The Evening Post from New York, New York on January 29, 1818 · Page 1
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r rv n - j rev i i - J - U i .XL. Vi. 4 EVE WING POST. . - I . t - rf . J easxssxssa. w TnFK la??" 1 f ' ' ' ' Thursday, January; 29, isis. .'V; - .V ; r. '" no. 42 pine - street. v.V,,fi AT THE Sllil' - XAnu if " A SLOOP, now build'mg or the best rfK materials, about 100 ton.; timbers of Uve locust and cedar, bottom plank JkiU oak, built on purpo for lU. A1U - oy trade. calculated for . nrt " a. .any trade where dispatch, burthen, and ( nf water is required. " A w.'iasua SCHOONER, oftftooe, v will draw bat. Lttle waUr, with a ! 'JVhrd throuih the centre of her a expec eu pi So calculated fR for Tuverpooi or London truths! VW be finished to suit the P 'J'"" - nlank. Alto, timber ,.ed to l, . rnrrtx ' t j bars SL Domio - t rr. received per thr. HpsrtaB, lor pie by LE R0 PAARU wu Jan O "iTalcutta goods. (J BliSoJi Cbittabolly.C.IHpaity Cossum, CUodpore,ComocoUy, Johanna and Luckipore. , Sannabs Jellalpora and Mow. Chks - Gillahs, Romls,&c. - forssleby CHS. L. OGDJ.N and AHUM uuuui, janfl Washington street. COT i Ol J unlet uin iiuj vji - . too. landinr, and for sale by SAUU ALLEY. 8 Pine - street. IN STORE. . i I . . I It oilli I . .T 32 halo Sea - Iiland Cotton. Apply at above. Jan 9 . of; Straits brandy. Pipes Cette Brandy, entitled to deben tre, for sal. by CHAgL. 0f;DF ABRM. OGDEN, jan 7 Washington - streel. n i'OHACCO. 30 hhds. old Richmond .nliirrji. will be landed tomorrow from k .rkrumrr Hoo. from Richmond. For ?ale br ROBERT GILLESPIE, 112 Front - street ill IT S I C. r.r. Uu Snne. Out - tt. a sons by Mr. Fhi r linn at iha - Vork Theatre, for sale al Wm. DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store, No. 128 Bsoadway. Behold in hit soil expreuive face Tho' love is warm awhile Tis but fancy's skotcb Is there a heart that oetr lov'd . In vain mav that bosom lost quite deplore JVty early day what joys was thine Lor's young dream This blooming rose at early dawo llohin Adair BeHUtiful Maid ' Let ame sound the trumpet iladlahenrt Kvtleen's Bower Dear maid I love thee ' Ah sure a paia was never teea Said a smile to a tear Sigh pot (or love ' ' M hnri vith love h beatior The celebrated serenade of " Liilacome down Bird Duett ' ito Flora' wreath. With a large assortment of new mosK. sX ' X Lmr MILL SAWS. ttc. A8. SMALL invoice of X cut Mill and Pit Saws, S. and C. S. f.r sale by ANDERSON Si SHEARER, 131 Water - street Who have in Store, Hand, ripping and dove tail Saws, bran and v iron oacas Cast Steel ChisseN and Gouges ' Mortice Chinela and Drawine Knives ' Patent Carolina & Virginia Hoes, No. 1 1 S 4 wrought nails, 4d,d, ou, iim, 12, s zud Brass and copper wire, of all sizes Rolled and Sheet Brats, Brass Pans ' London Pins, No. 3 1 - 2, 4, 4 1 - t, S Hardware and Japanned Ware, assorted fo the country tnde ' Engravers' Copper, in plate of all sizes, jan 12 IT'Oll SALE, the caraoof the hipCrirte. cap - V tain HgoDhrevs, from Citcutta, and now landing at the foot of Liberty - street, consisting of r.sti India oegar Cotton Ginger t Block Tin Gam Shellack ' Gum Copal Goat Skins of a large size Seine Twine and Gunav Burs Also for sale, India Muslins of almost every Also, mall quantity of Rattans, and Odor of Roses. For sale t - y jan T ROBERT LENOX. RICE fc TOBACCO 150 tierces prime new Kice 13 hhds Kentucky Tobacco, tG bhds old and S3 do new Virsinla do Now landing from different vessels, for sale by fflOB CCO. - 20hhd.tobocco, will belnd JU ed tomorrow from the schooner Elisa, irom reiersDurg rr siie by ROBERT GILLESPIE, janlS' 112 Front - street. f 'Wl iu - ftiv crop. Drime. suitable sot manuracturing, will be sold in parcels to accommodate parchascrs. Also, a few bale of old crop Enquire 148 ti - Hi,p nun. an B TWO Jan 21 cases changeable Synchewa, for sale MARCH ft LOW, . v tlOl Broadway A COXSTANT supply of ground planter of , ii. ra oarreis, smubie lor Ihe souihero 0rd ith Walter Sexsen, No, 174 "ont - street, corner of Burling - slip, will be - - i"'; urauea to. JOHN BYER9, Jan oofllarrkon - street, North River. Di:4 AALV V' - 'W chKMrM Liverpo. ' i" v.m oi a very superior quatiiy is .?"nlf 'f0 00 """rd the ship Hffrcolei, ly 7 '?.T : "u pf rikc - shp. Orders for these JSth " , P" attended to, by applying either on t - oard ort lhe Coal yard of the iut 7i ! V" 74 front . treet, vrho has constant - j - ! a iar - e supply of Coal, of every de cnption, and for sak by . Jan O 6t - ALEX ERASER. ..Aiiir.KS Ku.sia r cnl.r, ct sport nual - c!' - T? quantities to suit purchasers, at p.. - . .irrtl. JuBli j I A DKl RAW! .N K London j - arlicnUv M a - AvX deira wine of the most approved brands, w pipes, bhd. and quarter casks, it for immeJi. e use and well worth the attention of private nrai.ies Will be sold at reasonable prices, and quantities to suit purrhasni, by fi LAURIES, 29 5oot8 - st. jan 9 S FINK THTNE 5U00 Ihs. ln,i;T - ,u ' 3Wd da English Seine do of superior quali - Wh V e,,ral assortment of other Twine, and f r .i T u S1) l''"'ws io sun purrnasen, 78 Pezrl - iUeet 71 LOUR, COTTON", A delphia flour . 