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' . ' TV.Tr h:.V;. , januA TUESDAY RY 27, 18 J 8. NUMBER '4875 NO. 42 PINE - STREET, - t - rr - ktv - 't - - rrxi tvtt t - ttt. V :TTt rrrrrr, i t. I I . l I ' l J LJ 'XI A' - UmmJU ' W - L - i . U V U U U ''' 1 - - fctl i T, - . i - . . .; ...... . .. ... V . .' - FOK SAhK AT TIIK Mlf - YARD Of . T1K SUBSCRIBER J ' A SLOOP, now building of the bl fl materials, about 100 tow; timbers of lire TJioak, locut aud cedar ; bottom plan jewywltt oak, built oo purpose for the Albany trade. f ,n . c.icniatedfcr 5any trade where dispatch, burthen, nd easy arauoi "wi d ;,. . crunntiPR nf 40 tall. 5v will w bat little water, with lee - ,i,u.h thaeentane after Keck I U expected tojnJ w J .,,(,nl vffcr a Uverpooi or Loodo. trad - , (that M be fmUtoed to w the I - "" OVI, and plant ' Ako, timber - ' " A UA. BMir IN eW w " . r, for ST. THOMAS, Lf$i The fast sailing scbr GREYHOUND, r llloadk - y, roaster. Having the greater StTfW freight engaged, for the nwund or passage, apply ou board, east suie of C. H. flip, " F. W. KARTUAUS, REKflCKEfc CO. ian 13 74 Washigta - st For DUBLIN The substantial fast sailing ship 'vpptitne. B Field, master i will COlllMlCllbC mmiiii uiiiww.;i - t - - y the wnole of her cargo ready to go on board, will be dispatched without delay. For freight of about 250 casks flaxseed, cotton, or cabin and steerage passage, having excellent accommodations, apply to THOS. 8. WALSH, dec 13 118 Front - street COFFEE. rpWO Hundred and Seventy bag St Domin - J eo Coffee, received per schr. Spartan, for vie by LB ROT, BAYARD k CO. Jap6 CALCUTTA GOODS. ON E hand red bales conaiitinK of Baftas, Loclipore, Coittabolly, Callipatty aod Putka. . .... Couahs, Cbaudpore, Comocolly, Johanna and Lnckipore. Sanoahs Jellalpow and Mow. Checks Gillabs, RomaU, &c ror sale by CfiS. L.OGDEN and AURM OGDtN, jaa 9 ' Wathinrton - street. C O TTOrt !) bales first quality Upland Cot - too, landiafc, and for sale by ' oaui. AL.L.r.1. v rioe - sireei. IH STORE, 33 bales Sea - Island Cotton. Apply as atom Jan 9 2d rip STRAITS BRANDY. ipes Cette Brandy, entitled, to debeo - tare, for aaU by CHAS.L. OO DEN, and . ABRM. OGDEN, Jan 17 '. Wahin5too - itret. 9"7Q COk lEE, SUGAR and INplGO., M tO bhls. and SO bag s loe green Coflee ' 33 hhds, 1 tierce and 4 boia Muscorado - 'Sugar 4 1 cerontts Caraccas todigo ' Laadins rom the scfar. GreyUouud, froos SL Thomas, for sale by F. W. KARTUAUS, REINICKE Ac CO, jbi3 74 Washinjcton street. OLU TOUACCO JO hhd. old Richmond 4obsccn, will be landed tomorrow from the schooner Hero, from Richmond. For rale bf , 7 ROBERT GILLESPIE, jai 15 . 113 Front - street 'P8. 20 bajcs of first quality, for sale by ANDERSON k SHEARER, jug 21 6t ' at 131 Water - street. C1UT NAILS c WOOL. 50 casks Cat Nails, J froia 3d to 20d 3 bales Wool, for sale by AUAHS at CLACK WELL, 175 Frail - street JsaSI Iw MU SIC. ALLtbeSongs, Duetts, assongbyMr. Phi - lipp at the New - York Theatre, for sale at Vim. l)UBOIij Piano Forte and Mask Store, So. Itt Bsoadway. Bohnld in his sort eipretsive face Tho' love is warm awhile Tis bat fancy's sketch Is there a heart that never loy'd - In vain ota v that bosom lost quite deplore My early day what joys was thine Lore's young dreaaa This blooming rose at early dawn Robia Adair Beautiful Maid Iet fame sound the trumpet Had I a heart Eveleea's Bower Dear maid I love thee Ah sure a naia was never seen Said a smile to a tear Sigh not for love My heart with lore is heating The celebrated serenade of u Lille, come dowa Bird Duett rta m Flora's wreath. With a larje assortment of new music aVct4 X CUT MILL SAWS, ate. A SMALL invoice of X cat Mill aad Pit Saws. U. 8. aadC. S. for sale by ANDERSON ft SHEARER. 131 Water - street fland, ripping aad dove tail Saws, brass end a r rasa eV W m Cast Sted Chissels and Gouges Mortice Chissels and Drawing Knives Patent CaroHna ft Virginia floes, No. 1 1 3 Wreeght : nails, 4d, Cd, 8d, lOd, It, ft SOd rV J" copper wire, of all sixes Rolled and Sheet Brass, Brass Fans Loodoe Pins, Nos. 3 l - t, 4, 4 1 - 2, 5 nawware aad Japanned Ware, assorted to me coaatry trade - pavers' Copper, in plates of nil sizes. tan 12 lading at tr t of Liberty.street consutueof . iuuta sugar Cotton Ginger t Block Tin Gam Shellack Gam Copal 1 Goat Skmsofahrre sisc Ail!" Bd &r.j Base crrp?an:a,e, mo,um Alio, a .raall oaantity of Rattans, and Pdor of Rosea. For sale tr J!LL ROBERT LENOX. I" IfT l.T.,.. wDAAl40Uece prime aew 11 '"cky Tobacco, Jt 1 hdi old and &3 ttn mm Jin. ow Iwd.og froo, differrat vevsem, tor sak) by tan 19 Fl tno sn n. . J r - is oMtiuiCfitu. - I ub