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State ol New - York, as. F N pursuance of a decretal order oCUiii bonor - vu..rt tn tutiutd atuublic auction, at the Tonlm Coffee House, in the city of Ne w - Yotk, noHi t ii direction of the subacrltier, at one tn loe, masters! this court, on Friday, the 27lhin. slant, at 14 o'clock a hoon alt tLose three cer - . fain ioti ol land. tituate in the tenth wuil of the city of N. York, ud distinguished oa a certain map of the citato, late of James Dtlanoy, Esq . . muile by Evert Bancker.hy lot No.iix hundred .and fifteen, six hundred ajidsixtccn, and si hun ' dred ;ud seventeen. Wounded westerly by Second 'sweat, and cbntninintf each 55 fort in breadth, 1 And Doe hundred lect in depth, more or leu, with "tho appurtenances, 'tiated ten. S, ibih. - JAMES A. HAMILTON, y - . ; - ;j , i Matter In Chancery. feh ft taartw&dta ... - . rv. V '. The sale of the above property h postponed to i the 10th day of March aest, ntlie same hour x"' . . JAMES A. HAMILTON, fob tl awtM3dts Matter In Chanory. , V . . iii CHANCERY. , ' ' i ,r . - . . . " K,.t7ofNcw.York.e IS pursuance of a deoreUl order of thii bonora - . Tih - r.ourt, win oe ton m puuuc "" - " - T01.U00 Coflee Houae. itheity of New. York, BDJw e diiwiioa oftba wibacnber, 2ft.' UieUiMter ofthi ooart, oa I'riday, the t7lh w - ttant. at 12 o'clock, Booerr - AlltboM rt"to ' ktf ad, tee ia the ninth ward of ttm city of New - f ork. beinj part of the eitate of Joha So - - nerliHlycK, wieei me iacj, ur.wsi " deiltaatetl ia a certain map of the taid eatate, " aaaile br William Bridges in Novemhr, iWH. ij lota So. 8 aad 9, aud letter I aa4 U. The ' MudUU,.ukea together,, are boanled weaterly in fraiit bv. Iludioa River, aad cooUia iweaty a - crei cf cro'ind, tMv w W, with the appurU 1 CU ,010 ' . . 4JAMKS A. HAMILTON, 01 tsi ir. - Matter in Chancery. ICe Fnr MrticuUrt. emiaire at the Maa tet't Office, No. 3 Law Buildinga, where a map ot the premitw may oc iceo. The tale cf the abo property to poatpooed to tlialOthday of ,&iarcbaKt at the eawe hour r place., ,m?ea r enruarr ai, "'' . , 4 J : JAMES A. HAMILTON, frh 27 tnwblKSdta '. 1 Matter in Chancery Tf order of Aleaandei Sheldon, quire, firat JJ udg oi lia - coart of eootono prent m ana . for the coonty of Moaroraery. notke i hereby rivea to Nicholaa Berdme; now or late of Charla - SetSiataideoanty', an ahtcooding debtor, fc fo all nthjiM iiIum it rnfurii. that on BonlicatlOO and rfii nraof made to hinrthe taid Alexander Shekloa. partnanl to the directioni of the act of the Irgiilatnre or the atate of New - York, entitled "lit act tbrtuieriMt abecondinc and abtent dubtort," pawed ilatxbSUt, 1S0I, be hath directed all the etate real and rraonal, within the county of Monlffnery,,of the aaid Nicholat Ber dux?, to 'be aeuvd ; and iliat aolcn tlie aaid Nkho - ' lat Bcrdine (to return and discharge hit debts withui tliree nonthi after tbi notice or aucn tel. zr, all bit etlaU will be aold (sa the payment and taiisractioa 01 nia aeou. MARCUS T. IUEYNOLDS, Attorney. ; dec1 5 law3a i For attacliintT creditor. iTj Tbe Creditora of SAMUEL ALLEN, aVid SAMITEL ALLEW 4c CO. are hereby ap - prited that a dlvWon of their eatate will be Made oa tne Min any 01 neai ntonin, iMiray i om - flth't, Hotel, to the Village of Genepa. - i - For the Aaiigoeet, ' . . . ( v - . .. J03EriIJ05ES, , Genera, td mo. 12Ui, llilU. ' (ell IS lw3w . . .1 - - in lite honorable tbe ludjftt and at' , , . lutant lattices of the court of common pleas ia and for tbe coua tr of Oranae Thepeiitionof John JJuer, of the town of Oo - ' shtn, to tbe county of Orange - retpectfully JL aa tenuut in ci.uiim!ili. UJlillftl ifi Hi'f Wtrjt Teral parties berin - afler named, of ,'igbt equal andirided forty eighth parfs the whole into lorty tiplit equal parts to be divided, of in and to all that certain lot, tract, piece or parcel of land, titante, hying and he in; in the village ol Nev - biirsh, in the taid couuiy of Oranse ; bounded ' on the north by tbe street called the eight rod - ttreet, 00 the east by the IWon river, on the south by lands formerly belongitg to Hiram Welle aLd George Monelt, and on thi wett by kndt formerly Felonsin. - r to Thomas Coldeo ; containing, at it tuppoted, two acres oi'land. 'And yourpeti;ioutr further theweth, that John Rutherford, of tbe state of Ntw - Jertey, is also seized as aforeiaidof four other equal undivided forty eighth parti of the same. ' 1 hat eusaimah Robinson, at present, as your petitioner is informed and believe!, a resident in that ptrrtof the kingdom of G reet Britain called England, is also seiad as aforesaid, of lour other equal undivided forty eighth parts of tbe same. That John Susvens, of the state of New - Jersey, it alto seized as aforesaid, of (wo olber equal undivided firty eighth parta of the same. 