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D at VALUABLE PBOPERTT.i ' For i tie, the Dovwrlrea Marmfactarinf, bu blub sent, in tbc comtf of Morris, tad date of New - Jersey ; cofisisUng I a rolling1 and aht ting Mill, ia rood repair, which work two pur of roller and cutter, (hear, Ate. all at the MB time I a valuable forg wrtb two firea and on hsrwmsr in rood repair a itock ef coal and or a hand, tufficient to make fifty toot of iron t a good aaw mill ! a cut nail factory ia food repair, sufficient to taiploT thirty men. aad anay be ex coded to employ on bundrt d more a brad c it - tint sachaid a iteet ruraace in good repair; cooveaieot to thai work i a it ore and a number of boeae for tbc acconamdatioa of families, aad excellent sUbling for tram tbat may be aeces - aiy to keep lor the ate of tbe eUblibment ; al - an, orchard, pasture and meadow lots, imote - uiately adroining tbe work, with timber lad ia nay quantity, not eicr eding two iDootana nve hand red acre, withia three mile of laid work. The great vein of iron ore, commencing at the noted buckasunay mine, run mora than I mile through tm tract, ami tare mine are now open, foe which the fcnei are (applied with ore, aad mora may be opened aad or raid to tHply work t any extent the mine are withia toe mile ol (aid work, aad rood road, o thai (lie ore cB be rained and delivered tt the forg at tweaadahalfdoiJanperton. Tbe above deacribtd work are eittialed no Rockaway River, aboat eight mile fromMor - fislown, twenty five mile from BimbetbTowa, nod aboa' the ame distance from Newark, witn good tampik road leading from mid worktto each placa, in a pJeemet healthy situation, and in a good neighborhood, there being two Freshy - teriae Cnnrcbe within foar mile, and a fnerxli' meeting noun withia two mile of aaid place. Tbn etaod for collecting bar iron for the tit - tine: mill i very commandinc. there being nearly one hand red forge Are in tbe county most of tbem are on the streams abore Dover, and tbe iren, in going to New - York market, can conve - aieatlv cam thoee work. At thi null frequently foar too of bnr iron bar been alit and bundled into nail and ipike rod in a day. and upward of one uuaarea ton m nail nav oeen wane in a year. - A large amount of good may be told at thi place in exchange lor oar iron.procariog iup Dlie.&c.Jic. There are valaableacitet both bove k below thi tract,on which, more work may dc erecieu. ALSO. That valuable well known farm, lying in th townehin of taaodolnh. about two mile from Do - ver, and tlx mile from Morrutown, and withio one quarter of mileol the Union turnpike road, near Pleasant valley, called the Distillery Farm, containing about three hundred acre, about one fourth pertof which i excellent meadow, one fourth partplongh and pasture land, and th re - ntainaer nmoer. a cooaideraDie pari 01 ina umber i of the original growth, and i iuitahle for tawing, the other part i thrifty young timlitr, from tuieen to twenty yean growth, i nere are on (aid farm upward of fix hundred apple tree. in line order, eieht to lixtren vear old. the moit . of them of grafted fruit, and more than hall of them Hanson apple, to lamovs ior cioer. i ne ' meadow are flat and free from (tooe, through whiiJi run two lively it re ami of water, and nearly tbe whole may be watered. One of them streams ia sufficient for a gritt - mill or oilier .1 n ill - r..i worn were are lie mm, a gnu mm, a rui - ling mill and oil mill, on the me stream. On aid farm are two valuable Kite for waterworks, t convenient cheap place to erect a short dam, and ri a considerable poud, with twelve or fifteen feet bead. Below this tbe water can he taken into a race, and in leu thnn twenty chain, on good firm ground, it more loan twenty feet fall. In thi way the water can be worked twice over with the expense of only one dain. - There it on said farm an extensive cider mill with four presses and cittern, housed and well hooped with iron, sufficient to hold twelve hundred barrels of cider. Connected to tlie lidtr works is the still - how, to conveniently situated that th whole operation it completed without pumping, Tbe water for condensing the spirit I supplied from a never failing tnrine, within til rod of the (till house, and ha siflkient head to nu into tbe citterns. The buildings consist of . two traall frame dwellings, one good frame ham. 64 feet long by 86 feet wide, under a part of wl.ich i a good cellar there are also bay bouse, ow meat, tic. ALSO, Valua'J property at Lougwood, In the town hip of JenVr - on. six miles irum Dover, on the main branch ofitockaway River, contiiting of a very valuable forge, with two fires and one hammer abundance oi water the whole year, a large pond, and a very warm situation, and for Of teen yean put ha made a much iron at any two fire la toe cou.ity. Theorr is within four utile, and a part of the mid turnpiked. I he icvera! tract connected with tint eitohlislirnrnt amount alto gether to about fourteen hubdrerfacres, the greater part timber, to make a dura Me supply of coal for tbe forge. Immediately adjoining the forge i very valuable plow and meadow land sufficient for three form of one hundred acre each, with houses, orchard and barns, betide several good dwellings (or the familiet that may be employed in working, the forge. Ihewhule or anv part of thi very valuable property will be sold at such prices and credit at will make it worthy the. attention ot anv witling to purrhaie. For further iuionnation enquire nf JACOB LOSEY, at Dover. 