CCO. - 20 hoda.tobocc. wUl bel.nd - iZ, ea tomorrow from the schooner ElUa, won P - . i . .. .vtiuurg r.r ie by . . ROBERT GILLESPIE, ' - 111 rnnUI C rA,riVew croP Prtnie, saiUhh tm'f L'"' W'U & sold U parcels ti for ac w"tnp stairs. ' r , 14C ft J h Ct"? rt',0orw fvachews, forsMs . X10 Broad wa j. FLOUR," COTTON, &c. 250 bbls Philadelphia flour r 21 bales upland cotton, new crop 8 do New - Orleans do do 5 tons lignumvitss ' 15 tubs German steel 2 pipes red port wine It hhds de do do S hhdfl white do do 3 qr.eaaksdodo do I biid Madeira wine 11 qr. casks do - do 37 boaee aopertor claret (1 doz. each) ' An invoice of lace veils, cotton lace, &e. . ; An invoice of Dutch toys for sale by . . . ROBERT GILLESPIE, jan 7 113 Front street m USkETS, TAPES, ftc &UU0 MuskeU entitled to Debeatw . 13 boxes well assorted Tapes. No 11 toSS t cerooar ist onawy f totanl Cadijo 4 boxes Flaxen Lsnaest . X bbls. White Lead, for sale by ' - J. C. ZIMMERMAS, ' Jaatlsa No. 7t Waehiagtosvaieset WINE, OIL, PAPER, tc 130 qr. casks and. t00 half do dry Malaga Wine . 5 qr cisa: asd to half do sneet do very eld 158 itoCotmeeardo 300 half chests Sweet Oil, 30 bettiee each 100 boxes do de It bottles each 60 bales Italian foolscap and letter Paper 50 do Gaaette do large site 9 cases Fe4 Hats 15 cases Liqu once Paste 1 box Ostrich Feathers, 1 do Chip Hats 3 do Manna in flakes Marble Slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sixes, for pier tables, tic. A few boxes very superior Anchovies aad Olives 500 Marble Mortars, from 10 to 24 inch 10 hbls Furs, consistingof Wild Cat Raccoon, Fox, Muskiat and Otter Skins Gunny Bars, tic. For sale by CHAS. - L. OGDEN,'and ABR. OGDLN, jan 12 Washington - street A CONSTANT supply of ground plaster of Paris, in barrels, suitable for the southern market Orders left with Walter Neisen, No. 174 Front - street corner of Bnrlinz - slip. will be promptly attended to. J Oil ft BILKS, . Foot of Harrison - street, North - River. Jan 19 tf - STRAITS BRANDY. TWENTY five pipes Cette Brandy, for sale by CH Ad. L. OGDEN, and ABR. OGDEN, Jan 9 W ashington - street JJWIA POLVT (SW. A CONSTANT supply, old and superior quality, for sale by BARBtRIN, STANTON ft CO. Jan 81 lw , , 17 FultfQ - slip LOAF ft LUMP tiUGAR, be 1 O Hbds and 40 bbls.ltt and 2d quality loaf lA sugar . - - 15 hhds and 60 bbls 1st ft 3d anal, tamp sugar SO bbls sugar house sugar - 100 larrs pieces refined sugar, and a taw hhds sugarhouse molasses, for talayfcy ' Jantl 75 Wall - st DAMAiK CLOTHE, NAPKLNS, LINENS, sVc LA C. SUYDAM, No. 6) Uaidea - Iafle, ofter . far sale m general assortment of Real damask table cloths, soma eery large. with elegant large and small napkina to match Abo Diaper aad damask table linens, irons 5 to 10 - 4 wide. Irish linens, long - lawns, sheetings. Sic. Also for sale be the oacka. It eases 4 - 4 Irish linens, low and fine as - ' sortaaasts . , - 2 do 3 4 long lawns 2 do Drogheda sheetings 1 do 7 - 8 black linens 1 do 5 - 4 strong Irish sheetings Jan 19 tf StfOKb ft BOOTS. JU8T received 40 packages among which are 3 cases Wellington Boots 2 t do do Ladies do Mockasons ' 4 4 4 2 1000 do do do do do Cork Sole Shoes Ladies walking do - Men's coarse Boys do Kid suitable for the southern or West India market 2500 do women's Leather llMru,cuRlwiuill genital UIUI lUJrnn ui Liadie, Misses and liniidren's morocco, oiaca aad colored Roane, are offered for sale on reasonable terms by THOS. WITT, no. 7Z rean - sireet. Likewise 10 boxes first quality Cod Fish. Jan 15 lm PLAYING CARDS. AH. INSKEEP, No 3 Courtlaod - street has . iust received a fVesh sunolv of very snoe - lior EAGLE CARDS, plain and figured backs, and for sale by groce, dusea or single pack, at the manniaciurers prices. jan z m liy eumenry a (Ac SUUes of eip - Jcrten end mur Mir mpn r. nojrr.n nnin I (IT X TERY, for lacilitating the intercourse between the western parts of. the State of New - York aod the City of New - York, through the "we v, i cuoiTivania mum iiew4racw. SCHEME. 1 prise of 70,000 DOLLARS 1 35.000 DOLLARS 2 10.000 DOLLARS 2 5,000 DOLLARS 10 1,000 DOLLARS 30 600 DO . LA RS 140 100 DOLLARS 3200 30 DOLLARS 33SS Prises not two Blanks to a Prize 10.000 Tickets Part of the Prises win be determined as follows : First 1000 Blanks. Thirty Dollars each. First drawn No. 1st day, will be entitled to do td do 600 do 3d do 1000 do 4th do , . 