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r oMiMn miiior; luiir rcaJv to re - TTcat - o ; 175 tons and will carry about :q caski Oaxtced. Apply on board, eaet stdo ny Market wf,or.0BTHUNE4co he 82 C. H.ilip. ItlM ftr rVlLMLYOTOX, A. C. Th. iskr AHKLINL PrleffTUDDer. 'master, will b ditpatched immediately. 1r.lSbtorpMg.app.ytociuEspiE) U2Froot - sL Vho cfler for tale, 100 bbli tar, and a parol of W. O. hhd staves, received by taid vessel Alto 200 bblt tupf. Richmond flour 55 hhds Richtaoud and Petersburg tobacco JO tierces rice; 21 bale oplaod cotton 5 hhds molassf ; 200 bag couee n .A I k:t. nnrl wine. Ill UDUf SnU OX. Madeira do ltlulM Claret wine, in boxe of I dozen eacu j .11 Atlnn lrel SIM.. . . : r rinirh Knn.li. conustinar of inu ff boxes, iWes, slate pencils, marbles, jewellery, Violins, ladies' werk ooxes, iuu6iw ..., Feb 24 For FREIGHT or VH UiTER, Tk. r.Mt uiiimr'scbr. SALEM, bur - unn hhU. has made buttwo vor - gfesand i now in readme to receive a cargo. For terms apply on board, at Pine - street wharf, - or to G. G. fc S. HOWL AND. feb 526 77 Washington - street v.r .iLti or CHARIER. lAXv The valuable fust sml'mir brig AG captain Harris, at Fly - market 'arf, mo years old, burthen 184 tons, will stow upwards of SW blids. i in all respect in excellent order, and will be ready to re ceive a cargo in two days. Appiy io Mi 96 ' 64 Soutlt - street, IXilt aALE Al THE ailif - lAUU Ut tup snnscfiiEER. a si .fin I', now building of the bett '. n,i.. - Wili. nhnnt 100 tons: timbers of live 'atr lnrnat and cedar: bottom plank Jerar j whiU oak, built on purpose wr vno ahw - tkf txiuie. ... a r W - l AH i r iAJi. mIamUIaJ A tany trtul where dispatch, burthen, and 7M .1 II 1 1 til au LUU3 taiLUMtcM A n.r;a,t,i. fiCHOONER. of 40 tons. . will draw but little water, wiUi a lee - Xl AiLlboard through the centra of her keel, and is eipected to tail very faat. Aim. ft hlllf ftl .MM I IDUfl. C2UCU1ICU y.for a Liverpool or London trader, (that c - rn i Hiueiia in tun me nurcnaaer. i ir , - Snnr. timber and nlank. Alio, timber tawed to bill for house building. nov6 U CHARLES BROWNNE. for Hah. trshl or Charter, The - ood brie Pi, AM EK, lf(7 toni .burthen, one vear old. itows 1500 bbli is a I'enr fast iailins vessel and in complete order to receive a cargo. Apply ou oora wbm. hub Buriinz - ilip, or to N. L. St G. CaiSWOLD, uch 5 86 South - st. t or Hale. 1'i etglit or Ctiarter, A new pilot bout tchoonpr, about 170 : tons burthen. Duilt in me nesi manner, coffer iaiteneJ,and in complete order to receive kcagd. Apply to H. L. ic G. GRISWOLD, . rob 3 86 eouth - itreet. for Halt, rrttfchlor Charter, A ut nilnt boat built schooner about i . 190 tona hnrthpn. hnilt in the best man ner ot rood materials, and copper faitcned, a f . I : i I ' " U - A very imm niiius; vessel, nnu waj un ku. .v ds at small eapenie Jipvij to N. L. Ai G. GRISWOLD, mch 3 86 South - st. FtrSAVANXJiH, The tiatliet shiD RISING STATES. .Tho. Swinburn. master, now loadiar at street wharf, will meet withimmrdiate pstch, havin a considerable part of her cargo engaged, t or ireignt ol aooui zuu idi. or pas sage, having elegaat accommodations, apply ou soara, or to GRISWOLDS k COATF.S, mh 7 .68 Soulh - rt. ti KU Al, AC tJvF puncheons Jamaica Rum, just arrived and landing from the brig David Kichardi, from i aimoutn, i Jam.i ana lor taie oy A. J). DUFF, 69 Washington - street AVho Ims for sale in store. L. P.Tenenffe Wine, ff'atley brand) inquar - lercasiis, importeu July, isio Do do inhhds. and qr. caiks, do August do Do do in pipes, hhd. and qr. casks, do Sep. temberdo 30 pipes, 100 bhdi and 230 