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t : A - - n if I:; ',v .1 i 4 : t if.':,., v : '': 1 i . r. INSOLVENTS, ADVERTISING rFOH THE BENEFIT OFTHE ACT IN TW!j STATE. OMKB f BOM THE JUlABT Alans, TM ' - Xo.YatkBtfor Rkhmrd Riktr, Recorder. Wilbam Hamilton, April 14 - Rachel Wandell, Aprii 13 ' ' Abraham L, Scaler, April 29 v Ahnlta TbealL A mil 14 - ' ' Thomas Storey, April 28 ; Judson CeoDcld do ""James Morrell, April 16 John Brum, April II ' Jottmoi A. French, April SI JohnB. WUbor. Aoril 25 , Daniel Stanton do Benjamin Charlton, April 4 Pavton Gay, April 15 ' Wi.liam Eitr.u, jun April 11 ' Lewi Keel: r, April 4 ' Jeremiah Keeler, do lfeojiimui K. Prime, April 11 '' Sylvester Gilbert, Apt il 30 Jr.tt - pbKog era, March 84 .' William Vvilnoo, April 28 Valentine W. Weston April 88 Josiab Falconer, Marcb 21. , Jainet Towusend, March 23 - fbilip Jonai, April II ', Jobo T. Robinon, March 24 - Edward Leadbter, April 7 . John Whitt, Juo. March 31 Ao.ory Gam .ge, A.ril 4 . JoJ i1kiJvmJ, Marihstf Rirb.rd Field, do - ' N.ll Rnciett April 7 ' Geo. ice tshaier, Mafcb 17 , - Hooca Dodge. April 14 DamielTice, March 21 BcteertWkholt. March 28 " Killinm Urodie, March 14 Alfred rlode March 13 Jamea Porctll, April II , Andre U H.lit - J, Marcb S3 ' ' Alfred Hodgei, March 13 ' Jotl Tat, Apnllt) . ' Parley ilk - , March 25 ; John Vaientioe, April 4 John Ilenirithto, Aj)ril 4 Bt - njaniin H. Akin, April A Snnwel W'bittnc, March 17 Rwel K. Hamilton, March 31 . . ifftit tht Mayor. John Bott. March 14 Albany county - brfort Phd,p S. Pvker, Re - etrdtr, in Albany. ' Geoue Vlniim, jr. May 1 ' Dauiel Power, du btepliea 8 Mal.an, April 3 Batuuel r uiler, April 10 John btd.iril, and .aihaa JenhiM, March 28 , Abraham C. bltblon, April 3 Elijah II. Bnaiduian and Jededinb Burchard, JJarch 27 ' . . Abribam C. Sheldon, March 13 ' Reuben JVmpi.i., March 13 Maditm nunly'litori Pun Smith, JtritjvdKt m i'tlerboro'. ' "JoHDb Moffrf, April 25 - 8t'Hleti Mat'tiewion, of Bmilhfield, and Silat Cl.umi, Ap.iM. t,tn lioh omh, of BrookDeld, March 88 Job t'of ii ., April 4 , Dan - t i l.iton,ol Sullivan, April 4 LSaniwi Coon, ami Jacob W. Alanle, of Len - oC. Marcb t Jltary I, Walralh, ofSullivan, April 4 Outgo County - Hefure Joitjih White, first Judee in the tou - n of Cktrry VoUtii. Bei jamin 8liie, May 16 AUiPKiame V. Amaworth, and Arnold Whee - er, Ma:h 2. . Jamil North, March 18 Elijah P. O.tn.ttd, March 38 , Jaiuel Moith, Mun - h 18 Montgomery eowty llcfort Alexander Sheldon, rtriUvitire in Vhurlrttcn. William 8. Ware, William Uwu, and John irewixr, April n .... Peter I'ornue, uf Cannjotianc, March 1G. AVm. I.8abvr,nf Cuiihinl.arm, March 20 Bkintie.l Uoiin, of Br:nu.i!tiu, Manb 12 Ct'v V Tp'.ilifoi HClUunL. .uarcy,.Eiq. Henry Stiiiton, April 4 ,Aluanitr Mahnn, March 87 ' Jxiuea lidne, March 23 John Urann, Aj tit lb Janea V.m Mit, April 1 1 Uciyaiiiiii ioi:rt, iji i on kie, April 18. A!i'' riM M kl . - iit o! lii. i.i.i U4'., iMuiili 20 "lliiml' - 'H' I5ri U: I', iitm i't v'uiwUkm iiuniyjirlirtJothua Fomanfinl Judge in Lwmdata. Israel Tinrinnell, of Manliu", April 14 laid W illiau.1. oflMlly. April 7 Wutwmiah Millard, of SaJiu.a, March 80 Zehina Pmilb, of I uU, Alarcb 24 Jiaan W. Arerill, oi Salioa. Apnl J Kehemiah Mi.lard, of oo Marcb 17. Eerjaroin Uarlinw, Jr. ol Maniiot, - id John Swiot, ol Fabin, March 17 E.hrniiu Ron. March l 'tfelnh WoodivtT, .Munh31 Oliver C. Conplon, ol Saiina, Warch tl JoM - pli Landoii, f Man tilut.Marcu 21 - Oti U - .Mnri h24 x - ...vrn.mo,i r Matlma. March 13 fTuhtngton County BffoK'nllumy I. Htawh - . . nrrf, in tnlem. .Timothy U tley, oi V hite Creek, May I Jnnnthan Wlirat. o - re.wich, March 23 Simeon Cranclfll of Orvnnwirh, March U v Jnmca Welt..h Jla Kraw, of KinK.t.rjrT, March 12 William "ivmmii m . " Ctntsetlun,yB(fJrt Jo"n " Jon" J"' William iarmooin, oi vinrinsr, maau i Judty, in ijctreuer. F.Jiab Smith, of M tasia, May 6 tranrit Sini'h, Caledonia, April 18 . F.ne Stone. May 8 William Hull. May 0 Elliott llarruuit, April 17 Rnlney V nils wort b, of Sheldon, April 15 Unvid Williams. March 14 Si iocs Russell, March 24 Oliver Blake, of Untavia, April 8 li;lon Km. M.inh IS Atari .1 11. Hubbard, and Lewis C. Cock, VrchS:i Abel iKitter. of Bercen. March 27 Saratoga covUi liefort Sulnwn Child, first Judge, in lireenjuld. t'barlei Teck, April II J ubci Ccmtiock, ofbalway. May 8 - Timothy Knox, of Waterfoid, April 6 Kmanntl Lyon, ol Stillwater, April 9 Peter SsVrvis, May 5 Bamael tlleesoo, at GreenGeld, April 30 Ben i a aim Kennet. at do. April 3t George MCready, of Norihuniherland, Mch23 earouei nrisno, Mrrn zi Johsi M. Berry, of .Northumberland, April 87 Gilbert Oakley, and Daniel Brown, March 13 Josi ph E. Stardevnn, of Dranse do Mat C. Van den Bcrgh, of Watcrford, April Jolia W. Teller, of Northumberland, March 13 John Tuttl., March W it Am I). Martin. March S3 Columbia crunty - before J. D.Xemll, Hudson William t ell .vt, Alay 15 Erattus Williams, May 7 Ehjah Brown, jr. do