1311 AM. C'ANFIELD, at Morritlown. BLACK WELL h M'r ARI.AN, tN. York leb SO DJiCtf LJIty HUILIIUS. rwoomcrtin Law Buildinc Nn. 3, to he rented. Apply on the premises, lo JAMES A. HAMILTON, Eiq.or at No. 59 Broadway leb 25ritf Tu LKi, A convenient 2 - t'ory House, in I .eon r'rt, near Orarge - ttreet. Inquire ol M. Ul TMltj, 14 ran - nr. nih 3 iw TO LKT. From the first of May next, a front count ing room on the second floor, together with the uppt r ions,'iire No. 107 t eal ttrctt. jn84 tf TO I.V'.T. Tbe new brick Store no. f2 Stone - st Aiiplv to T. tt J. SWOROS. Feb U A very profitable FARM, of 1 10 acres, two Uiird under cultivation, the rendue wood land, situate on the sea shore, a quartet of a mile below the narrows, on the Statt - n Island tide and a thort ride from the steam boat ferry landing It tire a very extensive view of tlie bar and en viron of New - York, within tlie Narrows, and of Bandy Honk and the ocean f or propeci It equalled by none. The title i unquettionable. Two ibirdt of the purchase money may remain erurea upon in ianu. Appry so a. v. u. r oun lain on me premises, or to W. A. SEELY. 143 Greenwich - street TO LET, a ronvenieiit new 2 story houit, adjoining the above, with garden and about an acre or una. r or term apply at above. mh 3 eodtf VY jit ll r. I jU A two norv bouse, witn a bars and five acre or land, situate about two and a half mile irom the city, opposite the arsenal. To a person who i in the hithit of attending market and would cultivate the land a an early veeetable i an object. Rent 200 dollars Ao - ply at 3 Broadway. Ull, 6 tf Tu J.t.T, sju) A Tavern and Store in Fluthing. at pre - Stm .vceuied bv Mr. Wm Sl. .rni - ,L Annlv 'o mh 6 tf T, GIIJBON3. FOH S.1LE OR TO l.E.1St:. Lotsmthe 5. 8. 8. anil IA VV'.rH.. , . . of which are oa regulated and paved streets. No money wm oe required under tea years, if sold. nHicrp c Ar ivrn . HOUSES. Several two and thrre story houses, on which a g roil parr oi me money remain oa mo'teace. LANDING AT Ht.1) ll(H)k B An excel'. til tl and tor busioew, with ten acrrt w tana, preaswuy t.lMXed, with a wharf, (tore noose aad bara. COTTOJI ard WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acret of laid, and a aever i Ailing stream, spoa which 20 nulls m. - r be mcieJ, alh a u2itticy of water for each. t,! ? Greenwich ttrtet. Jan lj xi is w n aa of In TO I.S.T ATBLOONIXGDALE. L 1 Th hMMt ru4 rrounda be lad id r ti th UUK of John 8haw, aihinted on theeuhth nve - m. On tbe premiaesar aa exceiicoi ouauic boose, (table, coach and ic bouse, with every thing elte requisite for uch an establishment. H presumed any other occnpii m ii.,. iAinmA tn rMit will view the place. . ... t - d In tl.Mm M.riJ Also, u large urcprowi siw hoaset 1 1 and J3 rean - eireei ; wuci - . sale some old Madera Wine, by the Demijohn. For further particular, 1"' 6f,AWf jM 29 11 I'earl - wreer, I 1 1). u . . ... Rk.AI. KM A lt IUR CAL.C. LJ Two f - rtory brick bouse and lot, itua - todTJo. 3f 39 Veteytreet. Alto, a bout and lot No. 11 Bowery, near " . . t a A r .1 All Clmuiam - sqaar, 4 ii imoi oj i so uw v. n on accommodating terms, tor particular ap - i Na. Stf Grareiwicn - st. tan i u yj L - 1 Tbe biick tor No. Gouverntnr't next door to VYatrr - treet. It has fuui Aon. hasides a larce cf liar and ferret, fotres - sion may (probably) be had prtviout to the ht May, ii reqairea, Apply iU9 Soulh - ttreet. icd 10 TUCKER 4t LAURIK8, a TO LET, A lam convenient modern built house, coach hoase and improvement, (with or without extenMve kitchen garden ana dc ioi i irom too 6rst of May next ; tituatr d on the corner ol the Frit Avenue and Firtt - ttreet, near the corner North and A lien - street, and about one mile from the City Hall. The tiluation it eievaieo and healthy, and in every retpect (uitable for a genteel family. On the premise i a well of motl excellent water. Apply to CORNELIUS DUBOIS, Feb tf No. 36 Front - street. A bout of two stories, with piatza froot.'.in food repair t containing about thirty four acres, situate on inrngtivecK, ana neario the farm of Ahijah Hammond - the land being highly improved, and obtaining a greai variety ol the oetl cnerriet, apriet, pears ami peKiie in creat abundance and in full bearing the ad joining water affording ample tupplie of fiili, shell ana scaie, wnitn aiatuiuii ti tuay be led from a creek to the upland, and detained in a pond for daily ue a muckerel nod batt nshery oeing aiioaiiocneii rnereio, unu wnerrai one draught of a imall nine have been taken mackerel which sold me nexi aay ror one Hundred and twenty dollars in point of proepecl, health and prolit thit tite it no where exceeded distance from New - York about fourteen milf - i. Alto, lour lots of land near Ilia above two ly - inr on the Sound, containing forty five acres, and bounded on two sides with waters land of an excellent quality, with an orchard of lour nun dred apple trees, including the bett torts for in ble use ; and for cyder, the Virginian crab, Kng liih haeloe crab, while it v re. coccaiee, fox wheli and white tour, with