500 do 5th do 5000 do 6th do 500 do 7th do 10000 do 8th do 500 do 9th , do 1000 do 10th do 510 do llth do 35000 do 1h do 500 do 13th do 1000 do 14th do 500 do 15th do 70000 do 16th do 500 do' 17th do 1000 do 18th do 500 do ' 19th do 1000 do SOth do 500 This Lottery will commence drawing at the city of Jersey, on the first Tuesday in Mai st aad will he compl - ted in twenty drawieg The prises will he paid at the Union Bank, Li the city of New - York, sixty days after the drawing will be finished, sabject to a deduction of li per cent. CHAS. KINSEY,) D STUART, Commissioners JXO. LINN. ' Tickets 30 dollan each. Adventarers and Dealers can he nprJied on application to ISAAC G. OG DEN, JaatOeodtf' , - - 48 Wall - street COALS AfLOAT - lOO chaldrons Liverpool new Pit Coal of a verv snnerior auality is now landing from on board the ship Hercules, lying at the east side of Pike - slip. Orders for these Coal will be punctually attended to. by applying either oa board er at the Coal yard of the subscriber, No. t74 Front - street, who has constantly oa hand a huge supply of Coal, of every description, aad for sale by jan ZJ OC AliF.A. I HASE.K.. No t ier. , . ftr - The creditors of Clayton It Fanshaw are requested te present their accounts to the subscriber, regalarli proved, oaor before the 10fh Feb, aexL All acceeats that lire not preseeted by that time will he excluded ttie heecflt ef a divi dend. ALEXR. BREMNER, Assignee; JastleodtKIO 131 Froat - ssreet. EAGLE TAVERN, ' 9 WARREJf - STRRERT, fReeently kept by Jamas L. Bedeoburgh) ' 'VMTLL funlsh beef - steake?, oysters, tic. at T the shortest notice. HOT COFFEE, with or without reliehes, b kept constantly in readiness. Jan 7 eodlm o. CARPENTER. FOK 6'ALh. The lease which has 16 years to run of the uowe ana lots at present occupied ty we Re. Doctor Mason. The Houne contains 15 rooms with fire places aod two without besides store - room, wine - room, vaults, smoke house and other accommodations. Enqutre at No. 41 Warren - street. Jaa 17eoritFeb QUO ha. LAT, For a term of year, the house and grounds occupied by the subscriber, lying between the 1st avenue and the east river. For sale or to be let two 2 story houses and 4 lots fronting oo the third avenue, between 9h and lOth - streets ; and a house and barn aod 7 lots, fronting on the 2d avenue, between 13th and I4ln streets. Also to be let or leased, a three story brick house in Stuyvesant - street. And for sale, tour very desirable situations for building, containing 4 lots earn, fronting on the westide of the 1st avenue, between 19th and 22(l - streets. Aod for sale or to be leased, several lots front ing on the 3d avenue. n nmviTrirna a we Appiy io r. i. siuiv i Jantl Iw FOR SALE, . SRAL mOrERTY lit THR CITY OF WEW - TORK. a A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. 1 1 Bowerv STABLE in the rear togeth er with the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and 115 Jeet on each side. HOUSE aad LOT No. 37 Vesey - street ; and House aad Lot No 39 Vesey - street. A BOND aod MORTGAGE for 1?00 dollars. do and do for iM do , do and do fr 450 do On valuable property in the city of New - York. The interest has always been punctually paid. For particulars inquire at the ortice of a m lnaaaiK a - sjr.ritr.ii r. i.i.tiihi, dee 10 tf No. 27 Wall - strrtt. ton SALE, The House and Lot Nov 101 Lilvrtr st. Deiuh 34 feet breadth 25. Depth of the lot 107 feet. Those who may wish to purchase proper ty of this description, can at any time iew the premises, and terms of sale may be agreed on, by application to drcSl . 46 Soutli - strwt. O - ''JO LET, From the first of May next a front count ine room oo the second floor, t "either with tlte upper lofts. Enquire No. 167 1'eail strett jaax4 ti aeon s.iLj, The lot No. 312 Water - street, 54 feet 10 inchea front and rear, rind 75 feet deep. On said kit is two wooden buildings. ALSO, The two story fraiut house and lot of srouod in Urand - street, next to tne corner oi Orchard - streei. r or particulars, inquire ai xi Roosevelt - street. jan 24 lw at OR S.iLt., The house and lot of ground No. 18 Rose - street ; the lot is 25 feet front aud rear and IUU fset deep ; the bouse a brick front sides and rear filled in with brick, and built iu the most substantial manner. For further particulars en quire of A. STEENBACK, Jan US sw no. s iroauway. VALUABLE PROPERTY LV BROAD WAY fVR SALE. On Tnesdav the 3d Feb. at 12 o'clock. lalat the Tontine Coffee House, by D. DUN - Ha.H, that valuable property in Broadway, known as Nos. 60 and 62, directly opposite the property of R. Lenox, esq. On the premises are two very convenient brick houses in good repair, and very desirable for small families. In the rear, fronting on New - street, are two frame houses, Nos. 23 aod 25, producing an annual rent of 225. The situation of this valuable property is too