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IN CHANCERY. IN CHsNCERY. . c t . ... - ' I R CHmumce of. decretal order of this hM, ble court, bearing date the 7lh dar ..rj &tau of New - York, n. Bora - last i,. n. a ir i.ul ' rv"""i ,ne ion - V " ""p oc CUT Of New - Vorb tin. - I .... .vn j uurtaov, the 8th da v I January next, at ..atie o'ckwji at noon .X that certain block, or wer, rro' nj Taod so" - " . 6"' - - ueei ww a certain fronting .,n the mid North River, c JlI Vt ' - follow.:' noXaVW i.y l,ihertysfrcet; notth - wesuwiy vtVy '"" afo. - esa.d7S '".t'1' .n.d by Cedar - strek and a '?:. Washington - .7 r . ,u ureautn on wa - 'ifw trwt and Wett street one hundred jfi'Street lux inches, and in length along d nlone hundred and BrBrt,,?!? Cedar - street one hundred ' '',y - .,w leel loelAT j(ii the a""1"' subject never - .thelets to the reT covenants, restriction and agree tn end u which laid premises are subject. in far r.i iKa corooration of the city of New - "York, imposed, reserved and created byj them. Dated Nov. 26th, 1817. JAiiti A. HAMILTON. Waiter in Chant - cry. Mote. The tale of the above property it post poned to Friday, tlie 301 b tenant, at eleven o'clock, A. M. at the laoie place. It will be told in lot or parcels and on liberal term, which may be known by applying at the Masters offirt, Ho. 3 Law Buildings ; where map of the premise! may be teen. January 8th, 1818. Jan9dta - IN CHANCERY. State of New York, ss IN pursuance of a decretal order of this hoaora - hie Court, will he skl at public auction, ai the Tontine Cnfffe House, in the city of New York, under the direction of the subscriber, at one of the m uters of this honorable court, on THURSDAY, the twenty niuth day of January inst. at 12 o'clock at noon, all that certain lot, pie'e or parcel of land, situate on the easterly aide of Broadway, in the sixth ward of the city of New York, known as .Number 350, hounded as follows : fruinnini; at the corner of broad .Way and Leonard street, thence runuine noriher ly and upon Broadway tuirty leet and 'ix inche, to a bou" neloning to and occupied oy stejuieii X net, Ktqmrc, Uieucs easterly aloni; the same and parnllel to leonard street, one hundred and evtnlv Dve leet to ncnion - street, thence souili rlv and hpoo Uenson - ftreet. thirty leet six inch es to lfinari) street, fhenoe westerly and upoo Leonard Klreet,.iie hundred and seventy - five feet to the Ja e of beginning ; with the appurtenan Ces. Dateil the 7lh day of January, one thous and eight hundred and eighteen. JAMES A. HAMILTON, ' Jan 7 tils Master in Chancery. IS CHANCERY. John B. Murray, i vs. State of New - York, ss James T. Watson. S 'IN pursuance of a decretal order of this ho - Bo irable ciurr, mule in the above cause, will be told at public audio', at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction hi the subscriber, as one ef the matters of this court, on Tuesday the second day of Sep - teraberneit, at twelve o'clock at noo' , all that tract of land joining on the town of Lnwville, and lying in the county of Lewit, in the state afore said, being pxrt of great lot No. of Macomb's purchase, and comprises all the lots known on a certain plan or map u.ade by Datid llninson and B. White, in the year I8 H, from No. 181 to 3A incl .site, cuntaining together 15,(10(1 a:rei Of land, with the aipui'tenaiices thereto belong lag or Tiny wise appertaining. Dated June 30, 1817. - (Copy) JAMES A H MILTON, , Jv 41 Iav4w illds faster in Chancery. The sale ut the above prr perty i poatpmied to tilt; 1st day ol AoveiiitM - rnext, at the same hour idplHce. A II A Mil. (ON, .seDtflawM Vlasterin Chancery. The sale of the above property riostpoued to satur.lay, tlu Ulh day ol ."veiuor,ht lite tame oourand place. Nov t, lim. - - - 1 . jaMco n riAMitjTvi.v, nov I SMifOt - Master in Chancery, The sale of the above proiwrty is postponed to T. ....!'.. II. a Mill. .Iu...l K. uun.lu.p ikfniit t1 , u&ruuj. l.iv twill Wl A.i.vlll.' i, .iia.u.i., w. the same hour and pi e. .ovH. 11117. JAMES A. HAMILTON, jjov 8 S W M 17 3t Master in Chancery. ' he of the above prope ty is postpon. d to the 4th i - i.v of December next. Dated Nuvember lintiu. JAB.j x.HKMILTON, nov 27 Ai ytin, , ijlancei.y. The m i' of the an ive propi nr , the second day of ianuarv next, at the Juour .r.A nlary. l)ec. Ut 1 K17. JA.V1L3 A. HAMU.IIJ.l, dcc2lawtds Master in Chancery. The sale f ft" ote pri p rty is jioslpontd to Thursi1"'? iM 2 ' 'n,: at u'e 'aoie hour and nUrti. Jafl. 2, v & JAMES A. HAMILTON, jan 3 dts Master iu Chir.cc ry. IN CHAVCErlY Mate of tw - York, it. IN pursuance of a d cretai order ol this honora lile court, nill he told at uhlic mil lion, ut the Tontine Coe lloitfe, in the city of New - York, cn the Jfs - 'dav of January nM. at li o'clock in the oreuoi.n, all that certain house and lot of g. - ound, situated in the city uf New - York, at the oroer rf Cedar and Williaui - stree s, and known nr! diMinguislieil as house No. 63 William - atrect ; s.dd lot hi ing in hrendth in front and year 25 feet 2 inches, and in length on Cedar - ttrect 91 leet 10 inches ; and on the southwesterly side about nin. tt three feet, more or leu. Alto, till that cert 1111 o'lier lot of eround ndj - .inine tlie forme, and tronting on William street 5 be wig in tir adih in front 21 leet 10 ii. hes, and in rear - 4 teet inclu - ; leaving an ofT - set or break