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I : 'i ft. i 'ii' ,v: . ii 1. 1 IN CHAN0L1RY.; . IN CHANCERY . (Male of New York. IN Mnaicr of decretal otIer of this bonora f k - (owL will be told at Mihli aoclioa, at tbe Tontif toffee How. in the city of New - York, id. r the direction of Ihe utt t. riler, at one of ; th rn :itrrl of this court on F'iday, the 27 .bin - st.ut.at It o'clock, noon - All those four certain !. land, situate in the ninth ward ol the city of New - York. being part of tli estate of John So - meuudyck. Iota M iba laid city, deceased, and teu.ited in' a certain - m ip f the Mid estate, mi.lbhv William Kridxe. in November. IwW, by h.tt No. 8 and 9, and letter 1 and H Tha said Iota, takn together, are bounded westerly in flout by Huftn River, and contain twenty a - ere of gromtd, more or leu,' with tbe appurtenances. Dated Feb 5th 18IK. . . ' JAMES A. HA MILTON, I r 1 ' 1 Materia Chancery. ' Notb. For itarticulnrr. enoitire at the Mae ter's Other, No. 3 Law Bsildiogs, whore a map M li e preinies may ov Htm. .'ft U 5 tauSvf&dts ' . - SUlel New - York, , AX purtuanca of a decrUl jnfcr of Irwbonor - IN pwtuance of a decr - lal - infer ol inunonor - ilef urt, will he - ld alpuUic aoclinn, at Ibe outino tiff.a Houe, in the city of New - York, - Vr the direr tioq of the uliirilier, ,JJn.l ahlei Tout Ho. n.,.r hi riMut. on Friilar. thefi7Uiin tnnt, at I o'clock at noon aU toa three certain intt of land, fitnate in the tenth ward of tb city of N. York, ami dietineoihed on a certain mapoftiieMtate, late of Jane Ueianry, V.tq mie hy Evort Banrker, by kU No.ii hundred tad fifteen, til hand red and aiitecn, and i hundred and (eventern, boanded westerly by Second tiet, and containinf eacbCSiVet in breadth, ad one - hundred feet in depth, m - re or le, with tba appurtenance. Hated Feb. 5. 1818 T P i - JAMES A. HAMILTON, t Matter in Chancery, fch 8 laatwfcdr ' " .MAVoa'a couai VVilliaa L. Mathtw.) JoiCriiande. - ,DIwrUU, Jon. , , r;ih bit wife. J - .I N rurroance of an order of the court of com nton pie , called the Mayor1 Court, of the city or New - York, made in the above cauw, we in tnd to vll at nuhlic vendue, to the hiehett bid ' der or bidden, at the Tontine C flVe Hone, in thecityof New - York, onthe llthday. of Mar h neiti at 12 o'clock at noon, all that certain dwel - ling how, tnntuaae, tenement and lot of land, lituate. I) ins ind being in the f urth ward of the ci'yof New - York, known and dutinguirhed in a map inereoi ny 101 numnereigiuern i wiuin u . prt mi eiand lot of land I bounded a follow : aoun.eny uy nanuer - aireei, eaiieriy vj nutv elt ilreet. norther! I lot number leventeen, ' and wetterly hi the resr by land bt - longing to Sarah ' Hi'imowo, containing in length on each aide ftty feet, and in lirrndth in front and rear iwemy nveieei cacn ; wun an aau tiosuiar inc righti.way, water conn, hereditament and ai purti nancu thereto brlingintf or in any wise appertaining l)at1 6tb Ttb 1BI15. JAMISON COX ) - JOSHUA PKLL. Jun. CommiMioner. JOHN P. DJtTERtCHN fjr The above prvmite are the corner of Baiik 't and KrveH - trrett , in the poteiioa of Jobo U. Ebbeur. . ... . jvjf. w. M'CLELAN, Att'y fi b 7 aw4w IN CtlAlKJiH tTATX OP REW - 10KK, . INpuriuance of a decretal order of thi honorable con rt, bearing dale the (izteenth day of October laat.will be old at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee Houn?, in the city of NewY'fk, nnder the direction of the ntwrriher, a one oftne maitrn of4hn court, on Wtdtuidau the kwiiA day of January neat, at twelve o'clock, at noon, all that certain lot, tnct or parcel of laud, ntua tad ia lbf county ol Delaware, in tin date ol New - York, and in Evnnt Patent, and known L y e - nat lot thirtv Omr. and bounded a fallow : be - aSaninrat a (fake and heap nf (tone near a beech tree, marked No, 34 and 37 ; being the nnrtheatt r 6mer of lot thirty letm ; thence along the north bound thereof uth eiglity nine degree, wet on hundreil and twentr right chain nnd nino'y au link Io n bnech tree marked No. 33 and 34 ; beiiia - thetoutheait comer of lot (.Mo 3J,) oum her thirty three ; thence along Ibe eait bound thereof, north three degree, eat eighty one chain and twenty link to a beech tree marked Ne8tn4 84 Hienc along theoth hound of lot (No. 31) rum' er thirty one, north eighty nine degree, eat tlie distance of one hundred and roar chuin,tia itake nnd beapof it net: thence aonth thirty five chain hnd twenty four link to a beech tree marked No. 6 ; thence north eigWy nine decree, eait twenty chain to the weit bound of lot Oiirty five ; them e along Ihe Mint tooth forty four chain end ninety til link to the place of beginning ; containing bine hundred and Ibrtv nine, acru and three fourth ol an acre of liml, with the appurtrnantr. And alio, all that cerhiin other lot, Iract. or parcel of land, tilua ted in (be county of Delaware, in the ttnte ol Ntw York, in tvai.' Patent, and known bv rrt - at lot thirty e.vcn, and i bounded a fuf - low. : Ihgiimins at a hemlock tree marked No. 37 and W being the northeait corner of lot No. (40) numher forty ; thrnoe along the nntlh bound thereof, touth, eighty nine dcgrv - r, weat one hundred and thirty - four chain und ten link to a beech apling marked No. 36 & 37 l thi - nce north three rie - gre, eat tetenty eight chaia lo a Beech tree with tone round it ; thence on tlie couth bound ol lot thirty four north eighty nine ih jcrec, eat one hundred and thirty chain to a Oirt h tree marked thirty evrn and thirty - eight : thence on the wet bound ollot thirty - eiRlit, fouth twenty - eight rhMni to the plac e of beginning, containing out thiMKaad aSd twenty - four acre and one fmrrtb o"an acre of land with the appurtenance. Datrd, Decemhcr t, 1817. J VMES A. H AMILTON, 'DfC 3 law1d(t Matter in Chancery. Qr The al of the above prnrty it rtpo - oed lo tMi eighteenth day of February neat at the tame boor and pi .ice. uated Jan. t, ikib. v JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jaa7 1awtt . Matter in Chancery Tlie tale of the above property it Dutuooed In tlie l?tb d.vy of May neit, at the tame hour and place. , mind ret,, ih, ihih. JAME3 A. HAMILTON, ffhlSlawMt Matter in ClmncwT .NEW MUSIC. TUST Published by WM. DUBOIS, at hit - X ptano forte and music store, No. U6 Broad wiv. I . ' ' - i . .tJrabam' celebrated FoJaccn, arranged as a ftondu. hy Steiheit - . . Favorite Venetian Air, arranged at a rondo, br Lalour . Paddy O'Carroll, with variation for the piano forte, by r. K. lUorm. , - SONG3. O softly tleep my Baby Boy . The lt Token, or remember me. i Attn, all Mr. rhilinns' boar lobe bad a a - bove leb 17 i ne su'i - cnner win lease or sell tne lot ifjan l heu - e iu whit h he now lives in Lau - reo ttrel It is a pretty comfortable bouse for a imall moderate family, haing a stone kitcheu and cellar, two moms no eiutJ fl.ior and a bed - ctmmber ia the gan eU Across ihe rear of the boute there is a pleasant pint, built fcarreft twee years ago It has a neat lutla garde abrral M feet deep, .nd a small sUMe, lectin; to which there is a gangway f oca the reet Apply to A. D. Doff, No. 6 Washu.gtou - .treet. fof J WE9 TIl.l.ARY. oa sale. r""r?!r! A" v" "rt OF ItW - loil. QivL Ja LVX. - .TBJ l ot 0 - 11 powervS I A BLE m the rear - toertli - r with ihe IX)T, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear? and 125 teet n eay - h tde HOL'SK and tAi'f No. 37 Vesey - ttreet and House and lx No 39 Vetey - strett A BOND and MORTGAGE Mr 1200 dollar, do and do for 750 do da aed a for 450 do On valuable property in tbe city of New - York. The m'ereat Las arway beea paoctualhr paid. Far partkaiar irxMri eat tr otbre of ... ... STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, dec 10 tf ffo. n Yrnavrtrt. - Q!,.r,r ,") ,.lo LEASE, c rvf ? - . vi .1 Af en er were yedrY - ' J I'n Far uJ Mansion Howe bloosm te the Lsdbtcriber, aitaated an the bank of weHndson, one mile sooth of the Tillage of rougnxeepsie - - he bra it tuitably divided into meaaow, ot - hard, and arable land. . .The froit ate abun dant, and of the pest fcinO l e mansion nou is commodious and large, eighty feet long, with piazza in html j be situation Mi Meg u mired, and the lofty locust - treei by which it it decorated, render it the xt desirable resident hetween New - York and Albany m rem win h moderate, a the care and attention of the tenant will be take into cooiideration For par - ticulars apply to the propietor, either persooally or by letter. ll..vn.l A. Miuiugiutii Pooghkeepsie, January 20, 1818 J:a CI 2aw4w ' " ' ; ULlLDlMi IAjT JAD t'.IRM. For tale, the valuable lot on the north - Weni corner of lludion and Laight - ttreet, tS by luofeel. beinc one of the moit denrabla aitua - lioat in Hudton - itreet. lookinc directly on the iquare, and having a outhern eipoMjr. A FARM of74acrei oo the North or Hndton - River. ia Ihe town of (ireentburch, Wettrhetter county, about 30 mile irom thit city, now in the occupation ot lir. ueorge niiier, and near tne teat ot Wm. Eflgar, Eivj. On the prwnitet are a large dwelling boate, containing 7 luomi, betide ervanti' bed room, lane cellar and cellar kitch en, milk room, etc. an old orchard, and oneoi voune apple tree, or the bett eraited truir. large barn, carriage boute, fowl do. amoke lo. corn cribt, theda, he. The bonte coamand one of the fineit view on the river, and it a very ttttirahle tituauon. I nee are two landing at thort riilaoce, from whKh boatt ply - regularly tothucity. II not told tiy ihe lit of April, win then be rented for the emuing year 1 be pri e and term for the above property will be made worth the consideration ol thate inclined to pur chate Apply to r:. invi.u, feb 18 a - . - 4w 153 Penrl - ttreet, tSf COUNTRY bEAT FOR SALE. anjii l ne r arm anown oy ine name or ias rra r. i i - 1 r i tie Howard Farm, handsomely t tutted 1 1 - 2 mile from Princeton, bounded in front by the main tnrnnike road from Philadelphia to New. York, and in the rear by Millstone Creek, it contains 14S acre, 30 acre of hich it wood land, 20 acrei lymg 2 mile from the farm, and a beautiful lot of 10 aire within about 300 yard of the right wing of the houae. Betides ornamental trees, it cont unt a v rietv of fruit tit e, contisi in? of grafted peart, of the best quality, 17 diiferent kindtj che - riet, 10 diner en t kind, the mogt ot