well known to require a further descrip tion. The dimensions are 34 feet 7 inches in front on Broadway, 23 feet 9 inches in the rear on New - street, and 136 feet deer. Further particulars may be known at the auction store Terms at the sale. Jan 24 1 w Qk'AiMAliLE LicUSE For Sale at Auction. Oa Saturday the 31st inst. at the T. C. H. 12 o'clock, will be sold by Bleecker ft Bibby, the three - story brick house and lot of ground No. 35 Pearl - street The house contains 14 rooms besides kitchen and pantries the lot 30 feet front on Pearl street and upwards of 30 feet on Bridge - street; about 77 fret deep on one side and CI feet on the other Terms at sale The prerabes may be viewed any time previous to the sale. , Jan 26 5t Oft SALE, A VERY DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE. The subscriber offers for sale his house and a - bout 8 acres of Land io Flushing on Long Hand, 11 miles from New - York. The house is large nod very convenient for a genteel family and commands an extensive and beautiful prospect. The stabie, carriage house, wood house, poultry house, ftc. recently built. The buildings and fences are ib excellent repair, and lately p unted. The gnidea is large and well stocked with a variety of fruit, and the orchard with the best kinds of apoles pears, 4c. Near the house are two wells ot'eicelitnt water and a new cistern, all with good pumps this pUce is very conveniently situated, there being conveyances, hy good stage or packets to and from New - York every day, except Sundays. For further particulars and te rms of sale apply to JOHN ASriVWALL, Jan 26 lm No. 123 Pearl - street. VALUABLE PROPER I Y. iif ia The lot No. 139 Flvmarket. runnmir through to lletcher - street, with the buildings thereon, consisting of, on Fly - market a 3 story brick House, built and finished in the best manner, 45 feet deep , - on Fletcher - street, a substantial 3 stoi y brick fire proof store The above can command a very heavy rent Also, the lot 141 Fly - market, running through to Fletcher - street, with the buildings thereon, consisting of two frsme houses frot't and rear ; would make sneseelW - nt building lot ' At present rents for 700 and taxes will command much more. - Also, the Urmie and Lot of Ground 2T6 Water - street, an excellent stand, 12 or 13 feet front and rear, ard 70 feet deep. Also to lt,.tbe loore No. 4i liberty - street, suitable Jor a stvr - lKiuie. Ai rly to ANTHONY TmrPAN, JaaSClw 139 Fly - markf V tVR SALE, The houses and lots No,. 161 and 163 William - street if not disposed of at ocivate sals, previous to the 28th instant, they will on uaiaay oeouerea lor sale, by auction, at the Tontine Coffee House. For further particulars apply at No. 21 1 Duaos - street. . jan 7 tf VALVAULR RM.A L KS TA I t. tn PEA RL - fl STREET. e.Tkil The following real estate is offered for salt to close a concern j if it is not disposed of dv uie 4in mst. will on Tuesday, the 27tb, be M at auction, vis : The store at present ocennied hv Peters ft Harrison. No. 92 Pearl street j the Store at pre sent occupied bv Ineersoll and Codes. No. 93 Pearl - street , and tlie new four story fire proof arsCK store, occupied by uilbert Atpinwall and Sen. No. 96 Pearl - street, all of which are fitted complete and in the best manner for the dry - good piece trade. the property oners an opportunity to those who Wish to Invest their money to pay a good in terest, or to those who wish a permanent and an (excellent stand for business. ' vA large proportion of the purchase money may remain onmorteaee. For further particulars apply to SHARP ft rweww meat r . a 1U11L.C, ?o. a, or to junnsuix it hau STED, No. 100 Pearl - street. Jsn30 7t '0 HALE. T fief The two Mory frame House and Lot of ground No. 7 J Broome street, - the corner of Llittbeth - etreet, witli a stable in the. rear. ALSO, a modern three story brick House and Lot handsomely situated within the vil lage ot jvewburgh; the house is large ana commodious and well calculated from its retired, healthy and elevated situation (having fine view of the river and the adjacent country) tor a family who wish so desirable a situation on the North River. Price Idw and possession given the first of May next. ALSO tor Sale or to Lease, 5 avenue lots. situated on the First Avenue, between 'North and r irst - atreets. ALSO to Lease for a number of years, 15 building lots fronting on the First Avenue and First - street. For further particulars, apply to CORNS. DU HOIS, jan 20 lm 36 Front - street. tVU SALt AT AUCTION, At the T. C. ii. on the 1st day of March next, the FARM belonging to the estate of the