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nnr.itk PLOtf 20 U Barrels R.chmood QourOO do. Pe trbanr do, for sale br UnB n LAWRENCE. 87 OA "P, or Jan 21 3t . 72 FVlton - st. lJk'DU FOLVJ A CONSTANT supply, old and mpenor qua - l LIT. tor sale by ' BARBjJRIN, STANTON & CO. Jan 21 lw 17FuUod - 1p 5?T " TO LEASE, 17 . n ' Cor mi ar more ueari. "TeTara and Mansion House belonging to the tubscriber, tituated m me Daunt oi u huu one mile south of the village of Poughkeepiie - Tk. form mitablv divided into meadow, or - rhird. and arable land. The fruits, are abun dant, and of the best kinds The mansion house ihtw feet louz. with a piazza in front The situation has Ion been admired, and the lofty locust - trees by which it is decorated, render it the most desirable resiucoce between New - York and Albaoy - The rent will be moderate, at the care and attention of the tenant will be taken into consideration t or particulars apply to the propirtor, either personally orb, letter. jigy a. LIVINGSTON Poughkeepsie, January 20, 1818 J:tn2t 2aw4w ro Be. LET. r,.i. term of vears. the house and JSZTdi occupied by the subscriber, lying be r .1,0 i.i avenue and the east river. For sale or to be let, two 2 story houses and "4 lots frouting on the third avenue, between "th nd lOth - streets ; and a house and barn aud 7 lots, fronting on the 2d avenue, between 13th and 14th streets. . , Also to be let or leased, a three story brick house inStuyvesant - ttreet. And lor tale, four very desirable situations ror, building, containing 4 lots each, fronting on thr we.tside of the 1st avenue, between 19th and 22d - streets. ....,. And for sale or to be leasee, several ioi irom in? oo the 3J avenue. Apply to P. Jun 21 lw G. STUYVESANT. J) BE SOLD, fiJxIS At the Tontine Coffee House, on th( 2Ui3iustanl, at 12 o'clock, by order oi the court oi cbamtrv, the home and lot No. 21 wal. - ... tn - THthpr with the store house in the rear Vat further Darticulars. euouire at the office o JAMES A. HAMILTON, No. 3 Law Buildings. Where a man mav be seen. J an 21 I w BLA CK WELL'S ISLAA'D FOR SALE IT it situated about five mi'es froia the city, I end contains about 15 aeres of land 01 Hie best uuulitv. witn a good dwelling house, barn, &v. Possession may be had the 1st May.or.ar lier. if required. Most of the purchase mono mav remain on bond at'd mortgage, for a nuiubr - of year, l or further particulars, en (uire oti the premises, or or ADAMS Si BLACKWELL, Jan 21 175 Peail - strei t. BOARDING. f""VvVO gentleman, or a nuill family, can I l accuuuuoiluted with pleasant separate be.' room. Hi 177 Pearl - '.tieet, a lew cortt north c the Colic House. Jan2l lilt "1 OST, last evening, at the corner of Kim 4: JLi Cross - streeU, where I was thrown out of a chair, a cold WATCH, with the name of .Vmitli inside of the case. Whoever will leave tier itt the b.ir of the B .nk Coll ee - I louse, will be handsomely rewardeil. jan 21 2t 1YTO. 2019 beiner the first drawn number J. 1 this d y in the Medical Science Lottery, is entitled to One Thousand Dollars. This ticket was sold at the trulv fortunate office of G. tc U WAITB, No. 54 Maiden - lane, where tlu - fortunate holder may obtain the money for it immediately on application. jan 21 .Vi.fr PUBLIC TtOAS. JUST received and for sale by K. VALENTINE, 104 Broadway, (thi'rd door below Pine - street.) Letters from the Cape of Good Hope, in reply to Mr. WarJau ; with extract" from the great wink now compiling under the inspection of Napoleon. Outline of the revolution in Spanish America. Memoirs of Dr. Bachanan, D D. late vice - provost in the college of Fort William in Bengal. Address and scrmen by the Rev. James Mil - nor, rector af St. George's. Introductory lecture on natural philosophy, by Benjamin Dewitt, M. D. Cox's Female Scripture Biography. Characters of Shakspearc's plays, by W. Hazlilt. Sacramental addresses and meditations, by the Rev. Henry Bclfrage, minister in Falkirk. Also just published, a print of Mr. Philipns in the character of Capt. Beldare, handsomely coloured and plain. Jan 21 H ARACTERS of Shakspeare's Plays, by William Haxhtt. price 1 25, just received aud for sale by W. B. GILLEY, 92 Broadway. Also, Letters from the Cape of Good Hope, written in reply to Warden's Letters. Price 75 ots. jan 2) BRANDY 40 pipes Grays Braudy, 1st and 4th proof, for sate by JACKSON ft WOOLLEY, Jan 20 75 Wall - street EORUE W. TALBOT, No. 55 Psue - street, iui aiCv 13 hhds. St Croix Sugar 10 bags superior Calcutta do 0 wlmle, l 15 hall & Bohea Tea, very luperior 20 qr. chests) c!)tSouchong Tea, Nancy's cargo 45 do Young llvsoo do do da S4 do do do do Natchei'a cargo, muircu tv arawuBCK 12 do do do do Phoenix's cargo 3 qr. catkt Snerry Wine 17 bampen Champaigoe, do entitled to arawoacK 140 boxes Sweet Oil, in bottlea 50 do old Castile Soap 16 caskt Green Copperaa 2 bales Mirxapore Carpets 4 caset Long) t and Sittersoyt Cologne Water, Mustard Seed Indrt Twine . M:u!m. Jan Iff VILOOM RAJSIN3. - 20O boxes fiesh Bloom . N. L.