Het.i.iahStcl, AprdS3 Will am Mrader.nl Canaan. M.vrh 13 C. Smith, April ID Incre ite Bcnmtt, ol Kioderbook, March 13 Charles Merrill, Man h 13 W ,n. Sintlh,ol Kinderhookj March 13 J:i .io s Moore, Vm - h 20 CAenongo county - Before OladuJi German, Esq. sn.YonrtcA. Jo)m TwitrKell, Maj 4 Oliver II. Phelit, April 27 Arthur N. Deuof, do John Bakr, ol' ll'iinbridge, April 11 J. - - 4. A In rton, April 1 1 Jastu Shattw k, April 17 Jtresnwh Bin'h im. cf titecne. Anril7 Steubenctunly - Before Tltvmas M'Burncy, first juagr, m faimea - t'm. A mo C. WtM, March 21 Onrv.'a county B firr A'mAan H'iUiams. UobrrtOraies, Jr.nf Pans Ap'il II Before jVomi S. Miller. J - coh Hovey, of Tr nton, April 13 Wendell B - vry, of Wfaiteslown. April 18 lleniy St me, of Bridgwater, Mutvb '.C Amot PiercA.U Steubm. Mirchl4 0mne anacyBesre JTiimn H. HTitie, Esq. si i vten. JohaG.Bartin, March 25 Dm M. 1Vrni'irrt. of Vflorromery. Men .Tbomet Carpenter, jr. March 14 Jrewu Cni, G" ' " tliah Cofin', March SI ' , ' ', Jefferson Couit...Btfore W.V. For. Beth Wimr, ol Champion, M 9 . , Augustus BWlfcett, April 15 ft Jobs Wright, Juo. Adam, March 28 David Utile, March 28 aj.i - - . - jBa Jeremiah Wioegeraod Tbismat Nelton, "" John M. Pbelpt, March . . - Thomas rattelf, of Rodman, Marrb .. i . at Shiran. Bfurgin Sioan, ofCarli.le, May 9. John8!. Moot, of Jifcraoo, ApiU 4 DtttVAeu CovHtf - Before Jal'" Email, odowfck Hopklna, of Rhiorkfck, and John g. Carer! ol foughkej - paie, pni JoiiA rJeadm, Ol irauw, Joteiib H. Ciwoingbam, ay 1 feter W, Barrlogtr, .March 14 (iardoer Cbace, of Hedbook, and Peter W. Bowrig - rr, March 14 mu Jot. crown, oi routnncetir, nianu Delau - art County, b'fore Itaat Ogden, Eiq. JloiweU fork, April 4. . yleter Fretton, of Koibury, May 4' Lewu Weed, April 4 MoariL. Pemb ll, April 4 Heujao Hawkins, ol Franklin, April 4 h'arren County hefort H'n. nobards. BAoiuel crane, jr. Aprils W'eilley P. Lake, of Chenter, March 38 John iri(on, of tjuernsbury, April 14 John Hail, Juo, ol l.uwrne, March 14 Willinm Mill, March 14 Herkimer County, before jVathan Smitlu John hvpnf, May 2 Suffolk County before T. Stront, Eiq Win. Tyler, of Brnokhaven, April 13 Frederick King, of fcoutholil, March 13 Chiitaqvt county, before Xettu CoWtirur, Rtq. Sulliran County, before li lham si . Thompton, r.tq. nt inonipton. Jamei Gorton, April 8 David Hanford, March 19 Seneta County lietorr J Knox, Eiq.atJuniui. Marihtii Lewu, April b traiMm County, hifw A Won Man, F.tq. Henry Bagley, of Fort Covington. April 18 Ontario County, before Judge fiidutUu. Joel A. Crane, May 7. hanc Davuon, of s'odna, April 7 Before JY. ti'. HovelL Esc. at Canandaizua. John (ireene, April 27 Jorinh Morehonte, March 83 Philip Putor, March 27 C'alrh Melvin, March 9 Jonah L). Simondi, March 11 Clinton County, before Pliny Jtaare, Esq. Shjrne Alien, of Plattihurg. April 30 TboDia M'Creerly, and John Wait, March 30 Cayuga County, before Judee Main. Charter. Rolinon, of Scipio, April 13 Tbomai Mitnuhan, of bcipio, April 9 iirinan iw;cr, marcn zu Nkh"la W elli. March 14 John Warwick and Win. Eaiton, of Aurcliut, iarcn i Corllandt County, before Judge Keep. John bn.ith, Jun. of Virgil, April 8 Henry Weaver, May 6 John Foot, ol I'ruhlt. - , March 20 JoMph Harrington, Jun. ol'Truiton, March 'I liemstlar.T county, b'fore Judge Matins. William BurKt - ia, of Pitlitown, April 11 St. Lawrence County, before judge Ford. Jee Streeler, of RoMie, April 11 Schenectady, before fi. Cleveland. Chnpinan Taler, April 15 JX) l.fl Al Bl.OuMlM.l'ALt:. The house and grounds brlonirinc to the eslati: oi Joim Miaw. situatcil on iheeulith ave ime. On i he premues nre an exrellen doable house, n unc, couch and ice House, wiih every liioj( tint ri'ipntile lor such on ckf uhlni.niriit. 1 is presum - )! any other description is un;iec.?sta r, as those im lint d to rent will view Ihtj place Al'o, 'hif larne fuc proof store in Inn renrol I,, ii't r 1 1 .Mul i J fi .iil - stitct ; mtf. there is foi a'.e in old Madera V ine. by the I'niiij' hu. further parln:ula:s, jj'piy A.V VI. HIMW. J ri 29 !. .! 're. ft HEAL KS I'A'I E FOlLJiAi. - - tTIiT .i.,, inHH nfltpei and loft, tttua - Ud Nor. 'J7 A 39 Vetey - strect. Also, hou and lot No. 11 Bowery, near Chathaai square, 44 feet ftMnt by 125 deep. All on accommodating; terms. For particulars np - oly at No. 332(ireeuwich - st. jan 15 tf iO LhT, The brick store No. 3 Gouverneur1s i.aue, next floor to water - sireei. it nas mur linn, netidet a Inrze cellar and rarret. Posses - sion m y (prohahly) tie had pn vious to the 1st .iny, It requireo. Anptv nsM - j poinn - streei. leb 1ft TUCkKKfc LAURH'.S, TO LET. 15iil A Inree convenient modern huilt house, co.o ii house and improvements, (with or without an exlei sive kitchen garden nnd dbck lot; iroin the lirat of May next ; situntrd on the corner nl the Frst Avenue and First - street, near the corner of North and Allen streets, and about one inue from the City Hall. The situation is elevated and healthy, and in every