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'IN CHANCERY. s , tN CHANCERY. - :" ! :,. - t i - v 6taUeNewT6j1t, it.' ,fW parsuanc of idtcntal ordevof this honor 1 bl court, bearing date tbe 7th day of Jlj laM." will be sold at public recUna, at th Ton - tineCoflee House, In the city of Ntw - York.aa - - dertbs curectioaot tn surwcnber, ascot the " natten at thit coart, oa t nunaaj, the Th day - of January next, at lwre o'clock at boob, all . that cartata block, or Piece of rroand and toil ';i Binder water, to be made (and and ground, out of r nunagrnvnai'tiunr! auntie, sy top; sura . . toeing between W ashhi rtoo - ttraet and a certain ae lreet of seventy feet ia breadth, to be made . frswling oa the taid Worth River, catted West - treet, aad is bounded a follows : Berth - easterly am easterly Djr uoeny - streer i north - westerly - Mel westerly by West - street aforesaid; south westerly aad - westerly by Cedar - street, and ' eoata easterly and easterly by - Washington - nreeir eontimlog in breadth oa washington - ' r street aad West sin et ooe hoodred and tea feet , - ix inches, and ia length along Liberty - street 'fern hundred and seventy - ae feet, aad along Cedar - street one hundred and seventy - two feet" ; . j " in - ' - "wvv together with the appurtenance, tuhjer - t aever - wkh to im rents, coveaams, resincuoni bjxu agree to which id premises ara subject, i fever of the corporation of the city of New - .. York, as imposed, reserved aad created by - tb.PateofHov.Wth.lSlT. , JTlZ. JAMES A. HAMILTON. Master ia Chancery. It 6te The sale of (be above property is postponed to Friday, the 90th instant, at eleven clock, A.M. at the ajaw place. It will be sold lots or parcel, and oa liberal terns, which . asay be kaowa by applying at tb Matters office, - Ao. S Law Buildiagi ; where a map of the pre - axise nay be teea. Jaaoary 8th, 1818. . Jaa9dt , ; IN CHANCERY. State of New York, st IN pamance of a decretal order of this honorable Coart, will be told at public taction, at tb Tontine Coffee Hoase, in the city of New York, under the direction of the subscriber, as awe of the masters of this honorable court, on THURSDAY, the twenty - ninth day of January lost, at It o'clock at noon, all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate on the easterly aide of Bnodvay, in tha sixth ward of the city f New York, known at .Nasi her 350, bounded as follows i Befinniog at the corner f Broadway aad Leonard - at reet,tbenct running norther ly aad upon Broadway thirty feet and tix incbet , to a howe belonging to aad occupied by Stephen Price, Esquire, thence easterly along the same and parallel to Leouard street, one hundred and neveuty five feet to Benson - street, thence south erly and upon Benson - street, thirty feet tit inches to Leonard - street, thence westerly and upon Leonard street, cue hundred and seventy - fire feet to the ptaw of beginning I with the appurtenances. Dated the 7th day of January, one thousand eight hundred and eighteen. , JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 7 tds . Matter in Chancery. iH CHANCER! SltUt of Ntto - York. h. v IN pursuance of an order of this honorable Court, will be sold at public auction at the Tontine Coffee Houte, in the city of New - York, natter the direction of the subscriber, on the 87th dav of November int. at ELEVEN O'CLOCK in the ferenoon All that certaia lot, pi nee or parcel ol ground situate lying and neiog tne fourth ware? or (he city or new - iork, comraen - cing 40 feet from the southwest corner of new - market - slip (late Catherine - street) and Cherry - street, and running westerly along Cherry - street '40 feet, to ground now or late the property of John Holsman t thence southerly along said ground 120 feet to Water - ttreet; thence easterly aloog Water - street 40 feet, to ground now or late of Bollus Moore, then nortlierly a long said ground ISO feet, to the piace of begin - , aing. Alto, all that certain other lot, piece or barer! of ground, titaate, lying and being in the fourth ward of the city of New - York, directly ' in the rear of the above described piece or parcel of around, and commencing 40 feet from the outhwest corner f new - market - ili p. and Water street, and running westerly along Water - street 40Teet, to ground or Joon u. coster ; inenre southerly alone said crowd 160 feet to gnuth - ' street, thence easterly alonr South - street. 40 feet to.gruendnoworlate of Bolt at Moore, theuce ortrjeriy along said ground lot' leer, to ine place of becioninc. ToceJner with the hereditaments and appurtenances to the same, and every part ana parcel merer oeiongtng or in anywise ap - - pertaining, isaiea nov. tn, ibi . THOMAS BOLTON. ' ' ' Master io Chancery. The above will be told in teperate lots. The teM of tale will be liberal and may be known bv enQoiring of the Mater, So 41 rine - street, . where a map e - f the premises can be teen. . Bov4lawti9thdta The ale of the above property Is oostDoned to fhe 28th day of JanuHiy nest, at the same hour ana place, vaiea nov. T7in, 1017. THOMAS BOLTON, Matter in Chancery. ' aov7 1awtlari9Mt - IN CHtiNCUtt Store ofKtw - Vtrk. u. IN pursuance of a decretal order of this honorable court, bearing date the 1 0th day of November, in the year 1817, will be sold at public Bunion, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the ci ty of New - York, ou Wednesday, the seventh day of January next, at twelve e'r lock, noon, all that lot, liii - ce or parcel of e round, sitaate in the fourth ward of the city of ."Vew - York, on the comer of (sherry and Dover - streets, bounded, northwest erly in fronton Cherry - street, northeasterly by ground beloncinx to M aria Oseood. southeasterly in the rear by ground now or late the property of Doctor Joseph ioung, and southwesterly by Dover - street ; and is now known and distinguished by house and lot number two Cherry - street, ana nojise numner one Dover - street t containing in breadth, ia front and rear, twenty se - - vea feet aad six inches, and in length on each tide ooe hundred and seven feet. be. the tome iniire or lest ; together with the appurtenances. vniea Lecemoer 11m, ibiv. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Master in Chancery .'dec 17 SawtSOthD dts ft7 The tale of the above Dropertv it Dotl - poiied to the 19th imtant, at the tame hoar and place. Dttea January 7, mis. .. - ; JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan? dtds Master in Chancery. The trile of the above property it postponed 10 tne 2 in iusum, at me aame nour and place Dated jaa. iwio, ioio. . JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jae 19 dtds , Master in t Chancery. : td CHANCERY. Stale of New - York. ss. IN pursaance of an order of this honorable conn, win oe told at public auction at the 1 ou tine Co tire Hoase. ia the city of New - York, un cVer the direction of the subscriber, on the twenty aeventh day of November instant, at ELEVEN O'CLOCK ia the forenoon, nil that certain lot, piece or parcel of around, situate, lyinr and be Jtig ia the fifth ward of the city of New - York, frootine on Laieht - st. fHUDSON SQUARE. iMMndi d northerly intlie rear by Vettry - vtreet, eaferly by the boose and lot bow (or late) ncco - pied by Mrs. .Murray, westerly by abouie and lot late of Leonard Lisiienard. iImmmi 1 cm. . taining in breadth, in frct,and rear 31 feet 6 laches, and io depth on eicb tide 175 feet. Said rrrmises being: held under and hv irtnnf certain demise from tbe rector and inl .abitants of Itie city ot New - York, in communion ofthe Pro - let; set EpiscoDaJ Cliurch in the stale nf N.. Tork, for the term ofninety - nine yean from the th day of March. 1305 : tuhiect to th vrlw tent ot' tS, and to tbe provisoes, covennnls and Bgreetnentt coottmed in said lease - : together Kith tbe hereditaments and appurtet ances to the eKme hetongmg or in anywise appertaining avnieo hot. , 101 1. THOMAS BOLTON, Matter io Chancery The terms of sale, which will he liberal, may oe a oown ny enquiring at mc ooce 01 ue ve ter. Vo 4 i Pine - street. rrt 4 nwt!9thdte Tbe tale of the above propetty is rottDnned to the tH'k day 0 January next, at the tame boor Bad piace. Dattd no ran, ii7. THOMn BOLTON. Muter it Chancery. wey xi lajvvxvaiu at of 01 ty or ty ol to 111 Iff CHANCERY. - , ite eAcw - rari, . INpvjrMance of a decretal order ot Ibis honorable coart, will be told at public auction, at the ToottaeCoCee Ifotte, ia the city of New - fork, na tha Stat da of Janaarv aaax. at It o'clock ID fh CnrcAoAa. all that errtaia hoase aad lot Of mssd. eitaated in the ritr of New - fork, at the comer of Cedar aad William streets, and kaowa aad distinguished aa house Ho. 03 uuiiam - itiHt t uut lot hetnc ia breadth ia front and rear K feet 1 inches aad io fength on Cedar - street VI tret 10 iacbe ; anU oo toe soauiwesier hr sida about einetv three feet, atore or less. A' so, all that certaia other lot of ground adjotamg tha lormer, and routing oa William sireei m mg ia bradth in froot l feet 10 incbes, aad in ur A saet f inrki Imviitt aa off - set or break oa the southwest side of two feet fear inches; aad ia length oa the aortbeastarly tide a boat 93 feet and on the southwesterly side 94 feet 4 inches, be the same atore or lew. Together with all and iin(si&r, tha bereditunenU and apparto - nancee loereuto belonging. , P. G. HILDRETH. Jan IS Master iu Chancery. IN CHANCERY. AVw - Yeri, a. of a decretal order of this honora ble court, bearinc date the sixteenth dty of the Tontine Coffee House, ia the city of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, as one January wsiani. wiu ne inu. ai dudiic auciioa. the matters of this court, on Saturday the 31st January instant, at twelve o'clock, noon, an tnat certain lot, piece, or parcel of ground, situ ate, lyine aad beinar in the second ward of the city of New - York, aforesaid, on the northerly side 0 William - street, at the corner of John - street 1 bounded southerly by William - street, easterly by loha street, northerly by property of James w. noninson,ano westerly Dy property or Mrs. Moore, containing in front aad rear. nineteen feet five inches, in length,' 00 John - street, fifty - one feet nine inches, and in length on the property of Mrs. Moore fifty - two feet eleven inches, be the same more or less, with the appurtenances. Dated January 17th, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan t dtds . Master in Chancery. IN CHANCERY. Thomas Williams et. I farah Morrison, and Slate oAVw - Yerk, m. Martin Morrison. J N pursuance of a decretal order of this beaora - ble court made in the above caute. will be told at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, ia tb city of New - York, on Monday the second day of February next at It o'clock, at noon of that day, under the direction and superintendence of the subscriber, one of the masters this coart All that certain tract, piece or puree1 of land situate lying and being in the coun of Green and Schoharne, and ia the township Brittol and freehold, on the west side of Hud - tont ruver, beginning at a water Atn tree marked with the letters 8 S 1768, for the Muthwest corner of a tract ol land