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SALE AT THE SHiP - YARD Of i nr. tiiiiobfijiiciu i A SLOOP, now buildiug of the beat materials, about 100 ton timbers of live Loftk. locust ana cedar ; bottom plank jep,y trhite oak, built on purpose lor the Alba UJ a cr aap Arcn nn. Ui..uu IM.1A. iany trade where dispatch, burthen, and .will draw but little water, with a lee - Lboard through the centre of her keel, and is expected to ail very tat kl ffv for a Liverpool or London trader, (that Via,can be finished to lint the purchaser.) iir Span, timber and plank. Also, timber awed to Mils for home building. nova tf CHARLES BROWNNE. for Hale, freight or Cluirtcr, A new pilot boat built SCHOONER, about 150 tons burthen, built in the best miiiiner, copper - fastened, in complete order to - lastenea, in complete oraer io - m every respect a good vessel. at Barling - shp, orto N.L.&G.dklSWOLD, , receive a cars o in Apply on board Jan 19 86 South - st. for tale, Freight or Cluirler, A new pilot boat built schooner, 120 'tons burthen, built in the best manner, ol good materials, copper fastened ; a very fast tailing vessel, aud mav be sent to sea with small exptuie Apply on board at Hurling slip, or to IN. L.. - j. Utll&WULiU, Jan 19 86 South - st. , tXiliXALE. V4M The new and fast sailing brig FAME, ilifcnuiu ol the best seasoned timber, and iuithluily put together. Her rigging and sails I are of excellent quality. This vessel is well calculated for a southern packet, haviog hand - 1 some ac. - onnnoditions. For terms, and a view! of her inventory, apply to GR1SWOLDS ti COATES, Jan S3 63 South - st. for H'llMingtOH, A". C Theschr UNION, Ephraim Dennett, emater, will be ready to take in to - mor - rw. r or freight or passage, apply onboard, wesi sine t iy - marKet wharl, or to JONES & MEG RATH, ebl0 83 South - street for ie. Freight or Charter. k The brig olDNEV. Crisiua. 156 tons. a staunch good vessel, lately nut in rood " 7"i. r or lerms anuiv io JwJMESD'WOLF,j,mr. "b 13 57 Front - st. For H.4V.1ttA. The brig A B EON A, George Gray, Jiraaster, a staunch irond vessel, burthen about 1000 bbls: to sail on or hnfore fho asth wsi tor Irtightor paagc, apply to JAMES D'WOLK, junr. Feb ,13 57 Front - st. CALCUTTA GOOl)3 fNE hundred bales confuting of J Ualtas, Luckipore, Chiltabully, Callipatty andrutUa. Cossahs, Chaudpore, Comocolly, Johanna and uui - Kimre. Sanuahs Jellalpore and .Mow. Checkt - - Gillabs, Roma Is, dr.. for sale by CH9. L.OGDENandABRM OGDEN, .Mi9 Wahington street. Oft . STRAITS BRANDY. iJ Pipes Cette Brandy, entitled to debea - tve, for sale by CHA9.L. OGDEN. and ABRM. OGDEN, Jan 17 xr - - Tiru ajia aVOOD h LIGMiMvl'l A JM 18 toas fficarazua Wood of very good quality 10 do Lignumvit For sale bv TUCKER Sl LALR1F.S, Jan 19 89 Soulh - stre - t. tiiitp. i.f.aIj (; ROUND IN OIL W 400 kegs, of 281b each, White Lead, ground in oil, just received per ship William, frsafcoy . TUCKER & LAURIF.S, (y, jo t9 Sowln - stfpct. IRON HOLLOW WARE, assorted .is. Pnt. Katlles. Griddles. Bake pans Spades, Skillets, Basios, Fire - dogs, tc For sale by the too or piece. CEBRA & CUMING, Feb 19 76 Pearl - st. T) UM. 20 hhds. Molasses Rum, first proof, IX forsaleby JACKSON & WOOLLEY, ian 1 75 Wall - st. 1 ,1 OLASSES ti COFFEE 90 hhds, llava - i.f A na Molasses new crop 24 hhds. do ColTic Landing at Old - slip from Brig Caroline, for sale bv JAMES D' WOLF. Jr and, feb 2 57 Fron' - street. - I l.Ehundred bbls. Bristol Spanish Brown, 20 do White f.eml. With a eeneral assortment of Paints dry and ground, lor sale cy RIPLEY fc WELD. 192 Front and corner of Fnlton - slreet. ;. Jan 23 TTEMP. LEAD. PAINTS, &c. Russia XX hemp, in lots to suit purchasers 0 colls sheet lead, 3 1 - 2 to 6 8 cades bar lead, 7 tons pig lead 50 bales India twine English sail a - ul seine twine 3 casks Jruisian blue, 5 casks vermillion 3 hhds verdigris 50 casks French yellow ochre Dry white and red lead 20 boxes tin For sale by PETER SCHERMERIIORN & SONS, 243 Water - street. Also, 200 anchors, of Hunt's make, from 40 to 2o(W wt. Cables and cordage, of ll sizes, best quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery Feb II tf TAMES D'WOLF, jr. 57 Front - street, olfers J ior sale 50 tons clean St. Petersburg hemp Russia duck 1C0OO lbs. green coffee in hhds. entitled to drawback Roll brimstone, German steel do Writiug and wrapping paper do 15 cates half - pint tumblers do Castile soap and mould candles do 1 case Leghorn hats do 2 cases cholets do 1 case platillas Feb 10 f SN ARC IMiS Si PAPER. 