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a XirjLtisBL pKbPnrr. . FortJa,tri DovrrtrWwnfaclnrtK uaboeiv thecowaty rf Mom, and HjU TKtwnyicoMiiliBr n)llwg end sM - bng Mitt, ia good tpeir, which IMpfe cf r aBoia and cUt 4km, Ik; H at the name time j a yaiuable fige with two Ores il o k ....r in J fMU 1 Stork M COul Mid OTC Z auAricsf io auk GOv too of boat a mod n mill i a cut Bail (actor; la good repair, mfiefcnt to employ thirty snee, and mj be ex tended to esspioy one ooriorta mora i - .urMuKd a. ttnrl furaacc inroad repair: conveaieat to the works ita store aad a Masher of bouse for theMcoaimodatioa of families, and excellent (tabling for team thai may oe m an to keep for the we 0 the estabhshmeat 1 al a. ii - lairii. molar tad nndow loU. imme diately adjoining the works, with timber laad ia ay quantity, not exceeding two ... hundred acre, withiatbree mile of said work. Tt ml mu oTim arc. eoaiBMltctnc atthe MMlfaltiNMi sntae. km more than 2 throsgh this tract, and three miim are bow opaaj from which the forget are supplied withor swore may be opeacd aod ore rawed f fw work to any eieat t man un - Biiles af said work, and food road, teat Um ore caa be railed aad delivered si urn two jd a talf dollars per toa. The abore described work, are Rockawsy River, about eight 'L"T riitown, twenty are mile, from - and M the ( - me ditlance fro cood tarorik? rvadr fcadii fw said wM w rich pl.ee, in ?pjtt beelihr "lW fa a goodnrignbornood, there Ma two Pwrbf - Wtfa - d for coflecUni baf tfon - .H noimnmlinr. fjN DeiDKOrsnj eWbaadftd l6r tim to tE cmintyj ttojt of themareoatbetireaiM abore Dover,' and the iron, ia roiof te Wew - York marhe,a we - intly pswthose wbrkt. Al thu ouli fre'rwenUy .4,:h.rim. h Ivu slit aad bandied into itail and tnik rodi ia a dayi and Bpwardi of one tandredtootofasUi have been aiwie 10 a yeat, A wrg e amount ot gooot niay p rKi n ttui place ia eicnangt wr oar iro.pnn.nw k pile, tc. Kc. There are valuable tciUt both a - bore k below oa this tract,ea which more worki may be erected. . r:.. :,' ALSO, , .,' Tbalfalaabla well kaowa fans, Jyins towmhju of ttssdolph, aboet two auiss w,aodit atilet from MorrtoWWBj and withio one oearterof a rnUeot the UwJoo turnpike road, wear Fleaaaat valley, called the DUtilfcry Farra, coataiawc abont three haadred' acre, about one fourth part o which w eicelleai meadow, cm fourth part ploojti aad pittore land, and thi i re - miMtJr timber. A roBiiderable part of the tim - kir - h him tmn lilv ! reams UkTj...p 1 ana u iuiiai 1. ik. uila mnw ha watered. One of these Jr,n.ii i auftVfant for a rrist - fflill or other Wrkt 1 there are saw mills, a griit - mill, a foiling mill and oil mill, on tbe same stream. On r.. - ... tmn wklunble scites for water - TO LKT. 1 fhe tfarsetory brick dwolllnr. rr k v - l. i fish, perch, (solicit, hint - fish, plaice, soles, mac k - erel, porgy, pike, (melt, wlufing, eels, and occasionally theepsbead and shad, with weak - fish and manhaddeii in vast abondance t beds of oyster, superior ia quality to any marketed in the city, lis very tear their shores, with crane and clams, whilst th adjoining bay and creek in the winter settee abound in olacx duces ana oroaa oil is. and some times are seen the canvass back and wild g..ese 1 be land affording woodcock, quail and snipe. Tbe situation cannot fail to please in every respect ; and theland may always be kept ia l.igh order, at a trifling expense by sedge and salt meadow attached tliereto. and sea weed driven on i's shores. Also, two other lots, one containing ten and tlie other fifteen acres. These loi rmmmH . tensive view of land and water ; are Mtorether suitable lor small rural rst.eMi ; toil or the best qma'ity ; and contain about one hundred sod fiity cherry trees best sorts, and four hundred apple trw, most approved (br Uble and cyder, all in1 full bearm: . and to each of the lots will be attached ll - e acres of salt meadow if wanted Also alotji emt tilling fifty three acres j about eight in wood. This lot isatat fourteen miles from the city, and one from the chun - k nr ik. town of Westchester. If the ahn n. ot disposed of before Wednesday. thihrttcfA - pfU next, the sas on that day will he sold at pabjif aactioB, at the Tontine Cofee House, at .wai.c u wiaiommoatrinr terms, as to ymjmm, .a n"in cate. t or lurtber informa - oo,Miplv U .FREDERICK DE PElSTKU Esq. No. 24 Broad - tret or near tbe premises, to the snbtcribcr. r ' feh 24tApl PHItlf 1. LlVIG8TON. vw - ikivvvjuin mi COX k AfO.TTAUDEVERT, . " Wali - it TOLEJATBLOOMtNODAlk V 4UdP v - w - . - . - L ,, . la. " 1 The bows aad jron - d rloruic Jo asuue of Job Bhsw, attaateri oatbeifiJthar - VMev - itreet. . . . I.. 11 Hiwfrv. ncsr nTO LET, A Isiwe convenient modern built house, coach hoase and iraprovemeats, (With or withoat I "7 0 ff lietflTV alllCWn arUCD IOU liva. lut; iiviu in Teh tT inn v I apdiv CORNELIUS DUBOIS, ,,tTnn,q No. 30 Frnnt - itreet. 