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INSOLVENTS, 'ADVERTISING FOR THE f. fcENETlTOFTHE ACT IN THIS STATE. 1 ' forilO riOM TIB AXIABT AlOVI TH ffriiAL r - vraa. - f ;(' AW1 ; kxAard litter. Recorder. '. LtM fibber, 5Inrch 8 - . - Joon Heix1ri kew, April 4 - . Charles Key, ,drch 4 . . Belinunin II. 4k Hi, April 4 Wii)mnMo..r, reh 28 Samuel Whiting, March 17 , , .. , , " W iliiam V. aruer, Feb 24 Join Wilier. Feb 28 V . Edward Chard. Feb 24 .. - - ' . II. Hamilton, March 31 ' ' .. Jh - ii Moth - M, Maitli? Daniel Umoittui, Jan 26 Moses lY tinier. Feb. 4 v. Jans Anvlie, .March 7 Kd ward Church, Feb 24 . K toaster Jnilton, Fen. 14 t - wi Wf i 'M I Ji.diy. Feb 20 John ldt - i.fd, Feb 14 ' JViilian, fiu.n, ct20 yhars Alerol, Feb It) .'..., Johu larrt, FebS , JWr Wtlt, Feb. 14 ,, . i - Fph aim Robins, d .' ' Hanism gpemltovf. Ja 31 Kkhard Nttl.,, Feb 19 - p,r"'m Stem, Feb 7 , . "iiliaiu Starr, Feb 7 - fe ili.mn Skidmore, Feb 7 ' . , Ephraiit. S tar, Felt. 7 , A liner Reeve, Jo X7 ... - Rkbard Colat, jr. Feb 24 ), .". Henry Wtkinton, Feh6 , , Anthony Daumoet, Feb. 5. Caleb Woud, Jan 29 rbre the Mayor. Peter M'Caly, Feb. 7 - ' " John Nicholas, Feb SI AUmny county Before Philip S. Parker, Re - i '," i eorder, in Albany. ' i - bt rman Boa worth. Feb 27 i. - . F.lijtu. H, Buaidiaaa and Jedediah Barcbard, nann vj , ... I luuiel Gallop, olB. rn, Feb27 "", Abraham (J. SI Id n. M;ir h 13 . "' ReuVn Thompson, March I J ' - ' Isaiah Shaw, of Albany, Jan 31 ' Madison county Before Peter Smith, Jirtt judg ' - m I'tterbon'. ' - Jrth B.)ffMV AprM , i V Dinie Denlon, ul ftulluan, April 4 8nmwt Coon, aod Jacob V. Myrtle, of Leo OX, March it Ht - nr; I Watralh, off - ulliran, April 4 , Fjuiu Tower. Maicli 7 . ', . t.eurctf ' , Cheiiibrougb. aod RoJert Wil '' Ham, Mart h 7 Aiii n I'armcW, Jan 31 ' ' Ahrnhm Lirkin, ii SultiTAn, Feb S3 - J.hn Tomb and J(Ao SncH both o Sullivan, anSl T Olttga CvvnlifHrfore Jutrph MiUr, Jim - Jwli - t in tfuloirn a'CArrrv VaUey. Nall'fiu Uil rrCKi, tr. Jan ttO Aluf.'ftmery tnunlytiffort Jtlrxmuttr Shedm, ' ' ' lint J mitt in Cotrttstrn. ' : J. - r..h I, rnig i,(J hnM )wi, FtfhSO . .'i ; V ro 1 Nilw - r, til' j 4.ani', l:,rr SO "'.; Sa ii J' l Hoxir, ol'Hrmd iImii, M - in h It f Cttv (r 7Vi)i ff'r IVwint L. .Varrt, Ltf v ' Oneliit dsal ri ig. Feb SI : Mom Sfliith, "'anj. S , ' 11 nrj A. Lake, ol Rctistetarr couuty, Feb. Jnnnii.an Bi nli) , of Troy, Jan. 30 An VVattri, Feb 9 Jain l lle'rii b. Fe'.S . ' ; Ctiariei Alullord, Feb 2 0uJrtrf.ia Vawtlv Kfore Jv'fiiia Formai;,Jirii ' ' Jvdgt. mOifmifaga. E(l.raim Rom. ',Hf. i21 S.Uh Wo.rcff, Marrht I' , dine. C. CV pi u, oi SaJina, Marrh SI ' JoK ii l.aiidio,if Marcellu, March SI . Viie l)ran:h. oi Ciiuillui, Feb 27 " Oti - L F,.Manii 24 Jul." bone I el) 17 ' Klieniii - r Hhmu.iikI, of M.inliui, March 12 . , Chriiiojiiifr UuUby, uf S Juia, Marchtt Aii - n Wilton, rf Onondaga, do. , Filai Ball, olOli o, IVb. 6 . Washington Cetm(v litare. dntiiony I. Blanch - , . .. . ard, in Sultm. Samuel Crandetl, c.f Greenwich, Feb 88 J - jnct Well, .VUrtl.2 - J HtlU, ofFort A141, Feb. 19 Ani 4 Frary, oi K!iinliur, Matxh 12 JiX.a K. ynol.ts, jl Jdrbano, Fe. 16 , 'W nllir..f. VVhe.lui, of Hebron, Feb 12 . , W iilijm Larmoulh, ol Ca.uOri'lue, March 1'.' Jolm HUbhard, oJ Salrra, Feb. 2. , . .. latum Howard, Feb li C Jolm Writht, ofdn Feb 6 - " Wilder CorWw. Feb 11 ; Ceneuae county Btfare John II. Jones, Jiril Judge, in Leiretter. Simon Ruiteil, March 21 Obver Blake, of liaUvia, April 8 Milton F i. M .reh lit Aznriah 11. Uubuaid, and Lewit C. Cock, March ti . . AM S muter, of Bergrn, Man b 27 UflKi Woods, of Riga. Feb. i1 John ilartimaii, Fet. iS ' Jame Rkhard - on, Febi0 - . Zenat Skinner, Feb tS ; Stephen Allen, Feb 15 Salmon S ofi, id, oi 'laic, Feb 1 ! David Edz m, ol I'ern, Ftb It Saratoga county Btfore Salmon Child, Jirtt - - Judr, in Urtenjiela. ' John Fvani, of Morcau, March 6 Johu Wilci.x, March t . Itaac V'o')diortli, Feb 27 Lli.u DiilinK,of tlillwater, and David Brown, "Feb 23 Jolm l'uttle, March 20 . . J.ihn VVilkin - on, of Milton, - Fch. 20 ft. - ttban Ktant, of Malta, Feb. 13 lih:tc Crau.il.i.i, Feb. 27 '. - John I . Martin, March i"3 , , I 'avid lognrton, of 'ortli..roberland, Feb. 6 . William ii. Scott, aod Rcnueluer acbuyler, oi Stiliwater. Feb 2 : Columbia rnitiw ore J.' D.MtntU, Hudson . John J Evert .M.rch 7 ' . : Ctia le Merrill, March 13 Nathaniel lef. Man.lt 2 . Win. Smith, oi Kiiuierhook, March 13 Jame Moore, .dnrch )H Amoci'ult of Albany, Feb 6 . fetrr Ortr under, Jan J I Brfiirr Judge Miller at Clarerack. Henry Keller, jr? Man b 7 Chenango county - li toreObadiuh German, Est, mJYonrich. Jonathan Bennet, Jan 24 Jolm Bennett, Feb 10 jotenh Mead. Feb. 9. Sleu'ttn county - Brfure 7nmat M'Jiurney, Jinl Juttgfi in rainlia - fost. Franrii I.ilal. leh 11 Thuiua I). Itaillcy, Feb 25 liH.ji.nun b'l.ick, Feb 17 Eh.iuh Baron, of Re.idin, Jan. 30 Jrcod t hrutl. t, J .n26 Ownrfo county Tiifare Jfathan Williams, Hohert Gravei, Jr. of Pari, April II Wiitiara Sliel'on, Jn2l litjure Morru S. Miller. Ilmiy Stone, of Brid. - water, March S3 Ann l'ierve,u bl'ulten. Mm h 14 Jocph .Moiiil. n, ol Koiue, leb.SI JoMh Cramer, ol Vtmon, Jag. 31 Orange county Before .VathanH. HTtile, Esq .11 Gmhnx. Daniel