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1. LA .. , . it, A - VLi.a.ii ! liDJ tL:.L:iTCrrC"ACTTCI3 STATE. Of 1X0 F0iTaa ALABT AaOee, Til i . V TriOIA FAM. - j '' - At.rrW,r r chard faker. Reetrier. : ;'Jme Metre ft. April 18 " v ' 1 JohaBnrAjrUtt"' "' John B. Wilbur, AptU 8 . . - . , - .lhiniel Stanton "'. - 4o. ;.. - . - ... i ... ic A a J . - I'ligjiiiiu wuwtiuM , 1 M W - .... fs) tun Gny, April 15 ' ' Wi.hara Lastoa, jua. April 11 . Beajamia K. Prim, April 11 ' ; e;itiiwt ukiirv npnitw '" Jnaeeh Rnren. MtKhU . .;. VUliaa. V itsoa, April 8 , vaienunn r, rno, AP.ru s " Jonah Falconer, March SI. James Towntead, Marco SS Philip Jonas Aprdl I JohaT. Rob .woo, Marti 14 ' dwarl Leadbeatcr, Apnl 7 lJyh While, Jan. MarxbJl . v .' Amory Carnage, April 4 - . . ' John iiaviiarwi, Jiartiixu , f JUchard Field, - do 1 ; - '.. . II r? Innlf ' . Ueorge uiaier, wmc ii ... , Dote a iHxtri. April 14 . ' ' 'UaMetlVa, MartHXJ Robert Nichols March fS - : - . - Alfred Hodge March 13 - . x. Pa.tL anvil II i Andre U Haitttd, March Joel Tay, April W i . - ... Ln?yT Bil, Maick7 ' 4 . . John Valestiae, April 4 C :'Jma Ilewiiicktov April 4 , ', Cbvlet lUr, Jrtarch 4 . BMiania H. Akin, April 4 6BMd WhiUoc. Alarch 11 . Wuiutl R. Haniiteo, Marco 3t ' John MomlU March 7 Jb Aiulia. Marrh 7 " ' - Rrfmrr ika Moutrl . w v - ' Jofta nan. narcn i 'Albany cowityBifort Philip S. Parker, R ' Garr Vininr. ir. MT 1 I UaiuI - net. .up S. Mahao, April 3 Sunuei I nliar. Aoril 10 - ; Joba Stoddard, aadMathaa Jeakua, March 58 . Abraham V. SbeMoa, April 3 ' Uijar. H. fioardnao aad Jedcdiab Barcbad, Abrabam C. Ebrldon, March 13 iieoiiaa mnnDHO. marcn u tfaditon tmtnty - - Befrt Ptltr Smith, fit judge Woh Mflffel. Anril 25 . Lym&a llotcamh, of BrookfieU, March 18 ';. Daniel Deatoa, WT Butlirati. April 4 . J3aaiiielCoe,aAd Jacob VV. Mania, of Leo - m . U1. L .. , ... .. .... VIM , "Jle ory I. Walrath, of 3ollivab, April 4 ruip IV. Uieaaobroucb and Robert Wfl Ham, March 7 ' " VnntyBetrt Jtttpk While, Jirtl it - JtinJuUfwntfUurry Voiles . AUwxianc W. Aibtwoftli, and Arnold fThee - tr, March ZH. , , JaMt North, March 18 " J - Jjjali P. OlDuted, March 28 James Morth, March 18 Montgomery cmmtjfBefort Alrxnnder Shtl&m, " ArdJudge in Chtrlrlton, ' tViW iai 8. Ware, William Lewi, end John Tre - jKT. April II ,fr Cnruoe, ofCanajoharie, March IS. . V - aal TmDFTiOl vaooioiinrie, iian.ii u Baoifntl no ale, 01 piunnnn, ihqi v - u . Gtm TrorBtfon tTiUumx L. Xareg, Etq, AlexaaderMalaa,Marrb 1 J.tr fdne, Marc 83 JoliaUraon, Apiilltt r . aix 1 M nocn, ni ii Bijaa)in. Moore, ofCoxtackitf, Apnl 18. i Aleaander Mabon, of Grrenbuah, March SO , Tbeodor Brarkelt, March X8 . Mo..iiiaUu March l3 . . . ChorUax CwtniitUJirt Jtshua Fomumjirtt K. - - Julgt w Uium&axm. ' avid William, of lully, April 1 'lirrx - iajah 1ili. - V oi SaJin - a, March SO 'Zehina Staitn, of Tttllr, March 14 Isaac VY . Arenil, OI Salica, Aptrl 3 Meiiefludb MiUid, of do. March 17 BrnjMniii Darlioi, Jr. ol Alaaliua,' and Join K;I, of Fabin, .larch i7 ; tphraiaa Rou, March 21 fieiah Woodruff. March 3 1 U(ivr C. Cnnedon, of balina, March 41 Joi LaaHoh, f Marcellua, Marcu SI Otii Lce, March 44 - Lueoeaer uooa,oi m annua, marrn iz ; Chriatoprmr Bulkiey, of 8 jlioa, March S AUen VViitoa, ol Uiwodaga, do. rTiAin;n Comtrti'fort W nlhtmy I. Blanch - v - . ? - rt tn Salon. " . .auu "J viwji w . '. Jonatbati Wheal, of Urenawich, March S3 - Siiseoo Craadrll, of Ureonwich, March U 'I .MAlKa iiiim nl wniwi maw I - jiimea ein, nisrtnxo Ansoa Franr. of Kitinbarr. March If - ' tA - :tt. at. . : J at AMk 1 niuan viBrnuuui, wvaiauriii;c jtsiulu a Oenutte eown - Btftrt John U. Jmu, - Jtn ' Jtuv, i n Letml rr. : "Plijah Smith, of Btaria, May 6 Kraoci SuktUi, Caledonia, April 16 KneSiooe, May 8 WilUaxn Hull. May t ' - ETittl llanruun, April 17 fr - durv Wadiworth, of Sheldon, April 15 J)awd William. March 14 Siracfl Ramll, March H ' ' Oliver Blake, of tf ataria, April 8 ' ;Miltm Pnv. MaM - ti 1R . . AarihH. Hubbard, and Jwi C. Cock, . TUarcb S3 ' i Abel Wootter. of Bereea. March t7 Jtmmttm alhwl. H.am .QmImmm CUM Arm Judzz, tn Urtenjield. ; Jahat Comitock, ofGalway. May 8 Timothy Keox, of Wateriord, April 8 Iauvei iijoo, oi DUwanr, Apni v ' - - eter Serri, May S Bhmini GleeaDa. - atGrtea&ekl, April 30 . Deniataia Baonet. at do. Aoril 3U ' ..Gtxtrgn Mtraady, of Northaoibeiiand, Mch23 - 8ama' prelaw, March SI Joha M. Borrv. of .Nortflomberlaad. April S7 Gilbert Oakley, and Daniel Brown, March 13 "Joarph . Srrdyaa,ofOrnee do MaaC Vandea Berjh,of Vaterford, April, John W. Tetler.of Jf orrhambarland, March 13 - rnend Carter, marcn 0 " ' John Kvam, of Moreaa.' March 6 John Wilcox, March S . John Tattle, March 20 Joha D.Martin, March 13 - ' , AmkU ewpah,, htftrt J. D. XfitU, BtUm ' Uewniah Slei - l, April S3 :. VriU.aoi Meader, oi Canaan, March 13 ? ' Wia.C. Smith, April 10 IixivaMlKt.MKiiMlerhook, March 13 John J. F.Tert March7 