'fl at ,i6hert L. Livingtton. of the county of oiumuia, mini time, ana niargarer, nii wi:e, in the light of the aaid Margaret, are alo seized at aforesaid, of one other equal undivided forty eichth part thereof. , And that idward P. Livingston, of tho said county of Columbia, and Elizabeth, his wife, in the riht of the taid Elizabeth, are ilto seiied as afctitaid, of one other equal undivided forty eklitli rart tliereof. And that Cornelia Livircaton, of the city of ItT !... D i I j! - . - - ivi,i cicr aa urun Lrfvinesiun, ai pie - sent, as yoor pr titir nerit informed and relieves, , a resident in tome part of the kingdom of Great Bfitaio, and Peter Kane, of the state of Mew Jersey, by virtue ofao act of tlie leaitla'wre of tlie state, vesting ia them, as trustees, (lie estate of I'eter Van ttrvgh Livingston, deceased, are alto frized as aforetaid, of four other equal undivided lorry eighth parts thereof. Aad ihiit Alexander Robertron, of the city of NeW'Yot k, and Fruatet, hit wife, in the rinht ol the said f ranees, are alto seized at aforesaid, cf me remaining mreary lour equal undivided forty eighth parts thereof. And your I'ethioner further s!iewh, that fceis desirous to have PartitinH made if all and ingnlar Uie said above described premises, among - the said several owners or proprietors uruiesarne, accnmtng to their several and respective right of. in and to the same. ' Wherefore your petitioner prays that the said IKcuuiccf woj ue uiviueu Binuiia; uie aaio several . owners or proprietor, according to their said - . several nod retpsctive rig.'ils, bv commistioners '. to be nprvointed bv this bonorable court, in dut. siianceofUi direction' ol" the set, entitled M An act tot tne partition 01 lands." And yoor pcti tijQcr, at in duty bound, shall ever pray, Aic. .. : JOHN UUER. ToJoha Ra'.heribrd. Susannah Robinson. John Bteveas, Robert L. Livingitoa aad Margaret . mi wire, toward r. Mvin'tloa and tlizaoeth tin wife, Cornelia Livingston, Peter Van Borgh Livingston, Peter Kane, Aleisxder lloberUon auu 1 roncci nil Wife.' Yoa will he pleated to take notice that a Teti - tron of which the preceding i; a copy, will be pre - suited to tht bonorable the Ju!get and Atiittant Justices of the Conrt of c:o,n.nT. ,i.. : - . .1 . for the county or Orange, 00 the kit M Jodny Of May next, to be held ; - t the court houe ia Go, wen, w endror the said county of Orange, at tto o'clock lathe forenoon of that d..y, or a. soon r"1.'. 0l "o be tvaid, ,Dj M ah. cutioti wid thereupon be made for the apnolnt. awmt orcomraitSiooirt to mike Partitini V tl - Preaaiees with U aprHrrtenancci in the aaid Peti - xu.wm aim octcnneri, arcomine to tte v,i,''' and the direction, ol anctoftheLe;it!atre of tbe State of Sew - 1 1 a n 1 1 " "Cl lor " Pirtilion of uw - jbicu uuiry IU, JulH. 4. . n JOI1SDUER. Aloxanrler Payr, attorney for pelitiooer J'eblt lawtlmMay FOR SALT A case of very superior tols, hair trigKera, made bv Bcckwith. uunuun. .1 Rioic uun wiin sword bayonet. Also, two doten mahogany Chair' frames, luunuon pAitcros, to oe seen at ,V. - LAW & BUTLER, fA 127 Broadway. ' - ',"' V HOTICK. r 'j V TU Miuliton at John Eieaklcr. c - f the cityof New. York, insolvent, are hereby notifttd to aueca at we oiuce oi urn wu.uu, of the aaid into! teat, wider tbe act entitled u aa act for giving relief iocaaeeof inMlveo - ey, at the Lew Buildings, No. 1, oftc Wo. 3, titnateiaNaaaaa - sWeet, intbecityofMew - York, to ascertain and examine we accorow quo w tbem reipectivsly, on the twenty Mb iUf April next, betweeathe boars of ID A. M. and 3 P. M. And the said creditors are farther notified, that a divide of the etteteof said lusolventwill be made by the subscriber, at the place afore said, aad between the boor above aenUoned, oa the twenty fiith day of May iteaL. We w - York, r4b.4u,,mv,.,EZB01sfiLOSSOI?; : feb 6 law3o . Assignee, ke. - SKaaury 1 paruaeut, 11th Jane, 117. (NOTICE bberebyriven, that at ameet ingofbteCooiniitaionertof the Sinking Fund, held oa the 14th day of fy&rch. 1817, it waa de - term ned that the proritiona or the act entitled " An act to provide for the redemption of tbe f ublic debt," pasted on the 3d day of March, 817, ihould be carried into effect at far at the una BBteht be oractkable : and that, in ourtu - avceef tte aaid resolution, Lynde Catlin, caah - ieref the office or discount andaeiioait at new w 1 - k 1 J . 1. . ,1. . ... perintendance of the secretary ofthn treasury, to maae purcnasea 01 aiocaoiine uuiiea oiaiei trithib (be limita preaenbed br law ; and to whom ail vKxvm ueaiiDua 01 aupoaios; k weir iim wilt make application ' .,r WIXiLilAni ! vKAWrVKLF, Secretary of the Treasury. " Office of Discount and Deposit,) New - York, June 10, 1817. I tuauce of the preceding notice and authority .the tubal fiber is ready to recei re proposals and to treat with any person for the purcfaue or r untied Debt of the United States within the limits pre scribed by the act above referred to. t writ' I'tTi iu Je17 dtJl fclawtf ' State of ffew - York. $: IN parwance of an order of Ibis honourable Coort made in the aboe cause, will be told at oublic auction, at Hunt's Hotel. In the village of Newbargh, on tbe eleventh day of April next, at twelve o'clock at noon, ander thedirectioa ol thetebscriber. All that certain tract of land tit - aate, lying and being at Little Britain, in tbe town of New - Windsor, county of Orange, and ttateofNeW'York, and it bounded as follow 1 on the east by tbe lands of the heirs of John Welling, deceased, on the north by the lands of Ro bert R. Burnet, oa the wett by the lands of general James Clinton, and on the south by tbe laadi of the beira of Samuel J. L. Norton, deceat ed, containing three hundred and ten acres of land, be tbe same more or less, wiuj ue Hereditament! and appurtenances to the same belong - ins or in anv wise appertaining, waiea t eoru ary 17, 1818. THOMAS BOLTON, febS8 lawtApldts Matter in Chancery. IN CHANCERY. John Woods and