them mr - ted and an orchard of the beat apples, besidei a young and thriving orchard of crab apples, for makintr the cider so celebrated, also, one of tweet applet lor laltine hog. , The house is pleasant and commodious w.iiii an excellent garden, the cut - house and fence al in rood condition. The above is a delight ful lummcr or winter residence. For further particulars enquire at No. 127 Pearl - st, New York, or to tlie subscriber, on the premises, - ho will give an indisputable title for the tame. z. MuuruKU. jan 5 tawtf . V ALUAbXL 1'UUr - i.rt.n. The subscriber offen for tale a valuable farm, 73 milet from New - York, Ijing 7 milet south of Poughkeeptie, on the post - road, within 1 - 4 of a mile of the mill on the fall of VYappin gerVCreek, and in the neighborhood of evral landing from which aloopt sail weekly . It con - Uint 1 10 acre nf 1c vel, fertile land, with a young oichardof graftedfruit, wood tuflicient for fuel, and all in good fence. I be houw contain seve ral room, has a good barn, and all in excellent repair. . Its muation being ou an elevated plain, renders the place not only healthy, but preients from the dwelling a delightful inland protpect Alto, another lot of 40acre,conliKUoustothe above, and bounded southerly by the falls of Wanmnger' - Creek. I he land it lerlile, m ex cellent fence, and of cay cultivation. What render thi property valuable, it, that it may b made a place of celebrity. . There it already c reeled on the falls a taw - mill of great capacity, a cardlng - mill, which eujoyi the custom of the neirhborhood, beoides several other scites for factories, unoccupied. The whole force of the creek can be diverted with a little ex pence so at to drive a range of mills on a level plot of ground fu?t below the falls, and accessible by an eaiy navigation ; where factories of very description, with every facility of power and transportation can be constructed. Abo, a flour - mill, of the first clatt. The mill - bonse L - large, with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated for G, with new machinery for manufacturing wheat, ate. with an elevator for raising grain from vessels into the upper loft of the mill. Connected with the mill is a large store bouse for storing wheat and flour. With the mill will be told S3 acre of excellent land, on which is situated five dwelling house, a large barn, hay bou?e, carriage houte, corn rnb - , hovels, Ac. a cooper' shop calculated foi SO hands. Twoofthehoutesareticw and well calculated for gcnleel families : They command a view of the river, with a beautiful intervale landscape formed by the meandering of the creek Immediately in IrooL There nre few place which associate so many accommodating qualification for the merchant. mechanic or farmer. If not sold at private tale before Tuesday the J 1st April, rt will on that day be offered at auo tioo. For terms, tc. apply to PETER MESIER, No. 23 Heaver - street. . Feb) ABRAHAM MESIER - n TO LET. JJ! From the 1st May next, the House no. 21 llroadway, now occupied by Mr. John I Glover, with the sta' le in Reaver - lane. Ap ply to WM. CRUIKUIl ANK, feb 19 ! 40 (ireenwich - st. T ) LKTor LK.iSE, A back building. No. 20 James - street containing two rooms 50 feet by 20; one is at present occupied by a society, the other as school room. Possession to be given 1st .of May next inquire feb 19 No. 29 Jamts - sfreet. 7t LKT, From the 1st i f May next Ihe house iv b state street require at the premise, feb 19 Iw . TO LEI, Two Rooms, suitable for offices, to let from the first of May next, in the house no. 69 Beek man - street, near William - street Enquire at 258 CreenwKb - at. feb 19 Iw A VERY DEblRABLF. COUNTRY RSIOENCE. The subscriber olfert ror tale bit house nnd a. hoat 8 acre of Land ia Flushing on Long I (land, II mile Irom At w - fork. 1 lie noose it larsrr and rery convenient lor a centerl (amity and com nmndt an extensive and hraaliful prospect. The stable, carriage house, wood home, poultry house, kt. recently t.uilt. The . building and fence are in excellent rr pair, and lately piinted. The saidrn it large and wrll ttnrked with a variety otiruit. and the - orchard with the beat kindtni r::",rr". : - ;"";:,. - ' - ooH rm.r.lhi. rl - . i. er rontenientlv sit - r31"'. tnerebeins conveyance., by good ttiees or Dockets In and from N,m York over dav. except Sunday. For further particular and iciuuvisaieappiyrt , JOHN ASPINVVALL, JaoSa lm No 123 Peari street. RKAL K. - i I 4. I K Flirt. S4I.S - L C i I wo T - storrbrickhmi.es and lots, ait aa - w - 'oi. ji js Vetey - slreeL Also, abueaod lot No. II Bowery, near Cha'ham - iquare, 44 feet fmnt by 125 deep. All on accommodating terms. Tar nartir uIm in. ply at No. 332 Grenirich - t. . jan 15 If j ' ? And imtbaditU aoaaeiaioa .gieo,Ml hotua No. 8 Pearl - etreet, together wilb the tu ble and Coacb Hoawe in the rear oa Bridge - rt. 1'bepremiietara in comnWt repair and have every cenvenienca aerettBr? for the accouoo datiou of a laaiily - . . For particlar app'T to ' nut. tuouy biUHf: Te lei. that four atoCy brick fire proof tore, no. 8 uoverneuTt une, near to Boom - tree . Apply to ........ GARRITT STORM, febStf No. SCoentiri - ilip. rOHSALEOK'iOLLAstU laJQ On accommodating term, number af water and building lot, near and adjoining Ibe navy - yard, at Brooklyn. For particular, en quire of saniiLLLra.13, - jaoSZtf Brooklyn. tT - l MVHV TO LIT. tifjJl The fire proof t tore No. S G - ouvernfur't i.aue. f near Water ttreeO it to let from lit Mat next It hat fourttones betide a laige cellar and a very rommodiou garret. Being detac hed from other building, there it no ritk from fire. Poitenion may probably he hnd, if required, be fore the lit May. APO t at 99 Bouth rtrwt, to fobX I UCKtll LAURlEa jr - ' i'0 LKT. kJxii! From the lit May next, the three - ttory bnt a houre No. 18 Courtland - streef, with or without the ttable u the rear Apr - y to J. 4c R. RENVVlCh, F,b S 18 Cnurtlaitd - rt. futi WLr, The fire - proof (tore, No. 5, in Gouver - neur's - lane. th third from South - street. ( The lotos which it stands it under an advantseous lease. II rears of which are unexpired., It it three ttories, with fire - placet ; being in front on Gourerneur't lane 40 feet and in depth 25. An improved machine for pressing of good for exportation hat been erected on the premikes, an heretofore profitably employed in pressing cotton, furs, skins, hay, &c. From the fitness of the building, and the convenience which it afford? for working the machine, and ill nearneit to the river, it may be an ot'jecl to purcn&je them together. J - "t ALSO, iji3 The lease (two years of which are un expired) of the three story house No. 93 Front street, third from Gouverneur's lane. Besides a large store and cellar in front, it affords ever) convenitnee for a large family. sf?"! AUo, tVH SAt.k or TO LET. iiiil The house No. 26 tVall timl, opositc the vierchantt and next to the Phoenix Banks It has been recently bnilt of the best materials, and besides three rooms whic h have occasionally been occupied as insurance, broker's and attor ney's offices, affords every accommodation for a private family. If not disposed of before the 10th February, the above will be offered for tale at auction, of which notice will besivcu by Blecckcr ti Bibby For particular apply to U. THUKMAN, Jan 31 tf No. 26 Wall - st. JO Lt.'i From Ihe first of May next, a front count ing room on the second floor, together with the epper lofts. Enquire No. 167 Peal I ttrett. . i.in T4 ii blOUAUK Moroge may be had on the first floor of the store No. 29 boutb - strcet, which will save bt expense of - hoisting. dec 2C J..sJl The houe and grounds belonging to the estate of John Shaw, situated on the eighth ave nue. On the premiset are an excellent double house, stable, coach and ice house, with every thins else requisite lor such nn establishment, ft i presumed any oilier description it unnecessa - rv. as i nose inclined loreni win view me pibcc. . Also, ine large nre prooi aiore in ine rearoi ' r .1 - bouset 1 1 and 13 Pearl - street ; where there it for sale tome old Madera Wine, by Ihe Demijohn. 1 or further particulars, apply t ANJ to N M. SHAW, Jan 29 11 Pearl - street. TO LET, ii ihe new onck store no. rrj stone - si. Apply to T. J. SWORDS. Feb 14 J - Jotue, Stable, Garden, .6ic. ol OrtenuicA, TO libT The subscriber will let or lease, for a term of years, his house at Greenwich. It is plea santly situated on the banks ol the Hudson, and calculated to accommodate a large family. For terms,applyto DIME BETHUNE, Jan3ll nan sireei. tOK isALt, fhe two houses. No. 43 and 50 Broadway, to u completely finished and delivered on the ISlh Apru next. Apply to JOHN bLIOELu U tU. Jan 29 tf No. SO Broadway. tOU HALL A'l' AUCTIO.Y. At the T. C. H. onthe Ittduv of March next, the r AIIM belonging to Hie ettaie oi me late Dr. Isaac Ledyard, situated one mile south of the village of Newtown, Long Island. The Williamihureh turnpike runt through the Farm, on one tide of which it a new excellent ttone wall, half a mile in length The farm contain! about 150 acres, 15 ol which is a fine Wood Lot, with two aDnle orchards, one old. the other lust beem ning to hear well, and a suitable rroKrtiorf of good talt meadow. I he Mansion House is large and convenient, four rooms on each floor, with a go d kitchen and cellars ; attached it a large bam, crib, hen bouse, tmnke house, well, and a new cittern, Ac. T'ie court yard and garden con - lain a variety ol iruit trees and ttiruooery, i lurge atparugut bed, raspberries and currants Also A r ARM adjoining the above, contain ins about sixty acres : attached to which is ane - qual proportion of Salt Meadow, and lot of young wood, situated within lest than a mile of ine I mm, containing ten acres, wiui a laiui' house, barn. well, earden. &c. Likewise A Lot ol Land, lying at Sprinfield, south ol the village of Jamaica, containing ne tween four and five acres, on which ore about a dozen lurce chesnut tree;, suitable forienc.ine. The above lands wi I be all regularly surveyed, and mapt of the same exhibited tome time previous to, and at the tale, and disposed of by the acre, wiui ine uun nigs iiiereun, iittiuiivriy. Possession given on ihe: first o April. For further particulars, apply at 49 Dey - ttreet, ian V. Ids tft - n - . l l.r.l. kJSs