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'IN CHANCERY. . - '' IN CHANCEAT." J "' "'I. State of New - York, aa. 15 iranaaneo of decretal order of thto toamav bU coart, bearing data tba 7tt day f July last, will b sold at public taction, at the Toa - tiae Ctlhe How, latba city of New - Jerk, - der U direction ottaarcriter, ucm NIM BMtesof(boait,MrAMdiu th tthday f J tnoarr aext, at iwdwoVtoc at noon, all that rartjua block, or pieca of grouod aad mi tinoVrtratey, to be Made bad aad ground, out of . t n I i r . i ' i - m nmo or oaasoa - a luver, TUBS IB, lying ina ' new atreet of savsaty feet ia breadth, to Im made fronting oa ton said North River, called West - street. aadiiboaadedaafbttowtt aorta - aatterty aad easterly by Liburty - ttrett t aortb - watterly ana wettany ay wramwi atoraaaMi soum westerly aad westerly by Cedar - treet, aa outh easterly aad easterly by Washington - street t containing ia breadth oa Wuhisgtoo - streetavd West - street one hundred aad tea leel is incbea, aad in length along Lberty - treet one hundred and seveoty - seven feet, aad along Cedar - atreet ana hind red and tevanty - two feet' j together with (be appurtenances, subject mtfor - thekM to the rent, covenant), rettrictioni aad , agreement to which said premise art tabject, in favor ofthe corporation of the city of New York, at imposed, reserved and created by them. Dated. Nov. 20th. 1817. JAMES A. HAMILTON. : Master ia Chancery. i Nole. The tale of tba above property it postponed to Friday, the 30th instant, at a It fen o'clock, A. M. at the aaate place. It will be told . ia lota or parcel, and oa liberal tonne, which aaay be koowa by applying at tba Masters office. No. 3 Law Buildings ; where a map of the pro - am snny be seeo. January 8th, 1818. Ja9db ' ' Pi CHANCERY. Stalt of New - York, ss. I If pursuance of a decretal order of this honorable court, bearinf date th 10th day of No - vember, ia tba u ifin, wilt be sold at public a action, at the Tontine Coffee House, ia the city of New - York, oa Wednesday, the seventh day of January next, at twelve o'clock, noon, all that lot, piece or pare - ; of ground, sitaate ia the fourth ward of tba city uf New - York, oa the corner of Cherry aad Derer - etroeto, boaadad aorthwert - arly ia Iroatoa Charry - rtraet, aarueasterly by pound belonging to Maria Osgood, aoutkeatterty id tba rear by ground bow or late tbe property of Doctor Joseph Toaag, aad son th westerly by Dover - street aad ia aow kaowa and distinguished by Jtooo aad lot aanher two Cberry - street, aad boasa a amber one Dover - street ( containing ia breadth, ia front aad rear twenty seven fees and six inches, and ia length oa each tdaoaa hundred aad seven feet, be the same more or leas : together with the ap purteoaoce. jurauau iecesnoe - iiai, low. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Muter in Chancery, dec 17 tawOOthD dta ftT The tale of the above property is post poned to tba 19th instant, at the tame boar and fHoce. uawa janeary 7, iuih. - JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 7 dtdt Matter in Chancery, i Thotxlaof tbe above property ie postponed to lha Vth instant, at the tame boor and place. Dated Jaa. 1Mb, 1918. JAMES A. HAMILTON, . Jan 19 dtdt Matter in Chancery. K CHANCERY. State of New - York, ss. IN pursuance of an order of this honorable court, trill be told at public auction at the Too - tine CoflVc House, in the city of New - York, under tbe direction of the subscriber, on the twenty seventh day of November instant, at ELEVEN O'CLOCK in the forenoon, all thnt certain lot, niece or parcel of e;ronad, situate, Wing and being in the filth ward of Ihe city of Nt - w - York, frootioe. oa Laixtit - st (HUDSON SQUARE,) bounded northerly in the rear by Vestry - atreet, easterly by the house and lot now (or late) occu - K'ed by Mrs, Murray, westerly by a boose and t lata of lieonnrd Lisiienard. deceased : con taining ia breadth, in front, and rear 31 feet 6 inches, and in depth on eeh tide 1 75 feet. Snid premises oeios: held under and hv virtue of a certain demise front the rector and inhabjtantt of the city or new - York in communion of the fro featant Episcopal Church in the state of New m w, iw utv vet in w Miucijiutc jearv irvta uic SStk day of March, 1U06 ; subject to the yearly rent of $15, and to the provisoes, covenants aad agreement contained in laid lease : together with the hereditament and appurtenaacet to the same belonging or in anywise appertaining - . W.k - a - u ... . r : ; - . avawq nor. , ion. ' . THOMAS BOLTON, ' Master in Chancery. The terms of sale, which will he liberal, may be known by enquiring at the office of the matter. No. 41 Pine - street. nova oawtlSth&tdta The sale of the above property is postponed to the t8lh day of January next, at the tame boar anaptace. Dated rue v. rnn, ihiv. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. nov 7 lawtJSOdtds IN CUA VC'EKY Slmte ar" ffew - Ytrk. $$. . IN pursuance of an order of this honorable court, will hi anld at pnblK auction at the Ton tine CoflV - e House, in the city of New - York, nn der tlte direction of the subscriber, on the t?th day of November mjt at ELEVEN O'CLOCK ia the forenoon All that certain lot, piece or - t f ... i ,i parcel oi grouna niuaia ividj Baa nemg in ine fourth ward of the city of New - York, commencing 40 feet from the southwest corner of aew - market - tlip (late Catlterine - street) and Cherry street, and runninc wetterlr along Cberry - street 40 feet, to ground now or late the property of jonn tioisraan tnence soauierty niong taia ground ISO fi - et to Water - street ; tlience easterly along W ater - street 40 feet, to ground now or late of Bolius Moore, then northerly n Ion taid around 120 feet - to the mace of ratio ning. Also, all that certain other lot, piece or Jian ci oi ground, situate, lying and Deuig in jne onrth ward of the city or New - York, directly in tbe rear of tbe above, described piece or parcel of ground, aid commencing 40 feet from tbe southwest corner f oew - market slip, and Water atrret, aad running westerly along Water - street 40 feet, to ground of Joha G. Coster ; thence ' southerly along taid ground 160 feet to South - atreet, thence easterly along Boutli - street. 