21 bales upland cotton, new crop 8 do New - Orleans do do 5 ton lignum vitv 15 tuba German steel 2 pipes red port wine - , 11 Lbds do do do : 5 hbda white do do ' 3 qr. casks do do do I bhd Madeira wine 11 qr. casks do do . 37 boxes superior claret (1 dot. each) An invoice of lace veils, cotton lace, ftc. , An invoice of Dutch toys for sale by ' BOBEBT GILLESPIE jan 7" lit Front street. MUiKETS, , I'APKo, . 60U0 MuMUiU - atilled to Debenture 13 boxes well atsortesl Tapes, Noll to 25 X ceroous 1st quality FkMant Indigo 4 boxes Flaxen Lionea 2 bbls. White Lead, for sal by JVC. ZIMMERMAN, Jan 8 1m Ne. 72. Washington - street WINE, OIL, KAPER.ftc 130 qr. casks nod 200 hair do dry Malaga Wine 5 qr cults and 40 half do sweet do very old latt no (joimenar oo 300 hi If chests Sweet Oil, 30 bettics each 100 boxes do do 12 bottles each 60 bales. Italian foolscap and letter Paper 50 do Gaxette do large size 9 cases Fe Hats IS cases Liquorice Paste 1 box O - tnch Feathers, 1 do Chip Hats 3 di Manna in flakes Mart le Stabs, veined and statuary, assort ed sizes, for pier tables, ftc. A few boxes very superior Anchovies and olives 500 Marble Mortars, from 10 to 24 inch 10 bbls Furs, consisting of Wild Cat, Raccoon, Fox, Muskrat, and uuer fckins Gunny Bags, ftc For sale by CHAS. L. OG DEN, and ABR. OGDEN, jan 12 Washington - street, .STRAITS BRANDY. rpWENTY five pipes Cette Brandy, for sale X by tJHAS L. Uuutuii and ABR. OGDEN, Jan 9 ' Washington - street I.OAV V I.UMPMJIJAR. tic. - f s Hhds and 40 bUs 1st and 2d qualify loaf X td sugar 15 hhds and 60 bbls 1st & 3d qual. lump sugar 20 bbls suar house sugar 100 lares pieces reilned surv, and a few hhdJ sugar house molasoes, vr sale by Jan 21 75Wall - st. SHOES ft BOOTS. JUST received 40 packages among whkb are J 3 cases sveilingtoo Boots 2 do do do do do do Ladies do 4 4 4 2 1000 Morhasons Cork Sole Shoes Ladies walking do Men's coarse - Bovs do do Kid suitable for the southern or West India market 2500 do women's Leather Those, toe - ether with a reoeral assortment of Ladieo. Muses and cmiciteirs morocco, oiacn and colored Roane, are offered for sale on re as onable terms by THOS. WITT, no. xu rcnn - vircQi. Likewtie 10 boxes first quality Cod Fish. Jan IS lm SOUCHONG ft KAMPOY t'EAs. in boxes and cannisters. 33 and 24 lbs each, entitled to debentoie, for sale at 64 South - street, by CAMBRELENU C;fEAUSON, jan S ' ' rpOBACLO td hhds new crop Tobacco, of X excellent quality, landing Irom schr. Holla, irom Hiinmond, ror sale ry D. BETHUNE ft CO. Jan 6 92 Coflee House - slip. ENGAL INDIGO 7 cases 1st quality, en titled to debenture, for sale by JACHcON 4: WOOLLEY. Jan 15 75 Wall - street FLAXSEED, FLOl'R. ftc bU tierces Flax V seed, landing from schooner Nancy, from Baltimore, frr sale by D. BETHUNE ft CO. 92 C. H. slip, AIo landine. 159 bis supf. Flour, principally Gallego's li'd 3 oaies seine l wine. jan '19 USKE IS and FOWLING PIECES, eoti - Vl t)ed to dnbenture. 13 cases British Muskets, witli bayonets and scabbards complete, 5 do do Fowlinz Pieces. Jest received per Carolina Ann, from Liverpool, for sale by jan 9 ' P REMSEN ft CO. 28 South - st 150, RICE. tierces prime new rice, received per ship Radios from Charleston, and for sale by li. BETHUNE ft fJO. Jan 10 92 Coffee - House slip. TJUUk CHOCOLATE 50 bis. 1st proof JLSL New Ram 80 boxes UiWt Boston Chocolate No. 1 For sale by JACKSON ft WOOLLEY, jan 13 75 Wall - street nt LL 628 bbls. Richmond sauf. Fi - ur 37 hbds prime new crop Rschsnond, princi pally large aad leafy, now landing from schr i nomas, and in store, lor sate ny Jan 6 BOORMAV ft JOHNSTON. 