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. i J - saawsssasa - V. 'Mr tiik stmscniuRR.' i A SLOOP. - bow buildine of the best rfH material, about 100 tow; timbers of lire : y ; Moak. locust ana cetur; Doiiom pn jerserwbile oak, baUt on purpose lor the Alba - J A ST.OOP of 50 tons, calculated for . trade bere dupatcb, burtnen, aou ' iuy dran ot waiar it reqoireu. a lurisni SCHOONER, of 40 tons, i will draw but little water, with a lee - hoard through the centre cm aer tad u expected to sail very fast . . , ' Also, a SHIP of SCO tons, calclated L kYtor a Liverpool or iMtun irauw, VVu TI K.AnUkl uit th purchaser. ) ' Qj - - Spars, timber and sUnk. Also, Umber sawed to bills for bouse dbikuij?. norO U . CHARLES BROWNWE, c. SrWi'rAI or Charter. l A new pilot boat built SCHOONER, iaiahrt 150 loos burthen, built in the best manner, copper - fastcueO, ia complete oruer u receive a cargo ffl every respect a good vessel "Apply on bourd at Burlins - slip, orto ' . IS. L; Si G. GRISWOLD, rjgj, 9 60 South - it. V ie&, Frtight or Charter, .a now nilot boat built schooner. ISO W8l!t " - - TVi' iwii burthen, built in tne Desi manuer, " oTgTod materials, copper fasteneu ; a very last uilinveMal. and mav be sent to sea with wvM . ezoense Apply on ooara ai ounio? uip, or 10 . ; , . . L. tnG. GRISWOLD, Jan ID ho eoum - n. - . f&r trtght or Charter, The fast sailin? substantial schooner j - JiIBIJTSEYV capt. Turner, one year old, will stow about 800 bbls. is in complete order for any voyage can be seen at Dover - Jt. wbarr. - ,Ptly to GOODflUE & CO. SwTl 44Southst. fOR HALE, i The new and last saumgDn" r Aftir iilbuil of the beet seasoned timber, and fiuihlully put together. Her ringing and, sails are of excellent quality. , X m vessel a wen J calculated lor a' southern packet, having hand - ' some accommodations. For terms, and a view of her Inventory, apply to , GRISWOLDS k COATCS, ' Jao 83 . 63 Soutli - st. The very fast saiiin? sloop PARAGON, Si burthen 60 tons built at Middlatown, Conuevticut. of the best materials; has made one voyage to the West Indies, is one year old - and cis be scbt to see - immediately For terms, .and a view of her inventoer. apolv lo ' . - GRISWOLDS 4c COATES, . Jan 23 . . '. 68 South - st. for jIUxantt.ia, Georgriourt and Waihmgion " t sc,,0o,,cr ADELIN'E, F - dwanl jnummey, master, laying east side Cut - fee Uouse - slip, now loading. For freight or pasivge, apply to the master on board, or to - DIVIEBKTHUNE&CO. ' feb!2 92 Coiree House - slip. 5E , Theschr UMON, Ephraim Dennett, Foe freight or passage, apply on board, it side Fly - market wharf, or to west Feb 10 ' 83 South - tlreet. For Amfutk er batttmore, The fine staunch new sloop KErU - .LATOK, Wm. SoWle, master. For fretgiu apply to GEO. M. WILbON, Fb7 130Water - st. For CITY POIAT, Fa.) The brLr EUNICE, captain How, .will sail in a few days, and will take heavy freight at a low rate. A pply on board at I me - t. wharf, or to CAMBRELENG k PEARSON, Feb 6 C7 SouUi - st. Far CllAKLLSTOA, The fast sailing schooner LOUISA, W Jii Napier, master, beius; nearly loaded, will sail the first wind for the remainder, or passage, apply on board, west side Burling - slip, erto 8. ALLEY, Feb 3 9Pina - st. for MATAXZAS, (Cuba.) The brie Caroline, G. Munro. mas ter, will take what freight may offer tins week' t or terms apply to JAMES D'WOLF. Jun. 57 Front - street. r For FREIGHT or CAARTtllt, f l e briff SIDXEY CRISPIN, bur. JJjlathen 156 tons, a staunch good vessel, lately repaired. Apply as above. feb 2 For OFORJX), f ff T1,e chr - BETSEY, capt. Turner, JiaA. burthen 97 tons, a substantial rood vessel, only one year old, having a part of her cai go engageu. ior freight of the remainder, which will be taken on very reasonable terms, apply to GOODHl'E & CO. jan31 44 South - street. For IA)JSl)OJULKH. Th fine Cut ailin - hin K'nTFR .X. Morarj. maitr. havina. 7.RiK rh.r cargo reauy to go on ooara, wilt be despatched without delay. For freight of 100 to 00 tierces seed, or passage, apply to the master on board at pier no. 13, or to t " Jan 20 W.& S.CRAIG. For Sule, Freight or Charter, The brig SIDNEY, Crispin. 156 tons. .a staunch rood vessel, lately Dut in rood order for a voyage For term apply to ., J.J.MESD'WOLF,junr. b 13 v 57 Fronts. For HA FAJfA, ' ao doj: AdMJ.ia, Ucorro Urav. LMbni;ter. a staunch rood vessel, hnrihm about 1000 bbls: to tail nn nr h.fnr Ih. O.K nst ForfrtigUtor praase, applyto m JAMES D' WOLF, junr. Ftb 57Front - st. Oxrcu GALCUTTA GOODS. h hundred bales con si Ming of aid PufkT ' LuckipMe niWabnlly, Callipatty Lkipe' ChaodforeCoinocol,y Johanna and Sxnualii - Jcllalpore and Mow. f - iTSkf"i!'8h' KomaU, A:c. - fer sale by UI3. L. OGDEN and ABRM OGDEN, J?"9 Washington - street. 