'la be Lti. ImuoL er Said. Hie spacious S story brick HOUSE, No 129 Chamber - street, having every conve nience for a larre family, and a wtll of excel lent water in the vara Its proximity 10 me Sfjar lattly optneJ, gives anew of Hudion - street from tbe rear of the house, ami renders the situation airy and pleasant For terms apply to JOHN B. MURRAY Si SON, fcb6 113 Pearl street. ar'OK BALK, (Or exebsnted for property in this citv) A neat ISl counu - v noose in 111c ticiiiiit in kii - country zabethtown, fN. J.) beautifully situated on the I On uttliifkhh Post - road r at present in the occupation of 1 The interest ZlLvSiZ, nJ ii rhriftv voanr Umber, ft WOOLLEY, 75 Wall - street Works, a convenient cheap place to erect a short 1; tituate in Allen - street, next to the balt - al - . 7,i!.. k'. nAint iilh twalvali ' - ati j i i '(uun.sna rniw k' - . mtufeet head. Below tbii the water can be tskeo into a race, ami ia leu than twenty chains, on good firm ground, is more than twent v u.i Mi I,, tiiii wav the water can be worked . twice over wiih the expense of only one dam. Tbrrv is oa said farm an extensive cider mill Wito four prenea and cisterns, boused and well k. ariik imn. .uffirwnt to hold twelve bun - Connected to Ui cider work! is lb itill - bouse, so conveniently situated 1,1 that the whole eperaUooH compiewa wnnout pamiiinc, Tbe water for condensing the spirits la nntlU frtm SI MVr fkillDS SPrlHC. Wllbin SIX todi of the still house, and ba tuflicient bend to , Th buildings count ol twoiaiall frame dwellings, one good frame barn, 4 feet foog by 26 feet wide, under a part of which 11 a good cellar there are also bay boose, cow SDMI, C. rt TO LET. ItLfl Two neat, new, 2 - story brick front build. ley. They are nniihed in handsome style with cnterns In the varus, ana every other convetii ence to renUer them plcatant ana Ueuraoto tne menti. Adjoining the ground on winch the buildings stand are several vacant lots which will alto be let lor a garden to the perron or per sons who shall Wre the houses. Apply to JAMES KNOX, at the ball - alley 1 or at his house, 25 Orchard - f eb v tt OFFICE TO LET. A pleasantly lituated and spacious Office. 331 fearl - sirest, a few doors above Peck - slip Apply to K. n i. w , ju a v run 1 tu. Fb 12 35 Peck - slip. II On 'I vmk f ft' ji 1 - r i . r 1 nuyw, 1 . . ju jjaiIoa, fDra icnn "I vcuiv. ?alaabl property at Longwood, In tlie town - ntrS tj,,. bouie and lot No. 20 Cedar street, sbin ofJsflrrcoii, six mills from Uover, on uie C(M,)ttininB six rooms with Are places, beiidet the maia branch of Rockawsy River, counting 01 a fcitclieo, pantries, vaults. Ac. aod a well of good erv vatukhl tntirn. with two fires and one ham - ..... mer : abundance 01 water uie wnoie year, a large yot ifti - . the unext) red term, e even vear. of 7 S,uli pond, and a very warm situation, and for nneeo uiot n. 69 Munay - street, in the occupation yean pan nas mae nim - n imj . - 0I William ratterson, on lenie irom trie t.pisco inmacouDtv. The ore is within four miles, and anartoftheroadturnDiked. rhe several tract Connected with this establishment amount alto - Miliar to about fourteea hundred1 acres, the areat - er part timber, to make a durable supply of coal for the Ion. Immediately adjoining the forge ralua pal Church du St. Etprit. i. W. tc W. feb 25 dtf - N , FUR BALE OR TO LEASE. FORSJLK. The two - story brick front House and Lot No. 33 Cherry - street For terms, fcc. apply at 76 rearl - strset. mar 3 rrl TO LET. Onill The handsome three story brick home, No. 150 Greenwich - street, next to the corner of Courtlandt street, finished in tlie best manner. and the lower rooms communicate by folding door. It will be found a very convenient rest d'lx e for a respectable privMo family. Apply to PETER SCHERMbKUORN il r3U.a. feh 2ft 101 243 Water - street TO LtT, The following Houses, vie I hehouse No. 95 John - street The house No. 97 do The house and (tore No. 395 Pearl - street The house and (tore No. 131 Cherry - street The house No. 28 Courtland - treet. Apply to JAMES W. BHAW, feb 21 No. 5 Bowery, LAW RUILOIAOS. Two om et in Law Buildinci No. 3. to be rented. Apply on the premises, to JAMES A. HA.vllLt TU.. Mq.oc at no. o Jiroauway leb T5ltf iT TO LKV, 4nlD From the first May next, the store no. 79 couth. street. For terms, apply to L. LEFFEUT3, Jun. feb 7 28 William street jen vo lft. Uciisj From the first of May next a frcnt count ins; room on tlie second door, together with tlie nnper loin, enquire 0. io reaii strett. an24 tf TO LET. The new brick Store no. 62 Sternest to T. & J. SWORDS. Feb 14 FOR S.HLE ORTOLK.iSF, Lots in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Wards: many 01 which are on regulated and paved streets. no money will be required under tea years, 11 sold, interest excepted. HOUSES. Several two and three story houses, on which a rreat part of the money remain on mortgage. liini'i.iuAi ur.u hvjviv. An exrellentdand for husmt, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store - houte and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, ISear New - Haven, with wi acres oMand, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 millt may be erected, with a sufficiency of water for each. nppiy at ri. z ureeuwicn street, jan U tf 'Mfh t m, T !l ITlon. Iha At. Af tU. II.. fkt. itwj iviu iisr uisjt ivi - ij irvr A uk uii v.xi siv