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1JS CHAMCEKY. aMHaHWanSSBSJBBBaBBalBBBBaMM - - - IN CHANCERY. ' State of ew - York. u. IN narenaace of a decretal order of (hit hooo - rable costs, wiH betokS at public auction, at the TnatiM CoAm Uoase. ia the cit of New York. under the direetioa of the subscriber, ai one or iha masters of thn court, on Wednesday, toe lUih daT ofFebnianr next, at IS o'clock, booo. " Ail that certaia lot of ground, situate ia the seventh want ot the dry of New - York bounded northerly ia rront by uivuicn - atrett, southerly to the rear by lot of ground belonging to Daniel Conoiff, westerly by a lot of ground belonging i am UMf, aoa easterly oy a iof 01 groura belonging to Cornelias Polbemust containing in Dresden tn iront and rear, each twenty six ieei, ad in length on each tide, sixty three feet six instiet , and the use of a ran way of eight feet wide, leading from the said lot into Harman - Street, ia common with the proprietors of the Ints of groood art routing the said gangway WHO ine appurtenances. Dated Jan. 27. 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON Jan 27 tawtFlOdts Master in Chancery. T" " IN CHANCERY. Ulan jYcu - York. u. IN parsoance of a decretal orderof this bonor - aWe court of chancery, bearing date the niae - teMth day of January, in.tant, win public aactioa, at theTof.line Cottet fee city of New - York, under the direction of the tubw - riber, as on. of the masters of this court, oa the seventeenth 7 February next, at 14 o'clock at norm - all that certain lot of ground, situate in the. ard of the city ol New - York, and known and duiingnished on a map or chart of graced late of Anthony Bowman, made by Charles Loot, city surveyor, or by lot number 401, bounded westerly in front by Sullivan - street, easterly ia the rear by ground now or late in the possession of Holdea and others, northerly by lot No. 400, lately sold to Doraareit and Johnson, and southerly by M No. 402, now or late belonging to lb sidd Anthony Bowrosan, containing in breadth in front and rear, each twenty five feet, and ia length on each side, one hundred feet, with the appurtenances. Dated January 26th, 1810. r JAMES A. HAMILTON, Master in Chancery. Jan 27 2aw9Fkdti IN CHANCERY. State df New - York, ss. IN pursuance of a decretal order ofthii honorable court, will be told at puhlic auction, at the Tontine Coffee House - in the city of New - York, under the direction of the subscriber, as one of the masters of this court, on Friday, the 27 (h instant, at It o'clock, noon All those four certain lots of land, situate in the ninth ward of the city of New - York, being part of the estate of John So - merindyck, late of the said city, deceased, and doNgnnted in a certain map of the said estate, made byJVVilltani Bridges in November, lUUtt, by kits No. 8 and 9, and letters I ami H. The said lots, taken together, are bounded westerly r , 1 T I o - I . . - in ijwi uj nuuiuu nivrr, aou wuiuuiu iwcjij a - crrscf ground, more or less, with the appurtenances. Dated Feb 5th 1813. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Master in Chancery. Not For particulars, enquire at the Mas ter's OftVc, No. 3 Law Buildings, where a map of the premises may be seen, feb 5 law2w&riti IN CHANCERY. State ol New - York, ss. IN pursuance of a decretal order of this honorable - ourt, will be sold at public Miction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, under the direction of the ubcrirr, as cne of the masters of this court, on Friijay, the 27th instant, at IS o'clock at nooo ali tose three certain lots of land, cituate in the Unlh u arJ of the CitrofN. York, an1 distinguitbed ot, a certain manof tlieeo'.ate. late m Jauet umncv, 1 - sq mano by Evert Bknc aer, by loll Nu. six bumlrec! and 6itotti. six hundred and sixltcu, anJ six hun - dr' - dand seventeen, bounded wctr rly bv Swond Itrret, nnd CM' vaininc each 55 feel in breadth, and one hundred feet ia depth, mire or less, with the appurtenances, tinted rers 5. lots . 4 AMES A. HAMILTON, Matter in Chancery, fr.b 6 iaw2vJitlU IN CHANCERY. !tnte of New York, ss. Divie Bethunc, sthunc, N f Srriba.t in thi of J N pursuance of an rs. us rinoraoie court n.aoe is cause the nineteenth day George iSrri Miliary imtaul, will be sold at public auction at the Tontine Coffee House la the city of New - York, under the di rection of the subscriber as on of the masters of thi honorahle court on Wedmtday the twtaty. fifth dav of Mirch next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon, (he mortgaged premises mentioned and describ. d in the complainant's bill of complaint in this cause, which said premises are described as follows via : all that certain tract or parcel of land situate Ivinc and beinz on the enstwardly aide of the Osweg j river in the town of Volney in tha county of Uneidat now the county of Oswego, and State of New - York aforesaid, being Dsn of townthin number seventeen in Srriba's patent, and usually known by the name of Fredericksburg!), as tbe same was surveyed and laid out in the year one thousand seven hundred and and ninety - eight, by Benamin Wright, beginning at a stake standing on the bank of the Os wego river, tireoty links north of an Iron - wood tree, thence on a course north eighty - seven degrees and thirty minutes, east