&G.GRISWOLD, B lIO. RO M. 24 hhds. Boston Hum, for (ale br Jn 14 u. u. (V O IH - M L.A , I). "7 Wathinglon - stret Cn' LV31 f ale UPlnd I", tint qual. v - ' ity, landing from brig Eliia,forsal by Jan 14 lUWVSk VII Jtr WIUI'M' 1UWASEND & WH1TF 92 South - street nf. uJet M '" Uoatt wool or Ca - Abr,,JUrrvey Cafpet RuK , Pf.wl of Aicarogua Wood. FoVlak by Kbr " (t0a Sn,i'roa - t,n i CAMBRLENG PEARSON, I UUt4r - Al - lase. liuui, fir,t proof, . JACKSON tc WOOLLEY, Jn12 7in'.. F LOCK.. 100. bhll Msvn'a Villi. XA.r.. romschr. , at Peck - tliD. FotaSebJ b0rSh (StkM Bd SaWt bfand) .. i GR4SWOLDS b COATE3, " 12 68Soutli - sfreeL IRfial1 - Mi$R?ET TOBACCO - S8 IMs. oH . uae qai,!. landin from vhiv.n n. ,l - iity Aon, irgrn Richmond, for tle b Jao ig D. BETHUNE t CO. 9t C. II. slip. JOSEPH 6SB0RN, 28 Soutk - itieet, offers fr jale the eutire cargo of the ship Perseverance, Silver, master, irom Batavia, via: 43U,iUU id. very oonusuuic Svuucv 14,tW0 Ibt Sugar 400 Ox Hidei 2 bBgsCubub IN" STORE. 120 balet Calcutta Piece Goods, vix Beer - boom Gurrahs, bahanagore, basery and Calcutta becks, red, blue and white Si ad rats pattern Killa hdkls. sooty romalt.flag and bandanoe hkft. saunas, cossas, sawns, baltas, jalulpore and blue mamoodies, Kc.&c. Castor oil. senna leaf, assoftedita, Gum benjamin, copal, trajacanth, salamo - niac, Kc. Ac. 50 bags mustard seed 40 kegs pickled salmon 35 kegs ground ginger 50 chests hyson and singlo tea 26 bags Calcutta sugars 300 boxes No, 1 & 2 Chocolate 100 bolts Russia Duck 60 tons Russia iroo 500 Russia Seal Skins . 1 case cross bar'd Canton Hdkfs. 1 case black Canton crapes 3 rases colored do 200 pieces blue Nankins 5000 pieces long yellow do 3000 Calcutta goat skins G000 Madrass do &c. &c. JanU ITOR SALE, the carzoof the ship Cririe, cap V tain Humnhrevs, I'rom C ilculta, and now landing at the loot of Liberty - street, consisting of hast India sugar Cotton Ginger : Block Tin Gum Shcllack Gum Copal Goat Skins of a large sire Seine Twine and Gunnv Bags Also for sale, India Muslim of almost every dosrnption. Also, a mall quantity of Rattans, and Odor of Roses. For sale I y jan 7 ROBERT LENOX FREsH FRUIT, tic. p RE EN Grapes Turkey Figs vi naisins Imonds Kilbetts Olives ; aiers Anchovies Dutch lit rring ' furry Powder London Pickles and S.mces lirowo Stout Bur: - n Ale Pruens CarrairU Snanish Chesnuts Bourbon U Java Coffer Wax Candles pperm do Water strained Oil, of 1st quality Madeira Citron Spices Cayenne Pepper Irish Whiskey ' 'Id Peach Brandy Lime Juice With a ceneral assortment of WINES, LI QUORS, and other GROCERIES. Also, Mor is' ratent Block 1 in Cocks, for sale by WILLIAM BRL'CE, 139 Broadway, near City Hotel Jan 19 P4tClt LAXt - EED, FLOCh, 4;c.a0 times Fla I seni, Inndine from schooner Nancy, fro 4;c. MO tierces Flax oro Baltimore, for sale by H. slip. Al - o landine. 159 bis supf Flour, principally Gallego's b'd J bal - i - ini - l win Jao in O1 LU TIKIAC'CO JO hhds. old Richmond tobacco, will be landed tomorrow fi - om the schooner Hero, from Richmond For ale by ROBERT GILLESPIE, jan 15 112 Front - street, lf ULFORD & LEFFING WELL, No. 182 If 1. Front - street, offer for sale 1U0 hhds Philadelphia corn meal, fresh from the mills 40 hbds Connecticut do 200 hbls Philadelphia superfine flour 100 tierces new rice 100 bhls prime beef 12 hhds Boston rum 10 qr. casks old sherry wine , 4 pipes fine flavored old cognac brandy 40 boxes New - Haven mould candles. Jan 19 at ICAitAGLA WOOD LIGNUM VlTiE 18 tojs Nicaragua Wood of very good quamy 10 do Lignuiorita? For sale by TUCKER & LAURIF.S, Jao 19 29 South - street HIDES. FOUR hundred Hidts landing this day from Perseverance, and will be sold low from the wharf. Apply to JOSEPH OSBORN. Jan 9 28 South - street. ILOUR & TOBACCO. 159 bbls superfine Flour, principally Galleero's brand, and 53 hhds Tobacco, of a fine fine quality, suita ble ror tne. insn market ju - t received per schooners Hero, and bally Ann. from Kicli mond, fur sale bv jan 15 DIVIB BETHUNE Si CO 'POBACCO, FUH R, tic. 2 hhds. sup. X Kirnin'md lobacco 6 bbls tine Richmond Flour 6 do fine Middlings 190 Ibt. Klotant Indigo 100 French Demijohns 5 or. casks old Sercial Madeira Wine 4 do old Malmsev do do For sale by. W. 8c S. CRAIG. Jan ILLla H FLLCKNER, 20 Fulton - strcet. of - IJj cer lor sale, An excellent assortment of the verv best ENG L1SH LEATHER consisting of Cordovan, long and short calf legs Weaned Calf Skins Grained Seal do Plain Kid do Boot Tops, Crop Soles and Crop Ranges Roaos and. Skivers of various colors ALSO, Russia Yellow Candle Tallow in bhds. Madeira Wine, in pipes and hbds. of a supe rior quality Russia Sail Duck and Sheeting Cotton, Cotton and Silk, and bilk Hosiery Black and White Silk Lace Fancy and fie'd Mecklin Lace Black and white Lace Shawls Veils and Mantillas Mofiatt's Schenectady Ale, in bhls. and hhds. jan 16 lw I TEMP A: DUCK CO tons St. Petersburuh riean nemo b0 bolts first ounlit Ruaaia Dnrk For sale by 6 JAMES D'WOLF, Junr. jan 8 57 Front - street, BEAG.1L LVUIGO. cases very prime qual.tv. entitled to Uebentnre, lor sale at 7o Wall - street, by jan 10 JACKSON 4 WOOLLEY. SHOES ti BOOTS. 