Cronkyte, Feb. 14 Corneliu Mac Elroy, of Monroe, Feb S3 Jeforvrn County. ..Before IF. It. Ford. CaUb l'.:biou,nf Iliiiiari. I.I, Varch 2 Thermi Grn a, ol HoiuidK.eld, Feb. SO , Jereioiuh VVinearaod lltuina Nelson, J tin Hfrch9 . John M. Pllp March 3 Tbonia Ka. II, of It .ru n. Marrh 26 F - ian talil.urr, '( Adorns tU ifi ., Tyoit V Van V - st, - f Bn - wnville, Jan Jeremiah II. Citlsop, Jan. 30 .29 . Greene CowUy, bfnre iitrrxt AbttI Esq, at ialskilL. Isaac S - !over, and Joh - i Jooct, March 3 s I liab Coffin, March 21 Schohane County, before Wm. Beekman, Esq. 4 . i. : ml SJimron. Jame Sw - wut, Teh 9 John Goodrich, Jan. 31 Dutches County Brfort Jam Email, Ktp : Jam. Brown, eif roetkeeipti, March II : . Duatel Krtlefli, of C lie von, Feb. 1 1 . , J bn Huie, i FoMgbkevie, Feb 14 - ' Abraham I. Vaa Vlack, of FMikill, Jm. 27 . Nathan Stuart, oi Cltnlon, Feb 12 Delatcart County, kfort Isaaa den, Eta. .Me L. Pt ndeii, April 4 : Iien,anilakia, M Franktw, April 4 , H im County - hffort H a, nohardu Willie Mil a, Marrh 14 Job Fatchin, of Caldwell, end John Stanton, 01 Queeiitbury , Feb 14 1 Jonathan KiU - her, 01 Qoeembory, Feb 7 'HKioiat UarnhKin, Feb 7 King $ county, b'foit 11 oi. Forman, Esq. ' Jmk4 V. Warner, Jar. 20 ' Herkimer Caunty, before Jfalhan Srntth. haniuel Hucant, of Columbia, Feb 28 J (t 4) Cronir, Feb. 24. ' Job KhMp, Feb. v3 J j mo Urwwu, Feb 7. Jured s. Stewart, MsT' h 7 Thuua LivKttoo, Feb 20 " Tompkms County, b'furt Juhn Sultan. F.ar Milk, ol Drjdon, Jan S3 John M Goodwin, of L'lyne. Jan 27 Hvffotk County before T. Strong, Esq Stephen Still, Jan 30 Chataqve county, before Zettu Cashing, Esq, J ruo Burklen, of Gerry, March 3 .Nathaniel Johmon, of Gerry. Feb 13 fleeter P. CU'k. Feb. 7 SuUittm County, btfort W illiam J. Thompson, r.sq. at tnomj - ton. Renjartiin Mitner, of NeieriJik, Feb. 27 Heurr Mitner.of do do Davi.l JnckMMi. John Gray. inn. and Ichabod Bvtiton, Feb. 9 .Vner ixnmly Before J Knot, Esq.atJwuu eyivanu 1 homton, ten. J Nathan Tattle, of Ovid. March 7 Frttnkhn County, before Albon Man, Esq. Ear Wood, of Malone, Jan 26 Hociilirnd tountg before A'. Goettchius. William huflVm and Jw Jh Bflcher, Jan 30 William Sulfern, ol HirniHitaad, J an 30 Onan County, bifure Judgt A'uholas. Joii'l h Beard, 01 l.yon, March 3 Chester Frinci. Feb. 24. Kobhi.i fctilUnan, of Fittifnrd, FcK 24 BiforeW. '. Ilotrell, Esr. at Canandaigua. Cat. b Melt in, March 9 Jooah U. Siinondt, Marrh 11 Wilham F.ltwortli. Mnnh6 Richard Diitthr - r of Fittiford, Feb. S5 Clinton County, before Hhnv Moore, Esq. Thom.i MC. fl), and John Wait, March 26 Ceiyuva County, btfort Judut .Utlltr. Lemaii H'xeri, March 8 Nkh.Ja Wrlir, Manh 14 John Warwi. k and Wm. Eaiton. of Aorcliui, Mrch 3 J.'thua Jone r.f do Feb 17 orllinrtt County, before Judge Ke'p. Som jli Harrington, ) un. of 'I rmton, March 2 Oliver Hmiiiiii, oi Virgil, Feb 28 Itenssilner county, hfore Judgt Masters. John iJe Yoe, Mnrtli 7 li CiJANGEUV. IN CnCFJlY. State of New - York, . N pnranaDce of a decretal r.ler nfttii honorable court, bearinc date the 7th dat of JulT !at, will be wlrl at public auction, at the Ton tine Coflee Houte, In the rity of New - York, under the direction of the uUcrirter, a one or the DiMer of thi court, on Thursday, the 8th day 11 January neit, at tirelve o'clock at noon, all luat certain l.lock, or piece of ernund and toil under water, to he made land and ground, out of the iortn or imioir Kivcr, ntuate, lying and beiii; between Wail.ingtoo ftrenl and a certain new ttcet of teventy feel in breadth, to be made 'ronting on the nid .a or in iiivcr, called vett ttreet, and i bounded a follow : north - eatterly nndtatterty ny L,!0erty - ireet nnrtA - Tieteriy jnd wpntoriy ny tvtt ttreet tfoteiaid; cu!h - weftcrly and wdtcrly by Cedar - ttreet, and louth eutterly and eaMrrly by Waliiiigton. ktrcet: mnt iinins in breadth on Va - tiini;tin - .treet and Wett ttrtet one hundred and ten feet ilt incliot, and in length along Liberty ttreet one hnndred and pventi - eveu fet, and along Ccdr.r Mreet one hundred and trvrnty - two feet" ; together with the tippurlenanre, ulye - t aever - tl,ele to the rent, covenant, reitnction and igrei merit to whirb a. id prrinine are rubject. in lavor oiitut rorporatioa 01 tlie rity 04 New - York, a impote.L rerved and created by them. . Dated Nov. - .'Cth. 11(17. JAMES A. HAMILTON. Matter in Chancery. Note. The ale of the above property i post poned to f riddy. the IRHh mennt, at eleven .'clock, A. M. at the tame place. It Mill beold in lot or D'irrelf. and on liberal term, which may be known ny relying at f lie ivia, - ter nttice, So. 3 1. aw Building ; where a map of the pre - ii.inei may be teen. January 8th, 1618. Jan 9dt IN CH4NCERV. State of JVrif - Fort, ss. N purtuanre of a decretal order of thi hon.t - rnble court, beariiiK date the lOthdav of No vember, in the Tear IK 17. will he told at public audi 011, at the Tontinr Coffee Howe, in the t i ty f New - York, mi Wednesday, the leventb day if January next, at twelve o'clock, noon, ailtnat lot. i. - ceor parcel ofgroui.d. lituate in (he fourth ward ol the city 01 itw - orli, on trie corner 01 Cherry and Uover - ttrevt, bounded northwest erly in Iront 00 Cherry - ttreet. northeasterly by