eighfy cherry trues the black tartariao recommended by Fortytb beine one. In Iron! ol thete lott are lauen oat, oiaca fiili, perch, mullett, king - lith, plaice, toles, mack - ere I. norarv. Piae. imen. wuiune, eeit, aon occn - tiooafly slieeiiihead and shad, with weak - fish and inuribadden in vast abundance s bedt of ovitcr, tuperior in quality to any marketed in the city, lie very near their shores,, with crab and claret, whilst tlir adjoining hay and creekt in the winter season abound io black duck and broad bills, and oiu time are seen the canvatt back and wild eeese !e land affording woodcock, quail and mine. Tbe tituation cannot fail to please in every retpect I and the land may always he kept high order, at n trifling expente 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 acres. These lots command an ex - ' tensive view of land aud water are altogether iuitahle for small rural retreats ; soil ot the beit quality; and contain about one hundred and n'ty cherry trcet. best torts, and four hundred arnli - trees, mott approved for table and cyder, nil iu full hearing , and to each ol the imt will rie m tached fi ve acret of tail meadow if wanted. Also a lot. contsininc till v three acres; about eight in wood. Thit lot it about fourteen milet from the city, and nne Irom the church of the town of Wettchcttrr. If the above pmerty it not diiposed of before wedneuliiy, he first ot A - pril next, the same on that dor will be told at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee Home, at twelve o'clock, on accommodating terms, at to payments, in both catet. For further information, apply to FREDERICK DU I'EYdTKR, Esq. No. 84 Bi oad tre t, or near the preininet, to tlie subscriber, lr bV4IApl Mil Mf I. 1.IVISUS I OS. O TO LET, Th three story brick dwelling, 27 Nor folk - street Enciuire of COX Si JUONTAUDEVF.RT, Feb 13 f'C Wall - it. 'JO LKAbK, fur a term of ttars, The home and lot No. 20 C - dar ttn'ct, containing tix roomt with tire placet, hcridi i tbe Kitrheo, pantries, vaults. c. and a well ol gona water. For tale, the uncxpiied term, eleven yenri. of we ioi ,v. o'j murraf sireeu in me occupanon of William 1'attersun, on It me limn the Epn - to - pal L - nurin du er. Kipru. inriuire oi J. W. tc W. C. MULLIUAN, feh25 dtf No. 44 Pine - street Ol TO Lk T, ttntl I lie loiiowinn liomci, vix: Theh'iuse No. 95 Jonn - street Tbe bout No. 97 do The house and store No 395 renrl - ttrert Tbe house and store No. 1J1 Cherry - street I'lie house No. 2d Courtbind - street. Aiiply to J A Mr. a vv. MHW, febil No. 5 Bowery. VALUAbLE fKOFER'i'I. The subscriber offer for tale a valuable farm, 73 mile from New - York, lying 7 miles aouth of rougtikeepiie, on the iimt - roail, within 1 - 4 ol a mil ol th mill on the lull ol Wappin gnr'i - Crcck, and in the neiglihorliond of icvnrat landingii from which tlo)S tail weekly. It con tains 1 10 acres of level, fertile land, with a youu orchnrd of grufled fruit, wood luffirieot fcir fuel, and all in good fence. 1 he house contain eve ral roomt, has a good barn, and all in excellent repair. Its situation beins cn nil elevated plain. renders the place not only h - aUhy, but presents from the dwelling a drlightlul mlaud prmtiect. Alto, another lot of 40 a - rer, contiguous to ihe above, and bounded soutlierlv br Ihe full of WappiugerVCreek. The land it fertile, in ex cellent fence, and of cary cultivation. What renders thit miicrty valuable, i, thnt it may be made a place of celebrity. There is already e - rected on the falls a taw - mill of grent capacity. a carding - mill, which enjoys the custom of the neighborhood, besides several other Kites for factories, unoccupied. The whole force of the creek ran be diverted with a little expeuceto as to driv a rang of niilli on a level plot of ground just below tue lulls, and accessible by an easy navigation! where lactones ol every description with every facility of power and transportation can be constructed Also, a flour - mill, of tbe first class. The mill - house u large, with 4 run of Burr stone?, and calculated lor 6, with new machinery for manufacturing wheat. Sic. with an elevator for raiting grain from yetsrli into the upper loft of the mill. Connected with the mill it a large store house for storing wheat and flour, With the mill will be sold 53 acres of excellent land, on which is situated fir dwelling houses, a Urge barn, hay house, carriage house, corn crib', hovels, kc. a coopers thop calculated for 20 hands. Two of the homes are new and well calculated (or genteel families : They command view of ihe river, with a beautiful intervale l nlcape termed by the meandering of lb creek immediately in front. There arc few plv which associate so many aiTunimnu oiir' quantitations for the merchant, mechanic or t urner. If not solJ at private tale before Tuesday th 21st Aril, it will on that day be offered at auc uon. For term,, &c. apply to PETER MES1ER, .10. sj ccaTcr - sixeei. Feb 20 ABRAHAM MES1ER a rOR8ALt, A conveakni t - tory brick frrmt BOUSE and LOT, No. 29 Ano - stracL On th premiss flier if also a comfortable back building, with 3 rooro baring fir - placs, and Z other apart - meaty and in th rear of th whole, is a car - penter' shop, about 50 feet in length. This lot, which ia Wi feet I inch in width, and 180 