patented to Samuel Stioges, from thence south eighty six degrees west twelve chains by the south of a tract 01 land patented to John Mono Scott, Esquire, and others, thence south fifty - seven chains and three roods, thence north fifty - seven chains to the south line of the tract of land patented to the said Samuel Stinget, thence south eighty - six degrees, west by the south line of the said SamoelStinees land, fifteen chaiut aad three rods to the said water Aiti tree. the hounds first mentioned, which said tract of land was by Deed of Release, bearing date the twentv - tixth dav of Sentember one thousand se ven hundred and teventy, conveyed by Goldt - brow Kanyer of the city of New - York, Etuuire, Roe or btnith, and by the said rioter Smith, on the thirteenth day of July one thousand seven hundred and seventy - fire, to Thomas Griswold, nnd by tne said I nomas UruwoM to Daniel fti. Hitrlicock. and by the said Daniel M - Hitchcock to John Davidtoa (except nevertheless out me rum tract or pier. comininc auoui seven acres sold by the Mid Daniel M. llitclico. k, to Snauel bcovill ) And also, all that certain part, tract, and piece of land, situate, lyine and being in the town 01 t retbold County ot ureen, and state of New - York, and contiguous to the laod bove mentioned : betrinninc at the east line ol Samuel Scovill's land, where the tame iutertectt the turnpike road, running thence a'rth one degree, west tea chain and sixty lii.ks to the south line ofthe above described I ami, the nee oa same westward two chains and forty links, thence south ore degree east teu chains and forty links to the turnpike, eatt two chains forty two links. Containing two acres two roods and tix rods, which together with he first tract, contains about one hundred aad fifty acres, together with the appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywne aiiperuinuiE. isaieo, uew - iori, jan. iuui, 1818. WILLIAM SEAMAN, Jan It tawtdi Matter in Chancery. 1 IN CHANCERY tTATK OF IkW - TORK, It. N pursuance of a decretal order ol thit honora ble court, hearing date the sixteenth day - of Octnber1ast,will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Cotiee Houie, in the city of New - York, aoder the direction of the nhtcriWr, atone ofthe masters of this court, 00 Wtdnttday tbe frn day of January next, at twelve o'clock, at noou, all that certain lot, tract or parcel of land, situated in the county of Delaware, in the state of New - York, and iu Evans' Patent, and known by ereat lot thirty four, and bounded as follows : be - einoinzat a stake and heap of stones near a beech tree, marked No. 34 and 37 ; being the northeast comer of lot thirty seven 1 thence along the north bound thereof south eighty nine degrees, west one hundred aad twenty eisht chains and ninety six links to a beech tree marked No. JJ and 34 ; being the southeast corner or lot (No 33,) number thirty three t thence along the east bounds thereof, north three degrees, east eighty ooe chains and twenty links to a beech tree marked .No. 31 and 3 - 4 ; thence along the south bounds of lot (:o. 311 number thirty ooe. north eizhtv nine degrees, east the distance of one hundred and four chains, to a stake nnd heap or st met ; thence south thirty fire chains and twenty fourlinks to a oeecn tree narked , - vo. o ; thence north eighty nine degrees, eatt twenty chains to the wett Doand 01 tot thirty nve ; thence along tne same south forty four chains and ninety six link to the iUace 01 beginning ; containing nine hundred and "ortv nine acres and three fourthi of an acre of land, with the appurtenant es. And nlso. all that certain other lot, tract, or parcel of laod, situa ted in the county of Delaware, in the state of New lor X. to t.Taxj' ratrnt, and Known by great lot thirty seven, and is bounded as fol low 1 Beginning at a hemlock tree marked No. 37 and 4U. being the northeast cor ner of lot No. (40) number forty ; thence along the north bounds thereof, south, eigh ty nine degrees, west one bandied and thirty - hur cnains and ten links to a beech sapling marked No. 36 & 37 ; thence north three ie - gre t, eait seventy eight chaias to a Beecb tree with stones round it ; thence on the south bound of lot thirty four thrth eighty nir.e degrees, east" one hundred and thirty chains to a Birch tree marked thirty seven arid thirty - eight : thence on the west bounds of lot thirty - eigt t, toath seventy - eight chains to the place of beginning, containing one thousand and twenty - four acre and one fourth of aa acre of land with tbe appurtenances Dated, December S. 1817. - J.1LA A. HA.T1IL.HJ.V, Dec 3 1awi&dt Matter in Chancery. ft7 Tbe tale ofthe above orotierty it postpo ned to ttm eighteenth day nf February next at tbe tame hour and phce. Dated Jan. 7, lKis. JA.T1U A. riA.YllL.lU.V, Jan 7 fawta Matter in Chancery A JYOfAK. To be told and possession given before Un 1st of My next, if required, a modern built substantial brick house, "three stories high, (with several accommodations and conveniences which mke it an agreeable dwelling for a genteel family) situated ia the most wholesome part of this city, and having a pump of excellent water within the lot ; the property a fee simple, and free from ali incumbrance. If not told at private sate before the 15th or February next, it will then be sold at auction oa the 16th and fol - IbJInwing day. Also, a complete set of carpets, elegant furnitures, household utensils and various effiTts, particularly a choke collection of books, by C. G. FONTAINE, to whom apply for par - tsculars, at his auction room, No, 135 Water street, enroer of Pine. Jia7 La - NOTIPR, BY b decree of tbe boeoreble Court of CUh - eery of this staU. wiil be told wader the direction of owe of the Matters, oa the second dsy of February next, at IX o'clock, at the Too tins Coffee House, in the city of New - York All that certain tract, piece or parcel of land, situate ly ing aaa or rot; ia ine couefy uiwu aan narrie aad in tbe township of Bri.toi aad Freehold, oa the west ttds of the Uadsoat River, be - ciiuunc at a water Ash .tree aaarked with tbe letters and fie arcs, 8 8. 