r unrk houte, 2fo, 310 Broadway to he pirt in ISoO and taxes with stabfes - coarh - house, lie. $I Jfi0 snd tlie Uses gence VUut Apply at Hudson's lulelli - mn s xw - FOR SALE, Thetwohouset. No. 4tt ami net n ll.u" f0B.P,ty finithod and delivered on the iaiu pru next Apply to JOUN ELIDELL k CO. tf No. 50 Broawa: i .J - , lT mbm amV aw a v w - - iSjXbT. No. AmxtreeC On the premise sZe.blt eiwTalt TboWwiih r taring fireplaces "1 ! u?C.hhT iorVtali - I aiaab) 1 aod ia the rear of the; whota, to a bouses asaa aayawwr oeac iboat intliaad tores . tkm Urr Are oroof 11 sad 13 Psarl - ftreet 1 wberere wiw e a carpenter, lirery - staMe keeper, or any dm old Madera Wine, by lbs Desjijoha - b - reqaim a food deal of room Mht4A' lanmc V f l I! 1mm IOr.uMw AMi ! SHAW, juf9 j PeaHHrtreet kZaI L JTwo t - Ud No. 37 3 1 otj Wet Bootee am Mor For terau, apply at N. 17 Borliaf - slip. r'ebCT U Q 00 Grei TobeleL tbeboaieand KTounds fronting reeawicb Lane, beloncing to the estate of the late earned tnf,m, ana si preseni occu AIM, r. VL r:T" V.i nit h. Mr. D.rid EJi ik.HiaiM. as ISSI rronl uy iw "r n" r - t r . mnv uiiriir ' , . ".. - CVi narlirulkra an. I OT parucwan eoouirw w tvnn ih omi mm aawansodatinr teraw. i or parucwars ap - 1 , . V ,,, r.f nr ir Mi.,irt. n - nf . Kr. f ni - aMnWCb - ts JW W U I T DUlMf!! ila thai Rant ArMaiw.VArlr f 8 (Ph hnvfc etora Mo. t Courernear'i Las,aet door to Wster - street It bsi foar aoon, MsKkw a y i. the b 00 auy (Pi.J'ttiS between Counties snd Old alipo. Eoqu Miy. - u Tte t .ubscrilfr,No.lMrr.y,or45.b TOt'KEtlat LAUR1K3, rjiuuiro Cbamber 8. aw a tlRE PKoOF ATORK. To let and posieuioa first of Mar nest, usrttory fire proof storey No. 34 South - it. or me - street. febtf U.CRAIG. Q etlhe 1 - IX) LKT, Tbe store No. SO Wall - street Apply nore. leo iy 11 tk. ffr.t .rMii 1 it la. ton the corner of rT. fhs lubsrriber will lease or sell the lot thm rut Avenue and First - street. Bear tbe corner I lujaad hoate in wbicb he now lives in Lau of North and A Ilea - streets, and about one mile retu - strsct It ii a pretty comfortable bouie for . . . ia atria J Xm .Uuiul I " . .... iron ine viiy nan. 1 oe siiaauun m w i a smau moaeraie lamuy, having a none Kitchen ud healthy, and ia every respect suitable for a arHi cellar, two rooms - on each floor and a bed - genteel family. Oa the premises b a well of most cbMllw w ,0 ewreU Acroiethe rear of the sxcelieni water, to , hoote there to a pleasant piaia, built scarcely three years ago itbas a neat little garden about 60 feet deep, and a small stable, leading to which there is gangway from the street Apply to a. u. uou. no. cy wasniogton - street. teSStf J A WES TILL ART. KOH bALE, BKAL rKOrXRTT - IBT THE CITS 0 ltKW - 10K r"l A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. 11 X..H Bowenr STABLE ia the rear toeeth er with the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and iza icci on eacn nua. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Veiev - street : and House ana lxt no. 3'J vesey - srreet. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollars, do and do for 750 do do aod do for 450 do oroneity in the city of New - York. has always been punctually paid. Duct Grant. It contains eight rooms with a For particulars inquiie at the office of piazza in front and rear, a good kitchen, wash - i STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, house, milkoom. and cellar j there is also, al dec to tr No. if Wall - street. coaclMHnlse, stable for two horses, and other I " '1 . STORE TO LtT coach4MnIse, stable for two horses, and other 1 from fittea to twenW years growth. There are convenient outbuildings, all in good repair, aIA.il The fire proof store No. S Gouverneur's rm MrfH Utm amvarib ( six huedredeppl treei, libout an acre of land, laid oat in a handsome I Lane, (near Water - street) is to let from 1st May ia fins order, eisrht tosiiteea yearswkl, the most Lden and orchard, which arTord a variety of I next lthas four stories, betides a large cellar them of grafted fruit, and' more Uisa Half im - hoice asparagus, tc. and a well of ex, and ry nrnmodious garret. Beiiig detached them HarUea apples, so fsmmis for eider. The ,.. w,ter - with a pood oumn. Terms will ("" 0,htr buildings, there is no riik from fire meadows erenai ana iree .ro - - " - - b. mul. liberal. Annlv to HSOIWBwr.anuuc.r - i. m c feb23 JACKSO 1 Possession may probably he bad, if required, before the 1st May. Apply at 29 South street, to fen 2 J UCKR A LAURIES. TO LET. From the lit May next, tlie three - story brick house No. 18 Courtland - itreet, with or without the stable in the rear Apply to Feb 2 i.k R. RE WICK. 66 Waohingtoik - et. Home, btuble, OaroVn, tic. al Onmwui, Hir.vfl On accommodatins terms, a number of pears, and 8 or 10 English cherry - trees, which . ...nmhi. nn nni mM land sufficient water and buildinc lots, near and adioiniuir the are juat beginning to bear. The remainder is r I ...iL.M - .i:.:.ui i.i. .r M.i.:n. : 1 1 . . fo - tnree forms o one hundred acres each, with navy - yard, at Brooklyn V . - - - . . . t 1.1. 