vCha lea Merrill. Mrcb 13 .. haUiel le. March S Smith, of Kioderbook, March 13 ' Jaowa Moore, Match 10 'Mtfln Juigf Mdltrul CUuraet. - Hanry Kdlar.jr. March 7 t Chfnewtf BmOlmiitAOtnMai,Etq. ' 7oha'Twi(fhen. May 4 " ' I Olwor H. Pbeltia. ADril ST ' Artaar N. Dtatf, do , ; John Baker, o Binbridre, April 11 , Jowpa Alrcnoor Apni II ' 7Haa Shaitntk, April 17 ' Slenimemmtf - Befm 7Uma$J?Bwrnef,Jtnl jtsgtjVirinTta - ftt. - ''VV. nni, " - larvn ' '. - Etfiiti Afrr 9. JLkf. - Jatob IIoTfT, of TreeU, Apnl 18 WMdett bmty, of H tiiiMtovo, April 18 . Ileorr btoM, UBridi water, Man IS . A m. P V Ktb . Mtltk 14 Hewry M. TenriUijef, W Mcttgewtty. Mcfc JohaG. Hurtin, March & . ' ' TbocaM Carpeater, jr. Marc 14 Orwsw Ctmj, er Gerril 4bt4 Isaac Sclovar, and Joha Joaet, March 3 LriahCoAn. March SI btei4iea Whitney, of Headertoa, March t Beth Waiter, cCbaaipioa, May 9 AiLgaa'a Bennett, April 14 . iohm WriRtit, Jan. of AdamaJHarch S8 . David Little, March S8 . Caleb rotbaaUH,of UoiawiWJ, March t Jercaiiah Wiaegar and I humat eloo, Jon. March 9 ... Joha M. Pbelra, March t , ' Thoeaaa fataett. of Kodmaa, March So jdUAarM CmmJy, htfmn Wm. Beekmi, Etq ' at ShMm. Joha 1. Moot, of Jefferson, April 4 Hear Poteoa. of Cobleakill. March 7 Dulcktu CtmtjtBtfort Jmmts F.malt, Etf. John Hetidnt, of Redbook, April TO Joseph H. CaAningbaan, iay 1 Peter W, BarTtocer, Marrn 14 Gardner Chace. of Bcdhook. and Polar W Bowrirer, March 14 Jo. Brown, of rottxhkeepaie, mrcn II - Dtltneart County, itor Isaac Ogdtn, Etq. Rosweil Pork, April 4. Eylveater Preston, of Roibury, May 4' Lewis Weed, April 4 Mooes L. Pccdell, April 4 Ueman Hawkins of Franklin, April 4 Warm. CowUf brfort H m. ixobardt. Saraoel Crane, n. April 3 West It y P. Lake, of t hosier, March S3 Joha Hicton, of Queensbary, April 14 John Hall, Jun, ol Luierne, March 14 Artimas Aklrich, March t William Mill, March 14 Uerktsmr Counly, bean Js'oihon Smith, Joha Evens MayS Jared 3. StewartJMarch 7 ; . Suffolk County - btfort T. Strong, Etq r Wbv. Tyler, of Brookharea, April 13 Frederick King, of Sonthold, March 13 Chntaqutoouniy, before ZtUu Coining, Etq. James BuckJen. of Gtrrr. March 3 SulHvn County, before William A. Thomptot Etq. at Thompion. David Hanford. March 10 Senff CountyBefore J Knox, Etq. at Juniut. Marsnai uwii, April o fc Nathan Tnltle, of Ovid, March 7 trankltn County, before AlbonMan, Etq. Henry Bagtey, of fort Covington, April 18 Ontario Couty, before JudtJfuholai. Joel A. Crane, May 7. . Isaac Davisou, of codas, April 7 Joseph Beard, of Lyon, March 3 . Before Jf. IV. Howell, Etc. at CmmuUigva. John Greene, April S7 Josiah Morebons March S3 Philip rettor. March S7 Cahb MeKin, March 9 Jonah D. Simonds March 11 . WiUiam eisworth, March 8 Clinton County, before PHny Moore, Etq. Sharpe Allen, of Plattsbarg, April 30 Thomas M'Creedy, and John Wait, March S6 Crryuea County, before Judge Miller. Charles Robia - on, of 6cipk, April It Thorn Manahan, oflrfpjo, April 9 ' Letnan Rogera, March 28 Nicholas Wells March 14 John Warwick and Win. East on, of Anrelio, March 3 Cortlttndt County, before Judge Keep. John Smith, Jun, of Virgil, Apnl 8. Henry Weaver, May 6 John Voni. of Preble. March SO Jwph Harrington, Jan. of Traxton, March t Htntttlaer county, before Judge Mattcrt. Joho De Yoe, March 7 St. Lawrence County, before Judge Ford. Jesse Streeter, of Rossie, April 11 ' Seh'tnettady, before O. Clettland. Chapman Taher, April 15 Q. TO LET, And immediate possessioa riven, the bouse No. 9 Pearl - street, together with the sta his and Coach House in the rear on Bridge - st. The premise are in complete repair and have every convenience necessary for the accommo( dation of a family. For particulars apply to OCt TM It. BtiAI'IPM. a JOuKT A t BLOOM LVOV ALE, . The house and rrounds rjelorutinr to the estate of John Shaw, situated on the eighth ave - i.uev Oatbe premise are an excellent double house, stable, coach and ice house, with every Hung else requisite lor sucn an establishment, it is presumed any other description is unneeessa - rv. a those inclined to rent will view the dare Also, the large Ore proof store in the rearol houses 1 1 and 13 reari - street ; where Uie re is lor sale some old Madera Wine, by lbs Demijohn. for lurtner particulars, afiy to AftM 111. MtAW, Jsn 89 ' 11 Pearl - street. TO LKT. The new brick Store no. 63 Stone - st. Apply to T. J. SWORDS. Feb 14 f 1 rON SALE OH JXJ I.F.ASr., ii.i.Jl Lots in the 5. 8. 