40 reel to ground now or late of Boltus Moore, thence northerly along aaid ground 160 feet, to the place of beciooins;. Torether with the hereditaments and appurtenance to the tame, and every part and parcel tnereor he longing or in nny wit ap pertaining, mica xvov. 410, iHi . THOMAS BOLTON. Matter in Chancery. The above will be (did in rperate lots. The terms of sale will be liberal and may he known Ay enquiring of the Matter, No. 41 fine - tueet, wriere a map or the premise can De seen. , nov4lawti9thdU The tale of thaahoc nranerfv h nottoooed to the 1 28th day of January next, at the (am hour anapiace. Dated Cov. T7th, II7. THOMAS BOLTON, Matter in Chancery. ftov S7 lawUaa30dU IN CHANCERY. . State of New York, a. IN pursuance of a decretal order of this kxaora - Me Court, wdl be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee Hoase, in tb city of New York, under the direction of the sohcritr, a. one of the m - uter of this honorable conrt, oa THURSDAY, the twenty ninth day of January inst at 12 o'clock at noon, all that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situate oa tlie easterlv aide oi'BrofdiMXy, ia the sixth ward of tlie city of New York, knowa as Member 350, hounded a follows s Beginning at the corner of Bmad - way aad Leonard - street, thence running orher ry and upon Broadway thirty feet aiH iii inches, to a bone belonging to and occupied by Stetibea Price, Esquire, thence easterly along the tame and parallel to Leonard street, oe hoodred and seventy ove feet to Benson - street, met ice sosin erlr a'id upon Benson - street, thirty feet six inch es to Leonard - street, thence westerly aad unoa Leonard street, me hundred and seventy - five feet to the iHace of beginning ; with the appurteaan ces. Dated tlie t tb day of January, one thousand eight hundred und eighteen. . JAMES A. HAMILTON. JaaTtdl Master la Cniocery. mh ofNtm - Ttfk, tr. 1I BSjraoaaea of decretal order af thst Ivonorn. ble eowrt wW be add at paboe aactioa, at tee iToatiaoCeCea Hofsa, la toe ctty at niw - ii k tba Slat day of Jaaoary seat, at It atoek ia I ae soraaoon, an mat ccnaai aaat sw trsfit, Htaated ia tbe city of New - Verk. at the leraer of Cedar and WiHiatn etratia, aad known and distiacaitbed at faooao No. 63 VVilUata - etreet t ud lot beiof to braadtb in free aad rear t5fcet fl tochra, aad) in senjUi oaCodar - street 1 fret 10 laches ;aad on tne toeweoter ry aide aboot ainetj three toaL taare ar km. . Alto, aH that eertaia other tot of evened adwtaiaf tho fonaer, and froatinf oa WiDiaai ttroat I be ingia breadth in iroatil feet 10 inchea, nadia rear U toet t laches i loavioc aa off - net or break oa tbe son Unrest aide of two njet foar inches j aad in leof tk oa the aortheatterly aide about 93 feat t and oa tbe southwesterly tide 94 feet 4 .1 a L. I . L. lacbea. oe toe isbs saora or pcm. i uKeiusr wiw all and sinralar, the kerediUmeAU aad nppnrto nances thereaato belonjjiiij. r. ii. tllLUKbi ll. Jan 15 Master in Cliancery. JN CUANCKY. Slatt of Airw Far, at. N punaance of a decretal order of this honorable coort, bearinc date tbe sixterath dar of January iattant. will bo told, at Dublic aaction. at the Tontine Coffee Home, in the city of New. York, wider tbe direction of the subscriber, at one of toe master ol this court, on Saturday the 3 1st of January iattant, at twelve o'clock, noon, all mat eertaia lot. piece, or parcel of pound, situate, Ivins and beinc ia the second ward of the city ol iiew - iorx, aforesaid, on me nortneny ide of vVilliam - etreef. at the comer of John - street t bounded toutberlr br William - street, easterly by John street, northerly by property of James w. Koninson, and westerly oy property ly of aire, moo re, coniamine; in iront ana rear, nineteen feet five inches, in leceth. oa John street, fifty - one feet nine inches, and in lenxth on the property of Mrs. Moore fifty - two feet eleven incbea, be trie tame more or lets, wttn tne appur tenances, jjateu January ran, win. JAMKS A. HAMILTON, Jan 17 dtdt Master in Chancery. Vi CHANCERY. State of New - York, u. IN pursuance of a decretal order of this honora hie court, will be aaid at public auction, nt the Tontine Coflke House in the city of new - York, under the di'ectioa of the tubscriber, a one of i tbe master of this court, on Saturday, the lour tenath day of Febraary next, at twelve o'clock at noon, all that certain bouse and lot of around. situate on tbe westerly tide of Nassau - street, in tne nurd ward or the city of new - lorn, and known as aumber51, bounded as follow : easterly ia front by Hassan - street, westerly in the rear by property belonging to Mr. Isaac Mead, northerly by Mr. Hodgkinton't Tavern, and southerly by property of Mr. Elisabeth Giron court, containing in breadth in front and rear twenty five feet, in length on the northerly ide one hundred and twelve feet lour inches, and on tbe toutberlr tide one hundred and ten feet tea inches, be lite same more or let i together with all and tiogular the