9 4TRAIIS BlUXUV. Pipe Cette Brandy, eaUUcd to deben - for sale by CHAS. L. OfJDEN, and ABRM. OGDEN, , ICAKAUUA WOOD fee LIGNUMVlTiE. 8 toje Nirarazna WmH Quality ' 10 do LignumTils For tale by J.:V TUCKER ti LA0RIES, 19 59 Sonth - strwt. VVIiIE.LEAD GROUND IN OIL. Me by ,'l't reeeiTe, $,,iP w" fcbln TUCKER fc LAURITS, 0 10 S9 Soulb - streltw ipOR BALE, the cargo of the ship Cririe, cap l' tnin Hamonrev. irom Syaicena. and now landing at the foot of Liberty - street, consutiiigof ' cast inoia oogar Cotton " Ginger: Block Tin ' Gum Shellack Gum Copal v , Goat Skins of a large size Seine Twine and Gunny Base Also for sale, India Muslins of almost every description. Also, a small quantity of Rattans, and Odor of Roses. . For sale ly jan 7 . ROBERT LENOX New crop, prime, suitable for J manufacturing, will be sold in parcels to ac commodate purchasers. Also, a few bales of old crop. Enquire 148 reari - iireet, up siatrs . jan u MOLA&sEb 29 lil;ds. Molasses, of superior quality, lyins at Dover street wharf for sale by R. & C. W. DAVENPORT k CO. Jan ?6 rpWENTY Ave pipes Cette Brandy, for taleJ - a. vr iiM3, u. vjlc.i, ana ABR. OGDEN, Jan 9 " Wuihiiigton - strcet. W IN E, OIL, PAPER, &c, 130 qr. casks ana zuu nan uoiirTniaiaaa vviue 1 5 qr casks and 20 half do sweet do very bid UK itAf'nln.im.t1t ' 300 half chests Sweet Oil, 30 bet ties each 1(X boxes do do 12 bottles each SO bales Italian foolscap and letter Paper 60 do Gazette do large size ' 0 cases Fe!t Hats 15 case Liquorice Paste 1 box Ostrich Feathers, t do Chip Hats 3 do Manna in fl.ikes , Marble Slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sizes, fur pier tables, eVc. A few boxes very superior Anchovies and Olives . . , - i 500 Marble Mortars, from 10 to 24 inch ' 10 hhls Furs, ( - n(isistii)g of . . , Wild Cat, Raccoon, Fox, Muskrat, and Otter Skins . Gunny Dag", fcc For sale by CHAS. L. OGDEN, and , ABR. OGDEN, . Jan 12 Washington - atreet. GLASSWARE 15 hlids. ting. Glusswarr, consisting of Wines and Tumblers, for sale by CHAS. L. OGDEN & AUK. OGDEN, Jan 84 Washington - st. IJOUR lliouaod Gunny Bags, r ' CEBllA for sale by CUMING. Jan Zi 70 Pearl - street. DOMESTIC Ac OTHER WARES. 'THE subscribers keep constantly on hand an L extensive assortment of the following goods, viz Dutch and English ' Gunny Bags, &c. . Popes Hands Crumb Brushes Bellows, fancy and common Do for Blacksmiths Hall ann Entry .Mats Pails and 1'nhs Whocl - B.irrows Fine Wife Sieves Do Hair do Whips v every description : 1 Seine, sewing, wrapping, baleing and ball Twine .,. Fish Lines. Shoe k Sadlers Thread Dparhnrn'a Uallan - Brooms Duster, or Counter brushes Hearth Brushes, fan cy and common 1 lean ...no uo,.oo Cloth do do do Weavers do Wbitc Wash do bboe 6z Scrubbing do Paint Brushes and Sah Tools Clamps, 4.7, 8 row . Furuituie Bruslies Horse do Bed Cords. Clothes Lines Sn.ih Cord. Trara wrought ani Cut and Nails and Brads Whicb the will sell wholesale or retail on li beral terms. CEBRA & CUMING, frh 7 76 IVarl - stiret. X CU P MILL S - AWfr. &c. A SMALL invoice of X cut Mill and Pjt Saws, G. S. aodC. S. fur sale by ANDERaON k SHEARER, . 131 Water - street. Who have in Store, Hand, ripping aad dove tail Saws, brass and iron back Cast SterlChissels and Gouges Mortice Chixsels and Drawing Knives - Patent Carolina ti Virginia Hoes, No. 1234 Wrought Bails, 4d, 6.1, 8d. 10d, 12, k 20d Brass and cnpier wire, of all izes Rolled and Sheet Brars, Hrara Pans London Pins 3 1 - 2, 4, 4 1 - 2, 5 Hardware and Japanned Ware, assorted fo the country trade Engravers' Copper, in plates of all sizes, jan 12 PLASTER OF PARIS. A CONSTANT supply of ground plaster of paris, in barrels, suitable for the southern market. Orders left with Walter Nexsen, No. 174 Front - street, corner of Burling - slip, will be promptly attended to . JOHN BYERS, r oot of tlarnson - street, XMcrtb - Kiver. Jan 19 tf IRON HOLLOW WARE. AN assortment of the above article consisting of pots, kettles, bake pans, griddles, skil lets, basons, spidors, tea kettles, kc. per too or piece, for sale by CEBRA & CUMING, Jari 30 . 