1 bale Osna - yj btii;rs, and 1 do Italian Paper, for sale at in f cart - street. Kb 11 CERR.Y & CUMING. aT1n - - rfv a, u. . : - . . vi.., 4, iiaic m undiB new iivii uv Vy i,,ir. , ..L r. - i. mpies may be seen at 148 Tearl - street, up Feb 17 V H tF. I LNGi u bales Flemish sheetings, lor tale by JAMES G. KING fi CO. No. 61 Pine - street. feb 16 order i oy r A 174 J1LEACHED SHIRTINGS 3 cases Amer - ff a" B!vnche.l Shirting?, jut received and r.. 'J The CommissiSn Company. eo ii FOR SALE, (he cargo of the ship Cririe, cap tain Humphreys, from Calcutta, and now ja. laniuuuiuiireiii num ijAicuiut. ami nn landing at the foot of Libertj - ttreoL consisting of fcasl India Sugar i Cotton (iinger s Block Tin bum ohellack Gun Copoi Gflat Klfina nfm In ram .... Seine Twine nnd Gunnv Rni Also, a mall Quantity of Rattan. and Odor of Roses. For sale I v J" 1 ROBERT LENOX. f iuj i urn Aew crop, croii, prime, suitable lor J nianulacturinir. will be sold in nrrl In ar - commodate purchasers. aiso, a lew bales of old crop Enquire 148 a coii - .ucct, uy aiairn. . Ign tt V I OL ASSES 29 hlids. Molasses, of sutenori lvX' quality. Ivina at Dover strpef wharf far saie oy ft. & u. W. DAVENPORT it CO. Jan 96 STRAITS BRANDY. rpwEXTY hv e pi pes Cet te fi irandy. for sale 1 by CHAS. L. OGDEN, and XBft OGIIFV jan9 ' WLton - street. gton - street. & TINE, OIL, 1'APEK, &c 130 or. casks V V and 300 half do dry Malaga Wine o qr cams and st nail do sweet do very old 158 do Colnitnar do 30 half chests Sweet Oil, 30 betties each iuu Doxes uo do I i bottles each 50 bales Italiau foolscap and letter Taper 50 do Gazette do large size 9 cases Fe t flats 15 cases Liquorice Taste 1 box Ostrich Feathers, 1 do Chip Hats 3 do Manna in flakes Alarl'le Slabs, veined and statuary, assort ed sizes, for bier tahlrt. Air.. ' A few boxes very superior Anchovies and VIIVPS 500 Marble Mortars, from 10 to 44 inch 10 bbla Furs, consisting of .WiUI Cat, Raccoon, Fox, Muskrat, and vmer owns Gunoy Bas, &c For sale by CHAS. L. OGDEN, and 1 f 1 eU Aon. UUIILA, jan 12 W'ashingtoD - strel GL.ASSWARK15 hhds. Eng. Glassware, consisting of Wines and 'rumbler, for sale on as. u. UUDEN U A BR. OGDEN. " 23 Waijgton - it. l?OUR thousand Gunny Bags, fur sale by CEBRA CUMING. Jnn 23 76 Pearl - street. X CUT MILL SAWS. &c. A SMALL invoice of X cut Mill and Pit Saws, 7 ti. S. and C. S. for sale by A ANDERSON A: SHEARER, 131 Water - street. Who have in Store. Hand, ripping and dove tail Saws, brass and iron barks Cast Stetl Chisseh and Gnnges i.n.i vniExeia onu Lrawine knives Patent Carolina & Virginia Hoes, No. 113 Wrought nails, 4d, 6d, 8d, lOd, 12, & 20d ora ana copper wire, ot all sues Rolled and Sheet Brass. Brass Pan London Pins, No. 3 1 - 2, 4, 4 1 - 2, 5 Hardware and Japanned Ware, assorted fo the country trade Enirravers' Copper, in nlates of all aizea jan 12 PLASTER OK I'AHls; " CONSTANT supply of ground plaster of pans, in barrels, suitable for the southern market. Orders left with Walter Ncum. Nn Front street, corner of Unrlins - ..'in. urill promptly attended to JOHN BYER3, rootof Harruon - street,North.River. Jan 19 tf 55 do new crop do Un 66 bbls fine flour ' 15 do middling do. For sale by VASQUE3, MF.URON k CLEEMAN, Feb 7 tf No. 72 wahington - si UICKSILVEK. 20,000 lb. Quicksilver forsaleby , .awn1 n !, 21 86 South - street. VASalM&RES, S.iTTKYtTJS AJSU C.ISSIjYt.J il. A FEW cases blues, blacks and mixtures, oi XX various kind, manulactureo ior a loumern market, will be sold low for cash or approved PaP?r: ...,... - J.: i ....... iu,. lilnrk nnd mixed broadcloths, among which are some of Wolcott's .uperfines, at the V Vis - - 's a f 4 m. j Ware - House, 148 Pearl - street. feb 11 rpOBACCO RICE. 100 quintals firstqua - X lity Spanish Tobacco 44 tierces prime Mice, per srnr. conin - aroir na.for sale by JONES & MEGRA I H, eD i oj ouuiu - au';.:,. Swoertine American ULNGHAM8. O cases fine giBghams, for sale low by O The Commission Company, Feb 18 D&C 148 Pearl - st - I'lANfi FORTE FOR SALE. ANEW and fashionable instrument, maae oy ofthe heat London