Two neat, new, 2 tory brick front boild - uit situate in A Urn - street, next to the nall - al ley. They are finished in handsome style with cisterns in the yards, and every other convenience to render them pleasant and desirable tenements. Adjoining the ground on whkh the buildings stand are teveral vacant lot which will alto be let for a garden to the person or person who shall hire the houses. Apply to JAMES KNOX, at tho ball - alley ; or at hi house, 25 Orchard - treet. Feb 9 tf REAL ESTATE tOH SALE. The elegant and convenient three - ttory buck house and lot No. 26 Bowery, together with a coach house and ttable fronting on Bay - surd - ttreet, and joining Ihe rear of the before mentioned lot. For further particulars enquir at 31 Wall, corner of WUliam - rtreeL Jan 29 tf rat IO LET, s;lj 'The brick store N. 2 Gouverneur's Lnnfe, next door to Water - street - It has four floors, besides a large cellar and garret. Possession may (probably) be had previous to tbe 1st May, ii required. Apply at 29 Soath - slreet. 1.1, 15 TUCKER AiLAUKIES, TO LET, TV. rlwsll.'n V ww J tm knn.a Krt SCI V kter - itreet, until the first of May. Enquire of Alllfel IW, u.llil' . lJ.it vi.iit uuw. ..v. . Air. M. X1A1UU J', next door, feb TO Iw . V - TO VE.Tr - 1 E .1 A Wrwti rinulll nuvrn linilt IlCUM. coach home d improvesBeiilt, (with or without m extexsive kitchen garssto and back kt) from .. ' r J . ... . i .. . k kmvMAV tl loa nrvv Ol mJ bc I unaxu un;iinr uw " the Frst Avenue and First - street, near the corner of North and Allen ttreett. and about one fnile from the City Hall. Tbe situation is elevated andneauny, anu in every rrvpni luuanw ii genteel luuiily. On prtmise hi a well of mott excellent water. Anntv ta COKNELIUS DUBOIS, No. 3d Frofrt irtfect. '" Fehtf - A IVUAmO HOOM TO Lk.'f. . A nliMiil ft tut rnna.liiu.f I'nailfcllaS' Kouui in toi No. 29 South - ttreet, from Id May next. Apply to TUCKER & LAUIUES. feb 3 - ' T TO LET, 4uu - Tbt two new and eb - jrantly flnishrd three tory houset No. 10 aad,12 Croad ttreet These house are built in tbe modern style and finished in the very bett manner, and Irom the very desirable situation, both at to pleasantness and for business, it it thought that they are not surpassed, il equalled, by any offered lobe let in thi city. . Tha apartment for ttoret in those building! are to constructed a to he eolirely distinct Irwin the dwelling apartments, which contains eleven rooms and pantries, kitchen, tic. excluded. Every convenience for families of re - tpectability it afforded in them. - Pertont deti - rout oftuch tituntiont are invited to view them at any hour, from 7 to 5 o'clock, except Sundays. The dwelling and ttoret will be let teparate or together. Apply at 65 Broadway, or to 6 C11AS. AKI,EY, 141 Fiout tlreet. ALSO TO LET, That new two ttory brick house No. 8 New - street, uih to Wall - street, potsestion lit May. Also, house 27 Courtlandt - street,in good order and fit for a gentrel family ; it being now in possession of D. G. Hubbard, Esq Possession 1st May. ' . , Alio, a good two ttory house at Greenwich, now in occupancy of Gen. Lindsay, Esq. Alto, house No. 6 Cberry - ttreel, - tutted for a boarding house, and tbe lower front room lor a store. And House and two acres of ground, near Manhat - tanville, having garden, &c. Apply at above. leb 10 tf Jn LET. House 18 Reed, next to the corner of Enn street, very commodious for a board ng house or a large family, bavin? two cellar kitchens, four rooms on tlie first floor, live on the second, and fbur on the th nl, all in good repair For particulars, apply to EZK a LUDLOW feb 7 tf .34 Beaver - street. 7YJ l.KT. Vtla From the 1st of May next, the lower counting room of No 54 South - street. ALSO, The upper counting room, No. 71 South - st. App'y to JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. leb 13 67 Front - street - iO Lh T, The store and cellar under the main building of tne house No. 223 Pearl - itreet, and a three ttory flrc - proot store in tbe rear, now occupied by the subscriber; possession to be giv en on the 1st ol .May next. Also, bis stable and coach - house, situated on Gold - street, in the rear of his aforesaid premises, posses lion of which can be had immediately. ret) 2 tf JUH.N I. ULUVt.K. COtM'HV SEAT FOR SALE, 11 Wallabout Point, Lone - Island, late tbe residence of capU Lambert S henck, deceased. On the premiset it a large spacious dwelling - house and out - buildingt in proportion 24 acre of land in the highest state of cultivation s (10 or 0 acres of wood - land if required by the purchaser) For particulars apply to Leonard Uleecker,37 Wail - st. J Martin Schenb, jun'r. New - York 76 South - street, ) Martin Schenk, Wallabout. Jan 27 lm RRtL ESi'ATE ton SALS IX BROOKLYN. Two 2 story new frame houtet on Brook Ivu Heishtt. having a view nf the citv and bav ol Mew - York ; about 10 minutes walk from the tteam boat ferry. The house are well built, having X good rooms on each floor with Ore pia cet t on the lower floor it a 'good kitchen, bed. room and nan try To each nf the houtet are attached 3 1 - 2 lots of ground, each containing 25 leet front and rear ana 100 feel