1768. for the tootbwett corner of a tract of land patented to Samuel Stm - ges, from thence south eighty - six degrees, west twelve chains by tbe south of a - tract of land pa tented to Jobs Moria Scott, Esquire, aad others. uiencc town orty seven coaiae ana uiree rooas, thence north fifty seven chains to the south line of the tract of land patented to the said Samuel 6tioget, thence south eighty - six degrees, west by the south Una 01 the taid Samue4 S tin ret land. fifteen chains and three rodt to the taid water Ash tree, the bounds first mentioned And also, all that certaia part, tract and piece of land situate. Ivinr and beine m the town of Freehold, county 04 Green, and state of New - York, and contiguous to the land above mentioned, begin niag at the east line of Samuel ScoviUs land, when the tame intersects the turnpike road, running thence north one degree west ten chains and tix - ty links to the south line of the above granted land, then on tbe tame westward two chains and forty link, then south one degree east ten chains and forty links to the'turnpike, east two chains, forty - two links, containing two acres, two roods aad six rods, which together with the first tract coo taint about one hundred and fifty acres, which premises were mortgaged to Thomas William t ofthe city of New - York, Pilot, to secure the coBiideration money. Dated this bin day 01 January, 181 . Jan5 M&Thtdt. ri r Ort &AL.E, KntS The elegant t - story brick HOUSE and lease, second door from Broom - street, in broad - way, occupied by Mr. George Lacey, at the moderate ground rent of $75 per annum ; about 15 years unexpired; ' the buildings to be valued at tbe end of the term, or the lease renewed for 11 years longer; it rents for $400 per annum ; the walk and street hat recently been paved. For terms, apply to C. C. TUNIS, jan 14 tf 91 Coffee - house - Mip. MUSI C. ALL the Songs, Duetts, at sung by Mr. Phi - iippt at tbe New - York Theatre, for sale at Wm. DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store, No. 126 Hioadway. Behold in his soft expressive face Tho' love is warm awhile 'Tit but fancy's tketch ' It there a heart that never lov'd In vain mar that bosom lost quite deplore My early day what jojs was thine Love's young dream This blooming rose at early dawn Robin Adair Beautiful Maid Let fame sound tbe trumpet Had! a heart Eveleen't Bower Dear maid I love thee Ah sure a pain was never seen ' Said a smile to a tear Sigh 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. dec 24 fTi. for bolt, Ltott. or Let. Iij. That pleasantly tit uated place, on 'the road leading to King's - bridge, by wajnof Harlscm - lane, known at Rote - Mill. The avenue to Ma - 'mb'i bridge runs a few rods in the rear of it, rendering the premises very desirable, as the haute, in con;equtnce, thew two fronts. The garden, and about two acres of meadow, are well stocked with fruit and thrubbery, asparagus bcdt, currant, &c. The hou and coach - houte ire in Rood condition, and with tmall expense run be made a very genteel country retreat. 1 he terms will be made ratv. ALSO, That very gtoteel two - story house, stable and two lots of ground, situated in Bank - it. , Greeo - wirh ; at preterit occupied by George Lindsay, rjq. Apply at 55 Hroauwav ; or, to tllAKLr.3 UAKLr.Y, jan 15 1m 141 Front - ttrert. OfOR SALE OH TO LF.AsLK, Lots in the 5. 6, 8, and 10 Wards ; many of which are on regulated and paved streets. No money will be required under tea years, if told, interest excepted. Several two and three story houses, on which a great part ofthe money remain on mortgage. Lt A Ul.H - a i urD niMjrv. Aa excellent stand for business, with ten acres of hind, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store house and barn. CO I TON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, upon which 30 milli may be erected, with a sufficiency of water for each. Apply at fto. SC Ureenwich street. jw 13 tf FUbLlU SALE. ON Tuesday, the sTTth of January, at twelve o'clock, will be sold by Hones ir Town, that valuable and pleasantly situated Property in Broad - trcet, belonging to theestateol the late M r. I oho Post. TI Lot is 47 feet 8 inches front and rear, on the north 126 feet 6 inches, and on the south side 138 feet in depth. The H mte stands about the centre of the Lot, leaving a good gangway on the north side, and fine garden front and rear. The situation it deemed delight ful. Persons desirous of purchasing, are request ed to view the premises. Title indisputable. Possession will he given on tbe 1st day of May nexL Fun her conditions on the day of sa'e. Deborah Pott, ) Deborah Douglasses Executrixes. Catharine Ritter. y John I. Post, I ,, Peter R. Post. "ecutors. Jan 7 127 FOR SALE, rral ritopBRyy in tub citv oy bbw - vobx. A BRICK HOU?E and Lot No. 11 Bowerv STABLE in the rear toe - eth er with the LOT, 44 feet front, 43 feet rear, and ITj leer oo eacn side. HOUSE and IX) T No. 37 Vesey - street ; and House and ll o ia vesev - street. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1300 dollar, do and de for 750 do do and do for 450 do On valuable Drooertv in the citv of New - York. The interest has always been punctually paid. r or particulars inquire ar the nmce ol STEPHEN P. LAMOINE. dec 10 tf No. 27 Wall - street A VALUABLE If ARM, his' i o oe toio or exenanged lor propeny in New - York. The subscriber being in a very low state of health, and having very little hopes of recovery. offers for sale his farm at Barhadoes neck, county of Bergen, containing about one hundred aad thirty five acres of arable, meadow and woodbind. Thit farm lies on the maia road between New - York and Newark, about half a mile thit tide of Newark Bridge. It u ia a very bigfa state of cultivation, and is not saroassed bv anv other iothevuinity of New - York, as a valuable and agreeable residence, either for the farmer or pri vale gentleman. The dwelling bouse, though small, is neat aad well finished, and the fences. gates, barns, stable, aad other out - houtet, are in excellent order and well planned. In front of the house, bordering on the public road, is a handsome and well stocked garden, aad on the premise is young aad thriving orchard, con taining a choice selection ofthe best grafted fruit trees. A more rticolar description of the property is thought uaneceswary, aa those disposed to purchase will view the premises. Tbe title is indisputable. For particulars, apply to the sub scriber. No. 1B8 rear! - street, or to Mr. Andrew Smith, near tbe premise, nov 14 tf ROBERT STUART l 6TORAGE. Slot - age may be bad on the first floor of the store No. 29 South - street, which will save the expense ol twutmr. : . . oecz? I far B tana of vears. the toase and lot Broadway, at preseut occupied by the Mies Kinsev'a, at a boarding house. For parti culars enquire of : ROUIr.KT L. UVmiiSTUH, Uermoob jan! StFI - s 1 - nrTJSTHV St JlT FOR SAl.lL. fi riT hnoin in 1 nrr Klarvt. Queens - - - . - - - iT - - County, late tbe residence et jonn 1 roup, esq duceasrd.' un we premises are a goon ic story frame house, bam, and other out - builit Inira. 911 sere of land in a tmod tta'C for CuI r...i'ui . on ,rm nfwmvt lurid, nf a fine thrif ty growth for fencing and timber ; and a lot ot J acres salt meaaow. un uns propeny are wo apple orchards, and a variety of other fruit trees. Jamaica being one ot tne most nouruii - ing villapeton tbe Island, i end era this proper ty desirable lor a gentleman miring iruiu uu ineaa. For narticular aonlv to ' M. DITMIS, 148 PVarl - st. or to JOHN it ROBT. TROUP, jan 9 tf on the premises. u iviiy Kali.' ji'l' H IK "riftS' 5 A? the T. C. H. on the 1 st day of March Brat, the FARM belonging to the estate ofthe late Dr. Isaac Ledyard, situated one mile south ofthe villaee of Newtown, Long Island. The Williamsburgh turnpike runt through the Farm, on one side of which is a new excelleut itooe wall, half a mile in length The farm contains about 150 acres. 15 of which is a fine Wood Lot, with two ariole orchards, one old. the other just begin ning to hear well, and a suitable proportion of good tali meauow. i ne mantioo iiouse is large and convenient, four rooms ou each floor, with a god kitchen and cellau; attached is a large Barn, crib, ben house, smoke house, well, and a new cistern, Ac. 1 he court yard and garden con tain a variety of fruit trees and tlirubbery, a large asparagus bed, raspherries and currents. Alto A i ARM adioinins the above. contain ing about sixty acres ; attached to which is an e - qual proportion of Salt Meadow, and a lot of young wood, situated within lest than a mile of ine I aim, containing un ncrei, wua a loiia - bouse, barn, well, garden, tic. Likewise A Lot of Land, lying at SprinCeld, south ofthe village of Jamaica, containing between four and five acres, on which are about a dozen large chesnut trert, suitable for fencing. The above landt wi'l be all regularly surveyed, and maps ofthe same exhibited some time previous to. and at the tale, and denoted of by tbe acre, with tbe buildings thereon, inclusively. rosiesriou given on tbe onto - ' April. For further particulars, apply at 49 Dey - ttraet jan 8 tdt tiOA KU ti l.wDol.Su. T 'WO or three Gentlemen can be accommo dated in a French family, with Board and Lodging, where they can take in the French language if they chase. Apply at this office. jan 13 2w UO - rARTNERSHir. ft7 The subscribers have formed a connec tipn, for the purpose of transacting business on cbmmii'inn in thit city, under the firm of JNO. Si ULU.VY.LI.Il - H. JOHN LYNCH, - GEO, W. LYNCH. New - York, 8th Jan 1818. RXtERKBCKt. Messrs. Le Roy, Kutard K Co. I j" Messrs. Prime. Ward si Sandt.i New - Tork. Hon. Jaa. Lloyd, . I Boston. Messrs. Thos. C. Amory ic Co. .viesrs. Munton s uarnara, , jan 9 Sawlm 5 tOU .iLA. Sa.H The House. Stable and Lot No. 19 State - street, on accommodating terms. If not sold liy middle of February next, the premises will be rented, t or terms, apply at 39 Burling - ilip. ALSO FOR SALE. An elerant Lot, fronting Bowling Greene, and House and Lot 45 Franklin street. Title to the foregoing inditputable. Enquire at above. inn 13 Tawtreni4 t'OUNTKV rfcAT FOR SALE. m w - I ' l... . u nrr.. atlnaai A lie rariil anuwu uv viic iiainc ut tie Howard Farm, handsomely s'.tuated t . 