Robert Wardell,) ExrsofJamct Woods, deceased f : M. t John Bay.' ) Slate tf Jiw - York, n. IS ounuanceofsn order of this honorable court, 1 made io the above cause, will be told at rub 1; - . ... ni..t:u rAUl.A 1 1 ;M uA llC aOCllvn, HI IIIO I uuiiiik U'wri m city of New - York, on the Kid day or March next, at ISo'clockat noon, suiiler the direction of the subscriber, all that certain messuage or dwellinc house and tot of ground, situate lathe town ofCiaverack, in tbe county of Columbia and state of New - York; hounded southerly by land now or late of Jeremiah Fonda, westerly by tbe road leading to the city of Hudton, northerly bv land oow or late of William II. Ludlow, aod easterly by land now or late of Anthony Ten tlroerk ; cootaming,in Tne wnoie uiiern acres , together with the hereditaments and appartenaii - cet to the same helougiii!r or appertaining. Da ted Feb. II, 1818. , , Irh 11 liiwtdt Mr.tter in Chancery. A h ediirl ol Lbalkcrtf IlLlll 1111 - New - York, at tlie c it vol" All.anT. on th Uiirtieth (lav of Oeceuber. in lh var nf our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eveniecn. Present The Honorable James Kent, Esquire, . uam:riior. Nathaniel Pendleton,' IT appearing by affida r: r 1 vit to the satisfactioo Henry C. Hawley f of tint court, that process j 01 suhoaena to aDoear and oniwisr m u auove cause nam Deen regularly issued seaintt the above named defendant. Hen ry C. Hawley, but that tne said dtlendant coukl not, upon diligent search and enquiry made, intermediate the tctte and return ol the taid subpoena, be found to be served therewith And it 'urther appearing by tbe said affidavit, that the taid defendant hat absconded from his residence, and gone into the sUte of IVnniylvania, or the state of Ohio, where he was at tbe time itich enquiry wat made On motion of Nathaniel Pendleton, Etouire. the ccimVainant in penou, 11 isoruereaioauneiaui deiendant, Henry C. Haw lev. docaute his annearance to be entered, and tin answer to be tiled to the com plainanls bill ol complaint in tins cause, within four months from tne date of thii order, or in de - auii inereoi, uiat the complainants bill of complaint be taken nro - roniesso acainit him. And it it further orderod that a ropy of thii order be ;.i ..1 ' iiuoiisiieu, wiiiiui twenty uayt irom tne date 01 iiinuiuci, inuun r Hlir III me pUDIIC DCWtpS pert printed in this state, for eitht wee Ira sue ceitively. once at least in every week. AtJopy IsAAC l. kip, Jan 19 law8w Assistant Remitter. IN CHANCERY. John B. Murray, i vs. State of New - York, s James T. Watson. IN pursuance of a decretal order of this honourable court, made in the above cause, will he told at publie auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, in the eity of New - York, under the di reelion of the tubtcriber, at one of tbe mastert ol thii coort, on Tuesday tlie second day of Sep - lemDer nexi, at iweiva o'clock at nooi, all that tr t of land (oining on the town of Lowville, and lying ia tlie onuuy of Lewis, ia the etale afore - aid, being part of great lot No. 4 of Macomb's purenise, and compntel all the lots koown on a certain plan or map made by David H ronton and II. White, in the year IKS, from No. IIS to M2 inclusive, containing together 15,000 acres of land, with the appurtenances thereto belonging or any wise appertaining. Dated June 30. UI7. (Copy) JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jy 81 Iaw4wdtds .Waiter in Chancery. The tale 01 Uie above property it postponed to the fint day of May nexu at the tame hour and place. Dated Jan 22, 1818. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Jaa24 lawtMyl Master in Chancery. NEEDLES BY RETAIL. rpHE subscriber, in addition to hit former ex - X tensiv? variety, bat jurt opened an amort mcnt of Needles, of a superior Quality, which he hM jut received from an eminent Needle Manufacturer in England, oa terms which enables him to warrant the in to his customers, consisting of - u per fine gold eyed needles Imperial queens' Sharps, imperial silver eyed between .assorted from Impel ial silver eyrd blunts f No. 1 to 12. Imperial darneri and Mackinsie'i saddler's blunts . No pains will he spared by the subscriber to keep at all times as complete an assortment of we aoove articles as any in tne t uy, and (n cus tomers may ne assured that none but bett nee - nirt wm be krpt by him. Also, aa assortment of rich clasps lor ridicnles. W. SMITH rilfc.VlliiS. Succceiaor to Mr. N. Smith. At bis wholesale and retail perfume manufactory, siga of the Golden Rose, No. 149 Broad teb2 tf TO FARMERS. rjlHEsubtcribrcan furnu. the farmers of tbe adjacent country with ground Plaster of Paris in any quantity, on the shorten notice, ia barrtu or otherwise. u ,0HS BYERS, Feb tf foot of Uarnson - rt. N. R. Q - TO LET, ' - TU Uiree - story brick. dwslliDJ, 27 Nr - foik - trect - Enquire of - . , ' COX & JttONTAUDEVERT, Fab 13 ' - Wall - st. t - i FOR SALE, ! . . . n A Hotue with two and a quarter acres of around. tMeasantlv situated mi the Heigbths at Kips Bay, formerly the residence of Corne lius Kip. I be house is two stories feign wnn an elevated stone basement, waa built by Mr. Kip for his own use, ia in good repair, and commands a fine view of the sound and sur rounding country. The ground is laid out in a handsome garden spot and two pasture lots. There is a good atable and coach - bouse, and a DumD