rtsiiect suitable fur a genteel family . On the premises it a well of most excellent water. App) n CORNELIUS DUBOIS, Feb 2 tf No :W Front - street J o be Let, Leased, or Sold. The Kpaciniis A story brick HOUSE, No 129 Chamber - street, having every conve nience lor a large tatniiy, and a wi II ol excel lent water in the vard. Itt proximity to the Square lately opened, rivet a view of Hudson trret from the rear of the house, and renders the tttuation airy and pleasant. For terms an ply to JOHN U. MURR AY il SON, feb6 113 Pearl - street. FOR SALF.. jyj (Or exchanged for properly in this rity A neat country House in the vicinity of Eli zabetbtovvn, (N. J.) beautifully M'.uated on tlie Post - road at pieent in the occupation of Doct. r,rant. It Contains eight rooms with piazza in fiont and rear, a good kitchen, wash house, milk - ioom, and ecllur ; there ia also, a coach - house, stable for two horses, and other convenient out buildings, all in good repair, about air acre of land, laid out in a handsome garden and orchard, which afford a variety of c I io ice fruit, axpirainix, kc and a welf of ex cetlenl water, with a good pump. Terms will be made liberal. Applv to JACKsON & WOOLLEY, feb 23 75 Wall - street TO LET, Two neat, new, 2 story brick front build, int., tituate in Allen - street, next to the ball - al ley. 1 hey are finished in handsome style with cisterns in the yards, aud every olher convenience Io render them pleasant and desirable t' - ne - cnts. Adjoiniug the ground on which the buildings itund are sevetal vacant lots which will alto be let fur a garden to tbe person or per sons who shall hire the houses. Apply to JAMES KNOX, At the ball - alley or at his bouse, 85 Orchard - street. Feb 0 tf OFFICE TO LET. A pleasantly situated and tpciout Office, Si fearl - itrett, a few doors above I eck - tbp Apply to R. & C. W. DAVENPORT k CO. Feb 12 35 Peck - slip. f ?fj. TO L E.1 S E. fur a term of years, The house aud lot No. 20 Cedar ttarrt, containing six roonit with fir place, besides Die kitchen, pantries, aulu. Ac and a well of good water. For tale, tbe unexpired term, eleven rcart, of , ' "'urray tirsei, in the occepation ol V illiara P.ittert.Ki, oa kite irom tbe t - pisco - pal Cbarch du ft. Ksprit. Inviireof , L.. J J. W. A W. C. MULLIGAN, Kb Sa dtf tio, 44 l'inc - staet. th a a er r t . . . ' foil 8ALC' A cTiiat 8 - tonr brick frost HOUSE and LOT, T Aoo - eireei. ;. vu " y u .1 - m ritnfartabla back baildiar. With 3 rooms baring fir t - places, and S other apart - omoUi and ia In rear of the whole, it carpenter's hop, about SO feet in length. I bis lot, Lfcirh it 28 feet I inch hi widlh. and 180 feet in depth, would be very suitable for manufacturer, carpenter, a livery - stable keeper, or any busmete that requires a food desd of room. For urms, apply at So. 17 Burluis - elip. . Feb 87 if HUSlUKfiCK at GHEtJM ICil. . To be let. the house aud erounds froutins on Greenwich Lane, beloncinf: to the estate of late Samuel Milligan, anoTat ; ;estBt occu niH h Mi. David Elv. For uarticulars enquire of JOHN M'KEE, lumner mercnaui, iooi m n. irioore - ireei,or oi T. I RI VuLt, u the Bank ol ISew - Iork. feblHtr tlKt PRuOF aT.tkt.. i.V To let and possession fintt of May neit. the lour story fire proof store, No. 34 touth - st. between Cotnties and Old - li(. Eoijuire of tht - tubscribcr, Mo. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber - street. (eh 911 b. U t;itAlti. TO Lh T. No. SO Wall - itreet. - Apply feb!9 tf Te store. The (ubacriber will leae or tell the lot and house in which he now livet in Lau - reuintrtel It it a pretty comfortable bouie for tmall moderate family, having a. ttona kitchen and cellar, two rooms on each floor and a bed chamber in the garret. Across the rear of the house there is a pleasant oiaia. built scarcely three years ago It bat a ctat little garden about 60 feet deep, and a small stable, leading to which mere is a gangway from the street Apply to u. uun. o. o waininron - ftreet. Feb 2 If JAMES TILLARY. I Oil &AL( AEAL F&OPERTT 1ST TUB CITY OV VKW - TOBK tTt A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. 1 SjJill Unwerv 'I'AHLK in the rear - tooth with (he LOT, 44 leet front, 42 feet rear, and itj ieei on eac.n side. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Vesev - street . and House and l,o! !o. sit Vr sey - strtet. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollars, do and do for 750 do do and do for 4:0 do On valuable property in the city ol iew York The interest has always been punctually paid. or particulars inuuiie ai jne otni e oi sir - rut. r. KAiui.t, dee 10 tf No. 27 Wall - .treet. SJVlit TO l.H. The fire pi oof store No. t Gouverni u Lane, (near W'uter street) is to let liom ll May next. Ithn four stories, besides a lure cellar tnd a very romniodtou garret, riving at tached fiora other buililiiifss, tlit r? is no risk from fire. - Possession niy prulalily be hml, il ruiuired, be fire the 1st Ma. App j at 29 South f trvet, to le'tz I t tKM: UAI'Klr.S TO LET, !: From th. 1st May nut, the three - sinry brick nou - e 7o. lb tou"l.ud - lreel, witb o. without the stable in the rtur p.'vti J 4 B. PEN WICK, Fib 8 U6 Vabinfforvt;. Home, liable, Oi'aii, Kc. at Oreemruh, JO J.t.C. The subsirilier will If I or lease, for a teini of years, htl,r.u nl Creenwi'h. ltisplri laiitlv siluatodoii tht banks of tlx - Hudson, and iilt itl ill i' to arrooiuii'ilnte a lurK '.'oiir For tirms, apply to I1VIE IILTUUNE, Jan Jii !2 i l street The house and lot of troind No 18 Ro - treut ; the lot is 2i f el Ironl and rear, and 11 1) !ect ib - t p : tlie house a brick front, sidit and rt - ..r Oiled in with brick, and huilt in the most sub stantial manner. For I'urtherparticulnrt enquire oi a. o i r.r.,Bch, feb 19 3w No. 334 broatlwaj . STORAGE i storage may be had on the first floor of the .i.iiv n U Aiulli - street. which will save n A VALUABLE ARM. USiiJ rUrvSAi.r, in ine town oi riusmng, (oeeus county, Long - bland, situated ou Khv . - ule, 14 miles from New - York, and8 13livm Fludiinar landing; from whence packet boatt and stases daily ply to and from New - York. Said farm cnntaius about 170 acres, bUol whii h i wood laud of various kinds of limber and tiinl - y erowth, with two apple orcbarlr, one old, the oilier, not more than 20 yean old, and con tains 250 graded trees, all in full bearing and of the ch tcest kinds of fruit and great variety ; there is about 20 grafted pear trees, just m the prime of life, consisting in part of the choicest kinds of vergalues, St. Germaius, and pound DKirs. and 8 or 10 English cherry - trees, which ire lust beginning to Dear. I lie remainder is suitably divided into lots nf mowing, tillage and pasture, all enclosed in suuttantial lent e and un iler good improvement. Tbe mansion house is 30 by 44 leet, built in modern style, ol Uie best materials, and finished throughout, with a good kitchcu and cellar, and is situated on au eminence, commanding au extennve view of the bay and adjacent country, l'he court - yard and garden contains a great variety of Irutt - trecs and shrubbery, asparagus beds, strawberries raspberries, gooseberries, and currants in abundance. Attached is a large barn, sheds, carriage house, crib, hen house, smoke house, and many other useful aud convenient buddings, all new and in good repair. The premises belong to Charles Cornell, Esq. late of Flushing, deceased, and combines numerous advantages, of which it is deemed unnecessary to enter into a detail, as it is presumed no person will purchase without first viewing the premises. For particulars and terms, which will be accommodating, apply to the subscribers, on the premises, who will give an indisputable title to them. ELIZABETH CORNELL, Eiecutrix. JOSHUA CORNWALL, Executor. Bay - Side, Flushing, Feh. 23, IRIS. Feb2J - 1m Tit BK LET, i mil And possession to he given immediately '.ron the 1st May next, the elegant house No 43 Wall - street, or any part thereof, separately. lor oou.es or lamilies. r.nquire oi ISRAEL FOOTE, mh 3 No. 41 WalUtreet, E H SALE .1'T .iL'CJI - V. Bv Messrs. BLEECKF.H. it BIHBY, at the Tontine Coffee House, on tlielilib day nf March, instant, at 12 o'clock, tlie house and lot of ground, tbe late residence of Doctor Archibald Bruce, deceased, situated at the corner o. Greenwich and Liberty - streets, with the effict appertaining Io it in Liberty - street. The house and office are in complete repair, and mny be examined by persons desirous of purchasing, between the noun ol twelve and two, every nay before the tale. Thirteen thousand dollars of the purchase mo ney may remain on mortgage, r or lurtner par. ticulart apiJy at the auction room. mhSdU MUNCKS BRUCE. JO LET, 1 he store and cellar under the main building of I no house No. 3J3 Pearl - street, and a tbree story fire - proof store in the rear, now occupied by the subscriber ; possessmo to be giv en on the 1st of May next. Also, his stable and coach - house, situated on Gold - ttrset, io the rear of his aforesaid premises, postcsuoo of which can be natt immediately. Feb 2 tf JOHN I. f.LOVER. TO LET. From the 1st of May next, (be lower rouuting room ol - o. 51 South - street. ALSO. The npper coco ting ronm, No. 71 South - it App y io jAMta L'wijL.r, jr. leb 13 67. Front itreet 1 a Q VALUABLE PROPERTY. The subscriber offers for sal valuable faint, 73 mile from rtew - Xoric, ijinz 7 mues south pf Poublteepsi, on the post - road, within - 4 of a mil of the mills on the falls of Wapiiin - ! ferVCreofc, and in the neighborttood of several landings from which sloops sail weekly. It contains 110 acres of level, fertile land, with a youne orchard of grafted fruit, wood sufficient for foet, and all in food fence. 