qr. casks doeuti tied to debenture 45 pipes Cape Madeira Wine, thip'd in 1813, Irom the Cape ol Good Hope, and entitled to debenture Fort and old Lisbon wines, in assorted casks 59 boxes of claret wine 132 do grave wine and one cask card wire lebf tr JLjf - Qr. casks colracnar wine ' 130 qr caiks and 200 half do dry Makiga do 6 do and 14 half do iweet Malaga 150 botes Florence oil, 12 bottles each 40 bain Italian writing paper, Foolscap and 50 do printing do letter 14 hhds English glassware, consisting of wines ana tumblers assorted - 100 boxes anchovies and 50 do olives 1 box French kid gloves 1 do ostrich feathers, very rich 1 do engravings . 9 cases felt hate, 1 do chip do 40 bales Italian rasi. 500 marble mortars 23 caies marble slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sizes 5 boxes Naples slaving soap ' 1 do watch glasses 3 cases manna in flakes 100 bales Calcutta goods, consisting of Baftaj, putkah and nallipatty cossahs Chadpore, chomocollyjohouoa, luckipore and toogapora Sannahs, jnllapore and mow Checks, white, red and blue gillahs Madras pattern do Sootee and froctsoy romalf, for tale by CIJA3. L. OGDEN, and ABRM. OGDEN, x 6 Wasliington - sL Q7 VIRGINIA TOBACCO b FLOUR. hhd old Virginia tobacco 55 do new crop do do 66 Mil fine flour 15 domUdliogdo. For rale br . (.,VSQUES, MEURON t CLF.F.MAN, - IiH7 tf N. 72 Washinfton - st. PI IQTro nu A.ntc A CONSTANT supply of grow! p!aJer of mnrCi oarreis, tulUlte lor the ouiri - m 174 r .rJer with Walter Nexfn, No. rroni1. !!r','r'rnerof BuHing t ip. will bt prompO, tUndH , JOHN BYKR3. 'an 19 u cf ,,arri,on - ttres Ncrth - River. MOLASSES FOR SALE, id O O Hhds molasset, now landing from brig Agnes, from Matanxat. Apply to , ISAAC PACKARD, Feb 23 35 Froot - st. f BROWN, stone teal engraver aud jewel - JL . ler. No. 1C6 Broadway. Coat of arms, crests, cyphers, te. engraved on stone. ' ' A handsome assortment of fine gold seals. chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved with coats of arms, motto, and fancy devices. ' Diamonds, amethysts, crystah, &c. bought in the rough or cut to any form. Book ol heraldry kept with upward of GO 000 names. Jaa 7 3m HEMP, LEAD, PAINTS, &c Rottia hemp, in lots to suit purchasers 80 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - 2 to 6 8 cakt bar lead, 7 ton pig lead 50 bale India twine English tail and seine twine 3 casks Prosiuau blue, 5 casks Vermillion 3 hhds verdigris 50 cask French yellow ochre Dry white and red lead 20 boxes tin For sale by PETER SCHERMERHORN & SONS, 243 Water - street Also, 200 anchors, of Hunt's make, from 40 lo i'500 wt. Cables and cordage, of all sizes, best quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery. Feb II U I co'yyo.v, juuaccu, &.c. d JL bales prime Alabama cotton, landing from ff.hr Nassau 20 bales New - Orleans cotton ) per brig Fi - 5 hhd Keutucky tobacco ) uancier IN STORE, 20 tons clean St. Peter burgh bemp Russia duck, German ttcel, roll brimstone 15 cases tumblers 30 box Castile soap Writing and wrapping paper 1 case Leghorn bats, No. 20 a 40 Also, just received, '(5000 lb Havana coffee, in hbds. and A few hhds of rectified pure spirit, made from molass.es rum . For sale by JAMES D' WOLF. jr. Feb 23 57 Frout - st. LINEN J, DIAPERS, he. LSi C. SUYDAM, hnve just received per brig . Poonliinlas, from Dublin, and ship Thomas Wilson, from Greenock, for tale by the package li cases 4 - 4 Irish Linens 2 do 7 - 8 do do 5 do 3 - 4 btown Linens and Lawn 2 do do black do 3 do birds eye Diapcrt 1 do table do 7 boxes 5 - 4 Irish Sheetings 2 do 9 - 8 do stout do 2 do Lontt Lawnt 7 bales Droglicdu & Ducks 5 do Linen