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IN CHANCER. IN CHANCERY. . State ol New - York, ta. IS Miwaoce of decretal order of this honorable court, will he sold at pwliti. - auc'ion, at the r.i;.i t vflTv llniitf. in the citt or New - York, UIIIIMb V I - under the direr tk of Ihe subscriber, M one ol tbe roaster of this court, on Friday, the 27tb in - ttnnt, at 12 o'clock at nonreall ttease three certain loli of land, tituate in tbe tenth ward 01 Hie city of N. York, and distinguished on a certain nap of the estate, late of Janet Delancy, Esq rondr by Evert Bant ker, by lot No. (it hundred and fifteen, six hundred and sixteen, and ix hundred and seventeen, bounded westerly by Second street, and containing each 25 feet in breadth, and one hundred feet in depth, onreor less, With tht appurtenance. Dated Feb. 5. . JAMES A. HAMILTON, , . Waiter ia Chancery. . frh ft 191f .The sale of tbe above property is postponed to the 10th day of Man b next, at the lame hoar and puce. reOTf. ioio. T P . JAMES A. HAMILTON, febtl HwtMSdl Mater in Chancery. in Chancery. State of Mew - York, a. - IN pursuance of a decrttal order oftlaa honora - ftle court, win ne oio ai pumic omiwn, i ,. Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, iinHc r th duer'tnn of tbe uliscriher. ai one of the matter of thi court, on Friday, the 27ihiu - atant,nt 12 o'clock, noon All those four certain lot of land, (ituate in the ninth ward of the rity of New - l ork. being part ol tbe estate of John So - merwdyck, la i tin; iftid city, deceased, ana de igoated io a certain map of the aid estate, made by William Bridge, in November, 1B0K, bv lot No. 8 and 9. and letter 1 and II. The said lots, taken together, are bounded westerly tn front ny tlutuon mver, anacomum iwemy n creicf ground, more or lett, with the appurte' nances. Dated Feb 5th, 1018. , JAMES A. HAMILTON, .". : Master in Chancery. Notr For particulars, enouire at the Mas te's ikhi t. No. 3 Law Bnldiugs, where a map Of the prruift may be eea. Jrhl liv!2wifdtt The s le of t lie aheve property is postponed to the lUthdav - ! Marhnet. at the iouk; hour ad Place. Dated February 27. 1818 - J A MESA HAMILTON, feb 27 lawtMhSdls Master in Ch r.icery. IN CHAM El. i TATK OF SKW - VORK, St. 1 SI oursuance of a decretal order of this hoarira - I lilt court. Iiearibi date tbe siltrruth doy of Octi'ber lat,will be tJd at public auction, at the Tontin Corfcp lloute. in th - 1 itv of New - York, nnih rtbedirHction of thum'isrriln - r, aione oftne rnitters oi'lliis C'u. t, on H 'tinudni) tlui mrnth day of January next, at tH'elie oVIurk, at noon, all tliat certain lot, tr ct or parcel oi lanu, sium tod in th loonty of Delaware, io Uie state ol New - York, and in Eyans' Pat' nt, and known by giai lot thirty four, and hounded as follows : he pnr.ineatH s'akc and heap of sionfs ncara beech tree, mark'l 'V'o. 34 and 37 i being the northeast cnrn' roi 'lot tliirty sevi - n ; thence along the north bound thereof outh eighty nine degree, wel one hundred nnd twenty r. iclit rhnins and ninety is links Io a beech tree marked No. 3.1 and 51 ; beifur the soo'litait crotr of lot f Mo. 33,) num her thirty three ; thence along the east hounds tUcreor, north three degrees, eusi eimy one rhait.s nml I went t links to a beech tree marked No. 31 and 34 ; Ihencc along (lie south hounds of lot (.Mo. J I) numiier thirty one, north eighty nine - degrees, east tbe distance ol one hundred and four Chains, to a stake nna nenp ni ii 'nei ; mence tdulh thirty Cve chain and twenty four links to a beech tree ntarUeJ No. 6 ; them e north eighty dine degrees, - ca.t twenty chain to the west bniHidu lot thirty fire j tln.n e alonjj the same tyiiih forty lourcliuin and binety u links to tbe tLc: of or ic nrii .c ; Kjiitainiug nine hundred and lortT uine acres and three fourths of an acre of land, with the appurtenances. And also, all I hat certain other lot. tract, or parcel of land, situa ted in the county of Di - laware, in the state c - f Ht.w Vorlc, in r.vai.r ratrnt, and known hy " Rat lot thirty seven, and is bounded as follow I Beginning at a hemlock tree marked So. 37 and 40 being tbu northeast corner of lot No (4(1) number forty ! thence al'Mis the north bonnd thereof, south, eighty nine degrees, west one hundred and thirty - four chains nnd ten links to a beech sapling tnnrked . 36 i: 27 ; tlwnte north three ile - re s, taut setenty eight rhams to a fleech tree Wi'n Uni ri.und it : Ihenrerin the south hound oi lot 'hirty lour nuta lin'ity niiie decri1'', east one inmlred and tliirt chmnsto n Kirch tree m ii Unit llnr:y seven nnd thirty - eight l thence nn tht. west l unds ol tot thirfy - it;l't, south seventy eight chtint to tt.e place oi heginning, containing om. thousand t - .tvl iw'itv - lir acres and one fo .rth oi an a re oi Imut with ihe tppurteuancet DUd, DecenitK - r i, .817. JAMES A. HAMILTON, Dec 3 lawt&dts Matter in Chancery. (ty The sale of the above pro;rty is p'Htprw nad l tie eighteenth day of February ncit at the tame hour and place. Usted Jan. 7, If! IK. ' JAMES A. HAMILTON, "Jan 7 5awts Waster in Chancery. :The sale of the above property is potponed to the 12th djy of May next, at the same hour and place, llaltd ten. ri, unit. J AM Ed A. HAMILTON, fehl81awtdt Matter in Chancery, To the honora'de