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NUMBER 137.0 NO. 42 PINE - STREET. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1818. SALE AT THE SWP - YAHU fOIt ill ' . . A SLOOl', now building of the Jiest tfR material, about 100 ton; timber. oriive 'Wlioak, locust and cedar; bottom plank jTwhite oak, boat on purpose for the ARa - T lrade. A f LOOP of 50 tons, calculated for j:v any trade where dispatch, burthen, and ' Oilcaaydriao( water is required. . i""" . : rrinn'.R. of 40 toot, i v... i;nuwitr. with a le - WIII uraw uuk ..v.. - - . - h.i thrniurh the centre of her keei, and u expec ted to fail very fast . ' " Also, a SHIP of 360 ton calculated il&for a Liverpool or London trader, (that , $M&can be finished to wit the purchaser.) USpars, timber and plauk.' Also, timber M!edbi,l,forhW.BR0VVNNF, T. 'for ST. THOMAS, tBT. ThefitsHilingschrGREYHOUND, EfiXrioHdley. master. Having the greater rtof ber freight engaged, for the remainder or jiage, apply on board, east iide ore. 11. slip, r, F. W. KARTHAU3, REINICKE& CO. . ,:, 13 74 VVaihuiirton - it. j For DUBLLY, The substantial fast sailing ship 'wv.ptiixe R Field. master will I tnnAuv haViniT Ilf.lil'l V COnilUCIlbC irUaH a 'J the whole of her cargo ready to go on board, will be disnatched without uelay. For freight of about 250 cask, flaxseed, cotton, or cabin and steerage passage, having - excellent accommodations, apply to THOS. S. WALSH, dec 13 1 18 Front - street. COFFEE. ttr 1 1 I I C k... Ct PI m i n 1 so Coffee, received per schr. Spartan, for stile hy i - t. iwi. oiiAftu v - " Jan 6 : CALCUTTA GOODS v VP I. 4to4 Kilos rnnsiilinir of KJ B - ftas, Luckipore, Chittabully, Callipalty andPutka. toMaU, Chaqdpore, Comocotly, Johanna anil LucKipore. Siuiiiiht Jr.llalpore and Mow - Checks Gillali, Romals. tic lor sale by CHS. L. OGDEN and ABRM OGDEN, jan 9 Washington - street COTTON 9 bale tint quality Upland Cotton, landing, and lor tale by . CAUL ALLEY, 98 Tine - street. IN STORE, 32 hale Sea - Island Cotton. Apply as above. Jan 9 rtt STRAITS BRANDY. i J Pipes Cette Brandy, entitled to debenture, for sale by CHAS.L. OGDEN, and ABRM. OGDKN, Jan 17 Washington - street rt COFFEE, bUGAK and INDIGO. i 4 O tikis, ami 20 b&e fine creen Coffee : 3J Itbds, 1 tierce and 4 bbls Muscovado Sugar : ' ' . 41 cerooo Caracca ladiO . Landing from the schr. Greyhound, from St Thomas, tor alir ' " F. W. KARTHAUS, RF.INICKE & CO, fan 3 ' 74 Wahinton Mreet. OLD TOII.VW'O. - ,l - hhils. - old Richmond mhirrn. will be landed tomorrow from the schooner Hero, from Richmond. For sale fey UOllERT GILLESPIE, jan 15 112 Front - street. iVL U SIC A LL the Son's. Duett, a suns by Mr. Phi. il Iidp at the New - York Theatre, for tale at V m. DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store, no. i Hioadway. Beli' ild in his toll expressive face . ' 'I'ho'. love is warm awhile . 'Ti but fancy's sketch Is Ox - re a heart that never lov'd , In vain mar that botora lost quite deplore My early day what joys was thine Love's young dream This blooming rose at early dawn Rohio Adair Beautiful Maid . Let tame sound the trumpet Had I a heart ' Evtleen's Bower Dear maid I love thee Ah sure a pain was never seen Said a smile to a tear ' ish not for love Mv heart with love it beatins? The celebrated tereoade of" Lillacome down Rird Duett to me" nura i wreaw. With a large assortment of new music, rfec 34 r riir vni 1 vvc i, A SM A LL invoice of X cot Mill and Pit Saws, 11. 9. and J. a. inr sale hy ANDERSON ft SHEARER, .131 Water - street, Wkn hftui Si. GIm. Hand, ripping and dove tail Saws, brats and Cast Ste'IChissel and G onset Mortice Cliielt and Drawing Knives . Patent Carolina it Virginia Hoes, No. 123 Wrought nail, 4d, Cd, 8d. lOd, U, h 20d Brat and cnpier wire, of all tizet Rolled and Sheet Bra t, Brass Pans Londoo Pins, Not. 3 1 - t, 4, 4 1 - 2, 5 Hardware and Japanned Ware, assorted fo the country trade Engravers' Copper, in plates of all sizes, jan 12 I.OK. BALE, the ranronf K ilmi l.'ririo. fan r tain Humphreys, irom Calcutta, and now ouvuug inn 100101 Lrioeriy - tueei, coosuunc F.ast India Sugar Cotton Ginger; Block Tin Gum Shellack Gum Cnpal Goat Skint of a large size Spin Ttvin. ri D Alio for sale, India Mutlint of almost every - A',0 "'mall quantity f Rattans, and Odor of Rose. For sale I v J" 7 uoBfnt.T Lrxot 11 RiV TOBA(;CO threes prime new iK'Tco. T6 hhds old asf &t h Plow landing from different vettels, for sale by ui'itnL nur,cu rJlOB C(JO 2UhlldH.tobncen. irill he l.ncl. l tomorrow from the schooner Eliza, vin reiersDurj For s le by ROBERT GILLESPIE, Jn,B 112 Froottreet. COTION New cro, prime, suitable lor manufjcturi Qif. Will laa mnlii in nn r' 1 a at r w frnmrti i r . . s Alio, a few bales of old crop. Enqui rcarl - streeLuD (ira. r u ire 148 jan 8 TWO changeable Syuchews, for tale "J MARCH ii LOW, Jaal 210 Brosdway PuiSTEK or' P.l HIS. m vONSTAMT ruinlv ni iTitl n msoVrAft a a . . ... . "rucrtielt with alter Nesen, ? "4 Fnjt - street, comer of CurUn' - slip, wiH promptly attended to. JOHX BYERS, t . JwrtofHarriioa - itri - et, .orlh - Rtver, Jia 19 tf No. b OH 171 LOUR, COTTON, tc: - 250 bbU . delphia flour . 