Bedticks. Also, A eeneral istnrtment nflhe above arti cles, opened for retail laics, at CI Maiden - lane, nn very lavomnie terms. leh 25 ti BOM U AZKTT3, assorted colours do all black do twilled, assorted colour, jntt re ceivedFor sale by OTIS 6 WAN, mctl 3 157 feart - rt. M1LI1AIIV LAND PATi.NTS. FOR SALE, an nnselected lot of 70 land patent, located in the Illinois Territory, aod directly from the Soldiers. Appiv to ISAAC ri. bl JOiJN, mh 10 tf No 39 Wal..trer t. Oll lLY MADEIRA WINE. 8 nines old Hi O rily Madeira Wine, imMrted in 1815, lot tale by TUCKER & LAUKILS, mh 1J onlh tlrei - t. I'KEL 26 bundle Swedish steel, for sale by HURD&SEWALL, mh 13 65 South - st. f APEK HAt.lM.13. AH INSKEFP, No. 3 Courtland - ttreet, in nrdiir fnrlnb. lh rmrMn. nlf.r. en ..i. t very reduced prices, hit remaining iinrk n( Pa per Hangings, rompri'ing an elegent assortment iur cny huu country sales. tan it iw MILITARY BOUNTY LANDS. 'Tk'E Subscriber will pay the highest price in JL cash to the late soldier for their bounty landt. JAMES D. WADSWORTH. No. 2fl Wlcr.ilrMt N. B. J. D. W. purpoiine to leave the city for iiiimm icimury, icqursn an mote wno employed bim to obtain tbtir patents, to call and iae un me same, or receive Uash lor them. Will take any agency business to the llli noi Territory, relative to Soldier claims, 4c. Apply at above. mch 10 D;C 3wt FHUIT and FOREST I REF.S. m. (gy - JAMES BLOODGOOD I ihatf.irtale at) hi Nursery, at I Vlushing, (L. I. near New York, f ta large asurtment of the most np - S" lXfproved European and Ameriiau f j tortt of Apple, Pear. Cherry, J Plumb, Pent h, Apricot, Nectd - ftjJJJJiIilkrine and Quince Trees, with au (nt.rtuiciii of rorest 1 rres. A very large assortment of Peach Tree, per fectly lieal i hi, and of vigorous growth ; cata loguet of wliich may he had of THOMAS BLOODGOOD, No. 06 Front street. W here order led will be particularly attended to, and trees carefully packed and oelivered free of freight, at Crane Wharf, New York. 07 Printed direction will be furnished those who purchase peach tree, which, if attended to, will enable them to preserve a large proportion of their trees in a healthy sUte, and to have peacnes in a great plenty a formerly, uh 10 dbc2w FRUIT, FOREST TREES, c. rZr$ ft - ? - BENJAMIN PRINCE t' iiav' 'or sale at liieir Nur. S TS,ery Flushing Landing. (L. I.) T - "j - DetLt Aew - York, their usual and jj ' " Js5 extensive variety of Europt an w'TJ ann Amencau r ruit and urna if menial I rero. Also, a laretcol - rj lection of valuable Shrvibs and K Plant ; they have seteral tliou - wBRSfe?s. ann inorulated I each tree, unci! are in the moit henithv.itate and tree fro - n any dutenr, great atteiiljun hat been paidto presere them Irom the yellows, which ha tie - stroyed so many tree of that kind throughout the United States. Catalogs of which may be had ol Messrs HULL. & boyvim,, no. 140 Ptarl - trect, New York, or at tlieir Nursery. Orders forwarded to cither place will be irume diately attended to, and toe trees, tic. carefully and tecureir pat Ked, to at lo be tenl 10 any part of the United States, with the greatest safety, and delivered at Crane wharf; New - York, by water free of frt ight. Alto, for tale at above, 1000 beautiful Balm of Gilead or Silver Fir free, they are almost tore to live when transplanted. j - As Uie great lot 01 Peach Tree by dit eite. have detered aanr from planting them. directions will be riven to those who purchase them, which if attended to, will enable them to E reserve their trees in a healthy ttate, and to ate Peaches ia at great plenty at in former Year. N. ft. Peach tree