bereditamenu and appurte nance thereunto belonging. Dated the S3d day of January, 1818. - n ir'tt inn mpi . a Matter in Chancery. Note Tbt terms of the tale will be a fol lows : 10 per cent on the day of tale, 15 per cent. on the firtt day of May next, at which time a deed will be executed aad possession given ; the residue to be paid in (even year, with interest half yearly, secured by a bond nod mortgage on we premises tnu noue 10 oe iniureu uy tin purchaser from tbe (aid first day of May until the purchase money and interest thereon is paid, and the policy to he transferred to the mortgagee. For further particular apply at the master' office, N j. 60 Pine - street , . JanS3d3w IN CtlANCEUY. Thoma William w. Sarah Morrison, and State of ffcw - l'ork, si. Martin Morrison. V I N pursuance of a decretal order of this henora - 1 ble court made in the above cause, will be sokl at public auction, at tlte Tontine Coffie House, in Hit city of New - York) on Monday the second dny of February next at 12 o'clock, at noon of that day. under the direction and soixr - intendanca of the subscriber, one of the masters of this court All that certain tract, piece or parcel of laad situate lying aod being in the coun ty of Green aod Scboharrie, and in the '.iwnship or Bristol aad t reeiiold. on the west side ol nod sons River, besinnine at a water Ash tree marked with the letters SS 1768. for the south west cor ner cf a tract of land patented to Samuel Stinger, from thence south eighty lix degrees west twelve chains by the south m a tract of land patented to Jonn worm fccolt, esquire, and outer, inence souh lifty - ieven chains and thro roods, thence aorth 6fty - seven chains to the south line of Use tract or land patented to the said eamuel sunges, thence south eighty - six degrees, west by tbe oath line of the said Samuelbtinee land, fifteen chain and three rod to the taid water Ash tree, the bounds first mentioned, which taid tract of land was by Deed of Release, bearing date the twenty - tsth day ol seplemner one tuousand seven hundred and seventy, conveyed by Golds - brow Kanyer of the city of New - York, Esouir?, to Roger Smith, and by the said Roger Smith, on the thirteenth day of Jury one thousand seven bond red and seventy - five, to Thoma tin wold. and by tbe taid 1 homo Unsworn to Darnel M. Hitchcock, and by the taid Daniel M. Hitch cock to John Davidson (except nevertheless out or the taid tractor me. containing annul seven acres told by the taid Daniel M. Hitchcock, to Samuel ctcftvill.) And also, all that certain part, tract, and piece of land, titaate. lying and being in tbe town of Freehold County of Green, and state of New - York, aad contiguous to the land above mentioned : beginning at the east line of Samuel scdvm't land, where tne same intersects the turnpike road, running thence north one degree, west tea chain and sixty link to tlie south hoe of the above described land, thrnce oa tame wettwara i wocnains ana iony nnxs, inence somn one degree east ten chain and forty tiakt to the turnpike, eatt two chains forty two links. Containing two acres two roods and six rods, which together with the first tract, contains about one hundred and fifty acre, together with the appurtenance thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated, New - York, Jan. 1 0th, 1818. WILLIAM SEAMAN, Jaa It Jawtds Master in Chaarery. BY order of Alexander Sheldon, Esquire, first fudge of tbe court of commao pleas in and tor lha county of Montgomery, notice it hereby given to Nicholas BerdJne, now or late of Charts - ton, in said coonty, aa absconding debtor, Stoall otlwr whom it may concern, that on kDoliratioa and due proof made to him the said Alexander Sheldon, pursuant to tlie directions of the act of ii legislature oi ine stale of new lork. entitled " an act for reliefagainst absconding and absent debtor," pawed March 31st. 180!. ha hath di rected all the estate real and personal, within the coanty of Montgomery, of the said Nicholas Ber - lat Bcrdioe do return and discharge hi debt within three months after this notice of sorb si sure, all hit estate wttf be told for the payment and tatisiacuoa or ait dent. MARCUS T. REYNOLDS, Attorney. dec6law3m For attaching creditor. Ti Y order of the Honorable James Gould. O iudre of the uperior court of the state of Connecticut, notice it hereby given to the credit or of Isaac E. J odtoo, of the pendency of kit pe tition before the honorable superior court, to be oolden at Utchneid, ia and lor UtchfMd Cotrn tr.ea the first Taaadav of Febnarv. 18 '8. prr na tor aa act n itworvxncy. nuei'i, iuui - i , . , e i a A . l fecemoer, iBtf. oec zw :awaw - 1)Y order ofthe honorable James Gould, as I) judge of the superior Court of lite ttate of C anecticut. noti e it hereby given to the credi tort of Rntwell Taylor, of tha peoiV - ocy of bit petition before the honorable taperior court, to be hoideu at Litchfield, in aad for Litchfield courtly, on the firtt Tuesday of February, 1818, pray - ing for an act of insolvency. Litchfield, 16th December, 1817. .. dec20 1ew3w EVELEK.VJ oar by JV S BOWER, as arranrel aad oag by Mr. flill IPfS. is now iadr f - w tala it J 1. It IT. nriR'd Sf.,. i M Maiden - laae. jia 10 tf - TIN CHANCERY - V"'f tTATE or new - toil, !, FN eojauanca of a decretal order of this honor a - 1 bfe court, bearing date tbe sixteenth day ofl October mat, wiM be told at public aactioa, at the Toatiae Cottaa Hoase, ia the city of New - York, aader the direclioa of tbe subscriber, as one of the matters of Uii court, ea WUnnday tbe atrenM day of Jannary next, at twelve o'clock, at noon, all that