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. A IN CHANCERY. IN CHANCERY. , 1 State of New - York, n. 15 porruRBce of a decretal order of tlii honnra - bU court, bearing date (he 7th day of Jul; Jttt, wilt be mid at pahlm auction, . at the Too - tine Coflt House, la the city of New - York, on - iter Ue direction of the tutocriher, atone ofthe matters 4 ihitcoart, on Thursday, the 8la day ot January next nt vtce o'clock at Dooo, 1 all that certain block, or pin of Ground aod soil underwater, to be made land aod ground, out of - me rsonnornunson - s mver, iitnate, 1) ing ana 1 being between W athington - street aod a certain : ar street of sevtnty feet in breadth, to be made fronting on the said North River, called West - tlreet, and it hounded a follow: nortli - eaaterly and easterly h l.irM.rt - liwt ? nnrlh.,lrl and westerly by vVeit street aforesaid; iulh - Westtrly and westerly liy Cedar - street, and South easterly and eailerlr by Wasbington - itrrot t containing in breadth on Washington - ttreet and West siriet one hundred and ten feet lis inches, and in length along Li berty street : one hundred and invent v - teveo fort, and along r Cednr street one hundred and seventy - two feet"; , . together wilh the appurtenances, subject never , tlit - less to the reals, covenants, - restrictions sad agreements to which said premises are suniect, ' in favor ofthe corporation of the city of New '' York, as imposed, reserved and created by . Than. UaledSov.THth.HII7. JAMES A. HAMILTON. ':' Master in Chancery. Aote. The tale of the alove property is pott . fmnej to Friday, the 30lh instant, at eleven o'clock, A, M. at the sane place. It will be sold . ia lots or parcels and on liberal terms, which . may be known br applying at Uie Master office, " No. 3 Law Buildings ; where a map of the pre f - Buses may oeseca. January cin, iuib. Jan9dts , . . : IS CHANCERY. State of New York, ss IN conoar.ee oft decretal order of this honora JL ble Court, will he sold at public auction, at the Ton) ine Coffee House,' in the city of New ' York, under the direction of the subscriber, as one.oftiie roasters of this honorable court, on THURSDAY, the twenty - ninth day of January lust, at is o'clock at noon, all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate on the easterly aide of Brvadwy, in the sixth ward of the city of New York, known as Number 350, bounded as follows : Beginning at the corner of Broad ' war and Leonard - street. thence running norther ly and upon Broadway thirty feet and sis inches, to a home belonging to and occupied bv Slt - nheo - Price, Esquire, trieoce easterly along the same and parallel to Leonard street, one hundred and seventy live leet ( Benson - street, thence south . cily and upon Benson - street, thirty feet sis inch Leonard - street, one linodred and seventy - five feet lo Uie place ol beginning ; with the appurtenan , ces. Dated the 7th day of January, one thoui and eight hundred and eighteen. JAMES A. HAMILTON. Jan 7 tdi Master in Chancery. IN CHANCERY. John B. Murray, J vs. State of Ntw - York, ss James T. Watson. IN pursuant of a deeretal order of this bo - ' Aoarable eoart, made in the above cause, will be sold at puhlis aneiio", at the Tontine Coffee i , Honse, ia the eitr of New - Yorki under the dl - ? : reel ion of Um subscriber, as one of (he matters i of this ooort, oa Tuesday the second day of Sen. . Umber nest, at twelve o'clock at nooit, all that tract of land joining on the town of Lowville, and - lying in the county of Lewis, in the state afore i said, being part of great lot No. 4 of Mseomb's purchase, and comprises all the lots known on a certain plan or map y.ade by David Rronson and B. White, in the fnr I8", from No. iSS to - 34? Inclusive, containing together 15,000 acres of land, with the appurtcnanees thereto belong - 1 ing or any wise appertaining. - Dated Jone JO, - ., isir. fConO JAMES A HAMILTON. - , Jy i Uwtw dtds wlfaiterin Chancery. The sale of the above property is postponed t . the 1st day of Novemhernext at the same hour aodphtce. JAMES A HAMILTON, sep21awt Master in Chancery. The sale of the above property is postponed to - Saturday, the 8th day of November, at the same - - hour and place. Nov 1, 1817. - JAMES A HAMILTON, ' nor 1 SMlF3t Master in Chancery. The sale of the above property is postponed to Tuesday, the 18th day of November, instant, at - the same hour and plee. Nov8, 1817. v JAME3 A. HAMILTON, nor 8 8 W MI7 3t Master in Chancery. ' v The tale of the abort; property is postponed to the 4th ilv of December next Dated " evember 18, 1817. JAMES A. HAMILTON, nor 27 dU Master in Chancery. The sale ofthe ab ve property is postponed to . - the second day of Jansary nest, at the same hour and place. Dec. 1st, 1817. . James a. Hamilton, dec 2 lawtds Master lo Chancery. The sale of the above property it postponed to Thursday, the S2d inst. at the same hour and place. Jan.S, 181T , - JAMES A. HAMILTON, jan 3 dt Master iu Chancery. IN CHA.VCKKV. State of .Vtw - York, u. IN pursuance of a decretal order of this honorable court, will lie sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of Newi York, on Uie 3 1st day of January int. at 12 o lock in the forenoon, all that certain home and lot of jground, situated in the cily of New - fork, at the Cor tier of Cedar and Williara - stree:, and known aod dutioguished as house . No. 63 William - street ; said lot being in breadth in front and rear 25 fcet 2 ini lies, and in length on Cedar - street 91 feet 10 inches ; and on the southwesterly side about ninety three feet nvire or let". A' - so, all that certain other lot of erouod adjoining the former, and frobling on Wiliiuin street ; bi ing in br adth in front 41 feet 10 inches, and in rear M leet 2 incho ; leaving an off - set or break 00 the southwest side of two feet four intht : ..and in length on the northeasterly side anut 93 feet ; and on the southwesterly side 94 tett 4 inches, be the same more or Ii - m. Togetherwith . all and singular, the hereditMuenU and appurtenances thereunto beloniiig. P. G. HILDRETII. . Jan 15 Master is Chancery. IN CHANCERY. 