1 be nous contains several rooms, has a good barn, and all in excellent repair. Its situation being on an elevated plain, renders the place not only healthy, bat presents from the dwelling a delightful inland prospect. Also, another lot of 40acret. conbeuoastothe above, and bounded southerly by the falls of Wappinger't - Creek. The land is fertile, in ei - ctllent 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 on the falls a taw - mill of great capacity, cardmg - mill, which enjoys the custom of the neighborhood, besides several olher scites for factories, unoccupied. 'The whole force of the creek can be diverted with a little ezpenreso at to drive a range of mills on a level plot of ground luat below Ue falls, and accessible by an eay navigation ; where factories of every description, with every facility of power and trausportation can be constructed. Also, a flour - null, of the first class. The mill - house is largo, with 4 run of Burr stone, and calculated for 6, with new machinery for manufacturing wheat. &C. with an elevator lor raising grain from vessels into the upper loft of (be mill. Connected with the mill is a large store house for storing wheat and flour. With the mill will be told 53 acres ol excellent land, on whit h is situated five dwelling bouses, a large barn, hay house, carriage house, corn cribs hovels, Ac. a cooper's shop calculated loi 20 hands. Two of the houses are new and well calculated for genteel families : They command a view or the rive, wi.h a beaulilul intervale landscape formed by the meandering of the creek immediately in front. There are few places which 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 onored at auc tion. For terms, kc. apply to TETER MESIER, .o. 25 Heaver - street. Feb 20 ABRAHAM MESIER, 70 LET. From the first of May next, a three story brickhouse in Greenwich - street, between L'berty and Cuurtlandt - streeU. Inquire at 137 Creenwich - atreet. . mil 3 tf JO BE J ET, From the lit ol May next, the house No 8 ?tnte - itreet Euquire at the premises. nili 3 1w lAW BUILDINGS. rtil T wo offices in Law Buildings No. 3, to lie nnten. Apply ontne premises, io j.ita iiiviuru., r.sq.or aixvo. o Broadway feb 85dtf TO LE V. li K IVIII I1I9L i.lAJ IIGAl) BIUI . IIV. r .1. . ILff.... I.A HA (lUlb - ktreeL tor terms applv to L. LEFFKIITS, Jun. feb 7 28 William street TO LET, From the first of May next, a front count ing room on llie second floor, ti gethcr with the upper lolls l nquire no. 10 rea.l street. i.m Z4 ii TO LET. fi. - ...... c... An cinn rjj A lie new uriCE ciui c iiu. owint - oi. Apply to T. & J. SWOKJJS. Feb 14 l'he tbree story brick dwelling, 27 Nor - folk - slccet Enquire of COX k AJONTAUDEVERT, Feb 13 'J6 Wall - tt. .. t u v J f L' UrisJ 1 iwo - siory nnck Irout House and I to. 33 Cherry - street Fam un, fee. apply 76 Pearl - street. mar 3 &l TO LET. ir.il The handsome three story brick house, No. 150 Greenwich - street, next to the corner of Courtlandt street, finished in the best manner. and the lower rooms communicate by lowing doors. It will be lound a very convenient resi dence for a respectable private family. Apply to PKTr.KbCUfclliMMlMUK.:? Ai SU, fell 28 101 24 V ater - street. TO LET, The following House, vii: Tlie house No. 95 John - street l'he house No. 97 dn The house and store No 395 Pearl - street The house and store No. 131 Cherry - ttreet The house No. 28 Courtland - street. Apply to W. CHAW, feb 21 No.5 Bowery eg? EOH SALE OH TO LEASE, L'r... Lots in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Wards ; many ol which are on regulated and paved streets. No money will be required unaer ten years, ii soiu, interest excepted. ' IIOU5H.3. Several two and three ttory houses, on which a great part ol tlie money remain on mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent ttand for business, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a whan, store house and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may be erected, wun a suuiciency oi waierioreacn. Apply at No. 2 Greenwich street jan 1.1 tf ffltyALL'AELh SI AS 1 1 tOUA COW - - 4yi.jy MM.M ........ I lie subscribers offer for tale, the Dwelling House, Store House and Lot of Land, formerly occupied by Wm. Vonrheis, deceased ; situated in Vvhippaay, Morris County, (N. J.) on tbe turnpike, road direct from Newark to Mount Pleasant, 4 miles from Morristown and 13 from Newark. 1 be bouse is built of the best mate' rials, nearly new, and well finished. 