cartain tot, tract or parcel of land, situa ted to tbe county of Delaware, in the state of NwYork, and ia Evans' Patent, and known by great lot thirty few, aad bounded at follows : be - gjaiiingat a stake, aad heap of stones near a beech tree, marked tso. 34 nod 37 1 nerng the northeast comer of lot thirty toveu Stbeace along the north noand thereof south eighty nine degrees, west one hundred and Iwentv eight chain and ninety fix link to n beach tree marked So. 33 and 34 ; being the southeast corner of lot f No. 33.) num ber thirty three ; tlience along the cast bounds nwreof. norm three decrees, east t - isniy one chain and twenty kaks to a beech tree marked no. 31 and 34 t I be ore along tba south nounos oi lot (no. 31) number thirty one, north eignty nine degrees, east the distance of one hundred and four chain, to a stake aad heap of tMoett thence sooth thirty five chains and twenty four link to a beech tree marked Xio.t tlience norm tigniy nine decrees, eatt twenty chains to tbe west bound of lot thirty five i thence along the tame south forty four chains and ninety tix links to the place of beginning I containing nine hundred and forty nine acres and three fourths of an acre of land, with tbe appurtenaacet. And alto, all that certain other lot. tract, or parcel of land, aitna ted in the county of Delaware, in the ttate of New - York, in Evans' Patent, and known by great lot thirty seven, and it bounded at follow! : Beginning at a hemlock tree marked No. 37 and 40, being the northeast corner of lot No. "(40) number forty j thenc - fe along the. north bounds thereof, south, eighty nine degrees, west one hundred and thirty - four chains and ten link tu a beech sapling marked No. 36 li 37 t thence north three degrees, east seventy eight chains to a Beech tree with atone round it ; thence on the south hound of M thirty four north eighty nir.e degree, eatt one hundred and thirty chain to n Birch tri e marked thirty (even and thirty - eight i thence on the west bounds of lot thirty - eight, south sevent y - eight chain to the place ol' beginning, containing one thousand and twer.ly - four acres and one fourth of an acre of land with the appurtenances. Dated. December 2, 1817. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Dec 3 lawt&dts Matter in Chancery. frt" The tnle of the above proirty is postK - neoto the eighteenth day of February next at the tame hour and place, bated Jan. 7, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 7 tawtt Matter in Chancery. AO ICE. BY a de - ree of tiie honorable Court of Chancery of this state, will w sold under the direction of one of the Masters, on 'he second d:y of February next, at It o'clock, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York All lliat certain tract, piece or parcel of land, situate ly ing and being in the county of Green and Scho harrie aod in the township of Bristol and Free hold, an the west tide of the Hudson Kiver. be ginning at a water Ash tree marked with tbe letters and figure, a S. Id8 for the southwest corner or a tract oi tana patented to oamuei cun - cc. from thence south eighty - six decrees, west twelve chains by the south of a tract of laud pa tested to Joha Morin Scott, Esquire, and others, (hence south fifty (even chain and three rood, thence north fifty aeven chain to the south line oi the tract of land patented to tne said samuei S tin set, thence south eighty - six degrees, west by the south line of the said Samut J Slmeet land. fifteen chain and three rod to tbe said water Ash tree, the bound first mentioned. And also, all that certain part, tract and piece of land si'u - ate. Ivinar'and ueiiig in the town of Fre:h Id, county oi Green, and state of New - York, and contiguous to we lano aoove mennuneu, min ning at the eatt line of Samuel Scovills land, where the same intersect the (umpike road, running thent e north one degree west ten chains and sixty links to tlie south line of the above granted land, then on the same westward two chains and forty links, then south one degree east ten chains and forty liuks to the turnpike, eatt two chains. frrty - two links, containing (wo acres, two roods and six rods which together with the first tract contains about one hundred and fifty acres, which preuiises were mortgaged to Thomas Williams oflhe city of New - York, Pilot, to secure the consideration money, uaien wis am nay oi ja - nuary, 1818. Jan 5 Ma'I'h tds. IEATHEK6 Ku'Sia leathers, ol good ifUnl. ity, in quantitiet to tuit purchaser, at So. 44 Soeth - atreet. Jnn l.r tt ajtl.K OH TO LRASK, Lottin the 5. C. 8. and 10 Ward; many 01 which arc on regulated and paved street io money will be required under ten years, if told, interest excepted. HOUSES. Several two and time ttory houses, on which a great part of the money remain nn mortgage. LA.NDI.XG AT RED HOOK. Aa excellent stand for business, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wliarl, storehouse and barn. COTTON sod WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, upon which SO mill may be reeled, witn a tumcienry oi water loreacn. Apply nt No. 2 Greenwich - street j m 13 tf T BROWN, stone seal engraver and jewel - . lar, No. 168 Broadway. Coats of arms, cresU. cyphers, ic engraved oa (tone. A handsome issortment of fine gold seals, chains, aod other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved wila coats of arms, motto, and fancy devices. Diamond, amethyst, crystals, &c. bought in tbe rough or cut tu any form. Hook of heraldry kept witn upwards ol 60.000 name. Jaa 7 3a PUBLIC SALE. ON Tuesday, the 27th of January, at twelve o'clock, will be told hy Hones tc Town, that valuable and pleasantly situated Property ia Broad - sfeet. belonging to t he estate oi the late Mr. John Post - The Col is 47 feet 8 inches front and rear, on the north 128 Ice 1 6 inches, and on the south tide 133 feet in depth. The House stand about the centre of the Lot, leaving a Jood gangway on the north tide, and fine garden ront nnd rear. The tituation is deemed delight ful. Person desirous of purchasing, are request ed to view the premises. Title indisputable. - fossession will be given on tne 1st day of .nay next, turther conditions on tbe dy of tale. Deborah Post, ) Deborah Douglass, Eiecutrixet. Catharine Hitter. ) John I. rnst, t. i E,cc Peter R. Post, utort. Jan 7 (27 FOR SALE, at al raorxRTx irt Tax citx ox kew - iork. OA BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. 