31 bales upland cotton, new crop 8 do New - Orlean do do 5 ton lignuinvita : ' - 15 tubs German steel 2 pipee red port wine - 11 iihds do , do do ' 5 hhd white do do : 3 qr. casks dodo do '1 hhd Madeira wine 11 qr. risks do do 37 boxes superior claret (1 doz. each) An invoice of lace vciU, cotton lace, &c. An invoice of Dutch tovs for sale by KOBEKT GILLESPIE, jan 7 1 12 Front street. l UsKETS, TAPES, tic, 5000 MuskeU t ntillrd to Debenture IS boxes weil assorted Tapes. No 11 to 25 i ceroons ir quality noiant intligo 4 boxes Flaxen Linnen t bbls. White Lead, for tile by i J. C ZIMMERMAN, Jan 8 tm No. 72 Washington - street. I' INK, OIL, PAPER, &c 130 qr. casks V V and 200 half do dry Malaga Wine 5 qr cmks and 20 half do sweet do very old 158 UoColmenardo 300 half chests Sweet Oil, 30 betties each 100 boxes do do 12 bottles each 50 bale Italian foolscap and letter Paper 50 do Gazette do large size 9 case Fnit Hats 15 case Liquorice Paste 1 box 0tnch Feaihers, 1 do Chip Hats 3 do Manna in flake Marble Slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sixes, for pier tablet, Sic. A few boxes very superior Anchovie and Olives 500 Marble Mortars, from 10 to 24 inch 10 bbl Furs, consisting of Wild Cat. Raccoon, Fox, Muskrat, and Otter Skin Gunny Bags, Sic For sale by CM AS. L. OGDEN, and ABR. OGDKN, jan 12 Wathington - itreet. STRAITS BRANDY. TWENTY live pipe Cette Brandy, for tale by . CI1AS. L. OGDEN, and ABR. OGDEN, Jan 9 Washington - street. LOAF & LUMP SUGAR, &c. f Q HliJs and 40 bbls 1st and 2d quality loaf JL U u?ar 15 hhdi and 60 bbls 1st & 3d qua!, lump sugar 20 bbls sujir house sujar 100 laree pieces refined mnr, and a few hbdt sugar house molasses, for sale by JACKSON WOOLLr.i, Jan 21 75 WaU - st. DAMASK CLOTHS', NAPKINS, LIKENS, le. f k C. SUYDAM, No. 61 Maiden - lane, offer sLJ. ibr sale a general assortment of Real dum uk table cloths some very largo with elegant lar;o and small napkins to match Also Diaper and damask labia uncos, Irom 5 to 10 - 4 wide. Irish linens, long - lawns, sheetings, &c. A bio for sale by the nacka?. 12 cases 4 - 4 Irish uneut, low and ine as sortments 2 do 3 4 long lawnt 2 do Drogheda sheeting . 1 do 7 - 8 black linens . 1 do 5 - 4 strong Irish sheetings Jan 19 If ' tHOKS Si BOOTS. I UST received 40 packages ameng which are J 3 cases Wellington pools 2 do Ladies do 2 do Mwkasons 4 do Cork Sole Shoe 4 do Ladies walking do 4 do Men' coarse 2 do Rov do 1000 do Kid suitable for the southern or West India market 2500 do women' Leather Those, tore t ber with a eeneral assortment of badie, Aiittes ana Children's morocco, black and colored Roane, are offered for sale on rea onable terms by THOS. WITT, fto. - US l'earl - stnet. Likewise 10 boxes Grit quality Cod Fish. Jan 15 Ira f lOAL - A FLO A r - 100 chaldrooi Livcriiool VV new pit Coal f a verv superior Quality if now landing irm on board the ship HercuieVy ine at the eat side of I'iki - tlip. Orders for 'heu Coal will be punctually attended to, by apply ins either on hoaro or at the Coal yard 01 the sub scriber, No. 74 Front - street, who ha constant ly on hand a lare tupply of Coal, of every de scription, and lor sale by - Jan U bt Al,f..v r IT'EATHKRS Ku'iia Featiitrs, ( eoo.l qnal V ity, in quantities to uit purchasers, at No 44 onin - ttreel. jan ia VT DKIRA W INK London pkrUcular Ma - iTJ. deira wine of the most approved brands, in pipes, hhds. and quarter casks, fit for immedi ate use and well worth the attention ol private t'ami'iiet Wdl be sold at reasonable prices, and in qutnlilict to tuit purchasers, by TULK.LK.6i L.AUU1LS, jan 9 29 South - it IL'IVk' 'I'UIM' UKVl ll.a liwIi.Tmia O 3000 do English Seine do 01" superior quali tv. Also, a general assortment or other 1 wine, and Wuite Cordage, in quantities 10 sun piirc - nasen. lor tale ny Lt.ttUA a i umhu, Jan 15 7 Pewrl - street COUCHONt.6; KAMPOV TKAs, in boxtt O and cannister. 33 and 24 lb each, entitled to debentme. for sale at 64 South - ttreet, by CAMBRELENO fi.PEARSON, jan S ' I TOBACCO - hhd new crop Tobacco, of J. . excellent quality, landing from tchr. Kolla, Irom KlUimond, lor tale by D. BETHUNE tl CO. JanO 92 CoflVe House slip. I )EN(iAL INDIGO 7 case 1st quality, en IJ titled to debenture, lorsal by JACMfcON k WOOLLEY, 75 Wall - street. Jan 15 I'LAXSEED. FLOUR, ;c 90 tierces Hax - V teed, landing from schooner Nancy, from Ualiimore, lor sale ny D. BETHUNE & CO. 92 C. II. slip. 159 bis supf Flour, principally Gallego's b'd 3 bales seine Twine. Jan 16 . I L'sKK l - a and FOvVtJG PIECES, enti V I tied to detwntnre 13 case British Muskets, with bayonets and scabbards complete. 