of excellent water near tha house An indisputable title will be given, and terms mad known on application at No. 45 Wall - st feb 33 tot - FOR BALE. A convenient 2 - story brick front HOUSE and LOT. No. 93 Ann - street. Un the premitef there is alio a comlbrtable back building, with 3 rooms having fire - place, and - 9 other apart ments: and id. tha rear ol tne wnoie, a a car - rioter's shot. about 50 feet in leiKth. This lot, which is SO fcut 1 inch in width, and 180 feet ia depth, would be very suitable for a mNjufactur - er. a ca reenter, a nvert - iiaoie ascper, or any business that requires a good deal of room. For terms, apply at No. 17 Buriing - tup. Feb S7 tf nxinirm:i: at GiiKHNtflChl. To ha lt the hnnu and rrounda frontins uirh rHftlonfrine to the estate of the late Samuel Milligaa, and at present occu Pi Ml a asw it a syoiiw J W Ul 1S4 11. UlUt. I.uwa.v v. " . . . - ... . . m - M - koitl. fnatnf N. Mooratrect. or of I . r Itl.iljijr., us uie uout ui .icit - 1 vim. - ...... , . ... t I ft. rebztiir TO LET, The handsome three story brick house, No. 150 Greenwich - street, next to the corner 01 Courtlandt street, finished in tne nest manner, and the lower rooms commuoicaie by folding Hnnra. It will be found a verr convenient ren - Apnm for a reinertable private family. Apply to PETER SCHERMLRilORN Si SONS, feb 88 lOt 2 - J3 Water - street, - TO LEASE, for a term of y tan, L:,. jj Tbebouteand lot No. SO Cedar street, containing tix rooms with fire places, betjdet the Kitcneo, pantries, vaiuis. t. auu wen ui u For sale, the unexpired term, eleven years, of the lot no. b fliurray - sireei, in me occupation 01 William rauersoo, on leaie irom ue e.x.u' pal Church du St. Esprit. Inquire of J. W. ic W. C. MULLIGAN, feh 95 dlf No. 44 Pine - street. TO LET, The following Houses fix: Thehoute No. 95 John - street Tbe house No. 97 do The house and ttore No. 395 Pearl - street The house and store No. 131 Cherrv - street Tha house No. 28 Courtland - street. Apply to JAMES W. SHAW, feh 51 1 No. 6 Bowery. TO LET, The store No. 20 Wall - street. Apply e store. feb IS! tf fOH SALE OH TO LEASE, Lots in the 5. 6. C. and 10 Wardt; many 01 which are en regulated and pavea tireeit. ro money will be required under ten years, if sold, interest excepted. Several two and three story houses, on which a reat part of the money remain on mortgage. , LAfSDI.NG AT RED HOOK. An excellent stand for business, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store house and barn. COTTON snd WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 lulls may be erected, with a sutbcicncv or water lor eaca. tbt o. s ueenwun street. lo 1 J 11 iVI U S 1 (J. ALL the Songs. Duetts, as sung by Mr. Ilii - lipps at the New - York Theatre, for sale at Vm. DUBOIS' Piano Forte and Music Store, no. I TO rJanadway. ' Behold in bis soft expressive face Tho1 love is warm awhile 'Tis but fanryS sketch Is there a heart that never lov'd In ain may that bosom lost quite deplore My early day what joys was thine - - Love't young dream This blooming rose at early dawa ' Robin Adair Beautiful Maid ' ' lt time sound the trumpet ' Hadlalieart Kveleen't Bower Dear maid I love tbee Ab tare a pain was never tees Said a smile to a tear Sigh not for love ' Mv heart with love is beatins Tbe celebrated serenade of" Lillacome down Bird Duett tome" 1 lore's wreatn. With a large attortment of new music, dec 44 EW BOOKS RECENTLY published and lor sale by KIRK Si MF.RCE1N, 22 Wall - street, a oarsutive of the President's Tour, made during the summer 01 mil, inrougii tne n - ru - eastern and souttt - western departments of the union. Sic. ic. 1 Lord Ainhertl't Embassy to China, the Memoirs of iiamiius uucnaivm ; manneviiie, a novel, ny Wm. Godtvio : Letters from the Cane of Good Hope, being a reply to Dr. Warden's letters ; Kaieht of St J of in, by Mm Porter : Bingley't I r ..i f 1 . 1 f rr . ..I. u - triui ruiuwieuge ; iyou on w run 1 rres, wiui 300 engravings ; Parity ol Heart, or woman as the should be, a novel, by aa old wife of twenty years. Ini ti NEW MUSIC. TUST published by WM. DUBOIS, at his I piano forte and music store, No. 126 Broad vay. Braham't celebrated Polacca, arranged as a Rondo, by St ci belt Favorite Venetian Air, arranged as a rondo, by Latour Paddy O'Carrotl, with variations for the piano lorte, by r. k. Moran. SONGS. O softly tleep my Baby Bay The Last Token, or remember me. Also, alt Mr. rhilipps' Songs to be had as a bove. ' leb 17 WHKA IO.V a ITCH OINTMENT. riHE I ng and successful use of this ointment J. is a tudkient recommendation, as it has been found to he a pleasant, safe and certain remedy for that disagreeable diaeate in all its sta - 5ei. It is for sale in the city of New - York, hy . A. & W. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; I. ti T. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; II. H. Schieffelin ii Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Law - rence U Krete, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hull it Bowne, J46 Pearl - street ; R. ti L. Murray, 3f3 Pearl - ttreet ; J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - ttreet ; John Penford, No. 4 Fletrher - ttrect ; Duryce k Poe, in Pearl - ttreet; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street; John P. Fisher, IOC Broadway ; Walter 4j Seaman, corner of Chamber - st. and Broadway, aod also in Chatham - street ; and in ihort it may be procured at most of the Drrig tores in thii city Alto in Philadelphia, of S. Wilherell I Sont ; George HaneJI .North Si Rouen, and almost a1 the druggists ia tlie principal townt in tlie United F.tatet. l.tKEWISF., WHEA TON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the a hove idacs. inn 22 6m ROB KOY. K' IRK k MERC KIN haveiutt received and put to press. Rob Roy. a novel, by the au thor of Wavtrly, Guy Mannering, Tales of my Lianaiora, vc. .c. leo V ROB ROY, COMPLETE, was published this morning at tbe Literary Rooms, Broadway, by JAMES EA5TBUR.N k CO. Feb 27 31 .f I ' . VALUACLErROl'r.ttiiv . I 1 . tk. .ribvniT(in foraalc a - valoaoi fTfrn from. Mew. York. Win? 7 mUet south of Poughkeaptio, on the post - road, within . . . r :l. .rika ;il on (ho fa lit of Wadouv l - H OS it V. . - erVCrcck, and in tho neighborhood of several landings trom wnicn sioo nu weeaij. ivu - 1 in nf UrL lertilo land, with a young orchard of grafted fruit, wood suEcient for fuel, and all in good lence. 1 ne nouse couiaii. . rvil rooms, bat a good barn, and all ia excellent repair. Its situation teiog ou an eievaieu p iu, T .. . . l ..lift.. W... renders tne prace not oniy acminj, i - ui - jiivwum - from th uwelllLg a aaugnuui unauu iinwyw.'. aw another lot of 40 acres, contiguous to the above, and bounded southerly by the falls of Wappinger't - Croeu. 1 ne laou 11 leruic, m excellent fence," and of easy cultivation. What renders this property valuable, ii, that it may be made a place of ceUbrity. There is already 1 - rected oa we talis a saw - miu 01 great npauijr, rarrtlnir.mlll. which coiovs the CUbtOtD of. the neiehborbood, betides svrl other sciles for factories, unoccopiea. 1 ne wnc: iww m u, creek can be diverted with a little expenceto at Ia rinvA a ran? of milli on a level dot of ervund iast below the falls, and accessible by an easy navigation ; where lactones ol every uescripuon, with every facility of power and transportation nn h mnatructxd. ' . . Aim. a flour - mill. of the first class. 1 ne niil.iwn. arwr. with 4. run nf Burr stones. and calculated for 6, with new machinery for manufacturing wheat, &c. with an elevator for ra&uz grain Irom veareit into yia upper 1011 01 r. . " ... . - ii i th mi . t.onneciea wun ine miu 11 u. won .Ia.. hnnu fnr ilnrino - wheat and flour. With the null will be soiu a3 acres 01 excellent land, on which is situated five dwelling houses, larva ham. ha nuie. camera nouse. corn crib, hovels, kc. a coopcr'i sbop calculated fin 0 hands. - Two of the houses are new and well calculated for genteel families : Tby command ..i th river, with a beautiful intWvale landscape formed by the meandering of tbe creek immediately in irout. ' There are few places which associate so many accommodatinz qualifications for the merchant. mechanic or farmer. If not told nt private sale before Tuesday tbe 2 lit April, it will on that day be offered at auction. For terms, &c. apply to PETER MESIER, No. 25 Beaver - street. Feb 20 ABRAHAM MEPIER. TO LET or LEA HE, A back buildine. No. 20 James - street containing two rooms 0 feet by 90; one is at present occupied Dy a society, trie oiner as a school room. Possession to be given ltt of May uext. inquire feb 19 No. 29 James - street EOli HALE, A home of two stories, with piana in front, Jin good repair ; containing about thirty four acres, situate on Throgs Neck, and near to the farm of Abiiah Hammond - the land being highly unproved, and containing a great variety oftbu belt cherriet, apples, pears and peacher, in ereat abundance and in lull oeanns tne ad joining waters aUbrding ample supplies of fish, shell and scale, wlucn at a small ex p nee may be led from a creek to the upland, aod detained io a nond for daily use a mackerel and bast fishery being alto attached thereto, aod where at one draught of a small seine have been taken mackerel which sold the next day for one hun dred and twenty dollars in point of prospect, health and profit this tite is no where exceeded distance from New - York about fourteen miles. Alto, lour Mi of land near th. above two ly ing on (he sound, containing lorry ove acres, and bounded on two sides with waters land ol an excellent quality, with an orchard of four nun - rired apple trees, including the bett sorts for ta hie ue ; aud lor cyner, tue Virginian cran. r.ntr - lith bagloecrab, white slyre.coccagee, fox wbelp ana wnue sour, who eigmy ruerry ireet un black tartariao recommended by Forsyth being one. in iront ol inera lots are taken oast, war a fish, perch, mullett, king tWi, plaice, solet, mack erel, rtorev, Piae, tmen. wiiitins.eeis. anoocca siooally theeptbead and thad, with weak - fish and manhadden in vait abundance; beds of oyster, superior io quality to any marketed in the city, lie very near their shores, with crabs and clams, whilst the adjoining bay and creeks in the winter season abound in hlack ducks and broad bills. and some times are seen the canvass back and wild rrese the land affordinc woodcock, ousil and tnine. The situation cannot fail to please in every respect ; and the land may always be kept in high order, at a trifling expense ' by ledge and salt meadowt attached thereto, and sea weed dii - ven on its shores. Also, two other lots, one containing tea aad the other niteen acres. These lots command an ex tentive view of land and water ; are altogether suitable for