oue hundred am' thirty - five chain and ninety links to a stake ten links west of a maple tree, thence north two degrees and thirty minutes, west eighty chains and five links to a Deach tree, thence south eighty seven degrees and thirty minutes, west eighty - chains and seventy - five links to a stake twelve links north of a Hemlock tree, thence north twenty - eight degrees and. thirty minutes, west four chains and thirty - three Knks to a Hemlock tree, thence south etehty - eeren degrees and ttiir ty minutes, west ninety - seven chains to the bank of the Owe;o river, and thence southerly up th aid river the several courses thereof to the place of beginning, containing ooe thousand three bun dred and thirty five acres of load, be the tame the twenty - fourth day of January one thousand eigni nonareu ami eighteen. AARON H. PALMER, Yeb9Mlaw6w Master iu Chancery, MAYOR'S COURT. William L. Mathews JoW Cornell and Sa - Pr,ition' rah his wife. I IN Dursnance of an order of the court of com Bon pleas, called the Mayor's Court, of the city or New - York, made in the above cause, we in tend to sell at public vendue, lo the highest lud der or bidders, at the Tootine Coffee Houe. ii tbe city of New - York, on the I Ith day of March next, at 12 o'i lock at nooo, all that certain dwelling house, messu&ce. tenement and lot of land, situate, lying and being ia the fourth ward of the city of New - York, known and distinguished in a map uiereot riy lot number eighteen ; which snid prenutesaad lot of land is hounded as follows aoutixrly by Banker - street, easterly by Rose tcii irrn, norweriy oy lot number seventeen, and westerly in the rear by land belonging to Sa rah ITkhiiikjo, containing in length on each sice nrry leet, and in breadth in front and rrar twenty five feet each ; with all and singular the rights, wayt, water courts, hereditaments and aiportenances tlierrto bloneins or in any wise JAMISON COX i J.2?iUA CS''h.,u"i C Commi.iioners, juii.i r. uiLitru'll ICT 1 ne above premites are the corner cf Dm:r na ivistveu - smets, in the postestion of John B. Ebbetts, , w - - WM - W' M'CLELAS, Att'y. feb 7 Saw4w ril BROWN, tUme seal engraver andjewel - l. . trr, io. too proanway. lats of arms, crests, cyphers, &c. engraved on none. A baodsnme assortment of fine gold sea's, ensues, ana outer jewellery. . Ladies' als engraved with coats of arms, BMXtos, ana l;jncy devices. IhaiDMids, amethrsts, cryrtals, Lc. bought ia the rough or cut tn any farm. Books of heraldry kept with upwards cfl 60.000 Barnes. Jia 7 3m day all tree, one six No. lot nine ted lows ty four ol one the one ned ' . IN CHANCERY. John Woods and Robert Warden,) Ex'rs of James Woods, deceased f - John Bay. J IN pursuanceof an orderWthwhwioraWecour I made in the above cause, will be sold at pub - he auction, at the Tontine ivop City of New - Yo on to?'0' neat, at izo'ciocaai ow, - - - - of the subscriber, all that certain f suage or dwelling house and M of ground, sit riu' ft! town o7ciaverack, ia the county of Columbia and stete of New - York; bounded northerly by lam now or lata of Jeremiah Fonda, westerly by IT ""j ih ritv of Hudson, northerly by laod bow or law oi vfi...u. - .r.ti - i..j nnw or late of Anthony 1 en ... j .l. Kir ff - ,. . Broeck; containing m .......... . tort the r with the hereditaments and appurtenau - CM tO Hie MAW lfCluuM6 vi - 1' . .i i. - i tm as nnflrfaimna?. la. ted Feb. 11,1818. .o feb II lawtds ' Master in Chancery. IN CHANCERY STATB OF BEW - TORK, St. N Dursnance of a decretal order of this honora ble court, bearine date the sixteenth day of October last, will be sold at pulflic auction, at the Tontine Conee Hotice. in the citv of New - York, under the direction of tbesiibicriber, as one of the masters of this court, oa fVednudou the sevenA of January next, at twelve o'clock, at anon, that certain lot, tract or parcel of land, situated in the county of Delaware, in the state ol New - York, and in Evans' Patent, and known by great lot thirty four, and bounded as follows : beginning at a stake and heap of stones near a beech masked No. 34 and 37 ; bring the northeast comer of lot thirty seven ; thence along the north bound thereof south eighty nine degrees, west hundred and twenty eight chains and ninety links to a r ech tree marked No. 3:1 and 34 ; being the southeast corner of lot (No. 33,) number thirty three : thence alone the east bounds thereof, north three decrees, east eighty one chains and twenty links to a beech tree marked 31 and 34 : thence alone the south bounds of (No. 31) number thirty one, north eighty nine degrees, east toe distance of one. hundred and four chains, to a stake and heap of stones ; thence south thirty five chains and twenty four links to Deecn tree marker! No. o ; thence north eighty degrees, east twenty chains to the west bound or lot thirty five ; thence atari; the same south forty four chains and ninety six links to the place of beginning ; containing nine hundred and fortv nine acres and three fourths of an acre of land, with the appurtenances. And also, all that crtain other lot, tract, or parcel of land, silua in the county of Delaware, in the slate ol New York, in "Evans' Patent, and known by treat lot thirty seven, and is bounded as fol : Beginning at a hemlock tree marked No. 37 and 40, being the northeast