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. ., r - FOR .!, ; i ': a hops of two ttories. wehj m, ffiiiipa good repair i containing aumt uurty foot acre, itiiate Throe cK, and ntarto tbe farm of Abijuh HamuiwiJ U land being highly improved, and coutaiuing great variety fil best cherries, epptes, pear aa.1 , peicbe, in t - rear abundance and ia full bearing the ed - jomir.f water atforiliiTj - ample supplst of fish, shell and scale, which eta small espr - nre may bo :M from a creek toll iplaod, and detained ia pood Kir daily t mackerel and baa shier briii ; also attached thereto, and where a one draught f a - mall aciue i . bee tak mackerel which sold the.DOXt da for ooe handled and "twenty dollar - in paint of prospect, health and profit this siteis no inhere exceeded - - - distance from New - Yorft about fourteeumilet - , i - AUo,rour - l.)tflanrfncartlu above two ly - n .M iha. mt. it - iinr fortr - five acre. Hod Iweuded on two Mer wirt water land of II 1 1 1 1 . .... AffhaBA UMir niita flwd apple trees, loentiuaf me ii - wro iur i ' It art aad for cydesyltie Virginian ral, English ha - Joeerab, wUtety - e,coccfe,rox'wbeIp ndvbite soury with ei&hly cherry trees - ! black I - trta - ian teaoataiended by t orvftH Hem ns" la front " Ma art tRbewtarV'blaek A - b, perch, mlteHkmg fish, plaice, enks,mick - ere. Mfgyvauiief any mwnif , - , am. . - . iinn.1 II v aWnkhearf aael Shart.'Wifh tehk - fiih una 'HrfmhwMram vavt abo - vdauce a ledof ajrtei, - superior in qualify 19 puy.marktledta the city tit very near tficir thprfcf, with crabs and J.iss, ess abound - ft.' Mfjtk flncki end broad bill, an1 Mint ti - nesare teen the - canvas back - and .. wil - gtc"'tr - van, affording wood cor. k,q til art snips. JJK"ituatioaiBOt f - il toplease ia every respect ; and lite land may aJwey be kept in high order, At a trifling ripeote by aede and aalV mctdo w attached thereto, aad r weed dri - 'ven'onitsshore. . , ! - . a tt . . . t , . 1 : : ... . J 1 1. . AIK, IWO VUHT Uie CUnilJlltS Wl uiv other fifteen tirre.' . Thine Ion command aa ex - terxif Ttewrof land anJ water"! are altogrtliet . Bliklul Ja fn Bmatl MimI Mtiflta' BAlt rtf III IhMI therryireea beataorU,. and four hundred apple trrv mitt arvrovedor table and cyder, all in Uiu beirujc anu 10 eaca 01 imioia win Dew tartieA Uve acme of anit meadow if wanted. ' AJo a lotorit - iulrn fifty three acre about from the city. 'and om - 'rom the churxb of the loWrot Wealchcaterv ' If the above Drnnerrv it not diiimiMi of hefbi'wednetdT. the firtt of A. pril.atstk ike aatne 00 that day wilt t told tt aViHc auction, at the Tontine Coffee Home, at tvnlva o'clock,' cnaccommndatinir termt, aito patrnxnbs in both rate.' For farther intnrma - .j.a rnvni'Drcr im? icvctl - u fi"li iiif n r b vriivik l. Ibldltilii : . m & j 1 - .. . to theatihKriber. . V.i4(Apl PhlMM.LlVIXGSTOV - TO LET. 7 , From the 6mi Af.r next, the store no. 7i oouth - atreet For term, apply to L. LCPFKi.T, Jun. 23 William - etreeL fr. lO LILT r - . lLui" Ttom the tint of May nest, a front eount - ihsj roVni on the aecond floor, tngtthcr with the nijper lift. EnOTire No. ifi Petul atrect. jus 24 If 10 LET. L..d '. The new brick Store no, 62 Stnne - it. T. & J. SWORDS. FeU 14 TO LET, Tht thrae tory brfck. dwelling; 27 Nor - (lli - ktret Enquire of . - ', i , COX&JtfONTAUDEVERT, Teb 13 ' CO Wnll.it. I The two - stAry . brick (rout House and Lot No. 33 Cherry street For terms, &c. apply at PeaUatreet. ' :''. I . mar it Ht'll.DhWi Li.:TJLU.y.iliM.. . r.iti I or saie. Ii vaieanie lot on tne nnno - t comer of liudson and Lalsit - ttreets, 25 hr IUU leei, .wing Hie 01 11 10 raoii uesira - jie siibk lions m Hudson - street, looking dijectlx on (he ituare. And having a nut burn exposure. - - .',... 7" . - '. 4 ALSO, "A FARMof71brreson tha North or Hudion - K.. . . .... r if j 1 1 - River, in thftrrwn of ( irei - ntburgh, VVertrhester . coiiuty ,. about xu mnes irom tins city, now in ttie occup?linof 'Mr. George Miller, and rear the seal ol Wm. Entear, Eai. On the prnmioes are a servants' beiTrroros, lnrgecellar and cellar kitch en, milk room, avc. an old orchard, and one ol - Tbui'S apple trees, of tlie best (rralted fruit, 1 lanreoarn, Carriage house, fowl do. amnke do, corn ciit,, iherii, he. ' The house con.m;imls one' Of 'the Driest views on tit river, and is a very deajrahlc situation. 1'beie are two tandieji at .. ahorl di - tancea, from which boat pie reruiarlt' to; this city . If not told by the 1st of" April, will thou he reiitcd for the ensuins; year 1 he price and terras fur the above property will lie .made ' wo? IbJbe consideration of those inclined to pur chaie Apply to . F. HIVING, fcl13 4a - 4w. ' T23 read - street, MUNIRY SEAT KOll SALE. Tlie Fa: m known by the name of Caa lleilowurd Farm, liandaomely situated 1 1 - 2 miles from Vr'.nceton, bounded in front by the main nrnmke - roa - l fvom Philadcmhra tdNew York, and in the rear by Millstone Creek, it coiitiai HS acre - , 30 acres of ahicli is u ood - Uud, 20 acres lymg 3 miles from the fa' m, and a beautiful hit ef 10 acres within about 3u0 yar - 1 of tlie ri - ht wiii( - of the house. ' Hejidet omnmentul tree,' h contains a va. rietv of fruit tr es eone'rminirof erafieil Dears. , ofthe best .quulitj - , 17 dificrcnt kinds ; hei . nes. 10 uitferent kmrts, the most of them rraf ted and an orchard of the best apples, besides a yeunjr aad thrrvinir orchard of rah annles. , (be muting the eider so celebrated, also, one of sweet apple lor Uttuig hops. - - The house is pleasant uml commodious with antxeenent gui den, (Tie oul4wuscs and fences al. in food condiiton. The aboveisatlrlinht, ful siunrner or winter residence. For further particulars enquire at No. 1)7 Pearl - st, Nrw - tork, or to tlie subriber,' on the premises, who will give an - indisputable ti - le Tor the same. ;.