8. and 10 Wards: manv of which are on regulated and peved streets. No money will be required under ea years if olJ, interest excepted. nuusts. Several two and thrre story houses on which a great part of the money remain on mortgage. LiAMJi.iu a i n.tAj mnjBv. An excellent stand for busines, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store house and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY Near New - Haven, with 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, npon wbicbaO mills may be . . . . .. .2 : . r. i ereciea, who a sumciency oi wau'rioreacn. Apply at no. z ureenwicn street, jsn 13 If Hi tiK'IAIL.. r'llE subscriber, in addition to his former ex - 1 tnivt variet v, has jurt opened an a'sort mt - nt of Needle, of a superior quality, which he bas jmt received from an eminynt Needle Manu - laciurer in uigiand, on terms which enables him to warrant tbtra to his customer, conautmi of unernns gold eyed needles Imperial queens' Sharps Imperial silver eyed between Imperial silver eyed biubt i lmrial darners and Mackinsie's saddler's blunts . assorted from o. 1 to IS. No pains wj!l be spared by the subtcriher to keep at all time as complete an assortnxint nt the above articles as any in toe city, aod hi - cus tomers may be assured that none but nest ne dies will be kept by bim. Also, an assortment of rich clasps lor ndicules. n ami in ri, uss, '' Succcessor to Mr. N. sjmitb. 'At his wholesale and retail perfume marrafac tor', iga of the Golden Rose, No. 149 Broad way. febS tf T"IRK k MERC KIN have just received and l . .a Unk Dm a miuaI kv Ihm an. thorof Waverly Gey Manoenng, Talcs of my r ii i ... Imt. 0. NEW MUSIC. I UST puhlisbed hr WM. DUBOIS at his r piano urie ana music swwe, na. iu orueu Brnbam's celebrated Polices arranged as a uof.oo. tiy Meiheit F avoriie Venetian Air, arranged as a rondo, by l.atoir ... - PaAly O'CarroIl, with Tariatioas for the piano wic, nj r. n. aioraa. - . v ONG3. ... . O softly sleep my B .by Hoy The Last Tokn, r remember we. Aiso. all Mr. Pbiiirmi1 u, k. k. j a. ' ' non,StaUu Garden, k. J OrtnsaricA, The aabarrlUr U kt or lease, for taraa of years aia boa at Greenwich. It is plea - aaaUv ailaated on the banks of the liaison, and calculated to accosaodat a lartre farairr. - For terms apply ta WVIE BtTUUC JaaSO 9S WaU streat. t tQH AALk, LVJI Tba two aoass Ho. 48 and 50 Broadway, to uo complatary ftniihad and delivered aa the 15ltt April neat. Apply ta JOHN LI DELL 6 CO. Jan S3 tf No. 60 Broadway. r tXH SALE JtTAUHiO. SuJ AttheT.C. H. oatha let day of March aaaL the FARM belonriu to tha eatata of the lata Dr. Isaac Ledyard, situated one mila south of the Tillage of Newtown, Lone Island. The Wiltiamsbargt) turnpike ran through the Farm, on one side of which is n new eicellent stoaa wall, half a mils in length. The farm contains about 150 acres 15 of which is a one Wood Lot. with two apple orchard, one old. the other iust beein - ninc to bear well, and a suitable proportion of eood salt meadow. The Mansion House is large and convenient, four room on earb Door, with a go.4 kitcben and cellar ; attached is a larre bam, crib, ben boose, smoke bouse, well, and a new cistern, Ac. The court yard and garden contain a variety of fruit trees and shrubbery, a large asparagus oca, raspberries and currants Also A r ARM adiowiox the above. contain inc about sixty acres i attached to whkb is ane - qual proportion of Salt Meadow, and m lot of young wood, suuated wiuun less uiao a rune oi uie larm, containing ten acres wu a farmhouse, barn, well, garden, etc. Likewiae A Lot of Land, lying at Sprinfield, south of the village of Jamaica, containing be tween four and five acres on which are about a dosen large cbesnut trees (nitable for fencing. The above lead wi l be all regularly surveyed, and map oi (be satoe exhibited some time pre vious to, and at the sale, and disposed of by the acre, wild ther buildings tnereoo, inclusively. Possessioa eiven on Ibt first of April. For further particulars apply at 49 Dey - strset lao n ins I O LKT. Two neat, new, S story brick front build ings, situate m Allen - street, next to the ball - al ley. ..They are finithed in handsome style with cisterns in Uie yards every other convent ence to render them pleasant and desirable tenements. Adjoining the ground on which the buildings stand are several vacant lots which will also be let fot a garden to the person or per sons wno t nail hire the nouses. Applv to JAMES KNOX. at the ball - alley ; or at bit bonse, S5 Orchard - street. Feb 9 tf HKAL EbTATf FOii &AL,k. The elpr&nt and CnnvJfinithrMitnr hnck Iiadm anil IM Na. 9R Rnt rurf h.p With a coach bouse and stable fronting on B) ard - street, aad joining the rear of the before mentioned lot. For further particulars enquire at 31 Wall, corner of William - streeL J an rn u Q JO LKT, The brick store No. S Goevemear'i Lane, next door to Water - street. It has four cors besides a large cellar and garret. Poises lion may (probably) be had previous to the lit May, il required. Applv at S9 South - street. ten i - lutKr - niiiiAiKir), O I O LKT, A larre convenient modern built house. coach house and improvements (with or without an extensive kitchen garden and back lot) from the first of May next ; situated oo the corner ol the Frst Avenue and First - street, near the corner ef North and Allen streets and about