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- s if - 7i UN UJlAiNltrv ' ; Slate of New - York, h. k i '. ' 1U L . . . - J A I . ' - ewv uairv7 rev i v im uji u tivirvi Me court.' will b told at public auction, at the l online Lout nous m me cityei now - xork, u4m tlit dicticw V tlie Subscriber, t om of , teenth day w tuenary tie XT, at twelve o'clock at Dona, all that certain bouse and tot of r round. siraate oa the westerly aide of Namo - street, in lbs tiiird warn oi on city ot new - York, and known a amber 51, bounded at follows i east erly ia front by Nassau - street, westerly in tee rear uy property ueiuuging 10 . - nr. itaac Oieaa. northerly by Mr. Hougkmson's Tavern, and 'southerly by property of Mr. Elizabeth Giron court, containing in breadth in front and rear iwtnij un ictu in Kn;in on ine noruieny siae cue hundred and twelve feet four inches, and on the Motherly tide one hundred and ten feet ten inches, be (lie tame more or less j together with ail ana singular tot hereditament and appurte - nnncee thereunto beloujjwg. Dated the 23d day oi January, luiu. - RICIHRDI. WELLS, . - , .: i Master in Chancery. . NoTTbe terms of Ihe a)e will be ai fol low : 10 ner cent oa tlie day of tale. 15 per cent ueed will be executed and possession given t the residue to oe paid la (even yean, wun imereii nan yeany, secured oy a nono ana mortgage on tne premises we noose lo pe innurea ny me purchaser iron the said first day of May until the purchase Barney and interest thereon is paid, and . the policy to be transferred to the mortgagee. ' f or jsrrtner particular appiy ai me matters oi - - ,flce. No. 60 Fiae - fltrcet Jnt3d3w IN CHANCERY. StaU of Jfew - YorlU a IN narsnance of an order of this honorable court, will be sold at public auction at the Ton - tioe Coffee House, in tbe city of New - York, under the direction of tbe subscriber, on the S?th day of November inst. at ELEVEN O'CLOCK in uie luicawn ? nn uimi nnoin hji, Jmo ui 3. .1 c .it .1. - . . . I - parcel oigronna situaie lying and oeing in liie fourth ward of the city of New - York, comraen cing 40 feet from tbe southwest corner of new rnarket - tlin (late Catherine - street) and Cherrv street, and running westerly alooe Clierrv - street 40 feet to ground now or late the property of JOaa noisrnan t uencc touineiiy along said eround 120 feet to Water - street ; thence east erly along Water - street 40 feet, to ground now or late or Bonus ivioore, then northerly a long said ground 130 feet, to the place of begin rung. Alto, all wnt certain outer lot, piece or parcel pf ground, - situate lying and being in the fourth ward of the city of New - York, directly in tbe rear of the above described piece or par cel or ground, ana commencing w leei iroia roe lotrtbwest corner nfnew - maruel - slip. and Water street, and running westerly along Water - street' loatheriy along said ground 160 feet to South street, thence easterly along South - street, 40 feel to ground now or late of Holtus Moore, thence northerly along said ground 160 feet, to the place oi oegMintng. i ogeiner wun uie Hereditaments and appurtenances to the same, and every part mho pnrccj uicrvui nciwigins or in uny wise n p - ptrtaining. Dated Nov. 4?h, 1817. ... THOMA3 BOLTON, Master in Chancer v. fH. - 1 : :n L. - - i i . . fviL. terms of sale will be liberal and may be known by enquiring of tbe Master, No. 44 Pine - street, wlvrt a mm) of thj itivniua run h nov 41awtl9thdts Tbe sale of the above property is postponed to tbe SUtli Sy of Jandary nrixt, at the same hour and place. Dated Nov. t7h, 1817. THOMAS BOLTON, j Master in Chaucery. ! Dov?7UwUan20dts - Th above sale it further postponed to the loth day li( February next, at the same hour and place. Jan. 58, 1818. , . . - THOM AS BOLTOX, Jan29tdi Master in Chancer. IN CHANCERY. ! State ol New - York, t. IX pursuance of aa order of this honorable court, will he told at pm!lc auction at tho Tou - tine Coffee Houk,' in the city of New - York, under (he direction of the subscriber, on the twenty eventh day of November instant, at ELEVEN O'CLOCK in tbe forenoon, nil that certain lot, pifce or parcel of ground, situate, lying and being in tho fifth ward oftherityof New - York, fronfinj: on Laight it. (HUDSON SQUARE,) bouri'l 'd northerly in the roar by Vestry - street, easterly by the house nnd lot now (or lute) occupied by Mrs. Murray, westerly by a house and lot late of Leonard Litpenard, deceased ; containing in breadth, in frcot, and rear 31 feet 6 inches, and in depth nn each side 1 75 feet. Said premises btirg neld under and by virtue of a certain demise from the rector and inhabitants of the city of Now - York in communion of the Protestant Episcopal Church in thd state of New - York, for the term of ninety - nine yean from the 23th day of March, 1305 ; subject to the yearly rent ot ali, and to the provisoes, covenants and a$reoents contained In said lease : together wjui uie ucreauuuiems aim appurtenances 10 uie same belonging or is anywise appertaining Dated Nov. 4, 1817. - THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. Tne terms of sale, which will he liberal, may be known by enquiring at the office of the master, No. 41 Piie - street. nov 4 oiwtl91h&dts The sale of the above property is pottponed to the 8ih .day of Jannary neit, at the same hour ana place, uated no, s.th, Jtsn. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery nov 37 lawtlSOdtds ' Tbe alvive sale is further postponed to the 13th day of February next, at the samo hour and place. Jan. 28, iuiu. THOMAS BOLTON, lan 29 tltds Master in Chawerr - " ' IN CHACr KY. State of .VtitYork, $s. . IN pnnuance of a decretal order of this hon rable court, will be sold at puMlc auction, at the Tontine C'oflVe House, in the city of New - York, under tbe direction of tlie subscriber, as one of the misters of this court, on Wednesday, the 18th day ofFebruary next, at 12 o'clock, noon. iv ii wai cm a in ioi oi grounti, innaie in inr aerenth ward ol the city of New - York '.hounded northerly in front by Division - street, southerly in the rear br a kit of eround beloneine to Daniel . . . . C 4 - . ft . . . , . . . I CoLnifT, westerly by lot of ground belonging to Ana bider. and easterly ny a lot or ground , 1 . A Oil - . ueioosrios; o ornenui loiuciuu', cnuiamin; in breadth in front and rear, each twenty six leet, and in length on each side, sixty three feet six inches . and the use of a ranway of eight feel wide, leading from the aaiov lot into Harman - itreet, u com coon witn the proprietors ol the lots of ground adjoining the said gangway; with I appurteMnces. Dated Jan. 27, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jan 27 liwtFlOrlti Master in Chancery IN CHANCERY. - - - - - - Willie VJ dinrjnuiHf t IN pursuance of a decretal order of this booor - able court of chancerv. bearine date the nine' teen ih day of January, inrtanl, will be told at public auction, at the Tontioe CofTee Hoase, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the aulMcnher, as one of the mailers of this court. on the seventeenth day ot February next, at 12 o :io k m uo n an uiai certain lot ol gro'lna situate in the 8th ward of the cil v of Nen - YnrW and known and distinguithed on a map or chart ol ground late nt AnthtKiy Uowmtan. mada h Charles Lots, city surveyor, or by lot number 401. bouidfrt westerly ia front hv Sullivan - rtmt. easterly ia the rear by groond now or late in the rosMion of lloldeo and othtr. nortiier! hr lni Ho. 400, lately sold to Dumarett and Johnsjn. and southerly by lot No. 402. now or late t - !one. iog t tbe said Anthony Bowrotan, containing in brvadth in front an J rear, each Iwcatv five fr - t. and in length on each side, w hua.lh d feci, with tneappaneoances. j'aipd JanuaTv 2jit, 1813, : ' JAME3 A. HAMILTON. - - Mailer in Chancery. Jao 5awPFkdts TO LET. i? - H TbeS story fir proof store. 254 Water - st. pari y frnMing on Peck - slip ; hsi been formerly occapial lor hardware, and at present for a cttcbc't, oy aiou t uiraraii. Leqaire or f - b let S. NICHOLS, next door. . wT, "? a r 1, ft 3 . - . i , j, Suit tfJftiYorft, . ' ' IN . pursuance - of B'.rder of this honorable Court, bearing date the 19th day tfjMuaryia - stanUwiU - e oM at pubhe auction, at tie Tontine Coffee boase In the city of New - York, oa the 16th day of February Beit, at IS o'clock at aooa. under the direction of the subscriber All tbe rest, residue and remainder of the term of years yet to come and unexpired of end in all that certain lot. piece or parcel of ground situate, lying aad being in the .Eighth ward of the city or New - York, on the easterly side of Broadway bounded in front by Broadway, in the rear and on the northerly side by ground belonging to John Jacob Astor, and on tbe southerly side by Broome - atreet : containing ia breadto in front and rear feet, aad in depth on each side 100 feet. Together with the buildings erected thereon. 8aid nrrnwes being held under a demise from John Jacob Astor, Esq. for the term of SI years, from October 1st, lttl3, subject to an en - nual rent of 100 dollars. - Dated January 23d, 1018. , THOMAS BOLTON, i ' Master in Chancery. The dwelling - house on the above premises to he valued and paid for by the lessor, at Uie ei - mratian of the term, or the lease renewed for 21 years additional, at a rent to be Oxcd by two persons to be chosen by the parties, and at the expiration of tbe second term, tbe dwelling bouse to be valued and paid for at aforesaid. - For particulars, euquire of the master, No. 44 Pine - street. Jan 83 lawtF9dts IN CHA.NCKRY. " " State of New - York, is. IN pununnce of a decretal order of this honora ble court, will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coflee House, in the city of New - York, under ine direction of the subscriber, as one ot the masters of this court, on Friday, the 27 Ih instant, at IS o'clock, noon All those four certain lots of land, situate in the ninth ward of the ntv of New - York, being part of the et ate of John So merindyck, late of the said city, deceased, and designnted in a certain map of the aid estate. by loU No. 8 and 0, and letters i and H. The aid lots, taken together, are bounded westerly in front ny Hudson lliver, and contain twenty crei cf ground, more or less, with, the appurte nances., uaieu reo.iin, iia. JAMES A. HAMILTON, , ' - Master in Chancer?. Note For particulars, enquire at the Mas ter's Office, No. 3 Law Buildings, where a map oi tne premises may oe seen, feb 5 law2rVdts ' IN CHAiSCERY. State of New - York, st, IN pursuance of a decretal order of this honor able court, will he sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, as one oi the roasters of this court, on Friday, the 