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SHE . : ' f'NUMBEP 4H97 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1818. NO. 42 PINE - STREET, W - YORR EVENING POST. SALR AT THE SHIP - YARD Ot FG - THE SUBSCRIBER, A SLOOP, now building of the best r jflK materials, about 100 tons; timbers ofliv V ' c ,ocast cedar; bottom plank &7wkite oak, built on purpose for the Alba - A or.noV of 50 tons, calculated for iany trade where dispatch, burtnen, anu Arn nf writer it reouired. A periagua SCHOUafcK, 01 w ion?, will draw but little water, with a lee - ' hnnnl throneh the centre of her keeL tad is expected to tail very fast. ... . n o ship f .V.fl lom. calculated i for a Liverpool or London trader, (that 'ran ha fini.fied to suit the purchaser.) (r Smr. timber and plank. Also, timber sawed to bills for house building. DOVB tl CHAULM pn.y,n.... k'reivkt iir Charter. LL a new pilot boat built 6CHOON ER, 5iiabout 150 tons burthen, bnilt in the best manner, copper - fastened, in complete order to receive a cargo in c - ry yr - ' Anolv ou boanint Burling - slip, orto Apply on ooaru & b GR3W0LDt - r.ia ' 86South - st fhr Salt. Freight or Charter, . '4 w boat built schooner. 130 . ... A itOUS OUrtlien, OUlll W me uesi mtuiiwr, material, ennner fastened : a very fast :i:n.. - l. and ma be sent to sea with small exnense Apply on board at Burling slip, or to P N. L. klG. GRISWOLD, ,i,.iii - ' 06Soulh - st. 'nr psrv nnl Tumr. one. vear old. will stow about flOO bbls. is in complete order r h lean at a vsr - t . wHarf. . jorany tuvc , " " nplrto GOOD11UE&CO. Jao22 44 Southst. , itiH SALE. The r.ew and Cut sailin'brur FAME. Ibuili of the best seasoned timber, and fcuUW'uHf nut together. Her rigging and sail are of excellent quality. This vessel is well calculated lor a southern packet, having haad - come accommodations. For terms, and a view of her inventory, apply to GR1SW0LDS&C0ATES, Jan 23 ' 63 South - st. E'er AUxandixa, Ueorgtluirn and WathoigUm IsttV. The tcliooAer ADELINE. Edward " r ... . : I r . . lee iiouse - enp, now luaamg ror irrini o passage, apply to the master on board, or to DIVtE BKIHU.NEoiCO. feb 12 9i Coffee House - slip. For Wilmington, V. Thcschr UMOX, Ephraim liennctt, - master, will be ready to take in to - mor - rjw. r or Ireint or passage, atply on board, west side Fly - market wharf, or to JONES it MEG RATH, - Feb 10 A3 South - street. for Cm FOLST, (fa.) Th bri? F.UMCK - . contain How. .will sail in a few daTS. and . will take heavy freight at a low rate, A pply on board at Pine - si. wharf, or to CAMBRELENO & PERSO., Feb 6 G7 Soultwst. tor CfVi Hi. fcaaOV, vIlO The fast sailing schooner LOUISA, VV jj2Napier, master, being nearly loaeiel, Will tail this first wind for the rminJrr, or passage, apply on board, west side fiurling - slip, or to . ALLEY, Feb 3 9:t Tine - st. ror JMT.iAZ.ib, (Cuba.) ' v4l The brig Caroline, U. Munn, mas. IMYiw. will take what freight may offer Ui is week t or terms apply to JAMES D'WOLF. Jim. 57 Front - street. For FREIGHT or CAJRTER. The brig SIDNEY CRISPIN, bur - then 156 tons, a staunch pood vessel. lately repaired. Apply as above. feb 2 For OFURiV, 1 he tchr. BETSEY, capt. Turner, L. burthen 97 tons, a substantial rood vessel, only one year old, having a pait of her targo enggea. For freight of the remainder, which will be taken on very reasonable terms, apply to GOODHUE & CO. jun 31 44 South - street. tor tA)AUUJSHt.tiRl. The - fine fast sailins - shin FOSTF.Tt. u&N. Morsn. master, havini 7 - S'hs of hrr cargo ready to go on board, wll be despatrhf J without delay. For freight of 100 to 200 tierce seed, or pass: ire, apply to the master on board at pier no. 13, or to Jn 20 W. fc .S. CRAIG. tor Salt, Fretght or Charter, JM Tlie bri l ONLY, Crispin, 156 tons, staunch good vessel, lately put in good order lor a voyage For trrm npjlv to J.4.MESD'WOI.F,jmr. Feb'3 For Hd - WAW, The bris AHEONA. G .master, a atnunrh &rvu vrud Imii.. about 1000 bbls j to sail on or before the 2ith inst For freight or passage, apply to . JAMES D'WOLF', junr. Feb 13 S7 Fmnt - f. cai:ijtta nnnns ONE hundred bnles conji'ting of Baftas, Luckipore, CLittabully, Callipatlv and Putka. CimsuIh, Chnudpore.Coraocolly, Johanna an - l ickiporc. Saninhs - Jcllalpore and Mow. Uiecki - GiHah., Kml, ftc for sale by CHS. L.OGDEN and ABRM OGDEN, J"19 ," Wa - hinffton - iitreet. AiritAirs BiiANov. fdM PipM Cclte Drandy, entitled to debenture, for rale by CHAS.L. OGDEN, and ABRM. OGDEN, - Jan " WasWnston - strect. MlCAKAUUA WOOD 7TuiMJVlVTA:. lt tojs Nicaragua Wood of verv good nuality 10 do Lignnmvittf For sale by , , TUCKER & LAORIES, A 13 29 South - street. WIi,JE.LEAI) ;10UND IN OIL rT!li,00 .krE' of 2J!lh each. Lead, 'for sale by0 received P" hiP Vyi,Iia "r.K, TUCKER ft LAURIES, " 10 29 Soiith strrc. LF SK1N5, "I rop soles and ranges, ( i;rn?