1nkRVG4X)DS - 2 Ahepard's super blue mJ and black cloths 4 cases 9 - 8 cambrsckt 2 do cotton hosiery 1 do checked bdkls. just landed from the Heresies, and for sale by HURD ft SEWALL, 65 South - street Also received by lata arrivals, 8 cases fine bins and black London cloths 10 do japanned and plated hats 6 do men's super London do. Jan 23 Of k tVLffE ft WHITE LE.1U. W JJ qr casks old Sherry wine 29 casks white lead, dry For sab by JAMES G. KING ft CO. Jan 20 .81 Pine - st. irVHJft lhoiuanil fimin Kim. InrsaM h t1 CELlKA CUMING, Jan 21 76 Pearl - street 7 110100, RUM, c. Cases first qoatity Bengal indigo (entitled to debenture) 20 Mid and 100 barrels first proof new rum 30 pipes Gray's brandy, 1st ft 4th proof 70 bags race ginger fendtled to debenture) 50 k - s ground do. first quality 80 boxes Hill's Boston chocolate, No. 1 ft 2 50 do Waite's do do 150,000 Spannh segars, in half and quart boxes 20 bales firt quality St Domingo tobacco 4 do Danish lambs' wool 150 krg? Philadelphia starch, fresh from the factory 80 cvks English refined salt petre 10 boxes suirwcaody For sale bv JACKSON k WOOLLEY.. Jan 23 75 Wall st A LEXNDRIA FLOUii t0 hainils so . perfine Flour, landing from scfir, Jersey trots Alexandria, for sale bv V. act tjy i. . . j. Jan 20 92 Cofltc - tlouse Slip, QHINGLES - ftc 100,000 X2 iocb;les, kJ llMW W.O. Barrel Staves, lor sale by R. ft C. W. DAVENPORT ft CO. Jan (1 H AM P AUN E A few cases still and spark - J ling Champagne, in cases of one and two dosen each, just received and for sale by . - HENDERSON 4c CAIRNS, 81 Pine - st. ' JVATOflft, London Particular Jtfadaira Wine, in bhds. and quarter casks; Leoville and Rauzan CUrcL of the vintage of 1812. Jant7 . STOCK OF HAKDWARE,kc. RICHARDS ft TAYLOR, in order to close their hardware concern, offer tor tale the remainder of their Hardware. Faster and Mili tary goods, at vr.ry reduced prices, for cash or atMroved paper And. to let or lease, the tower part of their Store and Cellar JanSInQ rJlHFt Society for the Promotion of Industry' JL have at present for sale at the rooms in Anthony - street, and at 112 William - street, ma trasses of different sizes for families and for ship's births ; comfortables of different sizes ; linen and other shirts of various qualities for men and boys ; check and flannel do ; and stout home ma le cloth over - frocks for carmen; thread of different colours for sewing, knitting and for shoemakers' e. Also, twine anil knit bouse cloths. A great variety of articles for ladies' and chil dren's use. Orders are received at the House of. Industry, and at No. 112 William - street, and carefully attended to by the manager, four of rlmm remain in the hnn - e Irom 10 till two o' clock every day except Saturday. TV" It is earnestly wished by the members ol the society that the c tizens should visit the houe of mdnitry, anj jud;e lor themselves of the be - ncfit it is calculated to afford to indigent females Jan 27 I w" . MEOH vMC HAL1 Evzai Evasive this wkkk.. TtffR. STANISLAS' arrangement with Me If I. rhjnic Hall huvinir nearlv expired, lie lias but a few evenipfjs more of displaying toij the enliirhtened citizens uf New - York, that dark and mystic science, which for centuries has astonished the worM, and led nuny to be lieve the aid of supernatural influence, to which he has combined many SrieiH.fic Ex periinenis on Electricity, Gas, Mechani,ni, Stc. His acknowledired snperioi iiy bv those ho luve been eve of his unrivalled talt nts, renders a pompous advertisement un necessary, for tliev need ontv see. to be con vinced that he is what Europe has acknuwi; edtred Master of the profession." Tickets one l)olJr. The room will be kept warm. jan 27 3t NOTICE. ftJ" The creditors ol Clayton k Fanshaw are requesiea to pr?rent ineir arcnunis in ine sunwrri ber. reeularlv proved, on or before the 10th Feb next All accounts that are not presented by mat tune win oe rxciuoio uio nenciu i a inn dend. ALKXK. BKEMN KH, Assignee, Jan2leodtrl0 131 Fronl - street. jy OBERT WAI'I'E, Jun. has the pleasure It of infbrmmir his numerous tnenus and customers, that, he has made a considerable contract in the MILFOKD ft OWEGO ROA I) LOKTERY Authorized by the States of New - York and New - Jersey. To commence drawing the 5th May, and to be completed in 1 wkstt Uats. SCHEME. , ,1 prize of 70,000 Dollars 1 do ' " 33,000 do - 2 do 10,000 do 3 do 5,000 do 10 do 1,000 do 30 do ' 500 do 140 d 100 do 3200 do . 