11 Bowerv STABLE in the rear togeth er with tbe LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and 125 feet on each tide. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Vesey - ttreet ; and House and Lot No 39 Vesey - ttreet. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollar. do and do for 750 do do and do for 450 do On valuable property in tho city of New - York. The interest has always been punctually paid. r or particular wqwe at tne omce nt STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, dee 10 tf No. 27 Wall - treeL YALUAbLt: KKAI. t'KUt'LKI'I FUHbALE r - 4 ON TU KSD A Y, tb 27lh January inst. Iij hy Bleecker & Bihl.y, at public auction, in th Twitine Coffee Honse. nt 12 o'clock, O.XE LOT OF GROUND, with the BUILUINGS erected thereon, situate N". 32 Pir, - atrret. in the orcupauuo of Kobert Stuart The lot is 22 feet 3 i:ic!wt in front, 21 feet 10 t 2 indies in the rear, and average, length 75 feet & inches. Aa indisputable title will he given to the purchaser, and possession on On firtt of May next. Information at to the property, title, and term of sale, may be had by applying to COR - tl I.I.IU Dl A., r. n I , HO WUBP.OITl. JAMES BOGERT. 1 Surviving Exec - and t utort of Jaco - JAMES VAN ANTWERP) LuiBojerL Jaa SO ft For a term of years, the botte aod bri N .9 Broadway, at present occuined by the Mis fcinsey', as a hoarding bouse. For particular enquire of - . - - ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, Clermont. jan 3 tr 1 at CO UJVTH t H ILA T FOH S.I i - K. (13 AT Jamaica, on Long Island. Queen County, late the residence of John Troup, Esq th e eased. On the premise arc a good two story frame house, barn, and other out - build inn: 28 acre of land in a troodetate for cul tivation i 28 acre of wood land, of a fine thrif ty growth for fencing and timber i and a lot oil 7 acre salt meadow, un tnis property are two annie orchards, and a variety of other fruit trees. Jamaica being one of the most flourish ing village on the Island, renders thi proper ty desirable lor a gentleman retiring from ou suicss. For :articuiart apply to M. DITMIS, 148 IVarl - st, i or to JOHN Si ROUT. TROUP, jan 9 tf on the premise. FOii S.iLK .i f AUVTIUS, At the T. C. H. on the 1st day of March late Dr. Isaac Ledynrd, kituated one mile south ofthe village of Newtown, Loni hlaod. The Williamthureh turnpike tuns through the Farm, on one sideol which isanewcxt ellentshme wall, balf a mile in length The farm contain! about .150 acres. 15 cf which is a fine Wood Lot, with two apple orchards, one okl, the other just otgin - r.ing to near wen, and a su:tanie proponioo ui good tajt meadow. The Mansion H iseislatge and convenient, four rooms ou each Door, with a cord kitchen and cellars ; attached is a large Earn, crib, ben Louse, smoke house, well, aud a new cistern, ie.. The court yard and garden contain a tariety of fruit trees and shrubbery, a large aspari gus id, raspberries and currant Also A f ARM adioining the above, contain ing about sixty acres ; attached to which is ane - qua! proportion of Salt Meadow, and n lot of young wood, situated wit:nn less man a roue oi the Innii, containing ten acre, with a faim house, barn, well, Rat den, iic. L.ikewle A Lot or Land, Ivtns at spriniitia, south "I the villnge of Jamaica, containing between four and five acres, ou which are about a dozen large chetnut trees, suitable forieuring. ITie above land wi I be all regularly surveyeo, and maps of the same exhibited some time previous to, and at the sile, and disposed of tiy.thf acre, with the buiMingt thereon, inclusively. rosM'sion given on ihe nrst o April. For further particular, apply at 49 Dey - ttreet. jan 3 td BtMKD M iA - ij.G. 'HO or three Gentlemen can be accommodated in a French family, with Board and Ludging, where thiy can take lessions in the r reuct) language it they chose. Apply at tl.it nice. jan 13 zw CO - PAKTNKKSHIP. ff7 The tubtcriliers have formed a connec lion, for the purpose of transuding business on cuminiiiiun in this city, under the firm ol'JNO. K bLU. W.L.XXi;rl. JOHN LYNCH, GEO, W. LYNCH. New - York. Oth Jan 1818. RKFKRKHCK9. J!!!!"'.'"