corner of lot No. (40) number forty ; thence along the north bounds thereof, south, eigh nine degrees, west one hundred and thirty - chains and ten linRs to a beech sapling marked No. 36 ft 37 ; thmre north three 'te res, east seventy eight cbtnas to a Beech tree ith stones round it ; thence on the south bounds lot thirty four north eighty nu.e degrees, east hundred and thirty chainsto a Birch tiee marked thirty seven and thirty - eight ; thence on west bounds of lot thirty - eight, south sev - nt y - ght ctuins to the place ol negmmng, cr.niaiuing thousand ami twenty - tour acres an! one fourth of an acre of hind with the appurtenaures. Dated, December 2, 11117. Dec 3 lawt&dts Master in Chancery. (tfr The sale of the above proierty is notpo - to the eighteenth day of February next at the tame hour and pi :tce. Dated Jan. 7, 1KI8. JAMr.S A. HA Ml 1. 1 US, Jan72iwti Master in 0ar.iry bj authority nj fat nlttttt af, eu - Jerity and Vm) - lorj. 'pHE MILFORD & OWEGO ROAD LOT - X 1 EIIY, fjr tdcilitating the intercourse be' t een the weMern parts ol the State ol New York and the City of New - York, through tlie States of 1'tMUitylvania nn I New - Jrrsty. SCHEME. 1 prixe of 70,000 DOLLARS 1 35,000 DOLLARS t 10,000 DOLLARS 2 6,000 DOLLARS 10 1,000 DOLLARS 30 600 DOLLARS 140 100 DOLLARS 300 30 DOLLARS 3389 Trites - not two Blanks to a Prixe 10.000 Tickets Part of the Prizes will be determined as follows : First 1000 Blanks, Thirty Dollars each. First drawn No. lit day, will be entitled to do 9d do 500 do 3d do 1000 do 4th do 600 do 5th do 6000 do 6ui do 500 do 7th do 10000 do 8th do 500 do 9th do 1000 do 10th do 500 do 11th do 35000 do 12th do 500 do 13th do 1000 do 14th do 500 do 15th do 70000 do 16th do 500 do 17th do 1000 do 18th do . 500 do lOtti do 1000 do 20th do 500 This Lottery will commence drawing at the city of Jersey, on the first Tuesday in May next, and will ie completed in twenty drawings. I he prises will be paid at the Union Bank, in (he city of New - York, sixty days after the drawing win oe uuisntu, sunjeci io aueaucuon oi u per cent. CHAS. KINSEY, ) D. STUART, Commissioners JNO. LINN. ) Tickets 30 dollars each. Adventurers and Ut alers can be supplied on application to ISAAC G. OG DEN, Jan 2U eodtf 48 Wall - street A YOUNG man, a native of France, wishes for a situation as assistant in an academy in tbe city, cr private tutor in a respectable family in the vicinity. He teaches the French, Latin and Greek languages, the matliematics and mu tic, ana speaat r.ngutn. I he roost istitiactory references as tocharactcr and abilities can be gi ven. Application io oe mane in MR - BANCEL, febCeodJw No. 5? Provost - street. PIANO FORTE FOR SALE. NF.W and fashionable instrument, made by one of Uie best London manufacturers, and in complete order, will be sold cheap, as the owner wishes to leave the city. Enquire at 32 Uedar - sireet, corner oi Broadway. J an 31 To the VttiMtmof JYtw - York. ZERAII HAWLEY Physician ami Dentist, would inform the inhabitants of New - York, that he has taken an office at No. 321 Pearl - street, where he will extract, clean, file, fit and t J eeJa in the most approved manner, tie will also prevent any irregularity of the secondary teeth, if application is made to mm in season. He flatters himself, Irorn the experience he has had in his profession, that be shall be able to give gener.J satisfaction. For character Ihe public are referred to Mr. Geo. P. Sbipman, merchant. No. C3 South - street, and Doctor A. Ives, No. 22 Pearl - street. If horn it tnny concern. 07" This certifies, that Dr. Zerah Hawley is a regular lr - d phyrician, and in good standing with brethren in this place ; that he has pud particular attention to the. art of Dentistry, has studied the best European works on the subject, aud has given very good satisfaction in this branch lo hi cutooiers. who are persons of the first respectability in thit city. We therefor.:, with entire confidence, recommend Dr. Hawley to the citizens of New - Yort, as a d..ntist. A.neas Munson I Eli ires Nathan Su.ith Jonathan Knight. Professors of the Medical Institution of Yale C - l - - . College. New - Haven, Jan 22, 1818: fcb3 3w ' 1 g RECENTLY published and for tale by DRK MERCE1N, S3 vvali - street, m narrative of the President's Tour,.ade during the summer of 1817, through tbe n m - eastern and souin - western departments of the union. &c - 4tc. ;Lord A ru bent's Embassy to Cluua , the Memoirs of Claudius Buchanan ; Mandeville, a novel, by Wrn. Godwin ; Letters from the Cape of Good Hope, being a reply to Dr. Warden s Letters ; Knight of St John, by Miss Porter ; Biaglcy's Uselul Knowledge ; Coxe on rruit Trees, with S00 engravings ; Purity ot Heart, or woman as she should be, a novel, by an old wife of twenty years. ten o BUSBY'S rATKBT STAVISABLK HA FT - BOATS, ARD VLOATIHG TIDE MILL. pHE Navigable Raft - Boat is shaped like tbe of squared pine timber, pitched and filled in solid with round logs, unftripprd of bark ; the whole fixed together with live - oak pins, andiron tolls at the angles. It is propelled by a water wheel, rnminnn inrBswriiJii x ia lui lur - u aa vuiiik with upright bucket; optratinic wilhin a gutter ot racivay, as in mills. I ne cost is one loorin ofthatof ordinary horse - boats, including all the machinery. There is a great