small rural retreats ; soil of th bett quality ; and contain about ooe hundred and fifty cherry trees, best sorts, and four hundred apple trees, most approved for table and cyder, all in lull bearing , and to each of the lota will be at tached fie acres of salt meadow if wanted. Alto a lot, containiiur fifty three acres; about eight in wood. This lot is about fourteen miles from the city, and one from tbe church of the town of Wettcheiter. If the above property it not disposed of before wednetday, the first of A - pril next, the same on that day will be sold at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, at twelve o'clock, on accommodating terms, at to payments, in both cases, t or rurtber information, apply to FREDERICK DE PEYSTER, mo. o. 24 uroaa - siren, or near tne premise! to the tubtcriber, teb24tApl PHILIP I. LIVINGSTON - REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Two 2 - story brick houses and lots,titua ted Not. 37 Jc 39 Vesey - street. Alto, a house and lot No. 1 1 Bowery, near Chatham - square, 44 feet front by 123 deep. All on accommodating terms. For particulars ap ply at ,o. 332 G reenwich - tt. jan 15 tf 17'OR SALE, lor a term of years, a healthy, M. active and very capable negro wench - will be disposed of cheap, as it is her own de sire Lnquire at No. 23 North Moore - street. Feb 2 tf NOTICE. , LL persons imlehted to the estate of Mr. l. GEORGE CLEMEN, deceased, (late baker, No. 28 White - street) are requetted to make immediate payment ; snd those having de - rounds as aim t said estate will please to prent inem,(iuiy auinenticaud, to Mr. uaaill Las LEY, at his porter house, 307 Broadway. MARY CLEMEN, Executrix. feh 19 2w BUSBY'S rATX.1T VAVICAILR RAFT BOATS, ASD FLOATING TITIK MILL. rPHE Navigable Raft - Boat is shaped like the 1 common borte - boat ; is formed of a cuing of squared pine timber, pitcher) and filled in solid wnn round logs, nmtnpped m bark t tbe whole fixed together with live - oak pins, and iron bolts at the angles. It is propelled by a water wheel, with upnekt buckets, operating uithtn a fuller or raetvay, as in mills. The cost it one lourth of that of ordinary horse - boats, including all Uk machinery. There is a great surface ol deck, which may be covered with frame work, to receive passengert and freight ; and only half the number of horses used on board boats of equal dimtnsions, are necessary to carry this rapidly through Uie water. The Navigable Raft - Boat ii instantaneously transformed into a powerfull tide - mill, by ratling anchor, and affixing a moveable hopper - mouth or flare, to each end of the raceway, aod may be profitably employed in that capacity, when not in use as a conveyance. Persona desirous of adopting this invention, which it peculiarly fitted to all the American wa - ters, are invitm to view a mode), at the office of C. A. BUSBY, Architect and F.ogineer, 2 Law Buildings, Nassau - Street, New - York. P. S. A Navisale Raft - Boat may be built complete in a th, including all the machinery. IO" ihe - tor of the Boston Palladium, Albany Argus, Philadelphia Freeman's Journal and Democratic Press, Baltimore Gaxette, Charleston Courier, and Richmond Enquirer, are requetted to intert the above twice a week for ooe month, and forward the it accounts to the adverb! - er. ftb - latf TOST COACH LINE yon PHILADELPHIA BV VTAT 01 fotAlKS - JlOOa. a rnnwa - a asui ni a B If Iff OKRB. ' liaruni aw.M " - p ; .. . tVT . . 4 k as nruat 4 lift I ft IIO. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPO - H1TIU3S itLVlvr - L. AN EW Line of 1'wt Coaches with every convenience for paiteneers and baggage, on Springs THROUGH 1N ONE DAY. ; jne rost ioaco wit i sun ii wm flee, old No. I Courtland - street, N. York. every moruing, Sundays excepted, at l - 2past6o'clot k, by way of Newark, ftew - Brunswick, Prince ton, j rentoo ana srisioi, ana mnvc phiu the same evening. . , The Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, start froro New - York . every 'morning (Sun days excepted) at 10 c'docssln tne fcicam ,uoat Atatanta, from the north side of the Battery, lodee at Kinestou. and arrive in Philadelphia ftOivt flawlA 4inst United State Mai! Coach, wilh a eaard, with every convenience for paMwgers and uaaget Tkv,AII C rnrh will att,it irotn the coach office, Old No. 1 Court land t - sti eel, New . a a i i o aa I iota, every day ai x o - ciock, r. . aou arrie at Philadelphia next mortg ct C o'clock. Only For feats in the aborenaioed Lines, apply io anwwnn la il iJ I .4VKJ IIS lJIJIJ KIV w CoacK t5tage aod Steam Boat office, at tbe old Mm 1 af VM.ttant4.ataAt iKa aWftnrl nlfirA CrCtTtk 4v B vvuiuiiui - ili.m ar.. - - - Broadway, Kcw - York j to ISAAC BROWN, No. 1 Wahington - s. - eM;ortoA. T. GOOD - RICH & CO. o - 124 Eroadway, corner of Ce - dar - ttreet, New - York. 07 - AII goodt and baggage at the risk of tbe owner. jt.iar.rn ovi.vo iw w. N. D - Expresses sent to any part of the Ca tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan 2Z' CHAISE LINL. FOR PHI L A D E L 1 II I A . The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Patsenger and their baggage (ihrou'li in one aayj win, iiodhw way, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sun day exieDtedl at half past C o'clock in the morn inz. by way of Newark, and arrive tlie same day at ftuladfcipiiia. Tbe MAIL PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior accommodations for Passengers and their baggage, will leave tbe same place cverv day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P.m. will proceid before theMail,and not subject to tbe inconvenience of stopping at tlie numerous Pott Offices on the road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, ami arrive some hours before the Mail at Philadel - Dhia. are 7 douart. (7 - All goods and baggage nttba riiqne of tne owner. JOHN W.CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GUL1CK Sc SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON & HOWELL, Philadelphia. JV. B. Erpreaet tent to any part of the United rimes, 69 I.. iSAKr.K iu. ICDZ4 U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD. (r - Tbe public are atsured that this line it equal to any in tlie U. S. for the convenience and comfort ol the travelkr. With tha addition of tbti guard, (be passenger may rest secure s to his baggage and ptrsont.1 tatety the coach never being left whiltt changing at the post dices, witiiout a person on the box. The way n.nil Is put in separate bags aod .changed io the European style. The U S. Mail Coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Couiiland - sLeet, New - York every day at 2 o'clock P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia nextmnrcing at IS o'clock ; otdyo passengers admitted in tins coath. For seats apply to THOsi. WHITFIELD, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No 1, second office from Broadway in Courtlandt - itreel, or to A. T. GOODRICH K Co. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - ttreef, New - York. N. B. All goodt and baggage at the risk of the owners. J. LYON Si SONS. Powles Hook. WILLIAM GULIC K Si CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Exprettes sent to any part of the Continent by jan 20 TllOi. WHITFIELD. WANT ED. A white girl about 16 years of age, to attend on a lady and one child. One who can briujr recommendation satisfactory as to her disposition, neatness, tic. may hear of a good and permanent place, by applying immediately at No. 64 Greenu ich - st. jan 2d ALPINE SOAP. ffr The subscribers offer the g nllemeo of this city their Alpine Soap, which only needs a trial to prove its excellent aualilies, ia rendering le operation of tbnviug easy , it is possessed with many good and useful n 1 . 1 11 ia , ,r will... i .m Jj 4w - beard, prevents chop - awj ' '"A. ping, and gives that com fort and pleatioz tatit faction in shaving as not to fail to recommend it to general use and to merit the approbation of a senerous public. The subscribers do not wish to enter into a long detail of this valuable soap, but iney tuomuii lojuuget 01 genuine ion pa. Jutt received, an attortment of tbe celebrated patent Penetrating Hair Brushes, fancy articles, C N. SMITH DAVIES Sc CO. 134 Broadway, nearly opposite City Hotel. Who always keep as general and as rood an as sortment 01 articles in their lice as any store in this city. N B. Please to observe that all the articles made by N. Smith Oavies Sc Co. will have their name 00 in copperplate or type. feb 7 TlILI.UM llOOkr.ii, . Mi - .... - it. f y corner of Fulton - street, New - York, hay ing received a large supply of tbe real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day ti .Martin, 97 High Hoi - born, London, offers tbe same, in wholesale or retail, for exportation, or home consumption, on termt the most liberal and advantageous to pur chasers. This inestimable composition, with half the o - tual labor, produces a mott brilliant jet black, fully equal to tha highett japan varniih ; auVrd, peculiar noorrshment to tbe leather ; it will not soil the fioest linen is perfectly free from any unpleatant smell ; and will retain its virtues in any climate. As an incontrovertible proof of the superior excellence of this blacking, it hat stood the test and commDded tbe mott extensive sale io all quartan of the globe, for upward: of half a century. Feb 18 i - rvji&J!. A 4iKrBuig pnLhr know hew to diitiflcwia L." ' - jOCTOU UORNE, f rm r!y J of the city of .. tTintid surgery there, dex mi it ti, j,V y repeat aoraeooseryatiotujea uie aouse 01 mrJM. UuY. 4 ratli, ludisrriiuioale, and snouoJi. fien use Owri - 01'. bn h, j 1;.. s.b..:; ' r. t rvw. . - a. r. - " uiuuiw niscuiei. i Ilo. saiwia are annually mercuriahzed out of exitt. encc. The disease we have in view owea if. r. tal reaulU chiefly to this source. " What a that a young man, tlie hopes of his country aJ the dathag ol his parents, should be snttched a way from all the prospects and enjoyments of lir. hy the comequem es of one unguarded roomsnt snd by a ditea not ia its own nature fatal, an which only proves so from neglect or tomron. treatment" A gentlemar, (late l)r. frsna lient) now perfectly heary and well, had beea under plijtM - ians of genet J practice, six yean, and repeatedly salivat. d j when recommended La LT. U. (by a gwitleman of this city) his bones were canes, e.d his flesh dropping from theaii hit friends declared b could not possibly tumir. two monihi longer. ' Thousand! expenmcntallJ knO v.ithwhat ease and safety Dr. H.eradi cates the sewrcst cases, and eoafirn the cobji; tulion. The Doctoc's plan (advertisicg) is a." cctsary to guard the purl - ngaintt the abuse ol ram - uiy, and other fatal detUiions, held forth. - - Pcrscni, therefore, having contracted a pn. vale disorder, or