deep, handtomelv laid out in car - dent nnd gratt plutt, with a variety of shrubbe ry, milt trees, Ac ; the whole enclosed with a new and substantial fence. Near the premise is an excellent well ol water, r or rurther pariicu lr, applv to ANDREW MERCEIN, Corner or Washington and Nassau - streets, feb 9 tf Brooklyn. To be Lei, looted, or Sold The spacious 3 story hrick HOUSE, No 129 Chamber - street, having: every conve nience tor a large family, andawtll of excel lent water in the yard. Its proxirr itvio (he Srfunre lately opened, give a view of Hudson - - street fi - om the rear of the house, and rtnderi the situation airv and pleasant. For terms ap ply to JOHN B. MURRAY ii SON, feb 6 113 Pearl - street. . iT - "l TO LET. Tbe three story brick dwelling, 27 Nor - folk - ttrecl hnqinre or COX tt .WONTAUDEVERT, Feb 13 . 6 Wall - sy OFriCL TO l.El . A pleasantly tituated and spacious Office, 3d l Pearl - street, a few doors aboe Pcck - tlip Apply to R. Il C. W. DAVENPORT t CO. Feb 12 35 Peck - slip. TO BE LET, Two convenient room in the basement ol No. 44 Pine - street, suitable lor officet or count ing room. Inquire 01 JJ. S. JONhS, teb 5 If 44 Pine - ttreet TO LET. From the first May next, the store no. 79 oulh - street. For terms apply to L, LEFFERT3, Jun. feb 7 28 William street, tyi I - IUE PHuOF hTjHE. t,niS To let and potsetsion first of May next. Ihe lour ttory fireproof ttore, No. 34 South - st. between Coentiet nnd Old dip. Enquire of Ihe subscriber, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber - street. ten v ii . &. i i. k Alii eOH SJtLE OH TO LEASE. Lots in the 5. 6. 8. and lOWard; many ol hkh are on regulated and peved street. Nn money will be required under ten year, tf told, interett excepted. HOUSES. Several two and three ttory homes, on which a great part cf the money remain oa mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent itand for business with ton acres of land, p'easantly situated, with a wharf, store trOUf fend t)ftlH CO I ION and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 arret of land, ami a never failing stream, upon which 20 n jilt may br erected, with a tuAiciency of water for each. Apply at No. 2 Creeowii h it ret t. jan 13 tf FOR SALE, for a term or years, a healthy, active and very capable negro wench - will be disposed of cheap, as it it her own desireEnquire tt No. 23 North Moore - street. Feb 2 tf NOTICE. ALL person indebted to the ette of Mr. GEORGE CLEMEN, deceased, (late baker, No. 28 White - street) are recjoet'ed to make immediate payment t and those having demand againtt taid estate will pleae to prfeot tliem, duly authenticated, to Mr. DANIEL ENS - LEY, at nil porter how,, 307 Broadway. MAttT CLEMEN, Executrix, feb 19 tWs F03T - COACH fJRtf ml FHlLAmELTltfA bi wat or FOWLE - OOn, ' - .l 1 1 n . Ii a ia ItM. oio coaetuou who hki - " PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO - siliuix nr.vivr.Lf. ANEW Line of Post Coacht with every convenience for passenger and baggage, on Spring TH ROUGH IN ONE DA. The rol sjoacn win iari irom w. vuovu fir. old No. l Uourtland - itreet. N. York, every morning, Sunday excepted, al 1 - 2 pa! 6 o'clock, oy way oi newarn, iitw - nmini.i , , . ton. Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Plaladel - Iiina iw wins ricuuis. 7'Ae - 5eom Boat Lint INDUSTRY, will met as l I.... S.... tlart irom rtiew - iorn every raorninK dayt excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the fcteom Boat ll.Unl. Awm tli nnrtK aid nf thll KatterV. lodge at' Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia next day to dine , , . , llnitwi mi. Mniir:nnrk. with a a - nard. with every convenience for passengers and baggage, OH ipnilEl I liC U. C. UIU VOPVIJ 1.III .ui. ... w. the coach office, old No. 1 Courtlandt - street, New icra, every flay aiZb'ClocK, r. an" arrive at rhilurteipfiia next morning aioo'Lioca. vmj A ............ A. ...,(. t For teatsinthc ahoveoRmed Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old ettaoliahed Ucach, etage and bteam ttoai outre, i vm uiu .o. I lyOuriianui - sm - ei, ine secona onice imw Broadway, New - York; to ISAAC BROWN, No. 1 Washington - lire! ti or to A. T. GOOD - RICH Sl CO. No 124 Broadway, corner ofCe - J .. V..V. ,.lr frt - Ail goods and bagzagn at the risk oi tlie owner JOSEPH l,i OiM, bU.S K LU, IS. II . tineot. bv Expresses tent to any part of the Con - j iiuji A3 v ill i r it - LiU. Ian 22 "?T CHAISE LIN.. FOR P II 11. A I E L P H 1'A The POST CJHAIE. with everv convenience for Passenger and their baggage (fhrougli in ui.e day) will leave Uie Pott Chaise Olfii e, lib Broadway, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at Nf past 6 o'clock in the morn - in;, by way of Newark, and arrive the tame day at Philadelphia. The MAIL PILOT, in opposition to tha Mail Coach, with sunesior accommodations for Pas sengers and lhir baggage, will leave the sume place every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P.M. will proceed before thcMail.and not subject lo the inconvenience of stopping at tlie numerout t ost Uthcet on the road, nut every accommodation provided for the traveller, and arrive some