manufacturers, and incomplete order, will be sold cheap, as the owner wishes to leave the city, fcnquire auz Cedar - street, corner of Broadway. Janui faTI BROWN, stone seal engraver and jewel JL . ler. No. 166 Broadway Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, &c, engraved on stone. A handsome assortment of hoe gold seals, chains, aud other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved with coats oi arms, mottos, and fancy devices. Diamonds, amethysts, crystals, KC oougm in f hj. murth or mt tr. ana form. . - - o - - - - - - - j RnnWa nf heralJrv kent With UO warns 01 60.000 names. Ja 7 Jn IT' LOUR and TOBACCO - 100 bbls. super - P fine Virginia Flour nil bpc aer.nml onnlitv. manufd lonacco, Landing from the schr Relvidere, and for sale by WALSH & GALLAGHER, 66 Sonth - street. feb 16 D EER SMNs - 6 bales firt quality Mr sale hy SAVU AIjLiM, feb 7 90 Pine - street. TTLOUR 100 bbls Richmond (Mayo mills A Flour, in store, for sale by GRISWOLDS ii COATES, 86 South - street. feb 16 c A.N ULES. 60 boxes eastern uiould candles just received, for sale by . . feb Til JOS. OSBORN. 63 South - st rWl, i'ON. - 54 bales Prims Upland, lor sale at 66 South - street, hy . . Jan27 WALSH & GALLAGHER U1HAHI.S 4 trusses coi'd and Inneed Clom a." - . , i O Shawls, handsomely assorted, receded per A fin Mnrit CAMBRELEXO & PEARSON, Jan 29 67 Sonth - street. OIIF.RCITRON BARK. T7IFTY hhds. and boxes of very tine quality, JP for sale by G. G. fc S. HOWLAND, Jan C8 "7 Washington street ,4 ft Bo'S "hd. ' ck ARGOL, about JtU 11, .nrtl'tv. for sale by r Jr O for A P - rioe T1 I 1 R 14C Pearl - ttrceL Feb 20 R. & C. W. DAVEXrORT k CO. MONDAY,' MARCH 2, 1818. LINEN3. DIAPPRS r ' LC BUY DAM, have jnst received per brig rpcahontas, from Dublin, and ship Tho - , - , iivui uiceaocx, ior sale oy wie pacuge . ' 13 cases 4 - 4 lri;h Lineos 2 do 7 - 8 do do - 5 do 3 - 4 brown Linens and Lawns 2 do do . black do 3 do birds eye Diapers 1 do table do 7 boxes 5 - 4 Irish Sheetings 2 do 9 - 8 do stout do 2 do Long Lawns ' 7 bales Droghedas & Ducks i do Linen Berfticks. Also, A eeneral asiortnipnt nfiha aKn.o art;. cles, opened for retail sales, at 61 Maiden - lane, uu very lavorame terms, fen 35 tf IRISH L1JV&NS. A t TUST received by the I'ocahontas from Dub. V lin a general assortment of 4 - 4 linens, 5 - 4 sheetings, 3 - 4 brown linens And broad diaper, in pieces, assorted, wmcn are oflered lor sale on reasnnahl terms, by HENRY M'VICKAR & f r uo "e"n - 1 iCiiAR & C N - 57Fi' CO. e - st. Fall RUM, 4c. KfJ puncheons Jamaica Rum. imi rr;,i and landing from the brig David Richards, from aiuiuuiu, ia.) ana ior sale oy A. U. DUFF, . , 69 WashkglOD - street. W ho has for sale in ttnn. L. P.Teneritre Wine, fl'asley brand) tercasks. imDnrted Jnlw. lilift I in quar - Do do inhhds. and qr. casks, do August do Uo do in pies, lihds. and qr. casks, do Sep - aO piivs, 100 hhds and 280 qr. casks do enti tfd to debenture 45 pipes Cape Madeira Wine,ship'd in 1813, Iroin the Cape ol Good Hope, and enti - ieu lonerieniure Port and old Lisbon wines, in assorted casks a boxes ot cLret 13.' do grave wine and fine rani r - inln tfj. reo7 tf UOT J LEs, GKlMsrNEs, Ac - EnginL Ba'ion and half gallon bottles, for Madeira wine. wine. Mill size quart and Champagne pint do. Gallon and hall gallon demij. hut. ISO small size enndBtunm. nanrft. and A few boxes short anil lane i . . t - r wn.MAM COWLEY, Feb21 lw No. 164 Water - street OH ii MOLASSES FUR S.1LE. " " Hhds molasses, now landiti?frnm hri iivui .uaiaozas. nnriu to e vi - . ... ISAAC PACKARD, 33 Front - st. Feb 23 hnds. i'JU barrels, f.fmi qui quality Suear, 44 Duncheom Rum Received ner hriir William Tlenrr r,r.wn c Croix, now landed on the west side of Old - slip. sale by READE & DE PEYcTER, r.i i. iw ai (I if.a in. uoiiipinmei - s unice, i.ity Hull, till Monday - clock. f't renting the - t Duck, for sale bv hurd& sew .III, feb 19 65 South - street. THREAD LACES. N eleeant assortment nt Ihreml lnr . all - widths, jmt received and for sale at 150 Broadway, by ,t PHILBROOK (t PETERS, feb 19 lw t .. OIL ii CANDLES. DIPLEY Ic WELD, 192 Front - street, have constantly on hand, at wholesale and retail, winter and flummer f riry4 Quw. leo iy AMAICA RU l & FLOUR. 