( h z. muwi - uku. - TO IJiT, - - " The handsome three ilorv brick house, N. 150 Greeewich - ir - fet. next to the corner of lert;ahilt ttreef, Cnithed ia the tteat manner, 'and tlie lower room ceminaaica'e by fokiiog dxrs. It will be loaiid a ery convenient resi dence fr a respectal.te pma' fanul - . Apply to fETEfl bUlERMttUlOR At SONS, m - 543 Water - street.' - ' TO LET, The followine Houses, viz: Tlkefaonse No. 95 Johntreet 1'tee bouse No. 97 do The bouse and store No. 395 Pearl - street Tkeheeteand atom No. Ul Cherry - street i be bouse No. SO CourtlHnd - street. Anpl to Maw W. SHAW, febtl No. 5 Bowery. sT"! f . TO LKTor LE.mt:. kaAsd A.back heildine. No. SO James - street ct ujdiniog twa rooms 50 feet by 20; one it at prcsoAJ octiie4 Dy a socsrty, the nthr as a achoolroom. Possession; to be given 1st of Ma) nsai. . teouire . . - . . i - - kbit . ;:: - No. 99 James - street fT"! - tOH. Sjtl.F. OflTOI.EJXt. is J Lotsrnthe5.6. 8. andlOWards: manv ol .nich are oe regelated and pared streets. No . mowy wisp be required under.ten years, if old, rsuren cxcepira. . . . HOUSED Several two and three atory hposes, on which a great pari cr me mooey rrmsin on mortgage. LUl VO AT RED HOOK. An eicflhut stand for busmi, with ten acrr.s of sand, pteaunUf situated, with a wharf, tore - koete smd barn. COTTON sad WOOLEN MAMFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40rre - :f land, and a nevee fairing stream, wpnn which 20 u!t may be erected, with a lafacioocy of water for each. ' ,,1:1 no. y b - reemricb trtrt. .WUIl,, . in f ry f a I e7?lV4LVAELK STAXD fQRJ QDUK . 4Uutciber,otter for ttv juwemns Uuoae, store Howe and LotofUnd, foraaerly occuraedby5V" - Voui)fii, dect - ated i aitaaW VLi;4ny, Moma Cuuntr,,(tN. Ji) no the turopik ro.d direct 0on iVcwark to Mount I'li - aaant, milea (ro Moiriatowa and 13 from Newark. . The (iobm in botlt of the beat material; nearly tew, and well finiahed. ' The tore - houaa 1 larj;ek aod wat occupied by the former ovener at a atore,iu wl.tcU much, baatneaa waa oon ; The ktouUi;4 about ooe vrtt, erabra - cinjr a good garden, and paalute. 1 here - i alto oa the preuuar a new barn, aad a well of water handy at the door. The above aituation iicon - 'idecd.jverj eligible lor a .country antrcuaot, ;here Uing an - Ui neiRhbovrliood two paper nulla, two grirt mill, and oae cotton furtory, or woaid uit lor ahmoat ny kiodofmechaaicalba - tioea. . Xbe ttjrmaof (alewill be made nccom - (oodatias, ' For particalara, inquire ol bilaa Tut - Oc, near the prentiaea, Wiaiam Tuttle, ewark, or' , , COLLINS HAN NAY, mh?6t . .'. , . No. tJO Pearl - ftreet. 1 - TO LET or LKAA K, . From the flrat of "Maw next, the Houir and Land belonging to ,tbe ealate 01 inry .udlow,' deceaaid, aitoated at Brooklyn, with - . Hi one toiftdred yard of tlie ateam - hoatTeiry. iWhonte it well adapted for apriirate family, op for the portxwe of 'a public house. ' Tlie titua - (foo, from tt elevated poaition, command a aery beautiful Tie of the city, the Eaat River and bay of New - York. The (jrouul (containing between 4 and S acre) are to a good state of Cul - tiratin';'4ne booe and oat faoutet in good repair. For term, apply to , ' GEO. W. u5l(T0N, AttVatLaw, tohSfw ' I" : ' No. 69 VVilliam atreet. ' S3 From the first of May next, the three sto - ririck heme, ffV.'S70 Brva'dway to be put in complete repair, painted, papered, Vc Km.I IJ and taxts wiUinaiiltvooacu - Doo', sc. jlSuO and the taZtit. t Apply aljiljd - oa' Intelli gence Oflice. . mb 2 2w JtO LKT The store and cellar under the main building of the house No." 223 Pearl - street, and three story fire - proof store in the rear, now occupied by the subscriber; pofosiooo be gi - so on the 1st of May aext. Al - n, his stable and coach - house, situated 00 Gold - street, in the rear of his aibresaid premises, possession of which rrm be had immediately. renz u juh1 1. uluvlk. To Oe Lei, Ltottd, or Sold, The spacious A story brick HOUSE. No 129 Chamber - street, having1 every convenience for a large family, and a wt 11 of excel lent water in the yard. It proximity to Ikt Suxtart lottlv opened, rivea a view of Hudson - street from the rear of the house, and rrnders the situation airy ai d pleasant. For terms ap ply u JUU. II. JItKKAY fl SON, feb6 - 113 Pearl - street. m. TO J,LT. iu From the 1st of May next, the lower counting room 01 no. 54 south - street. , ALSO. The upper counting room. No. 71 South - it. Apply 10 jamius irwuLf , Jr. leb 13 57 Front - street LET, - il'rti And immediate possession given, the hi. use No. 0 Pearl - street, toeethrr with the rta ble and Coach House in the rear on BrioYe - it. The premises are in complete repair and have every convenience necessary lor the accomoto datum ot'a family. For particular applr to - or 28 I,. HKA DIMI. ""V JOLKl ji'l HI.OOMlM.JjLt, vaiall The house and trnur.ds brlonjinc to the estate of John bhaw, situated en theeielilh are Iiue. On the premises are an exrelli ni double house, stable, coach and ice houe, with evtr1 thing else rvuuitue for loch an establitTiment. It is pit turned any other ile - ciiprion is unnecessary,' as those inclined to rent will view the place. Also, the large lire proor store in the - rear of ouse 1 1 and 13 Pearl - street c w.Vre iht re is for sle some eld Madera Wine, by the Demij'.hn, L" r 1 1 1 : 1 . . - 4 vi lufiuvi 1MU in.uiai , l'Kij iu Jnn 29 11 Pearl - street. j - jfl HEAL Eai'ATlvFOit S iLE. 5rf Two 2 - storv brick houses and lots, situa ted No. 37 39 Vetey - street. Al - o, ahoufeand lotaNo. 11 Bowery, near Chalham - sqdare, 4 - t feet'front by 125 deep. All on aecommoiiaung term, r or parucuIAra ap ply at o. 332 Urcenwich - st.. ' jan 15 tf IO LET, The brick store No. 2 Gouverneur'i Luoe, next door to Water - street. It ha four ioors. hesiiet a larce cellar and rarret. posses sion may (probably) be had previous to the lit May, 11 required. 'Apply asjSHboutli - strwt,' 10 Vi rLitKEliN LiAIJKIr.S, rrft TO LET, sifial A larce convenie.Lt modern built bouse. ooacn house and improvements, (with or without an extensive kiitbtn Kanitn and ha jt Ml) in.m the first of May next 1 situatf.d on the corner ol the Frst Avenue and Fir't - reet,ear the corner of North and Alien streets,, and about one oiilr from the City Hall. The situation is eltvatcd and healthy, and in every re - pert suitable for a gentee - l lain.ly. On the prriniset is a well of most excellent water. Apply to Cornelius dubois, Feb If. . No 3fl Front street. . COVJYTLYU IWO.V To IA.T. A pltnftint and convenient Cour ne RoniuiM store No. S9 South - street, from 1st Vav next. Apply to TjUCKER & LAUUIES. Mi LET. House 18 Reed, next to the comer of Rnii street, very commodious for a boarding house or a large family, havinjr two cellar kitchens, four room on the first floor, five on the second, and tour on the third, all in good repair r particulars, apply to EZRA LUDLOW, feb 7 tf :i4 Braver - street. rUR SALE, (Or extharerd for property in this city) A neat country House in the vicinitv of Eli zabethtown, (N.J) beautifully situated on the Post - mail at pie - eni 111 the occupation on Doct. Grant. It contains eight rooms w ith 1 piazza in front and fcar.a cood kitchen, wash house, milk - ioonii and cellar; there is also, a coach - jiouse, stable fur two horses, and Other convenient out buildings, all in good repair, about an acre of land, Lid out in a handsome garden and orchard, which afford a variety of choice fruit, atparagus, &c and a well of ex cellent water, with a good pump. Terms will be made liberal. Apply to JACKSON & WOOLLEY, feb S3 ' ' . 75 Wall - street ' . EOll S.1LE, Thetwohou.es.No.43 aad 50 Broadway, to iw completely fiuiehed and dolivered on the 15th April next. Apply to JOHN SLID ELL & CO. Jan 59 tf No. 60 Broadway, TO LET; Two neal, new, 2 story brick front build uig, rituals in Allen - street, next to the ball - al ley. 1 hey are CruVb - d in handsome style with cistern in the yards, and every other convenience to render them pleasant and desirable tenement. Adjoining the ground on which the building iaud are several vacant lots which will also be let for a garden to the person or person who shall hire tbe houses. Apply to " ' JAMES KNOX, at the ball - alley ; or at bis house. 25 Orchard - street. r., o if OFFICE TO JJT. A. pleasantly situated and spacious Office. 331 Pearl trt, a few door above Peck - siin App - ta i ' . K C, W, DAVE5 PORT b CO. Feb J 35 Peck - rlip. a ' . ; r - :" - - v." FOR: SALE, V . ; - . A Ifoiue with two and auiturter acrei KrouiMl,p!caaant1y tituated on the I (eighth at Kipa ttayrfurmeriy the residence of Corns - liu Kip. .. The Mute U two atorie bigti with ati elevated atone basement, waa built by Mr. Kiplur his own use, is in good repair, and commands a Cne view of the sound and surrounding country. The ground ia laid out in handsome garden spot and two pasture lots. There is a good '.stable aad, coacli - beuie, and a pump of excellent water near the lie oae. An indisputable title will be given," and term made known on application t No. 45 WalUt. febSU tOt " - r OR SALE, . A convenient S - atory brick front HOUSE auU LOT, fio. SS Ana - treeL Osi the premise Ihsr is alto a comfortable back buildia;, with 3 room havin; fire - pUcea, and 2 other apartment; and in the rear of the whole,' i a car peoUr't (hop, aboot 50 feet ia length. Thi tot, which ii 28 feel 1 inch lu width, aodJfiO feet iu depth, would be very suitable tor aiuauufactur - er, a carpenter, a livery - atable kocperj or any buiineu that rnjuirea a good deal of room. For term, apply at ,o. )7 Bui ling - slip. rb7 tf Ut.SlDt.XUt. at GHKEAW1CH. To be let, the houK and. grounds frontint; on tireerlwich Lane," belcligipg to the estate of the late aamoel Milliguu, unifat present occu - pieu pi mr. iiaviu , For particulars enouire of JOHN M'KEE, lumber merchant, foot of N. Moore - street, or of T. PRINGLE, uldie Bank of New York. . renTHti . ... fiHK l'RUOt' To let and noaaestion first of May next, tbe saar story fireproof store, No. 34 Soeth - t. between UoenUe and uia sups. SMiou - re 01 ine subscriber, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber - street. leb 9 tf ' . a. 11 ciiAiit. TO LRJiHE. fur a term oirarr, . The house and lot No, 20 Cedur street, containing six rooms with lire places, besides the .. . 