1 - 1 a 1.1 houies, orchard and barns, ocsiue several rooo iquir 01 dwelUugi for the families that may be employed is workinc the force. Tbe whole or any part of this - very valuable DTottrtv will be sold at such price and credit a will uiuae it worthy tbe attention of any person wiihiar to puf chase. For further iulormatiool .eanairsof JACOB L03EY, at Dover. ISRAEL G AN FIELD, at Morristown. BLACK WELL h M'f ARLAN, ntN. York. feb i D&Ctl - " FOR ViiH. A house of two stories, with piasia in IruuLiia rood repair 1 containing about thirty four acres, situate on Throgs Neck, and near to tluvfnrm of AMjan riaminoua - the lone neing hiarhlv improved, ana coulaininc a treat variety ofthe best cherries, apple, pears aad peaches, in great abundance and in full bearing the adjoining miters afl'urding ample supplies of fish, shell and scale, which at a small expeoce may be led from a c reek to tbe upland, and detained in n pond for daily use a mackerel and ban fislic. - T Ueinr also attached thereto, and where M ore drnuihf or a (mall seine have been taken tM - .keraiahieh sold the ncl dav for out hun dred and twenty dollars ia point of prosper!, health ana profit this site is no where exceeded diM inc from New - York about fourteen mile. Also, tour lot of land near lbs above two ly - on Ui Sound, containins; forty five acres, and bounded on two aide with wafer bud of aa ncelleat qaality, with aa orchard of four hun - ... 1 . . t . f .1.. I . i r .rii7a vpi'ie ircc, UKiuuing urn urvi kimi lur in ble ate : aad for cvder. the Virtinian crab. F.iiif' lliih baglue crab, white (tyre, coccage?, fox wbvlp and whits sour, with eighty cherry treei the Mack tartans recommended ry t on rib beini 00s. la front of these lot are taken bau, blac jan 22 If Inouire of C. MULLIGAN, No. 44 Pine - itreet. For particulars, en - v 1 SAMUEL EVANS, Brooklyn. The subscriber will let or lease, for term of vear. his house at Greenwich. It is plea santly iituntd on the banks of the Hudson, and calculated to accommodate a large family. For terms, snply to DIVIE HETHUNE, Jan 30 Vi wail - street b'iURAUK Storage may be had on the fint floor of the store No. 29 South - street, which will save the expense of hoisting. dec 26 r? - l A VALUABLE FARM, Until FOR SALE, in the towu of Fluehing, Queens county, Long - Island, situated on Bav Hide. 14 miles from New - York, ana 1 V 1 1rom Flushing landing; Irom whence pacxet boats and itaget daily ply to and front New - York, Said farm contains about 170 acres, 60 of which is wood land of various kinds of timber and thril - with two apple orchards, one old, the other not more than 20 years old, and con taini 250 gralted trees, all in full bearing and of the thuicest kind of fruit and great variety ; there is about 20 rralted pear trees, just 10 the prune of life, consiitiug in part of the choicest kinds of vergalues, ct. Uermains, ana pound pasture, all enclosed in substantial trace and un der good improvement The mansion house is 30 by 44 leet built in modern style, ol the best materials, and finished throughout, with a good kitchen and cellar, ana is situated on an eminence, commanding an extensive view of the bay and adjacent country. The coart - yard and earden contaius a great variety of Irmt - trees ana shrubbery, asparagus beds, strawberries rasp berries, goossberne, and currants 10 abundance. Attached 1 a large barn, iheds, carriage bouse, crib, hen bouse, smoke house, and many other useful aod convenient buildings, all new and in good repair. The premises belong to Charles Cornell, Esq. late of Fluihing, deceased, and combines numerous advantages, of which it is deemed unnecessary to cuter into a detail, as it is prosumed no person will purchaie without first viewing the premires. For particulars and terms, which will be accommodating, apply to the suWribers, on the premises, who will give an indisputable title to them. tLlZAtttltl IURNKLL, Bay - Side, Flutking, ) Feb. 23, 1818. 7VI Rtf I k'T TO LET, Executrix. JOSHUA CORNWALL, Executor. Feb 23 - 1 m" linlt And possession to be riven immediately or n the 1st May next, the eleeant house - No 43 Wall - street, or any part thereof, separately, r otnees or lamiliel. r.nquire ot ISRAEL FOOTE, mh 3 No. 41 Wall - street, FjH SALS AT AUlJjIUJV, Bv Messrs. BLEECKER tc B1BBY. atiile Tontine Coffee Houte, on the 18th day of March, instant at It o'clock, the house and lot oft - round, the late residence of Doctor Archi bald Urucc, deceased, situated at the corner ol Greenwich and Liibeny - stnets, with the othce . . . :i 1 . l appenainins: 10 11 in Liincrijiireet. 