the juilgrt nnd asuiitat - t jusiicea o the court oi common plea in and for tbe county oi Ontnge THE petition of George D. Wickbum of the town of (ioshen, in the county of Orange, respectfully shewelh That your petitioner is sci'eii in lee nup;e as ten. - nl in common of one erjtial undivided moiety or half part of all that certain tract, piece or parcel of land, situate, ly ing ana Deing in the town oi vvarwick, in the county of Orange, known and dittinguithed as tot number two, in the subdivision ofgreat mnun tain lot number ibnrteen. in the patent ol Cheese. cocks, containing two Luiidird and sixteen acre of land, orlhtreabmits. And yr.nr petitioner further sheweth, that he is seized as aloresaid of one equal undivided moiety or half part of all that certain odier lot, tract, piece or parcel of land, situate, hying and being in the said town of War - Wick, And known and distinguished as lot number three, in tbe said subdivision of great mounttin lot number fourteen, in thesaid patent ol Cheese. coelis, containing two hundred and thirty acrr of land or t!erealxut. And your petitioner further sheweth. that some person or person, to j"i iruuiHier uniinown, or are teizea more - ftid, oi the lemiiiningeuual undivided moiety or uiui pan oi ewenoi uie anove - nl'Otioned and de - tcri' ed lot, piece s or parcels of I ind. And your R. - umiirr nniiier snewein, tliat he is desirous to have partition ma.iei,f the aloresaid lauds tenements and hrrrrlitaments, between your ietilion - er nd the iaid pers'o or persons unknown as a - foresii,), arcorline to the several and retpeetiie rihts of the teveral parties aforetaul, of, in, and tothetame. Wherelore your petitioner prays, that all and singular, (lie said lands, tene.oen's sVi.l hereditament, together with fie nKhls, memler, p'ivi'ege and appurlenancss ther. unto belonging or in any wise appertaining, may De livid, d ly commit'ioners, to lie appointed iy Ibis bonoralile court, in pursuance ci Ihe nro yisiiosof tlie act entitled an act for the partition h i iikii nc yniirpeiiiioner snail ever pr - v. r - I ... I . i . j i - . 1 . - i.a.cii mi? aiiin uav o; reoruary, one Uiou and tybt hundred nnd eighteen CJEOIlliE D UICKHAM. John and Alex'r Duer, Atl'ies Be pleased to take notice Oi.it a petition, r. Wtich tht above is a copy, will he present el to the judges and asist.mt jus'icea of th Ciurt of eonunon rleas in and lor the onniy of Orange, et Uie court Iv - tte in Joben, on tne iai vionday or aiay next, at ten o'cloc k. nine lorcno - w .i that day, or as soon there after as rminel c: n r - e heard And an an pJn ttion w ill thereupon he made to the nd court n r 'lie appninimnt oi rommtMioner, to mike partition of tbe Und. tenement and hr redila - m - t abote drM'rihcd, with Ihe appitrenanccs. according to the prayer of the said petition, and in r ursqanct f tbe ait entitled nn act for the psrtiiKwi of lands. Dated 6lh Febroary, 1818. We are, Bzc. JNO. ALEX. DUER, Atl'ies for the above named petitioner. . 1 i trw. - rr,T nr pc'in unkt.iwn. in'eretto.! in t;.e .iove described ian'!s orwhomneveTie ti ouj concern. feb 141aw UM in My 1 "rt VALVAELE STAD FOR A COUti - : : TRY iTOKE. , visit subscribers offer for sale, th Dwelling House,. Store House and Lot of Land, formerly occupied by Wm Voorbei, deceased t tittated in vihippaay, Morris County, (N. J.) on tbe turnpike , road direct from Newark to Mount Pleasant, 4 miles from Morristown tod 13 frani Newark. The house is built of the best male - rials, nearly new, and well finished - The store - hoase it large, and was occupied bf the former owner as a store, in which much business was done - Tha lot contains about one acre, embra - rinr a a - ood earden. and pasture. There is also on the premises a new barn, and a well of water Sandy at the door i ne aoove tiiuauon con - lidered Terr elirible lor t country merchant (here btine ia the peiKhbourhood two paper mills, two grist mills, and one cotton factory, or would suit lor almost any Kinuoi mecnauicai uu sioess The terms of sale will be made accom fnodalinsr. For Darticular. innuire ol Silas Tut' tie, near the prauiises, William Tuttle, Newark, or COLLINS HANNAY, mh 2 6t No. 530 Pearl - street. rffl TO LET or LEA.VE, sTUJ From the first of May next, the House anil Land belonging to the estate ol iry L.udlow, deceased, snuaiea bi ditoujii, mm in nn hunHrri vnrrls of the steam - boat Ferry. - The house i Kill adapted for a private family, or for the pnrpote of a public house. The wtua tion. from ii fivated Dosition. commands t ve r beautiful view of the city, the East River and bay of New - York. The ground (containing between 4 and & acres; are in a good state ol eul tivatinn ; the houte and out huuiet in good re pair. Fortennisapplv to GEO. W. MORTON, Alt'jr at Law, mhSlw No. 59 William street. lOLh'f. From the first of May nxt, the three sto ry irick house. No. 310 Br.jt.dway to lie put in complete repair, painted, papered, iic. Rent 12ti0 and taxes with "tallies, coach - bouse, Sc I30 nnd the taxes. Anjily at Hudson's Intclli gen e Office. mh 2 2w NUIICE. A LL pertoos indebted to the estate of Ruggles SM. Hubbard, esquire, late ihenn ol the city and county of New - York, ai ihtnff, are requested to mako payment to James L. Bell, etquire, present sheriff of the city and