!? - 1 New - York. lion. Jn. IJojn, Messrs. Thus C. Amory tc Co. Messrs. Munson & Barnard, jan 9 Sawlm Boston. Ofi iLt, The House, StnMe and Lot. No. 19 Stair - street, oa acconimodalins terms. If not sold by middle of February next, the premises will be rented For terms, apply fit - 39 Burling - slip. ALSO FOR SALE, An tlrtant Let, fronting Bowling Greene, and House and Lot 45 KranUlin rtrret Title to the foregoing indisputable. Enquire a above, tan 13 SawtFhl4 roUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE. The Farm known by the name of Cat tie Howard Farm, handsomely t'.tuated 1 1 - 2 miles from Princeton, bounded in front by the main tnmpike road from Philadelphia to New - York, and in the rear by Millstone Creek, it contains 145 acres, SO acre of which is wood land, 20 acres lvng 2 miles from the farm, and a beautiful lot of 10 acres within ubuut 300 yards of the r ght wing of the house. Besides ornamental trees it contain a variety of fruit tr. - en, convis: ing of grafted pears, of the best quality, IT different kinds'; clie - ries, 10 different kind, the. most of them grafted and an orchard of tlie bent applen, besides a young and thriving orchard of cral) npple?, for making the cider so celebrated, also, one of tweet apple for fatting liogn The house is pleasant :.nd commodious with an excellent ga. den; tlie ouuliouscs and fences aii in good condi.ion. The above i a delightful auinmer or winter residence. For further particular enquire at No. i'27 I'earl - tt, New - York, or to, the tubscriber, on the premises, who will give an indisputable title for the tame. x. ihuui uku. jan 5 tawtf jTTH FOR SALE,. tftiH I he eleennt 2 - storr brick HOUSE and lca - e, second door from Broom - street, in Broadway, occupied by Mr. George Lacey, at Ihe moderate ground rent of $75 per annum ; about 15 yean unexpired s the building to be valued at the end of tho term, or the lease renewed for CI years longer: it rents for $400 per annum ; the walk and street hat recently been paved. r or terms, apply to u. J. I U.MS, jan 14 tf 91 Coffee - house - slip.. for iaU. J.cate. or La. That pleasantly situated place, on the road leading to Kins't - bndge, by way ol Ilarlxm lane, known as Rote - Hill. Tb avenue to Macomb's bridge runs a few rods in the rear of it, rendering the premise very desirable, a the house, in consequence, shews two fronts. The garden, and about two acres of meadow, are well nocked witn irun ana snruooery, asparagus beds, currants, tc. The hoae and coach - house are in good condition, and with small expense can be made a very genteel country retreat. The term wdl be made easy. ALSO, That very genteel two - ttorr hoase, stable and two lots of ground, situated in Bank - st., Green wich ; at present occupied by George Lindsay, uq. Appiy at 55 rt road way ; or, to CM AKLr.s UAK.I.KY, jan 15 Ira s ' 141 Front - street. To be told or exchanged for property in aew - iork. The subscriber being in a very low state of health, and having very little hopes of recovery, oilers for tale bit farm at Barbndoei neck, coun ty of Bergen, containing about one hundred and thirty five acres of arable, meadow and woodland. This farm lies on the main road between New - York ind Newark, about half a mile tbit side of Newark Bridge. It is in a very hijhktate of cultivation, and is not surpassed hy any other in the, vitioiiy oraew - iork, a a valuable and agreeable reudence, either for tlie larmtr or pn vale gentleman. The dwelling house, though small, is neat and well finishe - d. and the fence. gates, barns, stable, and other nut - houses are in excellent order and well planned. In front of the hoase, bordering oh the public road, is a handsome nnd well stocked garden, and on the premise i a young and thriving oirhnrd, containing a choice selection ofthe he - t grafted fruit tree. A more particular dfScrtrtKvn of the pro perty is thought unnecessary, a thse disposed to purchase will view the premises. The title it indisputable. For partii ahrs, apply to the subscriber, No. 1S8 Pearl - street, or to Mr. Andrew Smith, near the premuet. not 14 If ROBERT STUA RT. m STORAGE. VIS Storage may be had oa th first floor of the store No 29 'viutb - ttreet, whch will save the expetue of noistuag. dec 24 FOSf COACH LINE o FRiLADFJ jillA - 4 , , MX MAX f . fVWIJU - BOua , , ; ; ' IMPOHTABT TO ASSMOKIU. No coaertine with the pott chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Post Concbe with every con - . yenience for passenger and baggage, on Springs - ! H ROUGH IN ONE DAY. The Post Coach will start from the Coach office, old No. I Courtland - street, N. York, every morning, Sunday excepted, at 1 - 2 pail 6 o'clock, hy way of Newark, New - Brunt wick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same 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 tide of the Baturj. lodge at Kingston, and at - ive in Philadelphia next day to dine Fare through $9 United Statet Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience for passenger and baggage, on springs. The U. S. roixl coach will start Iruui the coach office, old No. 1 CourtUndt - strcet, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, P. M. nnd arrive at Philadelphia next m mice nt 6 o'clock. Only ti passenger admitted. Fare 10 Hollar. ror seats in tl.c ahuveiiiimfit Liirtes, nppry to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old estbi - liched Crach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. I t.ourtthnill - t'ieet, the second orbce from Broadwur, r.ew - York;to ISAAC BKWVvr., No. I Wa.rtington - stret; or to A. T. GOODRICH & CO. iV - 124 Broadway, corner ol C dar street, New - York. (CTAil guods and prfg"e at the risk ofthe owner jusr.rti t,iu, ewa ar tu. N. B Cxpreseet senf to ny pnrtof the f.on - i;ent,bv TtlOMA Ao WHITFIELD. Jn U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, "111! nuujlKtLS. ft7 - The public are assured that this line is equal to any in the (J. S. for the convenience and cmfort of the traveller. With the addition of the guard, Ibe passenger may rest secure at to hit baggage and persom.1 lately the coach ne ver being lelt whilst changing at Ihe pott oflicet, without a pr rton on the box. The way mail ts put in separate bags and changed lo the Eirro - can