one mile from the l - ity Hall. The situation is elevated ami healthy, and iu every respect suitable for a genteel family. On the premise is a well of most excellent water. Apply to CORNELIUS DUBOIS,. Feb S If No 36 Front - street. A COUMTUtU ROOM TO LET. A pleasant find convenient Countinf rlooniin store No. SW south - street, from 1st May next. Apply to TUCKER it LAURIES. leo a TO LET. House 18 Reed, next to the corner of Etfn. street, eery commod.ou for a board ng house or a large family,' having two cellar kitchen, four rooms on the first floor, five on the second, and four on the third, all in good repair. . For particulars, apply to EZK LUDLOW, feb 7 tf - 34 Beaver - street. t'OH SSALr., The house and lotoferomd No. 18 Rose. Street ; the lot is S3 feet front and rear, and 100 feet deep : the bouse a bnck front, titles and rear tilled in with brick,, and built in the most substantial manner, for furlberparticulars enquire or a. sirb.uAta, feb 19 3w No. 334 Broad wa v. a" X)K SAL ft AT AUCTION By C. G. FONTAINE, on "Monday. Sd Man h, at XII o'clock, at the T. C. II. (if not previously disposed of at private sale) that modern built substantial 3 - story brick bouse, with basement, l Leonard - street, it is lurniinea with several accommodations and conveniences, so a to be an agreeable dwelling for a genteel fa mily, lnere is a pump of excellent water on the p. i be lot i 3o feel iront ana rear ana iw feet deep, a fee simple and free from all incumbrances. Possession will be gisea some time previous to the 1st of May, if required. Aod in few dav after will be sold, the furni ture in said house consisting of a complete set of carpets looking glai, pier tables, band - some cat glass lustres, sofas beds and bedding, mahogany dining, card and writing tables chairs tic. and choice collection oi books. Also, the kitchen furniture. I. hiltM TOLKi. The three story brick dwelling,' 27 Nor. folk - street Enquire of COX & AfONTAUDEVF.RT, Feb 13 ?6 Wall - si.' OFFICh IO I.E r. A pleasantly situated and pacioa Office, 3it l earl street, a few doors above Pack - slip Apply to R. ti C. W. DAVENPORT & CO. Feb IS 35 Peck - slip. F1HK PRuOF aT)RK. uR.fl To let and possession first of May next. the lour story fireproof store, No. 34 South - st. between Coenties and Old slips. Enquire of the subscriber, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber - street. lebyti a. II ukaiu. - FOR SALE, A House with two and a quarter acres ground, pleasantly situated on the Hejgfalba at Kips bay, fbimerly the residence of Cornelius Kip. The bouse is two stories high with an elevated stone basement, was built by Mr. Kip tbr his own use, is in good repair, and commands a fine view of the sound and sur - i ounding country. The ground is laid out in a handsome garden spot and two pasture lots. Thei e . is a good stable and coach house, and a pump of excellent water near the house An indisputable title will be riven, and term mada known on application at No. 45 Wall - it. feb 2.1 lOt nt - Oit 8ALK, f Or exchanged fur Dronertr ia this ritvl A neat country House in the vicinitt of Eli - xabethtown, f N. J ) beauiifufty situated dn the Post - road. at p. eent in the occupation of Doct. Grant. Ii contauis eight rooms witli piazza in front and rear, a good kitchen, wash - bouse, milk - room, and cellar t there is also, a coach - house, stable for two horses and other convenient out buildings all in good repair, about an acre of land. Lid out in a handsome garden and orchard, which afford a variety of clioice fruit, asparagus fcc and a well oi ex cellent water, with a good pump. Term will be tnade liberal. Apply to .. JACKSON It WOOLIXT, feb (3 7S Wailttrtct a:. . FALUABU5 rPJOPERTI. ' The subscriber offer tor ol a valuable farsa. 73 miles from Aew - Yerfc, lying 7 mile ssatk af Poughkeepsta, oa the post - road, withio 1 - 4 of a aula ci tha ciUIj on the falls Wappin gsrVCreak, and io the neighborhood of several UoUirap from which sloops sail weekly. - It con - tains 1 10 acres af level, fertile laul,ithayoun5 orchard of grafted fruit, wood sufficieot for fuel, and all in good fence. The bouse contain several rooms has a good barn, and all In excelieut repair. Its situation beinon an elevated plain, readers the place not only healthy, but presents from the dwelling a delightful inland prospect. Also, another lot of 40 acre, contiguous to the abovs and bounded southerly by the falls of Wappingeri - Ureek. 