5 dodo Fowling Pieces. Jest received per Carolina Ann, Iron, Liverpool, lor sale ny jan 9 P RKMSr.N .v CO. 28 South - 1 K i k RICE. I jf tierces prime new rice, received per ship Radius from ( harlrston, and for sale by D. BETHUNE & CO. jan 10 92 Coffee - House slip, IJUM & CHOCOLATE 50 bis. 1st. proof IX New Rum 30 boxes HilTt Boston Chocolate Xo. 1 For sale by JACKSON k WOOI.LEY, jan 13 75 Wall street W'ViiVV.1' :,.,,BAVul'. 'uk. B - .RK'iinon!upi. m.w - o ones prime new crop n.11 hiulhio, i'iiu tg pally large and teafy, now landing from chr ih;n..i..in'Ui.h. 1 . ' . . . MsarIAw I Jan 6 m . BOOKMAN ti JOHNSTON. TO BE SOLD. THE FOLLOWING VALUABLE PROPER TY, BELONGING TO TH E ESTATli CF THE LATE DR. THOMAS JONES. .. The Dwelling Houte and premises now Moulin the possession of Mn. Marearet Jones. known at number 343 13 road h ay, briug30fet inrhei in width in front and 32 feet 6 inches in the rear, and 140 feet in depth ; together with uic vi k viaixe, iiuu iui uii wuicn il sianos, in uk rear 01 the dwelling house, being about 27 feet square and the undivided half of a lot fronting on Leonard street, being io fi - et wide on Leo - nard - itreet, aud 63 feet lOiiKhes iorieptb ; which undivided lot it new in common between William Denning, Esq. and the owners of the property ow ottered lor tale, and 11 intended for a naiaaee way to their (table and yards. ' The above property is situated in the most eli gible part of the city, and is, in every part, in the best repair and most complete order. Three Lot of Ground, situated at the corner of Broad waj and Warren - street; bemu known on the map of the land belonging to Trinity Church a No. 415,416 and 417, and contain, together, 75 feet in breadth on Broad way, and in the rear U7 lee to inches on Warren - street, nnd B9 feet 9 inches ou the northerly id. These lots, with the huiloine thereon, are now under lease to various tenants, forteiins which will expire on the 1st May, 1820, and at such rents as amount, in the whole, to $2 - 125 annually, besides all taxes. These three lots will be told in one parcel, and subject to the unexpi red leases. A Dwelling House and Lot of Groind, known as No. 147 Water - street between Pine - street and the Fly Market, beins 22 feet 10 inches in width in fr nt, and 21 feet 7 inches in the rear, and IOO lee 1 1U inches in length. 1 bit house nnd lot is under lease for a term ending 1st i ay, loiy, at trie annual rent ol 550 dollart and all taxes. A Dwelling House and Lot of Grouud, known as No. 145 Water - street adloinins tlie last above ; being 18 fi - et 4 inches on Water - street, 17 feet in the rear, and 84 feet 4 inches in length. I hi house and lot are under lease for a term ending Jet May, 1)119, at the unnualrent ol 250 dollars and all taxet. A LOT OF GROUND, fronting tho Broad way 111st above Jones - street, and nut hut one adjoining the property ol Mr. Martin Huffman and the kit fronting on Mercer - street, in the rear of the Broadway lot. These two lots will be told, tccetiit r, aud are 25 feet 8 inche w ide and 200 feet deop. A LO T OF LAND, known at number 645 Bayard's farm, fronting on Rvndert - ttreet. ami running from that ureet to Or.inge ttrect t hieing n 4'idlh en Kyndi - rs street 2b leut. and on Orange street 25 feft 6 in hes,nnd in length oa the n rth - erly tidp 145 f' - et 6 inches, and ou the southerly idf 151 frei 3 inches. .Ill the obarr, mentioned property it held in fte nmple. 1 he following ishtld under a Uate from Lolumoia i,out.fre, 04 year oj vnun lea$e vat wtpired on hit September last. yjL A Dwelling Houte and Lot of Ground, s!l known as No. 217 Greenwich street, now under lease for the annual rent ol 260 dollar aud all taxet i lease expires lit May, 1821. A Dwelling Hnnte and Lot of Ground, known a No. 215 Greenwich street, now under lease for the yearly rent of 350 dollars and taxes 1 lease axptres 1st Ma, lozi. fX A Dwelling House and Lot of Ground. vIms at the corner of Greenwich street and Bar clay street under lease for 450 dollart and taxes; lease expire 1st May, m;i. - zTL Two Dwelling Houte and Lots of mm Ground, known t No. 69 and 71 Barclay struct, now under leas for 600 dollars annually anu ail taxes lease ei vires 1st May, 1U11. These two boutcs being leased together, will be sold together. A Dwelling House and Lvt of Ground, knwn as No. 67 barclur street, now un der leae for the annual rent of 90 dollars and taxes; leate expires May lit, 1819 A Dwelling Houte and Lot of Ground, known at No. 65 Barclay street, now un der leate for the yearly rent of 90 dollart and the taxes; lease expires May 1st, 