1 ne houte and office are in complete repair, and may be examined by persons desirous of purchasing, between the hours of twelve and two, every day Tie lore tne sale. 11500 dollars of the twrchsse money may re main on mortgage. For further particular ap ply at tne auction room. tun 3 ms rtfiANur.s Btuct The store and cellar under the main building of the house No. 223 Pearl - street, aod a three story fire - proof store in the rear, now occupied by tbe subtenber 5 pot? nation to be riv en on the 1st of Ma next. Alto, his (table and coach - house, situated on Gold - strett ia the rear of his aforesaid prtmises, possession of which can be Mad immediately. Feb 2 tf JOHN 1. GLOVER TO LET. From the lit of May nejt, the lower counting room or no. 54 south - street ALSO. The upper counting room, No. 71 South - it Appiy to jAinr.3 u'woLr, jr. ieb 13 57 Front - street TO FARMERS. fllllE subscriber can furnhh the farmers M. the adjacent country with ground Platter or 1 ant in any quantity, on the shortest notice, in Darren or otnerwoe. JOHN BTERS. FebOtf Footof Usuriton - jt.S.R. a ' VALtTABLE PROPERTY. Tt sw&tcriner oflers for sale a valuable farm, 73 miles front 'Hew - Yora, lyint m' south of Poughkeeptie, 00 tbe pest - read, within 1 - 4 of mils - of tbe mill on the falls of Wappin - nrVCnck. and in the ntlrfiborbood of ssvenl LuiJmn freni whirTi sloops rarl weekly. It con - taias 1 10 acre of lereL Isitile land, with a yoaot orchard of grafted fruit, wood lufikient for fuel, and all in good fence. 1 be douse contains v - ral rooms, has a good barn, and all in excellent repair. Its situation beiog on an elevated plain, render the place not only bsallhy, bat presents from the dwelling a deiightrul inland proepeci. Also, another lot of 40 acres, contiguous to th above, and bounded southerly by the falls of Wappioger't - Creek. The land i fertile, in excellent fence, and of easy cultivation. What readers this property valuable, is, that it may ne made a place of celebrity. There is already e - rected on tbe falls a saw - mill of great capacity, a carding - mill, which enjoys the custom of the neighborhood, beside several other scites for factories, unoccupied. Tbe whole force of the creek can be (livened with a little ex pence to at to drive a range of milli on a level plot of ground juft below the falls, and accessible by an easy navigation; where factories of e very descripboo, with every facility of power and transportation can be constructed. Also, a flour - mill, of tbe. first class. The mill - he ute it larre. with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated for 6, with new machinery for nanufactunnsr wheat tc. with an elevator for raising grain' from vetiels into the upper loft of thmiU. ionnected witn tne mm u marge ttore - hoase for storing wheat and flour. With the mill wiU be sold 63 acres ol excellent land, on which is situated five dwelling houses, a larca barn, hav house, carriage houte, corn crib, hovels. Ac. a cooper's shop calculated foi 20 hands. Two ofthe houses are new and well inlcnlated for rented fancies : They command a view of the river, with a beaouiui intervaie landscape formed by the meandering ofthe creek immediately in front. There are few places which associate so many accommodating qualiDcntioni for the merchant. mechanic or farmer. If not sold at private tale before Tuesday the 21st April, it will on that day dc onerea at auc lion. For terms, Sc. apply to PETER MESIER, No. 25 Beaver - street. Feb 20 ABRAHAM MESIER. TO l,KT. m',5 From the first of May next, a three tory brick house in Green wich - treet, between liberty and Courtlandt - streets. inquire at 137 Greenwich treet. mil 3 tf BUSBY'S PATXHT XAVIGABLB KAVT BOATS, AHO rLOATIIfO TIPE - MILL. THE Navirable Raft - Hon t is shaped like the common horse - boat : is formed of a casine of squared pine timber, pitched and filled in solid with round loes. unrtnrped 01 Dare ; me wnoie fixed together with live - oak pins, andiron bolts at the angles. It is propelled by a water wheel, with upright bueketi. operating within a fruiter orraetva;, as in mills. The coit is one fourth of tli (it of ordinary horse - boats, including all the machinery. There is a great surface of deck, which may be covered with frame work, to re ceive passengers and freight ; and only half the number of horses used on board boats of equal dinaemiuns, are necenary to carry this rapidly tbroueh the water. The Navigable Raft - Boat is instantaneously transformed into a powcrfull tidu - mill, by cast ing anchor, and affixing a moveable hopper - mouth or flare, to each end of the raceway, and may be problably employed in that capacity. wnen not in use as a conveyance. Persons desirous or adopting this invention, hich is peculiarly fitted to all the American wa ters, are invited to view a model, at the offire of C. A. BUSBY, Architect and Engineer, 2 Law Buildini - i. N assau - strcet Ne w - I ork. P. 8 A Navigable Raft - Boat may be built complete 10 a montn.inciuutng an ine machinery rry 1 be editor 01 uie notion ranaaium. ai bany Areas, Philadelphia fiwuan'i Journal and . . 