&hortbootles.,j M by ELL' ELECKNER, T Rt .wi. t n at, anorieu rix. C Kt"J. Gridulw, Bake pans ?abe pnns Firtlogs, kc. For Feb 19 CEDRA&CITMIXG, 76 rearl - st; I70R SALE, the cargo of the ship Cririe, cap P tmnHuniDlirevs, from ticutta. and now landing at the foot of Liberty - street, consisting of bast India sugar Cotton Ginger : Block Tin Gem Shellac k Gum Copal Goat Skins of a large sire Seine Twine and Gunav Bazs Also far sale, India Mnslios 6f almost every description. Also, a small quantity of Rattans, and Odor of Roses. For sale I y jan 7 ROBERT LENOX. "COTTON New crop, prime, suitable lor manutac!unng, will be sold in parcels to ae commodate purchasers. Also, a tew bales of old crop. Enquire 148 Pearl - street, up stairs. fan 8 MOLA6SES 29 hhds. Molasses, of superior quality, lying at Dover street wharf for safe b? R. & C. W. DAVENPORT ic CO. Jan'6 STRAITS BKAiNUY. TWENTY five pipes Cette Brandy, for sale 1 by CIIAS. L. OUIJEN, and ABR. OGDEN, Washington - street. Jan U TINE, OIL, PAPER, kc. 130 qr. casks V V and 200 hntf r)n drv Malasa Wine 5 qr risks and 20 half do sweet do very old 158 doColnwnardo 300 half chests Swcrt Oil, 30 br flics each 100 boxes do do 12 bottles each 60 bales Italian foolscap and letter Paper 50 do Gazette do large size 9 cases Fed Hats 15 cases Liquorice Paste 1 box Oitmh Feathers, 1 da Chip Hats 3 do Manna in flukes . Marhle Slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sizes, lor pier t'diles, ic. ' A - few ho xee very superior Aucho vies and Olives 500 Marble Mortars, from 10 to 24 inch 10 bbls Furs, consisting of. Wild C t t. Raccoon, Fox, Muskrat, and Oltf - r Skins Gunny Bats, Kc For sale hy Cll AS. L.OGDEN, and ABR. OGDEN, jan 12 Washington - street. GLASSWAUE 15 bhds. Eng. Glassware, consisting of WinM and Tumbler, for sale b CHAS. L.OGDEN iz ARR OGDEN. Jan tt Washington. t.' ITlllIR ihniiii. - iiiil (iiinnv Kiii. lorii!f hv f CEBRA CUMING, Jan 23 76 Pearl - street. X CUT MILL SAWS, kc. A SMALL invoke of X cut Mill and Pit Saws, ti. S. nnd C. 8. far sale by ANDERsON k sHE ARER, 131 Water - strtet. Who havt in Store, Hand, Tipping and dove tail c'aws, biass and iron hacks Cast Stel Chissc! nnd Gouges Mortice Chisels and Drawing Knives Patent Carolinu & Virginia Hots, No. 1234 Wrought nails, 4t), fid, (M, 10(1, 12, Si 20d Brass and copper wire, of oil sizes Rolled and Sheet Brats, Brass Pans Indnn Pin, Nos. 'J 1 - 2, 4, 4 1 - 2, 5 Hardware and Japanned Ware, assorted fo the country trade Engravers' Copper, in plates of all size, jan 12 PLANTER OF PARIS. A CONSTANT supply of ground plaster of XJa. pans, in barrels, suunnie lor the soumern market Orders left with Walter Messed, No. 174 Fronl - streef, corner of Burling - slip, will bo promptly attended to JOHN BYERS, Foot of Harrison - street, North - River. Jan 19 If 37 URUIJSM WBACCO U FJsOUK. hhds old Virginia totacco 55 do new crop do do C6 bbls fine flour 15 do middling do. For sale by VASQUE6', MEURON & CLEEMAN, Feb 7 tf No. 72 Washington - st QUICKSILVER 20,000 lb. Quicksilver for sale by N. L.&G GRISWOLD, jan 21 86 South - street. ERMAN STEEL, BRIMSTONE &c 155 ooxes sicet 129 boxes roll brimstone 1 case Leghorn hats ' ' 15 do tumblers 10 packages paper 3 bases cliollcts . SO boxes mould candles SO do soap, entitled to debenture For aie ov JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. 