, on Thursday, the 2Jd day of January next, atone o'clock, P. M. A S VI A I.I. FARM, containing about ten a. eres of land of the first quality, lying in Brooklyn, about two miles from the ferry. On the premises is a handsome new dwelling house, standing on an eminence, which commands a most beautiful and extensive prospect of New York Bay, Staten Hand, &c. and tor pleasantness of situation is not exceeded in King's county ; aud a new Barn or Carnage Hout j. ALIO. A FARM, of about 17 acres of upland and 8 I - 2 of Salt meadow, adjoining the property tie. fore described, having a good bouse, barn, tic ALSO. A FARM, containing about twelve acres of upland, in a Inch state of cultivation, and 8 1 - 7 acres of salt nuadow,' adjoining the turnpike leading from Brooklyn to Jamaica, on which it an excellent young orchatd, a good dwelling bouse, a first - rate barn, kc nc, LIKEWISE. Four lots of Woodlaud, of 7 acre each, lying about a mile from the above described farms. Tln ahnve nronertv will he sold separately. Any person wishing to purchase is invited to call on the subscriber. By whom the premises will be shown, and any farther information given, which may be required. JOHN C. HAM. lan 3 ids Brooklyn. 710 LET. For a term of years, the house and lot N". 5 Broadway, at present occupied by ti. - ;vli,s Kinsey 's, at a boarding house, i or para culars enquire of ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, Clermont, jan 3 tFl A HOUSE. To be sold and possession givn before tlie 1st or May next, il required, amwro nun; substantial brick house, thre stories high, (with several accommodations and conveniences which make it an agreeable dwelling for a genteel family) situated in the most wholesome part of this city, and having a pump oi esxcneni waier within the lot "tlie property a fee simple, and free from all incumbrance. If not sold at pri - ; vatesale before the 15th of February next, It will then be sold at auction on the loth and rol - follnwing day. Also, a complete set of carpets, elegant furnitures, household utensil aud various effi - cts, particularly a choice collection of books, hv V,. G. FONTAINE, to whom apply for par ticulars, at his auction room, No, 135 Water street, corner of Pine, jan 7 1m - . PROPOSALS T"7ILL be received at the office or the Com - V V missary General of Purchase;, for , i 1 1 if, . ii - manniiirfiirr lor making Clothing for the Army cf the United stairs, lor the year 1818, as lollows, viz : Grey Cloth, 6 - 4, for gnat coats Blue do do for coats, dy - d in indigo Black Cloth, for Gaithert, 6 - 4 wide wUeWrnKedoey'iforovcra... Grey Sattinet, 3 - 4 for jacket Flannel, of wool and cotton, for shirts. Samples of the above will be furnished, on application to this office, in person or by letter ; also forshoes, leather est), blankets, snort stock ings, wings of worsted, epaulets of worsted, and for iron camp kettles and mess pans. Samples of these articles may be seen on - application to the Commissary General, at Philadelphia, or to the Deputy Commissaries, at New - York city, and at Newport, Kenturky. Commissary General's Office, Philad'ia,) 24th December, 1R17. CALLENDER IRVINE, dec 26 3w Comm'y Gen. of Purchase. Tl ton SALE AT AUCJIUjY, 4m At the T. C. H. on the 1st day of March next, tlie FARM belonging to the estate of the late Dr. Isaac Ledvard, situated one mile south of the village of Newtown, Long Island. Tbe Williamsbiirch turnpike runs through the Farm, on one side of which is a new excellent stone wall, half a mile in length. The farm contains about 150 acres, 15 of which is a fine Wood Lot, with two apple orchards, one old, the other just begin ning to bear well, and a suitable proiiortion of good salt meadow. I ne mansion House i large and convenient, tour room on eacn noor, witn a fo d kitchen and cellar ; attached is a large am, crib, hen bouse, smoke bouse, well, and a new cistern, ;c. The court yard and garden contain a vanety of fruit trees and shrubbery, a large asparagus bed, raspberries and currants. Alto A t ARM adjoining the above, containing about sixty acres ; attached to which is une qual proportion of Salt Meadow, and lot of young wood, situated within lets than a mile of the iarm, containing ten acres, with a farmhouse, barn, well, garden, fcc. Likewise A Lot of Land, lying at ?prinfie!d, south of the village of Jamaica, containing be tween four and five acres on which are about a dozen large chesnut trees, suitable fortencing. 