surface of deck, which mav be covered with frame work, to re ceive passengers and freight ; and only half the number of horses used ou board boats of equal dimensions, are necessary to carry this rapidly through tiie water. Tbe Navigable Raft - Bo t is instantaneously transformed into a powerfull tide - mill, by casting anchor, and affixing a moveable hopper - mouth or Hare, to each end of tbe raceway, and may be prontabiy employed in max capacity, when not in use as a conveyance. Persons desirous of adopting this invention. which is peculiarly fitted to all the American wa ters, are invited to viewamodel, at l he office of U. A. BUSHY, Architect and Engineer, Z Law Buildings, Nassao - street, new - York. P. S A Navigable Raft - Boat mav be built complete in a mouth, including all the machinery. (7 - The editor oi the Boston raiiadium. Albany Argus, Philadelphia Freeman's Journal and Democratic Press, Baltimore Gasette, Charles - loo Courier, and Richmond Enquirer, are requested to insert the above twice a week for one month, and lorward their accounts to the advertiser feb 13tf Lulu htR S.iLb. AT .1 ft TOJV, BY order of the last will of Peter Stuyver - sant, Esq. deceased, will be sold at auction on Tuesday the I7lh inst. at the T. C. H. at 12 o'clock, BY BLEFCKER & DIBBY, Five valuable lots of ground fronting the east side of Bowery - lane, adjoining the soulh side of Delancy - ttreet Five lots on the west side of Chnstie - ttreet and adjoining the south side of Delancey - street Five lots on tbe south side of Delaocey - street, between the Bowery - lane and Christie - street. The terms of tale are fifty dul - lars on each lot, to be paid on the day of tale ; one third of the miJue on the 1st of May ; the remainder, if required, in two equal annual payment;, with interest annually A map ol the premises may be seen at the auctioneers office, Tontine Coffe House. tfj The buildings are lo be removed by the present tenants by the 10th of May next, when the purchasers will have possession. Feb 7 8t To be Let, Leated, or Hold The spacious S story brick HOUSE, No 129 Chamber - street, having every convenience lor a larpre family, and a will of excellent water in the yard. IU proximity lo the Square lately opened, gives a view of Hudson - street from the rear of the house, and renders tbe situation airy and pleasant. For terms apply to JOHN B. MURRAY h SON, teb 6 113 Pearl - street. F TO LET, Unas Thnse two new aud elegantly finished thrt - e story houses No. 10 and IS Broad - street. These houses are built in the modern style and finished in the very best manner, and I rom the very desirable situation, both as to pleasantness and for business, it is thought that they are not Mirpa'ed,if equalled, by any offered to be let in this city. The apartments for stores in those buildings are so constructed as to be entirely distinct frm the dwelling apartments, which contains tlnen rooms and pantries, kitchen, Sic. excluded. Every convenience for families of respectability is afforded in them. Persons desirous of such situations are invited to view them at any h ur, from 7 to 6 o'clock, except Sundays. The dwelling and stores will be let separate or toeeUier. Apply at 55 Broadway, or to CHA3. OAKLEY, 141 Front - street. ALSO TO LET, That new two story brick house No. 8 New - street, nigh to Wall - street, possession 1st May. Also, house 27 Courtlandt - street, in good order and fit for a genleel family ; it being now in pot - srii4i of D. G. Hubbard. Esq Possession 1st Mav. Also, a good two story house at Greenwich, now in occunancv of Geo. Lindsay. Esq. Also, home No. 6 Cherry - street, suited for a boarding house, and the lower front room for a store. Ana House anil two acres of ground, near Manhat - tanville, having garden, tic. Apply as above. fi b 10 f OFFICE TO LET. A pleasantly situated and spacious Office, 331 t'earl - strect, a few doors above Peck - slip Apply to R. & C. W. DAVENPORT & CO. Feb 12 35 Peck - slip. VAlAJAbLt. PHOM.HTY FOR SALE. Will be sold at public auction on tbe 25th Feb. if not previously disposed of at private sale, that well known and valuable pro perty, situated on the turnpike road, about 3 - 4 of a mile from Brooklyn terry, commanding beautiful view of the navy - yard an.l Wallabout bay. It contains about nine acres of land, in the highest state of cultivation, having asparagus beds which produce f oOO per annum ; with be tweeo 50 and 60 English cherry trees in full bearing. There are on the premises two houses and a store. Tbe house, at present occupied by the subscriber, u large and very commodious. arid in sufficient good order for the reception of any family. Tbe barn is conveniently situated, and in excellent repair. There are likewise several beautiful building lots. Persons desirous of purclianag are requested to call on the subscriber, when they can exam ine the condition ol the property. Feb 12 TEUNIS I. JOIIN.SON. SHMl T LET, vjli) A large three story house, well calcula - tedfor a boarding house, o'r for two families, situated at the corner of Murray and Washington - street. Apply to NATHANIEL ft HARVEY WEED, Corner of Broadway and Cortland! - street, feb32w fOtt S iLE. Three years unexpired lease, from 1st. of May next, of that eligible situation no. 154 Greenwich, corni - r of Courtland - street, bein well calculated for a respectable boarding hniite, and has been occupied as such for several years : is a three story well finished building. Enquire at the premises, feb 12 Iw Jit IL ESTATE roa sals is bsooklvn. lyii Heights, having a view cf the city and bay of New - York ; about 10 minutes walk from the steam boat ferry. Tbe houses are well built, having 2 good rooms on each floor with fire pin - ces ; on the lower floor is a good kitcheo, bedroom and pantry. To each of the houses are attached 3 1 - 2 Jots of ground, each contaiuiiig 25 feet front and rear and 100 leet deep, handsomely hid out in gardens and grass plots, with a variety of shrubbery, fruit trees, Ac ; the whole enclosed with a new and substantial fence. Near the premises is an excellent well of water. F or further particulars, apply to ANDREW MERCE1N, Corner or Washington and Nassau - streets, fct9tr Brooklva, NEW BOOKS I PATXXT EL.1STIC RAZOH STROPS. riilir.miinFltK lBl..lrmm ImdoSI EOllGE SANDERb, lately from London, Jf once mora addresses Ike public, thanks them far past fa van, and once more ventures to recommend his strops as one of the most com fort - givujg contrivances that ever blest the chin of soaa. He will instruct any self - shaving gentle man in tbe use of it, and when once possessed of the secret and a - box ol composition, be may say with tbe poet or nature, " I o shave to sleep perchance to dream wtuie in the operation and who would bear the tweaks and acts of bar ber base t who would grunt and sweat under a loathome beard, or a dull razor use, when be might bis quietus make with a simple Saunder's strop f" Lome then to bis manufactory at the corner of Reed - street and Broadway, and there you will find tbe subscriber always ready to re reive the commands of his customers. dec5 tf WHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. TMIE long and successful use .ofttds ointment J. is a sufficient recommendation, as it has been found to be a pleasant, safe and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its sta - 5 is. It is tor sale in the city or New - York:, by . A. & W. R. Pott, No. 41 William - street: I. & T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. 11. Schiefff lin 4i Co. No. 193 Pearl - ttreet ; Lawrence & Keest, No. 195 Pearl - street j Hall Ic Bowoe, 146 Pearl - street ; R. it L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street : X. M. BradhursL 314 Pearl - street ; John Penford, No 4 Fletcher - street ; Duryee & Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich street; John P. Fisher, 106 Broadway t Walter Hi Seaman, corner of Cbamber - 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. Withewfl It Sons : George Harrell . North & Ro gers, and almost a 'I the druggists ia the principal towns in the unueu Mates. tilKBWIBK, VH EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be bad at the above places. j an 226m COHPOK.iTlOJf FHOPERTX. TO be sold at public auction on Friday the 20th February. 1818. at the City Hall, 12 o'clock, Ihe highly valuable r ARM now occupied ny Mr. William A. Hardeobrook, about 5 mile from the city, containing together nearly fifty a - cres of land. It will be sold in lots from 5 to 10 acres each, situated on (he bth, 7th, 8th, 6th, & linn avenues ; on tiie laiter nana me dwelling house and out buildings, but a short distance rom the Hudson River. 1'his property is worthy the attention of those ho with to possess handsome country seats : as its continuity to tbe city, commanding views of the tluds in. retired situation, and cnoice quality Of some of the ground, together with an ample supply of wood, render it one of the most desira ble objects of purchase. A map of the premises may be seen, and fur ther particulars known, at the Comptrollers Of fice, t itv Hall. Jan tf dts TANNERY FOR SALE, rpo be sold at public auction, on Wednesday, X the IBth dav of February next, in the area of the Exchange Coffee House, in the town of Boston, at 12 o'clock at noon, All the. real estate belonging to the Hampimce Leather 'Manufactory, situate in the town of Northampton, in the state of Massachusetts. The estate will be sold in four lots, vii : Lot No. 1, containing about 31 acaes of land, near the centre of the town of Northampton, on which is erected all those extensive and valuable buildings, lately occupied bv Uie corporation for tanning of leather, with about 300 vats, some of which are very large nnd part of them under cover, in which feather may be bandied during m winter ; it is presumed there is not in the Mate so extensive and valuable an establishment for carrying on the tanning business as this. A particular description of the buildings and pri - viledget would lake up too much room for an advertisement. Lot No. 2 contains about 3 acres, situate on the north side of Uie county road, directly oppo site to lot no. i, on wnicn are two dwelling nouses, with convenient out buildings, is on high ground, aod considered a very debgbUul situation. Lot No. 3, containing about four acres of laod. situate on the easterly side ofMill River, about two miles from the meeting house in Northampton, with a valuable mill privilege and buildings thereon. Lot No. 4 contains about one acre of land, nn which it erected a bark mill and bark sheds, si tuate near Edward's tavtrn, about 6 miles from Northampton, on tbe Albany road. Any person having an inclination to purchase all or any part of Uie foregoing property, are in vited to examine it. 1 he corporation pledge thcmielves to sell to the highest bidder, being determined to close their concerns. Any information respecting the estates may he obtained on i: : . - incliunwiUT t - : . Northampton, or tBf..1tI,r, f KAAUIS, jaa 14 India - street, Boston. CORPORATION PROPERTY. 