57 Front - street jan 13 HEMP K DUCK toO tons St. Petersburg!) clean Hemp hi) blts first quality Russia Duck For sale by J AM E3 D'WOLF, Junr. jan 8 57 Front slrre!. CASSLYt.TTS. FEW casfs blurs, blarks and mixtures, of XJL various kinds, manuiactureo: for a southern market, will be sold low lor cash or approved paper Aln, at reduced prices, several cases of blue, black nnd mixed broadcloths, among which are some of WolcoU's superfincs, at the COM. COMPANY'S Ware - House, 148 Pearl - street. feb 11 WOBACCO RICE. 100 quintals first qua - J. lity Spanish Tobacco 44 tierces prime Rice, per schr. South Carol! na.for sale by JONES & M EG RATH, feb II 83 South - street. BLUE NANKlNS - 3000ps. for sale by HURDISEWALL, feh 1 1 65 South - street. Superfine American Gl.VGHAMS. cases fine giaghams, for sale low by The Commission Companv, 8 Feb 18 D&C 148 Pearl - st. PIANO FORTE FOR SALE. ANEW and fashionable instrument, made by one of the best London manufacturers, and in complete order, will be sold cheap, as the owner wishes to leave. the city. Enquire at 32 Cedar - street, comer of Broadway. Jan3l PURITY OF HEART, or a Woman as she should be ; an interesting tale, by an old wife of twenty years, price 87 1 - 2 cents, just published and for sale by COLLINS & HANNAT, Feb 13 230 Pearl - st. T BROWN, stasia seal engraver aodjewel - . ler. No. ICS Broadway. Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, kc ensraved on stone. A handsome assortment of fin old teals. chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved with coats of arms, mottos, and fancy device. Diamonds, amethysts, crystals, kc. bought in the rough or cut to any form. Books of heraldrr keDt with onwards of 60.000 nam. , Jaa 7 3m FLOUR and TOBACCO. 200 bbls. superfine Virginia Flour 60 kegs second quality, mmuPd Tobacco, Landing from the schr Belvidi re, and for sale by Walsh ft Gallagher, feb IS 68 South - street JVfOLASSES k COFFEE90 hhds. Hava - Lij. na Molasses new crop 24 hhds. do Coffr Landing at Old - slip from Brig Caroline, aad lor sue dj JAOltfl U' WOLF, Jr. - k2 57 Fron - street ONL hasKfred bids. Bristol buaiiisu firosvo, 20 do White Lead, With a ceneral auortment of Paints, dnr and ijnnnia, lor sue vj KirLEYIC WELD,' 192 Front and corner of Fnltoa - street. Jaa 23 OOMBAZETS 3 bales assorted lioutba O setts, just received per ihip Nestor, from urerpooi, tor saie at v t - onee rlouse - slin, by LAIDLAW, GIKAULT Is CO. feb 11 lilt TTbMP, LEAD, PAINTS, kc. Russia XX hemp, in lots to suit purchasers ' . 60 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - 2 to 6 8 casks bar lead, 7 tons pig lead 50 bales India twin Eaglish sail and seine twine 3 casks Prussian blue, 5 casks vennillion 3 hbds verdigris 50 casks French yellow ochre Dry white and red lead 20 boxes tin For sale by PETER SCHERMERHORN & SONS, 243 Water - street Also, 200 anchors, of Hunt's wake, from 40 to 250U w. Cables and cordage, of all sizes, best quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery. Feb 11 tf JAMES D'WOLF, jr. 57 Frout - street, oilers for sale 50 tons clean St. Petersburg hemp Russia luck 16000 lbs. green coffee in bhds. entitled to drawback Roll brimstone, German steel do Writing and wrapping paper ' do 15cases half - pint tumblers do Castile soap and mould candles do 1 case Leghorn hats do 2 cases cbolets do 1 case plat il las Feb 10 OSN ABL'RGS k PAPER. 1 bale Osna - but gs, and 1 do Italian Paper, for tale at 76 Pearl - sireet. feb 11 - CEBRA & CUMING. BIOOMFIELUUFRAZEK'S PA AW. Til E public are invited to call at No. 38 Maiden - lane, and examine an open stove just constructed by the subscribers, after a model imported from Amsterdam, with improvements of their own, and now for the first time made in the United otates. This patent combines all the conveniences aud comforts of an open fire place, witn an tne advantages or a close stove t aOora - ing the cheap beat of the latter and Rt the same time the handsome and pleasant appearance of the former, ror bed chambers they are unpa - rallelled by any invention yet seen in this coua - trr. BLOOMFIELD k FRAZER. Ft - b 12 If ON iVi'wIav next, the fM instant at the Mer - I chant's Hotel, in Wnll - strect will be sold by order of the Sheriff, a large quantity of Wines and Groceries. Also, the numerous articles of eleeant house hold furniture contained in the said hotel, consist ing oi looking glasses, tables, chairs, beds, bedding, &c. Also, after the sale of furniture, the unexpired term in the lease of the said hotel, being nioe years from the first of May next, will ha sold. Conditions may be knowu by applying at the bar of the Merchants Hotel. feb 18 A COUNTING KOOvl TO LfcT. A PLEASANT Counting Room on the lower floor ol the store No. 29 South - street. Apply at No. 29 South - street feb 14 Q STORE TO LET. The fire proof store No. 2 Gouvcrncur's Lane, (near Water street) is to let from 1st May next It has four stories, 'besides a large cellar and a very cotsmndiousgarret. Being detached from other buildings, there is no risk from fire. Possession may probably be