county of ew - York, on or tciore the nri uay oi way next or after that period the bills remaining unpaid will be put in suit. CATHERINE HUBBARD, Feb 1 1 2awtl Mar AdministratriT. W A.MED, VM AN and hi WIFE, (who have no children) to take charge of a farm, a few miles from ihe city. The man must understand the management ol a farm and kitchen garden. The woman Io attend a small d liry and do the washing of the I'amilv. As the best recommendations will he required, it is requested no applications may be made, unless such can be produced. Apply at feb 26 lilt .Xo. 2 - 13 Aater - street. TH1VTE LODG1VG. A inele eentle X man can be accommodated, wi'h one or two ronma, after the first of May next, with or without board, the room rumished or not, in acenteeland small family, the house is neat and pleasant, anil in a healthy part of the city. about ten minutes walk fr'im Wa.l - ;'eet. For fun her information inquire at no. 126 Broadway. feb 33 HI A M ED a siluatiou in a aciiool r pu vaie family, a female of respectabili ty, who ha been accustomed to le.it Ij writing, arithmetic, geography, tic. Any lady In wnntol uch a person, will find the advertiser worthy cf notice, havine been in the aoove capacity in Enlund, and c:n produce latisfactory referen - :rt t or further particulars enquire oi the priu - ter f this paper. feb 31 By aulliorttj of the - ulet c A'tic - Jfriry and JVtr - 1'orfc. 'IHF. MILFORD it OWEGO ROAD LOT - 1 TEltV, for Incihlatins the intercourse tie - teen the weMtrn parts of the State ol Aew - work tnd the City ol Aew - 1 oik, throueb tbe Statet of I'cnnsylvania an I New - Jersey. ftMiL.we.. 1 prize ol 70,00i) DOLLARS 1 D6.4HJ0 DOLLARS S 10,00 DOLLARS 2 5,0.0 DOLLARS 10 1,000 DiiLLAHS 30 600 DO .LAR3 140 100 DOLLARS 3 WO 30 DOLLARS 33IIS Prizes not (wo Blank to a Prize 10,0i0 Ticket Part ol the frizes will be determined a follow : First 1000 Blank. Thirty Dollars each. First drawn No. lit day, will bo entitled to 5,00f do 2d do 5011 do 3J do lOtlO do 4th do 50M do 5th do 5000 do 6th do 500 do 7th do 10000 do 8th do 500 do 9th do 1000 do 10th do 500 do 11th do 350011 do 1(h do 500 do 13th do 1000 do 14th do 500 do 15th do 70000 do 16th do 500 do 17th do 1000 do 18th do 500 do 19th do 1000 do 10th do 500 Tlill Inffrv will rnrnfflanfa ti ra Wrv e 4l.B citr of Jeriey, on the first Tup id ay in May ntit, and will be completed in tw nty (Imwinw. The ?) :u h. :a . i n i. VL t itrn swtit sr - jrain a me vuit'ii Daiiii, in me city of w York, ixty day after the drawing win dc Duiftoed, lunject io a deduction of 1 i per CHAS. KI3EY,) I) STUART, Commitsioner J0. LINN. S Ticket 30 dollars earh. Adventurer and Dealers ran be supplied on ppucniion in 13 Art 1 w. iHiDh.ll, Jan SO eodtf 4ft Wall - street FOR SALK. A case of.very superior l's - toli, hair trigger, made bv Hcckwith, innon. iume nun wun awora Dayonet. Also, two dozen malienny Chair frames. newist London patterns, to be seen at LAW & BUTLER, fob 12 127 firoaduav. i"EEDL.!s BV RETAIL. T 'HE subscriber, in addition to his formerex tensive variety, has luct opened nn n - sort ment of Meedles, of a superior quality, which he h - nsjust received from an eminent Needle Mnnu - f irluref in Fjiglanrl, on term which enables him to warrant them to bis customers, consisting of uperfine gold eyed needle 1 Imperial queeos' Blinrps I Imperi l lilver eyed letwceo assorted from lmi ml silver eyed blunts J .No. 1 to 12. liu erial l rni r ami ! Mai kinsie's s:ddler1 blunts J .No pnins will he spared hy Ihe ubfcriber t Keep ai an limes a romulete an assortment oi the ahoe articles as any in the city, and hi - cus - "inen oi.it re stfced thai none hut heat nee tie.t will l e kept bv him. Also, an ass - rtmrni of rich i Utps for ridit nle. - N. SMITH rRE.TISS. Surrcesrr l Mr. N. iruith. At bis whole - ale ao'l rrt:.i! periuin:? manufactory, sign of the Golden Row, .No. Ui) Broad wa? fel,2 tf . HDM HOldmal'tr. Y OH ROY, a .Novel, by tbe celebrated au - JL thor of Waverlv. tiuv Man - .ern. Tales ol my landlord, and Ti e tni(juar. 2 vo'.s price SI "3, just ree'd and fur sale bv W. It t.lLLKY, feb 27 St 92 it oadwav. iO puncheon bi - h proof old Jauiaic Rum. will be landed this d i from lonp Knickerbocker, fron Bermuda, erut ide of Prck - slip, anil fe. - a!ehy TUCKER ii LAL'HIF.b, Feb Si J.0. 29 South - st. a:' FOR BALE, A Hotue with two and a quarter teres of ground, pleasantly situated on the Heightbt at Kip Uay, formerly the residence of Cornelius Kip. The house it two stories high with an elevated stone basement, was built by Mr. Kip for bis own use, is in good, repair, and commands a fine view of the sound and surrounding country. The ground it laid out in a handsome garden spot and two pasture lots. There is a good stable and coach house, and t pump of excellent water near the house.. An indisputable title will be given, and terms made known on application at No. 45 Wall - st. feb 2) tOt f Olt SALE. A convenient 2 - story brick front HOUSE and LOT, No. 29 Ann - street. On tbe premises there is also a comfortabla 1 tk buildin;, with 3 rooms having fire - places, and 2 other apartment ; and in the rear of the whole, is a carpenter's shop, about 50 feet In length. 