76 Pearl - st. Q n FIRG JVM I OBA CCO ti FI.OUR. O hhds tilJ Virginia tobacco 55 do new crop do do 66 bbls fine flour 15 do middling do. For sale by VASQUE5', M EUR ON & CLEEMAN, Feb 7 tf , No. 72 Washington - st. QUICKSILVER, tor sale by 1 20,00(1 lb. Quicksilver L. & G GRISWOLD, - SB South - street. jan 21 GERMAN STEEL, BRIMSTONE &c 155 boxes Steel 129 boxes roll brimstone 1 jcase Leghorn hats 15 do tumblers 10 packages paper 3 bases cliollets ' "( 30 boxes mould candles .' SO do soap, entitled to debenture For sale by JAMES D'WOLF, Jr." jan 13 1 57 Front - street HEMP K DUCK 60 tons t. Petersburgh clean Hemu bO bolts firatnunlitv Rimia Diu - lr For sale by J.AMES D'WOLF, Junr. .ian 8. 57 Front street. CASelJtERhS, A.j I TIJtTLl ib AAD CASMSThTTS. A FEW cases blue s, blacks and mixtures, ot' various kinds, manulartured fur a sou. Item market, will be sold low for cash or approved paper. Also, at reduced prices, several rasee of blue, black and mixed broadcloths, amnne which are some of Wokott's superfioea, at the UU.k CO 31 rA3 I '3 . Ware - House, 148 Pearl - street. feb II rpOBACCO RICE. 100 quintals first qua - jl ntycpanitj lobacco 44 tierces prime Rice, per srhr. South Carolina, for sale by JONES & MEGRA i ll, feb II 63 South - street. BLUE NANKINS - 3DO0 ps. for sale by IIURD&SEWALL, feb 1 1 65 South - street. Superfine American GIXQ HA MS. 8 cases fine gingham', for sale low by The Comtstssian Company, Feb 1) D1C 148 Pearl ?. ft CLASSES ft COFFEE - 90 hh.li. Hayat Hi na ivioiaseea new crop , . . . s. . , 34 hhds. do couck. :'. :., .. . Landing at Old - slip from Brig Caroline, and uruwujr JAiH&S U'WOLr, Jr. fe8 57 Fron - sVetV tNr'. hundred bulft Uiistoi cjpamsb Brown, J 20 do White Lead. With a general assortment' of Paintal drv and vuuu, lor aaro y KtrLCY St VTELD, ' 192 Front and comer of Fnlton - streeL Jan 23 , 1 . rjOMBAZETS. 3 bules assorted Bomba - IJ zetts, lust received ner thin Nearnr. from Liverpool, ior saie at 0 uonee House - slip, by 1. - 1 1. - .r . ' . feb II lOt 11 c.v fl ohbaf. Just opened, . assorted . JLJ ' J cases msh Linens, 1 do Scotch fiollauds, or super undressed 1 box Long Lawns and Linen Cambrics 1 do 5 - 4 Irish Sheetings and Dowlas 1 do Steam Loom Cotton hhirtiusrs . i All of which are approved and wurranted bleach es. On band, a variety of Diaper, Umak, and real Double Damask .1 able lloths, small to very large si - v , seii with Napkios, ot difierent sizes, ,;. . .10 matcn f : - ' Bomhazeens. Canton Cranea. X;r. For sale at No, 61 Maiden Lane. L. 4. C. SUYDAM. ' T THE PACKAGE. I ' A few cases Irish Lines, Long Lawns, and i uu tiiiiib i faunas, feb 18 Iw i IE VIP, LEAD, PAlNTfc, kc Russia M.JL hemp, in lots to suit purchasers ' 80 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - 2 lo 6 8 casks bar lead, 7 tons pig lead 50 bales ludia twiue English sail ad seine twine . 3 casks Prussian blue, 5 casts Vermillion 3 hhds verdigris 50 cask French yellow ochre , Dry white and red lead 20 boxes tin For sale by PETER SCHERMERFIORN k SON?, 243 Water - street. .Also, 200 anchors, of Hunt's make, from 40 to 2oUU wt. Cables' and cordage, of all sizes, best Quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery. : reo 11 11 v ' J AM Ed D'WOLF, jr. 57 Front - street, oilers 1 for sale . 50 tons clean St. Petersburg bemp Russia duck 1C000 lbs. green coffee In hhdi. entitled to drawback Roll hrirmtnnc, German steel do ' Writing and wrapping - paper do 15 rases half - pint tumr lers ' do 1 Castile soap and mould candles - do 1 case Leghtrn hats . do 2 cases cholot. - do 1 men platillas Feb 10 OSNAHVRG3& PAPER 1 bale Osna - bu its. and 1 do Italian Paper, for sale at 76 Pearl - aireet. febll CEBRA k CUMING. HTOHF. ro LIT. The fire proof store No. 2 Gouvcrneur's Lane,, (near Water street) is to let from 1st May next. It lias four stories besides a large cellar and a very commodious e arret. Being detached rost ion irttvy prohalily be hurt, iriruiiwi, ue - fore the 1st May. App j at 29 South stnwt, to feli2 I UCKEK.