15 puncheons 4th and 5th proof Jamaica rum, of supe - quality, and 100 barrels superfine Baltimore (Howard - street) flour, landing and for sale by Feb 9 90 Pine - st. 1 vr:l 1SH WH I E LhAII. - 'OU itn cmu - ...... . r . i r" .. . Jli'lish White Lead, ground in Oil, landing from ahip William, and nr sale by 1 Tiri'l - PD I AHD1F.S. feM8 29 South street. IO !" TON 21 halts superior Georgia Cotton lan.lii.iriroin shin rruaence, ai riiir - aucci - wharf, for sale by N. . D. TALCul 1, 61 South - street. irl 21 UPLAND COTTON . 15 bales prime up land Cotton, landing and for sale by SAUL. AtUi I, 98 Pine street. IX STORE. 12 bales Sea Island Cotton, for sale as above, jan 23 T"". 1' t u A h.v..a anr(ed ula&ff. L, I.Aonnr.! . 4 f consisting of Large sised window sjiBis Decanters, Tumblers, Inkstands Watch Glasses, Ate. at n Vkuilin PipTM. Just received per Winifred, from Amsterdam, ox nssv A Quantity of muskc 5 ceroons first quality y Indigo, and 8 bbls White L.eacl Forsaleby J. C. ZIMMERMAN, feb 7 1m 72 VVashingtnn - stret. S', KIPLS 20 cases superior fmencan oiu T strips, for sale by the 1 ' . . . . ' , .HrT DAW CUMiIlOIU VJ 'i i r.i i, Feb 18 D&C 148 Peari - st i.v a.iivirn.v Ma. 21 nrinv HMtACCO. Sic. al f a, w a bales prime Alabama cotton, landing from schr Nassau 20 bales New - Orleans cotton per brig ii - hhd, Kentucky tobacco nancier IN STORL, 20 ton. clean St. Petersburg hemp Russia duck, German steel, roll brimstone 15 cases tumblers 30 boxes Castile soap Writing and wrapping paper 1 case Leghorn hats, No. 20 a 40 Also, just received, , cwt IK il'Ae. in hhila. and UWJ ... ......... . - . . t , I 4 few hhil of rectified iu re spmi, maue from molasses rum. For sale by JAMES D'WOLF. jr. Feb 23 57 Front - st. I IVLltlOUI. SALT, EARTHENWARE, U HARDWARK. - . si t 300 tons White alT, in ioisio iuiiruivui 1 14 crates Earthenware A casks Hardware. Now landing from the Alhinn. and forfnle by ""t . r... H - II t tVV fr rn jutl.i au.ii. ""...I'll v - rv.9r lu No. 73Washinslon - treet. FOR SALF.. A cae ot very superwr tols, hair trigj - eva, made bv Bcckwith, OR SALE. - A cae of very superior Pis t v Hlffle t;nn with Sword bayonet. tv two doxen maliofany Chair frames, newist London patterns, to be seen at LAW tl ItU I l.r.t fi,b 12 127 Broadway. " U&COVADO SUGAR. 18 bhds.Aluco - 1Y I vado Sngr, for sale by fet) 16 G. W PALBOT, 55 Pine - street. T UM & CHOCOLATE 50 bis. 1st, proof IV N ew Rum on wea H.r ttovtnn Chocolsie Ko. 1 AVW mint ii. i . i S Duck, foi sCaK01 eCesheKaV4,He9U,ofMa,cl,,at2 pwiiic 1st on be Coal W'y Wm. No. Is l I a IB 1 " - For sale by JACKS03 t jan 13 75 WaU - strcet. For England, via Halifax, AoraScoha. fE Letters for his Britannic majesty's packet ftrArii r,l....iL ii..i - i t - J .. . . viuiuuui, via naiuax, novo - SCOtiaj will be receivtedat the postoince till Wednesday twsuwuy im no oi it i arm. X T.W.MOORE, Agent. NOTICE ' ft" The sthscriliers havins enlprerl nersfiip, the 8TOcK & EXCHANGE BUS! rsivis hereto)re conducted by R. IL NEVIN's, Will be continued nnHer thv fi Tlilu ;cr. i, T " , , , . . RUSSELL H. NEVINS, fr'3 ELIHU TOWNSKND. (T7 Theassiirnecs of the estate of Mrs Sid. ney Hewitt, (m order to give time r all her creditors to come in and participate m the funds provided for them,) do hereby extend the time of rendering their accounts to Mr. Blake, at So 3 Law Huildintrs. until tho Ut nf iTiarcn ensuing - , t en 2 lm UNION BANK, lUh February, luUJ, ftt" The Storltholrfers are rennent. i In altnrl at Uie bankinsr house. No 17 Wall - strpet. nn Thursday, the 12lh day of March next, to ele. i eleven directors lor the ensuing year. The poll win cpen hi len o'clock nnd shut at two. The transfer books will be shut from 1st until 13th March. By order of the board of directors, feb 10 Ira JOHN LOW. Cashier. NOTICE (tT Allnersoni havinsr claims airainit Iheei. tateofCapt. William Taylcr, deceased are desired to present them to the subscriber for settlement, and those indebted to said eMate are re - . quested to make payment without delay; , JAJlfcS il iiKllJE, feb 12 1m Admini'lrator. NOTICE. ftt" 1 he COpnrtliershil heretoforr; existinc he, tween the subscribers, under the firm of N. S Uavies Oo. is this day dissolved bv mutual cr.n sent. The debts due nnd claims n?niiit nil urm will be settled by W. S. Davies. IN. i. DAVIES, L L A. VV. TRAPPAN, The business will