'I his lot, which is '28 feet t inch in width, and 1f!0 feel in depth, would be very suitable for a manufacturer, a carpenter, a livery - stable keejwr, or any business thai requires a good deal of room. For terms, apply at No. 17 Burling - slip. Feb 27 tf Ht.itlUt.ACL at GRKMHICH. To he let. the house and ground fronting on Greenwich Lane, belonging Io ihe estate of the late Saoiuel Itlimgan, and at present occupied bv Mr. David Ely. For particular enquire or JOHN M'KEE, lumber merchant, foot of N. Moore - street, or of T. 1'RINtiLE, in the Bank of Aew - York. feh28tf flHK PHOOF &TUH&. To let and possesion first of May next, the four story fireproof store, Jin. 34 touth - st, between Coentie and Old dips. Enquire of the subscriber, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber - street. feh9tf S. D CRAIG. JO LK.HSK, foru trrm o years, The house and lot No. 20 Cedar street, containing six rooms with fire places, besides the kitchen, pantries, vault. &c. and a well oi gooa wnter. Foriale, the unexpired term, eleven years, of the lot No. 69 Murray street, in the occupation of William fallen. in, on lease from the Episcopal Church du ft - Esprit. Inquire of J. W. W. C. MULLIGAN, feb 25 dtf No. 44 I'ine - .treet. IO LKT, The (tore No. 20 Wale - street. Apply store. fehl9tl' M (J 8 1 C. 4 LL the Songs. Duetts, as sung by Mr rhi le a hpps at the .ew - Vork theatre, lor sale al wm. ijuuui - v rianorortv aud Music Store, No. 126 Bsoadway. Behold in his soft expressive face Tho' love is warm av hile 'Ti but fancy's sketch Is there a heart that never lov'd In vain mav that hosom lost quite deplore My early day what jo was thine Love's young dream Tins blooming rose at early dawa Jlnhin Adair Beautiful .Maid ' Let ame sound the trumpet Had 1 a heart Evtletn's Bower i Dear maid I love thee Ah sure - i pain wns never een H.iida 'mile to n tear Sieh not for love My heart with love i beab'ne Tin: celebrated serenade of" Lillacome dwr Bird Duett Itome" i.i , r mm vreain. With a la - ge assortment of new music dec 21 .EV HOoKS RECENTLY put li.hcdand lor lale by KIRK il ME Ki 'KIN. 22 Wall - street, a narik.liv. - oi the Pre'itleiit'i Tour, made during the summer oi iku, tiirjiign tin n rth eastern aod southwestern department of ti t union, &c Ac. ; Lord imnersrs Lronaasv to China . the Alemoir ol Claudius Durham i ; Mamleviile, a novel, by Wm. Godwin ; Letters from the Cape of Good Hope, being a reply to Dr. Warden1 letter ; Knight of bt John, hy Miss Porter : Binglry's Ueful Knowledee ; Coxe on Fruit Trees, with 200 engravings ; Purity of Heart, or woman a sneMiouiu be, a uovel, hy an old wile ol twenty years. leu o NEW .MUSIC. IUST pultliihed hy WM. DUBOIS, at his J jnano forto and music store, No. 126 Broad' 3V. Br?ham'i relebrntcd Polacca. arranged a a Rondo, hy Sleibelt Favorite Venetian Air, arranged a a rondo, by l.atour Paddy O'Carrnll. with variation for the piano lone, oy r. ft. moran. SOMGS. O softly sleep my Baby Boy The Lat Token, or remember me. Also, all Mr. Phil inns' Soon to be bad a a bove. feb 17 W IIEa I ON'S ITCH OINTMENT. 'IMIE loiig and successful use of this ointment X is a siinVient recommendation, a it has seen found to he a pleasant, safe and certain te medy for that disagreeable diteate in all it ita ;et. ii is lor saieiu the city or iMew - Tork, hy . A. tl W. R. Post. No 41 Williaoi - itreet: I. s I . Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. II. Schiefftlin t Co. No. 193 Pearl street j Lawrence U Keese, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hall 1 Bow - ne, 146 Pearl - street ; R. k L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street ; J M. Bradburst, 314 Pearl street ; John reword, No 4 r leteher - street ; Uurree & Poe, in Pearl - street; Ji'hn C. Morrison, 180 lireeowii'h - street; John P. Fisher, 106 Broadway ; Walter & Seaman, corner of Cbamber - st. and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in short it may he procured at most of the Drug Htoresin fhis.city Also in Philadelphia, of S. Withered k Sons ; George Harrell , North il Ro eera, and alm"t ad Hie druggist in the principal (own in the United Hales. I.IKF.WI3R, W II EATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the alne places. jan226m HUH KOY. KIRK St MERCEIN have iust received and put to press, Rub Hoy, a" novel, by the au - thorof Waverly, Guy Mannering, Tales of my Landlord, &c. Ac. feb 9 ROB ROY, COMPLETE, was pulli - hed this moraine; at the Literary Rooms, Broad - wav, by JAMES EA AT BURN & CO. Feb 27 ALPINE CO A P. (ty I'he subscribers offer the g nth men of this city their Alpine foip, which only needs atrial t. prove it excrlleui oualHies, in rendering ike operation (4 shaving easy , it is rosseed with many good and useful qualities ; it softens the beard, prevents chopping, and gives that eocj - rorl and pieavng sans - faetmn inhavins a not t ) fad to recommend it t' general use and to merit the approbation of a generous public. Tbe subsriim - rs do not wih to enter int.i a long detail ol tins saluatile sori, but I Ivy ubmit it to judge of genuine soaps. Jml received, an assortment of the r.ele' - rati il patent Pcoetraling Hair Brushes, fancy article, N. SMITH DAVIE? & CO. ISO Broadway, nearly opposite City hotel. U ho atwa v krep as cenerai and a good an as sortment ol article in tiieir bne at any store in tins city. li. rtease to observe thai all the articles