30 do 8386 Prizes not two Blanks to a Prize. Only Ten Thousand Tickets. Tickets $30 1 Quarters $7 50 H. Ives 15 J Eighths 3 75 Two tickets io this lottery may gain the enormous sum off 105,000. This circumstance alone renders it superior to every other lattery in the United States. Tho object of this lottery is to facilitate the intercourse between the western parts of the slate of New - York and this city. As it has a tendency to increase the resources and wealth of a state and city already pre - mineht ia the union, it will doubtless meet with the approbation and encouragement of all the citizens. ROBERT WA1TE, J unit. . Jan 23 tf 13G Broadway. CAM f AGNES MEiViOMABLES OLS r RAN - CAIS, EN Egypte en Italic, en Hollande en Alia maque,en Prosse, eo Pologne, en Espasne, eo Russie, en Saxe, etc. par F. Roullion, petit Cheque peuple, a son tour, a l.rille sur la terre, Par les loif , par les arts, et surtout par la guerre. Volt. The ahove work in two volumes folio, comprising an account of the late wars in Europe, embellished with upwards of forty elegant engravings, among which are representations ot the distinguished buttles, fought at Austerlitz, Marengo, Moscow, Lcipsic, ic. tc. he. with (I t portraits of the principal characters concerned, just received from Pans, and for sale by - , PETER A. MESIER, Jan 28 1w No. 23 Wail street. fTi. Hnutc and Lot Jo. 1 18 Pearl ttrttt tsiul This valuable situated Store and Dwrl - ling Home will be sold at auction at the Tontine Coffee House, on Wednesday (to morrow.) The store is now occupied by Mesrs. Arthur Tappan ft Co. Tlie house is a convenient residence for a family, aud may be converted into upper stores end offices at small expence. For pnrttcnlarv apply to the auctioneers, or at No. 30 Wall street. p. L. Mills co. Ian 27 Auctioneers EOK HALE, ' An unexpired lease of 4 vears from the 1st oi Mav next of the house and lot No. 287 Broadway, corner ol Keed street,opiosite Wash itigtoo Hail The lower part is dt ided into two stores, completely fitted with shelves, ftc. and are eligible situations lor business of any kind. For terms apply at the Collector's office. No. 2, oo the basement tkmt of the Gity Hall, between the hours of 10 and 4, until tlie 2d day of February nei.. Jnn 37 6t slf - l COUN TRY SEAT FOR SALE, sjEjlMt Wallabout Point, Long - Island, late the residence of capt. Lambert Schenck, deceased. On the premises is a large spacious dwelling - home and out - buildings in proportion 24 acres of lnd in the highest state of cultivation ; CIO or CO acres of wood - knd if required by the purchaser) For'partictilars apply to Leonard tileecker, 37 Wall - st J Martin Schcok. juu'r. New - York ' 76 South - street, ) Martin Schenk, Wallabout. Jan 27 lm TO I.F.T. rlS From 1st February until May next, a par lour ndtwo bed - rooms in the upper part of No. 151 Chamber - street, with kitchen, Ac. ftc Erquire on the premise. . Jan 27 lw TO BE LET, And iamedia'e possession given, that rpa - ciou three story brick hmie, No. 30 Liberty - strecv we" calculated lor a hoarding house. Aprlyt" SAMUELS. GOOD EAR, Jan 27 lOt 120 Water - iteeet. . 'OK HALE. i:S ' The two story frame House and Lot of ground No. 73 Broome street, the corner of blizaleth - 8treet, with a stable in th - rear. ALSO, a modern three storj brick House and Lot handsomely situated within the vil ugeot isewbtirgu trie house is large and commodious and well calculated from its re tired, healthy and elevated situation (having a fine view of the river and the adfucent country) tor a ttmiry who wish - to desirable a situation on the North River. Price low and possession gi?cn th' first of May riext ALSO tor Sale or to Lease, 5 avenue lots. situated on the First Avenue, between North and First - streets. ALSO to Lease for a number of years, 15 building lots fronting on the First Avenue and r irsi - sM - eet. ror furtliei particulars, apply to CORNS. DU HOIS, jan 20 lm 36 Front - street DC S.U.E A I' JtUCTiOJS; At the T. C. H. on the 1st dar of March waii Mir niiiij jm;iuiiim5 iu vnc vi iuc late Dr. Isaac Ledyard, situated one mile south of the village - of Newtown, Lone Island. The Willianisbureh tnrnnike runs throw: h the Farm. on one sideofwhich is anew excellent stone wall. half a mile in lenjrth The farm .contains about 150 acres, 15 ol which is a fine Wood Lot with two apple orchards, one old. the other just becin - uing to hear well, and a suitable proportion of good salt meadow. 'I he mansion timise is large and convenient, four rooms ou each floor, with a good kitchen and cellars ; attached is a large barn, cno, lien houu im - ike house, well, and i ne w cistem. c. Thecourt yard and garden coo tain a variety of fruit trees and shrubbery, a large asparagus ! ed, raspberries and currants, Also a t All;i adjoining the noove, contain - me aiiout sixty acres : attached to which is ane - uual proportion of bait Meadow, and a lot of young wood, situated within less than a mile of the larra, containiii' ten acres, with a farm house, barn. well, earden. ftc. Likewise A Lot ol Land, lying at Sprinfield, south vl the village of Jamaica, containing be - tw eeo four and liv acres, on which are about a dozeiriarze cliesuut trees, suitable