27 thin slant, at 12 o'clock at boon all those three cer tain lots of lund, situate in the tenth ward of the city of N. York, and distinguished on a certain map oi tne estate, late oi jamet ueiancy, r.sq. made by Evert Bancker, by lots No. six hundred and fifteen, six hundred and sixteen, and six hundred and seventeen, bounded westerly by Second urcti, ana containing eacn ieci in urcauiu, and one hundred feet in depth, more or less, with tne appurtenances. I'ated reD. 5. ictii MHM A. n.UIMjlW, . Master in Chancery, feb 6 lawStr&rfts . .EW hOOKS RECENTLY pnhlished and for sale by KIRK & MEKCEIN. S2 Wall - street. anarraUve of the President's Tour, made during the summer oi iiij, ti. rough the nnrth - eatern and souui - ivestern departments of the union. &c.tc. ; Lord Amherst's Embassy to China . the Memoirs of viauutui nucunnan : fvjanilcviiie, a novel, Dy Wm. Godwin: Letters from the Cane of Good Hope, bi - ing a reply to Dr. Warden! Letters ; . t is. I ( i it . m i nmsui.w joint, oy ;iiss roruer : uintitv Uful Kniiwlf.jL'e : Coxe on Fruit Trees, with 2(K) engravings ; Purity ol Heart, or woman as tnernuaiit ue, a novel, by an old wife ol twenty yeirs febC CORPORATION PROPERTY. 'T'O b sold at puldio auction on Friday tl X 20!h inf. at the City - Hall, at 12 o'clock 9 Lots of Ground on the westerly side of Collet t - st. between Anthony and Leonard - at. 12 LoU on the easterly side of Collect - sL be tween Anthony and Leouard - sti. 7 Lots on the easterly side of Collect - st. be tween Leonard and Frankiin - st. 1 Lot on the westerly side of Leonard - it. be tween Collwt and Ornnge - ts. ALSO, 6 Cellars under Catharine market, for years from 1st May next. The upper part of tbe Watchhouse in F.l - dridge, lute Third - st. for 3 years from 1st Mar. The upper part of the Watchhouse in Spring - st. for 1 year from the 1st May. The ferry at Manhattanville for I year. A map of the Collect lots may te seen and par ticulars known at the Comptroller's Office, City nan. ieoi nias By n itihority of tht Unlet of JS'wJertry and Mte - York. nHE MILFORD & OWEGO ROAD LOT - L TERY. for tacilitatins the intercoure be tween the western parts of the State of New - York and the City of New - York, through the States of Pennsylvania an I New - Jersey. Biiie..tirv, 1 prize of 70,000 DOLLARS 1 35,000 DOLLARS 3 10,000 DOLLARS 2 5,000 DOLLARS 10 1,000 DOLLARS 30 500 DO. .LARS 140 100 DOLLARS 3200 30 DOLLARS 3386 Prizes not two Blanks to a Prize 10.000 l icked ' Part ot the Prizei will be determined at follows : First drawn No. 1st day, will be entitled to 5,000 do Sd do . 50fl do 3d do 1000 do 4th do 6O0 . do 5th do 5000 do 6th do 500 do 7th di 10000 do Pth do 500 do 9th ' do ' 1000 do 10th do 500 do 11th do 35000 do 12th do 500 do 13th do 1000 do Uth do 500 do 15th do 70000 do lfith do 500 do 17th . do 1000 do , 18th do 500 d'j 19th do 1000 do SOUi do 500 This Lottery will commence drawing at the city of Jersey, on Uie first Tuesday in May next, and will I completed in twenty drawings. The prize will be paid at the Union Bank, in the city of New - York, lixty days after the drawing: will be finished, subject to adeduction of 15 per cent. CHAS. KINSEY.I " 1). STUART, Commiitioners JNO. LINN. ) Ticket 30 dollars each. Adventurers and LNsulers can be supplied on application to ISAAC G. OG DEN, Jan20eodtf 48 Wall - street A YOUNG man, a native of France, wishes il. for a situation as assistant in an academy in the city, or private tutor ia a respectable family in ine vicinity. lie teacnes toe r rncn, lbhu and Greek languages, tbe mathematics and mu sic, and speaks Eneliih. The most satisfactory renirirw a locnaracicr asa noiuuet can ue g r ' . A . l i ' . ' i r vea. Application to be made to MR - BANCHL, feb 5 eod2w No. 62 Provot - treeL FOR i - .tLE. Milil Tlie House. Stable and Ijt No. 19 State - stwt, on ecrommodating terms. If not sold by middle of February next, the premises w n ivuicu, i oc terms, apory at ! Rurling - s!ip, ALSO FOR PAf.F ' An elegant Lot, fronting BowKng Greene, and House ar.d Lot 4." Friaikliri - streflt. Tilie to tbe loregoing inaitfMitarHe. Enquire ai above. Jial3 JawtlebU IIEREA8 Rtcaard Wallace, lt bt the firm rtWhitine k Wallace, of Teters - d&ttd oa tne 61b day efDecemherr lSlt, traos - ferred and set ovir to me all the estate, real, personal, and mixed ; nil the books and accounts, the righti and credits, whicli did heretofore belong to the laid firm of Whiting k Wallace, and to the said Kichard WaHace, individually, as trustee for the creditors of the said fiim of Whi - tiug ti Wallace, or of the said Richard Wallace individually '1 his is to give public notice, that i aw aione auutorisea to seine ana aaiusi an iik outstanding claims against them, as well as to receive all Uie deiis due to toem. 1 he creditors of the said firm, therefore, or of the said Rich ard Wallace, who arc disposed to receive tbe benefit of tbe said trust fund, are invited to call upon me and execute a release la due form, on or before tbe I st day of March next, and the debtors to the said firm arc assured that the most SDeedv methods will be retorted to, to clone all outstand ing debts. JOSEPH FETTIPOOL. Norfolk, Virginia, Uth Jan. 1818., Jan 19' iawlm - - . COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE. The Farm known by the name of Cos tie Howard Farm, handsomely situated 1 1 - 2 miles from Princeton, bounded in front by the mam tnmnike road from Philadelphia to New York, and in the rear by Millstone Creek, it contains 145 acres, 30 acre of which is woodland, 20 acres lying 2 miles from the farm, and a beautiful lot of 10 acre within about 300 yorcUof the right wing of Uie house. . lies idea ornamental trees, it conums a variety of fruit trees, conshuingof grafted pears, of Uie best quality, 17 ditlerent kind; die ries, 10 different kinds, the most of them graf ted and an orchard of Uie beat apples, besides a young and Uiriving orchard of crab apples, fur making the cider so celebrated, also, one of sweet apples for fatting hops. - The houht is pleasant nnd commodious with an excellent garden, Uie out - houses and fences all in good condition. 