1 - Slate of A'ete - York, u. TN DOTiuance of a decretal order of thi honora 1 ble court, bearing date the sixteenth day of January - instant, will 1 sold, ai purine auction, ti n.m Tonliiw CntTttn House, in the ritv of New. . York, on ier the direction of Hie suhsci iher, as one .ofthe muvteriol this court, on Saturday the 31st of January instant, at twelve o'clock, noon, all that certain lot niece, or parcel ol riound, situ ate, lying and being in tlie second ward of the city of New - York, aforesaid, on the northerly aide of William - street, at the Comer of John - street t bounded southerly br William street. . earterly by John rtreet, northerly by property of james w. nnDiuson, and westerly by property 1y of Mrs. Moore, eanUioing in I root aad rear, nineteen feet five ii.ches, m length, on John - stieet, fifty - one f.et nine inches, and in leagth on the property ol Mrs. .Yioore inty - two b et eleven inches, lie the same more or b - ss, wilh the appurtenances. Dated J muary 17Di, IHI8. ' JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jaal7d(ds Master in Chanrtry. JACKSON HOTEL 41 as..o stst fT'HE nirtneHiio enfeed iuto br Madame X. Moodion and Mr. pelrtrs, for carrying on ID jacatoo iintei, ittnis day dissolved. - - The Hotel w ill in future be conducted by Ma dame MOSDION. alone. The public are hereby cautioned, that ao debts hereafter contracted in the naaie of iJeletra and Moodion, will lie paid by Madame MONDION. Madame Moodion solicits such shire of the public favour as the merits of the hotel may, by experience, be found t ideserve. - Her customers will always find a Bar and Or - sjinary,or Table o'liote, well supplied, and Larder embracing every delicacy io season. - Clob rooms always clean, warta and ready for &e reception of guests. - R. MONDION. , - Xew.Tod. Jta. Ctb, leit, jut r Iff CHANCERY. Sint nt Ntw - York. tt. IN pursuance of a decretal order oT this bono sable coo rt, bearing date the IOthday of November, in the year 1817, will be sold at public avlifn. at tha TnnthM CMTa House, in the Ci ty ofNew - Yoik,oii Wednesday, the seventh day of January aest, at twelve o'clock, noon, a II that lu. nim or na nrl of Ground, situate ia the fourth ward of the city of New - York, on the corner of Cherry and IJover - ttreets, Doanoea noruiwen erly in Irootoa Cherry - street northeasterly by ground belonging to Maria Osgood, southeasterly in the rear by ground now or late the property ol Doctor Joseph Young, and southwesterly by Dover - street ; and is now known and distinguished by hoase and lot number two Cherry - street, and hoase numner one uover - sireei , cwnua' mr in hreadth. in front and rear, twenty se via feet and sis inches, and in length on each tide one hundred and sea - en feet, be the same more or less; togethrr with the appurtenances Dated December 17th. 1817. JAMES A. HAMILTON, M aster in Chance ry . dec 17 2awt30thD dts ftr - The sale of tlio above property is post poned to the 19th instant, at the same hour and place, iaiea January y, ii. ' - JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 7 dtds Master in Chancery. The sale of the above property is postponed to the Nth inatant, at the tame hour and place. uaiea jan. iin, mil.. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 19 dtds Master in Cham - err. ' l. IMAMfcKY STATK OF KBW - VORK, SB. N pursuance of a decretal order of this honora' hfe court, benrine date the sisteeoth dar of uctoner last, will be sold at public auction, at the online conee House, in Uie city ol new - lorn, under the direction of the subscriber, as one ofthe masters of this court, on Wtdntidau the tevenlh day ol January nest, at twelve o'clock, at noon, all that certain lot, tract or parcel of land, situa ted in the county of Ueiaware, in me stale ot New - York, and in Evans' rak - at, and known by great lot thirty four, and bounded as follows : be - Kiuningat a stake and heap of stones near a beech tree, marked No. 34 and 37 1 being the northeast corner of lot thirty seven ; thence along the north bound thereof south eighty nine degrees, west one hundred and twenty eight chains and ninety six links tc a beech tree marked No. 33 and 34 ; heme the southeast corner ol lot (No. 33,1 number thirty three ; thence along the east bounds thereof, north three decrees, east eizhty one chains and twenty links to a beech tree marked No. 31 and 34 i thence alons the south bounds of lot (.No. 31) numher thirty one, north echtr nine degrees, east the distance of one hundred and four chains, to a stake and heap of stones; thence south thirty Uve chains and twenty four links to a beech tree marked No. 6 ; thence north eighty nine degrees, ea.t twenty chains to the west bound of lot thirty five ; thence along the same south forty