& LAt RIKS. O LK'i A l Dl.OUMh'(ilA l.t., - The house and grnuLds belongii g to the estate of John Shaw, situntt d on the eighth avenue. On the premise are an exi clit n" diul k home, stable, coach and ire hnu'e, with evtry tliiug else requisite for such an establishment, ft i presunittd any other description is linnet s,i - rj, a those inclined toient will view the plue. Also, the large fireproof store in the rear of houses 1 1 and 13 Pearl - street ; where there is for sale some old Madera Wine, by the Demij.bn. For further particulars, apply fo ANN M. SH AW, Jan 29 1 1 Ppnrl - treet. . . KJH .Vf - r. tili JXU.FAZt., 1 l.ouin me a. 0, u, ana :u warns: many hirh are on regulated nnd raved streets No money will rw required under Un years, if sold, interest excepted. HOUSES. Several two and three story houses, on which a great part of the money remain on mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent stand for business, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, storehouse and barn.' COTTON od WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may be erected, with a sufficiency of water for each. Apply at No. 2 Greenwich street jan 13 tf TO LET, From the 1st May next, the three - story biick house No. 18 Courtland - street, with or without the stable in the rear Apn'y to J. k R. RENW1CK", Feb 2 18 Courtland - sL fg FIRE PROOF S'WRE. Viiil To let, that four story brick fire proof store, No. 8 Governeor's Lane, near to South - stree . Apply to GARRITT STORM, feb3 tf No. 9 Coentits - slip. S 1 Ht sil .k ini I n i.k 11.' r.Jl On accommodating terms a number of 1 . . . w w 1. . . mm .... vs.. witier and buildmg lots, near and adjoining the navy - yard, at Brooklyn. For particulars enquire of . v SAMUEL EVANS, jan 22 tf .Brooklyn. rTt TO LET, ailil The brick store No. 84 Maiden - lans and immediate possession given. Apply at No. 86 Washington - st. . Feb 7 tf TO LET, From the first May next, the store no. 79 couth - atreeL For terms, apply to L. LF.FFERT2?, Jun. feb 7 23 William street. jThe subset iber will lca?o or tell the lot Vtit and heuse in which be now lives ia I.au - reus - street It is a pretty comfortable bouse for a small moderate family, having a si one kitchen and cellar, two rooms on each floor and a bed - chamber in the garret. Across the rear of the house there is a pleasant piasa, built scarcely three years ago It has a neat little garden about 60 feet deep, aid a small table, leadiag to which there is a gaugwar font the street Apply to A. D. Duff, No. 69 Wasliingtoo - street. Feb 2 If . , . JA VE.S TILLARY. FOR SALE, . us at. raorxRTV in tie city ot saw - voaa. A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. II W . ra a rm ti m m x a, uowery a 1 a due. in me rear logein - er with the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, aad 125 feet on each side. - HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Vet y - sfreet ; and Hatend LotNo. 39 Vesey - lreet. A BOND and MORTGAGE lor 1200 dollars, do and do for 750 - do do and do . - for 450 1 do On valuable property in the city of New - York. The in ercst has always been punctually paid. For rartiCfliars inqoi - e at lh office of STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, dec 10 tf So. 27 Wall - street. ' . : TO LET, '. . And immediate mimirim ri rn K bt!e No. 9 Pearl - street, together with the sta ble and Coach House in the rear ea Bridge - it. Tn premises are in complete repair and have every convenience necessary for the acconimo daUon of a family. For particulars apply to Li. l)HAUIn. real Estate foii halv. Two 2 - storv brick houses and lots, litna. ted No! os. 37 k 39 Vesev - straet. . Also, a house and lot No. 1 1 Bowery, near Chibaai - square,44 feet front by 125 deep.: All 00 Accommodating terms. For particulars apply at No. 332 Green wich - tt. jan 15 tf U - ; - '1 0 LET, From the first of May next, the spacious three story brick house No. 1 69 Grenwich - st. cWper of Dey - stresL Enquire at 152 Wash ington - street Jan 29 3w .. . FOR SALE, - .. - . jsi! The House and Lot No. 101 Liberty st DDtn 34 feet, breadth 25. Depth of the lot 107 feet " Those who imay wish to purchase property of this discription, can at any time view the premises, and terms of sale may be agreed on, "I application to POTT k M'KINNE, edscSI 56 South - street FOR SALE, A VERY DESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE. . Tli subscriber offers for rale his home and a honttf acres of Land in Hurting on LnngMaod, 1 toiiles from New - York. , The house is large and very convenient lor a genteel family and crui - maads an extensive nnd beautiful prropect. The stable, carriage bouse, wood house, poultry house, JCC. rectuily iiuilt. The buildings and tenets are in excellent repair, aud lately painted. The iairlen is larse nnd well storked with a variety of irui(i and the orchnrd with the best kinds of apples pears kc. Wear the house are two wells ol excellent water and a new cistern; all with good puaips (his plce is very conveniently sit uated, there being conveyances, by good stages nr packets to