feet in depth, would be very (uitable for a manufactur er, a carpenter, a hvery - stabl keeper, or any Business liat require a good deal of rt tor terms, apply at No. 17 Burhog - slip, f DZ7 u ""t HkSlDKJtCt. ml GHhMJ ft ICU. WntS To he let. the boue and around frontinc on Creenwich Lane, belonging to the estate of we late eamuei iriiingan, ana at preteni occu pied by Mr. David Ely. For particular enunire of JOHN M'KEF. lumber merchant, foot of N. Moore - street, or of T. rKiNULfc, in tbe Bank of ftew - lork. len zhu HHK tHuOF &VJHK. Tn lef tuui imwuina first of Mar next. the lour story fireproof store, No. 34 South tt. between Coenties and Old - slips. Enquire of Ihe subscriber, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber - street. Iro II 9, u.iniu. sT" TO Lf . T, The (tor No. 20 Wall - itreet. - Apply at the (tore. febl9 tf Th (ubscriber will lease or tell the lot liiiiljand beiuein which be now lives in Lau reus - ttreet It is a pretty comfortable house for a rmull moderate family, having a ttone kitchen and cellar, two roomt on each floor and a bed chamber in the garret. Acrosi the rear of the bout there is a pleasant piara, built scarcely three years ago It hut a neat little garden about 60 feet deep, and a trnall stable, leading to which there i a gangway from the street Apply to A. U. Hub, No. 6Sr Wailiington - Mreet. Feb g tf J AMES TILLARY. roH bALE, REAL mnFERTf IK THE CITV OF RRW - VOHK A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. 11 iiowerv bi ADi.r. in ue rear locein er with the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and 125 feet on each tide. HOUSE and LO T No. 37 Vetey - itreet ; and Home and Lot No vesey - streel. A bON D unci MORTUAUE for 1300 dollars . do and do for 750 do do and do for 450 do On value hie property in the city of New - York. The ioierett hat alwuyt been punctually paid. r or particular! innune ni uie ouice oi STEFHEN P. LAMOINE, Art 10 tf No. S7 Wall - street. flFt &TOHK TO LET, Ur.isl The fire proof (tore No. 2 Gouverneur'l bune, (near Water ttrcetl it to let Irom lit may next. It hat four ttonet, bendei a large cellar and a very commodiout garret. Being attached from other buildings, there it no ntk from tire. 1'oisetiion mny probably he had, if required, be fore the lit May. Apply at S9 couth ttreet, to feb'2 IU JCKEIt k LAURIF.S. TO LET, From the 1st May next, tbe three - story brick house No. 18 Courtland - ttrnet, with or without the stable in the rear Apcylo J. k R. RENWICK, Feb 2 86 Wa,hingtnn - t. Home, Stable, Garden, Kr. al Urttnwtch, TO LKT. The tubtcriber will let or lease, for a term of year, hi home at Greenwich. It it pleasantly ntuiitedon the bankt ol'the Hudson, and calculated to accommodate a force family. Fol terms, apply to D1V1E BETHUSE, j an .m ux a i tireei. STORAGE. Morage may be had on the first floor of Die ilore No. 29 South - street, which will save the expense of hoisting. dec 26 A VALUABLE FARM, FOR SALE, in the town of Flushing, Quocui county, Long - Inland, titualed on Bay Side, 14 milet from New - York, and 2 12 from Flushing landing; from whence packet boats and ttage daily ply to and from New - York. Snid farm containi about 170 arret, 60 of which is wood land of variout kinds of timber and thrifty growth, .with two apple orchards, one old, the other not more than 20 years old, and con tains 250 grafted trees, all in full bearing and of the rhi ti est kinds of fruit and great variety there it about 2U graded pear trees, just in the prime of lile, consisting in part of the choicest kiudt of vergalucs, t. Germaius, and pound pears, aud 0 or 10 hn - . - lith cherry - trees, winch arejui - t beginning to dear. The remainder is uitably divided mtn lots ol mowing. Ullage and pasture, all enclosed in substantial fence and un der good improvement. The mansion house is HO by 41 tret, built m modern style, ol the best artteriali, and finished throughout, with a good kitchen und ceilnr, and it situated on an emi nence, commanding an extensive view of the bay and adjacent country. The court - yard and rtrdeu contain a great variety of lruit - treet aud 'hrubbery, hi:irngut beds, itrawberriet rasp berries, gooseberries, 'ind currants in abundance. Attached is large barn, theds, carriage house, crib, hen house, smoke house, and many other useful and convenient buildings, all new and in gtiod repair. The premises belong to Charier Cornell, Esq. late of Flushing, deceased, and cunil ines numerous advanihgts, of which it is deemed unnecessary to enter into a detail, at it is preumed no person will purenju - e without firt veivmg the premies. ror particulars aoJ terms, which will be accommodating, apply to the subscribers, on the premises, who Willgiv an indisputable title to them. ELIZABETH COIUNELL, Executrix. JOSHUA CORNWALL, Executor. Bay - Side, Flushing, ) Feb. 23, 1818. S Feb23 - 1m TO UK LKT, And imssession to be aiven immediately , or uii the Jit .viay next, the elegant house AO, 4J wau - sireei, or aay nan inereoi, separately, fo r oflk e or families. Enquire of Israel foote, mh 3 Nn. 41 Wall - street. irtTl F'JH. SjJ I.K .i T .4 1 'CJlOSf, HiSiH Bv Messrs. BLEECKER It BIB BY, at tbe Tontine Coffee House, on the 18th day of March, instant, at Ix o'clock, the house and lot of sround. the late residence of Doctor Archi bald Bruce, deceased, lituated at the corner of Greenwich and Liberty - it reels, with the ofhoe appertaining to it in Liberty - street. Tbe bouse and office are in complete repnir, and may lie examined by persons desirous of purrbating, between the hour of twelve and two, every day helore the tale. 1 1500 dollar of tbe purchase money may main on mortgage. 