1 he above is a delight ful summer or winter residence. For further particulars enquire at No. 127 Pearl - st, New York, or to the subscriber, on the premises, who will give an indisputable title for the same. Z. jyiuur UKU. jan 5 tawtf ap - 1 0 LEASE, siiLS For ont or more years, The Farm and Mansion House belonging to the subscriber, situated en the banks of the Hudson, one mile south of Uie village of Poughkeeptie 1 he farm is suitably divided into meadow, or chard, and arable land. Tbe fruits are abun dant, and of the best kiuds Tbe mansion house is commodious and large, eighty feet long, with a piazza in front 1 he situation has long been ad mired, and the lofty locust - trees by which it is decorated, render it the most desirable residence between New - York and Albany The rent will be moderate, as the care and attention of the tenant wdl be taken uito consideration For par ticulars apply to the propietor, either personally or by letter. tJENKY A. MVirSUSTUIV. Poughkeepsie, January 20, 1818 Jan2l,2aw4w NOTICE. DUBLIC notice is hereby given, that the sub? L scribers intend to apply to the legislature of the state of New - York, at their present session, for an act of incorporation, incorporating them and their associates by the name and style of ihe " ULSTER GLASS COAIfAiv Y," with a capital of ooe hundred thousand dollars, for the pur - P'te of mnuulncturiug class, in the town of Wood stock, Ulster county. I.LUAU HULML& G. B ABEEL, JARED PECK, fob SdlwtawSw Traniporlaiwu fa Pittsburgh, through the state i of jVetc - lork. THR subscriber, who lis been engaged for several years in forwarding merchandize to different parts of the United States, offers his services to Uie merchants and traders of the western state and territories, as agent to transport property of every deenptwn trom Uie city of New - York to Pittsburgh, in Uie state of j Pennsylvania. uooas snipped at new - iors, onboard "tb wsstkbh UHXof sloops for Albany, can be delivered at Pittsburgh, it is believed, in a short a time, as by any other route yet discovered i the price of transportation for the whole distance never exceeding six dollars per cwt Proper care has been taken to select gentlemen of respectability as agents on the several routes communicating wiUi the Allegany river; and where extraordinary ex ertions are required, a confidential person thoroughly acquainted with the country, will accompany the goods. All communications on Uiis uubiect. post paid, will receive Uie earliest attention of the subscriber, who for approved security will give a credit of six months on a large proportion of Uie account urmuxs s.nnn. Albany, state of New - York, 2d February, 1813. . Reference to Messrs Satterlees fc Co. and Messrs. I. Hyer.and H. Rankin, New - York. feb 7 2aw L'OUK thousand Gunny Bags, for sale by r U Lb tv A ic CUMING, 76 Pearl - street. Jan S3 T. Ihr Cttitrruof A'lW - Fork. ZERA11 HAWLEY Physician and Dentist, would inform the inhabitants of New - York, ih.t h hn taken an olhce at mo. 321 reari - street, where he win extract, clean, filt,fit arid set J eetn in the most approvea manner, nc win also prevent any irregularity ot tne secondary tth. if aniilicalion is made to him in season. He flatters himself, from the experience be ha had in hii profession, that be shall be able to give general satisfaction. r or enaracier tne iu'mt mc nsierrru ivmr. Geo. P. bhipman, merchant, No. 63 South - street, and JJoctor A. ives, wo. znz rean - sireei. Whom il ntav concern. frj This certifies, that Dr. Zerah Hawley is a regular bred phybician, and in good standing Willi lircillicu III utio I'iom: , limine im raiu particular attention to the art of Dentrilrv. has studied Uie best European works on the subject, and has given very good satisfaction in this branch to his customers, wnn are persons ot to nrst re fpectability in thu city. We therefore, with en tire confidence, recommend Dr. Hawley to Uie citizens or Itew - lore, as a dentist. Lneas IVl union I r.H Ives Nathan Smith I Jonathan Knight. Professors of the Medical Inititution of Yale Cil - ICollege. New - Haven, Jan22,1818; feb 3 2w ALPINE SOAP. ftfy The subscribers offer Uie gentlemen of this city their Alpine Soap, which only needs a trial to prove , its excellent quafitie, in rendering the operation of shavine easy , it is possessed with many good and useful qualities ; it softens the beard, prevent chop ping, and gives that com fort aad pleasing satis faction in shaving ai not to fail to recommend it to seueral are and to merit Uie approbation of geoeroui public. The subscribers do