11 D 1 1 : - t ' 1 lycmocraiic rreii, ouiuiuurw uuctic, mk ton Courier, and Richmond Enquirer, are re quested to insert the above twice a week for one month, and lorwara toeir account to uie aaversi ser. ico i3ti MESSRS. WH EATON & DAV 18, No, 153 Fulton - st. opposite St. Paul's Church, offer forsae, wholesale and retail, a large and elegant assortment of ' ' Curl'd and birds eye raaplo Chairs, with cane aud hair cloth seats, plain, gut, and riciuy ornamented - Painted Chairs, plain gilt and ornamented, in sold, and bronx'd Conversation, Sewing, Rocking and Children's vermin and sioon Curl'd Maple and Painted Louneee. Sofa. Settees, Mutic, ate. plain, gilt and ornameuted, in gold and bronr'd. Urder from any patt 01 tbe continent with deipatch. mh 23 SPRUWSTREET JWT1CE: NOTICE is hereby given to all persons' in - t crested, that the Commissioners of Er timate and Assessment appointed by the Su preme Court of Judicature of the state of New, York, to perform certain duties relative to the enlarging of Spring - street between Thompson - street and Wooster - (treet, in the eight ward ofthe (aid city, have completed their estimate and assessment a well of the los and daman sustained over and above the benefit and ad vantage received by the owners of the lands i . . . ., 1 ana premises rcquircu ior uie tiiu eniargmg and improving Spring - street as aforesaid, as also of tlie benefit and advantage received by the owners and panic interested of and in cer tain lands and premises not required for said improvement And that we the said Commissioners have deposited a true copy of such es timate and assessment in the Clerks office of the city of New - York for the inspection of whomsoever it may concern and notice ia hereby further given, that the report of esti mate and assessment will be presented to the Supreme Court of Judicature, of the state Of New - York, at the City - Hall of theeity of New - York, on Monday the fourth day of May next at the onenintr of the said Court on that dav. or a soon thereafter a counsel can be heard thereon. Dated New - York, March 3, 1818. PETER HA WES, 1 PETER STAGU, Commissioner JOHN TARCEE. mh 4 14t WHEATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. rpiIE long aod successful use of this ointment X is a sufficient recommendMion, as it hat been found to be a pleasant safe and certain re - meay i'.r tiiut aisagrteaoie disease in all it sta 5es. 11 is ior tale in tne city 01 new - xork, by . A. Ii W. R. Post, No. 41 William - street; I. at 1. uiark, ro. 85 Maiden - Lane ; H. 11 sciitcneiin it 10. no. 13 fearl street ; Law rence & Keew:. No. 195 Pearl - ttreet 1 Hnll 1 Bowne, 146 Pearl - street ; R. ft L. Murray, 313 Pearl - ttreet ; J. M. Bradhurst 314 Pearl - stret ; John reoford, No. 4 1 let hcr - street t Duryte ti Pop, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 188 Greenwich - street; John P. Fi.her, 106 Broad way : Walter & Seaman, corner of t:hmher - tt. and Broadway, and alto ia Chatham - street ; and in short it may be procured at mott of lb Dm; floret in uiis cny Alto in rnilndelpnia, ol 0, Witberell A Sons j George Ilnrrell .North k Ro errs, and almcst all the druggist in tlie principal luirai m uie vruiea crarev. LiKrwr3K. WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the above places. jan 22 6m WANTED a situation in a school or private family, a female nf Tetpectabili - ty, who hai been accustomed to teach writing,, arithmetic, eeoerinliy. x - r. Any ladv in want of auch a peron, will find the adverti - er worthvof i - nouic, iianra; oeen in me aimre capacity 10 uiginwi, ana can produce (atisiactory relererj - ce. For further pirtkaJari enquire ofthe printer of thi paper. feb ? I POST COACH LIKE to PHILADELPHIA BT. WAT OF r0VTlES - H0 " iwroBTABT to rAWKiir.(. No correction with the poet cbaue line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, ANUorru SITION RKVTVED. a kvw Line of Post Coacbr withevcry con - . - . . 1 V venienre for passengers ai.i DaSS v' BiSing( - TH ROUGH IN ONE Da. 'ti. o.t r.k - ,iH .rl from ths Coach Of fice, old No. 1 Conrtland - strect, N. York, every morning, Sundays excepted, at 1 - 2 past "o'clock, by way or newara, ntw - nnnnwR..) - . ton, Trenton and Uristol, and arrive at ihiladel P The SleZ Byline INDUSTRY, will start from New - York every morning (Sun days excepted) at 10 o'clock, in. tne oieam now Aiainnta i mm inaw nnriii aiue ui uie 'Ji lodee at Kineston, and arrive in Philadelphia next day to dine , ... United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience for passengers and baggage, on sprVigs. TheJU. S. mail - coach will start from the cofccb oflice,?id No. 1 Courtlandt - street, New York, every day al z o'ciock, r. 01. mo at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock. Only tt n.M.nirrB nitmittpd. v r - . 1 . i . For seatsintne anovenamea imes, uyvj runs VVHI l I l.n. at the old established Coach, blage and Steam Boat office, at the old No. 1 Courtlandt - stieet, the secona orace irom Droadway. New - York : to ISAAC BROWN, No. 1 Washington - street; or to A. i.uyui RICH ft CO. No 124 Broadway, corner of Ce J.f.iiMH Now.Ynrtr. rrr - A coods and br Knee at tne risn 01 uie V a . n . . 1 ' . . .intiu 1 rr owner. Juati'H 1. 