1 UST received 40 packages among whkb are j j coses Wellington coots 2 do Ladies do 2 do Mockatons 4 do Cork Sole Shoes 4 do Ladies walking do 4 do Men's coarse 2 do Boys do 1000 do Kid suitable for the southern or West India market 2500 do women's Leather 'ru , . .1 :il j f uauie niisft ana cm aren't morocco. Diaca and colored Roane, are offered for tain on reas ooable terms by TH03 WITT, .o. XIX reart - Mn - el. Likewise 10 boxes first quality Cod Fih. Jan 15 1m LETTERS fmm the Cap of Good I Ioim, for sale by KIRK & MERCEIN, 22 Wall - t. Letters from the Cane of Good Hope, io re ply to Mr. Wardo, with extracts from the great work now compiling for publication under the inspection of Napolwn, price 75ceuts. Jrit received and for sale as above. Charac ters of Shakspeare's Plays, by William Haxhtt, price 1 1 25. Jun published by Kirk & Mercein. Introduc tory Lector on Natural Philosophy, by Benjamin n v: v r ih I..... w .u. - J4 w Jao 19 For LOXDOXDEfttlT. ' The fine fait sailing ship FOSTER. N. Alorao, master, having 7 - 8Uu of her caigo ready to go oo board, will be despatched without delay. For freight of 100 to 200 tierces seed, or passage, apply to the master on board at pier no. 13, or to Jan 20 W. & S. CRAIG. tor JVr tV.lt RLEJljrs, (a regular trader) The fine coppered aud copper - fastened brig - CHARLES, capt. Wibrav, now loading aud will sail on Sunday next. For freight or passage, having excellent accommodations, apply to the captain on board, or to M'CREA tc 5LIDELL; Jan 20 No. 41 South - st. tauagr - for Lit Ehl'OOt,. " - i lie rejuiar iraumg coppered snip 2tCAR0LI.A - ANN, M. Reeves, mas ter, wdl positively sail on sunaay next, Qwin2 and weather permitting,) and can handsomely accommodate ten passengers. Apply on board, at pier no. 20, eait sido Burlicg - slip, or at uo. 80 South - street, to Jan 20 5t ROWLAND & BRAINE. FOH S.1LK, The fast sailing ship SILENUS, 206 tons burthen, built at Rochester, Mass. c.in be sent to sea at a small expence. tor terms, apply on board, at Steam boat - wharf, or to J. &: j.'i.uiiDi.Miiu.n, jan 20 lw 204 Front - street. tur hale, treifil or Charter, &&,about 150 tons burthen, built in the best V a n.winhl hn - .t hn.lt SI III II I C.l. manner, copper - fasteni.d, in complete order to receive a cargo in every re? pect a good vestel Apply on board at Burling - slip, or to N. L. & G. GRISVVOLD, Jan 19 8G South - H. Forcale, Freight or Charter, A new pilot boat built schocner, 1120 tons burthen, bunt in the bc;t mauuer, oi good materials, copper fatccd ; a very fast mailing vessel, aud mav be sent to sea with snui'.l cxpeuse Apply on board at Burling slip, or to N. L.& G.G R1S WOLD, Jan 19 80 South tt. tur HAl'ASf.1. The brig ALEXANDER, William Booth, master, beiug unavoidably dn - Umed, will take freight ol about 200 blh. aiM a few more passenger, and tail witn the fire! fair wind. Apply on board at Aguew's wharf, pier 27, E. R. or at 35 Fronl - tl. to jan 19 3t 1. PACKARD. torCHAKi.LbllKV, j,tS?,: elegant packet schooner TON - 6. Iloyt, master, will sail to - mor row, (weather permitting,) at 9 o'clock ; can nc commodate two or three more passengers. Ap ply on board, east side Bui - hnz - slip, or to SAUL ALLEY, Jao 19 9M Pinc - st. ror CJUHLr.yT'hV, a. C. The regular packet bfig MINERVA, Samuel 'llcr, matter; will positively ilun the 21ft int. wiud and weather permit ting For freight or passage, having excellent accommodations, apply on board, west side Bur - I;.... .1... orto JOXES & MFGRATH, 1,3 Sou'll - M. jan 19 rur Z.i V.t.WV.iH, &VV The regular racket brig ELIZA, A.Thaer, master, having a large piopor - tiou of her freight engaged will be dispatched in a tew days. For freight or passage, apply on board at Jones' wharf, pier no. 14, or to HENRY THOMAS, No. 2 Jones' lane. H - Tio ojfur for Male, 113 bales upluud cotton 4 bales Sea - hlaod do 1 case Madras hdkfs 2 do fmcy muslins Jan 17 Ct For SAVAMAH, The fast sailinsr brie NANCY, H 'ackard, master i will positively sail on Wednesday 21st uist. l or freight or pa sage, having handsome accommodations, ap piy on board, ut Crail wharf, or to Tilt. C. UCTl.KK, Jim. jan 16 74 South - street. Fur t.ll EliFOUL, The ship DRAPER, Win. Adam master; she has lluxc