in future be conrlucled by . Smith Davies. under the firm of N. Smith n. ies tl Co. eh 14 STREET iVIANUrlE. frt Sealed lironosals will be rereit eil nt the Comptroller's Ouxe, City Hall, till Monday, 2d March next, at 2 o'clock, for the street manure, in conformity with thi Law of the corporation, dividing the city into two districts. The propo ais win mention each district separately, cither or one year, or two years from the 1st "of March to the 1st of January. Also, sealed proposals will be received as a - boveuienlioned, for the manure of the city. The street to be swept and cleaned by the contractors; itn uistrici io ne divined into three divisions. be swept and the dirt rtninvt - d one dav in eve - ry week, from the 1st of March tothe 1st of Janu - ry. Particular information may be had nt the omptroller's Office. feb - 19 t M 2 1)0( KS & SLI VS. Sealed proposals will be received at Uie ijocks anu sups tor one year trom the May next, airreeablv to the new rates of wharfage established by "the Common Council the 16th inst. the particular) of which may seen at the Comptroller's OiKce. - .. feb 19 , i . ' ,! AL.LKGHA.XX UKtl. COMtA . VEi i (D The Stockholders of the Albany Company, are requested to attend on Mi.nctM - the second day of March nest', at the Tavern. 7 O'clock P. M. to elect Officers rrtr si c. ;. ALT. the Songs. Duetts, as sung by Mr. thi - lipps at the New - York Theatre, for sale at DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store, IS6 Dsoadway. Behold in his soil expressive face Tho' love is warm awhile 'Tis but fancy's sketch there a heart that never lov'd In vain mav that bosom lost quite deplore My early day what joys was thine Love's young urcaiu This blooming rose at early dawu Robin Adarr Beautiful Maid Let 'time sound the trumpet Had 1 a heart F.vtleen's Bower Dear maid 1 love thee Ah sure a pain was never seen Said a smile to a tear Sigh not for love u.k..rt ;!. Iac ia Iventintr The celebrated serenade of" Lillacome down Bird Duett Lt0 me Flora's wreath. With a large assortment of new music dec 24 1H. th I 'Wirnifi JVflD'i Oft. - rnin ll AW l.KY I'hvsician and ivemisi, j would inform the inhabitants of New - Vork I...... u.. .b..n an nffim at No. 321 1 earl atreet. where lie wilf extract, . clean, Jile,Jit and lie nr ii. J'WP r f.. maov to him in season. He flatters iiiuiseii, imm nn r - c.... - had in his profession, that he shall be able to give general satisfaction. M i r . h.racter the public are referred to Mr. pieo, p. ghipman, merchant, ro.oj w",i and Doctor A. Ives, No. 211 reari - sireei. Jf'aom it may concern. frt - This certilies, that Dr. Zerah Hawlcy is reiular bred physician, and in gooa sianoinK IT fcUIClI UI M f " witn his brethren in this place ; that he has paid particular attention lo Uie an oi "r studied the best European wo I""r" ryg '" , vv therefore, with en - 33! Commend Dr. Hawley to the citizens of New - York, as a dentist. .Eneas Munsoo I Eli Ives m c I InnAthan KniehT. Professors of the Medical Institution of Yale Col - College. New - Haven, Jan 22, 1818; feb 3 4w A.I - W llOllel.S DECENTLY published and for sale by KIRK - n nrUt - . . . ..mill' MF.RCEIN. 22 Wall - street, a narsetive Lt U of the President's Tour, made during the summer of 1817, through the n. rth - eastern and south western departments oi meuniou, , Amherst's Embassy to China . the Memoirs ol vinuuiua c rl.,.l - .i i:... nHi.h..nn . nianneviiie. uuvci. w, Win. Godwin ; Wtlers irom me y - . . u..ani. I altera; iTf u. :na n unlo Irt 1 r KnThtoi "St Uu, by Mis. Porter; Binglcy's I OIVI.,11 - ' . - - rvi.ia... . . , - . - .,K fja - fyi Knowledge ; uoxe on r run ncr., ...;., . fnrilv ol Heart, or woman as . r . j . I. .i t. sn 1H wife of twenty sne nouiu uc, - , frh 6 - Tear 741 HERRlNGa. b?lcl i? ,?t i Herrings, now land 177 . r I. k - ,DS a - - a - :mrele - g k PEARSON. . . i . . 