1 ui, "V Pi. B. Exnrosee sent 10 any pan 01 in v""' tinent. by Jan xt THOMAS WHITFIELD. fOiT CHAlaE LINE. FOR PHILADELPHIA The POST CH VISE, with every convenience for Passepuers and their baegBKe (OireuKh in one diy) will leave the Pott Chaise Office, 118 Broad' way, e,potite the City Hotel every day (Sun dav e - cr.irn) at Ball pail oo'cn.r. in uie nioni' inz. by way ot New ark, and arrive the tame day at rtniadeipnia. . The MAIL, PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, with superior arcommodations for Pas sengers and tlieir oaggage, win ieav uie same place every day (Sunday excepted) at half past I o'clock P.Wf. will proceed l.eiore theMail,and not . ubject lo (he incenveotence ot stopping at the numerous Fot Orficn on the road, hut every acccmmoilati 41 provided for the traveller, and arrive ("nie hours before the Mail at Pbtladel pliia. Fare 7 dullart. irrr Aiieoons ana uucs.'tc vmc n.uuc the owner. JOHN N. CliMMING, INewarn. JOHN GULICK ii SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON As HOWELL. Philadelphia. JV. B. txpren" initio any part of the Untied Statu, fry I.. MAKbri tu. if"" (fr The public are assuied that this line of U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD. eauul to any in the U . . lor the convenience and comfort ol Uie traveller. With the addition of the guard, the passenger may rest secure as tu his naggee and personal taiety the coach never beiug lift whilst changing at the post offices, without a person on the bvx. The way mail is put in separate bags and changed in the European style. . . The U. S. Mail Coitrh will start from I he Coach office, old No. I Courtlsnd - tt'eet, New - York every day at 2 o'clock P. M. and arrive at Philadelihia next morning at 6 o'clock ; only 6 passengers admitted in this coach. For seats apply to THOS. WHITFIELD, at the old Coach and Stage Cflice, old No. 1, second office from H roadway in Courtbuidt - street, or to A. 1 . GOODRICH & W. io. 14 uroaoway, corner ol Cedar - street. New - York. N. B. All goods aud biggace at tlie risk ol the owners. J. LYON c SONS, Powle Hook. WILLIAM GULICK Si CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Philadelphia. Expresses sent to any part of tlie Continent by jan 20 THOS. WHITFIELD. bOUND STe AM BOAT LIME. r f MIL line will commence J on Mondav, the 9th intt. when the Connecticut, Capt. Bunker, will leave New - York 101 ew - Haven, at 8 o'clock. A." M The I ulton, uapt. tnw, win leave new - London for New - Haven at the same hour; both boats will leave New - Haven at 7 o'clock P. M. on Monday The ruHon, Cnpiain Law. for New, London, and the Connecticut, Captain Bunker, for New - roric. 1 ney will continue to run du ring the season, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. frt - Notice will be given when the Fulton will commence running as Tar as .Norwich, rub 4 y T corner of Fulton - street New - York, hay. ing received a large supply of the real JAPAN BLACKING, of Day & Martin, 97 High Hoi born, London, offer the same, in wholesale or retail, for exportation, or borne consumption, on term the most liberal and advantageous to pur chaser. Thi rnestinfnbla composition, with half the u - tual labor, produces a mot brilliant jet black. fully equal to tho highest japan varnish ; aflbrdr peculiar nouriahmeot to tlie leather ; it will pot soil the finest linen ; is perfectly free from any unpleasant smell ; and will retain its virtues in any climate. A an incontrovertible proef of the superior excellence ol this MackiDg. 11 h;is ttocd the tert and commanded the mott extensive tnle in all quarter? ofthe globe, for upwards of IVf a ecu turv. Feb 16 NEW MUSIC. JUST - published by WM. i'U30l?. at hi piano forte and music store, 7u. 126 Broad Braham's celebrated Polacca, arrange! as a Rondo, by Stci belt Favorite Venetian Air, arrtnged a a rondo, by Latour Paddy O'Carmll, with variation for the piano lorte, oy r. iw. raoran. ?ONGS. O softly sleep my Baby Boy Tbe Latt Tokn, ormnrrnher me. Alto, all Mr. Pbilipps' Songi to be had at - nove. feb 17 10, OLle JAMAICA RUM. puncheons hirfi pnvf old Jamaica Tlum. will be landed this day from tic p Knickor'jork - er, from BcnnuJD, eat side of Perk - slip, and fortaleby TUCKER k L CRIES, Feb 25 . . :;. 29 foulh - rt. A sCsctraief psbbc know how to itUgiu tv DOCTOR IIORNE, f irrnerlv ofthe city of London, at. number of tlie faculty of phyiM ud surgery there, deessi it (us duty to repeat omewtoserrhtion - the abuse of MERCURY, a rash, indiscriminate, and annua!,. - fied use taercot, has bcetr productive of infiniU tnischief. TW sands are annually mercurialised out of exist, ence. Tbe disease we have id view owe it (a. tal result chiefly to thi source. "Wt.atapitv that a young man, the hopes or bit country, tLi im darling of his parent, should be snitched a way 1 rum an ine pruapecu ana enioyaleat of Ui by the cotitequencrs of one ung - jirded momsct snd by a disease not ia its own nature fatj, aa wliichouly proves so from neglect or improMr treatment" A gentknuuN (late Dr. li L. tient) now perfectly heart and well, had beta under pbysiciaos of geneiJ practice, sis year ' and repeatedlyialivaUd; when recommended te ur. li. (by a graiif man or this city) hi boa were carious, and his fiesh dropping from them ; bis frienc's declared be could not possibly surviv t wo mouths longer. Thousands expenmcotallf know with what ease and safety Dr. Ii. eradicates the severest cases, and confirms the ronsti tution. Tbe Doctor's Tilaa (advertising) is ! ' cetiary to guard the public against the anas i Personi, therefore, haviiic contracUd a ,. vate disorder, or uipectiiig latent poison, art admonished not to tamper with their constit. uon, or conceal ih