had, if requiied, before the 1st May. Apply at 29 South street, to febS TUCKER It LAURIES. a JO LET A I BLVOMIXd 1 ALE, The bouse and grounds belonging to the estate of John Shaw, situated on the eighth avenue. On the premises are an excellent double house, stable, coach and ice houe, with every thing else requisite for such an establishment ft is presumed any other description is unnecessary, as those inclined to rent will view the place. Also, the large fire proof store in the rear of houses 11 and 13 Pearl - street ; where there is lor sale same old Madera Wine, by the Demijohn. For further particulars, apply to ANN M. SHAW, Jan 29 II Pearl - strret tOH S.iLE UH IV LEJAl, Lots in the 5. 6, 8, and 10 Wards; many oi which are on regulated nnd paved stieets. No money will he required under ten years, if sold, interest excepted. HOUSES. Several two and three ttory houses, on which a great part cf the money remain on mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent stand for busfoess, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, storehouse and barn. COTTON snd WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - IIaven, with 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, upon which CO mills may be erected, with a sufficiency of water for each. Apply at No. 2 Greenwich street . jan 13 If I O LKT, From the 1st May next, the three - story brick houe No. 18 Courtlacd - stroct, with or without the stable in the rear Apr' y to J. k R. REN WICK, Ffb2 lSCourtland - st. TO LET, The brick store No. 84 MaMen - lane. aud immediate Msesion given. Apply at No. ro tvasningion - st. teD7 tl TO LEI', From the first May net, the store no. 7'J couth - street. For terms, applv to L. LEFFEUTS, Jun. feb 7 28 William street ITjt The subscriber will lease or sell the lot 4anti;and hausein which h now lives iu Lau - ros street !t is a pretty comfortable house for a . - mall moderate family, having a stone kitrhen and cellar, two rooms on each floor and a bedchamber in the garret Across the rear of the house there is a pleasant piara, built scarcely three years ago It has a neat little rarden about 60 feet deep, ind a small stable, leading to which there is a gangway from the street Apply to A. u. uun, ito. by ashiorton - strer. Feb2tf JAMES TILLARY. FOR SALE, nr ai. morFRTv in the city or kxw - vork. OA BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. II Bowerv STABLE in the rear togeth er wiih the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and i;i I pel no eacn side. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Vesey - street ; and Honse and Lot No. 39 Veiey - strret A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollars, do and do for 750 do do and di for 450 do On valuable property in the city of New - York. Tbe interest has alweyt been pnnctually paid. For particulars inqoiie at the office of STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, dec 10 tf No. 27 Wall - street. TO LET, A nrf immftisnf n ntsan mi n n ron i ha bouse No. 9 Pearl - street, together with the sta hie and Coach Houke in the rear on Rridge - tt The pfxmiset art in complete repair and have every Convenience necessary for the accosnmo dation oft family. For particulars apply to octtfl r L. BRADISH. QKtAL KsTATE FOR SLE. Two 2 - slorv brick houses and lota, situa - Jt. 37 39 Vesey - street. A1V a house and lot No. 11 Bowery, near Chatham - square, 44 feet front by 125 deep. All on accammodatiog terms. For particulars ap ply HI No. 332 Green wich - st. jan 15 tf fT TO LET, Lr. From the first of May next, the serious three storr brick house No. 166 Greenwich st, corner of Dey - street Enquire at 152 Wash - ingfottl treat Jan 29 3w , FOR SALE, The House and Lot No. 101 Liberty st Depth U feet, breadth 25. Depth ol the lot 107 feet. Those who may wish to purchase property of this disenption. can at any lime view the - premiits, and terms of tale may be agreed on, by application to - POTT M'KINNE, dec 31 56 South - street. gFt. FOR SALE, HiSifl A VERY DESIRABLE COUNTRY ; RESIDENCE. The Subscriber offers for sale his house and a - bout 8 teres of Land in Flushing on Long Island, 11 mile! from New - York. The house is large nnd verv convenient for a ecnteel family and com mands an extensive and beautiful prospect The ctahle.eBrrinfre hnuw. vnol house, nouftrv house. KC. recently num. ine nuuawgs anu icncri are in excellent repair, and lately painted. The raiden is larere and well sta ked with a variety of fruit, and the orchard with the best kinds of apples pears, c. near the house are iwo wens oi excellent water and a new cistern, all with good pumps this pUceis very conveniently sit uated, tne re neing conveyances, ry gooa suiges or Dackrts to and from New - York every day, except Sundays. For further particulars and terms ol sale apply to JUllil ASI IHHAIili, Jan 26 1m No. 123 Pearl - street Houit, Stable, Garden, kc. at Grtentnch, ... 