innrelated on Almond or Plum stocks, is no itreveatalive egaim the disease, which the Penasvlrania Atrit eiiural Socie ty, call tb yelk). , to 14 UiCfjt, fHlfRSI .NUMBER. - '491 3 THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1818. NO. - 12 - PINK - STREET. FOBT. For Sate, freight or Charter, Tk. f - ..t milm? bri? SAILOR BOY. JOHN B MURRAY & SONS oiler for tale, ia lot to suit purchasers, at No. 113 Pearl - street, 1U0 ur.caikJ sherry wine, old aod lit for family ut 500 case superior margaux claret, vintage pi 60 cases old hock flStl 15 cask bottled brown stout, 7 dozen each 10 do assorted apothcciiriti glsuwar 1 cat silver eyed needles t do pint 20 casks containing an assortment of Hardware, Cutlery and Saddlery 5 caskt card - wire, No. 30 a 33 20 case English sheathing copper, 28, 30, 32 20 ton old sable I ron (ox. 5 do English bolt, octagon and flat iron 6 do llanca and Spauiih block tin 7 do iiig and bar lead. mh 16 2w FLOUR 200 bbl ol Flour, landing Irom brig Mount Hope, from Richmond, for lale by W.tMS. CRAIG, mn 10 04 r roni si reel. OLA I E. 1UU square I HooticK slate, most - k5 ly large tixet and of good quality, for sale by HENRY LAVERTY, mh 16 tw 163 Pearl - street. l - OBACCO 60 hhd Georgia Tobacco 01 iu - I nerior oualitv. landin: from Briir Naurv. for sale at 67 South street. mh16 CAMKRELF.NG& PEARSON. MUSC;VADO SUGAilS A MOLASSES. THE tubtcribert offer for sale the cargo ol trie hri. Eliza, consittina: of prime ouahtv Mus covado Sugars aud Molasses, now landing on rierno. 4, Norm mver. O. O. K 8. HOWLANU, roll 16 77 Washington - street. TURKS ISLAtiD SALT. THE subscriber are authorised to contract for cargoes of salt, deliverable on toard at Turks Island Bills ou America will be received in payment ; and importer of the article will secure to themselves considerable advantages by making con'.ract here. TUCKER & LAUK.IES, , mh 16 29 South - street. CI OTTO N it SUGAR. 19 bale uperiorUp M land Cotton 27 boxes while Havana Sugar, suitable for re tailing, for tale by t.Ol U. 1 ALlUl I. mh 16 ; COTTON U TOBACCO 25 Lalet Sea - Island Cotton, and VI hhds. first nualilv Georeia Tobacco, landing and for tale by 98 Pine - ttreet. IN STORE. 34 bale Sea Island, and for tale at above, mh 13 2A ,Vtil 'lAO PHWl I AG tA fER. 4 4 Ream royal printing paper 100 do medium do do 200 do foolscap writing do 300 do letter do various qualities 40 groce press papers. For sale by COLLINS Si HANNAY, mh 14 Iw No. 230 Pearl - st. FMIJOHNS. 500 Demijohns, containing about 4 eallonseach, very strong and well covered, for lale by tub 14 77 Washineton treet. Gr.ATfiA, UUARDIXG. FRANKLIN HOUE Thi new, ipaciou and splendid lluilding, situated in Broad way, the (Treat and futliionabie street dividing the centre of the city, at the corner of Pey t. will be opened by tiie subscriber on tti 1st ot May next, lor the reception ot Hoarders. It is fitted, and will be furnished in a man ner not surpassed, for convenience and ele gance, by any pi ivale dwelling in the citv. It occupier, the most eligible situation, being centi al, in view of th Park and City - Hall 1 the upper apartment overlooking the whole town, commanding a view of the adjacent country for a eircumfcre' ee of 50 miles, including the Hook, the Nai lows, and the r (arbour ; and it is believed that no House in the counti y et - cellfi it, either for elegance ofctmcttire or situation ; and no expense having been spar ed bv the owner to make 11 complete for the purp - te, in every respect, it will offer to ladies and gentlemen, and fan. ilietvisiung the city, the most genteel, pleat;. n and ret'ueo a - part ment The choicest