1 or further particular ap ply at the auction room, mh 3 dtt NUANCES BRUCE 7VI I.KT. r,.i " - - . sniiJ Tbe store and cellar under the main building of tbe hout No. 223 Pearl - street, and a three story nre - prool store in the rear, now occupied by the subscriber ; possession to be giv en on the 1st of May next Also, hit stable and coach - house, situated no Gold - street, in the rear of his aforesaid premises, posiestion of which ran be had immediately. Feb 2 tf JOHN I. CLOVER. TO LET, , From the lit nf Miv next, the lower rouuting room of No. 54 South - street. ALSO, The upper counting room, No. 71 South - it. Apply to JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. leb 13 57 Front - street - TO FARMERS. FT1HE snbtcribercan furnish the farmers of JL the adjacent country with ground Planter nf Pant in any quantity, oa the shortest notice, in barrels or otherwise. JOHN DYERS, Feb 53 tf Foot of Harrison - rt. N. IU FOR SALE OR TO LEASE. L 1 On accommodalkit; U mt, a number efl rater and building lots, near and adjommg the navy - yard, at Brooklyn. For particular, enquire of jn23tf Brooklyn. TO LET. From the firt of May next, a three tor v brick houe in Greenwich - tree, between Liberty and t.rMtrtianut - streeu. inquire ai 137 Creenwicli - ti eet mh d tt gTH FOR SAI.F., ETf !li The two - story brick front House and Lot No. 33 Cherry - rtreet For teim;, tic. apply at 76 Pearl - street. mar 3 rt TO LKT. k - l And immediate poiseision riven, the house No. 9 Peart - street, toeether with the tta hr aud Coach House in the rear on Bridire - tt. The premitet are in complete repair and hnve every convenience necessary lor uie arcomiro dation of a family. For particular apply to oc.t2K L. BRADISIf. TO LE Y, From the first May next, the store no. 79 couth street, tor ternm, apply to L. LF.FPKItTS, Jtm. feb7 28 William street PliljS'G - tTliEF.T XOTICF. NOTICE is hereby given to all persons in terested, that the Cornniltsionerb of F.s timate and Assessment, appointed by the Su preme Court or Judicature ol the ttatc or fcew - York, topcrfurm certain duties relative to the enlarcinfT of Spring - street, between 1 liompson street and Wooster - street, in the eight ward of the said city, have completed their estimate and assessment, as well of the lost and damage sustained over and above the benefit and advantage received by the owners of the lands and premises required for the said enlarging and improving Spring - street a aforesaid, as also of the bencht and advantage received by the owner and parties interested of and in certain lands and premises not required for said improvement And that we the twd Commissioners have deposited a true copy of micIi es timate and assessment in the Clek office of the city of New - York for the inspection of whomsoever it may concern and notice is hereby further given, that the report of esti mate and assessment will be presented tn tlie Supreme Court of Judicature, of the state of New - York, at the City - Hull of the city of New York, on Monday the fourth day of May next, at the opening of the (aid Court on that day, or as soon thereafter a counsel can be heard thereon. Dated New - York, March 3, 1818. PETER HAWKS, 1 PETER 8 1'AtiG, Commiisioners JOHN TARGEE. mh 4 14t N. SMITH DAVIE?, Late conductor ol the bisinci of Mr. Nathaniel Smith. OFFERS lor tale at hit Manufactory, No. 1 36" Broadway, at general and extensive an assortment oi periumc - ry and fancy arlic let as may be found in this city. Among which are Vegetable transparent having liquid, which makes a creamy lather and softrnt the beard Oil antique for cut ling, glossing, strengthening, and perfuming the hair, and preventing ll irnm lurning grey Fine cosmetic cold cream, h - r removing scurf, roughness all manner of eruptions, and chnp - froin the sain. Carbonic or charcoal dentifrice, chemically nrenared for Dreserviue tbe teeth and cum Vegetable rouge, for giving a natural colour to the complexion Pearl cosmetic, or face powder, for vvhltenin the kin Highly improved chemical cosmetic wash ball lor sonninc preserving;, ana oeauuiyine " skin, and oreventinr it from cliiiPlHUtr Superfine rose, violet, and plaiu hnir powder ; wananted to be pure and free from adulteration Almond paste, for washing the tkin Almond powder, for the same purpose Chemical dentifrice tooth powder, warranted Balsamic lip salve of rotes, forgiving a heau - iful coral red to the lips, curing roughness and chaps, and leaving them smooth and comfortable Celebrated Albion corn platter, to well known to he an efficacious remedy lor corns Highly improved chemical milk of rose, for preserving the skin, clearing it from scurf, redness, sunburn, and chaps, and lor the ute of gen tlemen alter (having Highly improved tweel scemta nam anu sou pomatums Pominade de Eratsc. for ttreiiEthrnire and promoting the growth of the hair, and prevent - ins it from couniur out Chemical abstergent