10 be sold at public auction on Friday tbe J. 20th inst. at thel City - Hall, at 12 o'clock v tjots ol u round on the westerly tide ol Uol - lect - st. between Anthony and Leonard - st. 12 Lots nn the easterly side of Collect - st. be' tween Antbony and Leonard - sts. 7 Lots on the easterly side of Collect - st. be tween Leonard and r ranklin - str. 1 Lot on the westerly side of Leonard - st. be tween Collect and Orange - sts. ALSO, 6 Cellars under Catharine market, for 3 years from 1st May next. I he upper part ol the watennoute in Li - dridge. late Tbird - st. for 3 years from 1st May The upper part of the Watchhouse in Spring - it. for 1 year from the 1st May. I he ferry at Manhattanville for 1 year. A map of tbe Collect lots may be seen and par ticulars known at the Comptroller's Office, City nan. ien4 cias ALPINE SOAP. ft7 - The subscribers offer the gentlemen of this city their Alpine Soap, which only needs a trial to prove its excellent Qualities, in rendering be operation of shaving easy , it it possessed with many good and useful qualities ; it softens the beard, prevents chop ping, and gives that com fort and pleasing satis faction in shaving as not to fail to recommend it to genera) u - e and to merit the approbation of a generous public. The subscribers do not wish to enter into a long detail of this valuable soap, but thry submit it to judges of genuine soaps. Just received, an assortment of tbe celebrated patent I'tnetrating Hair Brushes, fancy articles, Sc. N. SMITH DA VIES & CO. 136 Broadway, nearly opposite City Hotel Who always keep as general and as good an as sortment of articles in their line as any store in this ritv. N B. Please to observe that all the articles made by N. Smith Davies it Co. will have their name on in copperplate or type. feb 7 VfOLAeSES & COFFEE 90 hhds. Hava IV Jl fia Mo'astet new crop ' 24 hhds. do Coffee Landing at Old - slip from Brig Caroline, and for sale, by JAMES D'WULiF, Jr, Ieb2 57 Fronf - street. PRIVATE LODGINGS. A GENTLEMAN and LADY of the highest xi resnecianiiay witn to ootnin board and in a pleasant situation, and respectable fumily, where there are oo other boarders. Their express object io this advertisement is to meet with lodgings " teliert no other botrderi will be taken." It is presumed this opportunity might be beneficially embraced by some family who have never been in the habit of taking boarders, htrt wlio from a wish to enhance their income and a desire for comfortable society n.iht not hive an objection to take 2 steady respectable pei - sons for a permanency. I f they could be accommodated with a separate sitting room, it would be an additional recommendation, and to save trouhle, ifsurb!odgingscan be obtained, 1.000 dollars per annum wili he riven. A line addressed to B. Z. and ten at thit office, will be attended lo. feb 1,2 6t POSt CHAISE LINE, FOR PHILADELPHIA The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Passengers and their baggage (through i in one day) will leave the Post Chaise ObVe, 1 lo Broadway, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sun days excepted! ai i oxioc in uw uiuiuw, way of Newark, and arrive the same day at Philadelphia. The MAIL PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior accommodations for ras - ramn and theft hareaee. will leave the same place every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I nVlnck P. M. will oroceed before tbeMail.and not subject to tbe inconvenience of stopping at the numerous Post Offices on the road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, and arrive some hours before the mail at rouaaei nhiii. fan 7 dollars. ' . .11 J - 1 - .t - .,ha lf yT - mi guuui nnu Daggngc iuic iuijuv the owner. . JOHN W. CUMMING, Newark". JOHN GULICK h SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON ti HOWELL. Philadelphia. JV. B. Exvreuei tent to any part of the United Stales, bti I.. BAK.C.K Ic Jan zo u . . . - tn ears a r POST COACH LINE for PHILADELPHIA - BT WAT Or POWLX8 - H00K jn ilMFOHTABT TO FASSEBGSRt. flbj connection with the cost chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. A NEW Line of Post Coaches with every con - .TV sentence for passengers and baggage, Springs THROUGH IN OSK DA I The Post Coach will start from the Coach of - ton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Thilndel phia the same evening. ' The Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, will start from New - York every morning (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat Ataianta, l rom the norm sine oi ine uauery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia next dav to dine United states Mail uoarn, wiina gunra, wnn every convenience for passengers and baggage, ou springs. The U. 8. mail coach will sturt from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - street, New York, every day at 2 o'clock, r. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morcing at 6 o'clock Oulj 6 passengers admitted. For seats in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old estai lisbed Coach, Stage and Steam Boat oiSce, at the old No. 1 Lourtlandt - slieet, the second omce I rom Broadway, New - York ; to ISAAC BUOWN, No. I VVashington - streft; or to A. T.GOODRICH & CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Ce dar - street, New - York. O - AII goods and baggage at tbe risK ol the owner. JUSr.ITl liua, eciixa s tU. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan 32 U. 8. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, Wl 1 u A UUAKIJ. ffr - The public are aaiured that this line it equal to any in the U. S. for the convenience and comfort of the traveller. With tbe addition ol th guard, tbe passenger may rest secure as to his baggage and persoot.1 safety tbe coach never being fefl whilst changing at the Dost offices. without a person on tbe box. Tbe way mail is put io separate bags and changes! in the European style.' Tbe L S.'Mail Coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - st.tet, New - York, every day at Z o'clock P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock: only 6 passengers admitted io this coach. For seats apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No 1, 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 and bug are at the risk of the owners. J. LYON ft SONS, Powles Hook. WILLIAM GULICK fc CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses sent to any part of tbe Continent by jan20 THOS. WHITFIELD. WANTED. A white girl about 16 years of age, to attend on a lady ai d one child. One who can bring recommendation satisfactory as to her disposition, neatness, ftc. may hear of a good and permanent place, by applying immediately at No. 64 Greenwich - st. jan zo FOR SALE, for a term of years, a healthy, active and very capable negro wench - will be disposed of cheap, as it is her own de sireEnquire at No. 23 North Moore - street. Feb 2 tf MUSIC. A LL the Songs. Duetts, as sung by Mr. Phi - XX. tip ps at the New - York Theatre, for sale at Wm. DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store, No. no utoadway. Behold in his soft expressive face Tho' love is warm awhile 'Tit but fancy's sketch Is there a heart that never lov'd In vain mav that bosom lost quite deplore My early day what joys was thine love's young dream This blooming rose at early dawn Robin Adnir Beautiful Maid Let nme sound tbe trumpet Had I a heart Evtleen's Bower Dear maid 1 love thee Ah sure a pain was never seen Said a smile to a tear Sigh not for love M heart with love is beating The celebrated serenade of 'Lillacome down Bird Duett fto me" K - l , - il L r lora - s wreain. With a large assortment of new music. dec 24 600 COPIES OF WRIGHT ic 1LWEIS. A TREATISE on, That being Bom Again, without which no man can be saved ; by Samuel Wright. O. D. : to which is arded. the Communicant's Spiritual Companion, or an evangelical preparation for the lord's Supper, by the Revd. Thomas Haweis. 600 copies of thit wo - a in sheets, or by the single one. bound, for sale by i iiak i r.iir Circulating Library, 133 Fulton street Jaa 161m FOR SALF - A ca.e of very superior Pi?J tols, hair triggers, made by Heckwith, London. A Kittle Lun with Sword bayonet. Also, two doxen mahegany Chair frames, neaiat London patterns, to be seen at LAW & BUTLER, feb 12 127 Broadwsy. sTIOi lO.X YARN. Ibe COMMlaslON J COM PAN Y, 118 Pearl - ttreet. have now for sale, most Nos. of Cotton Yarn, from No. 4 1 jan 8 ROB ROY. KIRK It MERCEIN have inst received and pot to press, Rob Rny, a" novel, by the author of Waverly, Guy M.tnoering, Tat of my uauaiorn, otc. ac. to u Gee, old No. 1 Courtland - street, N. York, every morning, Sundays excepted, at 1 - 2 past 6o'clock, bv wav of Newark. New - Brunswick. Prince - A ttiieermiag pe.bie know how to disfWiki tween things that difier DOCTOR, HORNE, formerr. of tbe ritv r I JIa. 7 .number of tbe faculty of phvik 'and surgery there, deems it his da - ty to repeat some onservatinoi en the abuse of MERCURY, a rash, urfiscr launate, and aaqcali. fed use thereof, bas been produc. sands are annually mercurialized oat nt ..iT ence. The disease we have in view owes iU hl tal results chiefly to this source. " What a nit. that a young man, the hopes of hit Comtj.1!?! tbe darling of hit parents, should be wxfcfcidi - way from all the prospects and enjoyiaeBUof hE by the consequences of one unguarded mosaent and by disease not in its own nature faUlTsju which only proves so from neglect or inrwoiZ! treatment - " A etl.mi.. YL iST0!' tient) now perfectly hearty U(j vrelL 'had he' under nhvmciiina nf uuh.1 n. ' and repeatedly sali vas, d wben itwomawiH?! Dr. H. (by a gentleman of this city) hi, were canous, and his flesh dropping from ATT bis friends declared be could not possibly sunu two months longer. Thousands exneriaiHrt.iil know with what ease aad rv. u . w'7 catea the severest cases, and confirms' the'rJ12i tuUon. The Doctor's plan (advertsing) t cessary to guard the sublic against theattiL,7 Pert on ft. therenr. hftvino srsrut.M j . vatn disorder, or iniiwrKnv - - j - r" admonished not to Umper with theJrconrfJI' tinn. or rmweal fh AUrAm, f.n 'OB,u" ry ; othershaviug the remains of an old!" or other impurities of the blood, as well siti k! er complaints of a delicate nahrre, u rihw sex. should remember posterity, and do juitinl to their eonu - ienecs. hv ni.: - ii" to n;. h. . hi. rj ir","s..",ucboa lithment, No. 64 Water - street, fow bouses of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt MnitAnT lone calculated to prevent &Zt ATL let ma claim your serious attention Re mEl a superficial cure m nn ran ll . i - - .. . 