1 ne atve lands wt I oe an regularly surveyed, and maps of the same exhibited tome time previous to, and at the sale, and disposed of by tbe sen - , wiiii we Duiuiuigi inereon, inclusively. rossesnou xiven oninenrsioi April. For further particulars, apply at 49 Dey - street jan o ins PAlr.jYT ELASTIC RAZOR STtiOtS. GEORGE SANDERS, lately from London, once more addresses the public, thanks them for past favors, and once more, ventures to recommend hi strops a one of the most comfort. giving contrivance that ever blest the chin of man. Ha will instruct anv self - rhavin? gentle man in the use of it, and when ooce possessed of tne secret and a box of composition, he may say with the poet of nature, " To thave to sleep perchance to dream while in the operation and who would bear the tweaks and acts of barber base ; who would grunt and sweat ander a loathome beard, or a dull razor use, when he might his quietus make with a simple Saunder's strop?" Come then to his manufactory at the corner of Red - ttreet and Broadway, and there you will find the subscriber always ready to re - vrit c we commanus 01 nn customers. dec5 tf - f ! BROWN, stone seal engraver and jewel JL . ler. No. IC6 Rroadwav. Coal of arms, crest, cyphers, tic engraved oa sione. A handotne assortment of Cne gold teals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' swals engraved with coats of arms, mottos, and fancy device. Oiamooda, amethysts, crystals, kc. bought in uie roof n or cut to any form. Booti 01 heraldry kept with upwardt ofl w,WQ names. Jaa 7 3a POST COACH LINE for PHILADELPHIA. IKf 0JITAKT TO rA.BfcWCERS. No correction with the post c haise line or tbe steam - boat Avtha. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Post Coaches on Springs with everv convenience for passeneers and bas - gaee - TH ROUGH IN ONE DAY between C. . .......... n , . n . 1. Mew - York ana rnnaoeipnia. ineroit ioacn Line will start from New - York every mornin; at 6 o'clock, (Sundays excepted) n the Steam Boat Atalanta, and arrive at ri'tiai.cipnia tne same evening, in tlie Coach. Karn !! dollars. 77ie Steam lioat Lane I.Ma s l ni, win start from New - iork everv mornmir (sun davs excepted! at 10 o'clock, in the f team B at Atalanta, iroui the north side oi tne niuery, lodge at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelphia next morning nt 10 o'clock ; Fare through $rt 50. The United States MAIL cuai n, on springs, with every convenience for passenger and their lineage, ttarts Irom No. 1 Courtland - freet, 2d o8ice from Broadway, New - York, every day at I o'clock, and arrive at Philadelphia next morn ing at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passengers admilteoVft tins Coach. Fare 10 dollars. Passenger are requested to be particular in taking their seats in the Post Conch Line, as the coaches belonging to this establishment are of a superior quaiuy lor uie accoromoauuuu Vi pai - seneers. tor seats in the hove named Line, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - stieet, the second office from Broadwav, New - York, or to ISAAC BROWN. Steam Boat Hotel, No. 1 Washington - street, corner of Marketfield - street, near the Battery. (7 - All goods and haggnge at the risk ol the owner. i.iuro, suab k N. B Expresses sent to any pnrl of the Con THOMAS WHITFIELD, nov 8 POST CHAISE LINE. FOR PHILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Passengers and their baggage (through in one day) will leave tne uity tioiei every day (Sundays excepted) at 7 o'clock in the morning, by way of Newark, and arrive the same day at Philadelphia. The MAIL COACH PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior accommodations for Passenger and their baggage, will leave the City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P. M. will proceed before the Mail, and not subject to the inconvenience of slopping at tlie numerous Post Offices on the road, but every accommodation provided for the tra veller, aiiri arrive some hours beh re the .Mail at Philadelphia. All letters ana papers carried free of e xpeme bjr (he Coaches. For seals in the above lines apply at the Post Chnitc and Albany Mail and Diligence Cffc.e, No. 118 Broadwav. opposite the Citv Hotel. (7 - All goods and baggage at the risque of tne owner. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. JOHNGULICK&SOfrS, Princeton. STOCKTON HOWELL, Philadelphia. JV. B. Exurestet tent to any part of the Union Jan 6 tf 17.5. MAIL - COACHi.S, BETlVEENJfEW - YORK V PHILADELPHIA. Bjr The public are assured that there is now handsome coaches, en springs, equal to any in the U. States, now running oa this line. Passengers tor the U. S. Mail Coach will leave New - York every day at 1 o'c lock Dine at J. Lyon it Son's notet, at rowle's Hook, aud arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only six passengers admitted in th Mail Coach Fare tlO. For seats, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established coach and stae office, old No. 1, ConrUandt - street, second office from Broadway, New - York. All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS it Co. N. B. Expresses, coaches, extra