four chains end ninety sis links to the place of iieginning ; containing nine hundred and forty nine acres and three fourths of an acre of land, with the appurtenances. And also, all that i - ertnin other lot, tract, or parcel ol land, situa lea in (he county oi ueiaware, mine state oi New York, in Evans' Patent, and known bv rreat lot thirty seven, and is bounded as fol lows : Uesinnine at a hemlock tree mark ed No. 37 and 41), - being tlie northeast corner of lot No. (40) numher forty ; thence alons the north bounds thereof, south, eie.h ty nine degrees, west one hundred and thirty - four chains and ten links to a beech sapling marked .No. 36 b 37 : thence north three !e - ie i, cat seventy eight chains to a Beech tree wnn stones rouna it ; inence on tne sou in oouna lot thirty four north eighty niue degrees, east ne hundred and thirty chains to a Birc h tree narked thiriy seven and thirty - eight ; thence on the west bounds ol lot thirty - eight, south seveiitv - ight chains to the place ol beginning, containing lie thousand and twenty - lour acres anil onr fourth of an acre of land with the appurtenances Malta, ut - cemoer z, II7. A. I1AWIL.1U.X, Dec 3 lawlSdls Master in Chancery. ftT - The sale ofthe above imii.erty is postpo ned to tne eighteenth day of February nest at the same hour aod place. Dated Jan. 7. IK1U. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jfin 7 2awt Master in Chancery i.i CriAACLKV Henry rxkiord, vs. Slate of Aew - York, it, Jane Weeks and others. J IN puruaiice ol a decretal order of this honors - 1 ble court, made in the above caue, will be sold ut public, auction at the Tontine Coffee - House, in the city ol New - York, on Monday, tlie ninth day of February nest, at 12 o'clock at noon of that day, under the direction and tuper - intendance of the subscriber, one ol the masters of this court All that certain lot, piece, or parcel ot ground, situate I) ing and being in tlie se venth ward of New - York, and partol the real estate of Ebenrser Young, deceased, and to the northward of Cherry - street, and between U.at and Lom - ardy - street ; bounded outherly partly on ground now or late in possession ol George Peck, partly by a gangway of eight feet, aud partly by Lbent - ser Young's property, now or late in the occupation of ETisba Blossom ; wed - erly by Isaac Clasoo ; northerly l y Ebenezer Young, Junior ; and easterly by John Sinclair; c iitaiuing iu bre.idlh throughout filly leet nine inches ; and in length on bo'Ji sides eighty nine feet ; and also the right to. or m ilege. of all that certain gangway of ei - ht feet in width, leadn g from Chorry - street to Hie ground liereby couvey - ed, witii the absolute right of p:,siing and repassing at all times through said gangway, with horses, carts, carriages, loaded ai.d unloaded, nt pleasure. And also, all that certain lot of ground, situate, lying and lieing in the said eventli ward of the city al'ortiaid, on the north aid - ; of Cherry .trrpt t ImnndfH southerly in front bv Cherry - street, aforesaid ; northerly in Die rear ty ground lateol Sarah Rainbird, and lormi rly belonging io Eht ntier Youru, of the city aforesaid, de ceasi d; easterly by a gangway of right feet in breadth, and westerly by ground now or late ol Isaac Llason ; containing in length on each tide on. hundred leet. and in breadth, in front aud rear, each tenty fiie feet ; which twenty the feet includes the onu hall pari of the said gangway, and also the ue and privilege or the s.ud f;anwiy, in common with ihv proprietors ofthe ots of laud adjoining thereto ; and which said gangway is to be, and remain, a common jcmig - w ty or passage mr the uses aforesaid ; which s iid lot oi' eronnd is Parf of the real estate where - ofthe said Ebrnrier Voung, deceased, was seised in fee at the time of hi death; and which was siven and devised lo Sarah, the wile oi John Raiubird, in and br the last will and testament oi tne said r.oenecer loung, and ny tne saiu John and b.irah conveyed to William weens. Ing - ther with all and singular, the erti tires, biiildiucs, rights, meniliers, privileges, heredila nients and appurtenances tliereuntn belonging or in any wise nppeiiaiuwg. uaieti new - iora, January ytli, 111 IB WIl.l.lA.M Sr.A.MA. - M, Master in Chancery tan 9 law3w&dtds .1 H'JUSE. To be sold and possession given before tl.e 1st of May next, il required, a modern built substantial brick houe, three stories high, fwith several accommodations and conveniences w hich make it an agreeable dwelling for a gmteel la - mily) situated in the most wholesome part of this city, and Laving a pump oi excellent waiei within tne lot ; uie property a lee simple, ano free from all incumbrance. II not sold at prt vatesale before the 15th of rrbruary .next, it will then be sold at auction on the 16th and fol - followios day. Also, a complete set of carpets. ek - gant furnitures, household utrnsi Is and various tffi - cls, particularly neb ikec:. Mention of hooks, hv C. G. FONTAINE, lowborn apply (or par - ncuiars, at nis - aucuon room, no, im water street corner of Pine. J an 7 lm ATI FOR SALE, UB The elegant 2 - siory brick HOUSE and iai, secood door from t room - street, in Broad way, occupied by Mr. George Lacey, at the moderate ground rent of 75 per aouum ; ahoul 15 years unexpired; the buildings to be rained at the end of the term, or the lease renewed for il years longer; it rents for 400 per snnun ; ine wais and ttreet