1 be laud m fertile, m excellent fence, and of easy cultivation. What renders this property valuable, is that it may be made a place of celebrity. There is already e: reeled oa tba falls a saw mill of great capacity, a cardmr - mill. which enjoys the curtom of the Deiehborfaosd, besides several other srite for factories unoccupied. The whole force of the creek can be diverted with a little expeoceso as to drive a rang of mills oa a level plot of ground just below the falls, and accessible by an eaiy navurationi where lactones of every description, with every facility of power and trampo nation can be constructed. Also, a flour - mill, of the first das. The mill - houie it larre. with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated for 8, "with nsw machinery for mannfacturinr wheat, kc. with an elevator for raising grain from vessels into the upper loft of the mill. Connected with in mm is a large store house for storing wheat and flour. With the mill will be sold 53 acre of excellent land, on which is situated five dwelling houses a large barn, hay house, carriage bouse, corn crib., hovels Ac. a cooper's shop calculated for 20 hands. Two of the houses are aew and well calculated for genteel families : They command a view of the river, with a beautiful intervale landscape formed by the meandering of (he creek immediately in front. There are few place which associate so many accommodating qualifications lor Uie merchant, mechanic or farmer. ' If not sold at private sale before Tuesday the SI st April, it will on that day be offered at auction. Forterms Ac. apply to PETER MESIER, No. 25 Heaver - street. Feb SO ABRAHAM MESIER. Os TO Lt'J'or LK - iHr., A back boildinr. No. SO James - street containing two room 60 feet by SO; one is at present occupied by a tocietv,' the other a a school room. Possession to be given 1st of May next, inquire feb 19 No. S9 Jamee - itreet. . tOH SALE. A house of two stories with piatsa in fruoLtin rood repair ; containing about Ihirtj four acres, situate oa Throgt Neck, and near to the farm of Abiiab Ham.nond the land being highly improved, and containing a great variety of the best cherries apples, pears and peat be., in treat abundance and in lull bearinr the ad joining waters affording ample supplies of fish, snen ana scaie, wnicn ai a smau expence may be led from a creek to the upland, and detained in a pond for dailv use a mackerel and buss fiiherv beinr alto attached thereto, and where at one drasght of a (mail seine have .been taken mackerel which sold the neat day for one nun dred and twenty dollars in point of prosjiet t, health and profit thi site is no where exceeded distance from New - York about fourteen miles. Also, four lot of land near th; above two ly ing oa ine oouoa. containing - inny uve acre, and bounded on two tide with waters land oi an excelieut quality, with an orchard of four hundred spple trees including the best sorts for ta ble use ; and for cyder, the Virginian crab, Eng lish nagijecrao, white sty re, coccaze?, iox wneiji ana wnne sour, wiin eigmy cnerry srees ii:e black tartariaa recommended by Forsyth being one. In front of these lot are taken bass, black fish, perch, mullctt, kine - Orr, plaice, soles mack - erel. do rev. piae, smelt, wbitinr. eels, and occa sionally sheepsheadand shad, with weak - fith aad manhaddea in vast abundance t beds of oysters, superior in Quality to any marketed in the citv. lie very near their shores with crabs and clams a hilst the adjoining bay and creeks in the winter season abound io black duck aod broad otlls and some times are seen the canvas back and wild reete ibe land sffordine woodcock. Quail and snipe. The situation cannot fail to please in every respect ; and the land may always be kept in high order, at a trilling expense by sedge and salt meadows attached Uierelu, aod sea weed an vea oa its shores. Also, two other lots one containing ten and the other fifteen acres. These lot command an extensive view of land end water ; are altogether suitable for small rural retreats; soil of the best quality , and contain about one hundred and fiity cherry trees best sorts and four hundred apple trees, most approved for table and cyder, all in fall bearing . and to each of the lot will be at tached fi e acre of salt meadow if wanted. Also a lot. cnoUininc fid v three - acres : about eight in wood. Thi lot i about fourteen mile from the city, aod one 'rom the church of the town ol Westchester. If the above property is not disposed of before Wednesday, the first of A - pril next, the same oo that dav will be sold at public section, at the Tontine Coffee House, at twelve o'clock, .n accommodating terms 1" payments, io both case. ' For further informa tion, a, pi v to FKEDKRICK Di) PEYSTER. r.sq.no. i proaa iire.i, or near toe premises io uie tunsenrjer, . iebS4tApl PHlLl P I. LIVINGSTON REAL ESTATE FOR StLE. u.'