fourths of her largo ready to so on board and will meet with immediate dispatch For freight of 600 to 1000 bbls flour or paa:c, api'lv to the master on board, east tide of Fly market wharf, or to ti. W. ROGERS 4 CO. Jan 1G 235 Peail - st 7 HI IE HAVANA sUGAR, BRANDY, f i:c. 40 boxes 1st qual. white Havana Sugar 10 piK BorJeanx Brandy 3 do i Id Cognac do f.Murtclls brand) 12 i.hdn old Jamaica Rum 50 bags old Java Colli e. For sale by J. & J.CODDINGTON, JanSOlw i!tt J Front - street. C1ALCU I t A I.OUDS. ilo balcsclM Cal .' rutta Gvod, consii - ting of Blue Mamoodies, Sooty Remnls Red, blue and white Madras Pattern Hdkfs Bernasore and Celery Chc:kt 25 baiet Beerboorn Gurrahs all entitled to debenture r or said hy I1URD fc SEW ALL, Jan 20 C5 South - street A LEX 4. I'HlA FLOUR. 450 bairels su Zv pt - ttine Flour, landing fraru scl.r. Jersey. Irom Alexandria, lor sale by u. nt.iiii.ir.ftci'. Jan 20 92 Coffee - House Slip, JT. CROIX SUGAR 18 hhds. landing, and for tale at 55 Pine - street, b V Jan 15 GEORGE W. TALBOT Oika Hl.VE li WHITE LEAD. i JJ qr casks old Sherry wine 29 casks white lead, dry For sal - by JAMES G. KING & CO. Jan 20 CI Pine - rt. 25 STRAITS BRANDY. Pipes Cette Brandy, cutitled to deben - ture, CM AS. L. UtIJK., and ABRM. OGDEN, Jan 17 Washington - street. TOB VCCO. 20hhds.tobocco, will belaud - Jl ed tomorrow from the schooner Kli.'a, from Petersburg For s:ilc by KUllr.lt 1 t.iuui - .si - it., jan 16 112 Front - street. DAMAiK CLOTHS, NAPKINS, LINENS, ic. LI C. SIIYDAM, No. 61 Maiden - lane, offer . for sale a general aoitmenl of Real damask table cloths, some very large, itb elegant large and small napkins to match Also Diaper aud damask table linens, from 5 to 10 - 4 wide. Irish linens, long - lawns, sheetings, Sic. Also for sule by the package. 12 cases 4 - 4 Iriih linens, low and fine as sortments 2 do 3 4 long lawns 2 do Drogheda sheetings 1 do 7 - 8 black linens 1 do 5 - 4 strong Irish sheetings Jan 19 tf UPLAND COTTON 54 bales prime upland Cotton, ju received per schooner Lajra, from Savannah, and for sale by OTIS & SWXN, Jan 14 157 Pearl slr - t. rnURPEN TINE - 350 bbls Soft TureaUi.e, J 27 do. Tar 2 do. Beeswax Afloat and for sale by K. ii C. W. DAVENPORT & CO. Concert of sacred music. i THE public are respectfully informed, that' a Concert of Sacred Music, for the benefit of the New - York Female Union Society for the promotion of Sabbath Schools, and the New - York Sunday School Union Society, will be given on the 11th February next, by Messrs. E W. Mors, H. Sage and 5. Earle particulars hereafter. It it believed from the talents and exertions of the gentlemen whose liberality to these important institutions has induced them to offer their gratuitous services, and from the assistance they have procured, that the concert will be highly worthy the attention of the admirers of Sacred Music and of the friends of Sunday Schools. JAS. EASTBURN, FRANCIS HALL, f Committee of G. P SHIP MAN, C Arrangements. D. L. DODGE, ) Jan 20 3t DLVNCH, Junr. Laving luadettrraucineiits . with a resp ctul)le houve in Madeira, to be supplied with a proortionol the wines of the Pa - cisiiesofSt. Antonio and Caiua de Lobus, (universally acknowledged to produce the best Madeira in the Island) has opened a wine store, at No. 40 Williani - ttreet, where he will receive or ders tor (his wine, from gentlemen wishing to lay up a stock for their own use ; and (by the agreement with the house in Madeira) il (he wine, on arrival, be not approved by 1). L. Jr. it is not to uc nuui iu 1 1 it - parties oruenug it. D.L. Jr. has taken treat nains to iirnnire from various places in the United States and the West Indies, the best Madeira, that was to bo purchased, us the wood, and old bottled wine, of very superior quality, from private stocks, which he now offers for sale. He will constantly keep on huud an assortment of the choicest wines anil liquors, selected with care by himself, and will sell none which he cannot WARRANT PURE as IMPORTED. Jan 19 Im fL VALUABLE HEAL VltOFEHTY. Hfjilli The fjllowing property, part ul t'ie real esuie of James R. Smith, Esq. deceased, will be old at auction, on Friday, theUOlh day of Jan. inst. at the Tontine Coffee House, ut 12 o'clock, 1 y Messrs. D. Dunham .V Co. six. The elegant large three story brick HOUSE and LOT No. 53 Broadway, with a. brick stable and coach house iii the rear, fronting on Lumber street. The lot is 26 feet 3 inches front and rear, and 193 ipet deepon both sides Tin; house is built in the moot I'afhionaMt' and substantial manner, and the whole property improted to the best udwintage. It it raited al present for 10'JO dollars per annum and nil (he (axes. The pseiniset can be viewed 'till the day o! sale, between the hours of 12 and 2 oVIortt. The three story brick