0 . 1. a k ' ll e , Kitchen, pantries, vauus. c. ana a wen 01 goou water. For sale, lite unexpired term, e!even years, of the lot No. by Murray - street, in the o:uiion of William Patterson, on lease from the Episcopal Church du SI. Esprit, inquire of J. W. & IV. iYlUILilUA, feb5dtf No. 44 l'ine - street. TO Lt.T, The store No. 20 Wall - street. Apply at the (tore. leb 19 tf and heueiu which be now lives in - Lau rens - ttrtct It is a pretty comfortable bouse for a tmall moderate family, having a stone kitchen and cellar, two rooms on each door and a bed chamber ia the garret. Across the rear of the house there is a pleasant piaia, built scarcely three year ago It has a neat little garden about 60 feet deep, and a small ttable, leading to which there is a gangway from tlie street Apply to A. U. Dull, No. 69 Washington - street. Feb2tf JAMES TILLARY rOR SALE, RiALrmirFRTi irr tbe city of mxw - iork rV A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. II iiiJi) Bowery STA BLE in the rear - together with the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and 115 leet on each side. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Vesey - ttreet ; and House and Lot P10 39 v escv - itreet. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1300 dollars. do and ' do for 750 do - do and do for 450 do On valuable property in the city of New - York The in'erest hat always been punctually paid. e or particulars muone - u we unite 01 ' - STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, dec 10 tf No. S7 Wall - street. lOllbALLOUTOLEAtE.' .On accommodating terms a number of vaier and budding lots, near ana adjoining the uavy - yard, at Brooklyn. - For parbcularv, eu - quireof w " SAMPF.lFVAN3, jan If 1 Brooklyn, tsiXiUH. IO Lt.T. The fire proof store No. t Gouverneur't Lane, (near Water street 1 is to let from 1st May in xt. It ha four stories, betides a large cellar and a very commodious garret, lieing detached from other builiiin:. there is no risk from fire Possession may probably be had, if required, before the 1st May. Apply, at 29 South street, to feh2 TUCKER 4 - LAURIE3. TO LET, From the lit May next, the three - itory liu.k house No. 18 CourUiiud - street, with or without the slabUin the rear A pi - y to I i J: & R. REN WICK, : Feb .. CO Washingtoo - tt. '. tloutc, stable, liardtn, &c. el UrttMtcuh, jfJ4 , TO LET. . - Uosti . Tbe subscriber will let r lease, for tciiM of years, hishcute at Greenwich. Il is pleasantly situated 011 the banks of the HudMio, nod calculated to accommodate a large family. For ttrms,apptytp . , - D1V1E BETHUNE, janju - , i waii - sireet, iOJi. S.1LE, The house and lotofgramd No. 18 Rote, street : the lot is 25 feet frout and rear, ami 100 feel deep : the house a brick front, aides and rear filled in with brick, and built in the most sub stantial manner. For furUierparticulars enquire - 1 . a L'l - U ll 1 L' febT9 3w No. 334 Broadway. STORAGE. Storage may be had on the first floor of the 'tore No. 29 South - street, which will save the exrat of hoisting.. dec 28 A VALUABLE FARM, FOR. SALE, in the town of Flohiog. Qjtens county, Ixig - I - land, eitualed on Bay - iidt;, 14 miles from New - York, oud2 I S from Flushing landing; fiont whence tiackct boats and sta;cs daily ply to and front New - York. SMd farm contains about 1 10 acre, 60 of whrh it wood land of various kinds of limber and tbril - ty growth, with two apple orchards, one old, the other not more than 20 year old, and con tains 250 grafted trees, all in full hearing and of the choicest kuuu ol Iruit and great variety ; thereabout 20 grafted pear trees, just in the prune of life, couusting in part of the choicest kinds of rergalues, St. Germain, and pound pears, and 8 or 10 Englieh cherry - trees, which are jutt beginning to bear. The remainder is soilabl; divided into lots of mowing, tillage and pasture, all enclosed in substantial fence and un der good improvement. The mansion house it 30 by 44 feet, built in modern style, of the best materials, ami finished throughout, with a good kitchen an l cellar, and is situated on an eminence, commanding an extentive view of the bay and adjacent country. The court - yard and garden contains a great variety of Iruit - trcrs and shrubbery, a - pa rajas beds, strawberries raspberries, nioselierrict, and currants in abundance. Attached is a larg barn, sheds, carriage house, crib, ben bouse, smoke house, and many other useful and