style. Ihe U S. Mail Coach will start from the coach i ffic.e, old No. 1 Courtland - it,cet, New - York every day at 2 o'cloc k P. M. and arrive at rruiadeipbia next morning at 6 o'clock ; only 6 pattcngert admitted in Ihn conch. For seat apply to TH03. WHITFIkLD, at (he old Coach and Stage Office, old No t. second "(Ike from Broadway in Courtlr - ndt - street, or to A. T. GOODRICH ti Co. No. 124 Broadway, comer ol Cedar - stieet, New - York. N. B. A II goods and baggage at tlie risk of me owners. , J. LYO.V & SONS, Powlet Hook. WILLIAM GULICK & CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses tent to any part ofthe Continent by jauSO THOS WHITFIELD. POST CHAISE LI .Nr.. FOR PHILADELPHIA. The rOVr CHAISE, with every convenience for Passenger and th - ir buggage (ihrongh in one day) will leave tne City Ho'el every day (Sundays excepted) at 7 o'clock iu the urnming. by way of evark, and arrive the lame day at Philadelphia The MAIL COACH PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Conch, with superior accommodations for Passenger and their baggage, ill leave Ihe City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at half natt I o'clock P. M. will proceed before the Mail, and not subject to the inconvenience oi stopping at the numerous Post Offices on the road, Dut every accommodation provided lor the traveller, and arrive tome bourt before the Mail at Philadelphia. All letter ana paper carried free of expense by tlie Conches - For seats in the above lines apply at the Pott Chaise and Albany Mnil and Diligence Office, No. 118 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel. Ifr All goods and baggage at the risque of ine owner. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK ti SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON Si HOWELL, Philadelphia JV. B. Exprtuu tent to any part of the L'nion, Jan 6 tf The Store No. 134 Front - street, an ex cellent stand for a Grocer. For further particu lar! inquire of RIPLEY & WELD, novll 192 rront street. ifTH TO LET, (jt - aS And immediate possession given, the huM No. 9 Pearl - street, together with the sla hie and l - oach House in the rear on bndge - st. I be premise are in complete repair and have every convenience necessary for tb ncrntnmo ' dation of a family. For particulars apply to octlH Ij. BKA lISH. VALUABLE REAL PHOFfHTY. The following property, part of the real estate of James R. Smith, Esq. deceased, will be told at auction, on r riday, tne Julri day or Jan. intt. at the Tontine Coffee House, at 12 o'clock, hy Messrs. D. Dunham li Co. viz. The elegant large three ttory brick HOUSE and LOT No. 53 Broadway, with a brick ttabi and coach house in the rear, fronting on Lumber street. The lot it 25 feet 3 inchel front and rear, and 193 feet deepoo bolli tide Tbe bouse it built in tlie most fashionable and substantial manner, and the whole property improved to the best advantage. It it rented at present for 1800 dollars per annum and all tlie taxes. The pic raises can be viewed Hill the day of tale, between tbe hour of 12 and 2 o'clock. The throe story brick House and Lot No. 211 Pearl - street, with a wooden home on the rear, fronting on Gold - ctrtet, No. 10 ; tbe lot f 1 feel 10 1 - 2 iwhet front and reai, aud 234 feet 2 inches on one side, end 230 feet 2 inches on the other. The building on Pearl - street was erected by the deceased in the best and most substantial manner; is very extensive, and enmmodiously arranged The situation is well known at a very desirable one for the wholesale drrgoodor hardware buti nest. The dwelling part of the house can te viewed between the hour of 1 1 and 12 o'clock. Tbe fmr story tire proof brick Store and I M i0 Za south - street, occupied hy Messrs. Ira IJny fcCo. with the right of the wlr.irf in Iront of it. Dimensions unknown, will be declared at the aaK The two vacant Lots of Land, on the easterly lide of Washinrton - vtreet, between Carlisle and Rector - streets, being lot No. 19 aad 20, of certain lots formerly belnngimr to Carlilc Pollock. being each 20 feet front nnd rear : No. 1 9, 93 feet deep on Dotn snics and nr m yj teei o inches on the southerly tide, aud 94 feet on the north crlv tide. Tlie title to the whole of this property is indisputable. )t is sold under full powers given to the i - xernlnri bythe will. Ten per cent, cfthe purchase money to he paid dawn, 23 1 - 3 purct. on delivery of the deeds, and the remaining 2 - Llds Can remain on mortgage, for one year tor the premise on Pearl - stret - l. and fur loncer. if reuui - red, on the other proper t v, a will b declared at the tale. For any further particular (hat may be necessary, apply to JOHi THOMPSON, or) PtlMta, JAMES BOORMAN, "e10 JanWet Do hhr triiAw kAl - . " ' J AtuJCrt tween thing that differ. I DOCTO HOflNE, forme.rfyl ofthe city of London, and .owmber f the faculty of S.ytis and turgary there, deem it his da! ; tr to ivpaat strmeooaerratioa or rath, uditcriminate, and unquaK - fdVPwdut - fflVaw anf infiHitaa ii. : r HaiHa. mrat k ... II. I: . . " WI nca TewwtbiMmwo iMl rUlltai trht' A. fKa. AM ,7C " Ut way from all the proarcia and trjoymenU $ bytlconsqueme.ofone imgwded mom. and by a disease not in it own nature UulTt which only proves so from neglect or ir7ro' treaiment.' A nil. VTP.rop( tJeiit) now perfect'y hearty and we,, tt l under physician of fewij piUc Te7 and repeatedly aalivat. d j when recornmeo5dti Dr. H. (by a gentleman of this city) hi, hoV weiT canous, and bis lietii dropping from bit friendt declared he could w&wJSjS 8 two moatlrt longer. Thousand expennwm.il! know with what ease and . taiirfy Dr. H catet the severest case, and confirm tbeV5!" mtion. The Doctor, nlaa (advertising) cetxary to guard tiie imblic against the VnoL .1 mercury, nd other fatal delusions, held forth Persons, therefore, having contracled a 7 vate disorder, or upecting latent poioo admnnishjd not tn tinni r,'k .. - T'..1 lion, or conceal th d.oider, till past mT. ' i - - - - ' 'uujii. vi am o.a or other impuntie of (he blood, uuiii ,,,,? er complaint of a delicate nature, fa eiih - . Z ' . "u U0 jastica to their consciencts, by making armii - to Dr. II. nt bis old ind rcspecttfc Kshmeut, No. 64 Water - treet, .four houeTwu ol Old - tlip, to obtain that prompt astittanr.V: lone calculated V veveut dts - jlosure. AadLz, let me claim y.u; leripu. 