stases. kc. furnished to go to any part of the United States. on the shortest notice, by 1 ho. Whitfield, No. 1 oiirtlandt - itreet. New - York. nov 5 TO LET The Store No. 134 Front - street, an ex - cellentstand for a Grocer. For further particu lars inquire of RIPLEY : WELD, nov 1 1 192 Front street TO LET, And immediate possession triren. the house No. 9 Pearl - street, together with the sta hie and Coach House in the rear on Bridge - st. Tbe premises are in complete repair and have every convenience necessary for the nccommo dation of a family. For particulars apply to OC15.TJ Li. DltAiilSH. BANCKER - STREET NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons interested, that the commissioner of estimate and assessment appointed by the supreme court of judicature of the date of New - York, to perform certain duties relative to tbe enlarging, extending and improving of Bancker - ctreet, between Clinton street aud. Grand street in the said city, have completed their estimate and assess ment, as well of the loss and damage sustained o - ver and above the benefit and advantage received by the owners of the lands and premises required lor the said enlarging, extending and improving of Bancker - street aa aforesaid, as also of the benefit and advantage received by tlie owners and parties interested of and in certain lands and premises not required for the said improvement And that we. the said commissioners, have deposited a true copy of such estimate and assessment in the clerk' office of the city of New - York, for the inspection of whomsoever it mav concern. Ami notice is hereby furthet given that the report of the said estimate and assessment will he pre sented for confirmation to the supreme court of junicaiure 01 uie state 01 iew - vorfc, at the capital in the city of Albany, on Friday, the sixteenth dayof January next, at the opening of the said court on mat aay, or as soon thereafter as counsel can he heard thereon. Dated this SGth day VI Ltricuiucr, JOlf. PETER HAWES, ) ROGER STRONG, Commissioners BENJAMIN A. AKERLY. ) dec 26 ir.t CORPOR.1TIO.Y PROPERTY. T'O I old at public auction on Friday the X 20th February, 1818, at the City Hall, 12 o'clock, The highly valuable FARM now occupied by Mr. William A. Hardeobrook, about h miles from the city, containing together nearly fifty a - cres of land. It will be sold in lots from 5 to 10 acres each, situated on tlie 6th, 7th, 8th. 01b, ti 10th avenues 5 on the latter stand tbe dwelling bouse and out buildings, but a short distance from the Hudson River. ITm property is worthy the attention of those who wish to possess handsome rountrv M.its Jt continuity to the city, coramanduig views of iiuu.jn, icurruiiiuiuion, and cnoice quality of some of the ground, together with an ample supply or wood, render it one oftlie most desirable object of purchase. A map of the pr mises may be seen, and fur - wier parucuiar Mown, at Uie Comptrollers Office, City Hall. 3an 6 dts k stiaechilJit paMiekBow how to m.r.r.. . tween thing that diffitr;. TOCTOR HO It NK. ft - - y, of London, S member of the facultr i ftffut Uffsnr S!iam tv to rnf at mi nnu.i: the abuse of MERCURY rash, indiscriminate, and unqosiL fied nse thereof, has been pwZT tive of infinite mischief. "nr sands are annually mercurialised out of ej ence. The disease we have in view owe it T Snl rn.nltfl rl.iaAv Sa 4Ii, mmm. 14 tin . ' . ... ..mj..j .WM.MIWU.W. r ua( Olf that a young man, tbe. hope of his couatry mil the darlinsr of hit naronU. mhnnA ha .r..r ' . a - - 1 - - , 'aiusM way irom all the prosptct and enjoyment of by the consequence of one anguarded ttiomjf snd by a disease not in it own nature fiitaL - V' which on'y prove to from neglect ; or impron treatment." A genllemar, ilate Dr. H'sl.! tient) now perfectly hearty and well, bad ben under physician of getKial practice, six yea? and rejieatedly talivaW a ; when recommended Or. H. (by a gentleman of this city) hi, h.? rre rations., and his flesh dropping from tk his fneodt dm lar' d he route not pocaibly lunhJ two months longer. Thouond expcrimtntsjil know with what ease Mid saiety Dr. H. erJi cate the severest cases, confirm the coaut tutien. The Doctor's plan (idvertisiug) nTIt cestRry to gnard the public airabi't the anas. j ..1 r . . 1 . 1 1 . . . St mrn.urj, nuu ouirrimai atiUSMHl, lie I a lorti Persons, therefore, haviti contracted a vate disorder, or usrccting latent poison. ,. ..Inuiniiluil nnl i ' tion, or conceal the disorder, till past ttcoZ. ry ; othershaviug the remains of an oldest! or other impurities oftlie blood, as well aso er complaints of a delicate nature, in eitkl sex. should remember posterity, and do iatSi to their consciences, by making applies, to Dr. H. at his old and respectable erte? lishment, No. 64 Water - street, four house m of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assists - ! lone calculated fo prevent discloture. Aru iJT let me claim your serious attention Remeaw . unj rit' I I M i . UI rllM . , & . u I .i n .w.iwa..i " a. wi , UII1C8S UlSK - . sinessis radically done, you will certain! 