.il Two S - storv brick bouses and lots, situa ted Nos. 37 4c 39 Vesey - street. Also, a house and lot No. 11 Bowery, near Chatham square, 44 feet front by 135 deep. All on accommodating' terms. For particular ap ply at No. 332 Greenwich - st. n 15 tl F OR SALE, lor a term of years a hea thy, active and very capable negro wcu h will be disposed of cheap, at it is her own de - Enquire at No. S3 North Moore - street. FebStf NOTICE. ALL person indebted to the estate of Mr. GEORGE CLEMEN, deceased, flate baker, No. S8 White - street) are requested to make immediate payment ; and those having demand! against said estate will please to pr - sent them, duly authenticated, to Mr. DANIEL ENS - LEY, at bis porter house, 31)7 Broad K - ay. MARY CLEME.i, Executrix. feb 19 Sw I BUSBY'S FATCIT VAV1SABLB aArT SOATI, AXD FLOATIIS TIPS HILL. riMIE Navifable Raft - Boat is shaped like the L common horse - boat ; i formed of a casing of squared pine timber, pitched aod filled ia solid with round fogs an'tripped of bark the whole fixed together with Uve - oak pins andiron Lolts at the augles. It is propelled by a water wbtl. with upright buekett, operating within a (titter or rat'teay,'0 in mills. The cost is one fourth of thutof ordinary horse - boats including all the! machinery. There is a great surface of deck, which may be covered with frame work, to receive passengers and freight ; and only half the number of horses used on board boats of equal dimensions are necessary to carry this rapidly through the water. The 5 trig ble Raft - Boat is instantaneously transformed into a powerful! tide mill, by catting anchor, and affixing a moveable hopper - mouth or flare, to each end of the raceway, and may be profitably employed in that capacity, arhee not ia ase as acoaveyaace. Persons desirous of adopting this iaventkin, which i peculiarly fitted to all the American waters are invited to view a model, at the office oi U. A. BUSBY, Architect and Engineer, S Law Buildings Nassau - street, New - Iork. P. S A Navigable Raft - Boat mny be built compjtte ta a mouth, irw - .le.4ing all ttie machinery iSZT The editor of the Boston Palladium. Albany Argus llulaoVlphia Kreeraaa's Journal aad Democratic Pre, Baltimore Gazette, Charleston Courier, aad Richmond Enquirer, are re quested Io insert the above twice a week for oae month, aod forward their ac coasts to the adverei - tr. - . fcb 13tf t OSTC0ACH USB ton FHfLAI3ELfH!A . a wax oi roU - JUM d Ilir0B.Ta.IT TO fASBBICB8. - w. AM ;h th nnet chaise line. PARTNERfcHip DISSOLVED. AND OPPOSITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every con - . venience for pcneers and bKa6e 00 Springs TH ROUti H UN ONE DAY. The Post Coach will start from the Coach office, old No. I Courtland - treet, N. York, every Sumlav executed, at l - 2pastoo clock, by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadel phia the vime evening. ... The Steam Boat Line lNDUSTRYf will start from New - York every morning (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the btcam Boat Atalanta, from fbe north tide of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, aod arrive in Philadelphia next day to diue ... United'Slates Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience for passenger and baggage, on sprints. Thai. S. mail - coach will start from the coach oflkebhl No. I Courtlandt - street, New York, every day at S o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only 0 passengers admitted. For seats in the above named Line, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old ettanlished Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courllnndt - treet, the second office from Broadway, New - York to ISAAC BROWN, No. I Washington - street; or to A. T. GOODRICH & CO. No - 134 Broadway, corner of Cedar street, New - York. ftfrAII goods and baggage at the risk of (be owwr. JOSEPH LYON, SONS & CO. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Continent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan $2 t'Otvr CHA1S LUVK. FOR PHILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Passenger aod Iheir baggage fihroutdi in one day) will leave Uie Post Chaise Office, 1 18 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at halfpast 6 o'clock in the niorn - inj;. by way of Newark, and arrive the tame day at Philadelphia. The MAIL PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior accommodations for Passengers and their baggage, will leave the tunic plai t every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P. M. will proceed before theMail, and not subject Io the inconvenience of stopping at the numerous Post Offices on the road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, and arrive some hour before the Mail at Philadelphia. Fare 7 dollar!. All good aod baggage at the risque of tut owner. JOHN N. GUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK & SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON li HOWELL. Thiladeiphin ' t. B. Ezpreuei irnt to any part tf the United flutes, by I BAKr.K. U. reo U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, Willi AUUAItU. ft7 The public are assured that thi line is eoual to any iu the U S. for the convenience and romfortofthe traveller. With the addition ol the guard, the passriiger may rest secure a to hit baggage and