1 - 2 miies from Princeton, bounded in front by tbe main tnmpike road from Philadelphia to New York, and in the rear by Millstone Creek, it contains 145 acres, 30 acres of which is wood land, 20 acres lying 2 miles from the farm, and a beautiful lot of 10 acres within itbout 300 yards.of the r ght wing of the house. Besides ornamental trees, it contains a va riety of fruit live, consisting of grafted pears, of the best quality, 17 Uitterent kinds j cherries, 10 different kinds, the most of them grafted and an orchard of the best apples, beside a yountr and thriving orchard of crab apples. for making the cider so celebrated, also, one of sweet applet for tutting hog. The house is pleasant and commodious with an excellent garden, the out - house and fences al: in good condi, ion. The above is a delightful summer or winter residence. For further particular enquire at No. 127 Pearl - tt, Ne w - York, or to the subscriber, on the premises, who will give an indisputable title for the same. Z. MORPORD. jan 5 tawtf FOR iALfc, The lease which has 16 years to run of the ouse and lots at present occupied oy ine Doctor Mason. The Iiouse contains 15 Rev. rooms with fire places, and two without, betides store - room, wine - room, vault, smoke house and other accommodation. Lnqutreat no. 41 warren street. Jan 17eodtFeb EAGLE TAVERN, Ae. 9 IVJRRM.STRREET, (Recently kept by James L. Hedrnburgb) WILL furuirh beef - iteakes, oysters, tic. at the shortest notice. HOT COFFEE, with or without relishes, Is kept coastautly in readiness. Jan 7 etn'.lm B. CAKrr. - VI fcK. FOR THE LADIES. IHE RESTORATIVE POWDER FOR I THE TEETH AND GUMS This ex eel lent preparation comforts and srengthen the gums, preserves the enamel from decay, and cleanses and whitens the teeth, absorbing all that acenmomous slime aad loutnest, which, suf fered to accumulate, never fail to injure, and D nally ruin them. m a - tsl a a m m a asa A m ST as J tlE. DAIAMV L.IT SALVE.. It recommended, (particularly to Ih Ladies') as an elegant and ph - asant preparation for chap ped and sore hps, and every blemish and inconvenience occasioned by colds, fevers, tic. speedily restoring a beautiiul rosy color, and delicate soilness to the lips THE GENUINE PERSIAN LOTION, So celebrated among tbe lathiooable throueh out Europe, it aa invaluable cosmetic and perfectly innocent and safe, free from corrosive aad repellent minerals, (tbe bans ol other lotions) and of unparalleled efficacy In preventing and re moving blemishes in the face and skin of every kind, particularly freckles, pimples, scurfs, tet ten, ring worms, tun burns, eic. rendering tbe skin delicately toft and clear ; improving the complexion and rettorine tbe bloom of vouth. " Hamilton's Lsjence and extract or Mustard, for Kheumatism, Lumbago, raJty, sc. Hamilton's celebrated Elixer, for coughs, coins, asthmas and uontumption. Hamilton'! Worm destroying Lozenge Hahn's Anti - Bilious Pills Hamilton's Grand Restorative, for nervous dis. eases, ax. being pcculiaily adapted to Female complaints. Sold at LEE'S Medicine - store, No. 46 Maiden - laae. Draggittt and country store keepers supplied on liberal terms. Certified case of cure may be seen at the place oi sale. jn eod NOTICE. Kr The creditors of Cl.tyton A Fanthaw are reqaeaiea topefent their account! to the sorcri ber, regularly proved, on or before the 10th Feb next All accounts that are not presented by that time will be excluded the benefit of a divi dend. ALLAH. tUtfciKvr - K. Assi'nee, JutleodtFlO HI Front - street. - POST COACH LINE ro pniLADELPEU. Bt WAT OF fOWUW - HOOai i I JB FORT. NT TO FAtSKBGKRI. No connection with the post chaise line.M PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every convenience for passengers and baggage, oe Springs THROUGH IN ONE DAY. Ilie Post Coach will start from the Coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - street, N. York, every morning, Sundays excepted, at 1 - J past 6 o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton and Brittol, and arrive at Philadelphia the tame evening. Fare 8 dollars. The Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, will start from New - York every morning (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta, from the north side of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia next day to dine Fare through $6 United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience fur passengers and baggage, oa springs. The U. S. mail coach will start Iroin the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - street, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passengers admitted. Fare 10 dollars. For seats in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Churtlandt - stieet, the second office from Broadway, New - York ; to ISAAC BROWN, No. I Washington - street; or to A. T. GOODRICH 6 CO. No - 124 Broadway, comer of Ce dar - street, New - York. fc5AII goods and baggage at the risk ofthe owner. JOSfcflt L,tO, turns ft t,u. N. B Expresses sent to any part nf the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan 22 U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD. - 0 The public are assured that thit line it equal to any in the U. s. for the convenience and cnmiort oi the traveller, with the addition or the guard, the passenger may rest secure at to his baggage and ptrtontd safely the roach never being kit whilst changing at the pott offices, without a person on ine box. i ne way mail ts put in separate bags and changed in the European style. The U S. Mail Coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - st.eet. New York every day at 2 o'clock P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock; only 6 passengers admitted in this coach. For seats apply to THOS. WHITFD LD, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No t. second rffire from Broadway in Courtlandt - street, or to A. I . uutumitrl si t o. io. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street. New - York. N. B. All goods and bfggoge at the risk of tne owners. J. LYON & SONS, Powlet Hook. WILLIAM GULICK At CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses tent to any part of the Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHI I'KIKLl). run I' CUAlde, LINb. FOR PHILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE with every convenience for Passengers and thir baggage (through in one day) will leave the City Hotel every day (Sundays excepted at 7 o'clock in the moruinir. by wbv of Newark, and arrive the lame day at Philadelphia. The MAIL COACH PILOT, io opposition to tne ,i an ioacn, witn superior accommodations for Passengers and theirhaggage, will leave tlie City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P. M. will proceed before the Mail, and not subject Io the inconvenience of stopping at the numerous Post Officeeon the road, out every accommodation provided lor tne traveller, and arrive tome hour before the Mail at Philadelphia. All letters anu papers carried free of expense by the Coaches. For seats in the above lines apply at tin Post Chaise and Albany Mail and Diligence Oficc, No. 1 18 Broadway, opposite the Ciiy Hotel. ft7 All goods and baczage at the ritone of ine owner. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK ft SON'S, Princeton. STOCKTON & HOWELL, Philadelphia. JV. ?. Exyreut $mt to any part of the Union. Jan 6 tf OTO Lr.T, The Store No. 134 Front - street, an ex tellent stand for a Grocer. For further particu lars inquire of RIPLEY in WELD, nov ii istf ront street. rT - TO LET, ia.iiil And immediate possession given, 'he house No. 9 Pearl - street, together with the sta hie and Coacb lloute in tbe rear on Bndge - st. The premises are in 'complete repair and have every convenience necessary lor tne arcommo dation of a laiuiiy. r or particulars apply to OCtVH U. tmAWIPM. ar VALUABLE REAL PROPERTY. kanitl The following poperty, part of the real estate ol James K. Smith, esq. deceased, will be sold at auction, on r riday. the 3Utn day ol Jan. inst. at the Tontine Coflea House, at IS o'clock, by Messrs. D. Dunham Co. viz. Tbe elegant large three story brick HOUSE and LOT No. 53 Broadway, with brick stable and coacb house in the rear, froutiiig oo Lumber - street. The lot is 26 feet 3 inches front and rear, and 193 feet deepoo both tides I he bouse is built in tbe most fashionable and substantial manner, and the whole property improved to the best advantage - It is rented at preseut for 18u0 dollars per annum and all the taxes. The ptrniises cau tie viewed till the day of tale, between the hours of 12 and 2 o'clock. The three story brick House and Lot No. 21 1 Pearl - street, with a wooden house on thf rear. fronting on Gold - rtreet, No. IU ; the lot 1 feet 10 1 - 2 inches front and rear, and 214 feet 2 inches on one side, and 230 feet 2 inches oo the other. The building on Pearl - street was erected by the deceased in tbe best and most substantial manner; it very extensive, and cummodiouslv arranged The situation is well known as a very desirable one for the wholesale drygood or hardware busi ness Ine dwelling part or the hosrsecan be viewed between the bourt of 1 1 and 12 o'clock. The f.uir story fire proof brick Store and 1x4 No 25 South street, occupied by Messrs Ira Day S Co. wit h the right of the wharf in Imnt of it. Dimensions unknown, will be declared at tbe sale. Tbe two vacant Lots of Land, on the easterly side of Washington - street, between Carlisle and Rector - streets, being lots No. 19 and 20, of certain lots formerly belonging to Garble Pollock, being each 20 feet front end rear : No. 19, 93 feet deep on both tides and No 20, 93 feet 6 inch es on the southerly side, and 9 - t feet on the north erlv side. The title to tbe whole of this properly i indis - potanie. it is sold under lull p.iwers given io the executors by the will. Ten per cent, of the purchase money to he paid dowo. 23 1 - 3 perct on delivery of the deeds, aod the remaining 2 - 3dt can remain on mortgage, for one year for the premise on Peart - street, and for longer, if required, ou the other property, at will be declared at the tale For any further particulars that may oe necessary, appiy io JOHN THOMPSON, or JAMES BOOKMAN, Jan 20 St Cxecutort Ptet I Pkhqckaow how to diiUflr "wi wings mat diifer. ' . DOCTOR HORNE, former, ofthe citv of IJJZ J7. member of the faculty ArT. and surgery there. dem. iffiiT ty to repeat eomeonservation. ca the abuse of MERCURYT l rash, indiscriminate, and iuqaU. fied use thereof, hat been proX. tive of infinite nirt,;.r i - i sandt are annually mercurialized out of exist ence. The disease we have in view owes itafc tal results chiefly to this source. " What a rj." that a young man, the hopes of hit countryifi the darling of hit parent, should be snatched J way from all the prospects and enjoyments of list by the consequences of one unguarded momeas and by a disease not in it own nature fatal, aai which only proves to from neglect or imoronl. . treatment" A gentlemao, (late Dr. H'sn tient) now perfectly hearty and well, had bi?Z under physicians of general practice, tixyeaTr and repeatedly salivafc d ; when recommended U Dr. U. (by a gentleman of thit city) hit booL were canons, and his flesh dropping from thtm. ' his friends declared he could not possibly survita two months longer. Thousands evpenmeobdi know with what ease and safety Dr. H. tratu. catet the severest case, and confirm the conih tution. Tbe Doctor's plaa. (advertising) it ' cetsary to guard the public against the abusar 1 mercury, and