fortencing, 1 Ito above lands wi'l be all regularly surveyed, and maps of the same exhiliiteu some time previous to, and at the sile, and disposed of by the acre, wnn me buildings (hereon, inclusively. fost'ssiAn tnven on ihe first o' April. For lurther particulars, apply at 49 Dcy - street, jnn u las - knk The Store No. 131 Front - street, an ex ccllcut stand for a Grocer. For further particu lars inquire of RIPLEY ft WELD, mv 1 1 ty t rnnt street. tOti S.HLE tli IX) LEA HE. Lots in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Wards; many oi unich are oo regulated and paved streets. No money wiil he required under ten years, it sold, interest excepted. HOUSES. Several two and thrt e story houses, on which a great part cl the money remain on morignge. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent stand for business, with ten acres ot land, pleasantly situated, with a wharl, store house and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40nrresofland, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may be erected, with a sufficiency of water for each. Apply nt io. x ureenwicn - street, jan 13 tf ' i TO LET, Two new, neat and convenient two - story brick front homes, situate in Allen - street, uext to the Bill - Alley, tor terms apply to . JAMES'KNOX, Jan 28 I v - - - ... 27 Orchard - st. sr"! fOli ti.4LE. iijj! The lot No. 312 Water - street, 24 feet 10 inches front and rear, and 75 feet deep. On said lot is two wooden buildings. ALSO, The two story frame honse and lot of sround in Grand - street, next Io the corner oi Orchard - st net. For particulars, inquire at 27 lloosevelt - ttreel. jan Z4 IW fVfl FO SALE, inlJ The House nnd Lot No. 101 Liberty - st. Depth 34 leet, breadth 25. Depth ot tlie lot 107 feet. Those who may wish to purchase property of this discription, can at any time view tlie premises, and terms of sale may be agreed on, by application to POTT k M'KINNE, dec 31 66 South - street OEVK HALE, The house and lot of ground No. 18 Rofe - street ; the lot is 25 foot front and rear and 100 feet deep ; the house a brick front, sides and rear hired in with brick, and bmlt in the most substantial manner. For further particulars enquire of A. STEENBACK, Jan 26 2w No.. 334 Broadway. iHfl The lot No. 139 Flv - market. runnrnp through to Fletcher - st'ree', with the buildings thereon, consisting of, on Fly - maiket a 3 story brick House, built and finished in the best manner, 45 feet deep on Fletcher - street, a substantial 3 story brick fir proof store. The abo ecan 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 froi.t and rear i would make sn excellent building lot At pre sent rents for $700 and taxes will command much more. Also, the Houie and Lot of Ground 276 Wa. ter - street an excellent stand, 12 or 13 feet front and rear, and 70 feet deep. Also to let, the house No. 42 Liberty - street, suitable for a store - house. Apply to ANTHONY TRAPPAN, Jan 20 I w 139 Fly - market. MO S.4LE, A VERY DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE. The sobscriher offers lor sale his house and a - bout 8 acres of Land in Flushiigon Long Hand. II miles from New - York. The bouse is mrsv and very convenient lor a genteel family and commands aa extensive and beantifui prospect. The stable, carriage bouse, wood bouse, poultry house, ftc. recently built. The buildings and fences are in excellent repair, and lately pointed. The "at den is large and well storked with a variety of fruit, and the orchard with the best kinds of apples pears, ire. Near the hortse are two well" of excellent srater and a new cistern, all with good pumps this pUce is very conveniently situated, there being conveyances, bv good stages or packets to nnd from New - York every day, except Sundays. For further particulars and terms of sale apply to JOHN ASriN WALL, . Jan 26 1m - No. 123 Pearl street FOR SALE, The lease which has 16 years to run of the iioue and lots at present occupied by the Rev. Doctor Mason. The House contaius 15 moms with fire places, and two without besides store - room, wine - room, vaults, smoke house itod other accommodations. Enquire at No 41 Warren street. Jun 17eoutFeb OW TUESDA r, The 3d day of February next at twelve i i.w.k, will hesoldat pnblic auction, at Ihe Ton - tin - Colfre House, by IIOBEUT M'MENNO - MV. the two slonr brie It frt houe, bakery, Inbieand lot of ground, No. 134 Reed - strect, the fourth house below Hi:don - srnf t j lie 101 1 feet front aad resr, and 75 ft. deep, aad is rent ed this year lor t40O aad taxes. itrm, which will be liberal, will be made known st tbe time r ulnr h. ihe auctioneer, on application. Title indisputatle. Jaa27tS ' tCEl for Sale, Lease, or Lei, aw That pleasantly situated place, on the roadleadiog to Kiug's - bridge, by way of llarlzm - lane, known as Koe e - MUl. 1 be avenue to iia. jcomb's bridge runs a few rods in the rear T it, renderinr the premises very desirable, as the house, in consequence, shews two fronts. The garden, and about two acres of meadow, are well slocked with fruit and shrubbery, asparagus beds, currants, ftc. The house and coach - house are in good condition, and with small expense can be made a very genteel country retreat. 