ground belonging to Maria Oagood, outheatteriy in the rear ny ground now or late the property ot Doctor J epn Young, and southwesterly by llo - er - treet ; aod i now known and distinguished by lioue and lot number two Cherry - trer.t, and house numncr one Liover - itreet ; containing in breadth, in front and rear twenty te - ren feet and si inches, and in length on each ide one hundred and seven f. et, he the tame m ire or h s : together niththe appurtenaiH - e. Hated Uecemne uin, Ib'l. James a. Hamilton, Master in Chancery. dec 17 S.twtSOthD dts ftT" The "tile of the above properly i post poued to the l?'h intnnt, at the taiue hour and place. Lateu January 7, iuih. JA.WtS . MAtlllVIU., Jan 7 dt. Is Master in Chancery, Thealeoffhe above property it postponed ti the 29 :h i(. slant, at the lame hour and place. Dated Ja.i. lytn, ihih. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 19 dtdt 1 Matter in Chancery, IN CHANCEHY. bfateol'New - Ynrk, . IN pursuance of an order of thit hooorahle court, will he mid at public auction at the Tontine Cfiffee House, in the rity of New - York, un der the direction of the subscriber, on the twenty seventh day of November instant, nt ELEVEN O'CLOCK in the forenoon, all that certain lot, piece or parrel or ground, situate, tying and be ing in the filth ward of the rity ol New - York, fronting on Laight tt. (HUDSON SQUARE,) bounded northerly in the rear by Vesiry - ttreet, easterly bi the house and lot now for late) ocru - nied htf Nfrt. .Murrav. westerly hv a house and lot late of lonard Litienard, deceased ; con taining in breadth, in front, and rear 31 feet 6 Im het, and in depth on each side 175 feet. Said orcniite being held uader and by virtue of a certain deruite from the rector and inhabitant of the city of New - York in communion of the Pro - let'nnt Episcopal Church in the state of New York, for tbe term of ninety - nine years from the S'th day of March, 18oj 1 tubject to the yearly rent ol f 15, - and to the provisoes, covenautt and agreement roi.iainea in tain tease : ingewier with the hereditament and appurtenances to the same lM - k.nginr or in anywise appertaining Dated Nov. 4, 1817. THOMAS BOLTON, Matter in Chancery. The term of tale, which will be liberal, may lie known hy enquiring at tbe office of tbe matter. No. 41 Pine street. nv 4 oawtlPlhSdtt Tbe tale of il above property it postponed to the 20th day ol' January next, atliie taoie hour and plate. Dated No. i7ib, 1817. THOMS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. nov?7 lawtJ?0dtds L"EA1 Hr R? Htfsia F - tUr, good qual - r sty, in tuaoUtiet to toit purchatert, a No. 41 SouUi - ftrect. Jan IS ' . IS CHANCRT. State of Jftv - Yori, tt. IN pntrnuc of aa order of U.i bwoomUe coart, - will ne nld at public a action at the Toa - uoe tioff - e Hooe, in the city of New - York, under the direction) of the ttihtcriber, on tha tlth day of November int. at ELEVEN O'CLOCK in the tor en 000 AH that certain lot, piece or parcel of ground situate lying and being in ine fourth war of the city of New - York, commea cing 40 feet from the touthweit comer of new - market - tlip (late Catherine - street) and Cherry - treet, and running westerly along Cherry - ttreet 40 feet, to ground now or late the property w John llolsman 1 theoca toulherly along laid ground ISO S et to Wate.r - treet : thence east erly along Water - atreet 40 feel, to ground now or late ol Holla Moore, then northerly a Ions said ground 120 feet, to the p.aco of begin' uing. Alto, all that certain other lot, iece or J'arct 1 01 ground, Mtuate, lying and being in int - ourth ward of the city of New - York, directly in the rear of the above described piece or parcel of ground, ard commenting 40 feet from tbe nuthwet corner f new - market - tlip. and Water ftreet, and running westerly alone Water - ttreet southerly alone taid ir. und 160 feet ft bouth street, thence easterly atongSoutb rtrret, 40 feet to ground now or lale of Hollos Moore, thence northerly along taid ground 160 feet, to the place of beginning. Together with the hereditament and appurtenance to the tame, and every part ana parcel inereol belonging or 10 anywise ap' pertaining. Dated Nov. 4th, 1817. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. - Tlte above will he told in teperate lot. The term of tnle will he liberal and may be known by enquiring of the Matter, No. 41 Pine - ttreet, where a map 01 the pren wet can be teen. nor 4 latitiutbdU The sale of tbe above property i postponed to the 2!!th day of January next, atthe tame hour ana place. Dated iv.v Z7tti, ii7. Tnt'MAS UULIU.tl, Matter in Chanc ery. nov 27 1 awt 1 an2iWt IN CliANCEKY. State of New York, . N pursuance of a decretal order of thi honorable Court, will be told at public auction, at the Tontipe Cnflee Houte, in the city of New York, i:nder the direction ir the sulncnher, a in ot the master of thi honor.ihle court, on I'HUHSDAY, the twenty ninth day of January inst at 12 o'clock at noon, nil that certain lot, piece or paroel of land, tilu.de on the eatterlt ide 01' Broadway, in the sixth ward ol the city Dl iew lork, known at umher Sou, bounded at follows Bcxinuingat the comer ef Broad way and Leonard ttreet, thence "unning norther ly