Inte Dr. Isaac Ledyord, situated one mile south of the village of Newtown, Long Island. The Williamsburgh turnpike runs through the Farm, on one side of which is a new excellent stone wall, half a mile in length. The farm contains about 150 acres, 15 of which is a fine Wood Lot with two apple orchards, one old, the oilier just beginning to bear well, nnd a suitable proportion ol good salt meadow. The Mansion House is mrgs and convenient, four rooms ou each floor, with a gocd kitchen and cellars ; attached is a irre tiara, crib, hen house, smoke house, well, and a new cistcro, ic. The court yard and garden con' tain a variety of fruit trees and shrubbery, a large asparagus bed, raspberries and currants Alio A FARM adjoining the above. contain ing about sixiv acres t attached to which is ane - qual proportion of Salt Meadow, and a lot of young wood, situated within lets Uiun a roue oi the farm, containing ten acres, witli a laim - house, barn, welt, garden, ftc. Likewise A Lot or Land. Ivtng at SDrmDeidi south oi the village of Jamaica, containing be tween four and five acres, on which are about a dosea large vhesnut trees, suitable forfencins. The above lands wi'l be all regularly surveyed, and snaps of the same exhibited some time previous to, and at the sle, and disposed of by the .:k th. u . . : i i . .i : r.. - : i.. Pdsesidil given oil llie'Crif oi April." ' " For further particulars, apply at 49 Dcy - street, jan 8 ids sTfl EOH m.tLE. ihiM The House, and Lot No. 19 State - street on accommodating terms. If not sold hy middle of February next the premises win De rented, r or terms, apply at 39 Burling - slip. ALSO FOR SALE. An elegant Lot, fronting Bowling Greene, and House and Lot 45 Franklin - street. Title to the fort - going indisputable. Enquire as above. lan 13 Zawtreni4 , COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE. The Farm known by the name of Cas tie Howard Farm, handsomely situated f 1 - 2 miles from Princeton, bounded in front by the main tnmpike road from Philadelphia to new - York, and m (he rear by Millstone Creek, it contains 145 acres, 30 acres of which is woodland, 20 acres lying 2 miles from the farm, and a beautiful lot of 10 acres within about 300 yards of the rght wing of the house. lies ides ornamental trees, it contains a va. riety of fruit trx - es, consisting of grafted pears, of the best quality, 17 ditlcrent kinds i Cher - fries, 10 different kinds, tbe most of them graf ted and an orchard of the best apples, besides a young and thriving orchard of crab apples, for making the cider so celebrated, also, one of sweet apples for fatting hogs. - The bouse is pleasant and commodious with an excellent garden, the out - houses and fences ail in good condition. The above is a delightful summer or winter residence. For further partiiulai - s enquire at No. 127 Pearl - st, New - York, or to the subscriber, on the premists, who will give an indisputable title for the same. Z. MOllrOKD. jan 5 tawtf . FOR SALE, The elegant 2 - story brick HOUSE and lease, second door from Broom - street in Broad way, occupied hy Mr. George Lacey, at the moderate ground rent of (75 peraunum ; about 15 years unexpired : the buildings to be valued at the end of the term, or the lease renewed for 21 years longer; it rents for $400 per annum ; the walk aud street has recently been paved. t ot terms, apjily to jan 14 tf 91 Coffee - house - slip. r?k. 2V LKi The Store No. 134 Front - street, an ex - Lellent stand for a Grocer. For further particu lars inquire of RIPLEY ft WELD, nnr 11 iz r roni street. arx . ton sALt; ok to lease. laluS Lots in the 5, 6, 8. and 10 Wards; many oi Miiicti are on reulbied and paved streets. No money will he requirtd under ten years, if sold, intciett excepted. MUUSr.3. Several two and three story houses, on which a great part of the money rewuin oo mortgage. fj.vui." a i ur - w iicvin.. An exceih ot stand Tor business with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store house and tiarn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - liaveh, with 40 acres of land, and a never foiling stream, upon which 20 mills may be erected, with a sufficiency of water for each. Apply at o. a ureenwich - street, jan 13 tf IO LEI', Two new, neat and convenient two - story bncK irnnt houe, situate in Allen - strce?, nest to the Ball - A Hey. For terms aprly to jyit .s K.MJ.V Jan 03 lw 27 OrchrJ - it. JO LET, HtLiil r or a term ot years, me none mm n Nv. 6 r.meidway, at present occnpieil by me Miss Kmsvy's, as a boarding bmife. For parti culars eiKfuire of - 1 KiiKr.K. r I.. iM i.iiS i u.v. v