House and Lot No. 211 Pearl - street, with a wooden bouse on the rear, fronting on Gold - rtrcct, No. 10 ; the lot 21 feet 10 1 - 2 inches front and rear, and 2J4 feet 2 inches on one side, and 230 feet 2 inches on the other. The building on Pearl - street was erected by the deceased in the l.cst and most substantial manner; is eery extensive, and commodiously arranged The situation is well known as a very desirable one for the wholesale drygood rr hardware business. The dwelling part of the house can be viewed between the hours of 1 1 and 12 o'clock. The four story lire proof brick Store and Lot No 25 Soutb - ttreet, occupied by Messrs. Ira Day Hi Co. with the rig'it of the wharf in Iront of it. Dimensions unknown, will bo declared at lh'. - sale. The two vacant Lots of Lnnd, on the easterly siiie of Washington - street, between Carlisle and llec(or - s(reelt, being lots No. 19 and 20, of certain lots formerly btloi.ging to Cnrlilo Pollock, being each 20 fei I front nmi rear : No. 19, 93 ft it deepon both sides aud No. 20, 9J feet 6 inches on the southerly tide, uud 94 feet on the northerly side. The title to the wholf of this property is indisputable. It is sold under full powers given to the executors by the will. Ten per cent, of the purclmse nionev to be paid dowu, 23 1 - 3 perct. on delivery of the deeds, and the remaining 2 - 3ds can remain on mortgage, for one year for the premises on Pearl - street, and for longer, if required, on the other property, as will Im declared at the sale. For any further particulars that may vk ncicEe.tiy, aiij:y tj JOHN THOMPSON, or) r JAMES BOORMAN, Executors Jan SO 9t TO QUAHRYMEA'. FOl'R experienced .Marble Quarryrhcn are wanted, immediately. None need unnlv but those perfectly acquainted with the busi.. tiess j to ich constant employ and liberal wa ges will be (riven. Apply to EZRA LUDLOW, ' 34 Meavcr - slrect. rT3H TO LET, A small 3 - story fire proof STORE, No 27 Moore - street, next to the corner South - st. Possession given immediately. Apply as a - bove. liov 12 P&lltf T' HE Aphorisms of 11 n nor rales, from the latin version of Vcrlioofd, with a literal translation or the opposite page, snd explanatory notes, by E. Marks, M. D. price 75 cents. just received and for sale by COLLINS & HANNAY, jan 20 No. 230 Pearl strect. MEiitMO HUDl., COriOA' YARA HA T T1A E1TS, tie. T ITANTr.P, a quantity of merino wool ; also, T T cotton yarn, particularly low numbers. Proposals will also be received for making of sat - tinctts. The manufacturer to be supplied with the materials, aud the business to be rendered, probably, permanent. A contract is also wanted, for the running of a cotton mill, of from 1 to 4000 spindles ; the rot ton to be supplied, and the yarn to be received at a stipulated price. Apply at 148 Pearl - street, up stairs. oct 23 P&H FOR SALE. The valuable property, occupied by the subscribers, No. 215 Pearl - street, long known as oue ol the be. - t situations in the city for the dry good business, fronting on Pearl - street 30 feet, aud in depth 173 feet. Also, lot and fire - proof store fronticg on Gold' street, immediately in the rear, 24 feet front and 73 feet deep. Attached to the store is a con venicnt brick stable. The whole will be told together or seperately. Considerable part of the purchase money may remain ou mortgage. For further particulars, apply on the premises. T. & J. F. LAWRANCE ti Co. jan 19 4t REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. fwo 2 - siorv brick Louses and lots, situa ted Nos. 37 i - 39 v esey - strect. Also, a house and lot No. 11 Bowery, near Chatham - square, 44 feet Iront by 12s deep. All on accommodating terms. For particulars ap ply at No. 332 Green wich - st. jao 15 tf MECHANIC HALL. On Monday Evening, 19th January, 1818. YJ R. SYA NTSLAS, member of the Acade 1TX my of Arts at Paris, and other Philoso - hical Institutions in Europe, having arrived lately from France, with a rich and interesting collection of Philosophical and Mechanical ap paratus, which for ingenuity and invention sur passes every thing of the kind hitherto teen in (hit city, will on this eveuing surprise and aston ish the cnlisrhtenod citizens, by several experi ments in Philosophy, .Mechanism, and on Hydro - gcu and Oxigeo uas, en the system of the cele brated Dr. Franklin. For the particulars of which, see bills cl the day. Mr. Stanislas does not feel inclined to make us of the mean arti fices of pretenders to the profctsiot), by pompous advrrtikcmeuts, calculated alone to impose upon the multitude but to a discriminating public, they need hut ooc witness his surprising talents to lis convinced of the superiority he rlaims over alt those who have hitherto visited the city of New - York. Tirtr - ta mi dnllar r hiMrrn hall nrice. tab had' at the bar. The performance will be con tinued every evening in the week with variations, and commence precisely at 7 o'clock. Jan 16 tit" cs ter HOTICE. frt - The Co - partnership of VAN SCHAICK ti GI VAN, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business of that concern, will be settled by either of the subscribers, at No. 163 Pearl - street. New - York, January 19, 1818. M. VAN SCHA2CK, jan 20 Ct JOHN GIVAN. THE FORUM tty WHl be opened on Friday eveninr next. the 23d instant, at the assembly - room, City - Hotel, when the following question will be discussed : " Is it probable that the present pacific state of Europe will be of long continuance ?" 