1819. I his leasehold property cannot conveniently be dticrthed withiu tins limits of an advertisement. Rut the size and extent 01 each lot may be particularly teen on a map thereof, at the office of 1 r. J u. r.S, 44 l ine tircei. The title to all this properly is unquestionable. the greatest part of the property having been owned and possessed hy the late Dr. Jonet and his representatives for more than 25 years, now last ; and lor such part as hns been purchased within iti at period tiie subscribers hold warranty deeds from the grantort. I he houte and pit - miset first above described it offered at private tle, and may be viewed af ter the lourtli day 01 January next any day be tween one end two o'clock in the alUrnoon. If not sold on or before the twentieth day of January next, that property, together with all the rest of the above mentioned property will be exposed to sale ty auction, at the J online conee House, by Messn. HONES tl TOWN, on Tuesday, the tenth day of F ebruary next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day. The terms of sale for the houte and premi ses No 343 Broadway, will be 10 per cent on the day of Bale and one third of the residue on toe first of May next , at wtveh time a deed will be executed and possession given there - maining two thirds to be paid in 2 annual payments, with interest, from the first of May, so tared by a bond and Mortgage on the premi ses. - I erms ot sale tor the rest or the proper. ty will be 10 per cent on the day of sale, 1 - 3 oVthe residue on the delivery of the deeds. which will be about 10 day after the tale, and the remaining two third in 2 equal initial payments, with interest from the date of the deeds, secured by a bond and inortgnge on the premises the purchasers are to receive toe rents of such parts' of the property as are under lease from the 1st oft ebruary next For all other information and pa - ticul.rly in relation to the title or all the above pmpertv, apply to D. .. JO - KS, esq. at his office 44 I'ine - sireet, where the title deeds, and maps of the property may be si en. AIA'KGAKKT JONES, ) MALTBY GELTON, Exec'rt MARY GELS TON. S dec 30 eodtds . VAtAJAHLE H'.'USK For Sale at Auction.' - Ou Saturday the 3ist imt. at the T. C. II. 12 o'clock, will be sokl by Rleecker & Bibby, the three - story brick bou - o and lot of ground No. 35 I'earl - ttreet The bouse contains 14 rooms besides kitchen aod pantries the lot 30 feet front on Pearl street and upwards of 30 feet on Briilge - ttreet; about 77 feet deep on one tide and 81 feet on the other Terms at tale The premises may be vii wed any time previous to the sale. Jan 26 5t KY GOODS 2 cases iliepard'ttuperUue and black cloths 4. rases 9 - 8 cambricks 2 do cotton hosiery 1 do checked hdktt. jutt landed from the Hercules, and ibr tale hy ' HL'RD & SEWAI.L, 65 South - street. Also received by late arrivals, 8 cases fine blue and black InJoo vlolht - 10 do j - iTKtuned and plated hats 5 de men' uper Loodoo do. - Ja. 23 rfflia IV1.YE U ffHiTK LEAD. liilUqr casks old Mierr wine 1 c.i ,..1.. i,i ,i f h7. - r Forsaleby JAMES G. KING CO. JanO 61 Pins - iU POt SALE. The houses and lots No. 1C1 and 1C3 W liliam street. If not disposed of at titivate tale, previous to the 28th instant, they will on uiai uay oe offered lor sale, by auction, at the Tontine Coffee House. For further particulars apply at No. 21 1 Duanc - street, jan 7 If QfOtt SALE, The two story frame House and Lot of ground No. 73 Broome street, the corner of Llizabrth - street, with a stable in the rear. . ALSO, a modern three story brick House and Lot handsomely situated within the village of Kewburgh the house is large and commodious and well calculated from its retired, healthy and elevated situation (having a fine view of the river and the adjacent country) for a family who wish t - 6 desirable a situation on the North River. Price low and possession gi 'en the first of May next ALSO for Sale or to Lease,' 5 avenue lots, situated on the First Avenue, between North ana first - streets. A 1 ,90 to Lease for a number of years. 