iermrw. - jaaStFl ... - ' - . . - . ; ' ... ' iL Ear Sale. Lcatt. or Let. That pleasantly situated place, on tbe road leading to Kinrs - rriJg, by way of Harlmm lane, known as Rose - HUL The avenue to Ma comb's bridge runs a few rods io the rear of it rendering the premises very desirable, as the bouse, in consequence, shews two fronts. I he garden, and about two acres of meadow, are well stocked with fruit and shrubbery, asparagus beds, currants, ftc. Tbe house and coach - house are in good condition, and with small expense can be made a very genteel country retreat. i ne terms wai te made easy. ALSO, That very genteel two - story house, stable and two lots of ground, situated in Bank - it., Greenwich ; at present occupied by George Lindsay, Erq. Apply at 55 Broadway ; or, to CHARLES OAKLEY, Jan 15 lm 141 Front - street. ersi! To be sold or exchanged for pronertv in New - York. The subscriber being in a verv low state of health, and having very little bopescf recovery, offers for sale his farm at Barbadoes neck, coun ty of Bergen, containing about one hundred and thirty nve acres or arable, meadow and wood land. This farm lies en tbe main road between New - York and Newark, about hall a mile this side of Newark Bridge. It is in a verv high state of cultivation, and is not surpassed by any other in the vicinity of New - York, as a valuable and agreeable residence, either for the farmer or private gentleman. The dwelling house, though small, is neat and well finished, and the fences. gates, barns, stables, and other out - bouses, are in excellent order and well planned. In front of the bouie, bordering on the public road, is a handsome and well stocked garden, and on the premises is a voune and thrivine orchard, con taining a choice selection of the best grafted fruit trees. A more particular descriptinoofthe property is thought unnecessary, as those disposed to imrcnase win view me premises. . i ne line is m disputable. For particulars, annlv to the sub' sen her, No. 188 Pearl - street or to Mr. Andrew amitn, near tne premises. nov 14 tf KOlibK T 31 UAIU . jfjnt STORAGE. niE Storage may be had on the first floor of the store No. 29 South - street, which will save the expense oi noisting. - uec zo TO LET. nlS And immediate possession given, (he. house No. 9 i'earl - street, together wilh the sta hie and Loach House in the rear on Bridge - si. The premises are in complete repair and have every convenience necessary lor tne accoromo d at ion oi a lamuy. r or particulars appiy io OCtZtt L. UKAUI9H. VALUABLE liliAL PROPERTY. The following prmerty, part of the real estate of James R. Smith, Esq. deceased, will be sold at auction, on Friday, the SOth day of Jan. inst. at the Tontine Coffee House, at IS o'clock, hy Messrs. D. Dunham ft Co. vis . The elegant large three tory brick HOUSE and LOT No. 53 Broadway, v. - ith a brick stable and coach house in the rear, fronting on Lumber - street. The lot is 26 feet 3 inches front and rear, and 193 feet dee poo both sides The house is built in the moslarbionable and substantial manner, ana tue whole property improved to the best advantage It is rented at present for 1800 dollars pet annum and all the taxes, lite pseniises cau lie viewed Hill the day of sale, between the hours of 12 and 2 o'clock. The three story brick House and M No. 21 1 Pearl - street, wilh a wooden house oo the rear, fronting on Gold - itre t. No. 10 ; the lot 21 feet 0 1 - 2 indies front and rear, and 2.14 feet 2 inch es on one side, and 230 feet 2 inches on the otlmr. The building on I'enrl - street was erected by .the deceased ioThe best and most substantial manner; is very extensive, and commodiously arranged .ui ... . ,i l. . j r .! I lie siiununn i wen biwwh ai a wry ucairnuic one for the wholesale drygood or hardware business. The dwelling part of the house can le viewed between the hours of II and IX o'clock The four story fire proof brick Store and Lot no. Jb soutn street, occupied oy aiesirs. ira uav ft Co. with the right of the wharf in Iront 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.Carlile Pollock, being each 20 feet front and rear : No. 19, 93 feet deep on both sides and No. CO, 83 feet 6 inches on the southerly side, aud 94 feet oo the north - erlv side. The title to tbe whole of this property is indis putable, it is sold under iuii powers given io the executors by the will. I en per ceni. oi u purchase money to he paid down, 23 1 - 3 perct. on delivery of the deeds, and the remaining 2 - 3ds can remain oa mortgage, for one year lor the premises on reari - street, and lor longer, if required, on the other