1 he discussion will commence precisely at 7 o'clock. Tickets to be had at D. Longworth's, Park, and at the door, at 25 cents each. A ticket admits a lady and gentleman. The surplus receipts to go to the Femalo Mis sionary Society. jan 20 - 4t COTILLION PARTIES. 05" The Managers give notice that the next Cotillion party will be at the City Assembly Roi'.in, City Hotel, on the Evening of Thursday, (he 2.M instant. Jan 19 4t 03 - MR. KEENE retpcccully lugs leave to announce to the Ladies and Gentlemen of New York, that he mtendi tuking a Concert at the City Hotel, on Tuesday the 3d February, in which he will be assisted by several professors and amateurs of the first talents at will be expressed m future advertisements. Jan 19 lw ftr JACOB ISAAC'S infoims hit Iriends and the public generally, that he has commenced the Brokerage Ic Exchange Business, in its various branches, in the lower oflice of Merchant's Ho tel, Wall - street Jan 19 lw (J - The creditors of Mrs. SYUiNEY HEW ITT are requested to send in their accounts, re irularlv pro.ed, at or before 1st duv of Februarv next, to Mr. BLAKE, No. 3 Law Buildings, fur the purpose ol having them settled agreeably to arrangement. . AH persous neglecting to preduce their claims at IU o'clocK in the lorcnoou ol that dny, will tie excluded from a participation of the fund which it to be applied for the settlement of her dt Us. jNtW - iork, January l!Mh. 1!HH. GEORGE GIBBS.) JOSHUA SECOR, S Assignees. Janl912t Ills tioyal IJigluuii the Friiue liegerit From the number who are coming for ward to join in the address of condolence aud re solution? pasted on the 15th but. it is deemed pro per that the parchment for signatures should re Uirtin Jui in; this week at tho comulato office, 21 Bread - ttrcet, before it i forwarded, in order to afford an opportunity to every loyal II r it it h sub ject in the cityol Nc w - lork to prove Ins attach' ment to the royal family and the British constitU' (ion by signing the tame. Office open from 10 uulil 3. JAS. BUCHANAN, Chairman Jz.nl9 lw THE LAST NOTICE, To those who are owing arrears ol taxc, to the corporation of the city and county of New York : (f5 The time limited for the payment thereof p spired ou the 1st lost, ana I am now engaged in making a return of such prcperty as remains delinquent, pieparatory to the advertisement nod sale ttiereol lor the payment of said Tuxes, and such other sums as may be required to meet the expenses of such sale, which will take place when completed. I am directed to receive all arrears which may be ottered, prior io the completion oi the above named return and will attend at this oflice dai ly from 10 to 2 o'clock, until thnt period. T. W. GILBERT, Collector. Collector's Office, No. 2"City Hall,) January 15, 1818. ) Jan 16 1m BOARDING Hi LODGING. A GENTEEL family, or two or three gentle XX men, can be accommodated with boardine and lodging iu a warm pleasant situation, a shot t 0istai.ee Irom the lonve House. 1 wo or the rooms communicate with folding doors, and are very convenieut for a family ; the others hare all lire places, and vtry warm, i ne terms will br ery moderate. A line addressed toG.S. Q. and left at tint omre will be immediately atteuded to. jan luiwT GENTEEL BOARDING. A GEN TLEMAN and hit wife, or two tingle xl gentlemen, may be handtoiuely accommodated with board and lodging, on rcaiouuhle terms, by applying at No. 49 Dey - street. A COACHMAN. Wantt a place at coachman, a coloured man, who perfectly undentandt hit butiuets, is sober and honest, and hat lived for the last three years in a respectable private faiuilv in this city. Appiy ut aoove. jan zu i VALUABLE REAL PROPERTY FOR SALE ON TUESDAY, the 27th January inst. by Bleerker & Bibby, nt public auction. iu the Tontine Coffee House, at 12 o'clock, ONE LOT OF GROUND, with the BUILDINGS erected (hereon, situate No. 32 Pine - ttrect, in the occupation of Robert Stuart The lot it 22 feet 3 inches in front, 21 feet 10 12 inches in the rear, and overaee length 75 feet 9 iuchct. An indisputable title will be riven to I (he purrbaser, and possession on th first of May