15 building lots fronting on the First Avenue and rirst - street For further particulars, apply to COKN3. DU UOIS, jan 20 lm 36 Front - street. tOU SALK AT AUCTIOjY, At the T. C. II. onthelttday of March next, the FARM belonginz to the ettate of the late Dr. Isaac Ledyard, situated one mile touth of the village of Newtown, Long Island. The vviiiiamsiiureh tuniDike runt t hmucn the r arm. on one tiiteof which it anewexcelleiit stone wall, half a mile in length T he farm contain! about 150 acres, 15 of which it a fine Wood Lot, with two apple orchards, one old. the other iust lie uin - iiing to bear well, and a ttntable proportion of good tall meadow. The Mansion Houte it large and convenient, four rooms on each floor, with a eo.id kitchen and cellars ; attached 11 a laree barn, crib, hen bouse, imoke house, well, and 1 new cittern, Ac. The courtyard and garden con tain a variety of fruit treet and thrutihery, a large asparagus bed, raspberries and currants. AlsoA r ARM adjoining the above, contain ine ajioot ixty acre : attached to which is ane - qual proportion of Salt Meadow, and lot of young wood, situated within less than a mile of the larm, containing ten acres, with a farm house, born, well, garden, &c. Likewise A Lot of Land, lying at SprinCeld. south ol the viilaee of Jamaica, containing be tween four and live acres, on which are about a dozen large chesnut trees, suitable foriencing. The above lands wi I be all regularly surveyed, and mapt of the tame exhibited tome time pre vious to, and at the tale, and disposed of by the acre, wnn ine Duiioiugt tnereon, inclusively. Possession mven on the first of April. - For farther particulars, apply at 49 Dey - str2et jan Bins" FOR SA1.K The elegant 2 - story brick HOUSE and lea. - e, second door from Broom - street, io Broadway, occupied by Mr. George Laccy, at the moderate ground re nt of $75 per annum ; about 15 years unexpired ; the buildings !o be valued at the erid pthe term, or the lease renewed tor 21 years kUnn i rents for f 100 per annum ; the waik and stwf ik and Biff t bat n recently been paved. For terns, api to? C. C. TUNIS, 91 Coffne - house - slip. . . . . F . .... jan j 11 ,r O L ' - "7? LET, I The Store No. 134 Front - street, an ex - leTieutstaud for ft Grocer. For further particu lars inquire of RIPLEY & W ELD, noy 11 - 192 Front ttreet tOK SALE OH TO LEASE, Lots in the 5. 6. 8. aod 10 Ward; many 01 which are on regulated and peved street. No money will be required under ten years, u toio, interest; excepted. ......... . HOUSES. Several twoapd three ttory houtet, on which a great part of the money remain on mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent stand for business, with ten acret of land, pleasantly lituated, with a wharf, store house and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near Hew - lUven, with 40 acre of land, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may be erecieu, wnn a tuuiciency 01 water loreacn. Apply at No. 2 Greenwich street, jan 13 tf ' 4fjTwo new, neat aud convenient two - story brick front houses, situate in Allen - street, next to the Ball - Alley. For terms applv to JAMES KNOX, Jan 23 Iw 27 Orchard - tt aPOK SALE, The lot No. 312 Water - ttreet 94 feet 10 inches front and rear, and 75 feet deep. On taid lot is two wooden buildinet. ALSO, The two ttory frame houte and lot of ground in Grand - street, next to the corner of V. . j . . t - . i 1 i : - . cm on nara - tirecT. r or parucuiars, inquire oi - ti Roosevelt - ttreet. jan 24 Iw e FO SALE, 5aifi The Houte and Lot Nr., 101 Lilrty - tt. Depth 34 feet, breadth 25. Depth of the lot 107 feet Those who may with to purchase property of this ditcrifition, can at any time view the premises, and term of tale may be agreed on, by application to . POTT M'KINNE, dec 31 56 South - street. VOK S.1LE, The house and lot of ground No. 18 Rose - strert : the lot is 25 feel front and rear and IOO feet deep ; the houte a brick front, sides and rear hllel m with brick, and built in the most tuD stantial manner. For further particulars en quire of A. 5TF.F.NBACK, Jan 26 2w No. 334 Brmdway. VAt II 4 HI H PiOPHHJ Y. tthiil ineiot.TI'i. toSri - iymarsex, running nn . . . r.. 1 . througti to Fletclier - street.with the buildings thereon consisting of, on Fly - market a3 - tory brick House, built and finished in the best manner, 45 feet deep on Fletcher - street, a substantial 3 story brii k fire proof store. The abo e can command a very heavy rent. Also, the lot 141 Fly - market running through to Fletcher - street, with the buildings thereon, consisting of two frame houses front and rear ; would make an excellent building lot. At pre sent rents for $700 and taxes will command much more. Also, the Houe and Lot of Ground 276 Wa ter - street an excellent stand. 