of Wine and Liquor will be funuahed, and no 'rouble wr expense will be spared. to make the entertvinmtntplea - .,nt, rare ana excellent This evahluhmenl it intended exclusively fur Genteel Boarding MRc MB PERSON. feb 24 D&C tf jT TO LKT. UmJ! The stores and cellar room of lliose 3 story house No 10 and 12 on Brmd - ttreel ; and a new two story noute ro. U on new tinsel, immediately in the rear of No. 10 Broad - ttret t, fit lor a genteel famliv, heiiitrnew. Also, a good house at Greenwich, and one at Hailvm. with two aod a hall acret of Ground, near Mauhattanville. Apply to UHAS OAKLEY, 141 Front - tt. rah 12 tf 3 I. FT. The House No. 70 Broad sf n et, with the odice, ttore - house, and liable contiguous, aud appellaining inerero. TO LEASE. For a term of years, in lots or parcel, that part of Roe Hillitule on the 2d, 3d, and 4th avenues, on the 23d, 24th, 25th, SBth, 27th, 2Hth, and 2Ulh streets, which belongs to Mn. Ann llo gen. For particular, apply 10 JAfflZ.3 A. II A Ml LI UN, mh 13 tf Nn. 3 Law Builc mis. JUrRCH.l.WS HOTEL, To be let, those elegant and spacious bi ildingt, No 41 and 43 Wall stn et, formerly occupied by Mr. Solomon D. Gibson, either to - getiieror aeperarte. Possession will be given im media ti ly, or n the first of May next Apply 011 the premise. mh 12 'it Lt - T, The (tore No. 20 Wall - treet. Apply at (lie tiore. ten ia 11 It) LET, gi uc new lines aiorc no. oumrsi. . I ' l ts. 1 c . Apply to T. & J. SWORDS. Feb 14 fifiL 1J LEJ, jiil A Tavern and Store in Flushing, at pre - tenl occupied by Mr. Wm. i - baw. Apply to mhetl T GIBBONS. iO f.ET, A counting touie on the lower floor, No. ?y couth tlr. - et. A large r.ew Are proof store to Govemeurt' - lane, next door to Water - street Apply to TUCKER k LAUklES, mh 11 29 Sontb - ttreet tVR SALE, A very pm6tab!e FARM, of 110 acres, t. iiiird under cultivaum, the n ndue wood land, situate f n the tea shore, quarter of a mile below Uie narrows, 00 tiie Stateo IslanJ tide and a short nde irom the sic am boat ferry landing1 : t gives a very e xtensive view ol Uie tin and en virot to New - York, within the NarroHt, and of sandy Hook and the ocean . or prospect is equalled ly notie. 1 he title it uaquettionaOle. 1 wo thirds ol Use purchase ui jorv raav ressaia tecered upon the land. Apply to A. V. D. Foun tain on tue premitet, or to W. A. aEELY.liSGreenwich - ttreeU TO LET. a conrer.iei t w t slorv house. adjoining the ative, with a garden and abut an sere 01 lani. t or lerm apy at nosr. th 3 edtf a FOR SALE OR TO LEASE, On rcommoUatine terms, a number of water and builJiog lots, near aud adjoining the navy - yard, at BrooklyDi For particulart. en quire of SAMUEL EVANS, JaoSftr Brooklyn. O TO LET, From tile first of May next, a three ttory britlj, house in Green wich - ttreet, between. Liberty and t'ourtlandt - ttreett. Inquire at 137 ureenwth - rtreet. mh 3 tf 1 FOR SALE, lai'.iS'rhe two - itory brick front House aod Lot No. 33 Cherry - street For terms, Sic. apply at 76 Pearl - ttreet. . mar 3 HtSIVEJVCt. al GREEM ICH. To r - e let, the house and grounds fronting ou Greenwich Lane, belonging to Uie estate of the late samoel Miingan, and at present occu pied by Jvir. Uavid My. For particular enquire of JOHN M'KEE, lumber merchant, foot of N. Moore - ttreet,or of T, rKliSiiLL, w the bank ol Aew - lork. febSHtf FIRE FRoOF b'tfjRE. T let and possession first of May next. the four storv lire Droof tore. No. 34 South - t. t'fou between Coenties and Old slip. Enquire of the tubscriber, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber - street. feb v tr a. i' criAiu. O'l'he subscriber will lease or