1 he terms will be made easy. ALSO, That very genteel two - storv house, stable and two lots of ground, situated in Bank - st, Green wich ; at present occupied by George Lindsay, Esq. Apply at 55 Broadway ; or, to CHARLES OAKLEY, jan 15 lm 141 Front - street. A r JtLllAbLK EA KM, To be sold or exchanged for property in New - York. The subscriber being in' a very low state of1 health, and having very litt'e hopes of recovery. offers for sale his farm at Barbadoes neck, coun - iv vi sycibiif siiwisssiik a vuui viic iiuiiui vjis aiii thirty five acres of arable, meadow and wood land. 1 his larra lies on tlie man road between New - York and Newark, about half a mile this side of Newark Bridge. It is in a very hizhttate of cultivation, and is not suresed by any other in the vicinity oi jew - iom, as a vainaoie and aerceabie residence, either tor the larnier or pri vate gentleman. The dwelling house, though small, is neat and well Gnished, and the fences, gates, barns, stables, and other out - bouses, are in excellent order and well planned. In front ol ine nonse, ooroering on we public roaa. is a handsome and well stocked garden, and on Ihe premises is a young and thriving orchard, containing a choice selection of the best graited fruit trees. A more particular description of the pro perty ii thought unnecessary, as those disposed to purchase will view the premises. I ne title is in disputable. For particulars, aoplv to the sub scn!er, No. Ib8 Pearl - street, or to Mr. Andrew smith, near ine premises. nov 14 tf KUol.ftT SI UAtt I . STOKAGE. Storage may be had on the first Coor of the store No. 29 South - street, which will save the expense of hoisting. dec 26 TO LET. And immediate possession riven, the house No. 9 Pearl - street, toretlier with the sta ble and Coach House in the rear on Bridge - st. The premises are in complete repair and have every convenience necessary lor ine accoromo . . . r r ( . , - . I . aauon oiaianniy. ror panic uiura uiiit i ort2H L. BR A DISH. tfTi VALUABLE REAL tROfERTY. linJJJ The following property, part of tlie real estate of James R. Smith, Esq. deceased, will be sold nt auction, on tnday, theaiMhday or Jan inst. at the Tontine Coffee House, at 12 o'clock by Messrs. D. Dunham ft Co. viz. The elegant large three story brick HOUSE and LOT No. 53 Broadway, with a brick stable and coach house in the rear, fronting on Lumber - street. The lot is 26 feet 3 inches front and rear, nnd 183 feet decpon both sides I he house is built in the most fashionable and substantial manner, and the whole property improved to the best advantage It is rented at present for 1800 dollars per annum and all the taxes. I he psemises can be viewed Milljhe day of sale, between tlie hours of 12 and Z o'clock. - The three storv brick House and Lot No. Zll Pearl - street, with a wooden house on the rear, fronting on Gold - ctreet No. 10 ; the lot 21 feet id i - z inenvs ironi snu rear, mm '. icn im.ii - es on One side, and 230 feet 2 inches on the other. The building on Pearl - street was erected by the deceased in me oesiano most sumnanuni manner; is very extensive, and comreodiously arranged Tlie situation tewell known as a very desirable one for the wholesale drygood or hardware business. The dwelling part of the house Can be viewed between the hours of 11 and 12 o'clock. The four story fire proof brick Store and Lot o. So south street, occupied ny Messrs. irs uay ft Co. with the right of the wharf in front of it - Dimensions unknown, will oe declared at me sale. ' ' The 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 kits formerly belonging to Carlile Pollock, being each 20 feet front and rear : No. 19. 