made bv '. tiuilb Davie It Co. will have th"ir nn r ,n r'n'ln' if ' vpe ieb 7 12(10 NAkl. Pices blue nankins, of very supe rior ouaMv, entitled to uetentare, for sale at 77 Wa. - hioton - L Feb IS G. G. & S. HO WLAND. L, Jf "rte subscriber offers forsalst vtluatlt faim, 73 miles from New - York, lying? smJe south of Peugbkeepsie, on the post - road, ' within 14 of a mil ol tbe mill on the fall of Wappin - ger's - Creek, and ia tht neighborhood of several landings from which sloop sail weekly. . It contain 1 10 acre of level, fertile land, with a young orchard of grafted fruit, wood sufficient for fuel, and all in good fence. Tht hoase contains several rooms, has a good bam, and til in excellent repair, lit situation being on an elevated plain, render the place not only healthy, but presents from Ibe dwclbng.a delightful tnlaud prospect. Also, another lot of 40 acres, contiguous to the above, and bounded souUierly by the fall of Wappingcr' - Crcck. I lie land is fertile, in excellent fence, and of eay cultivation. What render this property valuable, is, that it may be made a place of celebrity. There is already e - rccted on Ihe falls a saw - mill of great capacity, a carding - mill, which enjoys the custom of the neighborhood, beside several other (cites for factories, unoccupied. The whole force ol the creek can be diverted with a little expence so as to drive a range of million a level plot of ground just below the falls, and accessible by an easy navigation j where factories of every description, with every facility of power and transportation can be constructed. Also, a flour - mill, of (he first class. The mill - house is large, with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated for C, with uew machinery for manufacturing wheat, &c. with an elevator for raifing grain from vessels into the upper loft of the mill. Connected with tbe mill is a large .More - house for storing wheat aud Hour. With the mill will bo sold 53 acres of excellent land, on which is situated five dwelling houses, a largo barn, hay houre, carriage house, corn crib, hovels, ic. a cooper's shop calculated for 20 bands. Two of the houses are new and well calculated for genteel families : They command a view or (he river, with a liesutilul intervale landscape formed by the meandering of the creek immediately in front. There aro few places hich associate so many accommodating qualifications for the merchant, mechanic or farmer. If not sold at private sale before Tuesday the 21st April, it will on that day be offered at auction. For terms, kc. apply to PETER MESIER, No. 25 Beaver - strcet. Feb20 ABRAHAM MESIER. JXJ LKTot LfislSK, A back building, No. 20 James - street containing two roonus 50 feet by 20; one i at present occupied by a society, the other ns a schoolroom. Possession lobe'given 1st of May next. Inquire feb 19 No. 29 James - (rect. OA HALE, Hati A house of livo stories, with piazia in froot,lin good repair ; containing about thirty four acres, situate on Throgs Neck, and near to the farm of Ahijah Hammond the land being highly improved, and containing a great variety of the best cherries, applet, pears and peaches, in great abundance and io full bearing the adjoining waters affording ample supplies of fish, shell and Kale, which at a small expence rnny le led from a creek to the upland, and detained in a pond lor daily use a mackerel and bass li'heiy being also attached thereto, and where at one drausht of a small seine have been tnken mar keiel n int h sold the next day for one hundred and twenty dollars in point of prospect, health and profit this ite, is no where excei rted distance from New - York about lourteeo miles. ' Also, four lots of land near th? above two lying on the Sound, containing forty five acres and hounded nn two aides with water land ol an excellent quality, with an orchard of four hundred apple trees, including the best sorts for ta hie U'e s and for cyder, the Virginian crab, English haeloecrab, while ttyre,coccace?,fox wbelp and white sour, with eighty cherry trees the black tartarian recommended hy Forsyth lieing one. In front of these lot are taken bass, black fish, perch, inullelt, k ing fish, plaice, soles, mackerel, porgy, pike, smell, whiting, eel, and occa - tionafly sheephead and shad, with weak - fish and m.uihaildeu in vast abundance ; beds of oysters, superior in quality to any marketed in the city, lie very near their shores, with crab and clams, whilst the adjoining bay and creek in the winter season abound in black duck and broad bills, nnd some time are seen the canvass back and wild geese the land affording woodcock, avail and snipe. The situation cannot fail to please in every respect ; and tbe land may always be kept in high order, at a trifling expense byedgeand sau uieaaow attached thereto, and tea weed dri ven on us snores. Also, two oilier lots, one containing fen ahd the other blteen acres. Theelot command an e?x tensive view of land nnd water; are altogether iimioie tor smau rural retreat; ton oi the lt quality; and contain about one hundred and fiity cnerry ireci, neiisons, and lour hundred apple trees, most approved for table and cyder, all io full bearing , and to each of the lot will be at tached five acre of salt meadow if wanted. Also slot, contninins Gftv three