on the southwest side of two feet lour inches ; and in leugth on the noitheaslcrly side about 93 feet: and on the southwesterly tide 94 feci 4 inches, be the same nvre or less. Together with alt anal singular, the hen dit iment - and appurtenances thereuuto beloiiii.i;. T. (i. MILDUETH, Jan 15 Matter i!. Chancery, IN CHANt EHY. SUteof A'ewYork, . JN punoanre of a decretal or.h r of thi honora - lh: court, bearing date the sixteenth dar of January intUut, will he sold, at public auction, at the Tontine C.iffec House, in the city of New - York, undei the direction of the suhscriber.asone of the m tteit ol this court, on Saturday the 31st of J.inunr, 1 tt - mt, it twelve o'clock, noon, all that certain lot, piece, or parcel of ground, tilu - at, l)ing ttnd bring in the second ward of the city of New. York, aforesaid, on the northerly .aide of William - street, at the corner of John - atreet ; bounded southerly by William street, easterly hy John street, noriherly by property ot James W. Rohintou, and westerly by property ty of Vlrs. Moore, containing in Iront and rear, .nineteen feet five inches, m lentih, on John - atieet.filty - one feet nine inches, and in length nn tlie property of Mrs. Moor ti'ty - two feet eleven inches, he the same more or I - ss, wilh the appurtenance!. Dated January 17th, IKI8. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 17 dtds Mat'er in t hance ry. J ACKSON HOTEL 41 s.asac street fTVIE partnerstiip ei te:ed into ly dadame B i: . . r - m muouion ana jir. ieieira. ioe carrying on 1 the Jackson Hotel, lathis d.v dissolved. ' The Hotel will in future be couducted by Ma - . dame MO DION, alone. Tlie public are hereby cautioned, that 00 debts hereafter contracted in the i - ime ofLeletra and ' Moodion, will Le paid by Madame MONDION. Madame Momlioo aolicitt such sh ire of tlie - public favour as the merits of the hotel may, hy exprrieoce, oe rouiKi in oeserve. - ' tier customers will always find a Bar aad Or - . tfiniry, or Table d'tiote, well supplied, aod 1 iarder embracing every delicacy in season. Club rooms always clean, warm and ready for us receiMioa 01 euesia. R. MONDION. Kew - Tark, Jtu. (Wa, 1818. jan 9 in W CHAKCEfiT ' - '.i r Stit.ofjta I it Mrraaactof ''e ""ft, bearing date the lOtbday of November, te the year 1W7, will be told at pahAc u. . - ew - i or,ou Wednesday, the seventh day of January ni l - - I, - .. r . I i, . t nn.B, own, ail uiai tffi?.?' PrJC'l "fewind, situate io tile fourth r"h. - " j V, 01 on the corner e 'n.,Krt0? Cr7tree. orUvwpertyol .u.,RUlg ,0 iaria tirooterlv by Do - I&rw2 ,tvr0,,,,d br hone aad he lAlver - sireet , iumo... - Jl house " ! "I" - J't ve o feeUuai an1 etn feet ,h ,me ide or, bs ; together with toe appuneuances. mrvVDecember 17th. 1817. !' a. nAiuiuiu.i, Master in Chancery. dec 17 2aw(30thD dU Vt - The sale of the above rronertv is post poned to the 19lb instant, at the same hour and place, uaieoj jauuary i, 101a. jn.iibo a. nAJiiuiu.i, Jan 7 dtdi Master iu Chancery, The sale of the above property it postponed to trie vam iiistaat, at tne tame Dour ana place Dated Jan. lyiti, in 18. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 19 dtds Master in Chnnrery. At a court oi chancery held lor Uie state of New - York, at the city of Albany, on the twenty - event!) day of Dei ember, in year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and aetenteen, PHESEBT, The Honorable James Kent, Chancel cellor. Gerard Ueekman, ri. Isaac B. Cox and Corne - nelia, his wife, and the Globe Insurance Coup ny. IT appearing by alii J nil, to the satisfaction "t tins c.turt, that process ol mriiwrna to apiear and answer io the ahure cause, hath heen regu larly iaeui d auaintt the above named defendants Isaac B Cox and Cornelia, his wile, and the (jlobe Inturaoce Company, but that the said tie frnd.inl, Isaac B. Cox, could nut, upon diligent search and enquiry; made intermediate the teste and return of the said suhpoina, be found within Uiii state, to be served tlx rewith. And it further appearing by the said affidavit, that the said defendant, l - aac B. Cox, is now within the United States, either in the state of Kentucky or in the vute of Virginia on motion of David Codwise, Esquire, solicitor for the complainant, it is ordered that the said defendant, Isaac B. Cox, do cause his appearance to be entered and hit answer to lie filed in this cause, within four months from the date of this order, or in d fault thereof that the complainants bill of corjplaint betaken i ro - confesso against him Ana it is further ordered, that a copy of this order be published within twenty days from the date of this order, in one or more of trie public newspapeit printed in this state, foreight weeks successively, once at least in every week. A copy. I3AAC L. KIP, dec 31 law8w Atiistant Register. fOl.ICE OFFICE. wr iVolice. All perom interested in, or claiming property, wlii h remains uitcainied in (be Police OlCce, on the fifth. (ay of January 18 IU .ire reucested to make nroof before the ttOth iIhv of February next, as the tame will afterward! told and tlie proceeds paid into tlie city 1 reus - ury according to law. JAMES IIOPSON, Special Justices. JOMUl HEDDEN S The other frinte.rt lor the Corporation will in sett the above in their respective pnpers once a wees tur six weeKs, on account 01 tne corporation. Jan ti lawtiw BY order of Alexandei