93 feet deep on both sides and No. 20, 93 reel o inch' es on the southerly side, aud 94 feet on the north erlv side. The title to the whole of this property is indisputable. It is sold under full powers given to the executors by the will. Ten per cent of tlie ourcbase money to be said down. 23 1 - 3 pcrct. on delivery of the deeds, aod the remaining 2 - 3ds can remain on mortgage, lor one jear hw uic premises on fearl - street, and for longer, u required, on tbe other property, as will be declared at the sale. For any further particulars that may De necessary, appryto JOHN THOMPSON, or JAMES BOORMAN, Jan 20 9t Executors IO BE LEASED for 21 years, Honse and Lot No. 88 Front street, near Old slip. House snd Lot No. 53 Roosevelt - street, and if new buildings should be erected oo the lots, they will be valued and paid ror at ine expira . .1 , , - l inn oi ins tease.or a new ieaw given. Also, several lots in the Sixth, Eighth and Tenth Wards For particulars enquire at No. 30 Chatham street. Jan 1 lm HEAL E - I AI E FOR SALE. fE Two 2 - story brick houses and lots, situa Nos. 37 ft 39 Vesey - strset AUo, a house and lot No. 11 Bowery, near Chatham - square, 44 feet fpmt by 125 deep. All on accommodating term. For particulars ap ply at No. 332 Greenwirh - t Jan 15 tr rfvl CoUJfl'RY HEAT HtR HALE, EiKifl AT Jamaica, on Long Island, Queens Countv, late tbe residence of John Troup, Eaq d ceased. On the premises are a rood two storv frame house, barn, and other out - build ingsi 23 seres of land in a good stae for cul tivation i 28 acres of wood land, of a fine thrif ty srrowth for fencing and timber ; and a lot of 7 acres sail meauow. m una propeny arc two apple orchards, anu a variety or orner iruu trees. Jamaica being one of the most flourish ing villages on the Island, renders tins proper ty desirable for a gentleman retiring irom du - i siness. For particulars apply to M. D1TMIS, 148 P. arl - st. j or to . JOHN ft ROOT TROUP, jin g tf on tbe premues. VALUABLE PROPERTY Uf BROAD WAY fTJK tfT" On Tuesday the 3d t oo. ai i o cwca, BfTliJ st the 7 online Coffee House, by D. DUN - tu ti. that valuable property in Broadway, known as Nos 60 and 62, dimtly opposite the property of R, Lenox, esq. On the premises are two very convenient brick houses in good re - nair. and very desirable for small families. Io the war. floating on New - street are two frame booes, Nos. 23 and 25, producing an annual rent of $K5. The sttuatMMs of tun vaiuahle property is too well knows Io require a further description. Tbe dimensions are 34 feet 7 inches in front on Broadway, 23 foet 9 inches in tho rear on ew - stneer, arvi 130 iei oeep. runner particulars may be known at the auction store - Terms at the sale, Jan 24 lw TO LET, Froa !he first of Mav next a f"tl count ing tuum on fhe second floor, together with the upper ions. Luqnre 10. li lean siretT. jsn?t tf IttT " If PATRICK DILLON, who left Tra - lee, in the County of Kerry, Ireland, in the tear 1803, wiil transmit Mrs. I'itiherry, of Tfalee, , his address, it will be a particular advantage to both Parties." Tinlee. October. 11S. The aliove is inserted at the request of Mr. , Dillon's iriends. Any communication on the suhiert will be ' thankfully received and traniitted by dee. lb' BENJ'N. W. ROGERS k CO. . NOTICE. ttfr The undersiered give notice, that IheV intend to apply to the legislature of this State, at their next session, for an act to incorporate themselves and their aisociates into a company, - in the city of New - York, under the snie of . The N"rth River Steam - Boat Company," ', with a capital of six hundred thousand dollars, for the purpose of navigating with Steam Boats , the waters of the North Uner. Dated the 22d day of December, 1817. - . , ' - SLU WAItU r. 1.1 V 1 CI.V, ROBERT L. LIVINGSTON, CHAS. AUG. DALE, D. LYNCH, Junr. dec 22 d6w .' AO I ICE. ft7" The Pacific Insurance Company ef New - . York have this day declared a Dividend of twelve ptrceut. on the capital Stock, payable. ai lueir onice, no. 4 Wall - street, on the .lata instant Uy order ol the Board of Directors. . J.m5 lm - WALTER R. JONES, Sec. NO 1 ICE. dr The Subscriber, in behalf of himself and bis associate?, gives notice, that an application,, will be made to the honorable the leg'ulatureof this state, at its next session, for an Act to incorporate a Batik with a capital stock of Five Hun - , ired Thousand Dcll.irs, and with leave to in - crease it to One Million ( to be located north' east of Beekman - street, in the' city of New - . York, and to be called "The Franklin. Bank ef the city of New - York.V f . Dated New - York, IflthDec 1817. , By order of the Associates, dec 30 tf NOA H BROWN, Scc'ry. AEfy - i OHK lMLhAXLE COwWr'.iJV i The president and directors have this day declared a dividend of five per cent on tlie capital stock of the company for the last six mouths payable to lbs stockholders, or their legal representatives, on