acres s about eight io wood. This lot is about fourteen mile from the city, and one from the church of the town of W eitrhcster. If the above nronertv is not disposed of before Wednesday, 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, 4i accommodating terms a to payments, in both case. For further information, at .ply to FREDERICK DE PEYSTER. i.sq.rno. 24 rsroaa stretl. or near the premises. to the subscriber, tebZ4(Apl PHIL.IP I. LIVINGSTON - HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Two 2 - storv brick houses and lots, situa ted Not. 37 & 39 Vesey - street. A ho, S house and lot No. 11 Bowery, near Chatham - sotTve, 44 feet front by 125 deep. All on accommodatix term. For particulars ap ply at No. 332 Greciyyicb - st. jan 15 tf FOR SALE, lor a term of years, a healthy, active and very capable negro wench - will be disposed of cheap, as it is her own de sire Enquire at No. 23 North Moore - itrcct, Feb 2 tf NOTICE. A LL persons indebted to the estate of Mr. . GEORGE CLEMEN, deceased, flate baker.No. 28 White - street) are requested to make immediate payment s and those havine de mand against said estate will please to present inem, duly authenticated, to Mr. UAILL LflS Lfc. Y, at his porter house, 307 Broadway. aiaki LLUlt.t, executrix. feb 19 2w BUSBY'S PATENT VAVIGABI.K RAFT BOATS, ARO FLOATING Tint MILL. H'HE Navigable R;ift - Roat is shaped like the I common horse - buat ; is formed of a caains of squared pine timber, pitched and filled in solid with round logs, uu - lrij - ped of bark ; the whole fixed tog' - tlier with live - onk pint, and in n Lolts at the ans'es. It is propelled by a water wheel. with vprighl buckrtt, oprrnliiig irtfiin a ptifer oi raenrav, as in mills. Thecot is ime fourth .irihntoionnnarv Inirse - DoaU, includiru; all thei ins. mncrjr. i in re ip h sreai luriiH e oi ueCK. which my le covered with frame work, to i - ceit e passengers and fri ighl; and only half the nnmher ofhore nserl on hoard boat of equal dimi nsirns, are necessary toenrry this rapidly through tbe water. The Navicable Rafl - Roat is instantaneously transformed into a powcrfull ti ! mill, by ast - ing anchnr, and affixing a movealde bnpper - nouth or flare, to each e:nd cf the raceway, and may le profitably employed in that capacity, when not in use a a convey ance. p. rsons di si'ous of nsl.tptin this invent'un, which is peculiarly C"l to all the American waters, are invited to view a model, al Ihe. olSre o: C A. BUSBY, Archir t and Engineer, 2 Law Buildings, Nass.iu - slrert, Neir.York. P S A Navigable Raft Bnat. may be built c - .mplete in a montli, irK Ju - lin; all the machine ry . IfJ - Tbe editor of th - Bo.lon Palladium. Albany Auus, Philadelphia Fro man's Journal and IVrnocratic Press, Baltimore (iaxette, Charle - (n Courier, and Kichm wd Enquirer, are re - ;n. - ited t iisrrt de aiiote Iwire a weli lor one month, ard forward their account to the ailv - rti - " feb 13tf post cpacb' Mt :W pnrtAttoin.i B WAT 01 ruWLES - nOCHi j , ( imrOKTAIlT TO PAStKWOKM. No coaection with the port chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, ASD OPPOSITION REVIVED. ANEW Line of Post Coache with eye ry convenience for passenger and baggage, on Springs TH ROUGH IN ONE DA Y. - h u il1 rt from the Coach of - J 117 "... - - ', fice, old No. 1 Courtland - treet, N. ork, every morning, bundaysesceptefl, at i - zpasioo - ti. - ., by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Prince - ion. Trenton nnd Bristol, and arrive at Philadel phia 7he same evening. : n . , .VTIMTC - 'POV ...lit J he steam uoai ne Mirvsinii tnrt iron. 'ew.York rverv nmrniiiiT (Sun days excepted) at 10 o'clock, in the Steam Boat AiRianta, irom me norm iie ui i;ic ii,.' - .j, Iwlge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia no.t liar tn ilinA Itr,;.irt Ciuiaa Mail Cnarh wilh S - linrd. with every convenience lor passengers ann naggage, J nil I 12 - 1. ...Ill .... Irrtn. on Springs. J Dais - ', f Hiail t.iucii win eiou uvui the coach office, old No. I Courtlundl - ttieel, New York, every day nt 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia mxt moruing at Co'clock. Ouly I. tkaati. tio - tsre. aHiiiittt A. For leatsinllit nbovenameH Linci, apply to TIlrQ 1L - I I I'l'L'l E?l 11 it Ka rxA oaf 1, - lsaKs.H I XlV'tJ. 111 1 A I A - - f SI - Coach, Stage and Steam Boat cflire, at the. old o. I Courtiniidl - tliect, ine secona omce irom Broadway, New - York; to ISAAC BROWN, ,o. 1 va asiniigion - siren; or io a. i.uwi IUCH fc CO. Nn 124 Broadwav. coruer of Ce l:ir.alrt Xaiw.Ynrlr. (CT - All goods and baggage at inc risic oi me Aient llisls t't Till i V I If. uniirx VUi'i aasua - - N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Coa tinei.t,by THOMAS AWHTFIELD. Jan 22 fi'. - T LHA1SE LINE, FOR PHILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Pasienger aod their baggage (through in one aayi win leave me rosisnaiseuiut e, iioorunii - way, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sun dav excepted1 nt half past 6 o'clock in the morn - in;, by way of Newark, and arrive the same day at Philadelphia. The M 1L PILOT, in opposition to (he Mail lonch, with (uperior accommodations lor I as sengers and their baggage, will leave the iume place every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P. M. will