Sheldon. Eequite, firsi judgeof the court of rommm pleas in anil lor the county of Montgomery, notice is hereby given to Nicholas Berdine, now or late of Charts - ton, in said county, an ahteoiiuiiij; oramr, v 10 an ,ithee whom it in;.v i - oni - ern. that on oi'plication and due proof made to him tlie said Alexander Sheldon, purtuant to the dirt ctio.is of the act of the legislature of the state of Sew York, entitled ' an act for relief against nhscondioe and alu - nl debtors," pasted ,March3lsi, itM., La hath di reeled all the estate real and ers.iin), vithin 'he county of Montgomery, of tlie said Nicholas Ber dine. to le seixtd s and ttiat unless ine saio .icno - I.11 Berdine do return and discharge hit debts within three months after this notice of such sei lure, all his estate will he sold lor the payment and satishsction of his dehts. MARCUS T. REYNOLDS, Attorney, dec 5 Iaw3in For attaching credito1 i Y order of the Honorable James (uld, a ra r.t' tl,o Bunerifir i - olirt ol trc Sidle Ol Con Jiotice is hereby given the credit aac E. uon. of the peiiiWy ofhisie ors ol Isaac L. tna.nn. of tlie nemtney tilim berore the honoruhle snoetT tourtj to he o - iucii ai L.111 iiu 10, in and rr i.iiciiiir'iu - .nj.i - ty, on the first IVvhiy of Frbruarv, IS IB, praying for nn act of iutolvincy. Litchlield, I6lh December, 1817. dec 50 lawSw I JY nnler ol the boLorah e Jaine UouM, a. 1 1 jude of the superior Couit fthe state of C miiecticut, notice isherehv triveo to the credi tors of R isvtell Taylor, ofw ceiiilency 01 his petition before the hfHior - Ole superior court, to he liolden at Litchfield, io and for Litchfield county, on the first Tuesday of February, 18111. pray - ine for an art ct iu solvency. Litchfield, Ibtli De cember, 1817. dec 20 law3w m CHANCERY The Eagle Fire Coutfauy of ew - York, m George Canwv II, and others. State or new vork.ss. I N nursoanee'tfa decretal order of this hnnmir - I ablet ourv marie In 'he ah - veraiw. will be sold at nuhlie moinn ct the Tonline t'oRee Mouse, in the city 0 New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, as one of tlie Masters ol tins court, on Tuesday, the 4th day of Novenilier next, at rVvelveo'clock at noon ll that piece or parrel of land, situate, lying, Hnd fr nting on WalMtreet, in the city oliNew - York, and known hy nuiiitier twenty one, being hounded as follows : Beginning at the south east corner, adioining the Iiousc owned and occupied by the Manhattan Company, and running iruni thence on a straight line northeatterlv alonir the line of the said house and lot of ground one hundred and twenty two net ; and thence running on a straight line wet terly alone theerounds helonrinetn the said Man hattan Company, Edmund seaman K Co. and Mrs. White, seventy live feet, to the corner ol Samuel Verplanck't land ;and running thence on a siraism line souinwetieriy along saiu ver Planck's land, seventeen leet 5 ttieuce run ins easterly adjoining the land forui - rly of Jhn keee, eight feet ; them e running soulhwet erlv alone said Ktcse't land five feet ; and running irom tnenr.e easieny along sai.l n,eese groom!, ten leet nine inches , and running hence on a startirur line southerly alone sanl Reese's land thirty one feet; and theme running on a straight line along said Kerse't lar.d and bouse, seventy leet to vvatl street ; thenci running along Wall - street, eight feet, to Hea rs Hermit's house , and running uiriice along Henry Kermit's house and ground on a straight iine, northeasterly, sixty feel, to a gate way ; and Mn'iir thence along said Kermit's hind southeasterly, ninetetn feet ; running thence .doojsaid Permit's house on a straight line southwesterly, sixty f, - et to Wall at ret t ; thence along sa'n Wall - street, twenty one leet nine inches, t. the place o' begiruiing" " Excepting and re - servmsthe privilege ol' UM'g the eanway from Wall rtreet, eight feet wide and sixty feet in length, as the same was granted to Daniel Bolton, his heirs . nd assigns, fctc." W ith the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise ap - ix rtaining. Dateil the Wd dny . f Jep1eiuher. 1817 JMES A. HAMILTON ep 22 law4w&Hu Master in Chancery The sale 01 the above property 1 postponed to Wednesday the 28tb day of January next, at the same hour and place. JAMES A. HAMILTON, nor 4 law ti hi aster in Chancery. J.JoiOnat the Ton - 1N rmfsaar.ee eV M of Aew - York, un - coort, will rjetoWatposcriber, on U 27th iiM r - rT, Horn. vJt ELEVEN O'CLOCK dertiM directioa.tr that certain lot, piece or dav of No vend situate Ivins and beine in the in the Xrd of the city of New - York, comiucn kkO feet from the touliiwest comer of new Uarket - alio flate Cathtrine - streeO and Cherry - street, and running westerly along cnerry - sireei 40 leet, to ground now or late the propeny pi John lloltinan t tJieoce toutherly alone aid rround lit) fret to Water - street : thence east erly along Water - street 40 feet, to ground now or late of Boltus Moore, then nortlieriy a lone: said eround I'M feet, to the Diace of Dcgin uing. Also, all that certuin other lot, piece or panel of ground, tituate, lying and being in the fourth ward of tl.fr city of New - York, directly in the rear of the above described piece or parcel of eround. and commencine 40 feet Tom the southwest corner "f nrw - market - slip, and Water street, and running westerly along vvaier - sireei 40 feet, to ground