not wish to enter into a long detail of Una valuable soap, but they submit it to judges of genuine soaps. Just received, an tMortrnent of the celebrated natent Penetrating Hair finishes, fancy articles, ft. SMITH DA VIES I CO. 136 Broadway, nearly opposite City Hotel Who always keep as general and ai good an as sortment, oi articles in ueir une as any itore in liiii city. ' . . . N B. Please to observe that aO the article made by N. Smith Davie 4c Co. will have their name oo in copperplate or type. feb 7 T1 EORGE SANDERS, lately from London, r XX oace mora - addreste the public, inamrs then (br pat fevort, aad eoce more venture to racomaiend his strops as one ol'lhe most comfort - givuig contrivances that ever blest the chin of man. Ha will instruct any self - shaving gentle man in (he use of it, and when once possessed of the secret and a box of composition, be may say with the poet of nature, " To shave to sleep perchance to dream while in tbe operation - aad who would bear the tweaks and act of barber base who would grunt and iwtat under a loathom beard, or a dull razor use, when he might his quietn? nake with a simple Saunder's strop f" Come then to bis manufactory at the coruer of Reed - street and Broadway, and thtre you will find the subscriber always ready to receive the commands of hi customer.' dec 5 tf WHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. THE long and successful use of Uiis ointment is a sufficient recommendation, ai it has been fouod to be a pleasaut, safe and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its ita - 5 us. It is for sale in the city of New - York, by . A. U VT. R. Post, No. 41 William - itreet j I. Si T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. H. Schiefftlin At Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Lawrence il Keesc, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hall Jc Bowne, 146 Pearl - street r R. & L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street ; J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - street ; John Penford, No. 4 Fletcher - street t Duryee & Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street j John P. Fisher, 106 Broadway ; Wulterii Seaman, corner of Chaniber - st. and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in short it may be procured at most of the Drug Stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Withetell Sons ; George Harrell , North & Ho gers, and almost all the druggist in the principal towns in Uie United States. LIKEWISE, WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be bad at the above places. jan 22 Cm THE LAST NOTICE, To those who are owing arrears of taxes to the corporation of the city and county of New - York : 03" Tbe time limited for the payment thereof expired oe ue 1st last, and I am now engageo in making a return of such property as remains delinquent, preparatory to the advertisement and sale thereof for the payment of said Taxes, and ruch other sums as may be required to meet the expenses of such sale, which will take place when completed. 1 am directed to receive all arrears which may be offered, prior to the completion of Uie above - named return and will attend at Uiis office dai ly from 10 to 2 o'clock: until that period. T. W. GIL BERT, Collector. Collector's Office, No. S City Hall,) January lb, itsiu. j Jan 16 1m COIWQHA TlOJf PROPER T Y . TO be sold at public auction on Friday tbe 20th February, 1818, at Uie City Hall, 12 o'clock, Tbe highly valuable FARM now occupied by Mr. William A. Hardenbrook, about b miles from tbe city, containing together nearly fifty a - ere of land. It will be sold in lots from 5 to 10 acres each, situated on the 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, & 10th avenues ; on the latter itand the dwelling bouse and out buildings, but a short distance from the Hudson River. This property is worthy the attention of those who with to possess handsome country seats ; as its continuity to the city, commanding views of tne Hudson, retired situation, and choice quality of some of the ground, together with n ample supply of wood, render it ooe of Uie most desira ble objects ol purchase. A map of the premises may be seen, and fur ther particulars known, at the Comptrollers Of fice, City Hall. Jan 6 dts TANNERY FOR SALE. rilO be old at public auction, on Wednesday, 1 the 18lh day of February next, in the area of the Exchange Coffee House, in Uie town of Boston, at 12 o'clock at noon, All (he. real estate belonging to the Hampshire Leather Manufactory, situate in the town of Northampton, in the stale of Massachusetts. The estate will be sold in four lot, vix t Lot No. 1, containing about 31 acae of land, near Uie centre of the fowa of Northampton, on wnicn is ercctnt ttnc and valua ble buildine. lately occupied hv the eorooratloa for tanning of leather, with aiiout 300 vats, some of which are very large end part of them under cover, in which leather may be handled during the winter ; it is presumed there is not in Uie state so extensive and valuable an establishment for carrying on the tanning businesr as this. A particular description of the buildings and pri - viledeet would take up too much room for an advertisement. Lot No. 2 contain! about 3 acres, situate on the north tide ot the county road, directly oppo - lite to lot No. 1, oo which are two dwelling