property, as will he declared at the sale. For any further particulars that may be necessary, apply to JOH THOMPSON, Or JAMES BOO RMAN, Jan 20 t Executors TO BE LEASED for 21 years, House and Lot No. 88 Front - street, near Old slip. House sod Lot No. 53 Roosevelt - street, and if new buildings should be erected on the lota, tbey will be valued aud paid for at the expiration of tho lease,' or a new lease given. Also, several lots m the Sixth, Eighth and Tenth Wards For particulars enquire at No. 30 Chatham - street. Jan 19 2w HONES ft TOWN. Sales at auction, at the T. C. H. on Wednesday, the ZHtn inst. at nan past ii o'ciock. Tha House and Lot No. 27 William - tlM street next to the Post Office. Tbe front house Is substantial and in good repair, and the rear modern, with Staciois rooms aad a good kitchen ; a large cistern in the yard, and a pomp of good water. The buildings extend from front to rear about vz leet ; tne wnoie oi onck t tnree stories high, and calculated to accommodate a large family, and an extensive business. 1 be lot is 190 feet deep. 30 feet rear. 43 feet at its widest part and 23 feet 8 inches front - A snap or tbe premises will be exhibited at the I . U. ri oo the day of sale. Jaa 22 tds REAL ESTATE FOR SLL. Two 2 - etorv brick houses and lots, situa ted ius. 37 A J) Vesey - street Also, a house and lot No. 11 Bowery, near Chatiiam - sqtrare, 44 feet front by 125 deep. All on accommodating term. For particulars ap ply at No. 332 Green wich - st. jan 15 tf TO PL SOLD. At th T online Coffee House, on the 21ii ii inHaot at 12 o'clock, br order ol the coerl ... vh.m - orv. fhe house and lot No. 21 Wall - i.i inmiiwr with Hie (lore house in the rear. ror lurtherpanjctiiars, enquire v. ' s . . .i - . a . t JA.Kfa A. nai.iuiu.i, No. 3 Law Buildings. Where a map mayheeea. J otl tsv 4T5L C'OtVii J runout - a, Jijf,'!! AT Jsina'ca, on Long Island, Queens Conntv, lats the residence uf John Troup, Evj. ceased. On the pitmw - s are a eootl .two rtorv Irame house, nam, ana euies oui - uuikl - '.ntrm . 9H acres of land in a rood stale for cut - ! - . . . . tivation 28 acres of wood land, ofa fine tlirif - tv CTOVtll h for fonring and timber ; and a lot of 7 acres salt meadow. On tlii prupertv are two apple orclianls, and a variety of other imit trees. Jamaica being one of the most ib - ing1 vitl.ttr - s on tTiei Ltanr!, renders ths proper, ty destrsJile for a gentleman retiring from business.. For pariicularn applv to - ' . . - ' w M. D1TMIS, 148 lsrl,it: otto i juii.i icuuni. iKuir, - JanMf . on the prem'ucV fcruU PAT KICK DILLON, who leR Tra - , lee, in the County of Kerry, Ireland, in the yenr 1803,. will traosoiit Mrs. FiUherry, of Tralte," ' his address, it will be a particular advantage to both parties." Tralee, October, 1815. . The above is inserted at the request - of Mr. - Dillon's friends. ; Any communication en the subject will be .1 thankfully received and transmitted bv dec 16 BLNJ'N. W. HOGERS'ts CO. AO - itCE. . . s ff7" The undersigned xiv notic. that the r intend to apply to the Legislate of this state, , r at their next session, for an act to incorporate. t themselves and their associates into a comwanr. - " . in the city of New - York, under the style 'of . The JWth River Steam - Boat Company," , with a capital of six hundred thousand dollars. ' ; for the purpose of navigating with Steam Boat 1 the waters or the North River. Dated the 22d - day of December, 1817. towArju r. livmustoiV, - ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, CHAS. AUG. DALE, D. LYNCH, Junr. dec 22 d6w NO i ICE. Cir The Pacific Insurance Company of New - - York have this day declared a Dividend of twelve per cent on the capital Stock, payable at their office. No. 49 Wall - street, on the 19th instant. By order of ths Board of Directors. Jan 5 lm WALTER R. JONES, Sec. NOTICE. ' fry The Subscriber, in bcliali of himself and his associates, gives notice, that an application will be made to the honorable the legislature of this state, at its next session, for an Act to incorporate a Bank with a capital stock of Five Hundred Thoa. - and Dollars, and with leave to increase it to One Million to be located north east of Beekman - street, in the city of New - York, and to be called "The Frank Uo Bank of the city of New - York." Dated New - York, 16th Dec. 1817. - By order of the Associates, dec30tf NOAH BROWN, SecVy. NEW )! ORE INSURANCE COMPANY. The president ami directors bave this day declared a tuvidend of five per cent on fhe capita) stock of the company for the last six mouths, payable to the stockholders, or their legal