ami from New sork every dav, except Sundays. For further particulars and terms 01 saie apply v . JUtl.l ASI 1. WAJUI., Jan 26 1m No. 123 Pearl street. - Hume, Stable, Gardtu, ke. of (Jrcenu tch, TO LET . . Lrii) The subscriber will let or lease, for a term of years, his house at Greenwich. It is pleasantly siluatd on the banks ol'the Hudson, and calculated to accommodate a large fhniilv. For terms apply to DIVIE BETHUNE, Vaoau . VX wail strepr. fUR AALt, Thetwohoues, No 43 and 50 Broadway, to r.e completely finished and delivered on the I5lh April next. ' Apply to . ; ' JOHN SLIDELL k CO. ' Jae 29 tf No. 50 Broadway. Unisi Th"se two new and elegantly finishrd thn story houses No. 10 and 12 ttrnad - street ThMe h(us - s are built in the modern utile and finished in the very best manner, and in - n the very desirable situation, both as to pleasantness and for business, it is thought that tin t me not surpascil,ii equalled, by any offend tob - let ia tiiis city. Joe apartments lor si oris in Those building are so constructed as to he entirely distinct friiin the dwelling tjpnstnifiits, whfoh'eon - taini ckren rooms and pantries, kitchen, 4ic. ex clnded. Every convenience for families of re - H tctability is afforded in litem. Persons desi - The dwelling and stores will te let aep'.irate or together. Apply at 55 broad way, or 10 CHAS. OAKLEY, 141 Front street. ALSO TO LET, . That new two story brick house No. 8 New trvrf. niirh to Wall - itreet. nossession 1st May Also, house 27 CourtUfdt - strett, in good order and lit for a genteel lamily 1 it being now in pos of D. G. Hubbard. Esq Possession 1st Mnr. Aim. a good two story hmise at Greenwich, now in occupancy of Geo. Liiid'ay, Esq. AIo, ionise no. 6 C'herry - streti, suueo lora hoc riling house, and the lower front room lor a store. And ' House and two acres of ground, near Manhat tanville, hav ing garden, kc. Apply as above. feb 10 tl VAl.UABi.em FRUh - ERTi FOR SALE. jftj - Will bo sold at public auction on the 4ai42th Feb. if uot previously disposed of at private al, that well known and valuable property, situated on the turnpike road, about 3 - 4 of a mile from, Brooklyn ferry, commanding a beautiiul view of the navy - yard ami Waliabout bay. It coutains about nine acres of land, in the highest state of cultivation, having asparagus beds which produce $500 per annum ; with he - tween 50 and 60 English cherry trees in full bearin;. There are on the premises two houses and a store. The house, at present occupied by the subscriber, is large and very commcxlious, and in sufficient good order for the reception of any family. - The barn is conveniently situated, ,. . m, 1T1 ? and 10 excellent rrpair. 1 nere are naewuwjo veral beautiful building lots. Parsons desirous of purchasing are requested to call ou the subscriber, when they can exam, ine the condition of the property. Feb 12 TEUNI3 I. JOHNSOV. RE That large two story house occupied by Uie subscriber, aituate on Front - street between the upper and lower ferries at Brooklyn, with the ground attached thereto well calculated for a private family or a large genteel Hotel A 1, several lota adjoining said hou - e, beautifully situated and convenient to build on, tor gentlemen who do business in tbe city of New - York, being near to the terries Also eleven lots in the rear fronting Water - street, .about half way be tween the two lames ; part of wiucn is now oc cupied far a lumber - yard r or further particu lars apply to JOSHUA SANDd. Feb 7 2w TO BE LET, Two convenient rooms in the basement of No. 44 Pine - street, suitable lor edicts or count ing rooms. Inquire of D.S.JONES, ?eb5tf 44 Pine - street. ATYlttJbX 7YJ LET. The four itorv 6re nroof Store. No. 92 and oearthe Ferry , at prt sent occupied by Messrs. 1 oweseiM s vt hue. , 'I l intir ctorv firo nronf Store No. 91 South street, niijouiing the above, at present occupied by MX. 1 nomas o. 1 owntenu. AI.K11. il.in Sn. 215 Kn.nl ifrret. next to the rrirnrroi Crane wbarf, now occupied by Messrs. iVJutt neoinnnn. The four slry fire proof store No. 24 1 vV ater - street, near feca mo Appiy to PETER SCUERMl.RHORN k SONS Feb I t 8t No. 2U Water - sfroet. a t)R HALE, Ibi tiretnwicli street, next 10 ine corner 01 vrj ir.et CaJibeviewiUateay time, iorraru - culars apply atN". 