and after the 12th iiulant, at the olfice, No. 34 Wail - street, jan 5 lm C. G. SHIPMAN, see'ry.' NATIONAL INSURANCE .COMPANY. - The President and Directors of the National Insurance Company, have this ilay declared a diyi :end of fifteen per cent on their capital stock, for their last six months payable to the stock holders, or their legal representative!, on and after Thursday the 15th inst. jan 5 tFehl JOHN J. JONES, Sccr'y ' NEW - YORK MKEMhN INSURANCE COMPANY. Oy - The Capital Slock of the Company hnT ing oy a new subscription been reinstated to tho full sum of 'tr htmdred thousand Dalian which is amply secured, are now ready to receive applications for f'trennd Marine InsuranceM their Office No. 66 Wall - street. The Office solicit, the patronage of the public in tlie confidence that adequate protection will be afforded to tbe assured and all losses Le promptly adjusted.. By order of the board of Directors, Jan 6 1m WM. M'NEAL, See'ry. MECHANICS' BANK. . Oy The Stockholders ore informed that a Dividend of four Snd and a half per cent, will be paid on the first dny of February next By order of tlie President and Directors, Jan 21 1m W. FISH, Cashier. Eagle Eire KJomptmy qf Aev - lnrk. NOTICE is hereby given that a dividend for the last six months of four and a half per cent on the rafiitai (lock, tf this Company has been declared, and will be - paid to the fctockbol dersonfhe 15th inst. , Jan 5 1m JOHN D. MEYER. Pec. NO'ilCE. ft7 - All person having demands against tiie estate of the late Thomas Cooper, deceased, are reouested to present the snme. And all per sons indebted Io the said estate ere requested to) make payment to the subscriber. - " ALIU& AaSiV D IV An. I OUUI, - rt Jan 10 lm - Administratrix. - 4 Q VALUABLE HOUSE For Sals at Auction. ' On Saturday the 31st inst at the T. C. H. 12 o'clock, will be sold by Bleecker ft Bibby, tho three - story brick houe and lot of ground No. 35 Pearl - street The house contains 14 rooms besides kitchen snd nsntries the lot 30 feet front on Pearl street and upwards of 304eet on Bridge - street ; about 77 feet deep on one side and 81 feet on the other Terms at rale The premises may be viewed any time previous to the sale, Jan 20 5t" A HOUSE. To he sold aud possession given before the 1st of Msy next if required, n modern built substantial brick bouse, three stories high, (with several accommodations and conveniences which make it an agreeable dwelling for a genteel la - mily) situated in the most wholesome part of this city, and having a pump ol excellent waier within toe lot ; the properly a ice simpie, anu free from all incutnbiance. If not sold at private sale before the 15th of February next, it will then be sold at auction oo tbe 16th and fol - followiug day. Also, a complete set of carpets, elegant lureitures, household utensils and various fleets, particularly a cnoice collection oi dooki, by C. G. FONTAINE, to whom apply for par ticulars, at bis auction room, No, 13a Water street, corner of Pine. fan 7 lm - 'IX) LET, ' - . . For one or more years a two story brick house in Stuvvesant - strret, nearly opiosiM St. Msrkst hurch, containing ijbt rooms, a larte k id hen. servant room. ellnr. pantries, etc. 1ft rnmnl.1. order forth rerentijliul a genleel fam ily - with a gatden and yard of shout tw amt half acses 01 land, common's " nest fruit trees, asparagus and not beds, 6ic kc. together with a wood house, carnage nimw stables. Rent will be reasonable, ana jmwj. sion est be had the Cr day of April Apply between 10 and 2 o'clock, on tbe premises, to NICHOLAS WM. STUYVE3ANT. Jan 24 3w - Q No. 5 JO. LET, - For a term of years, the house nod lot h Broadway, at present occupied ty the Mis Kiosry's, as a boarding boose. For parti culars enquire of RObERT L, LIVINGSTON, Clermont jan 3 tFl QFOR SALE OR TO LEASE, On acconimodatipg terms, a number af Wkier nnd building lots, near and adjoining the navy - yard, at Brooklyn. For particulars, enquire of ; &AMUC.L LVA, Jan 22 tf Brooklyn. TOR SALE, an al morxkTV lit Tnt cut or hkw - vobc. GA BKiLK HOUSE HJd Lot No.'tJ Bowery STA BLE in the rear - toge b - er with the LOT, 44 feet Irout, 42 feet rear, awl 155 leet on each side. ' HOUSE rsn.t LOf No. 37 Vesey - sUeet , and Hoove aod Lot No 39 Vrse - street. - A BOND snd MORTGAGE for 10 doIUiis. do nnd do for 750 do do and do ' .for do On valmble property in the city of Aew - york. The in'eetst has alwsysbeen mnct!y paid. For particulars mt - mie at the office of' 8TEP11EN P. LAlsiCINT, , dec 10 If ' So - Wall - street. i

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