1 . r j - ,r j sucn IDs ha - sinest u radically done, yorj will certainly ha the disorder break out again with redouhfeH I the streets miserable, mutilated beings. wiOmlI even a bit of nose on their face f Tale wiuW I beseech you. "us Dr. H's. character for skill and stubborn inU. grily being universally known in this city. Z lhG4, guarantee to patients that delicacy 'InchZ crecy hitherto unknown, and baying confined hk practice fnryears past, exclusively to the cereal Hisi rs of tiie blood system, they maysafelvcak cnlate on the most decided advantages iut - ni. lulling 1 Jr. H. . T Gleets eradicated in t we or three weeka - L Strictures removed witlme bougies or any oUi - tr instrument ; aud all debilities ; likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's &. . A plurality or offices are prorided, and so tits, ated that patients are not exposed toeach other's observation. Open till half past 9 in the evenine A II persons concerned are irTvi. id to be free calling, and sneaking with Dr. if. which is re. of cost. And here the Doctor caanot avoid th cinrcstinn of rrstituHp for innnrruissM. mendaQons, and for the decided preference (it is presumed with jast cause) long given him by a judicious public. J a. n. aii letters mnsi De port paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 1v KE1 TUER QUALkKKY J OH .YJ - Oof. m dlJlrVV, LR. EVANS' superio, method of curing a ces taju Disease, is new universally acknowledged ia this city : his mode of treatment u penecny mud, safe, ex - r'um'ui. ana uis coarges reasonable. In rv .. Stance be warrants a cart. ana win return the pay ifbs does not perform agreeable : to contract. . i iie airicieii wscrecy always observed. There are many persons in this city and its vicinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scrorofii or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the urethra, bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaints of a certaia nature, biffon aad other obstructions, rheumatism, lc. which they consider iaci - u 1. 1 iL.. ph. ..Hainlw 1 : a Kr.T - ..f cla in ksmiw If ymm first burgeons anc rnysiciant in the world, and made those obstinate diseases bis constant study for 30 years. Oct It KT WHEATON A DAVIS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 163 Fulton - strut, opposite St Paula Cbarcb, offer for sale, wholesale aad retail, a large and elegant assortment uf Curld Maple, plain painted and ornamented in gold hbroBfe, Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Bails, Rocking, Sesring, and Conversation Chairs. Sofas. Settees, Loungees, Music Stools, fee. Orders from any part of the continent sxecated wnu ueaiueis ana aispaicn. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented, oct 13 fty9 The sobscriber havin? recently rct - tmed from England with an important improvement tn the Artificial spring LEG, he takes this method 01 IDlormine hit friends and lh nnhlu - thai all those who are so unfortunate as to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jn w WM. i'UKVIS. LEETS ITCH 0JVXtfJVT. WARRANTED an infallible remedy at one application, may be used with perfect safety on infants a week old, not contain - as particle ol mcrcury,or any dangerous ingredient . whatever, and not accompanied with that off' - si ve smell which attends the application of otbsr remedies. The above medicines are oreoared and sold al LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lao, and sold by S. CARLE, cornet of Fulton sod, water - streets. Druggists and country store - keepers supplisd oa liberal terms. Jaa t : DLY NCH, Junr. having made arrantem" . with a respectable house in Madeira, to he supplied with a prowrtion of Oie wines of tbe ra - ns'iesofSt. Antonio and Carua de Lobos, ( vr.'Hy acknowledged to produce tbe bett " deira in the Island) has opened a wine store, a No. 40 William - street, where be will receiveolj den fir Ibis wine, from gentlemen wishing toisy up a stuck for their own use ; and (by 11 egret - , oarntwith Uie bouse in Madeira) if the wiae, arrival, be not approved by D. L. Jr. it is not it be sent to the parties ordf nng it. D.L. Jr. has taken great pains to pffrr from variu places in the United States and V. est Ibdks, the best Madeira, that was to W purchased, in Uie wood, and old hottied wine. very superior quality, fmm private stocks, whsa be now cders tor sale. He will constantly keey on band an assortment of the choicest wine at liquors, selected with care by bimtelf, sell none which he caanot WARRANT fV a IMPORTED. Janll'" NEW - YORK t PRLVTKD AND PUBL1SBZD MICHAEL BVIVfBAM k CO - No. 42 PisTX - iraBrr. IfflFM isuic, wkj vnuvuiwiui iv mcu iw geueran by pprying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. I. Feck - sliD. having nractisod in ,a.. Mlul.. i -

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