and upn Broadway thirty feet and sis inches, to a hou - e belonging to and occupied by Stephen rnre, r.q'nre, tlience easterly along the tame and paraiiel to leonard ttreet, one hundred anil evenly five feet to Brnton - itreet, thence touth erly and upon Benson - street, thiily leet six inch . to Lonard - tlreet, thence wetwry and Uion Leonard street, me hundred and seventy - five feet o the place ol beginning ; with the appurtenan cet. Dated the 7tn flay 01 January, one thous and eight hundred end eict.tern. J A. vita A. IIA.MII.IU.. J in 7 Id Matter in Chancery. IN CHASCEUY. State of yew - York, ts. N pursuance of a decretal order ol thi honorable court, will be told at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - 1 ork, o the 3 1 si day of January inst. at 12 o'clock 11. the forenoon, all that certain house and lot o: ground, situated in the rity of New - York, at tin coruernfCed.tr and William - itreea, and known and distinguished at house No. 63 William - street i said lot being in breadth in front and rear 2.5 feet 2 inches, and in length onCedar - treet 91 left 10 inches ; and on the south wetter T tide about ninety three leet. more or lett. Al so, all that certain other lot of ground adjoining the lormer, and Ironting on vtimam street ; be ni in hr adth in Iront J1 leet 10 inches, and in rear 24 hxt 2 niche - ; leaving an off - set or break n the southwest side of two leet four inches; nd in length on the. northeasterly side about 93 feet : and on the southwesterly tide 94 (eet 4 inches, be the tame more or lets. Together wiln all and singular, the hereditaments and appurtenances tbereuuto belonging. P. G. HILDRETH. Jan 15 Master i:i Chancery IN CHA.NCF.hY. State of Jfcte - V ork, St. N Durtuanc of a decretal crder of thit bonora hie court, bearing date the sixteenth day of January instant, will be told, at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, a one or the matters or thit court. 00 Saturday the 3 lit of January instant, at twelve o'clock, noon, all mat certain 101, piece, or parcel 01 giounu, sim - ate, I) ins and being io the second ward of the city of New - 1 ork, aforesaid, on the northerly uie of Wiiiiam - ttreet, at me comer 01 jonn - street ; bounded toutherly hy William - street, easterly by John street, northerly hy property of Jamet'W. Robinton, and wetterly by property y ot Mr. Moore, containing in Iron! and rear, nineteen feet five inches 111 length, on Jnbu - slreet.filty one feet nine inches, and in length 00 the property of Mr. Moore fifty - two feet eleven incl.e, lie me same more or irss, wiui uie appur tenance. Dated January 17th, IRI8. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 17 did Master in Chancery. 1 IN CHA.VCERY. Slate otNew - York, it. IN pursuance of a decretal order of thit honora ble court, will be told at public auction, at the font ine Coffi e House io the city of New - York, under the di ection of the tubscriber, at one of the masters of thit court, on Saturday, the foinv teenth day of February next, at twelve o'clock at noon, all that certain huse and lot of ground, situate 00 the westerly tide of .Nassau - street, in the third ward of the city of New - York, and known at number 51, bounded at loiiowt : eati - erly in Iront by Nassau - street, westerly in the rear hy property belonging tt Mr. Isaac Mead, northerly by Mr. Hoilgkinton't Tavern, and southerly hy property of Mr. Elizabeth Giroa - court, containing in breadth io front and rewr twenty live leet, in length on the northerly tiae one hundred and twelve feet lour inches, and on the toutherly tide one hundred and ten teet ten inches, lie the sans . - more or less j together with all and sii.gular tlie hereditaments anil appurte nances tlieremito belonging. Dated tlie 23d day of January, 1818. IVIlIl A IU 1. TT Master in Chuncery. Note The terms of the tale will beat fol low: lit per cent on the day of tale. 15 per cent. on tlie first day of May next, at which time a deed will be executed ana possession given ; uie residue to be paid in tevea tears, with interest hali yearly, secured by a bond and mortgage on te premise tlie nonte to ne lasurwa ny ine punbaterirom the taid first day of May until the purchase money and interest thereon is paid, and the policy to be transferred to toe mortgagee For luriher particular apply atthe master's of - re, t rme - rreet. janxaoaw rT"t t OH AW . K lt TO LEA H &, u' - iS Lots in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Ward; many 01 inch are 00 regulated and oeved treet. No money will be required under ten year, U tola, tutereit excepted. HOUSE9. Several two and three story house, on which a great part ol the money remain r mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent (land for business, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a whan, storehouse and burn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acre of land, and a never f.ilinj ttrem. upon which SO trull may be ; . . . - r . r . erecieu, uun a mmcieucy 01 vaier loreatn. Apply at No. 2 Ureenwk h street, jan 13 tf rTy BROWN, ttone teal engraver aod jewel - JL . Icr, No. 166 Broadway. Coats of arms, cretLf, cypbtrs, tc engraved 00 ttone. A handsome assortment of fine gold teals, chain, and other jewellery. Ladiet' seals engraved with coats of arms, motto, and fancy devices. Diamond, amethysts, crystals, &c booghi in the ron'h or cut t' any form. Rooks of beralJry kept with wpwards ofi 60,000 names. Jaa 7 3a .1 . ' . . ' . i . 