convenient boildina, all new and in good repir. ' The premises belong to Charles Corti'Il, Esq. late or Flushing, deceaeL ami combines numerous advantages, of which it b drerned unnecessary to enter into a detail, as it a presumed no person will purchase without first viewing tlie premises. For particulars and terms which will be accommodating, apply to the suh - crihert, on the - premises, who will give inuuiiutaDie title to mem. ; ELIZABETH CORNELL, ', Ftecutrix. JOSHUA CORNWALL. . ! Executor. Bay - Side, Flushing, I Feb. 23, 1813. FeblS - lm" law nuiLmsns. Two offices ia Law Baiklinrs If o. 3, to be reeled. - Aitilynathe prvmite. fo JAMES A. HAMILTON, Eiq,or at No. 9 Broadway. leb 25dlf . i w r . Q VALUABLE FROFEB.T X, ' f, ' TLe subscriber offer for sale valuable Cusn. 73 miles from New - York. Ijinf7 aulei toutb of Pooghkaepwe, a the port - road, wrthia 1 - 4 of a mile of the milU oa the falls of VVappin - ger's - Creek, and in the neighborhood of sersial kuuliogs from, which sloop sail weeny. 11 contain llOacTesof Uvl.fcrtdland, wtthayoeDg orchard of grafted fruit, wood sulEcient for fuel, and all in good fence. - Tbe honse contains seve ral rooms, has a good barn, and ail m exceuent rep - ur. Its situation beiog on aa elevated plain, readers Ui place not only healthy, but presents from the dwelling a detu - atM inland prospect. Also, another lot of 40 acres, cobtitroous to the above, and bounded southerly by tbe falls of Wappioger's - Creek. 1 Tlie land ia fertile, in excel leu t fence, and of easy cultivation. , What renders this property valuable, is, that it may be made a place of celebrity. There is already e - rected ou the falls a saw - mill of great capacity, a cardins - mill, which enjoys the custom of the neighborhood, betides several other sciles for factories, unoccupied. The whole force of the creek can be diverted with a little expenceso as to drive a raae of mills on a level plot of ground just below tbe falls, and accessible by an easy navigation 1 where factories of every description, with every facility of power and traufportatioo can be couttructtd. Also, a floor - mill, ' of the first clan. The mill - hcuse is large, with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated for 6, with new machinery for manufacturing? wheat, &c. with an elevator for raisiu; gram from 'vessels Into the opper loft of tbe mill. Connected with the mill is a large store - house for storing: wheat and Hour. With the mill will be sold 53 acre of excellent laud, on which is tituated five dwelling houses, a 1ar?e barn, hay house, carriage honse, com crib', hovels, Ac. a cooper's shop calculated foi 20 hands. Two of tlie bouses are new and well calculated for genteel families : They command a view of the river, with a beautiful intervale landscape formed by the meandering of the creek immediately inlront. l'bere are few places which associate so many accommodating qualifications for tlie merchant, mechanic or farmer. If not told at private tale before Tuesday the 2 1st April, it will on that day be ottered at auc turn. For terms, &c. appay to PETER MESIER, No. 25 Beaver - street. Feb SO ' ABRAHAM MESIER. ' 7 O LET. From the first of May next, a three story brick house in Greenwich - street, between Liberty and Courtlandt - streets. inquire at 137 Oreenwicn - street. mil 3 tt FOJt SALE, A very profitable FARM, of 110 acres, two thirds under cultivation, the residue wood land, situate un the sea shore, a quarter of a mile oeiow the narrows, on tlie otaten Island side and a short ride from the steam boat ferry landing it gives a very extensive view of the bay and en virons ot New - York, within the Narrows, and of Sandy Hook and the ocean For prosiiect is equalled ny none. 1 ne title is unquestionable. 1 wo thirds ol the purchase money may remain secured upon me lana. Apply to a. v. u. r oun tain on trie premises, or to W. A. SEELY. 143 Greenwich - itreet. TO LET, a conveniett new 2 story house. adjoining tbe above, with a garden and about an acre 01 land. lor terms apply as above. mh 3 eodtf ' TO BE LET, From tlie 1st of May next, the house No. B f tnte - street Enquire at the premise. mh21w TO BE LET, And possestiun to be ; - ..ven immediately or vri the 1st May next, the elegant house No 43 w aii - street, cr asy part theieot, separately for offices or families. Enquire of ISRAEL FOOTE, ' ah 3 . No. 41 Wall street. fT Evti SALE ,1'f WfCiUA'. HiliJ By Messrs. BLEECKEK V BIB BY. at ;h Tohtine ti ffee House, on the 18th day of March, instant, at 12 oVlock, the house and lot of ground, tlie late residence of Doctor Archibald Bruce, deceived, situated at the corner 01 Gre - nwichand Liheriystrceti, with the office appertaining to it 111 Liheily - ttrrct. The bouse and oflice are in complete repair, and may be examined by persons dtsirous i f pirn basing, between the hours ol'tuelve ahdtwo, every day before the sale. Thirteen fhons and dollars of the purchr.se money may remain oh mortgage. For further particular apply at tbe auction room. mh 3 dts FRANCES BRUCE. VVHEATO.VS ITCH OINTMENT. rpHE long and successful nse of thi ointment JL 1 a tuifii ient recommendation, as it has been found to be a pleasant, safe arid certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its sta - 5es. it is lor tale in the city or ruew - rora, by . A. i T. It. Pott, No. 41 William - street; I. 41 J. Clark, No. 85 Maiden - Lane ; II. H SchietTelin & Co. No. 193 I'wl - Hrvet; Law rence & Keesa. No. 195 Tesrl - iUecl 1 Hall it Bowne, 146 Ptarl - treet ; II.' & L. Murray, 313 Pearl - street ; J.' M. tTradliursl, 314 Pearl - slreet ; jonnreoiord. No. 4 r lett her - ttreet ; UurVee ei Poe. in rearl - street 1 Jcbn C JMorriron, 188 Greenwich street ; John P. Fisher. 