other fatal delusions, held forth. Persons, therefore, 4aving contracted a n7" vate disorder, or suspecting latent poison, til admonished not to tamper with their coultitu. lion, or conceal the disorder, till past reeovL ry ; others having the remains of bb old calT or other impurities ofthe blood, asweUttoTh er complaints of a delicate nature, in eitw sex. should remember posterity, and do justir. to their consciences, by making apnicatwa Io Dr. II. at his old and respectable estab lishment, No. 64 Water - street, four bouses west of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance s lone calculated to prevent disclosure. And hera let me claim your serious attention Remembts a superficial cure is oo cure at all ; unlets the basinets is radically done, you will certainly have 1 Ihe disorder break out again with redoubled ma lisnity. at some future period t perhaps then will he too late for remedy. Don't you often meet ia ' the ttreett miserable, mutilated beings, witboet ' even a bit of note on their lace i Tale wamise I beseech you. Dr. trs. character for skill and stubborn integrity being universally known in this city, sinct 1804, guarantee to patients that delicacy and s. crecy hitherto unknown, and having confined his practice foryears past, exclusively to the cure of diseases ofthe blood svstam..tliev nur r.u..i culate oa the most dtcidei advantages in con - suiting Dr. H. Gleets eradicated in twe or three weekt Stricture removed without boueiet nr anv nik. er instrument ; and all debilities; likewise all vui mineral ivus, uniaia s ate, A plurality of offices are prorided, and to sir. a(ed that Latientt are not exoosed tow observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening All persons concerned are invited to be free ia calling, and sneaking with Dr. H. which it fret ui tuaw nuu ncic uw fucior cannoi avoid the expression of gratitude for innumerahla meodatlons, and for tbe decided preference (it it presumed with just caute) lonr eriven him . judicious public. . ' i. o. aii letter mast be pott paid. Dr. Buchanan, Aug 57 Iv . J. method of curing s n taitfDitease, is now uoirer. tally acknowledged iathit city ; bit mode of treataurt i peneciiy mild, safe, ex - cmiuuua. ami dis chant reasonable. In every distance be warrants nciirs. and will return the pay ifbt does not perform a r hU IOCOntrnrt. afSfewaM a y . - iCT.y aiway Obterved. There are many persons in this citv nH :,. i - cinity, laboring under various chronic diseasta, such at cancers, old inveterate nicer, tcrofWt or kings evil, fistulas, disease of the uratiira, bladder and kidnie, old complicated compJiiIt of n certaia nature, bilious aad other oUtrao - tiont, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider inca. rable, they can certainly be cured (in general! by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No, 9. feck - tltr. having practised in hospitals in Europe li years, under tome of the first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, aad made those obstinate diseases hit constant ttady for 30 years. Oof if KT WHEATON DA - V IS, Fancy Chair Mai.tUc - turers, No. 153 Fulion - strecL opposite St Pauls Church, offer for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant at - tortmeot of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornament ed in gold at hronte, Bamboo, Plain and GUI Balls Rocking, Sewing, and Convert, tion Chairs, Sofas. Settees. l.ouiieeet, Musk Stools, fcc. orders ironi any part or the continent executed with neatnett and dispatch. Old Chain repaired, painted and ornamented. oct 13 , GKKAT C U R I O S 1 T T. THE public are infof - nifcrt that ttiHi morning was landed the long expected FEMALE ELEPHANT, and is to be seen at No. 296 Broad way, near Washington Hall. The tixe of thit axiuiKl it about 7 feet high, and about 16 feet long from the end ofthe proboscis to the end of tbe tail. She it to be seen from 9 o'clock A.M. to 9 in the evening. Price of admittance 25 cents. nov 27 tr FOft SALE. isja The House and LAI no. 1U1 L.ioeny - t. Depth 34 feet, breadth 25. Depth ofthe lot UI feet. Those who may wish to purchase property of this ditcription, can at any time view the premises, and terms of tale may be agreed OS, "J PP C 00 TX - lT T - MMTIXIVC dec St 56 South - street. , RUSSIA OIL. TVT SMITH DA VIES IN . At CO. Chymical Perfumers, and Fancy Soap Makers. No. 136 Broadway, New - York, offer to tbe ladies ana gentlemen of thit city their Retsi Oil, which it ooe of the most agreeable and useful oil for pre moling tbe growth of the hair. Ladies will find the heat for dressing rest ,vVMtw - fcJjtsiajjB.aaiB or false hair. Gentlemen whose hair has neea injured by bad powder, would do well oy uwy thiv oil, as it corrects tbe injury it has susUineo. n may ne nao in ootiies, wun pnuieu , V at wholesale or retail, at tbeir manufactory. so, a general assortment nf perfumery, fancy jr ticles and soap, dressing cases, work J" thread cases, purse, rax on, scissors, r - xnis silt er pencil cases, tweeter, tobacco pipr, pick cases, amber ano spar idkiuuk '' V; 7.1 dour of roses in bottle, cologne, lavender, booryr orange flower and rose waters, tc. Ate. J"01 - M EMOIR3 ofthe life and writing of the R..H runrfim Rncbannan. D. D. vice provost of tbe college of Fort William. bengal, by the Revd. H. Pearson, M. John's College, Oxford :it received yjmm by COLLINS ft HANNAY, Van 17 No.230Peari - streeL NEW - YORK: PR1XTED AND PUBL1SBZD XICUAEI. BURXBAM t CO - , No. 42 PtWMTXT. M ssL 2vVrVSv. 5 NATURAL a. tm

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