nas reutly been paved r or terms, apply to C. C. TUNIS, jan H ff SI CcSce - bwuo - alip. ACADEMY AT BELLEVILLE. N.'J. nnHIS institution will be oDeoed on the first 1 day of April nest, under the direction of JAMES STRIKER. A.M. as principal there of. ' . The course of instruction will embrace all the branches preparatory to a collegiate education! as well as those which are necessary for the mer chant the farmer, and the mechanic vis : A grammatical knowledge or toe fcjigiiati, i - ann aad Greek languages, arithmetic, mathematics, antient and modern Geocmphr, iucludine the use of globes aod maps, ancient and modern history. natural and moral philosophy, composition, oooa keeoinf. readinz.writine.se. The terms of tuition for day scholars in the lowest branches, will be two dollars per quar ter, and will not exceed five dollars per quarter, in anv ofthe hisher. To those at a distance, who are desirous of sendins their children to this healthy and beau tiful village for instruction the principal offers to receive into his own family, a select number, who will be educated and boarded, (including washing and mending) at tlie rate of $1C0 per annum. It is requested that those who intend to send their children to the day school attached to the institution, will rive early notice. In offerius thie seminary to public notice, the trutlfpsetitt - rtHic a hnne. that the beneficial pur Koscs contemplated in its establishment, will not defeated from the want of public patronage. For the ability of their principal to fulfil tlie im portant task he has undertaken, they refer to the . ' - . I . 7 I . 1 1 I f unjoined recommenoauon ; ana ne win employ no ushers or assistants, but such as shall be most satisfactorily recommended and duly Qualified. To the Inhabitants of the village and its vicini ty, they offer a well regulated school, for I lie in truction of their Youth, a thins much wanted and loiur desired : and to straneers, the advanta ges of education in a place admirably adapted lor tlie purose, by its nearness to, and daily communication with New - York, and its acknowledged superiority in point of health bnd beauty. Her. Staats Van Santvoord, Abraham Cadmus. joiuivannensseicr, lTrus,eet. rninei nuruuivnu, Ezekiel Wade, Jonathan Tompkins, Bellevile, Decern her, 1K17. RKCOMMKNOATIOIT Of Mr. Strjker, the Principal, hy P. Wilson, L L. D. 1'rolessor of Languages iu Columbia Collrce, " This gentleman is an Allumnus of Columbia College, and received a considerable part of his instruction trom me. i am tnereiore wen acquainted with his talents and have no hesitation iu declaring him fully capable of fulfilling the task he has undertaken, with credit to bimsell aod benefit to the community." (Signed) r. WIL.SU.V jan 9 lawtfd&c M U S 1 C. ALL the Songs, Duetts, as sung by Mr. Phi - lipps at the New - York Theatre, for sale at Wat. DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store, yo. izo Bsoadway. Behold in his soil eip - flive face Tho' love is warm awhile 'Tis hut fancy's sketch Is there a heart that never lov'd In vain roav that bosom lost quite deplore My early day what joys was thine Love's young dream This blooming rose at early dawn Robin Adair Beautiful Maid .Let fame sound the trumpet Had I a heart Evtleen's Bower I 'ear maid I love thee Ah sure a pain was never seen Said a smile to a tear riigh not for love My heart with love is beating The celebrated serenade of" Lillacome down Bird Duett to nie" Flora's wreath. With a large assortment of new music. dec 24 For bale, Lewie, or Let. That pleamnlly situated place, on the road leading to Ring's - bridge, by way ol Marlim lane, known as Rose - Hill. 1 he 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, thews two fronts. The garden, and about two acres of meadow, are well stocked wilh fruit and ihrubbery, asparagus beds, currants, Sic. The house and coach - house are in good condition, and with small expense can be made a very genteel country retreat. I De terms will be made easy. ALSO, That very genteel two - story hone, stable and twoluts of ground, situated in Bank - st, Greenwich; at present occupied by George Lindsay, Etq. Apply at 55 Broadway ; or, to CHAKLhS (JAKI.KY, .jan 15 1m 141 Front - street . EiHi SsiLK, On accommodating terms, the House nod lot No 139 Fulton - street. The premises may at any time be viewed and terms wade known, by applying to the present occupant. Jan 10 it rOH S.HI.K OH 'JO LE.ISh, Lots in the 5. 8. 8. and 10 Wards; many ol which are on regulated and paved streets. No money will be required under ten years, if sold, interest excepted. Several two and three story houses, on which a great part ofthe money remain on mortgage. An excellent stand for business, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a whan, storehouse and barn. COTTON aud WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may be erected, witD a sufficiency oi wuter lor each. Apply at io. x i reenwich - street. jan 13 tf I'UIil.lU SALE ON Tuesday, the 27th of January, at twelve o'clock, will he sold by Hones V Town, that valuable and pleasantly situated Proerty in Broad - street, belonging to theestate of the late Mr. John Post. The Lot is 47 feet 8 inches front and rear, on the north K'Sleetb inches, and on tlie south side 138 ,eet in depth. The Mouse stands about the centre of the Lot, leaving good gnngway on the north side, and fine garden 7 . . . j i - L . .:,...: : .j I i i - I . t ran anu icnr. i or iiiuaiiun ueriueu ueiliii - ful. Perrons desirous of purchasing, are request ed to view the premises. Title indisputable. rossession will be given on tlie 1st day of May next, t urtrier conditions on the day ol sa'e. Deborah Post, ) Deborah Douglass, Executrixes. Catharine Hitter. John I. Post, I ., Peier R. Post. Eecutors. Jan 7 t27 KOR SALE, nsAi. rnorKRTV ia thk cits of txw - iobk A BRICK HOUSE .and Lot No. 11 Rnwerr STABLE in the mr - tnrrth er with the LOT, 44 feet front 42 feet rear, and 1X3 leet on earn side. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Vesey - street , and House nd Loi isjo 3 vrser - strret. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1300 dollars. do and do for 750 do do and do for 450 do On valuable property in the citr of New - York The in'erest lias always been punctually paid. r or particuiars inquire at The omce or STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, dec 10 tf No. n Wall - street. TO BOARDERS. IH REE gentlemen can be conveniently ac I cotnmodated with genteel Boarding and lodging, in house situated in a central part he city, and in which there are no children Apply to no. Ml Nassau - street, near f niton street LOST OR STOLEN. r A GOLD LHAIJf, (suitable for a min iatun - ) consisting of two strands - clasp and yel low t)g stone : oo the clasp are the U tter M C. A suitable reward will he given to whoever may rruni it. Appt as above. Jan 17 4t A VALUABLE, PARM, TobeiolJorcxcbanced for property in Nnw.York. The subscriber being in a very low state ol health, and naving very little hopes 01 recovery, offers for sale hit farm at Barbados neck, county of Bergen, containing about one hundred and thirty uve acre oi aranie. meadow ana wooo - land. This farm lieson the main road between New - York and Newark, about half n mile this side of Newark Bridce. It is ia a very biehwtate ol cultivation, and is not surpassed branyotner in the vicinity; of We w - York, as a valuable and agreeable residence, either for the farmer or private gentleman. The dwelling honse, though small, is neat and well finished, and the fences, sates., barns, stables, aod other out - bouses, are in excellent order and well planned. Is front of the hoase, bordering on the public road, is a handsome and well stocked garden, and on the premises is a young and thriving orchard, containing a choice selection ofthe beit grafted fruit trees. A more particular description of the property is thought unnecessary, as those disposed to purchase will view the premises. The title is indisputable. For particulars, apply to the subscriber, No. 188 Pearl - street, or to Mr. Andrew Smith, near the premises. novl4tf ROBERT STUART. VALUABLE PROPERTY for sale. WILL BE SOLD. lift - At Public auction, on the premises, on 1 hursday, the zza day ot January next, at one 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 Uie ferry. On the premises is a handsome new dwelling bouse, standing on an eminence, which commands a most beautiful and extensive prospect of New York Bay, Staten Island, Sic. and 'or pleasantness of situation is not exceeded in King's county ( and a new Barn or Carriage House'. ' ALSO, . A FARM, of about 17 acres of upland and 8 1 - 2 of Salt meadow, ad joining the property before described, having a good house, barn, &c. ALfcO, A FARM, containing about twelve acres of upland, in a high state of cultivation, and 8J - ? acres of salt meadow, adjoining the turnpike leading from Brooklyn to Jamaica, on whit his an excellent young oicliard, a good dwelling house, aorst - rate barn, kc. kc. LIKEWISE. Four lots of Woodland, ol 7 acres each, lying about a mile from the above described farms. The above property will lie 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, whicl may be required. JOHN C. HAM. ian 3 tds Brooklyn. dm TO LET. 4ii For a term of years, the house and lot No. 5 Broadway, at present occupied hy the Miss Mntey's, as a boarding house, rorparu culars enquire of ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, Clermont, jan 3 tFl tft - t CiiUATHY SEJT FOR SALE, illlli AT Jamaica, on Long Island, Queens County, late the residence of John Troup, Esq deceased. On tlie premisi - n are a good two story frame house, bam, and other out - build ings ; , 28 acres of land in a good sta e for cultivation i 28 acres of wood land, of a fine thrif ty growth for fenxingnnd timber; and a lot of 7 acres salt meadow, tin tins property are two apple orchards, and a variety ot other fruit trees. Jamaica being one of the most flourish - mtr villages on the bland, i enders this proper ty desirable for a gentleman retiring from bu siness, ior particulars apply to M. DITMIS, 148 Pi arl - st. j or to JOHN Si ROUT TROUP, jan 9 tf on the premises. hOn SALE AT AUVTIOK At the T. C. II. on the 1st day of March next, the FARM belonging to the estate oflhc Inte Dr. Isaac Ledyard, situated one mile south of the village of Newtown, Ixing Island. The Williamshurgh turnpike runs througn ine r arm, on one side of which is anew excellent stone wall, half a mile in length 1 he farm contains about 150 acres. 