hou ses, with convenient out buildings, is oo high ground, and considered a very delightful situation. Lot No. 3, containing about lour acre ol land, situate on tbe easterly side of Mill River, about two miles Trom the meeting house in Northampton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings thereon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre of land, on which is erected a hark mill and hark sheds, situate near Edward's tavern, about 6 mile from Northampton, on the Albany toad. Any person tiaving an inclination to purchase all or any part of the foregoing property, are in vited to examine it. I tie corporation Pledge Uiemrelves to sell to the highest bidder, being determined to close their concerns. Any informa tion respecting the eitatei may be obtained on application to JOSIAH D WIGHT, Eiquire, at noruiampton, or LBL.Vr.4blf. f HANU19, jan 14 . India - itreet, Boston D LYNCH, Junr. having made arrangements . with a respectable house in Madeira, to be supplied with a proportion of Uie wines of the Pa - ristieiorot. Antonio and Lama de Lobot, (universally acknowledged to produce the best Madeira in the Island) nas opened a wine store, at No. 40 William - street, where be will receive order for Ihi wine, from gentlemen wishing to lay up a stock for their own use ; and (by the agree - " . - . I - . . ft - - :.. . J - r . 1 - . . luciii wiui me nuuieiu intuieirai 11 111c wine, on arrival, be not approved by 1). L.Sr. it it not to lie aeui w 111c iranies oruermB ii. D. L. Jr. has taken great pain to procure from various places in the United States and the West Indies, the best Madeira, that was to be purchased, in Uie wood, and old bottled wine, of very superior quality, irom private stocks, which he now offer for sale. He will constantly keep on hand an assortment of Uie choicest wines and liquors, selected with care by himself, and will sell none which he cannot WAKHANT PURE a IMPORTED. Jan 19 Im BLACK W LLVii 1SL.HXU FOH 6.1 L. IT is tituated about five mi'ei from the city, and contain about 1 15 acres of Inhd of Uie best quality, with a good dwelling house, barn, ic. Possession msy be had the 1st Mar, or ear lier, if recuired. Most of the purchase monev may remain on bond and mortgage, for a number 01 years, r or lurtner particulars, enquire on the premises, or 01 ADAMS ft BLACKWELL, Jan 92 175 Pearl - street. BOOK - KEEPER'S DIRECTORY. r UST published, The Trial Balance or Book J keeper's Directory; shewiug a complete system of book - keeping, commenced, carried on, and clofed, and new books opened, upon a clear ami experimental plan. By Thomas H. God' dard, accountant On a large sheet. Price 50 cents. For sale oy PRIOr & DUNNING, Jan 30 2w No. 1 1 1 Water - sL rri BROWN, stone seal engraver and jewel A. . Icr, !to. lbu liroadway. Coat of arms, crests, cyphers, &c. engraved on sl.. A handsome assortment of fine gold leak, drains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved with coats of arms, motto, and fancy devices. Diamond!, amethysts, crystals, ftc. bought in the rough or cot to any form. Books of benldry kept with upwards' of w,vw names. jaa 7 3m 4; ' f 03T CHAISE UNK, f - f "FOR. PHILADELPHIA The POST CHAISE, with every caivenienee for Passengers and their baggage through i in one day) will leave the Post Chaise Olhce, 1 1 8 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sua - days e xc epted) at 7 o'clock in the mormntv by way of Newark, and arrive Uie lame day at 1 hi - , ladelpbia. ' ' "' The MAIL PILOT, in opposition to tbe Mail Coach, with superior accommodations for Fas - and thefr ba"aee. will leave Uie am place every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P. M. will proceed before UieMail,and not subject to tbe inconvenience of stopping at the numerous Post Offices on Uie road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, anil arrive some hours before the Moil at Fhiladcl - nliia. . Fare 7 dollart. Qr All good and baggage at the ritque of Uie owner. JOHN N.CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK & SONS, Princelon. STOCKTON & HOW ELL. Philadelphia JV. B. Expreurt tent to any part of the L'nittd Stales, off L. HA Kbit lu. Jn ao u P03T COACH LINE o PHILADELPHIA II WAY Or roWLEB - HOOK IMPORTAHT TO PABSK9GERS. No connection with the Dost chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO SITION KLV1VLU. ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on Springs THROUGH IN ONE DAY. Tiie Post Coach will start from the Coach of fice, old No. I Courtland - strcet, N. Yorii. every morning, Sundays excepted, at 1 - 2past6o'dock, ton, T ronton nnd Bristol, and arrive at Philadel nhia the same evenins. ' The Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, will start from New - York every morning (Sua days excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Atalanta, from tbe north side of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia next day to dine United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience for passengers and baggage. on spring. The U. 8. mail coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - ilreet, New York, every day at 2 o'cioeir, r. m. aim arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passengers admitted. For seatiinthu above named Linei, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at Uie old No. 1 CourUHndt - stieet, Uie second office from Broadway, New - York ; to ISAAC BROWN, No. 1 VVashington - stretttortoA. T. GOODRICH & CO. No 124 Broadway, corner of Ce - dar - street, New - York. , IjrAII goodi and baggage at the risk of the owner. JUS Hit Ltun, outo w. N. B Expresses sent lo any part or tne ioa - tinent.by - THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan S2 U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A OUAHU. 