7 f Kna - "VSNABLKt.3. V Daiei doi - j" efoVe b y yj burgs, landing from ship in. D. nETHUNF.fcCO. feb 19 1RG1NIA HEMP. - j - IStoDs Virgini. Tlemp, ,;ool)lt feb 26 44 5uin - srceu lot for a the It and the ClaJFl is ty the i i. i ne subscriber will itate or sell the lot and heusein which ho now lives in Lau - reii street It is a pretty comfortable house for 'man moderate lauiiiy, having a stone kitchen 4iiu ceuar, two rooms on each floor and a bed cnamiier in the garret. Across the rear of the nouse tnere i a plca'aut piaja, built scartely uiree years ago It has a neat little garden about "u ,cei ueep, 4ua a small stable, leadiug to which mire i a gangway ftom the street Apply lo T" ""'Oa wailiuiton - street. Fbd 2 tf JAMES TILL A RY. FOR SALE, real rRorrRTt in the citt f bjew - iork. fiZ A BRICK HOUSE swd l ot No. II VaIsI uowerv S'I' ih. ... ,u er wjth ihc LO f, 44 leet front, 4'i feet rear, and itn vij cut u iiae. HOUSE an.l LOT X'n 17 V.. . . j Hoiife hnd Lot No. 39 Vcsev - street. ' a and WUK 1 GAGE for 1200 dollars. u ana ao lor 750 do 10 and tin trr Acn .i On valuable property in the city of New - York. The interest has always been punctually paid. , - nr STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, rte 10 f No. 27 Wall - street. FOR SALE OR TO LEASE. Iwms On accommodating - terms, a number of water ana building lots, near and adjoining the lm, v - yaru, ui orooauyn. . t or rarliculart. en " " r ' 4U1I OI SAMUEL EVANS, jan 22 tf . Brooklyn. S1VRL TO J. FT. The fire proof store No. 2 Gont - emenr'a Lane, (near Water streeO is to let from 1st Mav next. Ithas four stories, besides a large cellar nnd a very commodiousgarret. Being detached irom oiner buildings, there is no risk from fire. rossession may probably he had. if reouirerf. ! fore the 1st May. Apply at 29 South tnt, to i uiw.n v i.Ai rur.a KO. IOLE'1, liduj r rom the 1st May next, the three - story brick house 'o. 18 Courtbnd - strcct, with or without Uie stable in the rear Apr: y to J. & R. REN W ICK, Feb 2 18 Cotirtlaud - st. FuH SAi.i:, The fire - proof store, No. 5. in Gouver ncur's - lane, the third from South - street. The on vuliich it stands is under an advautageous lease, 1 1 years of which are unexpired. It is three stones, with fire - places: brin? in front on Oouverneur's lane 40 leet and in depth 2. An improveu macmne nr pressing ol goods for exportation has been erected on the nremisos. and heretofore profitably employ d in pressing cotton, furs, skins, hay, kc. From the fitnees of tho building, nnd the convenience which it aff. rds working the machine, and its nearness to the river, it may be au object to purchase them together. ALSO, The lease ftwo years of which are un expired) of the three story house No. 93 Front - street, third from Gnuverncur's lane. Besides large store and cellar iu front, it affords every craveueace for a large family. EvSti Mtn ,VH SJ"'E or TO LET, iiasl The house No. 26 IFoH ttrrtt, opposite Merchants' and next to the Phoenix Banks has been recently built of the. best materials, besides threo rooms which have occasionally teen occupied as insurance, broker's and attor - ney's offices, affords every accommodation for a private family. If not difse('of before the 10th February, above will be offered for salo at auction, of which Dolico will rwo - i..Ks.l.,t;jo.i.. - - n - n.... a iumuh .Storage may be had on the first floor of the store No. 2'J soum - sireei, which mn .....n.. r.t hnttn9. dec 26 lr.j r? A r AtviM, FOR SALE, in the town of Flushing, Queens county, Ixmg - lslaml, siiuaieu on Side, 14 miles from New - York, aud 2 1 2 from ' . ... F 1 ..nbnl Vukt4l Flushing landing; irom w nim i ... ,io - .t I., and trom New - York. . . . - i irA .!... McJ which 3aia larm couiains wwui iv - - - wood land of various kinds ol limner anu uim - growtli, with two apple orchards, one old, other not more than 20 ywrs old, and con tains 250 grafted trees, all in iuu bearing am u. .v.. :..i Iriniln nf fruit and ereat variety ; 1116 .ii.a. - . . it,.,, u ahoni 20 sralted wear trees, io - i iu n. prime of life, consisting in pan oi kinds of vcrgaluci, St. Germains, and pound nears. and 8 or 10 English cherry - ireea, arc just beginning to bear. The remainder is suitably divided into lots of mowing, tillage and pasture, all enclosed in suusiamiai teuc t imnrovemcnt. The mansion house . . r. ...... . i rikh.t on i aa luai nmir in miutoi aiviv. wi materials, and finished throughout, with a good kitchen 'aVl cellar, and is situated tn an eminence, commanding an extensive view of the .i .,i;...n rnunirv. The court - yard and garden contains a great vancty of Iruit - trees slid beds, strawberries rasp berries, gooselierrics and currants in