hours before the Mail at Philadelphia. Fare t'duliari. All goods and baggage at the riique of the owner. JOHN N. CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GUI.ICK Ac SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON Ac HOWELL, Philadelphia. Tf. B. Expresses Bent to any pari of the United Strife, htt I . BAKF.lt It CO. Feb 24 U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD. fjT - The public are assured that this line it equal to any in the U . S. for the convenience and comlort ol the tra tiler. With the addition ol the, guurd, the - passenger may rest secure at to hit iiaggage nnd personU safety the coach never being left whilst changing at the pott offices, Without a person on the box. The way mail Is pot fn separate bagt and changed io tlie European ttyle. The U S. Miil Cosrh will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - tt.eet, New - York every dy at 2 n'clock P. M. nnd arrive at Philadelphia neitmorning at 6 o'clock ; only 6 passengers admitted in tins conch. For seats apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old Conch and Stage Office, old No 1, second office from Bioadway in Courtl. - uidt - street, or to A. T. GOODRICH it Co. No. 124 Brnaday, corner ol Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All goods and baggage at the ritk of the ownert. J. LYON k SONS. Powlet Hook. I WILLIAM ;ULK K Ac CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresset tent to any part of the Continent by1 jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. WANTED. A white girl about 16 years of age, to attend on - a lady and one child. One who can bring recommendation satisfactory as to her disposition, neatness, &c. may hear of a good and permanent place, by - applying immediately at No. 64 Greenwich!, jan 24 ALPINE SOAP. ffc5" The subscriber! offer the gentlemen of this city their Alpine Soap, which only needs atrial to prove its excellent qualities, in rendcrine the operation of shaving easy ,it it pottetsed with many good and useful qualities ; it softens Ihe beard, prevents chop ping, and gives mat comfort and pleasine satis. faction in shaving at not to fail to recommend il to eeneral use and to merit the approbation of a generous public. The tubicriberi do not wish to enter into a long detail ol thit valuable soap, but they submit it to judges of genuine soaps. Just received, an assortment of the celebrated patent Penetrating Hair Brushes, fancy articles, N. SMITH DAVIES I CO. 136 Broadway, nearly opposite City Hotel. Who always keep ax general and as good nn a snrimeni oi arucies m uieir unc at hoy store ir this city. N B Please lo observe that all tig articles made by N. Smith Davie k Co. will have their name on in copperplate or 'ype. ff b 7 W ILLi .M iiviwsvr.n, .!. .ijt . ,t ., . Il corner of Filton - rret, New - Vm - k, having received a laree supply of tlie reil J A PAN BLACKING, of Day Jl Martin, 07 High Hoi - born, Loudon, offfs tha same, ia wholesale or retail, for exportation, or home consumption, on term tha most liberal and advantageous to purchasers. Thi reestlmahle composition, with half the a - sual labor, produce a most brilliant jet black, fully equal to the highest japan varnbh ; auord - peculiar nourishment to the leather; it will not soil the finest linen ; it perfectly free from an unpleasant smell; and will retain itt virtues it, any climate. . At an incontrovertible proof of the superior excellence of tbit blacking, it hat stood the test and commanded ihe most extensive tale in all quarter aflat globe, for upwards of hMf cen - tnrf. .FeMS A tticraj&g pitbV'kntVw nowla oaui Jt.' u.. lft.. K. .11. - - DOCTOR HORSE, rhrmcrh of ti city of LABdon, ae member of tha faculty of physic and turgery there, dorms it his ri tv to repeat someonservatjonj tt uk nuue oi 1'ir.ivi. (Jrir. - rath, iitoiirriminau, and unousJi. fied use tbereof, has been produc - live of iniiiiiie mischief. sands nre annually menarialixeil out of exist, ente. The disease we have in yew owe its fa. in i iciuiii iiiicny 10 unt source. "What a pity that a young man, the hopes of Ids country, ans! lire darhng vl his parents, thou Id be snitched a - way Irom a'l the prospects and enjoyments of life by tl consequent es of one unguarded moment, tiid by a disease not in its own nature fatal, and which only proves io from neglect or imnrotJr UeatnjtnU" A grnilemar, (late Dr. H'idb tient) now perfectly hearty and well, had beea under physic iant of genet practice, six yeurs. and repeatedly salivat, d ; wiitn recommeuded U Dr. IL (by a gentleman of thit city) hit hoot, were carious, and his flesh dropping from them ; bit friendt detlnred he couM net pottibly turvive t wn months longer. Thouands experimental)! know with what ease and tat'ety Dr. H. erad catet tlteaeverett case, and ronfirmt the constf lution. The Doctor! plan (advertising) is Jl. cennry to guard tlie pubiic against the atmte al incrcbry, and oilier fatal delusions, held forth Pertons, therefore, having contracted a nri! vate diwrdcr, or tuspecting latent poison, ul aduuonitlied not to tnmpr witli their coostjta. tioo, or conceal the disorder, till past recovery ; others