07 The public are assured that this line is eoual to anv in tne u . a. wr tne convenience and comfort oi tne traveller, wun me aouiuoo oi the guard, the passenger may rest secure as to his baggage ano personal saiety me coach never beUlK let WrriWt ehaaeiug at Ihe post n - fcl, without person on the box. ' The way mail is put in separate bags and changed in tlie European style. The V S. Mail Coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - st,eet, New - York every day at 2 o'clock P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock ; only 6 passengers admitted in this coach. For seats apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No I, second office from Broadway in Courtlandt - street, or to A. T. GOODRICH & Co. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street. New - York. N. B. All goods ana baggage at tbe risk of the owners. J. LYON ft SONS, Powles Hook, WILLIAM GULICK ft CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses sent to any part of the Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. ANTED. A white girl about 16 years of age. to attend on a lady and one child. One who can bring recommendation sansiaciory as to ncruisposuion, neatness, eic. may hear of a good and permanent place, by applying immediately at No. 64 Greenwich - sL jan a FOR SALE, for a term of years, a healthy, acUve and very capable negro wench - will be disposed of cheap, as it is her own desire Enquire at No. 83 North Moore - street. Feb 2 tf MUSI C. A LL Uie Sones. Duetts, as sune by Mr. Pht' Zl lion at Ihe New - York Theatre, for sale al Wm. DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store, o. 126 Hsoadway. Behold in his soft expressive race Tho' love is warm awhile 'Tis but fancy's sketch Is there a heart that never lov'd In vain ma v that bosom lost quite deplore My early day what jojs was thine Love's young dream . This blooming rose at early dawn Robin Adair Beautiful Maid Let tame sound the trumpet Had I a heart Evbleen's Bower Dear maid I love thee Ah sure a pain was never seen Said a smile to a tear ' Sigh not for love Mv heart with love is beating - N The celebrated serenade of "Lillacome down Bird Duett to roe" .! .ft - r lora s wream. With a large assortment of new music, dec 24 600 COPIES OF WKIOHT HAVVLIS. AiKLAllSL on, that being Horn Again, without which no man can be saved: hv Samuel Wright, D. D. ; to whicli is added, the Communicant's Spiritual Companion, or an evangelical preparation for Uie Lord's Supper, by the neva. 1 nomas n awe is. buucopicsoi this work ia sheets, or by the tingle one. bound, for sale by n niftiiTL - DLi - v. . lyiinniitnoi . ' Circulating Library, 138 Fulton street. Jan 151m 1 vBuiiHiea. a new .iap 01 the slate ol Indiana, by tbe Hon. C. Harrison, to which it ied, tbe Surveys ofthe Miooii Territory, by n. Maoifkld, price t dollar. For sale by UST published, a new Map of the slate of la j ai: added, Gen PRIOR A: DUNNING.' No. Ill Water - street A few copies of Shelton aad Reoiitl's large map 01 tne ueiusa states, mom.ted and varnished, or folded in a case ; price 15 dollars, to be una ai aoove. Jan 31 ZW JC.VC.VO jiC.4l)EXY. MONSIEUR MAGLOlREbas the honor to inform Uie young gentleman of this city that he has opened a Fencing Academy at No. 5 Lourtlaodi - street, where be tea. h that useful and elegant eccomplisbment. Hcur Irom 10 A. M. to 3 r. in. and from 5 to 8 in the evening X itiumsz ptrbkekM hew to duiiegsu IL j - 'i i x. twee tuugstbai difirv - ; T?fr' I lutiun nuttivf, rormertt , JJ orthe City ml LWoiCTad " savmber of the acuity of phyci and surgery there, aVcrns it hirf - . tv to repeat some ooseTtioni the abuse of MERCURY. rash, iadiscrimitiete, and ttanuali - j 6(4 use ttrtreo; has been ptndue. , live, of inUaite miachiaC: - ti - and nr annually mere aria Used oat f esjit,' ence. , The disease we have in view owe its fa ' ' lal results chiefly to thiisource, What a nltw" '"' that a veung man, the hope of hi country. aiJ Uie darling of bis parents, should be witched. 4 way from all the p roipecti and eujoymeDUoii.'i by Uie coieqnence of one unguarded moment .' and by a disease not in its own nature fetal. anJ which only proves so from neglect or impron! treatment." , A gttillemarv (late Dr. tie " tient) now perfectly hear and well, Dad bei under physician of geneial practice, - six year? and rciieatedlysalivul - di when recommended Dr. 11. (by a gmUsman of Uiis city) hii boul' - wre canous, and his fkah droppiing from theni. ' bis friends declared he could not nouihtv... ' two months longer. Thousands ex peri WntaH. " know with what ease and siwety Dr. H. eradZ ' cate Uie severest case, and conirm Uie ,: tution. Tbe Doctor's plan (advertising) ceisarylo guard the public ogainit Uie abuse oi mercuij, and oUier fatal dt Unions, held fortiiI ' Pen'tns Uiercfore, having contracted a nrT rate dworder, or suspecting latent poion V adraoniihed not to tamper