proceed be.lore theMail.nnd not subject f o the inconvenience of Hopping at the numerous t ostuttires nn the road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, and arrive some hours before the Mail at Philadel phia. tare 7 dallari. Aiigoout and oaggngc atuie ruque oi Uie owner. JOHN N.CUMMING, Newark. JOHN GULICK H SONS, P'inceton. STOCKTON ii HOWELL, Philadelphia. JV. B. Erprru$ initio any pari of th Inittd sinirs, pi i.. k Ah r n a - uu. renx4 U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD. ftV The public are assured that (hi line is equal to any in the U. & for the convenience and comfort ol the traveller. With the addition of the guard, the passenger may rest secure as to his baggage and (iersont.1 safety the coach never beini: left w lulsl changing at the post office, without a person on the box. The way rr.ail Is put in separate bag and changed in the Euro pean nyie. The U S. Mail Coarh will (tart from the cnacn office, old o. 1 Courtland - st.vet. New York every day at 2 o'clock P. M. and arrive at rnii iaeiptiia nextoioiring at o o'clock ; otilyb passengers admitted in (his conch. For seats apply to THOrf. WHITFIELD, at the old Coach and Stage Orlice, old No I, second oflite from Broadway in CourtlnntVC - strret, or to A. T. GOODRICH ii Co. Nn. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All goods aod baggage at the risk of the owner. J. LYON & SONS, Powle Hook. WILLIAM GULIC K U CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses teat to any part olthr Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. AOfyjVJ HT 1MB0.1T LWe.. Pyy THE proprietor with a avv 'f w "f accommodating the l' " 'UjJ public by extending the. line mtrn ' - i '" Norwic h, intend making the experiment with the Fulton, Capt. Law, and if found practicable, tht route will be continued during the season. The line will commence as toon as the wcathl er will permit, and continue during the season, a follows ; The Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - York, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 o'clock, A. M. The Fulton, Capt. Law, will leave Norwich at 6 o'clock, on the mornings of tbe same day, touch at New - London, and depart from thence for New - Haven, at 8 o'clock A. M. The boat will meet at New Haven, and depart from thence every Monday. Wednesday ard Friday, at 7 o'clock, P. M. The Connecticut, for New York, and the Fulton for New - London and Nor wicb. mh 2 WANTED. A white girl about 16 years of age, to attend on a lady and one child. One who can bring recommendation latisfactory at to her disposition, neatness, &r. may hear of a good and permanent place, by applying immediately at No. 64 Greenwicb - tt jan 23 TO FARMERS, fVy H E subscriber can furnish the farmers of M. the adjacent countrv with srmiiiwl Plori., of Paris in any quantity, on the shortest notice, in Barrels or oinerwisc. JOHN BYER3, Feb 23 tf Foot of Harrison - st. NR. IV il.. - l l K i - , .tU - ..,i. - i. Y ? comer of Ful'on - s'reef, New - York, bavin' received a large supplv of Ihe real J APAN BLACKING, of Day ti Martin, 97 H.sh Hoi - bom, Loudon, oflVs the same, in wholesale or retail, for exportation, or home consumption, on terms the most liberal aud advantageous (opur chasers. This inestimable rompvition, with bilfthe n - sual labor, produces a rao - t brilliant jet Mack fullv equal (o th lvehe j spB van.ih ; afford - perul; - r nourishment io Ibt leather ; it will no: oil Ihe nt lirton ; is prrfr t!v free frrm anv unplarant smell; aad will retain its viirucs i'n any climite. As an incontrovertible proof of lht fi - v - Ior exrrllenre cfthis .hrVin?, it has j - ooj the tel and rorormr.iltd the most extensive sal" in '! j.vtr of:hs. globe, Tornpwr.r.Vor hrlf x cen - ,ur7' ItblS Ifeisttii f tJL III M O X.sf , ;, i that diffeT J0V JJftn;Vuro?LtB" tv t repeat someontervatioi. tie abuse of MPPcno Ir" . . rash, indicfiniinate, and uni.i and are annually mercurialixed out of iii encc. The duease we have io view owe ii. t , - .i .s.i. . i,;a 4u:.. .. .r.7n its uu ,ui icmih v.uiritj uiiiwune VVhatan'i that a young man, the hope of Ms countrv J the darling of hw parents, should be snjtcliii) way from all the prospects and enjoyment, of iw"1 by the cnDte.quem.es pfone unguarded monies and by a disease not in tU own nature fatal ..J which onlv nroves sn from ne.rh. ". treatment." A gent lemar. flate De i?.?P' : ; ?. . ' ss MJXt ii' i,. tient) now perfectly heary and well, had hT , j ...... . pso - .m y, a,.av.sCy 9l and repeatedly tahvat. d ; when recommenJoH? Dr.H.