12 or 13 feet front and rear, and 70 feet deep. Alio to let, the house No. 42 Liberty - street, suitable for a store - house. Apply to ANTHONY TRAPPAV, Jan261w 139 Fly - market. EOR SA LP A VERY DESIRABLE COUNTRY RII1)ENCE. The subtciibcr offers tor sale his house and a - bout 8 acres of Land in Flusbi'ig on Ixing Hand, 11 milt s from N.w - Yoik. 1 be house I Urce and very convenient for a gentev fami'y and crm - j manili an extensive ano nrauiuui pni - im Klu .t.r.iii' Kniu. ttrnid hmtse. noultr V fines kc. recently built. The buildings and (encet are inexcHlent rvpur, andlhte y punted. I ne ..H,.a lift m,Ml well storked with a variety ni irn,l. nnd Tim orchard with the best kinds of .ip; h lars 4c. Nearthe house are two wells ol i - x client wal. raod a new cistern, all with eood puuips this ptice is very convenien'ly situated, thrre being conveysnce. hy good tise or packets Io and from New - York every d.iy, except Sunday.'" For further particulars and term of tale apply t ASI'INWALL, Jaa 16 la No. 14 Pearl street. i For Sale, Leate, or 'Lei. That pleasantly situated plate, on the road leading to King's - bntljje, by way of Harlssra - lane, known at Rote - Hill. The avenue to Ma comb's bridge runs a few rod in the rear of it, rendering the premise yery desirable, at the house, in consequence, thews two fraoU. The gardeu, and about two acres of meadow, are well stocked with fruit and shrubbery, asparagus beds, currants, tc. The house and coach - house are in good condition, and with small expense can be made a ysry genteel country retreat. I ne terms will be made easy. ' A LAO, That very genteel two - ttorv honse. stable and two lots of ground, situated in Bank - tt., Greeo - wicn ; at present occupied by George Lindsay, L', .. , . EE D 1 . - Mif. nyyij m as inmuwaj ; or, 10 CHARLES OAKLF.Y, jan 15 lm 14t Front - street. ALL AH Lb. PAiUU, , To be sold or exchaneed for uronert v in New - York. The subscriber heme in a very low ttate ol health, and having very little hopetof recovery, offers for tale hi farm at Uarbadoe neck, coun ty of Bergen, containing about one hundred and thirty bve acres or arable, meadow and wood land. I'bi farm lieton the main road between New - York and Newark, about ball a mile this tide of Newark Bridge. It 11 in a very high ttate of cultivation, and it not surpassed by any other io the vicinity of New - York, at a valuable and agreeame residence, either lor the larmer or pri vate gentleman, ine dwelling house, tnougi small, it neat and well finished, and the fences, gates, harm, atablet, and other out - houtrt, are in excellent order ami , well planned. In front ol the house, bordering on the public road, i a handsome and well stocked garden, and on the premises it a young and thriving orchard, containing a choice selection of the beit grn.'cd fruit tree, a more particular description 01 the Pro perty it thonght unnecessary, at those disposed tp purclmse will view the premises. 1 he title it in - disputable. For particulurs, apply to the tub - scriber, No. 188 Pearl - street, or to .dr. Andrew smith, near ine piemise. nov 14 tf ROBERT STUART. STORAGE. 6'toragn may be had on the first floor of the store No. 29 Sou'h - street, which will save the expense of hoisting. dec 26 :. TO LET, jiaill And immediate possession given, the house No. 9 I'earl - ttreet, together with the tta hie and Coach Houte in the rear on Bridge - tt The premiii's are in complete repair and have every convenience necessary lor tne accommo dation 01 a lanniy. r or particulars apply o net 28 L. KRAI UMI VALUAHI.E HEAL PHUPEJtTi The following pr - iierly, part of the rea ettate of James R. Smith, Esq. deceased, will l: sold at auction, on t rulay, the JtJtb day ol Jnn inst. at the Tontine Cole House, at 12 o'clock by Messrs. I). Dunham & t o. viz. Thf elegant i i iiAHL - n I r't. 7 lurge mree siory one a nuurii nnu wi ii". 53 Broadway, with a brick stable and coacl houte in he rear, fronting on Lumber street The lot is 26 feet 3 inches front and rear, and 19 leel deepon bolh sides The boute is built in the most fiishionable and tuhttantinl manner, and the whop property improved fotbe best advantage It it rented at present for 1800 dollart per annum ami an i lie laxet. i uf premises ran uc viewe 'till the day of tale, between the liourt of 12 un Z o'ciot - B. The three story brick Moue and Ixit No. 21 renrl - ttreet, with a wooden house on the rest fronting on Gold - ctreet, No. 10 ; the lot 21 fee 10 1 - 2 inches front and reai, and 21 feet 2 inch et on one tide, and 230 feet 2 inches on the other. The building oti Pearl - street wa erected hy tlie deceased m the best and most substantial manner: i very extensive, and rommodiously arranged - rt. 1 " . . . Il 1 " J . I t l ne tnuaimn it wen snowo at a very onirnoi ns foe tlie wholesale drygotxl or hardware but nest. 1 he dwelling part ol the house ran viewed between the hours of 1 1 and 12 o'clock bt The four story 6 ire proof brick Store nnd Lot io. 2j soul n itrect. occupied ny ivieitri. ira uas Si Co. with the right of the wharf in Iront of it Dimension unknown, will be declared at tnr tale. TawMncant Lot of Land, on the easterly tide of Washington - street, between Carlisle and Rector - itreets, being lots No. 19 and 20, of cir tain lott formerly belonging to Carlile Polloi:k, beini each 20 feet front and rear : No. 19. 