abundance, i ..u. ,1 ;. l ham. sheds, carriage house, crib, hen house, smoke ho.use, and many other . . . - ... l..m i:.. .11 nan anil in usclul auU COnvenieiii ouuuni5, - - i .nno'.r Thai nremises belong to Charles ? u ro lt of Fluslunz. deceased, and combines numerous advantages, of which it is In enter into a detail, as it is presumed no person will purchase without first ih nrronres. ror parucwiaia terms, which win oe, rr7 . w the subscribers, on the premises, who will give an Indisputable title to them. t.l.UADI.111 vi.. Executrix. JOSHUA CORNWALL, Executor. Bay - Side, Flushing, Feb. 23, 1818. S Feb23 - lm RE4L ESTATE mi IS BROOKLYN. Trn 9 ainrv new frame houses on Prook' .7 - :..i.. . vi.Ht nl the city ano nay of New - York t about 10 minutes walk from the .i.., hni ferra - . The houses are neii ...... - - . . - . having 2 good rooms on eacn n.. 7"" ""il. ces : on the lower n.or is a g'u room and pantry. , lo(i To each oi uie nouses .r of ground, each contaim eei and IUU eel aeep, iiauiii" - uij ; - - , . .f,I)e. de, and grass A with a variety o . tabl an Ht ll re f&1, feb 9tf , : J51 From tbc first May next, the store no, 79??uth.street. For terms, appiyw feb 7 28 William street. 'IO LET, Mfl r,m the first of Mav next, a front count - ineroom on the second floor, together with the inner Hilia. r.infiirv w. jan 24 tf i n 1 azM 1K7 l67Peail - street LA W BUILDINGS. ti IB Two offices in Law Buildings Nj. 3. to ?. ol so, f in one her on in oi tlieui ling said dam, or ne leet I with 54 cow ma very i r tor is lor in a ea be rented. Apply on the pn - mi. to A. HAMILTON, Eiq.ot at No. 53 Braadway. feb 5ttf Is .. '"'MABl.t. PhOPt.hH. tail r ortale. tiiM m. ..lilishment, in the count of Morris, and slat r"'" oi a rolling and slit - 60"i repair, which wors Iwn pair ol rollers and cutter, shears, fcc. all at the lams) time; a valuable forge. wiUitwo 6 res and one hammer in good repair t a slock f coal and or on hand, sutficiel.t to make tiftv toi.a nr ir . . good saw mill ; a cut nail factory in good lepair, ufteient to employ thirty men, aud was be ex - triiutu loeiupidj one iiuniir - d more t a brad rut - tins machine and u steel funmce in eoo.l ren:iir conieiiient to the works is a ai d a number houses lor Uie accommodation ni lamihea. ai.H excellent stabling lor trains thnt mnv he iirM. sary to keep lor the. ue of the establishment a orchard, pasture and meadow Iota. immt. diately adjoiuing the works, with timber land in upy qunutity, not ex teding (wo thousand v hundred acres, within thret miles of sai - 1 works. The great vein of iron on;, commencing at the noted uckasunny mine, runs more than 1 mile through this tract, and three mines are now open, rom which the forges are supplied with ore, and) more may he opened and or niwH t.i aiv nlv works to any extent ; the mines are within two miles ol said works, and good roads, so thai the ore can be raised and delivered t fi rr t two and a half dollars per ton. Tka. a - . .1 .. aa . .. . uuove uescnrjea works are situated on Rockaway River, about eiaht milra I'mm Mn,. ristown, twenty five miles riom Elisabeth Town, and anou' the same distant e from Newark, with good turnpike roads leading from said works to each place, in a pleasant healthy situation, and a good neighborhood, there being two Preshy - tenan Churches within lour miles, and a friends meeting house within two miles of said place. . This stand for collecting bar iron for the slitting miii it very commanding, there being nearly ore hundred forge lises io the county j most of them are on the streams above Dover, and the iron, in going to New - York market, can conveniently pass those works. At this mill ireoucntly lourtonspl bar iron have been slit and bundled into nail and spike rrdi in a day, and upwards of oce hundred lns ol nails have teen made in a year, A large amount of irnoila nmv h anlH at this place in exchange for bar iron.procuring supplies, &c. A:c. There are valuable sr ites both a - nove e oetow ou this tract,on which more worki may oe erected. ALSO, That valuable well known farm, tvina - in Ihm township of Randolph, about two miles from Dover, and six wiles horn Morristown, and within quarter ol a mileol the Union tumnike row!. near Pleasant vellcy, called the Distillery Farm, containing ohout three