15 of which is a fine Wood Lot. with two apple orchards, one old, the other jutt liegiu - mng io near wen, ano a suuanie proportion oi good salt meadow. The Mansion House is large and convenient, four rooms ou ear b floor, with a go 1 kitchen and cellars ; attached is a large barn, crib, hen bouse, smoke house, well, and a new cistern, Vc. The court yard and garden con tain a variety of fruit trees and shrubbery, a large asparagus tied, raspberries and currants ing about sixty acres ; attached to which is une qual proportion of bait Meadow, and lot oil young wood, situated within less than a mile of the farm, containing ten acres, wilh a farmhouse, ham, well, garden, &c. Likewise A Lot of Land, lying at Sprinfield, south ofthe village of Jamaica, containing be tween tour and five acres, on which are about a dozen large rhesnut trees, suitable forlencing. 1 ne above lands wi I be an regularly surveyed, and maps of the same exhibited some time pre vious to, aod at the sale, and disposed of hy the acre, with the builnings thereon, inclusively. rossrs.ion given on ine nrst o April. For further particulars, apply at 49 Dey - street jan 8 ids '. I r .Vl c.i..i5C H.iZ - .M - a. G' EORGE SANDERS, lately from London. once more addresses the public, thanks them for past favors, and once more ventures to recommend his strops as one of the most comfort - giving contrivances that ever blest the chin of man. tie will instruct anv sell - tnaving genue 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, " To shave to sleep perchance to dream while in the operation aod who would bear the tweaks and acts of Dar ner base ; who would grunt and sweat under a loathome beard, or a dull razor use, when he might his qufctus make with a simple Saundcr's strop?" Come then to his manufactory at the corner of Reed - street and Broadway, and Uiere you will Iind the subscriber always ready to re ceive the commands of his customers. decs tf T. BROWN, stone seal engraver and jewel ler. No. 166 Hroadway. Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, Sic. engraved on stone. A handsome assortment of fine gold teals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals cugraved with coats of arms mottos, and fancy devices. Diamonds, amethysts, crystals, tc. bought in the rough or cut b. any form. Books of heraldry kept wilh upwards of 60.000 names. Jan 7 3m RUSSIA OIL. N SMITH DAVIES . & CO. Chvmical Perfumers, - and Fancy Scap Makers, No. 136 Broadway, New York, flVr to the ladies and gentlemen of this city their Russia Oil, whitb is one of tlie most agreea ble and useiul oil for pr noting the growth of the hair. Ladies will find it Uie best for dressing real or f;ilse hair. Gentlemen whose bair has been injured by had powder, would do well by using this oil, as it comets the injury it has sustained. It may be had in bottles, with printed directions. at wholesale or retail, at llieir tnanul ictory. AI to, a general assortment of perfumery, fancy ar ticles and soap, dressing cases, work boxes. thread cases. purses, razors, scissors, pen - knives, silver pencil cases, tweeters, tobacco pipes, tooth pick cases, amber and spar tiuelling bottles, o - dour of roses in bottles, cologne, lavender, hooey, orange nower ana rose waters, fee. &c. jan If BOARD Si LODGING. TWO or three (.entlnoen can be accommo I dated in a French family, with Board and LVging, where ther can take leisions in the French language if Iher chose. Apply at this c - ate. jan 13 8w U. 8. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA WITII A GUARD. fr The public are assured that this line is nuHl ia anv ia the U. 8. for the convenience and comfort ofthe traveller. With , the addition of the guard, tlie passenger may rest secure as to his baggage ana personal soieiy tne concn ne - vr twins' left whilst chancing at the Dost offices, without a person on the box. The way mail Is put in separate bags and changed in the European style. ine t S. man Voacn win nan iiura iuc coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - steet, New York every day at 2 o'clock P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 0 o'clock; only 6 passengers admitted io this coach; For seats apply to TH09. WHITF1KLD. at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No 1, second office from Broadway in Courtlandt - street, or to A. T. GOODRICH & Co. no. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All goods and baggage at the risk of the owners. J. LYON k SONS, Powles Hook. WILLIAM GULICK & CO. Kingston. CHESTER. BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses sent to any part ofthe Continent by Jin 50) 1 HU5. w ni rrir.L.1. H)sl CHAISE LI.K FOR PHILADELPHIA. Tlie POST CHAISE, witli every convenience for fassengert and tli"ir baggage (through in one day) will leave the City Hotel every day (Sundays excepted nt 7 o'clock io the morninz, 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 l'ntsengers and their baggage, will leave tlie City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at half past 1 o'clock P. M. will proceed before tlie Mail, and not subject to the inconvenience ol stopping at the numerous l ost Unices on the road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, and arrive some hours before the Mail at Philadelphia. All letters ano papers carried free of expente by the Coaches. For seats in the above lines apply at the Post Chaise and Albany Mail and Diligence Office, No. 118 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel. fJT All goods and baggage at tlie risque of uie owner. JOIINNiCUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK Si SONS, Princelon. STOCKTON Si HOWELL, Philadelphia. JV. B. Ezvreuet tent lo any part of the Union. JanfJ tf NEW ARRANGEMENT. UA. MA1L - COA