'The. subirriber will let or lease, for I tor, nf o.n. hifl hrtiij nt f3rpnwirh. It it rilea antlv situated on the banks of the Hudson, and calculated to accommodate a luree family. For terms, apply to D1VIE BETHUNE, jan3U a;i srreer. FOR SALE, The two houses. No. 48 and 50 Broadway, to be completely finished and delivered on the 15th April next. Apply to JOHN SLIDELL K CO. Jan 29 tf No. 50 Broadway. 'lit i. nr. JTlTl rni - i ., : .1 A Anal I li"c iwo new ana eii - jainiv uumrru tbree story bouses No 10 and 12 broad - street These houses are built in the modern style and finished in the vry best manner, and Irom the very desire hie situation, both as to pleasantness and lor business, it is thought that they are noi surpassed, 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 from the dwelling apartments, which con tains eltten rooms and pantries, KMcben, kc. ex cluded. Every convenience for families of re - srectahi itv is afforded in them. Persons desi rous of such situations are invited to view them t any h - Mir. from 7 to 5 o'clock, except Sundays, The dwrlling and stores will tie let separate or together. Appiytil 55 Uroadway, or to , - v "V CHAS. OAKLEY, Ml Front - ttreet ALSO TO LET, That new two tlory brick house No. 0 New street niah to Wall - street, possession 1st May, AIo, house 27 Cnurtlandt - street, in good order and nt for a genteel family ; it being now in possession of D. G. Hubbard. Esq Possession 1st Mav. Also, a good two ttory house at Greenwich, now in occupancy of Geo. Lindsay, Esq. Also, house No. 6 Cherry - street, suited for a boarding house, and tbe lower Iront room lor a store. Ana House and two acre of ground, near Manhat - tanville, having garden, kc. Apply a above. feb 10 tf VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. ' Will be told at public auction on the 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 ferry, commanding a beautiful view of the navy - yard and Wallabout bay It contains about nine acres of land, in the highest state of cultivation, having asparagus beds which produce $500 per annum ; win between 50 and CO English cherry trees in full bearinr. There are on the premises two houses and a store. The house, at present occupied by the subscriber, a large and very commodious, and in sufficient good order for the reception of aay family. Tbe barn is conveniently situated, and in excellent repair. 1 here are likewise several beautiful buildinz lots. Persons desirous of purchasing are requested to call on the subscriber, when they can examine the condition of the property. Feb 12 TEUNIS I. JOHN.SON. r"i FOR SALE. ir. 1 3 That large two - story house occupied by the subscriber, situate 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 tiotei Also, several lots adjoining said bouse, beautiful - It situated and convenient to build on, for gen tlemen who do business in the city of New - York, being near to the ferries Asso eleven lots in the rear fronting Water - street, about half way between the two ferries ; part of which is now occupied for a lumber - yard For further particulars apply to JOSHUA SANDS. Feb 7 2w TORE LEI', Two convenient room in the basement ofNo. 44 Pin - stree, suitable tor offices or count ing room". Inquire of D. 8. JONES, leb 5 tf 44 Pine - slreet STORES TO LET, The four storv fire proof Store, No. 92 South - street next to the corner of Fulton - street, and nearthe Ferry, at present occupied by Messrs, Townend tl White. Tbe four storr fire proof Store No. 91 South - street, adjoining the above, at present occupied by Mr. 1 nomas a. 1 ownend. ALSO. The store. No. 213 Front street nexf to the corner of Crane - wharf, now occupied by Messrs. Mntt ir Redmond. The four story fire proof store No. 24 1 vV ater - street, near Peck slip Apply to PETt.rl fcUtltH..MKKHUK. KSUiXS. Feb 14 8t No. 243 Water - street tilt That pleasant situated house and lot No. IfiiGrecnwirh street, next lo the corner of Dry Street Caa be viewed at any time, f or paru - culars apply at No. 52 Front - strett fehlHlw - I O t.E 1'. aiisj loc new uric, oioi c no. Apply to T.