52 Front - street. f... iu 1 w tAB. I O LET, 5j!;2 The new brick Stoie no. 62 Stone - st Arlyto T. fc J. SWORDS. Feb 14 ' irtJSt FIRE fRisOF PJHE. uJiS Tn let and possesion Cmt or May next, th rour story fireproof store, No. 34 Sontk - st. between Coenties nnd Cd slips. Lu.joire of the Surcriher, . X Murray, or 45 Oiaiehef street, ieb 9 tf S. D.CRAHe. ri FOR SALE AT AlXTlOK At the T. C. H. on the 1st day of March next, the FARM belonging to the esUte of the late Dr. Isaac Ledyard, situated one mile south of the Tillage of Newtown, Long Island. 'The W iltiamsburgh turnpike rune throegn the Farm, on one sideol which isaneweiccllent'stone wall, nan a mile ia length. The farm contains about 150 acres, 15 ol.which is a fine Wood Lot, with two apple orchards one old. the ether just begin ning to hear well, and a suitable proportion of goon tan meadow. I be Mansion House is large and convenient, four rooms on each floor, with a gond kitchen and cellars ; attached is a large barn, crib, hen boese, smoke house,' well, and a new cmern, c. 1 lecourt yard and garden contain a variety of fruit trees and shrubbery, a large naragus neo, raspberries and currants. Also A ARM adjoining the above, containing about sixty acres ; attached to whicb is an e - qual proportion of Salt Meadow, and a lot of young wood, situated within less than a mile of tne tarm, containing tea acres, with a farmhouse, barn, well, garden, tc. . ! Likewise A Lot of Land, lying at Sprinfield, south ol the village of Jamaica, containing be tween four and five acres, on which are about a dozen lutge cheniut trees, suitable for iencing. ' The above lands wi I be all regularly surveyed, and maps of the same exhibited some time previous to, and at the sale, and dirposed of by the .. 1. . v l . - 1 . : . 1 , 1 nun uic uuuuiiigi uiereon, inciunveiy. Possession given on the first o: April.' For further particulars, apply at 49 Dey - ttreet. jan 8 tds - tfTSl REAL LH'IAIE tOR bALb.. VjUljThe elegant and convenient three - story brick hou - e and lot No. 26'Bowery, together wiin acoacb fcoue and stable fronting on Bay ard - strett, and joining the rear of Die before mentioned lot. For further particular ccquire at ai wail, corner ol William - street. Jan 29 if A COfATMG ROOM TO LET. A pleasant nnd convenient Counting ivouunn sioie io. zy s'Diitiin'reft, iron 1st may nexi. Appiy 10 1 uZiJCiV ol lauium feb 3 TO LET, A large convenient modern built house. couch house and improvements, (with or without an extei.sive Kitchen garden and bark lot from the first of May next ; oiluali d on the corner ol the Frst Avenue and Firt - street, near the coriier of North and A lien - streets, nnd about one mile iroin the i.ity Mali. The situation is elevated ami healthy, ami in every respect suitable for a genteel tamil v. On the premises it a well of most exceneui water. Appiyto - .1.1... f . CORNELIUS DUBOIS. Feb 2 tf , No. an Front - street. - ; TO LET, Two neat, new, 2 - story brick front build ings, situate in Allen - street, next to the hall - al - ey. 1 hey are finubed in handsome style with cisterns iu the yards, and every other conveoi - eiice to render them pleasant and desirable tenements. Adjoining the ground on which the buildings stand are several vacant lots which will also be let for a garden to the person or per sons who shall hire the bouses. Apply to JAMES KNOX. at tho ball - alley 1 or at his bouse, 25 Orchard - street. ' Feb 9 tf 1 Tfk I k'l iil From 1st of Mav. two genteel 3 storv bru t; houses. No. 491 &iiJ4!2Grreuwich - etreet. with for without) stables in the rear ; occupied at prtseui ny air. ueorge hoggin and nir. Joel Also, a convenient dwelling houstj, (occupied by Robt. Ailrain, Esq ) and Stable, with a very good garden, liontiug Lovt: Liune. Bioomingaaie roan Enquire No. 496 Green wieh - etrect. feb 6 If , - ' JO LET, v The brick store Nf. 2 Gouverneur's Lane, next door to Water - street It bat four fl iers, besides a large cellar and garret. Posses - ion may (probably) be had previous to the 1st May, ifrequired. Apply nt 29 South - street, feb 16 TUCKER& LAURIES, TO LET. House 18 Reed, next to the corner of Elm - street, very commodious for a boarding house or a large family, having two cellar kitchens, four rooms on the first floor, five on the second, and four on the third, all in good repair or particulars, appiy o C.IIA LUUIAIH, feb 7 tf 34 Beaver - street. TO LET, From the 1st of May next, the lower counting room of No - 54 South - street. AS.SU, The upper counting room, No. 71 Soulh - tt Ai - nivto JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. leh 13 JO LhT, Tho store and cellar under the main fciiiiiiing of the house