(hy a gentleman of this city) wire carious, and his flesh dropping from uJr bis friends declared he could nol possibly uiri t tvo months longer. Thousands c - xperuBeiun know with what ease and safety Dr. H. tnS catcs tlie severest cages, and confirms the"erm. tution. The Doctor's plan (adverti.inK) cesary to guard tlie public against the arjuL .i mercury, and other fatal delusions, feld forth Persons, therefore, having contracted a vate disorder, or tusptcting latent poiioa admonished not to tamper with their coasiiil tion, or conceal the disorder, till past recot rjr ; others having tlie remain of an old cast or other inipuritic of the blood, as well a st5 er complaint of a delicate nature, in eilh ex. should remember posterity, and do iuitiei to their consciences, by making annj'caUo. Io Dr. II. at his ofd and respectable eitahl hshmenf, No. t4 Water - street, four house wmi of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt astiitanr. lone calculated to prevent ditrlosure. And her. let me claim your serious attenfion Rememhss a superficial cure i no cure at all ; unless then, sinensis radically done, you will certainly Inn Ihe disorder break out again wild redoubled m lignity, at some litture period ; pcrhapt then will be too late for remedy. Don't you often meet is! the trect miserable, mutilated beings, withnu! even a hit of nose on their face Take warmr - I beseech you. , Dr. H's. character for skill and fnbbea rnfn gn'y being universally known in thit city, rme 1C04, guarantee to patient that delicacy and ss - recy hitherto unknown, and having confirssd his practice for years past, exclusively to thecsreol disease, of tlie blood systttm, they may lafely calculate on the most decided advantage in cot - ultlng Dr. II. Gleet eradicated in tws or three weeks Stricture removed withou" bougie or any otb. er instrument ; and all dcbihuV s likewise tU old ulcerations, fistula's iit. A plurality ol'offices are prorided, and so lilt, ated that patient are not exposed toeacbotber'i observation. Open till half past 9 in Uie evenir.e All pcison concerned are invited to be free it i ailing, and speaking with Dr. II. which is fret of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid the expression of gratitude for innumerable recoas. mendafions, and forth decided preference (it it ,. . V, - J ' n mi ova ludicmu public. ' x - r , ii i . j . . i u. nil iciiers must oe potl paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 U TIOJV. ER. EVANS' .uperior . method of curing t certain Disease, isnownoiver - nllv a Lha I.. .1 i . city : hi mode of treatment ' - j.icviijt iniiej, aie ex. UNNlibous. and his charges 'rpasonable. In every ia - staDcc he warrants a curt. .inn win return the pay Ubt :7i Joe' not perform arreeablt lihio contrail. Hs.nw ' haj - .. i nr nmini actrrcy aisrayt Observed. Tticre are many perion in Uu citv and its . cinity, Inlioricg under v a: ions chronic distas - . such a cancers, old inveterate ulcers, scroiula or king evil, fistula, cfaseases of tbe urethra, bladder and kidnies, old complicated complaintt i' i a ccntun Hmuir, uiuuui ana oicer obstruo lion, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider inct." r. - .hlR. thev can certainlv be rurt r r....iv hy applyin at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, No. 9, Peck - slip, having practised in exWuirt hotpital in Europe 12 years, under some of tht first Surgeons and Phytician in the world, and made those obitinate disease hit constant stiidy for 30 veay. ( )t ' 3ZSSSSa ..Ol WH EATON I DA - l?W2 - - af Fancy Chair Manufac turers, .o. 153 Fulton - street, oppctite SL Pault Church, oiler for uie, wholeiale and retail, a large and elegant a - orrrcai ol Uurl.l Maple, plain painted and ornament ed in gold k bronxe, Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rocking, Sewing, and Conversation C?hnira. Hnfua. Hett!. Louneees, Music Stools, &c. Order from any part of the continent execated with oeatnev and Oispatch. Old Chair repaired, painted and oroameoud. oct 13 ft The subscriber harin? rerentftf retnrnsJ from England with an important improvement oa the artificial spring LEU, he takes this method nf infnrmina - hi. iY.t.iL aiwl Ik. .nkll. 4l,t all b ' - "'w u i.u ...w .uui fca. ... those who ate to unfortunate as to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by ap plyiug at No. 77 Barclay - ttreet, New - York. Jn zz svin. PUKt l. Kurt! auqi m j LEPS ITCH 0ATWAT, VTARRANTED an infallible remedy at one v f application, may be used with perfect safety on infanta a week old, not containing particle ol mcrcnry,or any dangerous iryjeuitni whatever, and not accompanied with that off. sivt smell which attends the application of other remedies. , - The above medicines art prepared and tokl st LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maidca - LansV and sold by S. CARLE, comer of Fulion t Water - streets. . , Dru;gists and country store - keepers sup.fViel on liberal terms. ' . Jan Vi9 A COUNTING ROOM TO LET. PLEASANT Counting Room on the lor l. floor ol the store No. 29 8ou(h - treet. AV ply at No. 29 South - street. feb 1 STREET MANURE. A Cjr - Sealed projiotals will be received at t Comptroiler't Office, City Hall, till Monday, March next, at 2 o'clock, for the street manure, tn conformity with thi Law' of the corporation, dividing tlie city into two districts. The P!?PJ sals wiil mention each district separately, ''"fT ior one: year, or two years front the 1st of Marcn to the 1st of January. w Also, sealed nrcposals will be received at hove mentioned, for the manure of the city. "5 street to be swept and cleaned by the conttac"". Each district to be divided into three division's Io be s v. ept rr.d the dirt removed one day w e'"3 ry week, imm the M of March to the 1st of Jsnu ary. t'orticidnr inforraatioa may be had a t;Uinptr.i:er'sQg - .ce. feb 19 " NEW - YORK: ,,. PRIXTED AX!) rUBL - D Michael nuh.ynA.vk co. yo. At riisi - tTsi:Ts tr SS33S r X

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