&J. SWVmw. Feb 14 FtJiK PRkOF cToRE. E!9 Ta let mimI notsessioa first of Mty next the fosr story fireproof store. No. 34 Soath - st betweenCoetilies and Old slips - Enquire of I he tnbscribcr, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber - street feb 9 tf e. u,inAiu. Q FOii SALE A'i .iUL'ittiJV, At the T C. H. on tbe 1st day of Marrh . ... , U AJ. a.. n .a ... ...... A, .a,. late Dr. Isaac Ltdyard, situated one mile south ol the village 01 Newtown, Long Island. The Wiliianisburgh turnpike runs through the Farm; oil oae tide ol which is a new exf client stone wall, half a mile in length Tbe farm contain about 150 acres, 15 oi which is a fine Wood Lot, with two apple orchards, one old, the other just btgiu - ning to bear well, and a suitable proportion ol good salt meadow. The Mansion House is Inige and convenient, lour rooms on each floor, with a go - d kitchen aud cellars ; attached is a large arn, crib, hea house, smoke house, well, and a new cistern, 4c. The court yard and garden contain a variety of fruit trees and shrubbery, a large asparagus bed, raspberries and currants Also A t ARM adjoining the above, containing about sixty acres t attached to which is ane - qual proportion of Salt Meadow, and a lot of young wood, situated within less than a mile of the farm, containing ten acres, with a faiiu - bouse, barn, well( garden, kc. Likewise A Lot of Land, lying at Sprinfield, south of the village of Jamaica, containing between four and five acres, on which are about a dozen large chesnut trees, suitable lor fencing. The above lands wi I be all regularly surveyed, and maps of the same exhibited some time previous to, and at the sile, and disposed of by the acre, with the buildings thereon, inclusively. ' Possession given on ihi first oi April. For further particular, apply at 49 Dey - street jan o iu - Ilk Ml. .v7M'i! AT1A Sl.k. Mil The elegant and convenient three - story brick house and lot No. 26 Bowery, together with a coach house and stable fronting on oa ard - slreet, and joining the rear of the before mentioned lot' For further particulars enquire at 31 Wall, comer of William - street. Jaii 29 tf A COUJfTlXG ROOM TO LET. A pleasant ami .convenient Counting Room in Itore No. 29 South - street, Irom 1st May next. Apply to 1 uuKLti u L.Aimir.3. feb 3 TO LET, A large convenient modern built house. coach house and improvements, (with or without an extei.sive kitchen garden and back hit) from the first of May next ; situated on the corner ol the Frst Avenue and First - street, near the cor. ler of North and A Hen - streets, and about one mile from the City Hall. The situation is elevated and healthy, and in every respect suitable for a genteel family. On the premises is a well of most excellent water. Apply to CORNELIUS DUBOIS, Feb 2 tf No. 36 Fronl - streef. J O LET. Two neat, new, 2 - story brick front band ing;, situate in Allen - street next to the ball - alley. They are Cached in handsome style with cisterns, in the yards, and every other convenience 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 ganlen to thd person or per sons who shall hire the houses. A pplv to JAMES KNOX, at the ball - alley or at liis bouse, 29 Orchard - street. Feb 9 tf 7o Let, From 1st of May, two genteel 3 ttory bneit houses. No. 491 and 492 Given wich - ttreet. with (or without) stables in the rear occupied at 1. I , . f I - ,. - ;n ..J M. I IMCICUI MY .Iir UWIUAJIVUII UIIU ! itl West. Also, a small 3 storv brick house, No, 118 Fly Market near the. corner of Pearl street. Also, a convenient dwelling house, (occupied by Robt. Adrain, Esq ) and stable, with very good fatten, fronting tove tnne, rJioomingdaw road Inquire No. 496 Greenwich - street ... feb e tr JO LET, The brick store No. 2 Gouveroeur's Lane, next door to Water - street. It has four floon. besides a large cellar and garret. Posses sion may (probably) lie bad previous to the 1st May, if required, Applv at 29 South - street leb 10 J UtKbllii LAUrUt.S) TO LET. House 18 Heed, next to the comer of u street, very commodious for a boarding house or a large family, havinpr two cellar kitchens, four rooms on the first floor, five on the second, and four on the third, all in good repair. For particular, apply to feb 7 tf 34 