representatives, on and after the 12th instant; at the office, No. 34 Wall - street. jan 5 1m C. G. SHIPMAN, see'ry. NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY. The President and Directors of the National Insurance Company, have this day declared a diyi lend of fifteen per cent on theiw Capital stock, for their last six months, payable to the stock holders, or their legal representatives. on and after Thursday the 15th inst. ' ' jan 5 tFebl JOHN J. JONES, Secr'y NEW - YORK FIREMKN LSURANCE COMPANY. fJT The Capital Stock of the Company having by a new subscription been reinstated to the , full sum of Ftr htmartd thousand Dollar! which is amply secured, are now ready to receiv applications for Vcejd Marine Insurance at their ' Offict No. 56 W all - street. Tbe Office solicits the patronage of the public in the confidence that advquat protectioa will be afforded to the assured and all losses be promptly adjusted. By order of fhe board of Directors, Jan 6 1m WM. M'SEAL, Sec'ry. MECHAAiCa' OSrTbe Stockholders a )ividnd of four and and a 1 it's" BANK. are informed that a Dividend of four and and a half per rent will bo paid on the first day pf February next - By order of the 1 reilent and Directors, Jantl lm - W FISH, Cashier. Eagle Etrt Lvmpeny of Ntvi - Xerk. TOTlCE is hereby given that a dividend for JLV Ine last six months o four and a bair i - er cent, no the capital Stock, of this Company has been declared, and will be paid to the StotKbol derson the 15th inst. Jan5 1m JOHN D. METER. Sec. AO I ICE. ff7 All persons having demands against the estate of the late Thomas Cooper, deceased., are requested to present the same. And all persons indebted to the said estate ere requested tr maxe payment so me subscriber. ALICJU A QWAKI WUU 1. Jan 10 lm Administratrix. NOTICE. THE co - partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers,' under the firm ef Biteklen ft Abbatt, is this dsy dissolved, by am tual consent. The affairs of the concern will br settled by Thomas Buckley, 153 South - street New - York, 1st mo. 10. 1818. THOMAS BUCKLEY, ROBT. ABBATT, jun. THOMAS BUCKLEY, havinr taken his son JOHN LAWRENCE BUCKLEY, into copartnership, the Commission business will be continued on their account under the firm of THOMAS BUCKLEY A SON. I mo 14 1m fry The subscriber having recently lu. uid from England with an important improvemrrjloit ths artificial spring LEO, he takes this method of informing his fnends and ths public, thuf all those who ai e so unfortunate as to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street New - York. Jan TZ WM. fURVlS. ELLOANT PotiT iBLh. Dt.SK, He. A LONDON made rose - wood. Writing Desk, richly brays Uund, finished in a superior style of convenience, wilh port folio, caudle - sticks, 4c Will be sold cheap Also, two battdsoase dressing cases, an eicgant . tea cad v, and a day or night telescope. Apply IO a)ll)l'cii. vhhhl, Jan l3 6t 135 Broadway. ' UOWEK, as arrHDged and ung by Mr. PHILIPPS, is now ready for tale at J. A. ft H. GEIU'S Muitc gue, 23 Maiden - lane. , .jun 10 tf . .A HOUSK. . . To he sold and possession given before ut ofMavnext. if renuued. a uimUrn huilt substantial bnckoase, Uiree stories high, (with several arconunodatihea andcoeveniences which make it an agreeable dwelling for a culcel fa mily) situated inhe most wholesoroe part of this ' city, and having' a pump of si client water. .' witbiii Uie lot ; the property n lee simple, and free from alt incambraoce. If not sold at private sate before the 15th of February next, it will then be sold at auction on the HMi aod fo! - . , following day. Also, a commute tel ei carpets, elegast liirnilurea, koueehokl utensils au i VMiioue effects, particularly acUouecollectioaof books, - by C. U. FO.TAI.E, towhera apply for particulars, at his auction room, No, 135 Yl alct Stret, comer of Pine. . jan 7 lm . ' 1& io ht.r, , aj - iS For one or more years a two story brick: ll JtMC in Jill rnni) i ' i 1 1 J uvi'Wl'C C Marks Church, containiui tinbt room, a hrge h - jtue in tt rctt, itejily opposite St. kitrhrn, servant rMiiii, i - llur, ). - atries, fcc. la cotiiplrt. order Vr'lie recepkuol a genicet fam ily - with a rrdenand yard' of abuit lw and Itall'dcru of land, tont.mirg a variety of the ft - nest iruit tree, asparagus aud hot beds, ftc. 4.C. lugeuinr with a wikmI house, carriage house and si.bles. Itesitwill be rsusooahtr, and posses lon tan be hf.d the hrt day of .Aprrt, . Apjify between 10 and 2 o'clock, on the premises, to NICHOLAS WM STUiVESATtT.' Jan t4 lw . . i 7 - L - . ;

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