93 feet deepon both tidet and No. 20, 93 feet 6 Inches on the southerly tide, aud 04 feet on the northerly tide. The title to the whole of this property it indisputable. It is told under full powers given to the executor by tbi will. Ten per cent of tin purchase money to be paid down, 23 1 - 3 perct. on delivery of the deeds, and the remaining 2 - 3ds can remain on mortgage, for one year for the premises on rean - sireei, ana lor longer, ii required, on the other property, at will he declared at the tale. For any further particulars that may be necettary, apply to JOHN THOMPSON, JAMES BOO R.MAN, Jan 50 9t Executors III Uk' I.Vjik n ,M 21 years, House aod Lot No. 88 Front - street, near Old slip. House end Lot No. .63 Roosevclt - ttrsct, and if new building should be erected on the lott, they will be valued and paid for at the expire tion of the lease, - or a new lease given. Also, several lott in the Sixth, Eighth and Tenth Wardt For particulars enquire at No. 30 Chatham street . Jan 19 2w Q Two' tedNot. 37 i KEAL ESI A I K FOR SALE. 2 - story brick houtet and lott, titua - k 39 Vesey - ttreet Also, a house and lot No. 11 Bowery, nea' Chatham - square, 44 feet front by 125 deep. All on accommodating terms. For particulars apply at No. 332 Greenwich - tt. jan 15 tf t:t,tTMTRY SKAT rOH HA I.E. fi!ii AT Jamaica, on Long Island, Queens County, late the residence of John Troup, Eq. d - ceatrd. On the premise areagooi two story frame houte, bam, and other out - buihi - ingsi 28 acret of land in a iroodsta'e for cd - tivation 28 acres of wood land, ola line thrif ty growth for fencing and timber i and a lot of I 7 acres salt meadow. On this property are two arm e orchards, and a variety or other trim trees. Jamaica being one of the most flourish ing villages on the Island, tenders th.s proner ty desiratiie lor a genueman retiring irwm uu tineas. For particular apply to M 1HTMIS, 148 P. arl - st or to JOHN ft ROBT TROLP, jan 9 tf onthepremi.es. VALUABLE PHOPEKJT LY B HO AD - WAY FOR SALE. On Tuesday tha 3d Feb. at 12 o'clock, KUllat tha Tootint Coffee House, by D. DUN - HA.'I, that valutble property in Broadway, known at Not 60 sod 62, directly opposite the property of R. Uoox, esq. On the premises are two very coorenicot brick houses io good rs - ..; ...wl ra lmrable (or small familie. In ih - .r rrnutinran XeW - strtet arc two trilmet hon, Noe. 2J and 25. producing an annual rwt o($iiS. Ine Htoatioa of this valuable proper - ty it too well known to require a further description. Thedimentioot are 34 feet 7 inihes in front oo Broadway, 23 fret 9 incht in the rear no New - street, and 126 feet deep. Further particular may be known at the auction store Terms at the ealo. Jan 24 Iw TO LET, From the first of May eext. a front count ing ro - m oa the second floor, together with the upp ion. J.nnntre No. 16, rta;l nrtet. jan24 tf frt - "If PATRICK nn.i.nv. hnkn Tr - lee, 10 the County ol Kerry, Ireland, in the yea iooj, win transom Mrs. ilznerry, 01 1 rak - e, hi addrett, it will be a particular adiantage to both partiet." Tralee, October, 1815. - - The above it inserted at the request of Mr. Dillon' triends. v. ..... 4 Any communication on the tubiect will be thankfully received and transmitted by - 4 flee 16 - BMM J . W. KOUKKS k LO. NOTICL. frt The undersigned rie notice, that thrr intend to apply to the Legislature of this state, at their next session, for an act to incorporate themselves and their associates into a company, in the city of New - York, under the style of Tl North River Steam - Boat Company," with a capital of six hundred thousand dollars. for the purpose of navigating with Steam Boats the watert of the North River. Dated the 22d day of December, 1817. . . lijwahu r. rmuaiuni, - , ROBERT L.' LI VINGSTOX. CHA3. ACO. DALE, . D. LYNCH, Junr. . dec ?t d6w AO I ICE. ,. - ft7 The Pacific Insurance Comnanv of New York have tliit day declared. a Dividend of twelve per cent on the capital Stock, payable ai uieir ouice, no. 4U wall - ttreet, on the li(Ui instant. By order of the Board of Directors. Jan5 1m WALTER R. JONES, Sec. iNOUCE. . . i jy Tha Subscriber, in bihall'of himself and hit associates, gives notice, tliat an application - .11 L - 1 1 . 