hundred acres, about one fourth .part of which is excellent meadow, one IcU'th iisii I ploneh nnd oasture land, anil tho re. mainder timber.' A considerable Dart ofthetim - is of the original rrowth. and is suitable (or sawing, the other part is tiiriity younr timber Irom fifteen to twenty vears erowfh There am said farm upwards of six hundred apple trees, fine order, eight to sixteen rears eld. the most them of grafted fruit, and more than half bf Harison apples, so famous for cider. Th meadows are Hat and free irom stone, through which runs two lively streams ol water, and nearly the whole may be watered. One of these streams is sutTuieat h r a erist - mill or other works i there are saw nulla. crisi mill. nil. mill and oil mill, on the sniue stream. On farm are two valuable scitea for water. works, a coBvenient cheap place to erect a'short and raise a considerable pond, with twelve tjlteen feet bead. Below this the water can taken into a race, and in less than twenty chains, on good firm ground, is more than twentr fall. Iu this way the water can be worked f,H,ce OTer wi,h th "pense of only one dam.T - here is on said farm ah extensive cider mill four presses and cisterns, housed and well hooped with iron, sufficient to hold twelve hundred barrels of cider. Connected to the cider works is the Still - hodae. an rnnvenienrlv 'fiiato.t wVstoarrTframetrweiifnp.'nne goon irtninmiM, feet long by 26 feet wide, under a part ot which is a good cellar t there are also hay house, shtds, i:c. Valiiftble property at Longwood. in the (owj - ipo( Jef!ereotieix milei (mm Dover, on Uit ht branch ol nocnaway wm, iUi......t . - valuable forge, with two fire and one hammer ; abundance of water the whole year, a targe oaa sTJ J AHnasalin Itf pond, and a very warm siiuauon, ami years past has made as much iron as any two nree ti.. ui;, four miles, and part of the road turnpiked. 1 he several tract connected with this establishment amount auo - ether to about fourteen nurd rea acres,wBrra - prt timber, to make a durable wpyfyoi cml the forge. Immediately anjninii ""'".'5 very valuable plow anu meaaow iu ai. - . three farms of one hundred acreA nclu with house, orchard and barns, beside several gooa dwellings for the famines inai may ihj t:iw.ij working the forge. . The whole or any pan oi um very .O.uo". ,nnrtir will he told at such nrices and credit as will make it worthy the attention of any person, wishing to purchase. For further n formation, enquire of JrtlOU, niiuTc. ISRAEL CAN FIELD, at Morristown. BLACKWELL U M'r ARLAN, at N. York. fch 26 D&Ctf - . iO LET, . , . The store and cellar nnder the main buit.lmg of the house No. 223 Pearl - street, and three ttory lire - proof store in the rear, now occupied by the subscriber possession to be giv - 1 J . . - . . 1 &.: lV.l. on.1 on the 1st ol may nexs. , a,w. coach - house, situated on Gold - street, in the rear of his aforesaid premises, possession oi wun. can be had immediately. Feb 2 tf JOlt i. ijiiw i." To be Let, Leased, or Sold. The snacious 3 story brick HOUSF, No 129 Chamber - sireex, naving ; nience for a large family, and a wt H oi excel lent water in the yard. " Prel'7L, I nnenerf. f ives a view of Hudson - street from tW rear of the !". the situation airy aid PlT"r'"r ' pwto JOHNBMURYSO 'JO LET, From the Istof May t the lower .7T:n rnnm Ol i.0 ot "'u. ALSO, . .,.nlih room. WO. 71 cot 71 SoothL ine nprtr"u.... - - . iMtvni.r. Jr. teb 13 67 rront - atreef TO LET, 4 ' tVi ;fl An,l immediate poseeestoa given, tbc hoSNn.9Perl - treet, together wilh lhest i,le and Coach House in the rear en Bndge - U 1 he premises are in complete repair aad bav every convenience necessary for the eccommo dation oiaiamiiy. rw P', oVTfiait"' M.i?8 , L. BRADloH. - a. u "ar - e Ml It W K elufte of John Shaw, situated on the eighth ave - H TOl.ETATBLUUJViJiMUsii,a, It 3 ti. I .. . rrnnnds heloruriBC to the nue. On the premises are an cmiw.., - house, stable, coach and we hoe. wiA thiru, 1 requite , lor S - Also, the larre fire proor store ie u sale omeold Madera Wine, by the JJeaiytiu For furUierrMyrtKuiar.,.,. - M EnAW , II Peari - strtet. . Jan 29 . Apply to k'cb 14 TO LET, " The new brick Store ao. 63 St. v.r m 1 5 ' 41 .ii;; t V v r ' '. t: i .,i

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