of John G. Coster ; thence southerly along said ground lou leet to souw - street. thence eaaterlv alone South - street, 40 feel to ground now or late of liollm Moore, thence northerly along said ground 160 feet, to the place of beginning. Together with the hereditaments and appurtenancet to the tame, and every part and parcel thereof belonging or in anywise ap pertaining. - .Dated lv. 4th, THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancerv, The above will be sold in seperate lots. The terms of tale will he liberal and may be know by enquiring of the Matter, rso. 41 rine - sirt - j where a map of the premises can be teen, nov 4 lawtiUth dts The sale of the above property it postponed to the 2Hth day of January next, at the same hour and place. Dated aov. V7in, iui . THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. nov 27 lawtJanSOdts fun m.i Lh, On accmumodating terms, the House and lot No. 139 Fulton - street. I he premises mavat any time be viewed and terms made known, by applying to the present occupant. J.n 16 5t for bait, l.tate, or Lit. That pleasantly situated place, on the road leading to King's - nridgc, by way ol ilarlxni lane, known as Rose - Hill. The avenue to Ma comb's bridge runs a few rods in the rear of it rendering the premises very desirable, as the house, in consequence, shews two frents. The garden, and about two acres of meadow, are well stocked with fruit and shrubbery, asparagus bed - , currants, lie. 1 he house and coach - house are in good condition, and with small exiiens can be made a very genteel country retreat. 1 he terms will be made easy. ALm, That very genteel two - story house, stable and two lots of ground, situated 111 tfank - st., Lreeu wich; at present occupied by George Lindsay Esq. Apply at 5a iiroadway ; or, to IHAKLr.b UAaLr.V, jan 15 1m , 141 Front - street. FOR bAI.E, The elegant 2 - slory brick HOUSE and lc;cre, second door from li room - street, 111 uroad mv, occupied hy Mr. i.eorge iaccy, at in uiodcmtc ground rent of J75 per annum ; ahou' 15 years unexpired ; the buildings to be valued at the end of the term, or the lr ase renewed for SI years longer; it rents for UK) per annum ; the walk and street has recently been paved. t or terms, apply to C. C. TU.MS, jan 14 If 91 Colfre house - slip. M U S 1 C. ALL the Songs, Duetts, a sung by Mr. riii - lipps at the New - York Theatre, fnr sule at Wm. DUBOIS1 I'ianoForte and Music Store, No. 1 '26 Iiroadway. Beli Id in his soft expressive fact Tho' love is arm awhile ' l is but fancy's sketch Is there a heart that never lov'd I" oiu mar thai bosom lost q'iv My early day what J w iUuu Love's young dreaiu This blooming rose at early d'iwn Robin Adair licautiful Maid Let tame sound 'he trumpet Had I abe - ft Evdecn's l!'wer Dear maid I love thee Ah sure a pain was never seen Siwd a sinife to a tear ttsh not for love My heart with love is beating The celebrated serenade of" Lillacome down Bird Duett to me" Flora's wreath. With a large assortment of new music, if - e 'J t V4LbAI - Li.Kt..lii'ii.Ol'E.Kl i tOas.voh SJ4 O. TUESDAY, the 20th January iust. ljj.s by Bleecker & liibby, at public auctiou, in ilie I online Coffer House, at li o lock, TWO LOT3 OF GROUND, wiih the BUILDINGS erected 'hereon, situate No. 21 1'ine - street, in the occupation of Robert Stuart each lot is Ti feet 3 inches in front, SI feet 10 I 2 inches in the rear, and average length 75 feet 9 inches. An indisputable title will he given to the purchaser, and possession on the first ol May next. Information as to the property, title, and terms ol sale, may he had by applying to COK - .r.l.lUS IJUtrM; T, rto 14 Cedar - street JAMES BOGERT, i Surviving F.xec - and utars of Jaco - JAMES VAN ANTWERP, busBogert Jan 9 I2t 1 Unfit K. 41ntl T o be sold and possession eiven before the litofMaynext.il required, a modem built substantial brick house, three stories high, (with several accoiiiinodifiont nd conveniences which make it an agreeable dwelling for a cmteel la inly) situated in the most uholeome part af this city, and linvinir a pii'np ol rxiellcnt waiei within the lot ; the property a fee simple, and free from all incumbrance. If not sold at pri vate sale before the 15th of February i;ext, it will then be sold at auction on the 16th and fol following day. Also, a complete set of carpets. ch - gant furnitures, household utensils and various 1 ff - cts, particularly a choice collection of books, I'nvi'iivr 1 1.. - ,. oj v. . i - r m luwiiouj n1''j lor itir - ticul.trs, at his am Hon room, No, 135 Water street, corner of Pine, j in 7 Im ;,.f Lots in the 5. fi, 8, and 10 Wards ; many ot vhich are on regulated and paved streets. No money wul be required under ten years, if told, inti jest excepted. HOUSES. Several two and three story houses, on which a great part el toe money rem. .in n mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent tihnd for business with ten acrrs oflatd, pleasantly situated, witli a wharf, store house and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Neat New - Haven, with 40arresr f land, and a never lailm stream, upon which 20 mills may be erected, wnn a sumc.em y 01 water tor each. Appiy at No. 2 Greenwich street, lei 1:1 tf PUBI.P. SALE. ON Tuesday, tlie 27th of January, at twelve n h!t. will he sold ly Hoet it Town, 'hat valuable abd pl'ns.intly situated Property in Brad - ,reet, belonging