lotion, lor the teeui ana Bun"' . - ... Aromatic loom pane, ior wnuening sua pre serving the t'eui nod gum runntd Alpine tnavvis: cages, mane on n cue mical principle ; and i so will known to he superior to most other soaps for soitning the beard and nromotine the oneralion of shavine Highly improved vioset shaving powarr, wnirn is particularly adaped to the uie of Travellers, being very portable, and io all respects an excellent artine lor shaving C - r flease be particular and observe, thai all Uie foreeoine article of N. SMITH DAVIE; manufacture, will have hi name upon them io C'jouer plate or true. Magnum bonum, ne phit ultra, refined steel, concave, and a variety of common rators, in c.a ses and tinele; britannia metal and glass sha ving hoxci ol various sues, suitanie ior snaring ctwes ; sl.avinir boxes, with glass, crush and oap ; do with glass, brush, soap and hnir brush, and a variety of common shaving boxes ; razor strop nf variout kindt, sizes, and quality : some very iraal! and nne iuitahle fur shaving cases; , i , i j . e. i - i j mines' jpannrn art snug case, luriunieu or un - furnishe I ; eentlemen'i morocco and mahncant dressing rases, furnished in a superior ttyle; Iu dies and gentlemen ran have the drawers of portable desks and toilette glasses fitted up lor dres - tine, in a tuperior style ; a handsome assortment ol ladies work boxes ; needle case completely furnished with needles of Ihe belt quality ; a variety of pocket - booki ; thread caret ; gill, phted ami tilk purses : ivory fine ccmhs of all sizes, soin extra superfine ; box wood fine combs ; tortoise shell, ivorv, and horn pocket combs : du rable ink .salt ol lemons ; tongue scrap, ri, tooth picks ; tooth pick rases and tweezers ; patent penetrating hair brushes ; by the slightest application, thry penetrate to the root of tlie thickest hair, tleansine from it all preipirable matter a - riting from excess or exercise, giving to the head and hair a sensibility of pltasmtn - ss not to he expected fmm the common kind of hair brushes ; hair brushes ; clothes brashes ; tooth brushes ; shaving brothes, with or without cases : nail brushes ; comb brushe s ; hat brwhrs, whisker brushes, with glass ; plate brushes and flesh brushes. These are Maple articles, of which there it an assortment on hand, equal, if not superior, tc any in the United States t a very elegant assortment of pen and pocket kmves ; line and common scissors and tensor cur ; fruit knives ; a variety of fine fancy boxes and touff boies; hair pins ; bodkins and black pins : pocil enses ana nui t lean iieuriis ; une swanonl suit runs powdr boxes and powder knives ; a variety ol handsome cut glass mu.i.iture hollies, for chains, necklace, 4c. with silverand gn!dcat ; smelling hottlts, with volatile salts ; aromatic spirit oi vinegar. 0 Large deductions made lo country storekeepers, wlio will find it much to their advantag - lo keep an assortment of Iheaniclesof N. Smith Davi1 manufacture, as thry are put upi:i tbe bett style, and made to suit any climate. Merchants will be supplied wholesale fur exportation, ruh 5 IO SPORI - MEiN. FORsalc, a very superior double tnrnl Fowling Piece, having been used but one yesr Patrick maker - Enqurcatthis offire. Bit) 1 POST COACH LINE ton PHILADELPHIA BI WAT or rOWLH - BOO . IMFORTAflT TO PASlor.RS. No connection with the port chaise line. PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED, AND OPPOSITION KEVIVLD. AN EW Line of Post Coaches with every convenience for patsengerH and baggage, on Springs TH ROUG 11 IN ONE DAY. Th. Post Conch m ill start from the Coach of fice, old No. I Courtland - street, N. York.evcyjr morning, Sundays excepted, at 1 - 2 pott 6o'clock, by way of Newark, New - Bruntwick, Princeton, Trenton and Bristol, and arrive at Philadelphia the same evening. ' ... ' Ih, Shmn lioat Lint INDUSTRY. Will start Irom New - York every morning (Pun - iln eicented at 10 o'clock, in the tjteam Boat Aalar.ta, from the north side of the Battery, lodge at Kingston, and arrive io Philadelphia next day to dine . United States Mail Coach, with a guard, with every convenience lor passengers and baggage, on springs. ThaU. S. mail coach will start Irom ll.e each offke, old No. 1 Courtlandt - strett, New York, every rta3 - 2 o'clock, P. M. and arrive at Philadelphia next morcing aioo'ciocn. viuy H ncfnf.eri admitted. For t. itsintbe above named Lines, apply to THUS. WHITFIELD, at the old established Ccach, Stage and Steam Boat office, at tbe old No. 1 Courtlandt - stiett, the (econd office from Broadway, New - York; to JSAAC BROWN, No. I Wasliington - rtrert ; or to A. T. GOODRICH & CO. No - 124 Broadway, corner of Ce - dar sirect. New - York. ftr All goods and baggage at the risk of the ownir. JOSEPH LYON, SONS & CO. N. B Expresses sent to any part of the Con - tinenl.hy THOMAS WHITFIELD. Jan 22 ('O. - T CHAlsh LINK. FOR PHILADELPHIA The POST CH AISE, with every convenience for ratf.'ngert and iht ir hagii'igeliliroujsn in one " . .. ... rnl i lit I) I day; will leave trie rosi . iiBincuiine, i io onmu - way, opposite the City Hotel every day (Sunday rxcetdrd) nt hull past 6 o'clock in the morn in?, by way of Newark, and arrive the same day at Philadelphia. The MAIL PILOT, in opposition to the Mail Coach, w:th superior