1'be store house is large, and was occupied by the former owner asa store, io which much business was done The lot contains about one acre, embracing a good garden, and pasture. There is also on the premises a new barn, and a well of water handy at the door, l'he above situation i considered very eligible for a country merchant, there being in t' - 'e neighbourhood two paper nulls, two grist mills, and one cotton factory, or would suit for almost any kind of mechanical business The terms of sale will be made accommodating. For particulars, inquire ol Silat Tut - Uc, near the premises, William Tuttle, Newark, or COLLINS 4 H ANN AY, mh 8 6t No. 2:10 Pearl - street. TO 1XT or LEASE, From the first of May next, the Houte .ud Lud Landt belonging to the estate of Cary iw, deceased, situated at Brooklvn. with in one hundred yardt of tlie tteam - bnat Ferry. The he use is well adapted for a private family, or for the purpose of a public house. The situation, from its elevated position, command a very beautiful view of the city, tlie East River and hay of New - York. The grounds (containing between 4 and 5 arret) are in a good state of cultivation ; the house sidont houses in good repair. For term, hpiJv to GEO. W. MORTON, At' at Law, mh 8 lw No. 59 William street IO LKT. From tlie first of May next, the three sto ry ones; noute, io.31U isroadway to be put in complete repair, painted, papered. Ate. Rent $1110 and taxes with ttablcs,cnach - hoise, &c. $X0 and the taxet. Apply at Hudson's Intelligence Office. mb 2 2w ton &A LA, The two bouses, No 43 and SO Broadwav, to tie co - jirJetery finished and delivered on the 15th April next .Apply to JOHN SL1DELL k CO. Jao 29 tf No. SO Broadway. POST COACH LIWEroi: PHILADELPHIA . t wat of rowMa - poo - IVrORTABT TO FAbfEHC III. Nn rmwlina ivitl, llw ntmA Chaite tine. - PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AJSD OPPO SITION KLVIVLU. ANEW Line of Post Coaches with every con - venienco for passengers and baggage, on Springs THROUGH IN ONE DAi. The Post Coach wil l start from the Coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - street, N. York, every moruing, Sundays excepted, at l - 2patt6o'clotk, by way ol newara, iew - urunswic, rnuw - ton, J Tcnlon end linsioi, ana arrive ai i oiomjci - phia tbe same evening. ' The Steam Boat Line INDUSTRY, will tart Irnm Ptew.York every morninz (rttn - days excepted) at 10 o'clock, in tbe Mtam tsoat " - T . Atalanta, irom the nortn siue oi me dsiiht, lodge at Kingston, and arrive in Philadelphia nut Hsvln rime United State Mail Coach, with a guard, wjth every convenience for passengers and baggage, J n.. i a i ' i. : 1 1 ..... on spnnes. ineiiv. o. maucoacn wm ion nuui the coach office, T!d No. 1 Courtlaodt - etreet, New ork, every day at 2 o'clock, r. m. ana arrive at Philadelphia neat morning at 6 o'clock - Ouly 6 oatseneers admitted. For seats in the above named Lines, apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at tbe old ettai.lithed Coach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Uourtlandt - ttieel, the tecooa omce irom Broadway, New - York; to ISAAC BROWN, No. 1 Washineton - street: or to A. T.GOOD RICH & CO. .No - 124 Broadway, corner of Ce lar. afreet. NewYork. n - TAII trnodi and haeerasre at the nsl at the risk oi me owner. .m. JOSEPH LYON, SONS & CO. 9 & CO. of the Con B Expresses sent to any pari oi ine VC ,by THOMAS WHITFIELD. tinent .Ian 22 nV OH A lb t LINK. FOR PHILADELPHIA. The POST CHAISE, with every convenience for Passengers and their baggage f through in one day) will leave tlie Post Chaise Office, 118 Broad way, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sun Hav en ente.dl at half past 6 o'clock iu the morn ins;, by way of Newark, and arrive the tame day at Philadelphia. The MAIL PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior arxouimodationi for Fat - sengers and their baggage, will leave tlie tame place every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P.Nl. will proceed before theMail.and nottuhject to the inconvenience of stopping at the numerous Post Offices on the road, but every accommodation provided for the traveller, nnd arrive tome hours before the Mail at Philadelphia. Fare 7 dollars. Oy - All goods and baggage at the risque of the owner. JOHN N.CUMMISG, Newark. JOHN C.L'LICK & SONS. Princeton STOCKTON k HOWELL, Philadelphia. A". B. Expresses sent to anv part of the United Slates, bu I.. BAKER A CO. Feb 24 8. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA WITH A liUAKL). fri - The oublic are assured that this line is equal to any in the U. S. for the convenience and comfort of the traveller. With the addition pf may rtbi secure asio his baggage nnd persom.1 salety the coach ne ver being left whilst chansing at the post orjices without a person oo tlie bux. The" way mail Is Dut in separate bags and changed io the Euro pean style. Tbe U S. Mail Coach will start from the coach office, old No. 1 Courtland - steet, New - York every day at 2 o'clock r. AI. and arrive at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock s onlv6 passengers admitted in this coach. r or seats apply to i iiua. wrllTMbLU, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No I, tecond office from Broadway in Courtlnnilt - streel, or to A. T. GOODRICH it Co. No. 124 Broadway, corner of Cedar - stieet, New - York. N. B. All goods and baggage at the risk of Hie owners. J. LYON ft SONS, Powles Hook. WILLIAM GULICK k CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses tent to any part ol the Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. FOB SALE, A house of two stories, with niasxa in irooljpn good repair ; containing about thirty four