Beaver - street OTO LET, From the 1st of May oext, tbe lower counting room of No. 54 South - street ALiEU, The upper counting room, No. 71 Soufh - st. Apply to JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. Ion la oi r niiii - iircfri - nt i. nr. r?;f The store ami cellar under the main bunding of the bouse No. 223 Pearl - street, and a three story fire - proof store in the rear, now occupied by tfi subscriber; possession to be given on the 1st of May next Also, his stable and coacb - house, situated on Gold - street, in the rear of his aforesaid premises, possession of which can be had immediately. Fen 2 tf jom.h I. ul.jv r.n. COUNTRY &EAT FOR SALE, UlSAl Wallabout Point, Long - Island, late the resnieuce of capt. Lambert Sehenck, deceased. On the premises is a large spacious dwelling - house and out - buildings in proportion 24 acres of land in the highest state of cultivation ; (10 or 20 acres of wood - land if required by the purchaser) For particulars apply to Leonard Uleecker,3 wall - si. j Martin Schenk, jun'r. New - York 76 &outh - street, ) Martin Schenk, Wallabout. Jan 27 lm RE1L ESI ATE All 1ST anoOKLVM. new frame houses on Brook a view ol' the citv and bay about 10 minutes walk flora the steam boat ferry. The houses are well built having 2 good rooms on each flwr with fire pla ces ; on the lower floor it a good kitchen, bed rnnm ihnn nnnlrv. To each ofUie houses are attached 3 1 - 2 lots of ground, each containing 25 feet front and rear and 1UU iei deep, nanosomeiy i.iia out m , den and grass plots, with a variety of shrubbe rw tn.i, tree ! , (he whole enc loSCd With a new and subttanliat fence. Near Ihe premises is an excellent well of water. For further particulars, applyto ANDREW MERCEIN, Comer of" Washington and Nassau - streets. feb 9 tf Brooklvn. . To be Ul. Lated, or Sold The spacious 3 story brick HOLSE, v.. too Di.inhMMtreet. navinc every cn - nience for a large family, and a w. 11 of excel lent water in the yard, iw proximi y ie Square lately opened, gives av.ew oi imuwn - street from the rear of the house, and render the situation airy and pleasant. For term ap ply to JOHN U. MLKK.Mr K SUJI, . , , , .i O l U Lit. I, The three story brick dwaltin?, S7 Nor folk - street Enquire of COX & .VONTAUDEVERT, Feb 13 96 Wsll - st. nrncp to t.r.r. i'lh A pteMantly situated and spacious Office, 331 I' earl street, a few door above feck - slip Apply to R. k C. tV. DAVES PORT & CO. Feb 12 33Peck - elip. Q ijij Two27tory I vta liaith(l. hAtillf? of New - York; To int. PUBLIC " iLr C SAUNDERS, maker and render of raxor - strops, baring lost his all bv the late fire and himself, wile and rhild having narrowly escaped with 4.hnr lives, ty the advice of several of his friends and customers, has opened a sub scriptivn at the following places, to gne 'the hu mane and charitably disposed an opt - oi lunity et assisting him in hit iUilre?; via; at Ilvdet Si N evens', corner ol Broadway and 'aiden - lane f nor 4c Dunning1!, No. 1 1 1 W ater - ctrtet j and at Mrgary't book - store. No SO v - all - street:' where donatioue, however trifling, will be thank - full) received. eeb 14 G. SAUNDF.flS. NOTICE. T" The Subscriber, in belia'd of himseli am) bis attociates, gives notice, ihat ;n plication will be made to the honorable (be lrgflaiureof this state, at itt next se - ioo, for an Act lo incor porate a JJenAwith a capital stock of Five Hundred Thousand Dollars, and with lve te increase fl to One Million ; to I located north. east of Beckman - ttreet, in the ciiy of Ncw - j York, and to be called " The Franklin Bank of the city of New - York." . - Uated New - York, 16lh Dec. 1817; ; B) order of the Associates, .' decSOtf NOAH BROWN. Sec'rr. . 1 MECHANICS' BANK.. OT" The Stockholders are inlormcd that ft Dividend r,( four nnd and a half per rent will be) paid on the first day of February next - By order of the President and Directors, Jan 21 1m W FISH, C - at.ier. " " CHAM TY .i.K,vlON. " On Sunday evening next, the Revd. Dr. Ro - meyn will prbarh a Charity Sermon in the Presbyter inn Church in Cedar - street, when a collection will he made for the bentfil - of the Orphan A'tylum Society. J)ew institutions have, greater claims on the public than tbe above. TTiere are now one hundred and twenty orpl an children under its care, who have been alniott forgotten this winter, in tbe distributions of the benevolent, and are now coming befuie them entirely destitute of support. feh7 41 SJ - " Tbe public ii respectfully uifortned, that the gentlemen who volunteered their services to aid the funds of the Sunday School Union Societies, by the concert of Sacred Music given at St. George's Church on Wednesday evening, have consented to repeat the exercites on 1 hnrs - day evening next, the 19th mtt at tbe same place. T icketa, at 50 cents each, may be had of Jamesi Eastburn k Co - at the Literary Rooms; of Messrs. A T Goodrich tl Co. Broadway j P W Galladet's, 201 Water st ; of R & W Bartow Pearl - street, corner of Frank fort - st ; of Mr. Brewster, 112 William - st ; of T A Ronalds. 