to the estate 01 the late Mr. Mm Post. Tlie Lot is 47 feet 8 inches front and rear, , - n the itn'th I'jdieet6 inches, and on (he sout'i siile VM feel io depth. The House tanJs atv - ut the centre of the Lot, leaving a good g.mgway on the north side, ami fine garden front und irar. The situation is deemed delightful. Persons desirou of purrhaing, are requested to view the premises. Title indisputable. Possession will he given on th - 1st day of .May nexL Further conditions on the day of ta'e. lkborah Pol, ) IK - honth IVvegtats, Execatriiea. Catharine Ritter. Jjtinl. P.t, I r,w,n l'etcr K. Post, f txe"'lor Jaa7U7 ' A VALVABLt FARM, Tob told or exchanged .for propert in The subtcriher being in a very low state of health, and having very mile hopes 01 recovery, offers for tale bit f arm at Barbadoei neck, couu - ty of Bergen, containing about one hundred ana thirtw five acres ol arame. meauow ana worn - Inrul. This farm lies on the main road between New York and Newark, ahouthaua mue tins iile of Newark Bridee. It is in a very hieh state aI rimipahnn. AflfS IS not SlirontVd llV BnV OUWI in tl vicinity 01 .eu - org, asavaiuauie anu agreeable residence, either for the farmer or pri vate gentleman, irie awening nouse, uiuuro small, it neat and well finished, and the fences, rnies. hums, stables, and other out - bouses, are in excellent orcter anu well planned, iniroiuui the h(iue, bordering on the public road, is a handsome and well stocked garden, ana on uie nremises is u vouiur and thrivin: 01 chard, con taining a choice selection cf the bett grafted fruit trees. A more carticular description of the pro perty is thought unnecessary, at those disposed to purchase will vie w the premises. The title is indisputable For particulars, apply to the subscriber, No. IUU Pearl - street, or to Mr. Andrew Smith, near tlie premises, nov 14 tf ROBERT STUART. VALUAULE PROPER I Y for sale. II ILL BE SOLD, Vflf? At public auction, on the premises', on Thursday, the 2Jd day of January next, atom - o'clock "P. M. A SMALL FARM, containing about ten a - cres 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 beauti ful and extensive prospect of New York Bay, Siaien l - iunu, sec. una or piearanuirsa ui iiiiu lion is not ex ceded in King's county ; and a new Barn or Carriage rioue. ALSO. A FARM, of about 17 acres of upland and 8 1 - 2 ol fcalt meadow, adoiuing the property oe for described, having a good house, barn, &c ALSO. A FARM, containing about twelve acres ol upland, in a high state of cultivation, and 8 1 - ? acres of salt meadow, adjoining the turnpike lending from Brooklyn to Jamaica, onwhiihis an excellent young orchaid, a good dwelling house, a first - rate ham, &c. tic. LIKEWISE. Four lots of Woodland, ol 7 acres each, lying about a mile from the above described (arms. The above nroiiertv will be sold separately. Any person wishing to purchase is in v ited to call on the subscriber, by whom the premises will be snown. ana any lan ler inionnauon given, wnn.11 may be required. JOHN C. HAM. jan 3 tds Brooklyn. TO LET. For a term of years, the house and lot N. 5 Broadway, at presut occupied by the. Miss Kinsey's, as a boarding house, forparu culus enquire of ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, Clermont. jan3tFl C - UJfTRY HEAT FOR SALE. AT Jama ca, on Long Island, Queens County, late the residence ol John 1 roup, Esq ch ceased. On the premises are a irood two story frame house, barn, and other out - build iiiL's: 28 acres ufland in a coml staie for cul tivation t 28 acres of wood land, of a fine thrif ty erowth for fem in? and timber ; and a lotofl 7 acres salt meadow. On this property are tw o apple orchards, and a variety of other Irmt trees. Jamaica being one of the most flourish ing villages on the Island, renders this proper ty desirable for a grntleman retiring from bu siness. for particular appiv to M. D1TMIS, 148 P arl - st. ; or to JOHN k ROItT TROUP, jan 9 tf on ihe premises. r'O.. SALE AT .1 UC l':().V, At the T. C. H. onlhe 1st daj of March ue&l, uir K m.,a ifcir,ij,ii',. 'v w. .... late Dr. Isaac Ledyard, situated one mile south of ih ' village of Newtown, Long Island. The Williumhurch turnpike runs through the Farm, on one side of which is anewexi ellent stone wall, Imlf a mile iu length 1 he farm contains aliout 150 acres, 15 ofwhrh is a fine Wood Lot, with two apple orchards, one old, the other iust beginning to hear well, and a auitalJe proiioriion ol oilii a;iiL uie.iuow. 1 ne iVtausion House is large and convenient, four rooms on each floor, teith a go d kitchen and lel'art; attached is a large h.iru, criu, hen bcii" - , sm'ke house, well, and a new cistern, i c. I he court yard and g.irden con tain a variety 01 trun trees and iiruiiery, a large asparagus bed, ra?pheraes and currants Also A i ARM adjoining the above, contain ing aiiout sixty acres : attached to which is an e - qual proportion of .Silt Meadow, and lot of young wood, situated within less than a mile of the I.irin, containing ten acres, with a farm house, barn, well, garden, &c. Likewise A Lot of Land, lying at Sprinfield, south ol the village 01 Jamaica, containing tie tween four ami five acres, on which are about a dozen large chctnut trees, suitable forlenring. The above Unci wi I be all regularly surveyed, and maps of the same exhibited some time previous, to, anil at the tale, and disposed of hy the