106 Broadway : Walteri Seaman, corner of Chamber - it. anil Broadway, and alto in Chatham - street ; and in' short it may lie procured at most of the Drag Store in this cily Also in Philadelphia, of b. Withcrell & Sons ; George Ifanell .North & Ro sers, and almost all the druggist ia the principal towns in the United States. LiKXwisr., WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may heliadattheahoveplnr.es. ' jan 22 6m Trail tportat ion to Pittsburgh, thrmgh the Hate of New - York. THE subscriber, who lis been engaged f r several years in forwarding merchandize to different parts of the United State, offer his services to the merchants and traders of the western states and territories, as agent to transport property of every decription from the ci.y of New - York to Pittsburgh in the state of Pennsylvania. Ooods shipped at New - York, onboard "ths wisthi us.'" of sloops fir Albany, can be delivered at Pittsburgh, it is believed, in a short a time, as by any other route yet uiscovered ; the price of transport tioii fur the whole distance never exceeding six dollars per cwt Proper care has been taken to select gentlemen of respectability as agents on the several routes communicating with the Allegany river; and where extraordinary ex ertions are required, a confidential person thoroughly acquainted with the country, will accompany the goods. All communications on this subject, post paid, will receive the earliest attention of the subscriber, who fur approved security will give a credit ef six month on a large proportion of the account. CM KLES S "IYTH. Albany, Mate of New - York, 2d February, 1313. Reference to Mers Satterlees & Co. and Messrs. L Ilyer.and II. Rankin, New - Voik. feb 7 Saw NEW MUSIC. IUST published hy WM. DUBOIS, at bis 9 piano forte and music ttore, No, 128 Broad - av. ' Brabam's celebrated Polacca, arranged at a Rondo, by Steihelt Favorite Veaetian Air, arranged as a roado, by l.atour . Pkddy O'Carroll, with variations for tbe piano lorte, oy x;. ta. nioran. SONGS. O softly skep my Baby Boy The Last Token, or remember me. Alto, all Mr. Philipps' Soogt to be bad a a hove. leb 17 LIA.STO MLKS. 22 case l - rntioes, twillel Parsnets, Satins and Pongees tor late at 67 8ctb street, by fct - CAMJlftiXtNG & PEAhSON. - fOST COJVCU LlSIi ioe PHILADELPHIA 1 WAT Ql JTOWIJia - pooa.. - UktrORTABT TO rUIUSBU. " No connection with the poet chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPP0 - , srnoN Ri - .vivfcu. i A NEW Line of Post Coaches witbevery ceo - for nasseneer and baceage, 00 Springs TH ROUGH IN ONE DAf. ; Tbe Post Coach will atart from the Coach or: fke, old No. 1 Courliatvl - street, N. York.even( inoriiliig, ounuaysewT:u, . v by way of Newark, New - Brunswick, Princeton, Trtntun td Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia tiie same evening. ..,a h Th Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, will start from New - York eiry inornim (Sundays excepted) at 10 o'clock, in tbe bleero Boat Aiaianta. irom ine norm sine ki un: i)a - ij lodge at Kiogiton, and arrive in Philadelphia next day to dme ... United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on springs. 1 batJ. o. man coacn win stars 111:01 the coach office, old No. 1 Coertlandt - stiet - t, New York, ever) - day at S o'crock, r. rn. ami nnive at Philadelphia next utoniiDg at 6 o'clock. Only 6 passengers admitted. " For seats in the above named Lines, apply to TlffiS. WHITFIELD, at the old estabUthed Coach, Stage and Steam Boat oflice, at (he old No. 1 Courtlandl - ttieet, the second omce irom Broadwav, New - York ; to ISAAC BROWN, No. I VVashingtou - street; or to A. T. GOOD RICH it CO. NV 124 Broadway, corner of Ce - dar - street. New - York. fj - 7 - AII goods and baggage at the risk 01 me owner. JUoLlM LlUii, bu.hu at u. N. C Expresses sent to any part of the Con tinent, by THOMAS WHITFIELD. rtmT CHAISE LINE. FOR PHILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Passtngers and their baggage (through in cne day) will leave the Post Chaise Office, 11 Broadway, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sunday excepted) at hall past 6 o'clock in the mom - mar, by way of Newark, and arrive the same day at Philadelphia. The MAIL PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior accommodations for Passengers and their baggage, will leave the tame place every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P. M. will proceed before llieMail.and not subject to tlie inconvenience of stopping at the numerous Post Offices on the