acres, situate on Throgs Neck, and near to the farm of Abijah Hammond the land being highly improved, and containing a great variety of the belt cherries, apples, peart and peacher, in great abundance and io full bearing the ad - ioining waters affording ample supplies of fish. Shetland scale, which at a small ei pence may be led from a creek to the upland, and detained in a pond for dairy use a mackerel nnd bass nstiery uemg aisoauacnefl tnereto, and wnereat one draught of a tmall teine have been taken mat kerel which told the next dav for one hute dred and twenty dollars in point ol' prospect, health and protit this sue is no where exceeded distance from New - York about fourteen miles. Also, lour lots of land near th ; above two ly ing on tbe sound, containing lorty nve acres, and bounded on two sides with waters laod of an excellent quality, with an orchard of four huo orea appie irees, including ine oesi sorts lor ia hie use ; and for cyder, the Virginian crab, Eng lish bagloe crab, white sty re, coccage, fox whelp and white tour, witb eighty cherry trees the black tartarian recommended by Forsyth being one. In iront oi these lots are taken bast, black fish, perch, mullelt, king fish, plaice, soles, mackerel, porgy, pike, smelt, whiting, eels, and ncca tinnally slieepsbead and shad, with weak - fish and manhaddea in vast abundance ; beds of oysters, superior in quality to any marketed an the city, lie very near their shores, with crabs and clams, whilst the adjoining bay and creeks in the winter season abound in black ducks and broad Dills, and some timet are teen the canvass back and wild geese tlie land affording woodcock, auail and snipe. The situation cannot fail to please iu every respect ; and the land may always be kept in high order, at a trifling expense by sedge and salt meadows attached thereto, and sea weed dri ven on its shores. Also, two other lots, one containing ten and the other fifteen acret. These lots command an ex tensive view of land and water ; are altogether suitable for tmall rural retreats ; toil of the best duality; and contain about one hundred and fiitv cherry tree, best sorts, and four hundred apple trees most approved for table and cyder, all in full bearing , and to each of the lots will be at tached Die acret of salt meadow if wanted. Also a lot, containing fifty three acret; about eight in wood. This lot is about fourteen miles from the city, and one from the church of the town of Welchcter. If the above property is not disposed of before w dnetdy, tbe first of A - pril next, the same ou that day will be told at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, at twelve o'clock, en accimmndating terms, at to payments, in both cases. For further informa tion, applv to FREDERICK DE PEYSTER, r.tq..vo. 14 nroaa nrett,or near ine premises, to tlie subscriber, fcb24tApl PHILIP I. LIVINGSTON. FOR SALE OR TO LEASE. On accommodating terms, a number sf waier and DailUing lots, near and adjoining tlie a - .... . . - naTj - juru, ki oroouja. i or particulars, en quire of . SAMUEL EVANS, ' jaa 3J ff Brooklyn. wsim ssjmM.asi'iissSL. jBis 11" U. AdiseemlAg pibrjcsbowtewidiirknki DOCTOR flORNE, former, of tbe city of London, u - I member of the faculty of phytic and surgery there, deems it his ' ty to repeat omoooservationi ctx the sdMJse of MEJiCURY. A ratn, inoiscrmrmate, and anqoali. bed nse thereof ha been produc tive of infinite mischief. Thn. sands are annually mercuriafaxed out of existence. Tbe disease we have in view owes its tal results chietry to (hit source. " What a pit." that a young man, the hopes of hit country, !aas! the darling of bis parents, should be snitched a - woj iiwiu an uie rus)ia;ia una enjoyment OfuTe by the consequences of one ungaarded moment, and by a disease not id its own nature fatal, ani which only prove to from neglect or improriei treatment." A gtntlemar, (late Dr. H'i S tient) now perfectly hearty aid well, had beta under physician of geneial practice, six years, and reatedly taJivalid; when recommended U vi. u. vj m gnijiiciuau vi tills Cliyi Qlf DOBCS were carious, and hit flesh dropping from ttem , hit friendt declared be could hot possibly survive t wo months longer. Thousands experimental! know with what ease and safety Dr. H. ennr catc t the severest cases, and confirms the couti. tution. The Doctor's plan (advertising) it cetsary to guard tbe public against the abase ti ..... . . - .J , . 