acre, with 'he buil lings thereon, inclusively. PosesMou given on ihe first 0 April. For lurther particulars, apply at 49 Dey - ttrjct ian il tds 1.L.I6JIL f.iZoi SJ nUlJD. EORGE SANDERS, lately from Loudon. JT once more addresses the public, thanks Ihein for past favor?, aod once more ventures to recommend his strops as one of the most cooilort - givui contrivances that ever blest the chin of man. He will instruct any sell - fhavmg gentle man in the use of it, and when once possessed of the secret and a box of composition, he may say with the poet of nature, M To shave to sleep pcrchauce to dream while in the operation and who would bear the tweaks and actt of barber base ; who would grunt and sweat under a loathnme beard, or a dull razor use, when he might his quietus make with a simple 5'aund' 's strop."1 Come then to his manufactory at the corner of Reed - street and Broadway, and there you will nml the subscriber always ready to re ceive the commands of his customers. decS tf 'it BROW N, stone seal engraver audjcwel - JL . ler. No. It6 Uroad - viy. Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, kc. engraved on stone. A handsome assortment of fine gold seals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seats engraved with coats of arms, mo'tos, and fancy devices. Diamonds, amethysts, crystals, kc, bought in the rough or rut t': any form. Books of heraldry kept with upwards of CO.fion name. Jan 7 3m RUSSIA OIL. - esVa VT SMITH D A VIES r.l i - N 4: CO. Chymiral , J t'eriumers, and Fancy I T 'inKers, .to. im, .rClj I Railway, New York, rti?l 1 fff the Indies and f - w ii LuTl.'M .itlemen ef this rilv .f hxk ivi " "ne 01 "'e m031 "Sreea - ?af ra 4 '''e n'"' ""'till oil for pr - :'JriL - moling the growth of the exJ - ,'1 'Jf hair. Ladies mil find it the liest for dressing real or i.ilse hair. Gentlemen whose hair has been injured hy had ponder, would do well by using this oil, as it corr rts the injury it has sustained. It may be bad in bottles, wi'h printed directions, at wholesale or retail, at their inanuf ictory. At , a general assortment of perfumery, fwncy articles and soap, drrssing c.ises, work tioxts, thread cases, purses, ratir, scissors. ien - knive. silver pencil case, tweezers, tobacco pipes, tooth pick caes, amber and spar smelling bottles, o - dour or roses in battles, cclngDe, lavender, honey, orange flower and rose waters, kc. kc. ian 12 BOARD k LODGING. 'piVO or three Gentlemen can - le accommo L dated in a French lannlv. with Ronnl and Lodging, where Ukt ran take lestiont i 1 the Preach laoguage if Uiey chose. Apily at (hit cane. jm 13 jw rOST COACH LINE for PHILADELPHIA. 1HFOKTABT TO AkiitiEHS. No conaec lion with the post chaise hue or the steam - boat jEtn a. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Post Coaches on Springs with vr convenience for passengers and bag - Kage THROUGH IN ONE DAY between New - York and Philadelphia. 'I he Post Coach Line will start from New - Yorkevery morning at 6 o'clock, (Sunday t excepted) in the Steam Boat At&lanta, and arrive at Philadelphia the tame evening, in tlie Coach. Fare 8 dollars. Th Steam tool Line INDUSTRY, will tnrt frtiA New. York everv morning (sun - days excfted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalaota, from the norm siue. 01 me naiury, lodge at Trenton, and arrive at Philadelphia next moming at 10 o'clock ; r are through f j 50 The United States MAILCOACH.on springs, with every convenience for passengers and their bagage, starts Irom No. 1 Courtland - streetc 2d office Irom Broadway, New - York, every day at 1 o'clock, and arrive at rlmadelpiiia next morn ing at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passengers admitted in this Coach. Farts 10 dollars. Passengers are requested to be particular in taking their seats in the Post Coach Line, as the coaches belonging to this establishment are of a superior quality lor the accommodation 01 passengers. For seats in the hove named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. t Courtiandt - stieet, the second office from Broadway, New - York, or to ISAAC BROW N, Steam Boat Hote!, No. 1 W ashington - strei t 1 nrner of Marketfield - street. near the Battery ftSAII goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, ? - ONS ti CO. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Con tinent.by THOMAS WHITFIELD. nov 8 POST CILVISL LINE atftatfM FOR I II I I A D E L P H I A . The POST CH AISE, witli every convenience for Passengers and their baggage (through in one d iy) will lehve tne city Hotel every day (.sun days excepted) at 7 o'clock in the morning, ty way of Newark, and arrive the tame day at Phi ladelphia. The MAIL COACH PILOT, io opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior accommodation! for Fatsengert and their baggage, will leave the City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P. M. will proceed be lore tlie iTiail. ma noi unieci iu irie incoiivenieiiic u stopping at the numerous Post Offices on the road hut every accommodation provided fur the tra veller, and arrive some hotirs before the Mail at Philadelphia. All letters ano papers carried free ol expense hy the coaches Fit seats in the above lines apply at the Post Chaise and Albany Mail and Diligence Office, o. 1 lit Broadway, opposite the City Hotel. 