4 ? : r - l - TOlET. ; js ; - KJi Pora (era of years, the house end lot Broadway, at preartit occupied by Ue Mist Kinwy't, at a boarding boat. F or parti - culanenifiiireof ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, Cknnoot. ja 3 tFI . . ' Ci.UJiTRV SEAT FOB SAJ.E, AT Jatna ca, on Loner Inland, Queen County, late the reaule. ce ot John 1 roup, Esq dr eased. On the premise are a good .two ittory rrame house, barn, and other out - build inffs 1 23 acre of land in a rood stae for col tivation t 28 acre of wood land, of a fine thrif ty growth for fen - ingand timber 1 and a lot ofi 7 acre talt meadow. On Uiu property are two aoole orchards, and a var - etv of other fruit tree. - Jamaica being one of the most flutirinh - ing Tillage ioi the Island, iender thi proper ty desirable for a gentleman retiring from bu siness, rur panicuiar - appiv 10 .M. IMTMIS, 148 P arl - tt. ; or to JOHN ti ROUT. TROUP, jan 9 tf on the premise. STl FOti S.1I.E AT AUCTION', V&j At the T C. H. on the lit day of March next.theFARM belonging to the estate of the late Dr. Isaac Ledyurd, situated one mile touth ol ih - village of Newtown, Long Hand. The Wiliiaiushurgh tornpike ran through the Farm, 00 one side of which it t new excellent stone wall, half a mile in length The farm containt about 130 acre, 15 ot which is a fine Wood Lot, with two apple orchard, one old, the other just begin - 1, ing to hear well, and a suitable proportion ol good salt meadow. Tbe Mansion House is large and rontement, lour rooms 011 each floor, with a co' - d kitchen and cellars ; attached 1 a laree barn. crib, henhouse, smoke bouse, well, and a new cittern, ire. The court yard and garden con tain a variety of fruit treet and shrubbery, a large atparagut hed, raspherrtei ana currants. Alio A r ARM adjoining the above, containing about sixty acres : attached to which is ane - uual proportion of Salt Meadow, and A lot of young wood, situated within lest than a mne 01 the larm, containing ten acres, witn a tarni - hoitse, barn, well, garden, ice. Likewise A Lot of Land, lying at Sprinfield, south o the village of Jamaica, containing between four and five acres, on which are about u .I. - ten large chcinut trees, suitable forlencing. 1 he above lands wi I be all regularly turveyea, and mam of tbe tame exhibited tome time pre vious to, anil at the tale, and disposed of by tbe acre, with the buildings thereon, inclusively. rossettiou g - ven onththrito: April. For further particulars, apply at 49 Dey - ttraet. ian II Ids" . UUAtlD 6i l.viDtjI NO. VO or three Gentlemen can be accommo - . dated in a French family, with Board and Lodging, where they can take lessiont in the French language if they chase. Apply at thit nice. jan 13 xw" CO - PA KINKKSHIf. (Tm The subscribers have formed a connec ion, for the purpose of transacting business on comniissietn in ins city, unaer me urm 01 J.w & GEO. W. LYNCH. JOHN LYNCH, GEO, W. LYNCH. New - York, 8th Jan 1818. RtrERKKCRS. Messrs. Le Roy, Bayard Si Co. v v. Messrt. Prime, Ward il Sacds,i Hon. Jas. Lloyd, Messrs. Thot C. Amory k Co. Boston. Metirt. Munton tl Barnard, J jao 9 Sawlm FOB it.tLE, The House, Stable and Lot No. 19 Stair - street, on accommodating term. If not told by middle of February next, tbe premises will be rented. For terms, apply at 39 Burling - tlip. ALSO FOR SALE, An rleeant Lot, fronting Bowling Greene, and House and Lot 45 Franklin - street. Title to tbe foregoing indisputable. Enquire as above. jan 13 gawtre' - n C OUNTRY r - KAT FOR SALE. The Farm known by the name of Cas tie Howard Farm, handsomely s lutted 1 1 - 2 miles from Princeton, bounded in front by the main tnrnpike road fiom Philadelphia to New - York, and in the rear by Millstone Creek, it contains 145 acres, 30 acres of ahich is wood land, SO acres ly.ng 2 miles from the farm, and a beautiful lot of 10 acres within ubout 300 yards of the r.gbt wing of the house. Resides ornamental trees ii contains a va riety of fruit trees, consisting of grafted pears, of the best quality, 17 (liner en t kinds; che ries. 10 different kinds, the most of them graf ted and an orchard of the best apples, besides a young and thriving orchard of crab applet, for making the cider to celebrated, also, one of sweet apples lor fatting hog 1 he house 1 pleasant m1 commodious with an excellent gaiden, the out .houses and fences ar 111 good condi ion. The above is a delightful summer or winter residence. For further rticulars enquire at No. 127 Pearl - st, New - York, or to the subscriber, on the premises, who will give an indisputable title for Uie same. Z. MORFORD. jan 5 tawtf FUR SALE, The elegantS - ttory brick HOUSE and leae, 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 the end of the term, or the lease renewed for 21 years longer; it rent? for $400 per annua ; the walk and street hat recently been paved. r or terms, apply to t:. a. I U.MS, jan 14 tf 91 Coffre houe - slip. trF"! For Sale, Lease, or Let. VInltl That pleasantly