suspecting latent poison, are aduiouitheduot to tamper , with their coottitu. tiou, or conceal the disorder, till past recovel ry ; ethers bavfri tbe remains of aa old" casa. or other impurities of the blood, as well u otb! er complaiuts of a delicate nature, in cither sex, sh 'uld remember posterity, and do Cities to their coiuiencea, by making prctioa to Dr. II. at his old. and retpectable estab lislmient, No. 454 Water - street, four houses wett ol Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance a - lone calculated (0 prevent disclosure. And hera let me claim your serious attention ftemembsr a suierlicial cure it no euro at all ; ttrdeti theba einessis radically done, you will certainly hava the disorder break out again with redoubled g.. iknity, at some future rwriod ; perhaps then will be too kte for remedy. Don't yoa 01 tea meet ia the street! miserable, mutilated being, without even a bit of note on their face Take wamice I beseech you. . r 1 ' ; . Dr. H't. diaracter for skill and stnbborn Inte - gri !y being universally known in this city,' tines 1804, guarantee to patients that delicacy and s. crecy hitherto uiiknown, and having confined his practice for rears past, exclutively to t'lecurrof tiiifhset of tlie blood tyitam. tky may safely caj. cnlateonttie most decided advanUues iacoa. lulling Dr. H. t . . . Glecti eradicated in twe or threo weeks.. - Strictures removed witbom bongies r any atfa. er instrunient j and all dtbilitiet ; likewist alt old liicerution.', fiitula's iir. . w ; A plurality of offices are prorided, and so trht. nted that patients are not exposed toeach other's observation. Open till half past 9 in tlie maing. All peiioniconomed are Bvitcd to be frta ia i ailing, and speaking with Dr. H. which is rrea ol cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid (he expression of gratitude for innumerable recon. mendatloot, aod for the decided preference (it is presumed with jutt cause), long given him W a judicjout public. .' N. B. All letters muit be postpaid.' f ' Dr. Buchanan. Aug27 Iv NEITHER QUACK EUY JVOA 'LUi'Vil. 1 lUjM, II. EVANS' tunwiot i. method ofCwrir - a cer tain Disease, is noiruniver. sally cknowiei.Ved, in. tliis city ; his mode of is periectiy nj!a, sale, exT neainous. and ius charge 1 reasonable. In every is stance he warrants a cure. ana win return the pay if he too aoi penorm agreeaiiie cwMracu ' iut,iin.i"vii amiji onserveu. There are niaay persons in this city and its vicinity, laboring under various chronic dicaa - a, such as cancels, old inveterate ulcen, tcroVula or kiugi evil, fistulas, diseases of the urethra, bladder and hirlniaa, old .complicated couipiasnta of a certain nature, bilious and aber oostiwo. tiona, rheumatism, tVc which they consider inc. rable, tliey can certainly be cared (in general) by applyior at Dr. EVANS'S Msdtcal Store. No. 9, Peck - slip, having practised in extrusive hospitals in Europe 12 yean, under some of tha first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, aad made these obstinate diseases his coast ait study for 30 years. ' - Oct 12 Er WHEATON St DA - Via, Fancy Chair Manulac turers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite SL Paula Church, offer for sale, wholesale aad retail, a large aad elegant at. sortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornamented in gold Itbronre. Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Cooverts - tioo Chairs, Sofas, Settees, Loungeet, Music Stools, tic. - t Orders from anv part of the continent executed with watneis and ditpatcb. Old Chairs repaired, painted aad ornamented. octl3 L73 The sub.criber Laving recently returned from England with an important improvement aa die artificial spring LEU, be takes this method of informing bis friends and the public, that all those who are so uiifortuuate as to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap - piyiug at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan2 WM. PURVIS. 1 QPijiHrtiiiiiiiiiii LEE'S ITCIl OINTMENT," WARRANTED an infallible remedy at one application, may be ased with parJtct safety on infants a week old, not containing a particle ol meroory.or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offita - srt smell which attends tbe application of other rcmodlas. - The above medicines are prepared and told at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maidoo - Lana, and sold by S. CARLE, comet of Fulton aod Watcr - hreets. ' DrugjsU and country store - keepers supputa 00 liberal terms. L - . A COUNTING ROOM TO LET. . A PLEASANT Counting Room on the lower JA. floor of the store No. 29 tJouUi - atrcet - AP - ply at No. 29 Soulb - f treet Kb 14 TO MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS k MECHANICS. IT Information is respectfully solicited rrotii all perKi, psasestuig informatusn on the subject Tariff bv tha secretary o the treatury, showing thecomparaUve uffereoce between the specific duties as reported, and tne advalorsm duties, 00 goodt iu their rPY1'? branches ; with such comments as they may Una propar to communicate. ff Communication to be dJressed to M. Brlt, SecreLiry of the Corrctpooding Coram"" tee of the American Society for the eurage - saent of Domestic Manufactures. Feb 84 lw NEW - YORK: PRINTED AND PUBLISHED MICHAEL BVRNB.9M St CO. . rin. Ai PntasTaxarr. rtH a ail

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