No. 223 Pearl - street, and a three story fire - proof store in the rear, now occupied hy the subscriber; possession 10 be given on the 1st of Alay next. Also, his stable and coach - house, situated on Gold - street, in the rear of his aforesaid premises, possession of which can be had immediately. Feb 2 tf JOHN I. GLOVER. sSTl COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE, SijjjJ. - Jt Waliabout Point, Loug - Ulani!, late the residence of capt. Iimbert Schenck. deceased. Ou the premises is a large spacious dwelling - house and ot - buildings in proportion 24 acres of land in the highest state of cultivation j (10 or 20 acre of wood - land ifrequired by the purchaser) For particulars apply to Leonard Uleecker, 37 Wall - sL J Mart in Schtuk, juu'r. New - Tofk 76 .South - street, ) Martin Scheuk, Waliabout.' . Jan 27 1m RE1L ESTATE VOB B ALB 1ST BAOOKtV. Two 2 story new frame houses on Brook - L.nul.lili Iiuilt 1'u.nof the i ifv and lAV 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 pla ces ; on the lower Door it a good aiicnen, oeu rrtnni nnrl nanfrv. Toeacb of the houses are attached 3 1 - 2 lots of ground, each containing 25 feet front and rear and 100 eet deep, banilsomviy lam out in dent and grass plots, with .1 variety of alirnhlie. ry. fruit trees, ic j the whole enclosed with a new and substantial fence. Near the premises is an excellent well of water. For further partir." lars, arplyto ANDREW MERCLIN, Comer of Washington and Nesiauiireefs, febStf !rw,hlvn - To he Let. Leatoi, or Sold. J2ED The tpscioue 3 itory brick HOUSE, No - 129 Chamber - street, Having enj""" - nience for a large family, and a w. 11 of excellent water in the vard. Its proximity to the Square lately opened, Rives a view qf Hudson - street from the rear ol the house, and renders the situation airy and pleasant. Fur terms ap - nlvto JOHN O. AIUKKAV. K SON, I - . , 11 1 . tCO O J pcari - iiixev. TO LET, The three story brick dwelling, 27 Nor - fol - street Enquire ef . CON k AiON TAUDEv ERT, Feb 11 SO Wall - t. OFFICE TO LET. S A pleasantly situated and spacious Office, 34! Pearl - street, a few doors above Peck - slip Arwy to . . R. &C. W. DAVENPORT k CO. Ftbl J 35 Peck - slip. TO TllE'tltiUC. . ., ' (Er G. SAUNDERS, maker and vender f razor - strops, having lost bis all by the rate fire and himself, wile aud child kava narrowly - .;ik il.:. 1: .L . . ' 1 "., wj Ml ,UT LJ O, I1TCIU of hit friends and customers, hat opened a subscription at the following placet, to give the humane and charitably disposed an opiortunity of assisting him iu his distress, vit : - a( Hyde k Net eon', comer ol Broadway and Maiden - lane I Priori, Durmiog's,'No. Ill Watertrsjct: and at Megary's book - store, . No. 20 Wall - staeet; . where donatious, however triniug, will be thank fully received. - : " ' r ' FeliU . - - G. SAUNDERS. ; f.,, NOTICE. - t . - , 4 rtr' The Subscriber, in behalf of himself anil his associates, gives notice, that Vo application will ne made to tne honorable tbe legislature of this state, at its next session, for aa Acts to incor porate a Bank with a capital stock f Five Hundred Thousand Dollars, and' with leave to increase it to One Million ; to te located north east of ueekmaa - street, in the city ef New - v one, ana to be called " 1 he Jt rankua UvH ol the city of New - York." , , Dated New - York, lClh Dec. 181T. ' j 81 nrilr of Iha A iumI.i - .' ri: S . decSOlf NOAH BROWN, 8ecry.. MECHANICS' BANK, ftj The Stockholders are informed that a Dividend of four and and a half per cent will be' paid on the first day of February next. By order of the President and Directors. . Jan 21 1m . , - - . W. FISH, Cashier. , CHARITY SERMON. , On Sunday evening next, the Uevd. Dr. Ro tncyn will preach a Charity 8emci) in the Presbyterian Church in Cedar - street, wheo a collection will he made for the benefit of the Orphan. Assylum Society.. j . - i ... . ,,.1, Few instifutior.s have greater claims on the public th:n the above. ' 1 here are now one hundred and twenty orphan tbildren under its care, who have been almost forgotten this winter, in (he distributions of the benevolent; and ate now coming before tbem entirely destitute of support. feb!7 4t ....... .. .. Lr 1 he public is resptcllully iuJof toed, that fbe gentlemen who volunteered their service to aid the funds of the Suuday School Union So. cieties, by tbe concert of. Sacred Musid given at st. ueorge 's Churtri on Wecnesday ayening. have consented to repeat the