road, but every accouimodution provided for the traveller, and arrive some hours before tlie Mail at Phiiadel - ohia. Fart 7 dollar!. fj - 7 - All good and boggags at the risque of the owner. JOHNN.CUMMINO. Newark. JOHN GUL1CK ti SONS, 1 mutton. STOCKTON it HOWELL, I'hiUdefphia. Jf. B. Ezprcuet sntf to anypart of the VruUi Stairs, ov I.. HAKr.rt. & l - u. rran U.S. MAIL,.C0ACI FOR PHILADELPHIA, with A UUARU (7 - The public are assured that thi line ir euujl to any ui tlie U. 6. for the cc - ovetwente and comfort 01 the traveller. With the addition 01 the guard, tbe passenger may rest secure as to his baggage nnd persona,! salety the coach ne ver being Mi w niiii changing at the pott ouices. without a person on the Iwx. i he way n.ail ts put in tepame bag knd changed in the European style. The U.S. Mail Covh will start from the coach cf ice, old No. 1 Couitlund - tt.eet, New York every day at t o'clock P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia neatmnming at 6 o'clock ; otily 6 passeeger admitted in this coach. For teats apply to TliOi. WHITFII.LD, at the old Coach and btae Office, oidNo I, second oilke from Broadway in Courtiodt - street, or to A. T. GOODRICH Al Co. No. 121 Broadway, corner of Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. All goods and baggage at tbe risk ef the owners. J. LYON & SONS, Ponies Hook. WILLIAM GULICK K CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses teat to any part ot the Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. TO FARM Eltd. T 1I1E subscriber can furnidi the farmers of the adjacsst country with ground Plaster ef Pari in any quantity, on the shortest notice, in barfsls or otherwise. JOHN DYERS, Feb 23 tf ' Foot of Harrisou - tt. N. R. i iM itOUkf.U, No. corner of Fulton - street, New - York, h'av - inar received a large tnpply of tbe real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day & Martin, 97 High Hoi - born, London, offers the same, in .wholesale er retail, for exportation, or home consumption, on terms the most liberal and advantageous to purchasers. ' ' ' 'This inestimable composition, with half the a - suallalor, produces a most brilliant jet black, fully equal to the highest japan varnish ; affords peculiar nourishment to the leaittef ; it will not oil the finest linen ; is perfctly.free from any unpleasant small; and wdl retain its virtue in any climate. As an incontrovertible proof of (he superior excellence Ol this biacamg, it ha vtood lb test and commanded the most extensive tale in all quarter of the globe, for upwards of half a century. Feb 16 WANTED a situation ia a school or pri - vate family, a female of respectability, who has beeu accustomed to leach writing, arithmetic, seogranhv. tic. Anv l:idv in want ol such a peryw, will fiud the advertiser worthy of oouce, navins; oeen in ir,e aimve capacity in England, and can produce satisfactory references. For further particulars enquire ol the p - rn - ter of this prr. 2 1 10 OLD JAMAICA RU.'d.. . pnncheous high proof old Jamaica Rum. will be landed this day from skwri Knickerbocker, from Bermuda, east side of Peck.slip, ami forale by TUCKER k LAUR1E8, Thi5 No. 9 Sootk - f. .. c. - .t. i1 E?S,13 - . WHKATON & DAVIS. No. l I 153 ulton - it. oppwite St. Paul's Church, offer for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant asaoMmeiit of " CurtM and birds eye map'e Chairs, wilh cane mented' C Prai0' 0r" Painted Chair, plaiq gilt aad err, amen ted, ia gold, and broru'd . , ' , C - sai - ersatioa, ?ewing, Rocking aad Children's Chairs and stoo.s cflTd pte r,,d LoungeeH Sof u 2$ TC' p,!,in. 811 d ornamented, ia a"ld and brra - s'fl, , - - I""9 "IT pat of tbe continent exerv ted with d.Dtc)u - ah 23 A slittift - pablir knpte bow to'dssfiskufc k ' ... ;, ' tweenthmgsthatditTeT. 'I" I I ,ui - uioer 01 cne fecultv al L - ' - .od.urgr.rytiiere.t&afe tvfo repeat wmeorrvatimd!: die abuse of MERtTJltY - f rain, icdisermunate, and uaoi toUeth.reoi;ba?r,p& ianil are snnnall' mni, n jl. . Jnoa, erne. The disease we have ia view owesii.?" tal resnltt chiefly to thi source. " What . Ihai a aAm - nsn Ik. u" Pity. the darling of hit" parents, shoold bciuSlT wny from all tbe prospecU and voyrnentsjL?i by the consequent es of one nnpiatded and by a disease hot in its own nature fatarS which only prove to from neglect or iari treatmeni." A tlemar, (late Lrf?1' lienl) now perCecliy hearty and iwlLhad hSl under physitiui of general practice, - ..7 and n - DratvrllvaahvaLiI ; tvbn 1rMrS Dr. H. (by a gontleman of thi citj)hili were canons, and hi flesh dropping froia r Ida friend declared he roukl not pobh7i,i5 know with what ease and safety Drv H iJ c.tes the severest case, and confirm fhe'e!' iMtiK. Thai Ucx - fnrJa 1.U.1 J....;.:"'lrfDh. cessary to guard the public against the irjus."