1 t ,, . I , ' I . win no oinua io me noiioraiiie ine irgpiaiurcci this state, at its next session, for an Act to Incorporate a Bankm'.U a capital stock of Five Hun - tired Thousand Dollars, and wilhltavs to in crease it tp One Million ; to be located north) east of Ceekoian - street, iu the city of New - York, and to be called "The Franklia Bank of die city of New - York." j . Dated. New - York, 16th Dec. 181.v , By order of the Associates, ' , .j dec30tf NOAH BROWN, Sctfry; XEtt t OLE JASbHAAXE LOMPAJfY. The president and director have Um day declared a dividend ot five per cent on the capi tal stock ot the company lor the last six months, payable to the stockholders, or their legal repre sentatives, on aod after the 12th instant, at tbs office, No. 34 Wall - ttreet. : . - ,'.? jan5 lm C. G. 5HIPMAR, tec'ry.i NATIONAL INSURANCE - COMPANY.' The President and Directors of the Nation al Insurance Company, have this day declared a diyi iend of fifteen per cent on their capital stock, for their last six months payable to t!)e stock holders, or their legal rep esentatives. on and after Thursday the 15th inst. ; 1 jan 5 tFebl ' JOHN J. JONES, SecrV: NEW - YORK MREMtlH lNSURANVL; COMPANY. , ;.' (tj - The Capital Stork of the Company hav - sng ny a new subscription been reinst. ted to the lull turn of Eire hundred thovtand Dollart which, is amply tecured, are now ready to receive applications for Eire and Afartne fniiirnnce tvt their Office No. 66 Wall - ttreet. The Ofiict) eolicils the patronage of the public in the conttdence that adequate protection will ne anoraed to tbe assured and all lotset be promptly adjusted. . By or - Jer ol the board ol Directors, Jan 6 lm WM. M'XEAL, Se MECHANICS' BANK. . . j QT" The Stockholder are iu formed that it Dividend of four and and a hall' per cent will be paid on the first day of February next. . By order of the President and I lirectort, . Janll lm W. FISH, Cashier. Eagle Eire .Company if few - York. NOTICE is hereby given thai a dividend for the last six months of feur and a h.df per cent, outhernpitnl StVx k, of tl.it Company hat. he - en declared, and will be paid to the stockhol den on the 15th intf. Jan 5 lm JOHN IJ. MEYER, Fee. v 1 1 in - Oy - Alltiersont having demand t again! tho ettate of the lute Thomas Cooper, deceased, are requested to pretent the same. And nil per - sont indebted to the said ettate ere requested tu make payment to the subscriber. ii mi' QitinTitronsi ni.iwu i, giiniti i.uui. Jan 10 lm Administratrix. , - ELr.QAJVT POHT iBLr. DESK, her A LONDON made rote - wood, Writing Deck, richly bra. 1 1 und. finished in n "superior style of convenience, with port folio, candlesticks, ic Will be sold cheap Also, two handsome dressing cases, an elegant tea cadv, and t. day or night telescope, i Apply to AMBROSE CrtANE, . . Jan 23 61 135 Broadway. EVELKK.V4 BOVVER, at arranged and sung by Jtfr. PHILIPPS, it now ready lor ale at J. A. Si II. GEIB'S Mauc Stow, 23 vlaiden - lano. , , , . , jan 10 tf . . . A HOUSE.,. To be sold and Dotiessioo given belbre the 1st of May neat ti required, a modern built substantial bnck house, three ttories high, (with several accommodations and conveniences which make it an agreeable dwelling for a genteel 14 - mily) situated in tlie most wholesome part of this city, and having a pump of excellent" water within the lot t tbe property a lee Minpte, ana free from all incumbrance. V not - sofd at private tale before tbe 15th of February next, it will then be told at auction on the ICih andjbl - followins day. Alto, a Complete let of carpet. elegant lurniture, bottehold utensils and various effects, particularly a choice collection of bonk. by C. t. UN I Al.L, to whom appty - ior particulars, at bit auction room, No, 135 Walec street, comer of Pine. ' jan 7 lm . - . ' ' ' "" e TV LET, . , ' For one or more years a two "lory bricK Iwu - e in Stuyvetant - ttreet, nenrly opposite St. Markt Church, containing eiht room, a lar - p kitchen,, serv at ts room, cellar, pantries, lie. m complete order fonhe reception of a genieel family - with a garden and yard of about Iw anil half acre ol land, containing a variety of the nest fiuit tree, asparagu and hot bed, 4ic. tit. to'ether with a wood bouse, carriage house aod table. 'Kent will be reasonable, and posse - tion ca - i be had the first day of ApriL Apply between U and z o'cioca, on the premites, to NICHOLAS WM. 8TU YVES ANT.' Jan 24 3w . O TO LIT. r ' For a terra of years, the bouse and lot N. at Broadway, at present occupied by thj Miss Kintey', a a boarding boute. For parti cular enquire of ' - ROI1ERT L. LIVINGSTON, Clermont. .t janStFl e UR SALE OK IO LEASE, On accommodating term - , a number of water and budding lots, near aud adjoining tbt) navy - yard, at Brooklyn. . For particulars, quire of ' ' ' cAAltC.U tv A IS 9, jan 22 tf Brook'ytt. - L f CMl SAI.r., r"ot"T,t?" m?,? - ?" " TT A BhlcK HOUSE aod Lot Nov U Bowerv S I ABLE in the rear togeth er with tbe LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and lit leet on each ide. ' HOUSE anJ LO f No. 37 Vesey - jtreet : and House and Lot No. 39 Wtey - etrcet. A BOND and MORTGAGE tor 1200 dollar, do ard . .do . . for .750 ., do, do and - do for 4M ' do ' Oavalnable property in the city of jVew York. 'Ibe interest has always been punctually paid. - r For particulars inqiri'e at - the o:Tice of STF.PIiE - N P. LAMOINE, dec 10 tf . o. 27 WafUtreet.

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