ptrtotih.1 safety tlie coat h ne ver being hft whilst chancing at the post office, without a person on the box. The war n. ail Is put ia separate bags and changed in the European style. The U S. .Mail Coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - tteet, New - York every day at 2 o'clock Y. til. and arrive at PhilAdelphiaiaextmoming at 6 o'clock; only 6 passea;crs admitted ia ihis coach. r or seats apply to s nu. v. tti i r ir.i.u, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No I, second oSk e from Broadway ia Courtlandt - street, or to A. T. GOODRICH A: Co. No. 124 Broadway. corner of Cedar - street. New - York. N. B. Ail roods aod bageaee at the risk of ine owners. J. LYON h SONS, Powle Hook. WILLIAM GULICK 6z CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses sent to any part of the Continent by janSO THOS. WHITFIELD. WANTED. A white girl about 16 years v v of age, to attend, on a lady aid one child. One who can bring recommendation satistactory as to her disposition, neatm - st, Kc. may hear of a good and permanent place, by applying immediately at No. 61 Greenwich - st jan 2d ALPINE SOAP. ft - The subscribers offer the gt ntlemea of this city their Alpine Soap, which only need a trial ia prove 11 excellent Sualities in . rendering ie. operation of thaviuc eaty .it it possessed with many rood and useful qualities ; it softens the beard, prevents chop prng, and gives! hat com - lort and pleasing satis - lat tion io shaving as not to fail to recommend il to general use and to merit the approbation of a geuerout pu blic. The iu btcribert do not wish to enter into a long detail of this valuable soap, but thiy submit it to judge of genuine soaps. Just received, an assortment of the celebrated patent Penetrating Hir Brushes, fancy articles wlC Jf.SAlTH DA VIES A CO. - - 133 Broadway, nearly opposite City Hotel. Who always keep as general and a good an a tortment of articles in their line as auy store in this city, N B. Please to observe that all the articles made by N. Smith Davies A Co. will have their name oa in coptwrplate or type. ' feb 7 .VlILLItM KHh.t.K, .V. - .0. ..u. - st. T T comer of Fulton - street, New - York, having received a large supply of the real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day & Martin, 97 High Hol - born, Loudon, offer tba tame, in wboleoala or retail, for exportation, or borne consumption, 00 term th most liberal and advantageous to purchasers. This inestimable composition, with half the u - sunl labor, produces a most brilliant jet Mark, fully equtl to the highest japan varai'h ; alSirJ. peculiar noorahmeot to tba leather ; it will not soil Ihe finest linen; ie perfectly free from any nrleasant smell; and will retain it virtues in any climate. At aa 'incontrovertible proof of th superior excellence of this blacking, it has stood th test sad commanded the most extroive tale in all quarter of the globe, for upwards of half a ceo - tury. . Feb 18 1 A djatanung pibiic Uirw new (a ais tugtaa kaa' tweea things that diller. - j - . v Tv DOCTOR HORNE, (hrmerrs Of the city of London: Amw'mber of tha faculty of physic raod surgery there, deem it hitda, tjr to repeat souMfoosermtiooj tv j the abuse of MERCURY, a rf rash, ilutiicriminat. aa nn...i - W - - - aj mwa wsuili - fr - d use tnereoC has been five of infinite mischief, iw sands we annually mercurialized out of exist. ' encc. The disease we have in view owes its fa, tal result chiefly to this source. "What a pit - that a young man, the hopes of his country, sjJj the darling of his parents should be eaitched a - way from all (be prospects and eojoyntenti of hfa by the consequent es of one ung - rded roooieaL aud by a disease not in its owa nature fatal, ac!j which ouly proves so from neglect or irapron,, IreatmenL" A rcntlemar. flate Dr. a ticnt) now perfectly hearty and well, had bc. under physicians of gtneiul practice, six years, aud repeatedly salivaf. d ; when RCommentJed t. Vt. tt. t,ny a geouenirui of thu cityl his " were carious and hi flesh dropping from luenT - bii friends declared be could not pouibly siuvi, two months longer. Thousands experinientalJw know with vfhut ease and safety Dr. H. eradf cate the severest cases and confirms the cooiti" lution. The Doctor's plan (advertising) is cestary to guard the public against the souse at Persons tlierefore, having contracted a IT vale disorder, or suspecting latent iioison. a. tioo, or conceal the disorder, till past recovel rv others having the remains of an old else or other impunues oi ue oiood, as well a other complaint of a delicate nature, is eibV sex. should remember posterity, and do justice to their consciences by making aMlcatio, to Dr. II. at his old and respectable ertab! lisliment No. C4 Water - street, four house wes of Old - slip, to obta - u that prompt Miistsac a. ' lone calculated fb prevent disclosure. Aod her let me claim