situated place, on the road leading to King'i - bndge, by way or llarUcm lane, known a Kote - Htll. I be avenue to Ma - comb's bridge runt a few rodt in the rear of it, rendering the premises very desirable, as the bouse, in consequence, shews two frwits. The garden, and about two acres of meadow, are well stocked with Iruit and shrubbery, asparagus beds, currants, tie. Tbe house and coach - bouse are in good condition, and wKh small expense can be made a very genteel country retreat. The term will be made easy. ALiO, That very genteel two - story hoose, stable and two lets of ground, tttutted 111 Bank - st., t.reeo - wich ; at present occupied by George Lindsay, tsq. Apply at 55 liroadwav 1 or, to CHARLES OAKLEY, jan 15 1m 141 Front - street rjtLUABLt. FA KM, To be told or exchanged for property in .ew - iora. The tubtcriber being in a very low ttafe of health, and having very little hopet of recovery, offer for tale hit farm at Barbadoes neck, coun ty of Bergen, containing about one hundred and thirty five ncret of arable, meadow and wood land. Thit farm lies on the main road between New - York and Newark, about hall a mile thit tide of Newark Bridge. It 11 10 a very highitate of cultivation, and it not urpatM.d by aov other in the vicinity 01" New - York, at a valuable and agreeable residence, either for the farmer or private gentleman. The dwelling house, though small, is neat and well finish' - d, and the fences, gates, barns, stable, nnd tther out - houtes, are in excellent order aod well planned. In front of tbe house, bordericg on tlie pub!ic road, is a handsome and well storked garden, and on the premise it a young and thriving orchard, containing a choice selection of the het grvted fruit treet. A more particular description of the property i thought unnecessary, a those disposed to purcoat will view the prtrantes. The title is indisputable. ' For particulars, apply to tbe subscriber, No. 1H8 Pearl - street, or to Mr. Andrew Smith, near the premises, nov 14 tf ROBERT STUART. STORAGE. Storage may be had on the first floor of the store No. 29 Souih - tlrret, which will save the rpesM of boitling. dec 26 POST COACH LINE ro PHILADELPHIA IXroRTART TO FAstKHfiERf. ' No rnn - tet'tion with the oost chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO SITION REVIVED. A NEW Line of Pott Coaches with every con 1 venienre for passengers and baggage, on hnniurs THROUGH IN ONE DAY. Tbe Pott Coach will ttart from the Coach office, old No. 1 Courtlaod - ttreet, N. York, every morning, Sunday excepted, at 1 - 2 past 6 o'clock, by way of Newark. New - Bruntwick, Prince ton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the tame eteniner. Fare 8 dollars. ; 7t Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, will ttart from New - York every morning fSun dbyt excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta. from the north tide of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia next day to dine Fare through f6 United Stale Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience lur patsrogcrt and baggage, on tpringt. Tbe U. S. mail coach will ttart from the coacb office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - ttreet, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 patsengers admitted. Fare 10 dollar. For seatsinthe above named Lines, apply to 1 nus. vurir.L.D. at the otrj eiiatmnea Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. I lourtJandt - ttieet, the second oltiee from Broadway, New - York ; to ISAAC BROWN, No. I Wnthington - ttreet; or to A. T.GOODRICH li CO. No - 134 Broadway, corner of Ce dar ttreet, New - York. ftT'AII goodt and baggage at the risk of the owner. JUSLrrl Li ON, cONs bl CO. N. B Expresses tent to any pari of the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan XZ U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, iin A UUAKU. ftt" The public are assured that thit line it equal 10 any in ine u . s. lor the convenience aod comfort ol the traveller. With the addition 01 the guard, the passenger may rctt secure a to nit baggage ann personal salety the coach ne ver oeing leu wiuisicnanging atthe post oihcei, without a person on the box. The way mail It put in separate bagt and changed in tlie European style. I he U S. Mail Coarf: will ttart from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - tt.ret, New - York every dny at 2 o'clock P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock ; only 6 passenger admitted in thi conch. For seat apply to THOS. WHITFIIILD, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No I, terond office from Broadway in Courtlajidt - ttreet, or to A. T. GOODRICH & Co. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street. New - York. ,N. B. All goodt and baggage at the ritk of uie owner. J. LYON tt SONS, Powlet Hook. WILLIAM GUL1CK K CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Exprestet lent to any part of the Continent by jan 0 THOS. WHITFIELD. fOSf CHAISE LI.NL. FO R PHILADELPHIA. Tha fO?5T CHAISE, with every convenience for PSisengers and thiir baggage (fhrougti in .e day) frill leave the City Hotel every day (Sun days excepted at 7 o'clock in tlie m - iniinc. bt way of Newark, and arrive the tame day at Philadelphia. 