C S, HETH EEXJtEW - YORK k PHlLAlit l.PHIA. fXT" The public are assured that ther is now handsome coache;, on springs, equal to any in tht U. Slates, now running oo this liue. Passengers lor the V. S. Mail Coach will leave New - York every day at 1 o'clock Dine at J. Lyon & &on's hotel, at I'owle's Hook, and arrive at Philadel phia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only fix pas sengers admitted in the Mail Coach. Fare $10. t or seats, apply to 1 11 OS. WHITFIELD, at the old established coach and stage office, old No. 1, Courtlandt - strcet, second office from Broadway, New - York. . All goodi and baggage at the risk of the owner. JOSEPH LYON, SONS Si Co. N. B. Expresses, coaches, extra stages, kc. furnished to go lo any part of the United States, on the shortest notice, by Thos. Whitfield, No. I iourtlandl - street. new - York. nov 5 e 'JO LKT, The Store No. 134 Front - street an ex cellent stand for a Grocer. For further particu lars inquire of RIPLEY it WELD, nov II i 192 Front street TO LET, And immediate nosiession riven, the house No. 9 Pearl - street, together with the sta ble and Coach House in the rear on Bndge - st I he premises are in complete repair and have every convenience necessary for the accoinmo dation ot a taniiiy. r or particulars apply to octlH I - . BKAUIMi. BANCKER - STREET NOTICE. V"0 TICK is hereby given to all persons inter - ested, that the commissioners ol eitim.ite and asseument noDointed bv the svnrems court of judicature ol the state of New - York, to perform certain duties relative to the enlarging, ex tending and improving oi Bancker - sireet, between Clinton street and Grand ttreet in the said city, have completed their estimate and assess ment, as well ol tl.e loss and damage sustained o - ver and above the benefit and advantage rectived hy the owners ot the lands and premises required lor the taid enlarging, extending and improving of Bancker - ttreet at aforesaid, as also of the lie nefit and advantage received by tlie owners and parties interested of and in certain lands and premises not required for the taid improvement - And that we the said commissioners, have depo sited a true copy of such estimate and assessment in tlie clerk's office of the city of New - York, for the inspection of whomsoever it may concern. And notice is hereby further given that the report ofthe said estimate and assessment will be pre sented for confirmation to the supreme court of judicature of the state or New - York, at the capi tol in thecity of Albany, oo Friday, the sixteenth day of January next at the opening of the taid court on that dar, or at toon thereafter at coun sel can he heard thereon. Dated this 26th dayl ot iiecemner, mi . PETER HA WES, ROGER STRONG, Commissioners tlENJ AMIN A. AKERLY. ) dec 36 18t CORPORATION PROPERTY. TO be sold at public auction on Friday the I 20th February, 1818, at the City Hall, 13 o'clock. The highly valuable FARM now occupied bv Mr. William A. Hardenbrook, about 5 miles from the city, containing together nearly City a cres of land. It will be sold in lots from 5 to 10 ncret each, tituated on the 6th, 7th. 8th, 9th, Sl 10th avenues ; on the latter ttand the dwelling house and out buildings, hut a short distance from the Hudson River. This property is worthy the attention of those who wish to possets handsome country seats ; as its continuity to the city, commanding views of ine iiuus m, reurea situation, ana cnoice quality of some of tlie ground, together with an ample supply ni wood, render il one oi tne most oetira ble objects ol purchase. A map ofthe premises may be seen, and further particulars known, at the Comptrollers Of - ice, Cily Hall. Jan 6 dtt nill The house and lots Not. 161 and 163 William - street If not disposed of at private sale, previous to the 88th instant, they will on that day he offered for sale, by auction, at the Tontine Coffee House. For further particulars apply at No. 31 1 Duane - street jan 7 tf MEMOIRS ofthe hfe and writings of the Revd. Claudius Bucbannan, D. D. late vice provost of the college of Fort William, iu Bengal, by the Revd. H. Pearson, M. A. of St John's College, Oxford - .just received aod for rale by COLLINS St HAN NAY, Jan 17 ff o, X30 Pearl - tlresL k aVrslBg piblic know cow to nSitirrsiik k., "V , : twesa thine that riiflM .. ii member of the faculty of phS? aod surgery there, deem, it rash, irtiscrinnnate, and Mouaj? fled use thereof; has been pff tire of infinite Aischur riQ:r sands are annually, mercurialised out of eii3" ence. The disease we have in riew owes it, V tal iMnlta rhiAr fn lhi..uipr - u ul - 7 HV that a young man, the hopes of hit country ? the darling of his parents, should be tsitched way from all the protpectt and emoymeattofliu by the consequence of one unguarded inomeri and by a disease not in its own nature fataL which only provet to from neglect or improSI treatment.'' A gentleman, (late Dr. fa tient) now perfectly hearrr and well, had bSH under physKiant of geneiJ practice, aixveE? and repeatedly sali vat d ; when recommendfJIE Dr. H. (by a gentleman of this city) huTkiuI wer. carious, sad hi flesh ; dropping from tte! his friends declared he roukl not possibly snr, ' t wo months longer. Thousands exrrinxntL'ih! know with what ease and safety Dr. H erH' cate the severest cases, and confirms theVr....?" tution. The Doctor's plan (advertising) Jr i cessary to guard the public against (he aoss ir mercury, and