1 the disorder break out aaia with redoubled tii lignify, at sonie future jieriod ; perhaps then will be too late for remedy. Don't you often meet is the streets miserable, mutilated beings, wilW even a bit of nose on their face? TakewajiiijT I beseech you. Lr. H's. character for skill and stubborn fats, grily being universally known in this city, ij 1804, guarantee to patient that delicacy aad ! crecy hitherto unknown, and having confined hi, practice for years past, exclusively to tbe care ol diseases oftlie blood systam. they uayiaielyctj. culate on tlie most decided advantages ia cat. suiting Dr. H. Gleets eiadirated in Uv or three weeks... Strictures removed without bougie or any on er instrument ; and all debilities ; likewise tl old ulcerations, fistula's Su. A plurality of offices are provided, and to sit, ated that patients are not exposed to each other observation. Open till half past 9 in the eveoar All persons concerned are invited to be fretia inlling, and speaking with Dr.H. whitli it tn of t ost - And here the Doctor cannot avoid tU expression of gratitude for innumerable recon. mediations, and for the decided preference (it is presumed with iust cause) Ions; riven him h. judicious public. . a. u. am letters must he pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. An?7 1 Ai.7 THER qiACh KRl A URlMp 1 1 - ''Y , ."I" jLrurmoa clearings. co - tain Disease, itnowiuiiv - . ally acknowledged inti city : his mode oftrentaust penectiy mild, safe, tv peditioui, and his charm reasonable. In every - . itance he warrants a cw. ud will return the pay ilk, loe not perform acntutk to contract. n"wn.r uiways ODserred. There are manynenon id tlii city and iu cinity, laboting under various chronic diseues. such as cancer, old inveterate ulcer, tcroS or king evil, fistula, disease of the uretkn. bladder and kidniet, old complicated comita of a certain nature, bilious pixI other obttrsv tinns, rheumatism, ic. which they consider incs - rahle, they can certainly be cured (in genenJ) by anplving at Dr. EVA NS'S Medical Store, Sft 9, Peck - slip, hanng practised in extents hospitals in Europe If rears, ander first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, tat made those obstinate disease bis constant st!i '"' Kl IX Vlb, Fanry Chnir Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - stmt, opposite fct Paul Chares, offer for tale, wholesale sal retail, a large and elegant tortment of Curld Mm. plain painted and omamcsl - ed in gold tc hmnre, Basuhos, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Converts - Hon Chair, boras, setts. Loungees, Music Stools, fcc. Orders from any part of the continent executes' with neatness and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented oct u A GREAT NATURAL CURIOSITY. rpHK public are ist' L med that this mart ins was landed the loK expected FEMALE Elr KPIfANT. and 1 to seen at No. 296 Brott av. near Washinst1 Hall. The size of tbw aotmal is about 7 feet high, and about lone from the end of the proboscis to the end.? the tail. Sbe is to be seen from 9 o'clock A. - to 9 in the evening. Price of admittance cents. nov ana. gr WANTED 5tiJl'To hire or purchase, a good two story brick house, situated on the west side of uV town, between Liberty L Chamber - streeti Possession to be taken at any time previous the 1st of May next Apply at No. 143 Vs - ter - street J.n 5 eod6t FOK SALF, ' The House and Lot No. 101 Liberty - I Innih 34 feet, breadth 25. Depth of the lot feet. Those who may wish to purchase prop ty of thitdiscription, can at any time viewl C remises, and term of tale may be agted o y application to rOTT t M'KINNE, dec 31 56 South - street. GRAND PlAJfO t'ORTE. F' OR SA1 E at JOSF.PH WILLSOJ Music Store. 14 Maiden - lane, aremv - bly fine toned second hand piano, byBrs wood. Also, th following songs, lungbtu' Philipp : Said a smile to a Tear; Sigh not for Love Let Fame sound the Trumpet Just like Iov ; Lore' Young Dream , 1. 4 Vi . r a a iart lk,t napav inveil. fcC. The Bowor of Rotes, from Lalla Rookb - Willton. ' . Clinton's Grand March, composod by l: Willfon. The Smile of AfiVlion y Tlieyounj Mary Moor ; Oh! Remember The Wood Tecker, sung by Mr. Incledon. Flack - Eyed Stunn And every article in the musical lino Jan 7 2w T?NGLISI1 Cannon and Musket Powder, Jli sale by LEROY, BAYARD k CO. dec 9 NEW - YORK : PRINTED AXD PUBLISHED MICHAEL BUJtmiAM k CO No. 42 Pi!K - Tn:rr. iy " W 1 1 ii mn' - flT

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