11)8 Pearl - st; of J C Totton, Bowery; of T & J Swords, 160 Pearl st ; of Dodge & Sa&re. Broadway, and of Jas. A Curtis, Peck - slip. r eb 17 3t 1 FoitpantmeHt of the Forum. Xj The public are informed that the next meeting of the Forum is post)oned to Friday evening, the 27th inst. when the following ques tion will be discussed : " Ought the minds of women to be cultivated by the same studies a those of men fr ' fcftlGSt CUilLLtO. PARI llt - b. f The managers give notice that Uie next Coullion Parry will be nt the City Hotel, on Thursday Evening next the 19th instant , fehl6 4t " For England, vta ualijux, Aveu &ioli. fX7 Letters for bis Britannic ma jetty's packet Grace (lor Falwaalh, via Halifax, Nnvo - Scotia) will be received at the poet office till Wednesday afternoon, the 4th of Marr b. T. W. MOORE, Agent. Feb 16 NOTICE. ftfr" The subscribers having entered into part nership, the STOCK & EXCHANGE HUSH NESS heretofore conducted hy.R. H. NEV1N8 will be continued under the firm of NEVIN3 k TOWNSEND. ' .. KUSSELG M - NKVINS, feb 3 EI.I1IU TOWNS END. TaK. ftOl lt.E. ftr All persons bavins demands against and those indebted lo the estate ol Wilham Rf gcrr, deceated, are requested to rail upon THOMAS MASTERS, Esquire, No. 92 Wall - ttreet. Da - ted Jan. 19, lttltt. . . - Aiiii r.uuins, .xecuirix. - Jan 21 dim huterptan Society iid Concert. fr - The committee of the Euterpean Society having resolied lo give a second concert en thin 24th inst. at the City Hotel, each member wiH he entitled to six tickets, by applying to the secretary at No. 206 Broadway, on or before the 21st instant. By order, feb 9124 JOStfH Kixibiir, &ecry. rr - 'Jht assignees of the estate of Mrs. Sid. ney Hewitt, (in order to give time for all her ci editor to come in and participate in the funds provided for them.) do hereby extend the time of rendering their account to Mr. Blake, at No 3 Law Buildings, untl the 1st of March ensuing Feb 2 lm UtMO BANK, tuth February, Iu i U. fj - The stockholders are requested to attend at the banking house. No 17 Wall - street, on Thursday, the 12tb day of March next, to elect eleven directors lor the ensuing year. Tbe poll will open at ten o'clock and shut at two. The transfer book will be shut from 1st until 13th March. By order of the board of directors, feblOlm JOHN LOW, Cashier. NOTICE. fr7 - All persons having Claims against the estate of Capt. William Taylor, deceased are desired to present them to the fuhscrjber for settlement, and those iudebled to said estate are requested to make payment t''o,'; ,p feb 12 lm Administrator. NOTICE. ' ' . rtr The copartnership heretofore existing be. twet - n thesubscrilers, under the firm of N. 8. Davies ic Co. is this dsy dissolved by mntual consent 1'he debts due and claim against said firm will besetlled I by N. S. pavie. N. H. tiAVIts, a. vr. trappan; The business will in future be conducted by N. Smith Davies, under tbe firm of N. Smith Da - vies ti Co. leb 14 ROB ROY, rrr - By the celebrated author of WaTerly, Gut Mamtenng, Antiuuary, Tale of My Laauioru, kc. Ac. which has long been anxiopsly expected, will be published early next week, and Ihe subscribers to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY, No. 124 Broadway, corner mteoar - street win be liberally supplied, with that, and ererv other interesting new woik. Several have lately arrived from London. feb 14 Iw FIRE PROOF STORE. To let, that four ttory brick fire proof store, .o. uoveroeur iane, near n tou - tree . Apply w GAKKITT 8TUKJVJ. feb 3 tf No. 9 Coentiet - slip. Q FOR SALF.ORTO LEASE, . On acs - ommodatipg tcrms, - a number of water and building lots, near and adjoining the navy - yard, at Brooklyn. For particulars, a quire of SAMUEL EVANS

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