tusonier, u'l pan recov. ' ry ; othershaving tbe remain of an old case or other impuritie of the blood, a well at ou er complaints of a delicate nature, in eitiif sex. should remember porteritj - , and do justjea to Dr. II. at his old and respectable estab - litliment, No. 64 Wuter - street four bouses west of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance a - lone calculated to prevent disclosure. Andhera let me claim your serious attention Reaembw a superficial cure is no cure at all ; colev tbe ba - ' siness i radically done, yon wiU certaul - have the disorder break out again with redoubled ma ll,uuj, auuiE mime ierMirr j pernap then Will be too late for remedy. . Dont you often meet in the streets miserable, mutilated beings, without even a bit of note on their face I Take w amice I ruiopprli vim. t Dr. H't. character for skill aod stubborn integrity being universally known in this city, since 1804, guarantee to patients that delicacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, and having confined bis practice lor tears past, exclusively 10 the cure of ditenici ofthe blood tytUui.tbey may safely cal - culate on the most decided advantage in co. ; suiting Dr. U. l.leets eradicated in tw or three weeks - Stricture removed without tonnt ies or anr ni.. er instrument t and all debihtiei t likewise all old ulcerations, fistula's arc. . A plurality of otbees are prorided. and sn .ii.. ated tiiut putieuts are not exposed to each other observation. Opei. till half past 9 in tlie everuW All persons concerned are iotited to be free Te (.ailing, and (peaking with Dr. II. which is trie of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid lb expression of rratitude for innunurhi mendaQoni, and for the decided preference (it U presumed with just cause) lone eiveu him h & judicious public. vt. u. aii itiuers niuti oe post paid. ; Dr. Buchanan. ' ? Amk C7 1v ' ' Xb.litlER WALAFRr A OR IMtUbl - JlUJl. Dll. EVANS' sunerim Disease, is now universally acknowledged in tlus city ; his mode of treatment is perfectly mild. safe, ex - lieauious. sou in charges cuuuanie. in irvery iq. stance lie warrants a. curs, ' and will return tlie iw If h. ' 1.1 . , . . tOvvY ?"m "ol lriorm agraeaoie vZtitwt The strictest secrecy always observed. There are many persons in this city and it vicinity, laboring under various chronic disease, sucb a cancer, old inveterate ult ers, scrofula or kings evil, fistulas, diseases of the urethra. bladder and kidnies, old complicated complains of a certain nature, bi!iou and other obttrac - tions, rheumatism, Ac. which they consider incs rahle, they can certainly be cured (in general) by a1 ipiruie aiur.iVAiia - o iwentcal Store, Ko, Hik - ilio. haviner nractitrd in ndnn snitals in Europe 12 years, under some of the first Surgeons and Physicians in the world, and made those obstinate disease his constant study for 30Teiir.s. ' Oct 12 rpil E public is respect - X fully io formed that the ELEPHANT now exhibiting at No. 296 uroadway, will positive - ly be removed on ur a - bunt the lit April next Those that wish to rrati - fy their turio.ity, by iiewing the wondeiful works of nature, will do well to embrace tbia op - , portunity. AdmitUnce 25 cents. Ml J II eA COUJs ilJtU ROOM TO LKT. A pleasant and 'convenient Counting ' Room in store No. 29 South - street, frora 1st May next Apply to TUCKER & LAURIES. icd a . . . Tr The (ubscriber bavins recently returned ; from England with an important improvement on the artificial spring LEG, he takes this method of informing bis friends and the public, that all ' 1 1 1 f 1 . 1 . . . - uitwr wihi arc ao uuiunuiuiii as ui oe in waul 01 a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - (treet, New - York. Jan rz WM. PURVIS. n IT u o li ipii'i"! LFPS ITCH OINTMENT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy atone application, may be used with perfect safety on infants a week old, not containing a particle ol mercury ,or any dangerous ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offensive smell which attends the application of other remedies. ' The above medicines are prepared and sold at LEE' 3 Medicine Store, No. 4C Maiden - Lane, and sold by S. CARLE, cornet of Fulton aad Vater - treets. Druggists and country (tore - keeper rapabM on liberal term. Jan 29 - NOTICE. , . r ALL perrons indebted to the estate of Ruggle Hubbard, esquire, late sheriff of tbe oty and county of New - York, at tlieriff, re quested to make payment to James L. Beu, tquire, present theriffof the city and county of New - York, on or before the first day of May next oraftcr that eriod the bills remaining unpaid will be rut in tuit - CATHERINE HUBBARD, ... Feb II 2awtlMay Administratrix. PRIVATE LODGINGS. A single gentleman cnbe accommodated, with o"'0 two rooms after the first of May next, witn or without liojrd, the rooms furnished or not, i a genteel and small family, the hou?e w n"1 and pleasant ami in a healthy prt ofthe city, about ten minutes walk fnlm Wall - street For further information inquire at - no. I - 0 Broadwav. feb 23 NEW - YORK : ITJXTKD AND PUBL1SHFJ MICHAEL BVANUAX k CO. No. 42 PiBTAsrr.