n conjn.od.ttioni lor Pa - tengcrs and their baggage, will leave the ame every day (Sunday excepted) at half patt I o'clock P.M. will proceed before theMail.and cot subject tn the inconvenience ol (topping at the numerous Post Office on the r. ad, but every accciQmodalinn provided for the traveller, and arrive seme hours before the Mail at Pbiladel - nhin. Fart 7 dollarl. (rr Allg.iods and baggage althe riique of the owner JOHNN.CUMMING, Newark. JOHi GULICK fc SONS, Princeton. STOCKTON Si HOWELL, Philade'imia. JV". B. F.rnrrf iui loam part of ihe Lntltd SlaVn, fty I . BAKER CO. Feb 24 U. S. MAIL COACH FOR PHILADELPHIA, WITH A GUARD. Q7 The public are assured that thi line is eouul to anv in tlie U. S. for the convenience and comfort ol'the traveller. With the addition of tlie guard, the passenger may rest secure as to his liHgitage and person J taMy the coach ne - er being left whilst changing at the post offices, without a person on the box. The way mail Is put in separate bags und changed in the Euro ptan style. lbcU S. Mail Coach will start from the coach office, old Nn. 1 Courtland - st.eet, New - York every day ul x o'clock r. m. and arnve at Philadelphia next morning at 6 o'clock: onlyfJ patseneert admitted in tint coach. For seati apply to T1KW. WHITFIELD, at the old Coach and Stage Office, old No 1, second office Irom Broadway in Couttliuutt - street, or t" A. T. GUOimiUli U l o. io. 14 tiroadwav. corner of Cedar - street, New - York. N. B. Allgoodiand baggage at the risk of the ownert. J. LYON & SONS, Powles I'ook. WILLIAM G I' LICK & CO. Kingston. CHESTER BAILEY, Phiiudelphia. Lxprestet tent to any pail oi the continent hy jan '20 1 1 to?. WHITFIELD. feOUND STEAM HIM I' LINE. 4. CJgTI flMU". line will commence t3 J on Moiidav. the nil, avwusjii imp inst. when the Connecticut, my . .'. " - - f nt Bunker, will leave Nrw - liirk u.r Ntw - lluyen, nt H o'ch - ck. A. M Tne Fulton, Capt. Law, wid le - ,ve New - London for New - Haven :.t Uie same hour; both boats will leave New - Haven nt 7 o'clock P. M. on Monday The Fulton, Captain Law. for New - London, and the Connecticut, Captain Bunker, for New I oi It l hey will continue tn run during the seaton, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. (tT - Notice will be given when the Fulton will commence running at far at Norwich, mh 4 ' .i M KOOKLII, Aa. Jjui . v. corner of Fulton - s'reet, New - YorK, hav ing received a laree supply of tbc real JAPA?' BLACKING, of Day & Martin, 97 High Hol - born, London, offers the same, in wholesale or retail, for exportation, or home consumption, on terms the most liberal and advantageous to pur chasers. This inestimable composition, with half tlie u - sual labor, produces a most brilliant jet black, fullr equal to the highest japan varni - h; atford - pc - uliar nourishment to the leather: it will not sod the finest linen; I perlectly rre Irom any unpleasant smell; and will retain it virtues in any climate. A an inontmvertil'le proof of the superior excellence of this blacking, it ha stood the lest and commanded the mosi rxlenive rale iu all quarters of the globe, for upward - of half a reu - tury. Feb li NEW lMLTSIC. JUST ptihlisld hy WM. DUEOI3. at his piano forte and music store, No. 126 Broad - vav. Brnhnm's relehrred Polacca, arrnngrd n a Rondo, by Stcihell F avcrile Venetian Air, arranged as a rondo, hy l.etr.ur Paddy O'Carroll, with variation for the pian: forte, hj P. K. Moran. KINGS. O softly tlerp my Baby Ony The Last Tok - n, or remember me. Also, all Mr. Philip; s' Snncs to be had a a bov - . ftb 17 I0W uLn J.IM.1IC.1 HUM. puncheons high pror.f ntd Jimaira Rum, will be 1 - indedthi i'a - f - r - m slooa Knickerbocker, from Bermuda, iJe of Peek - slip, aad lorsaJuby TUCKER fc LAURIE, iff M. liv W - irVkir iKA. Mi lffsif i hi - Mar r .rS3A!H. Ftb 2.5 Nj. 29 South - it A dituniig pablic know how to diituraitb s. . ' hauiithiii.illiiilil.H.t DOCTOR IIORNK, firmrrt of the city or London, an mombcr of the faculty of pliti aod surgery there, deins it bis da. ty to reat some ontet - vation o the abuse of MEKCUKY. A rash, inuiKriminate, and imuali. fied use thereof, bo been prodnc - tive of infinite AaschicL Tw .' tauds are annually mercurialized out of exist. ence. i he disease we hnve in view owe it fa. Ul reiultt chiefly to thit tource. VVhat a pity that a young man, the hope of 11 cosjAtry, anj tlie darhng of hi parents, should be (o)tched a - way from all the prospects and enjoyments of lift by tlie consequence of oue unguarded moment, snd hy a disease not in it owu nature falal, anj wlikhonly prove o from neglect or improper tTea1ment." A gentlemar, (late Dr. H'spa - tient) now perfccLy hearty and well, nad bt under physicians of geneial practice, sit yeari, and repeatedly snlivatd; wlien recommended ts Dr. H. (hy a gentleman of thi city) hit bones were carious, and his flesh dropping Iron tliem bis friendt declared be could not possibly surviv t wo month longer. Thousand expenrueiitsJIv know with what ease and safety Dr. H. eradi. cei the severest caset. aad confirms the cooibj. tution. Tbe Doctor' plan (advertising) is Dt. cessaiy to guard the public cgainrt tlie abuse ( mercury, und other fatal delusion, held forth. Persons, therefore, having contracted p,j. vnte disorder, or utpecling