!, mercury, and other fatal delusions, heJdforuT t t - . - ".uaL.!" a y..: vat disorder, or t - upeebng latent poitoa' V,. Bilnioniahrd rut In lamnaip jr,lK at...:.. . V ST HUU,VMwVW MHipi . w. viear;ctutia tioB, or conceal .tie disorder, till past.rtc.,L re nl K r. Kn vii, ir thai l.m.in, .f . " - F't mm DM7 fsaai or other impurities of the blood, uweUaiatk' er eomplamts of a delicate! nature, in JJIr sex. ahonld remember posJerity, and do iulijf. to their consciences, by making appihv to Dr.. H. at bis old and respectable eiiaiZ of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assiitaaee i. iuiic vaauiiHu w "ci l uiM.iu.uru. And bera let me claim your serious attention Ren - eaibsl a superficial cure is no cure at all; unless the bt sines i radically done, you will certainly ht?" the disorder break out again with Bouhlidal lignity. at ome future period perhaps thee will lie too late for remedy. Don't yoe oitea - i (lie street miserable, mutilated megs, witheat evea a bit of nose on their face f Take warnig I beseech you. - Dr. H's. character for skill and stubborn iW grity being universally known in Uiiaciiy, MMa 11104, guarantee to patients that delicacy amlt. rrir - liithertn unkiinwn - anrl hnnn.j t, practice foryears past, exclusively to theconai j:... ..tit,. M..i ...... i 1 , , " I system, they niayafelyca. decided advantages ,ui coa. culate on the most nltiiM Dr. II. Gleets eradicated in twe or three sretb,.. Stricture removed witiibui 1 - ongiea nr any auV er instrument ; and all debilities; likewise sil ' old ulcerations, aitula's tu. '' ' . ' - A plurality of office are prorided, and to ideated that patients are not exposed to each other observation. Open till half past 9 mth evening, - . All persons concerned are invited to be free 11 tailing, and sieaking with Dr. H. whrcfa is ire of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid the expression of gratitude for mnamcrable recora - mendatlont, and for the decided preferenre (it it presumed with just cause) long given him by judicious public. ' N. B. All letters,rqnt be port paid. : Dr. Buchanan. . .ivr Aug 27 lv MbUiiEH QC'.4t7tV.tir AOKjXtvTl - : TWA'. . . Ci K. EVANS' superi method of caring a certain Disease, isaoweaiver - sally aclmowleged inthri .y 1 numooe 101 treatment a penectry mild, aafe, tx - piditious, and hi chergts ireaaoaable. ia eterv mv stance he warranty a ewe, and will return ffw naviiLa m - ! ; Itocotfract tm ,reblt , r . 1 he strictest secrecy always observed. Iam .r. in... liairanaia ia lf, . ..J J a iici. "J 1 - - - wtj aany ua va ciaity, mborinj mnder various chronic diseuee, such a cancers, old inveterate ulcers, tcroial or kings evil, fistula, diseases of the. rotors - bladder and kidniet, old complicated couiphuah of a certain nature, bilious and other obstruct 1 . 1 r. Mlwk Ik.. 1 ..LI. iV.b . . A.inlv h. . . . .1 I L a genermif jMore, fit. hospitals in Europe 12 years, under tome of ths first Surgeon and Physicians in tbe world, aad marie those obstinate diseases his Constant fii - tw Op - WHEATON A DA - Vlb, Fancy Chair Msaufsc - tarers, No. laSFitltoo - strett, oppoeite St. Paul Churdu olTer for tale, wholesale trad retail, a large and elegant assortment of - Curld M(a, plain painted and oreannh ed in gold It hroase. Bamboo, PI am and GUt Balls, Kk - iog, Sewing, and .Coaverte - i tioo Chairs. Sofas. Settees. Loudgeet Music Stools, tc. . . i Orders from any part of tbe continenteMCaU yvith ueatnetaand dii.tch. Old Clfujrt repaired, painted and oraapaeattdt . oct 13 v ul tr The sebscriber having recently retnmfd from England with an important improvement pa tlie artificial spring LEG, be takes this methpd of informing bis friends and the public, that ail those who are to unfortunate as to be in wast of a leg, or arm, tbey can be accommodated, by applying at No. ,77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan 22 " WM. PUaVIS. 1 jfiftt fine u ii' iiTj' . LEE'S ITCH ULVTMEJfT, - ' , WARRANTED an infallible remedy at oa applicatioo, may be rsed with perfect safety on infant a week old, not coot sic 'if , particle ol mercury.or any dangeron ingredie' whatever, and not accompanied with Ibat of - live smell which alUnds the application of ow remedie. . 1 he above medicines are prepared and sold LEE'S Meuscioe Store, No. 46 MaidLaB and sold by S. CARLE, cornet of Fulton Water - streets. - - Druggists and country store - keeper st - pf" - . on liberal terms. ' ' ' Jan 21 . .... it. a : NOTICE. '.. ALL persons indebted to the estate of RoXT Hubbard, emuire. late iherUrof lb Qt and county of New - York, thenff, . qnt - leU' to make payuisnf to Jam quire, pr - ot 4brifl"f the city and couetT New York, on or before the first day ef W next or after that peried the mllsreraamargtat naidwill beput ins - sit. - ' ' ' I " : CATHERINE HUBBARry, Tbll ;2awtlMay . Admml - trjrrnt.j; PRIVATB LUlMalNGjs - A single - gsUo - , man can be accomi - wdatecLwitll ef two rooms, after the first of May nesrt, without board, the ftiraiihed or not,t a 0 - enreel and irni.ll f.nnlv: the bouse' nt Mid pleasant! and in a beal'thv part of the ejty,; toou( ten. minutes wik rrura it" - , For further inforrrution inquire, noi Broadway.: fct33 i 1 f I NEW.YORK: - .' I ' MICHAEL BuhnlJM . : . ' 1 v - ' So. 41 PrireTitT.( , - . t . t n viak tl SJ T SB . V 'tm. - JO i . i . I cv a vcic 1 ny appiyin iii.nm.w a wieuicaj 0. Peck - aim. bavine nrac(ia,l (. . . . . r . W Tm

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