having the remains of an o!d catT or other impurities of the blood, as well at oth er complainU ot a delicate nature, in tithe't sex. thould remember posterity, and do juttioa to their consciencct, by making nntto; to Dr. II. at tut okl and - respectable estah lishment, No. 64 Wnter - ttreet, four house" weti of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistances! loce calculated ft prevent disc Insure. And hers let me claim your teiiou attention Remember a superficial cure is no cure at all ; unless Uiebu sinrssis radically done, you will certainly hava the disorder break out again with redoubled ma lignity, at tome future period ; perhaps thtn will he loo late for remedy. Don't you often meet ia tlie streets miserably mutilated beings, without even a hit of nose on their face Take wsrninir I heserrh vou. h' Dr. H't. character for skill and itnU :. gn y being umversaily known in this city, since I U04, guarantee to patienti that delicauy ay,,) la. crecy hitherto uhknowi., and having coiuwl hit practice forycar past, exciutively to tliruriu: ilifcast - t of the blood systuj, they may safely calculate on the; most decided advantages in rr. iult:ni;l)r. II. C01 Gleett eradicated in twt or three t, Stricture removed without hougirs or any ouV j i . ' 7 . i . all old ulceratjoni, fistula's Av . x A plurality of oflicct are provided, and so aitaated that patients are not exposed to each other's observation. Open till Inslf past y in tlie evenine All personi concerned are invited to be free ia tailing, and speaking with Dr.H. which is Irta ofcott. And here ihe Doctor carinot avoid tha cxpretsion of grnbtude for innumerable recommendation, and for the decided preference fit ia presumed with just cause) Jong given bim by a judicinui public. N. II. All letters must be pott paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 lv ' - JfEJ J U Eli til LA . Rl Jsuti iMtxJsi. U. EVANS' superiof '.method ofcurin? a res - tain Disease, is bow uuiver - lally acknowledged in this city ; his mode Of treatment is perfectly mild, tafe, tx - itniuoui. and nit charge leusuoaoie. m every instance he warrants a cure, i..i u.:n - . . w VNff.aw SJ'ii' 'jft , - " - ""nine pay line I lie stm test secrecy always observed. - ITiere are mauy pertont in thit city and itt vi cinity, laboncg under va,ious chronic disease, such as cancels, old inveterate uieera, tcrofula or king evil, fistulas, dueaset of the ttrWhra. bhadilcr and kidiiies, ou complicated complaints of a certain nature, bilious und other obstrac - lions, rheumatism, Ac. which theyroouderinca.' rable, they can certainly be cured (in general) by arrlyme at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. 9. rck - lip, having practised in nMnn hospitals in Europe 12 yean, under some of the first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, and made those obstinate tWases fait constant ttudf for 30 years. Oct It ftlr VVJTEATON tc DA - 13, Fancy Cliair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite St. Pauls Church, oiler for tale, wholesale tad retail, a large and elegant assortment uf Curld Maple, plain painted and ornamented iu gold &t broete, Bamboo, Plain and Cilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Cooversa - ti - jn Chain. Sofas. SoMeatv Loungeea, Music Stools, fcc. Ordeia from any part of the continent executed with neatness and dispatch. Old Chain repaired, painted and ornamented, oct 13 tC" The subscriber having recently returned fiom England with an important improvement oa the artificial spring LEG, he taket thit mtno4 of informing bis friends and the' public, that aU those who are to uufortuuate at to be io want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - etreet, New - York. . Jon 22 WM. PURVIS. OBluro ini iij LEE'S ITCH OLVTMEXT, ' w ARRANTED an infallible wnedy toi application, enay be used with perfect safety on infants a week old, not cootain'Rg particle ol mercury, or any dangerous ingredie" whatever, and not accompanied with that offensive mell which attends tbe application or - ether remedies. Th above medicine are prepared and told at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - Lane, and sold by S. CARLE, coroei of Fnllon Water - street. Drugjists and country store - keeper wppliea on liberal terms J A COUNTING ROOM TO LET. ti PLEASANT Counting Room on the . floor of the tore No. 29 South - treet. Ap p'y atNo.29South - treeL fc iUAJOXUlLO ii EKJIZEH'S FA TEJrt' . rpiIE pubUc are invited to call t So. 38 X Maiden - lane, and examine an open lt0f just constructed by the subscribers, after imported from Amsterdam, with improTenven' - f their own, and now for the first time HM the United States. Thit patant combine all U conveniences and comfort of an open fire P'6? with all the advantages of a clot store j affording the cheap teat ol the latter and at the time the bxndtome and pleasant appearand io the former. For bed chamben they are uopa - nUelled by any invention yet teen in thi cuD' try. BLOOMFIELDlfFRAJZCIL Feb 12 tf NEW - YORK: PRIXTEU ASD PUBLISHED ; MICHAEL MHUCBAM te - CO. No. 42 PiH - tTncrT. Wi Ill

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