0 - All goods and baggage at the risque 01 the owner. JOHrfN.CUMMING, Newark. JOHN G U LICK fc SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON k HOW ELL, Philadelphia. . R. Erprtsstt mil to any part of the t nien Jan 6 tf NEW ARRANGEMENT U.S. AIAlL - C0ACHES,BL7H EE.YVEn - YORK 4c PHILADELPHIA. Hj" The public are assured that there is now handsome coaches, on springs, equal to any in th U. States, now running 0:1 this line. Passenger: Ibrthe V. S. Mail Coach will leave New - Voik every day at 1 o'clock Diue at J. Lyon ic ion's hotel, at Powle's Hook, and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only six passengers admitted iu the Mail Coach. Fare $10. For seats, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established coach and stage olfice, old No. 1, Courthndt - strect, second office from Broadway, New - York. All goods and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS & Co. N. B. Expresses, coaches, extra stages, &c. furnished to go to any part of the United States, on the shortest notice, by Then. Whitfield, No. 1 Courtlandt - street, New - York. nov 5 5i TO LET, The Store No. 134 Front - street, an ex tellt nt stand for a Grocer. For further particu lars inquire of .RIPLEY Ai WELD, nov II 192 Front street. TO LET, And immediate possession given, the house No. 9 Pearl - street, together with (he sta hie and Coach House in the rear on Bridge - it. The premises are in complete repair and hav every convenience necessary for the accommo dation of a family. For particulars apply to oct8 L. BRADISH. B A NCK ER - STREET NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons interested, that the commissioners of estimatr and assessment appointed hy the tepreme court of judicature of the state oi New - York, to per form certain duties relative to the enlarging, cx - ttnding and improving of Bancker - street, between Clinton street and Grand street io the said city, have completed their estimate and assessment, as well of the lost and damage sustained o - ver and ahore the benefit and advantage received hy the owners ol Ihe lands and premises required lorthe said enlarging, extending and improving of Bancker - street at aforesaid, as also of the be nc Lit and advantage received by the owners and parties interested of and in certain lands and pre - uiiacs not required for the said improvement And that we the said commissioners, have depo sited a true copy of such estimate and assessment in the clerk's office of the city of New - York, lor the inspection of whomsoever it may concern. And notice is hereby furthci given that the report of the said estimate'and assessment will be pre sented for confirmation to the upreme court f judicature oi me state ot .lew - York, at the Capitol in thecityot Albany, on Friday, thesixteenth day of January next, at the opening of the said court on mat day, or at toon thereafter as counsel can he heard thereon. Dated this 26th day C 1 . I ..It J oi 't'.euioer, inn. PETER tIAWES, . ROGER STRONG, .Commissioners br.N J t.MIN A. AKERLY. ) dec 26 I8t CORPORATION PROP Eii fY. 'TO he sold at public auction on Friday the I - 20th February, 1818, at the City Hall, li o'clo.k. . fV Th" highly valuable J?ARM now occupied by Mr. William A llardenbrook, about 5 miles Irom the city, containing together nearly City a cres of land. It will be sold in lots from 5 to 10 acres each, situated on the 6th, 7th. 8Ui, 9lh, k 10th avenues ; on the latter stand the dwelling house and nut buildings, but a short distance Imm tne Hudson River. This property is worthy the attention of those who wih to possess hamkome country seats : as its continuity to the city, commanding views of al...lt..f - . .. . a .. orenuoi n, reiirrusuuaiion, ana cnoice quality ol some of the ground, together with aa anmlf tnpply of w - wd, render it one of the most desirable objects of purchase. A map of the prniiset may be seen, and fur - iikt imnM own tuiuvTB, at uio compiroitert Ut - Gee, City Halt. Jan 6 dU AslilC Pabhc knot Low t?) iween thiiio - t hi lilTor DOCTOR HORNE, iormerty of the city of London, ej2 number of the facultv rj and turgery ther, deems it fas da. ty 10 repeat tonieooeervatioot r the abuse of MERCURY, a rash, indiscriminate, and anquali. fed use thereof, bat been produc tiv nt infinifA .i..l.e fi. - ... ..... . . . ui.n iiiti, J DOB. . tands are annually mercurialized out' of exist. - ence. The disease we have in view owes iu fa tal results chiefly to this source. " What a nitV that a young man, the hopta of his couatry, nJ the darling of his parents, thorjJ,te totchtd ojr iiuiu an uic jmjsiccia aiiu eojoymenlsof by the consequences of one unguarded momeif aou oy a uiseaie noi in us own nature ratal, an. which only proves so from neglect or improtv ' treatment." A gejitlemar. (lite Dr. 11'. T. uinici i'iij.i, iau w riMiai iJiaLiice, in years, and repeatedly salivat. d when recommended ta Dr. H. (by a geitlemnn of ttiis city) tus boaei . . . ....wanna .nil I, la ,1a. 1. 