1 1 - . iiciwuij, wiu uuici jaias uciuhuub, lieiu 'onn. Persons, therefore, having contracted a nri. vat disorder, or suspecting latent Poison, are admonished not to tamper with their constit. tion, or conceal the disorder, till past recovery.; othert having the remaint of an. old cast or other impurities of the blood, at well arrjfjJ er complaints of a delicate nature, in either sex. should remember posterity, and do rustir m uie, vj Mia.nipj application to Dr. II. at hit old and retDectahu lishment No. C4 Water - street, four houses west of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance a - ioae caicuiai'ju iu prevenioiscjosure. And her let me claim your serious attention Remember a superficial cure i no cure at all unlets tbe basinets is radically done, you will certainly hart (he disorder break out again with redoubled ma lignity. at tome future period ; perhaps then will be too late for remedy. Don't you often meet ia the streets miserable, mutilated beings, without even a bit of nose on their face I Take warning I beseech you. ' Dr. H's. character for skill and stubborn integrity being universally known in this city, since louijcuarauice io puuenu mat ucucacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, and having confined ai practice for years past, exclusively to the cure of diseases of the blood tyitam, they may safely calculate on the most decided advantages ia consulting Dr. H. t.icets eradicated intwe or three wttxi. Strictures removed without omigiet or any oth er instrument ; nnd all debilities i likewise ai old ulcerations, fistula's &c. A plurality of olbces are prorided, and to ritss ated that patients are not exposed to each other' observation. Open till half past 9 in tbe evening. A II persons concerned are invited to be free u culling, and tpeaking with Dr.H. which it tree of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid tb expression of gratitude for iooumerahU iwrm.. mcndallons, and for the decided preference (it if uresumrd wth justcantel long riven him b . judicious puhllc. T t - A. . . .. ts. aii leicersmusx De poll paid. Dr. Buchanan. Aug 37 In ' " AETTilEH Q.UACKtXRX JiOH IMtUSl - JIUJY. DR. EVANS1 superior jmethod of caring a certain Disease, is now univer sally acknowledged in this city ; hit mode of treatment is perfectly mild, sale, ex - peumous. ana nis charges reasonable. In every io - siance ne warrants a cure, and will return the pay if he HfWfl tirff rkarfnrm vrAawsm IsIa trtocor - t"' - - " " 7 1 lie ttriciesi secrecy always observed. 'iTiere are many persons in Oils city and its vicinity, laboring under various chronic diseases, such as cancers, old inveterate ulcers, icroiula or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the aretira, bladder nod ktdniet, ofd complicated comptusslf of a certain nature, bilious and other obirtrao (ions, rheumatism, Ac which they consider iocs), rable, they can certainly be cured (in genera1 by applying at Dr. EVANS'S Medical Store, Hoi 9, Peck - slip, having practised in extelsive hospitals in Europe 12 years, under some of tht ' first Surgeons and Physicians io the world, and made those obstinate diseases his constant atodv for 30 ye at. Oct 13 , fr WHEATON k DA - v IS, Fancy Chair Manufacturers, No. 153 Fulton - street, opposite St Pauls Church, offer for sale, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant at - sortment of Curld Maple, plain painted and ornament ed io gold It bronte, Bamboo, Plain and Gilt Balls, Rock - ' ing, Sewing, and Cosverta - tion Chain, Sofas. Settee. Loungeei, Musk Stools, kc. . Orders from any part of the continent executed with neatness and dispatch. Old Chairs repaired, painted and ornamented'. oct 13 C73 The subscriber having recently re tamed from England with an important improvement oa the artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing bis friendt and the public, that all those who are to unfortunate as to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Bartlay - ttreet, New - York. Jan 28 WM. PURVIS. WlTurn m mi' LEE?S ITCH OINTMENT, : WARRANTED an infallible remedy at on application, may be used with perfect safety oo infants a week old, not containing particle ol mercury ,or any dangeron ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offensive smell which attends the application of other remedies. Tbe above medicines are prepared and told at LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 40 Maiden - Lame, and sold by 8. CARLE, cornel of Fulton and Water - ttreets. . Druggists and country store - keepers rapplieJ on liberal terms. Jan 89 ' NOTICE. , , , ALL persons indebted to tbe estate of RuggVM Hubbard, esquire, late sheriff of the city and county of New - York, as sheriff, are requested to make payment to James L. Bcs esquire, present sheriff of the city and county ef New - York, on or before, the Ant day aF M7 next or after that period the bills rernxmlnf " paid will be pat in suit. CATHERINE HUBBARD, . Feb 11 SawtlMay Aaministratri. PRIVATE LODGINGS. A single gentle roan can be accommodated, wiih .one or two rooms, after the first of May next, with or Without board, the rooms Airnished or not, in a genteel and small family, the bouse ia and pleasant, and in a healthy part of the city, about ten minutes walk from Wall - ttreet. - - . For further information inquire at no. t - Broadway. . . fe NEW - YORK: ' PRINTED AND PUBLISHED MICHAEL SCRNHAMk CO. No. 48 PitTk - aTRcrr. m . 1

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