exercires on '1 burs - day evening next, the 19th inst at the sama place. ' " . .. . i .' k 1 icxsts, at 5U cents each, may be had of James Easiburn k Co. at Uia Literary . Rooms of Messrs. A T Goodrich k Co. Broadway 1 I'i W Galladet's, 201 Water st ; of R St W, Bartow, Pearl - street, corner 0 Frankfort - st; of .Mrs. Brewster, 112 WUliain - st ; of T A Ronakls, 108 Pearl - st ; of J C lotion. Bowery 1 of T tc JjSuords, 1C0 Pearl - st 1 of Dodge it - Say re, iiroadant, and of Jas. A Burtis, peck - Iip. I0 17 St . . , r - . , ,. .)lp . ; - , Poitpontment of the rum.v - Xr The public are informed that the txxt meeting of the Forum Is postponed to Friday evening, the 27th init. when the following qnas - tion wuroe aisntissed : njgni mo minus or women to be cultivated by the same stadiet aa those of men f' - i 1 Feb 151 COitLLiO. PARUEb. (TT The manager! give notice thai tl nest OililliarvPrt - - tiU - C., - JW - ii s - - " - - ten 10 41 - - - - i ' - - lor England, eti halifax, Joia - Stotia. ffy Letters for his Britaunic malestj's packet Grace (for Falmouth, via Halifax, Novo - Scot ia) will be received at tbe post office till Wednesday afternoon, the 4th of March. T. W. MOORE, Agent. Feblg ' ' " NOTICE. nT" ftrThe subscriber! having entered info part - iitrsT.ip, tbe STOCK k EACIAiNuK, UUcl - NESS heretofore conducted by R. H. NEVIN3. will be continued under the film of NE VIN3 k TOWNSEND. . ' . rushkll. 11. mr.vima, " feb 3. ELIHU TOWN.SKM). ; TAKE NO I K E, f - T - All rw rtoos having demands against, ami those indebted to the estate ol William Rogers, def eased. Are requested to call upoa THOM AS MAS I Etta, rquire,o. vvau - sueei. seated Jan. 19, 1818. "lf2, ' AMfl nutiUVB, cxeceirizi Jnn21d1m ' Euterptan Society 'Zi Concert. ; rtr - 1 he committee ol the Euterpe an Society having resolved to give a second concert on the 24lh lint, at the City noiei, eacn inemuer win ho vntiileii to ui tickets, bv SDDlvii g lo the see rs tary ot No. 206 Broadway, 00, or before the - 21st instant Uy order, J " feh9t34 jOWKPti k. - viuiii, secry. rrj - rheasiKi)eesoftJieesUteofMrs. Sid ney Hewitt, (in order to give time Tor all her ci editors to come in and partkipate in U10 funds provided for tiicm.) do hereby extend the time of rendering their accounts to Air. Dlake,atNo 3 Law Uuilduigs, unt l the Jt ct March ensuing . , Febg lrer. UMO.v BANK, lOthKenioarj, ltfltt - ' ftT" Tbe stockholders are requested to attetul at the banking house. No 17 Wall - street, art Thursday, the !2hdy of March utit, to elert eleven direct 01 1 lor the ensuing Jar. 'I he. poll will open at ten o'clock and shut at two. . - . . ' . , . mi 1 r ... 4:1 Tne transfer dooas win ne anut uou 111 eum I3lh March. . , T: By order of the board of dirertort, . , fcblOlm JOHN LOW. Cashier. NOTICE. (ttr Alt persons having claims against the estate of Capt. William Taylor, defeased are desired to present them to lb subscriber lor settlement, and those indebted lo said estate are it - quested to make WlVc feb 121m Administrator. - NOTICE. . . : .? - try The corBrtner.bip heretofore existing be tween Ihe subscribers, under the firm ot A. 8. Da its 4 - Co. is Ibis day dissolved by mutual coq - ..1 Tiie debts due and claims ngaiutt said i - :n i,..irf br N. S. Davies. ' '" - N. 8. DAVIEB,' A. W. TRAPFANV Tnebasinese will in future.be conducted by N. Smith Davies, under tbe ttrsa of N.Smith Da - vies U Co. c . ' 'J w - . . ii '' 3 seb 14 ' NOTICE. "; 1'. ftr - The co - DartnerstiiD heretofore, erietirs between we eurtecribers, under the firm off. M. k A. I. Huntiugti, is this day dissolved by muiaal consent - - I he concerns of said firm will be settled by Thomas M. Haqtiagtoa, at No. IW teail - Mreet. - - . - - . - . - ' - ; - ;. ;'. . THOMAS M. HUNTI.NtJTOX, .' ALFRED J. HUNTINGTON, , . x New.York, 10th Feb. 1818.. ..... TnoKAi M. Hvbtissto will coutinue tlie busmess on bis own account, and has on hand a general assortment of hardware, cutlery, 4:c. which he oners ior saieon accommoaaung icikh. febltidlwcSw ROB ROT, - " ftT By Uncelebrated autborof Waverry, Gay Manuering, Antiquary, Teles of My Landlord, &c. c. which hut loog hea anxiously ed, will be puhlished early ".iTfh'tu subscribers to Ihe CIRCt LA'i IN G 1 JBRAR Y. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - ttreet, wUl be liberally supplied, with that, ajid every other interesting new woik. Several have lately arrived from Locdoa. kb 14 1

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