1 Tlie MAIL COACH PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior aicoinniodn tiont for Passengers and their baggage, m ill leave the City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) a half past I o'clock P. M. will proceed btlore the Mail, and not tubject to the inconvenience of stopping at the numerous Post Offices on the mad. but every accommodation provided for the tra veller, and arrive some hour before the Mail at Philadelphia. All tetter ano papertcarried free of expense hy the Coacbet For seat in the above lines apply at the Post Chaise and Albany Mail and Diligence Office, iu. no uiu.unaji ,n'iiw tiie vht nmcn Rrr All goodt and baggage at the riiaue of the owner. , JOHN N. GUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK & SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON i: HOWELL, Philadelphia. A. B. Lrpretset sent to any part of the Unnm. Jan 6 U ifl TO LET, I - u.il The Store No. 134 Front - street, an ex cellent stand for a Grocer. For further particu lar! inquire of RIPLEY & WELD, nov 11 192 Front ttreet. Q7X LET, And immediate possession given, the house No. 9 Pearl - street, together with the tta hie and loach House in the rear on Bndge - tt. The premises are in complete repair and have every convenience necetsafy for the accommo dation oi a larniiy. r or particular apply to net 28 l. b radish. FALUABLE RE.1L PROPERTY. Tbe following proiierty, part of the real estate of James R. Smith, Esq. deceased, will be sold at - auction, on Friday, the 30th day of Jan. inst. at the Tontine Coffre House, at 12 o'clock, hy Messrt. D. Dunham Si Co. viz. The elegant large three story brick HOUSE and LOT No. 53 Broadway, with a bn - k stable and coach house in the rear, fronting on Lumber - street. The lot it 26 feet 3 inches front and rear, and 193 feet deep on both tides The house is built in the mot fashionable and substantial manner, and the w hole property improved to the best advantage. It is rented at present for 18(10 dollars per annum and all the taxet. Tlie pasmise can be viewed 'till tlie day of tale, between tbe hour of 12 and 2 o'clock. The three ttory brick House and Lot No. 211 Pearl - ttreet, with a wooden honse on the rear, fronting on Gold - Ftrcet, No. 10 ; the lot SI feet 10 1 - 2 im het front and rear, and 2J4 feet 2 inches on one side, and 230 feet 2 inches on the other. The building nn Pearl - ttreet wat erected by the deceased in the best and most tuhstantial manner; 1 very extentive, and commodiously arranged - The situation it well known at a very desirable one for the wholesale dry ood or hardware buii nest The dwelling part of the house can be viewed between the hours of 1 1 and 12 o'clock. The f ur story tire proof brick Store and Lot No 25 Smith ttreet, occupied by Messrs. Ira Day Si Co. w ith the right of the wharf in tront of it. Dimensions unknown, will be declared at the tale. Tbe two vacant Lots of Land, nn the easterly tide of Wathintrton - ttreet, between Carlisle and Kector - ttreett, beins lott No. 19 and 20, of cer tain lutt formerly bel - Higing to Carlile Pollock, being eich 20 feet front and rear : No. 19, 93 feet deep on both tidrt and - No. 93 leet 6 inch es in. the southerly tide, and 94 ftet on the north eriv tide. Th title to tbe whole of this property it indis - putaoie. it 11 tia umier run powers given to the execntort by the will. Ten per cent, of tlie Durche monev to be mud down. 1 1.3 nrrf on delivery of the deeds, and the remaining 2 - 3dt can remain on mortgage, tor one year lor the premises on Pearl - ttreet, aod for longer, if required, 00 the other property, at will I declared at the tale. For any further particulars that may be oecettsry, apo'rto JOHN' THOMPSON, or) r JAMES DOORMAN, xectitori Jao209 iralJuj ; pshfir kaow bow Io cWtail tweea things that differ. 6ua XJ of the city of London. ..5 pber or the faculty of xtovZ aod surrerv then. aL. 7. P the abuse of MERCURY a rash, inditcruiiinate, and imotialf fied use thereof, hat been 3. sands are aruiu lly mercurialized out of eSi.V tal resulti chiefly to thit tource. What nif" that a youngan, the hope of hit country arfi tbe darting of hit parents, should be oitclij f . way from all the ..rotiwcti and enjoyrnenutf.V by tlie consequences of one nnrjr.rdfcd rnomel, and by a disease not in its own nature fatal Which only prove x from neglect or irnpro, treatment.''" A genllcmar, (late Dri TrF'. El' Uent) now perfectly hearsy and well, had bll under phytRians of getieij practice, sigveW and repeatedly tali vat, i ; when recommendedti Dr. H. (by - a gentleman of thit city) rut h were carious, and his flesh dropping from thT hit friendt declared he coald not pottiblv tuet ; two montht longer. Thousantlt experimentaJi! know with what ease and safety Dr. littAT cates the severest cases, and coo 6 nut the'cm - Sf" luUon. The Doctor's plan (advertitina) i?l cetsary to guard the public against the Vbouti mercury, and oilier fatal delusions, held forth Persons, therefore, having contracted a n? vatc disorder, or suspecting latent poison. V admonished not to tamper with their const ii tion, or conceal the disorder, till past ree ry ; othershaving tbe remains of an, old r.II" or other impurities