latent poiton, r adnionislied not to tamper with their cetntit. tion, or conceal the disorder, till patt recovery ; others having the remain of an old car ' or other impurities of tlie Mood, a well ai other complaints of a delicate nature, in eitlier sex. should remember posterity, and do iuttic to their consciences, by making application to Dr. H. at hi old and respectable establishment, No. 64 Water - street, lour house west ' of Old - slip, to obtain that prompt assistance a. lone cak - ulated to prevent disclosure. And hers let me claim your serious Attention Rcuiembir a superficial cure ie no cur at all ; unless the bu - tinetsis radically done, you will certainly have the disorder break out again with redoubled ma lignity. at ome future period perhaps then will he too late for remedy. Don't yon often meet in Ihe streets miserable, mutilated beings, withonl even a hit of note on their face? Take warning, I beseech you. Dr. H's. character for (kill and stubborn integrity being universally known in this city, nne 1H04, guarantee to patientt that delicacy and secrecy hitherto unknown, and having confined hi practice for years past, exclusively to the cure of diseatci of the blood tyttum. thry may safely calculate on the most decided advantages in coa suiting Dr. H. Gleets eradicated in tw or three week. Stricture removed without bougie or any other instrument ; and all debilities t likewise all ' old ulcerations, fistula't Sic. A plurality of officet are prorided, and to iif. ated that patient are not exposed toeach other' observation. Open till half past 9 in the evening. All persons concerned are invited to be free in calling, and sneaking with Dr.H. which is tree of cost. And here the Doctor cannot avoid the expression of gratitude for innumerable rtcom - memlafloni, and for the decided preference (it I presumed with jutt cause) long given him by judiciou puhlic. N. B. All letter mutt be post paid, Dr. Buchanan. Aug 27 1v M.JJHEH OtwifCAAAF JVOt lMtUbl. Z'ttY. DIR. EVANS' superior method of curing a cer - . tain Disease, is now universally acknowledged in this city ; bis mode oi treatment is perfectly mild, iafe, ex - peniuous, ana hit Uiarges reasonable. In every m - itance he warrants a cure, and will return tlie pay if b . doet uot perform agreeable tocontrurC ,11 .nivwr. nviv. - iwaj, viiKnea, i There are mroy persons in this city and its i - . cinity, laboring under variout chronic di.eas - s, such a cancers, old inveterate nicer, scroala or king evil, fistulas, disease of the urethra, bladder raid kiduies, old complicated compianhi of a certain nature, bilious and other obstruction, rheumatism, to. which they consider iac ruble, they can certainly be cured (in general) hy applying at Dr. EVA NS'S Medical Store, Ne. 0, Perk - slip, having practised in exteiitiv hotpitalt in Europe 12 years, under some of th first Surgeons and Physician in the world, aad made those obstinate diseases hi constant study for 30 vcr. Oct 12 'l l.a . I r . ' I t wm.. .lw.m .L. r I Ml E puhlic it respect - L fully informed that the ELEPHANT now exhibiting at No. 298 broad way, will positive - iy be removed on or a - bout the 1st April next. Those that wish to grati - viewing; the wonderful fy (heir cuiiositj. works of nature, will do well to embrace this opportunity. Admittance 25 cent. mh i ii A COUjVJI.SO HOO.V .TO LtT. A pleasant ' and convenient Counting Room in store No. 29 South - street, from 1st May next. Apply to TUCKER & LAUR1E3. fob 3 fjy The subscriber having recently returned from England with an important improvement on the artificial spring LEG, he takes this method . of informing his friendt and the public, that all those who are so unfortunate a to be in want of a leg, or arm, they can be accommodated by applying at No. 77 Barclay - street, New - York. Jan 22 WM. PURVIS. sritesVjWKV'HTuspsinii ul LEE'S ITCH OIXTMEXT, WARRANTED an infallible remedy at on application, may be used with perfect safety on infants a week old, net contaimmj particle ol mercury.or any dangeron! ingredient whatever, and not accompanied with that offensive smell which attends the application of other remedies. . The above mrdicines are prepared and sold tt LEE'S Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden - LaPi md sold by S. CARLE, corner of Fulton aw Water - street. ' Druggist and country tore - keeper topphto on liberal terms. J" " NOIICE.. 4 LL persont indebted to the estate of Ruggl A. Hubbard, esouire. late theriffof the aty an J county of New - York, or iKenff, art i re quested to mako paymet to James u - 1 ' require, present sheriff of tbe city and cnntt New - York, on or before the 6rst day of May uext or after that period the bill remaining ue - paid will be put in suit. CATHERINE HUBBARD, Feb 11 SawtlViay Administratrix. PRIVATE LOTJG1NGS. A single genlle' man can be areommodated, wiih oneor t - o rooms, after the first of May next, r,",?J without loard, the room rumished or not, I a genteel and small family, the house " avd pleasant, and in a healthy part of tbe cityt about ten ni.nutcs walk from WaU - treet. - - For furlic - r ii.fuimution inqupe Rroadaav. t no. r feb3 NEW - YORK: PRI.VTKlt A.l PUBLISHED . MICUAEL BVLU.1M CO No. 42 I'm - TRKXT

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