6!tntion Reiwmbr suierticial cu.t it no cure at all ; unless lheh!l sines i radicaliydone, .jou will certainly haw the disorder i.reak out again with redouhled JL i;mty. at cme future i - iod i ,)erhap. then will l e too lute for remedy. Don't you often meet J the street miserable, mutilated beinss. withms evtu a hit of note on their face i Take warning I beseech v;a. Ur. H's. character for kill aad stubborn inlt. en ly being universally known in this city, nct ld04, guarantee tovmUenti tiiat dflkacandi - crecy htlherto unknown, and having comined hit practice foryean. past, exclusively to tlie cure of ili.taset ofthe blood tyitm. tliey may t aft !y call Mltl"r II m0,t ,det' adaiitHgei in co. Glerts eradicaled in tw or three weeks Strictures removed witiiou' bougie or any oth. er instrument ; aud all debilities; likcwue all old ulcerations, nstnla'i ti . A Plurality of othce are prorided, and to titt. ated that patienU are not expoted toeacholhei observaUon. Open UII half past 9 in the evenine All persons concerned are invited to fee free Tia lulling, and speaking with Dr.H. wlucfi ia ire. of cost. And here the Doctor cannot nvoid th! nt re'mon of rrntifiuh. f,,m lnn., 1 1 - " meudations, ami for the - decided preference f itb t , . . ;. J " '""s 8tu nun Dvt judicious public i' - ah iciirrt man oe post paid. Dr. Buchanan. V Aug27 li NEITHER QUJCKLlfY A'OJi LVTUtl. Tf i V . " El11 - KVANS' superior . iroethodofcuriiigacei. tain Diaeiite fnn.. - aliyacUnon icrlircd in this city i ius tnoiie of treataeat perfectiy mild, aie, tI. t u'uuat. ana rut chargti "wiiuw, iu every instance he Wftrru.l. - ..... and will return tho pay iTU doe not Mrfem ..... ' Ll tocontract. ueiin. u!.i!crecy alway obaeryecY cinity, laboriuf umler ? arioog chronic 4ihc Jt.,ns, Jv?,'Jfi?h,1M!Jd,,e? th ereUrt, r adder and kidmet. Old comn itatH w.lJI of a certain nature, bilious and other obstrac. iions, mcuionium, n. m men iney consider iuc P I' I A lL. . H Mri.lAl ... 1 . ' v, recMiip, naving practised ia exWitir KiMnitnla ft kflMn. 1 - 3 r .. i h ... - J ... j - i MiHirr acme oi in firtt Surgeoni and Physicians u the world, aiu! Mi.il. Iknia nritinLt. itnn.. I.: . . uw constant study forSOveart. - . ,. WHEATON i DA - Is, Fancy Chair .Manufacturers, No. 133 Fulton - street, opjiosite St. Pauls Church, offer for tale, wholesale tod retail, a large and elfgant s - lortment of Curld Maple, plain painted aud ornamented in gold Ic hronze, Bnniboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Converts - ti. .n c r 1 - . i Loungee. Music Stools, Itc. Order from any part of tlie continent executed with neatness and dispatch. U,d Chair repaired, painted and ornanwated. oct 13 - .'' A GIIKA T NATURAL CURIOSITT. THE public are informed that thi mom - in; was landed the Ions expected FEMALE KL - EPHANT, and it tab seen at No. 296 Broad way, near Wasliioirtoa Hall. Tbe lire of thi animal it about 7 feet high, and about 16 feet king from the end of the probotr.it to the cud of (he tail. She it to hese - n from 9 o'clock A. M. to 9 in tho evening. Price of admittance 2 j centt. ' oov27tf? FOR SALE, The House and Lot No. 101 Liberty sr. Depth 34 feet, breadth 25. Depth ol tbe lot Wi ft. Those who may wish to purchase proper ty of thi discription, can at any time view th premises, ana term oi aie may do iiiku v by application to " 1UI t C TJ IVll.Af dec 31 66 SMilh - tnwLJ KUbSIA tllL. m - v CMITtl VMVtrS y2&fi IN. t CO. Chymical JJ rerfumeri, and Taary 1 tVap Maker. 5" - I uroaaway, nrw - .v - j fff. r to the ladie centlemca of thi fi'T their Russia Oil, whn is ane of the most igreea - ble and oseful oil for promoting the growth of (M hair. Lad ie will BW" th h.f for dresing 11 or false hair. Gentlemen whose hair has beta injured by bad powder, would do well by t" this oil, as it correct the injury it ba smtoiaea. It may be had in botllct, with printed dirwuoM, at w'loiet - le or retail, at their manufactory. Ai - . a general assortment of perfumery, faiJ tk les 'and soap, dressing casct, work boxes, thread cases, purses, mors, scissors, rn - xni silver pencil cases, t wcexer, tobacco pipr" """U pick care, amber and par smelling bottles, o - dour of roc in bottle, cologne, lavender, nooey. orange flower and rose water, tic. tic. jan 12 MEMOIRS of (he life and writing of Revd. Claudius Buchannan, D - D. vice nrorott ofthe college of Fort Wi'l,al!jr BengaT, by tlie Revd. H. Pearson, M. A. off - John' College, Oxford ; just received and I for ! by COLLINS AA.Il Jan 17 No. 230 I'tarl - tlreet - NEW - YORK: ' PRINTED AND PUBLISHED MICHAEL BUIiJfHA.V It CO. No. 42 FixK - rruicx - r wur is f4IUtfViaCi " TVIiAt A Tsfw that a young man, the hope ,4 hi. coaaM the darhnt of hi. n.Mn. aia k. Zs.rf .w fV - e4V 1 ufc, iikj ........ it - liiiol. i m general 1 by applying at Dr. EVA - SS'S Medical Store. No, V1 :

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