of the blood, it well M 7 er complaints of a delicate nature, in sex. thould remember posterity, and do initir. to their consciences, by making applfc,. :! to Dr. H. at his old and retpuUe 2 lishment, No. 64 Water - ttreet, four boutei Taii of Old - li,to obtain that prompt attuttnee . lone cak ulaied to prevent disclosure. And b,71 let me claim your teriout attention Reruemhr, a tuperficial cure is no cure at all; unlets sinessit radically dene, you will certain!, hit! the disorder break out agnin with redoubled ma ligiuty. at some future period perhaps then will he too late for remedy. Don't you often meet ! "he ttref t miserable, mutilated being, wiihr. t - vtn a bit of note on their face ? Take warn ine I beseech you. F Dr. H't. character for skill and itubhorn intt. gnty being universally known in (hit city, nu 1 804, guarantee to patient that delicacy and te! crecy lutherto unknown, ami having confined hit practice for yean past, exclusively to tlie cure of diseases of the blood tyitam. they may safety c&l culule on the moat decided advantages in coal u'ting Dr. H. Gleets eradicated in twa or three weeks - Strictures removed without bougies rr any oth. er inttrumcnt ; and alt debilities ; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula'i tic, A plurality of offices are prorided, and so tits, ated that patients are not exposed toeach other' observation. Open till half putt 9 in the evenin - All person! concerned are invited to be free ? lulling, and sneaking with Dr.H. whicfi i ire. of cost. And here the Doctor cannot arid tha exprestion of gratitude for innumerable recommendations and for the decided preference fit it presumed with iust cause i judicious pahlic. J ii . u. a ii fciiera muiT dc post paid. Dr. Buchanan. J A ii ?7 U - , Wt TIBER O.L H KKRi JWR JMPiihl - TIOM. BvEVA'VS' tuperioi method of curing t certain Disease, itoowtoirer - tally acknowledged in this r j www ui ueiimesi it perfectly m.w peditious and his chaiwt reatooahle. In every instance he wamnta - land will retarn thepayifh :does not perform agreeable to contrai l e secrecy always observed. Iliere are many ierous uj thit city and its vicinity, laboring under various chronic disease, ucb at cancers, old inveterate ulree. ., - 7 or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the arrthra. bladder and kidnies, old complicated coaji.liuBlit of a certain' nature, bilious and other ovitn - linni. rf . .1 m f ilm. A - - mhirh ILa - m.j i , ' , ' ........ lunpiuei iocs - rable, they can certainly be cured (in central! i.v applyuicat Dr. EVANS'S Medical S - ),. x 9, Petk - thp, having practised in exteitivt hotpitalt in Europe 12 years, under scire oftht lirst Mirgeont and Phyticiau in the world, ana n.nde tliote obttinate diseases hit constant ttudy for "tO year. q... ' P?T:wWKATVH 1 DA - i3i r anct . j - "' ij txiiuia. - .ujt r, .10. t ulLxi - ttreet, opposite St. Pault Church, offer for tale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant at - ortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornhoent ed in gold hJronre, Bamboo, Plain aod Gill Boll, Rocking, Sewing, uod Conversa - Loungees, Music Stools, Sic. uraen irom any partot tbe continent executed with neatnets and dispatch. U,d Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented, oct 13 A GREAT NATURAL CURIOSITY". THE public are informed that this morning wat landed the long expected FEMALE ELEPHANT, and is to be teen at No. 296 Broad way, near Washington Hall. Tha size of thit aniiiml is about 7 feet bish. and about 16 feet long from the end of the 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 centt. novxu JZ FOR SALE, 511) The House and Lot No. 101 Liberty - it. Depth 34 feet, breadth 25. Depth of tbe lot 107 feet. Those who may wish to purchase property of this discription, can at any time new the premises, ana terms oi taie may ot agrcca w hy application to POTT M'KINNE, dec 31 56 South - street RUSSIA OII. N SMITH DAV1L3 . ti CO. CbymiciJ Perfumers, and Taney Soap Makers, No. 136 Broadway, New - York, fftr to the ladiet aid gentlemen of thi cif their Russia Oil, which it one of the most agreeable and uteful oil for pro moling the growth of lb hair. Ladiet will find it the bett for dressing real or false hair. Gentlemen whose hair hat been injured by bad powder, wnnld do well by WW this oil, as it corrects the injury it bat sustained. It may be had in bottlet, with printed direction, at wholesale or retail, at their manufactory. Ar a general assortment of perfumery, fancy articles and soap, dressing case, work boxes, thread rase, nurse, raiors. aritsors. pen - knive. silver pencil case, t weexer, tobacco pipe a0"1 pick cases, amber and spar mulling bottles, o - dour of roet in bottlei, cologne, lavender, hooey orange flower end rote waters, to Sic jan 12 MEMOIRS ofthe life and writings of the Revd. Claudius Bucbannan, D. D. Ia? vice provost ofthe college of Fort William. Bengal, by the Revd. H. Pearson, M. A. of St. John't College, Oxford ; just received ajd for sale by . COLLINS Si HANNAY, Jan 17 No. 230 Pearl - street. NEW - YORK: PRINTED A.D PUBU&UtD MICHAEL EUIUfHAM k CO. No. 42 Piam - STarrr. - LtUsrali

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