next. Information at to the property, title, and. leroit oi sale, may oe imd hy applying to toil NELIUS BOGERT, No 14 Cedar - ttreet. JAMES BOGERT, ) Surviving Exec ami utors of Jaco JAMES VAN ANTWERP bus Bogert Jan 20 Ct t .1 i.UA UlE HEAL Eb'J'.i IK xnFEAhL STREET. The followinz rcai estate it offered fo tale to close a concern : il it is not disposed hy the 24th inst. will on Tuesday, the 27th, be sou at auction, vu : The store at present occupied by Peters II Harmon, No. 92 Pearl street ; the Store at pre sent occupied by lngcrtoll and Collet, No. 83 Pearl - street, and the new four story fire proo brick store, occupied by Gilbert Atpinwall and Son, No. 9S Pearl - strret. all of which are titled complete and in the best manner for the dry eood piece trade. The property r.ffers an opportunity to those who with to Invest tlieir money to pay a good io tereit, or to those who wih a permanent and an excellent nana lor nusinett. A large propjrtinn of the purchase money may remain on mortgage. For further particulars apply to SHARP & TUTTLF, .K o 93, or to JOHNSON 4c HAL - SI EU, No. 100 Pearl - street Jan20 7t ev . FOn HALE. Si'JJD The two story frame House and Lot of ground No. 73 Broome street, the corner of Elizabeth - street, with a stable in the rear. ALSO, a modern three story brick lloue and Lot handsomely situated within the vil lage of Newburg - h , the bouse is large and commodious ana wen csicui uea irom m retired, heall'iy and elevated sitimtion (having a fine view of the river and the adjacent country; for a family who wish so desirable a ituation on the North River. Price low and possession (risen th first of May next. ALSO for Sale or to I.ease, 5 avenue lota, kitiutcd on the First Avenue, between North and First - streets. ALSO to Lease for a nmnber of years, 15 building lots fronting on the First Avenue and First - treet. For further particulars, apply to CORNS. I)U HOIS, jan 20 lm 36 Front - street. FOR &.1LE, Or exchange for lots, or a country seat ar this city, an tuzhiy improved farm of 140 acres, situate on Uie banks id toe Hudson rliver. cnmliii. all the requisites for a crntev.1 country establishment: 10 per cent, eft lx purchase will rcceivea in an approveu enconcq note at O months, the residue mar remain cn morbrsure toco period at may be desirable to the nucha - - Price low. Apply at 3g6 Bowery. jan ii oi n an f 30 PUBLIC S ALES. BY FRANKLIN ti MINTL'RN, Tomorrow, 1 1 o'clock, in front of the auction store, 50 bixet Boston Cliocolate, 8 boxes dipt caudles, and, under the inspection of the wardens of th port, damaged on tho voyage of importation, 5 bags coffee. Friday, 10 o'clock, at No. 29 Liberty - street, oppotil the Dntch church, a variety of household furniture, the property cf a family breaking up housekeeping, consisting ol" beds, bedsteads, matrasses, blankets, sheets, table - cloths, curtains, toilet - fcildes, svash - standb, looking glarsei, bureaus, dinmg - tables, side - board, chairs, carpets, blinds, glass, earthenware, Ac. aud a variety of kitchen furniture. On the 26th instant, At f2 o'clock i.t the T C. House, 16 years unexpired lease fi - om the 1st May next of the 2 story frame house and lot of ground No. 1 Allen - street, lath 4th street, the house is 20 feel f. out and 26 feet in debth, con. Cininc 5 rooms . the lot is 23 by 87 feet in depth, and rents for 225 dols. per annum. There is aho on the rear of the lot a new 2 story building, tbout 13 by 26 feet deep, suitable for a work shop or stable. For particulars apply to Abraham Hart, No. 84 Division street, or at the auction store. On the 27in instant, At 12 o'clook at the T. C. House, The house and lot of irround corner of Pump & Orchard - st ; the lot is 50 feet on Oi chard and 44 feet some inches, more or less, on Pump - st. Any person disposed to purchase at private sale previous to the time above men tioned may apply on the premises or at the auction store. Also, the vacant lot of ground in Water - st. between llm ling - slip and Fulton - st. the lot is about Z7 feet 4 inches front and about 82 feet deep. At the same time, 12 vacant lots of ground near Coil ear's Moo'.., the west side of ' Valuut - st. situated as follows, viz. 3 lots on Water - st. 6 lots on Front - st. and 3 lots on &u(li - s)t. at present occupied by Thos. Ciiecsmmi as a ship yard. Maps of the property may be seen at the auction siore terms at sale, wniclt will be liberal. Wednesday, Jan. 28. At XII o'clock, at th T. C. II. The two houses and lots of ground, Not. 78 and 80 Kivington - street ; the lots each 25 feet front and 75 deep ; the houses two - story, with good frout cellars, cellar kitchens, &c. 2 rooms ou the first floor with pantries between and wide airy halls, 1 room ou the second with 2 pantries and a good garret each house has an alley through the yard, where there is grass plant, cisterns, lie. &c. BY HONES"! TOWN. Saturday, 31st of January, at 12 o'clock at the Tontine Coffee House. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me directed aud delivered, I will expose to sale at the 'Pontine C. lice House, on Saturday, the 31st day of January next, nt 12 o'clock t noon, all the right, title and interest of John Kane, of, in and to nil that certain LOT, piece or parcel of LAND with the buildings thereon erected, situate, lying aud being in the second ward, in the lity of Ne w - Yorkj now in the ocrupatien of the said John Kane, bounded as fuUuws, vis. in Iront on Pearl - street twenty five feet, on the northeasterly sido by the house or lot now or lately owned by Isaac Burr, and now occupied by Stephen Gorham, two hundred feet, on the southwesterly tide by (he houte and lot of ground now occupied Ly James Amory two hundred feet, and on the rear by Cliff ttreet twenty - five leet,bethe same more or lest ; together with all and singular the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated, New York, December 19, 1817. JAMES L. BELL, Sheriff. dec 19 Ids The above premises contitt of a 3 - story brick dwelling house, with a bi irk back building ad joining and communicating (herewith, x ei i - s stories high, and built in the modern style tne whole extending nine! v three feel from front to rear, and containing 6 rooms with fire placet, ii other roonit without, and garret rooms lor ser vants, a larire store with a spucious cellar under neath, both completely shelved, nod well adapt ed for an extensive dry good business 'J he kitchen it spacious and near it is an excellent wine uud cider vault, with a very convenient cool larder ; both buildings have slated roofs io excellent condition. In the yard is a well of fine water, and also a very capacious stone cistern. with otter com cniencet loo numerous lor an ad vertisement. In the rear of this lot and front ine on ClifT - st. is a new 3 story brick store, built as a dwelling house, with hiehceihugs and two slue kt of chimneys ; can be finished at a small expente, suitable for a genteel family At the street has lately been widened, the situation has become a verv ulensaat and a verv elixible one. The lots are sufficiently deep to be divided into two separate tenements. N. B. The premises rosy be viewed every day from 12 till 2 o'clock P. M. It it believed a larce proportion of the money may remain on mortgage a numDer oi years. Aw - York, Jan. 17, 1813. tFeb 1 JJP . P. D1 FT ERIC II ti CO. PRIVATE SALE. 1 elegant patent hanging lamp, suitable for an assembly room. Alto, about 8 miles from the City Hall, on the Bloomingdale Road, a very handsome country - seat, with very convenient bouse and out buildings, commanding a fine view of the north river; would lie exchanged for merchandise ; terms accommodating, r or particulars apply at the auction room. BY P. L. MILLS & CO. Thursday, At 10 o'clock, at the Auction Room, a general assortment of Ury Goods among whidh are 3 bales Calcutta chints best patterns, 3 cases fioe worsted stockings, 3 do cotton dq. and a number of other' articles. Thursday, 29th inst. 15 o'clock atT C. II. The 4 story Are proof store, corner of Slost - lane in the rear of No. 197 Pearl - st. The eel - Ur is of the whole ue of the house, snd per - fectly dry at all times - tht garret is very roomy and will contain storage at a eonsidera. ble amount Iu timbers fok, the roof slate, and every other material of the best kind it has strong partition w.lls, and may be used r. m. .tnret with a very trifling expence. This place was built by the late Mr. Gover - nnir. anil 11 III citij - "w,iui m tore at any in this city. IU immediate vici - tv to the centre of business, renders) il pecu liar convenient to anv who require an exteiu kive and safe ware - house, connected with their counting - room. IT1 V ELLEN'S BOWER, as arranged and JlA tunr by Jtfr. PH1LIPPS, is now ready for ialo at J. A. ti 11. GEIB'S Jtfusic Stoe, 23 jan 10 tf Maidei - la. WANTED imincUiairly, as an assintaut in, the writing department of Adelphl School, elegant penman. Apply at No. 125 Chatham - street. Jan 19 tf TO BE LEASED (ar 21 years,' House and Lot No. 83 Front - street, near Old slip. Hons and Lot Mo. 53 Rooscrelt slreet, ana bew buildings should b erected on the lots, they will b valued and paid for at the expiration of th lease, or a new lease given. Also, several lots iu the Sixth, Eightn ana Tenth Wards For particulars euquir ai f o. Chatham street. Jan 19 lw WATCH MAKERS. WANTED a good Journeyman Vvatrh Ma ker, to go Io the SouUiward. Good wages and cowst.Aot em - loymeut will be given. Enquire at 156 Broadway. , Jan 15 6t t

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