1 T UCS "CIS i.aiiwug, Bill, ill ucnu til UJJJfll ITOm llleuOS las friends declared he could not potsihly surviva t wo months longer. Thousands experimental! know witli what ease and safety Dr. H. erariu cafes, the severe it cases, and confinut the comtL tution. The Doctor's plan fadvertisintrl cetsary to guard the public against the abuse ol mivriirv nful rt,cr lf.lnl lal,i.i,n. l.l.l r .. ,, uciu iorm.. Persons, therefore, having contracted a nri, vate disorder, or stpccting latent poison, a,t admonished not to tamper with their constitn - tion, or conceal the disorder, till past recovery ; otherst.aving the remains of an old can or other minorities of the hlood, et well as nth. er complaints of a delicate oatare, io either sex. should remember posterity, and do justice to their consciences,' by making appiLlioe. to Dr. H. at his old aiid respectable eitah - lishmeut. No. 64 Water - street, four houses wttt of Old - slip, to ohtain that prompt atsistauce a - !oue caU ulattd to prevent disclosure. And here let me claim your serious attention Reuienilier i superficial cure w no cure at all ; unlets thebii. iiiossis radically done, jou will certainly have he disorder break out again with redoubled ma ligniiy, at some future period ; pe rhaps then will he too late for remedy. Don't you often meet ia the streets miserable, mutilated beings, without . veu a hit of nose on their face.' Take waruiiig, I beseech you. M Dr. H't. character for skill and stubborn. integrity being universally known in this city, sine IbO - l, guarantee to patients that delicacy and se erery hitherto unkuown, and having confined hit , raclice foryears past, exclusively to the cure of diseases of the blood system, they may safely cai. culate on Ihe most decided advantages iu con. ulting Dr. H. Gleets eradicated in twa or three weeki. Strictures removed withou' bougies or any other instrument ; and all debilities: likewise ait old ulcerations, fistula's tV . A plurality of offices are provided, and to silt - ited that patients are cot exNsed to each other's observation. Open till half mst 9 in the evening. All persons concerned are invited to be free i a ailing, ami siieuking with Dr.H. whicfi is (ret of cost. And heie the Doctor cannot avoid the expression ofgratitudu for innumerable recommendations, and for the decided preference fit it presumed with juit cause) long given him bra. judicious public. N. B. All letters must be post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug" lv Tlli ER t L A t A t. hi AOJi .lij'ou 7'JOJV - . E II. EVANS sup - ro, method ofcurinH certain Disease, i now universally acknowledged in this city ; his mode of treataesj w perfectly mild. safe. eiiiuous, and his charges reasonable. In every ia - tance be warrants a curs, mid will return the pay if U doei not perform agreealla to contract. mciuiiit.. - ;uci, aiways Ohserveit. There are many persons in (his city ami in ti - unity, laboring uii'fcr various chronic discus - a. such as cancers, old invelerale ulcers, scrofiua or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the nretiira, bladder and kidnies, old ion plicated cotui'uava of a certain natuie, hilit.us and other obstructions, rheumatism, Ic. which they consider rahle, they can certainly be cured (in tcui rd) by applying at ir. EVANS'S MeilicaJ StCre, t. 9, Peck - slip, having practised in exltltirs hoipitalsin Europe li years, under some oi the first Surgeons nod Physicians in the world, aoa made those obstinate diseases hit constant study for 30 years. l)( , lt' Kr U HF.ATON A DA - Vis, fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. I5J Fultoo - street, opjvosite St. Pauls Churcb. ofler for tale, wholesale and retail, n large and elegant as - ortment uf Curld Maple, plum painted and orn a mealed in gold h t - ronze, Baudioo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, aad Conversation Chairs. Sofas. Settees. Loungees, Music Stools, kc. Orders from any part of the continent executed with neatne.s and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented. oct IJ A GREAT AL CURIOSIT SATUR y. THE public are informed thnt this morning was landed tlie long expected FEMALE ELEPHANT, ami is to be seen at No. 396 Broadway, near Washington; Hail. 1 he size of thrs animal is about 7 leet high, and - about 1 feet long from the end of the proboscis to the end of the tail. - She is to be seen from 9 o'clock A. M. to 9 in tho evening. Price of admittance 35 cents. nov 27 tf WANTED . - JltjS. To hire or purchase, a good two ttorr brick house, situated on the west side of the town b - tween Liberty k Chamber - streets Possession to be taken at any time previous to the 1st of May next Apply at No. 14f Water - street. Jan 5 eod6t FOK SALE, The House and Lot No. 101 Liberty - tt Depth 34 feet, tireadtb 25 - Depth ol the lot W feet. Those who may with to purchase property of this inscription, can at any time view the premises and terms of tale may be agreed on, by application to - POTT M'KINNE, dec 31 56 South - street. UliAAO PWJVO EORTE. FOR SALE at JOSEPH WILLSON'S Music Store, 14 Maiden - lane, a remarkably fine toned second hand piauo, by Broad - wood. Also, the following sougs, sung by Mr Philippsi 6'aid a smile to a Tear ; Sigh not for Lot Let Fame sound the Trumpet J ust like Love ; Love's Young Dream Is there a heart that never loved, kc. I he Bower of Roses, from Lalla Bookb Will - on. Clintou's Grand March, composed by J Wiil - ou. The 6'mile of A Section Ihe young Mary Moor; Oh! Remember M TU Wool Pecker, sung by Mr. lucledoa Black - Eyed iusan And every article in the musical line Jan 7 2w ' TJtNGLIStl Cannon and Musket Powder, Is Ut tale by LEROY, BAYARD & CO. dec 9 NEW - YORK : PRJJfTED AAD PUBLISHED MICHAEL BVRJfHAMk CO. . No. 4t Ptna. - tTt.xcT v ts - r. - MriZXi.T! '. - 1

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