other fatal delusions, held fortT - l Persous, Uierefore, having contracted a nT" vate disorder, or suspecting latent poiton. sr admonished not to tamper with theirconstit. tioo, or conceal the disorder, till part reccval ry ; othershaving the remains of an old caj2 or other impurities ofthe blood, asweUasM er complaints of a delicate nature, j0 f,u2 sex. should remember posterity, and do nutjrl to their consciences, by making ppCaijo2 to Dr. H. at his old and respectable uiC lishment. No. 64 Water - street, four houtei Twert of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance a lone calculated to prevent disclosure. And berk let me claim your serious attention Remember a superficial cure is no cur at all ; nnless the nasi nest is radically done, you will certainly have the disorder break out again with redoohfed mi lignity. at tome future period ; perhaps then will be too late for remedy, Don't you often meet ia the streets miserable, mutilated beings, without even a bit of nose on their face i Take warnk I beseech you. Dr. H's. character for skill and stubborn int. gri'y being universally known in this city, sioc 11104, guarantee to patients tha delicacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, and haying confined hit practice for years past, exclusively to the cure of disease ol tlie blood system, they may safely calculate on the most decided advantage in cam. suiting Dr. II. " - son - Gleets eradicated in twsi or three weeks. Stricturct removed wilhoiii bougies or any other instrument ; and all debilities; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's Ait . A plurality ofothc.es are prorided, and so sift, ated that patients are not exposed toeach other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening All persons concerned are invited to be free ia tailing, and speaking with Dr.H. which it re of cost And here the Doctor cannot avoid lb tiprcsinn of gratitude for innumerable recommendations, and for the decided preference fit it presumed with just cause) long given him br a judicious public ' N. B. All letters must be pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Auj7 AEJTtiER QUACKERY JVOR MPoTl. 7YOJV' DR. EVANS' ,,. method of curing a ces. tain Disease, isnowmirer - sallv Ar lr nnu - IoJcaJ .l;. city : hit mode of treatment uuiu, we, ex - LrwIitiAii. n - J L ' . '"""""i sou uii cmrget I reasonable. In every it - stance he warrants a core, '"id will return the pay if hi ;doet ncrt perform agreeabl tocontrarf. - me w CT.recy aiwayt ohierved. 1 here are many persons in this city and its vicinity, laboring under varibut chronic disrsset, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrofolt or kinrs evil, fistulas, disease af tha . - .ii bladder and kidnies, old complicated connUinia certain nature, bilious and other Winr - . rhenmctilffi. X P. wllirh v f.A..;n. . v, - - - r' - - - nospitais in curope iz years, under some of tot nrti ourgetms uiu iijiiciant in me world, tat made those obstinate diseases hiseonifnnt for 30 rears. Oct U irp - WHEATON It DA - Via, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - stmt, opposite St. Pault Church, offer for sale, wholesale tad retail, a large and elegant ss - sort mint of Curld Maple, plain painted and omasMol ed in gold H bmnte, Bamboo, Plain and Cilt Bails, Rocking, Sewing, and Converts. fifin Clmifft finfea W, LnungeeS) Music Stools, tc. Orders from any part of the continent executed with neatnest and dispatch. Old Chain repaired, painted and oroameatra. octlS A GREAT TURALCU R I O 8 I T Y . N A THE public are informed that this mors - ing was landed the lf exiwcted FEMALE ELEPHANT, and it fob seen at No. S96 Broadway, near Washington Hall. The site of tha animal it about 7 leet high, and about tsteei long from the end ofthe probocit to the end of the tail. She it to be seen from 9 o'clock A. M. to 9 in the eveuing. Price of admittance to cents. BovSTtf WANTED II .'!? To hire or nurchase. a rood two story brick house, situated on tlie west side of th town, between Liberty it Chamber - streets Possession to be taken at any time previous w the 1st of May next Apply at No. 148 V7 - ner - street. J - n 5 eodw jf - H YOR SALE, KmIJ The Howie aad Lot No. 101 Liberty ft Depth 34 feet, breadth 15. Depth ol the M 107 feet. Tbos wbo may wish to purchase prof' - ty of tlii ditcription, can at any time viw th premises, and teruit of tale may be agreed oo, by application to poTT M'KINNE, - dec 31 6 South - street . GRAND PIANO FORTE. FOR SALE at JOSEPH WILLSON'S Music Store, 14 Maiden - lane, aremsrits - bly fine toned second hand - piano, by Broad - wood. Also, the following songs, sunj by M;. Pbilippt: . Said a smil to a Tear i Sigh not for Lorn Let Fame sound the Trumpet Just list Lov t Love's Young Dream ' Is there a heart that never loved, Sic The Bower of Rotes, from Lai la Rookh - - WUl?on. . Clinton' Grand March, composed by J - Willson. The Smile of Affection . The young' Mary Moor ; Oh! Rembr9P The Wood Pecker, tang by Mr. lncledon Black - Eyed usnn And every ariicl in tb musical lin Jan 7 3w E NGL1SU Cannon and Musket Powder, lor tale by LEROY, BAYARD ft CO. dec 9 NEW - YORR: PRINTED AND PUBLISHED MICHAEL BVRNHAM k CO. No. 41 Pit - Tnrr. . U AVi V of a finm ""I ' ' . . . J wiwtt; HKV rable. tliey cao certain be cured (in eenertl. hy arplvine at Dr. E V A NS'S Medical Q&ZiSi 'vtcsj All CXlfclllllsl

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