with their conitihT tion, or conceal the diiorder, till poit record ry ; others having the remain of an old catT ' or oUicr itnpuriUei of Uie blood, as well ns ots' er complaints of a delicate nature, in eitW sex. should remember posterity, and do iustiri to their coDscieiices. by making applctio, to Dr. II. at his old and respectable iC - lisliment. No. 64 Water - street, four houses wI of Old - sDp, to obtain that prompt usisUuce a! lone calculated to prevent disclosure. Aad hen let me claim your seriom attenUoa llLiueinbsr ' a superficial cure is no cure at all ; utile thebl. sine if radically done, you will certainly has, ' the disorder break out again wiUi rtdoiihled ma ' lismty, at some future period ; prrbaii Uien wdl be too late for remedy. Don't you oiten meet n 1 Uie itreeti miserable, mutilated beings, witlwws - even a bit of nose on their face I TakVwarninl 1 beseech you. . Dr. H's. character for skill and stubborn o!. grity being universally known in Uiis city, since lii04, guarantee to patienU Uiat delicacy and si - crecy hitherto unkuown, aad having confited hh ' practice for t ears past, exclusively to thecureol d:feasi.s of the blood systum. they maytafelycsi. culate on Uie most decided advantages iu am. ' suiting Dr. il. " ' 7 ' Gleets eradicated in tw or three weki.i 1 Strictures removed without bougie or any other instrument and all debilities 1 likewise iaS ' old ulcerations, fistula' tfcf. - . , . : A plurality of odicei are prorided, and so sit ' ated that palieut are not exposed toearh other's observation. Open till half past 9 ia the cveniii ' All peisons concerned are invited ro be fra w colling, and speaking with Dr.H. wwcb if fJT. of cost. And here ibe Doctor caanot avoid til xpresslon of gratitude for innumerable rtcfiml mendaaons, and for the decided preference fit U" presumed with just caune) lon vinn kin. L judicious public. . p - . . J " ; . d. ah letter must be post paid,' Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 Is? :' ". M&HULli HbACHtkY A Ok LwtvTi. E I av EVAN'S' - .uperie,. meUiod of curing a ceiv . tair. Disease, is now uaiver any acknowledged in this city : Lis mode oftreaumwl m perfecUy mild, safe, ex - . tvr4 . rluu"i anu bit charge reasonable. In every instance he warrant a cure. - ano will return the pay if b does not perform agreeable , to contract. ii".:"i.icij aiwayi observed. There are many person in Ibis citv ... - 'I'l.& m....i.m S) - cinity,. laboring under various chrunic diseases, such ai cancers, old inveterate ulcers, irmfci. or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of tbe urethra. bladder and kidmei, old complicated compluaUl of a certain nature, bilious and other obstruo - don, rnrmnetftm, Ac. which theyroasider incn - hoipitali in Europe It years, under some of the first Surgeon and Phvticiani in th wmrtA . ..j made Uiosc obstinate disease his constant study for 30 year. . , ict It tK7 - WHEATON It DA - V 13, Fancy Chair Mannfae. Ma, f i turers. Nn. icir.ii..ii j ..v. . MfWU - SUWl, opposiie SL Pauli Church, offer for sale, wholesale aad reUil, a large and elegant ai ortment uf. Curld Maple, plain painted and oraasMat ed in gold kbronsts Bamboo,' Plain and Cilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, aad Coaveria - tion Chain. Sofa. Settees. Loungee, Music Stools, &c. s , , s Orders from anv part of the continent executed with neatness and dispatch. . j . , Old Chairs repaired, painted aad ernasneated. oct 13 . , 1 Ev3 The subscriber harin? recent v ntum' from England with an important improvement on' tho artificial 1 pripg LEG, he take Ihi method of informing bit friend and Uie public, ' that all those who are so unfortunate as to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap - ' plying at No. 77 Barclay - ttreet, New - York. ' V.K.a ATI wtH mmtm f 1 LEE'S ITCH OATJtfJEAT, " WARRANTED aii infalUble remedy atone application, may be used with 'perfect safety on infant a week old, not coutauvng a particle ol mercury ,or any dangerous Ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that eflito - sivetmell which attend the application of other remedies. ' The above medicines are prepared and sold it LEE'S Medicine Store. No. 46 Maiden - In, and told by S. CARLE, cornti of Fulton and Water - street. . . Druggist and country store - keepers supplied on liberal terms. 1 .. Jan 24V NOTICE, THEco - portnersLip heretofore existing.be - tween Uie subscribers, under Uie firm of Hutkley ft Abbatt, is this day dissolved, by mu tual consent. Tbe affairs of Uie concern will he settled by 1 homes Buckley, 153 South - street. New - York, lit mo. 10, 1818. THOMAS BUCKLEY, ' . ROBT. ABBATT, jun. THOMAS BUCKLEY, having taken hiioa JOHN LAWRENCE Pl'CKLEt, WW w partnership, Ibe Commiuioa busies will bt continued on their a court, under Jt firm ef inVJIA ULVAL.L.I tV 1 mo 14 lm PIANO FORTE FOR bALE. - ANEW and i'shiaMe instrument, made br one ofthe belt London manufacturers, and in complete order, win" be sold cheap, s the owner withe to leave Ihe city. Ecquire at 3 Cedar - street, corner of Braedway. , ' Jao31 . NEW - YORK t PRINTED AND PUBLISHED mcn.tFJ. nvkyiiAX v cx.. No. 41 PiBR - ttaurt. mm V. llWt - . rawe, mey cauceru.uiy D cored (in general! by applvingatDr.EVANS'S AledicalStoWNo; I. feck - slip, having practised in nf3..

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