your serious attention lUinembe a superficial cure is no cure at all ; unless the ha. tioeisis radically done, you will certainly have the disorder break out ijgaiu with redoubled ma lignity, at some future period I perhaps then will be too late for remedy. Don't you often meet u the streets miserable, mutilated beinex, without even a bit of nose oa. their face Talis wamW I beseech you. . Dr. H's. character for skill aad stubborn lata, grity being universally known in this city, 1U04, guarantee to patients that delicacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, and having confined his raciicc miicnn puai, cai luaiveiy (0 the Cure Of disease of the blood vtm they niavi(V.l..i culate on the most decided advantage is cot. IU11IIIJ. 11 . 11. Gleet eradicated in twe or three weeks.. Strictures removed without bougies or any other instrument ; and aa) dvbihlieis likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's. tec. A plurality of onVes are Drdrided. ami ; - ated that patients are not exposed toeachotheia observatjoo. Open til) half past 9 in (he evenine - All peisonconcerned are invited to be frai tailing, and speaking with'Dr.H. which is free ol cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid tfea expression of gTatilude for innsmerahle recom - meodaQon, abd for the deciJed preerence fit is presumed with just cause) lour xivua dim h . judicious public. , . v n. . ah letter muHPe post paid. Dr. Buchanan. Ang7 1 , . Xc.U U Eti QtJi VKkHt A OR lAUXf. DR. EVANS' supeViot method of curia aces. iLSSi A,"kSBowimiTer auy acituowledged in this city ; his mode oftrentmeut is pericctiy mild, aTe, ex lllulllitna xwA Av'a, L.. - 'rCsi l'"'lo. la every w - t I stance he warrants a cure, r - 'l ife Wud will return the pay if h iV3i7 jfuoes not perform agreeable - Tf - J to contract. I he tint tett secrecy always observed. . 1 here are many pciton id this city and its vicinity, laboring under various chronic diveass such nt cancen, old inveterate ulcer, tcroiula - or kings evil, hstulat, diseases of the urethra bladder and ktduies a compiicated compfaialA . of a certain nature, bilious and other obstruc tions, rheumatism, c. ante they consider i table, tliey can certainly be c - lj geaereJ) ' by arplyint at Dr. EVANS'S McdacalStore, Ka. 9. Peck - slip, having practised ia exbfaain hospitals in Europe' IS yean, under mine of tha - first Surgoont and Physic inns in XL world, ' made tiiost oLslmate Uiicaset bis coutant atud ; for 30 vea rs. . - x - Oct IS IVri4. J frj. WH EATON A DA - Yg - FSp. YI3. Fancy Cbair MtnuXac - turcra, no. 133 r iiiton - trce(, opposite 8t Paul Church, offer for sale, wholesale and . rftail, a large and elegaat as - - lortment uf Curld Maple,' plaio painted and ornament ed in gold at bronre, Bamboa, . Plain and Gift Balls Kock - ing, Sewing, aud Coorersa. ' tioa Chair, Sofas Settee. Loungees Music. Stools fcc .. - i - Ordvrt from any Dart of the continent executed with ueatne.t tind dispatch. : Old Chairs repaired, pouted and ornamented. . oct 13 C7 The subscriber having recently returned from England - with an importaut improvement)) the artificial spring LEG, be takes this meUstl , of informing bis friendt an the public, that all ' those who are to unfortuuate as to be in want ef a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap ' plying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. . . Jan S3 WM. PURVIS. LEE'S ITCH OAXWJTJVT, ' ' WARRANTED an infellibt remedy at oq application, may be used with perfect safety on infants a week old, not contain'ng articl ol mercury, or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with (hat offensive smell which attends the application of other remedies. .,.' '' ' ' The above medicines are prepared and told at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 4C Maideo - Lant and told by S. CARL.E, cornel ofFolloa and . Water - streets. '""'"". . . Druggists and country tor - keepert lopsbea on liberal terms. Jaa 29 A COUNTING ROOM TO LET. ' " - " I'l.EAsANT Counting Room 00 ilie lowel . floor af the ttore No S3 SouUi - ttreet, Ap ply at No. S9Soub - treeL . : feb I BLOOXFihLDUEHAZKR'S PAtEXT' , THE public are invited to call at No - SI Mai Aeu - lane, and examine aa open tov , just constructed by the subscribers, after a mod imported from Amsterdam, with improvement of their own, and now for the first Um the United Mates. This patent combine all the conveniences and Comforts of anepea fir Pj0? '. with all th advantages of a clot itovsf; Sor , ing the cheap heat of th latter aad at tba taav tiro - Uie hsndsom and pleasant arsran" Ihe former. For bed chamber thy r ' P rail died by any Invention vet seen in thii cotOr - try. BLOOMnELD.ftFRAiXIL Feb IS tf NEW - YORK : . ' PRIXTKD AKD PUBLISHED ;X1C11AEL KVRffHAJSk CO - . No. 4$ Piaa - Mnxu - r.. Hsal sasttl aastf

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