sell the lot and hens in which be nnw lives in Lau - rous street It it a pretty comfortable house for a small mod rate lamdy, having a stone kitchen and cellar, two rooms on each floor and a bedchamber iu the garret. A crow the rear of the boos there 11 a pleasant piara, built scarcely three year ago It hat a neat little garden about 60 feet deep, ind a small stable, leading to which there 1 a gangway from Uie street Apply lo A. U. Uutt, 3lo. 09 Wasmnglon - iireei. Feb 1 f J A VIES TILLARY. rOR SALE, no sansiiTi iur tsik citv nWMEW - lORK 4fwl A BRICK HOUSE and l ot No. II El!! D liTilll L1 i. Ik. ..nslli. er with the LOT, 44 feel front, 42 fett rear, and l . Iui An am h til rlo HOUSE and I.O f No. 37 Vetey - ttreet , and House ana L,oi no - u vcsey - sireei. A tiONU BOdOlUUlUAUf. lor izuu oauart do and do for 750 do Ar nnrl An fnf llo On valuable property in the city of New - York. The interest hat always been punctually paid. rVI UUIIl.UIOIfl IIIVIMIIO. .IW VHI. O - l STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, def 10 tf No. 17 Wall street. huH S.1 hE. 11 oeven acres 01 innu 111 iich - uiimwii . . ... 1 j li. ... - 1 .... - l 1 - 1 miles from this citv. On the premises are a good dwelling - house, barn and iowi nouie, a Ihrilly yoeng orchard ol grafted iruil, aguiden with asDarai'U'. iieus. snru 'iiery 01 uooscihtiv currant and strawberries, with a well "f nevei f illing - iMira soft water, well calculated lor slit tillinir. The stage paw every day to New York; a vessel twice a we. k J r ing only a quantr 01 a mile Irom tiie landing.' Enquire of HENRI lHhVt,S, 158 Jfroadway. Alto for tale, a good substantial light waggon, calculated for une or two horses; to he sisvii at Sandfnrd' l.ivery Mablet, Broadway, near Ilea ler - street. r.nquire as anovti. nin 1 iu Hmue, Stable, Uutdtn, kr.at Vrtenutch, rr 20 LET Kilt The subscriber will let or lease, for a teuu of year, ht house et Greenwich. It it plea - . 1 .7. ...J ... .. l. - .w. I. . ...tk. 1 1 .. .l.r.n 4 saniiv ihuhuuiil uir uaiiM. ui uie iii..'ii, w.. ra riilelsnioatcommcnaien lance iuriiiv. ww ermt.applvto DIME BETHUNE Jan 3d 92 Wall street. oTi a VAI.UAbLL FAh.i, 5j ..5 FOR SALE, in the town of Flushing, Q.ii.cu county, Long - Island, situated on Bay Side. 14 miles from New York, aud 2 I 2 from flushing landinr; Irom whence pai ket boats and slaiji s daily ply to and Irom New - York. .taid farm coutaiu about 170 acres, 60 of hi' b i - wood land of various kinds of timber and thrif ;y growth, with two ap"ple orchards, one old, il.e nth' r not more than '20 year old, apd con - taius 250 trailed trees, all in full bearing and of the 1 hi iceit kinil of Iruit and great variety ; th - re it about 'M grafted pear trees, jiit in tht prime of life, coMisling iu part of the choicest kinds of rcrgalues, SI. Germain, and poun) pears, and 8 or 10 English cherry - trees, wmcn are just brgimilt.g to bear. The remainder is suitably divided into lot of mowing, tillage and pasture, all enclosed in substantial lenr and under good improvement. 'I he mansion house it 30 by 41 leel, built in modern style, 01 me nest material, and finished throughout, with a good kitchen and cellar, and is situated nn ah eminence, commanding an extensive view of the bay aud adjacent country . In court - vp nl and garden coutaiti? a great variety ol iruit - treri anil shrubbery, asparagus beds, strawberries raspberries, goosel errie, and currant in abundance. Attached is a large barn, studs, carriage house, crib, henhouse,' smoke bouse, and many oilier uicful and convenient buildings, nil new and in good repair. The premises belong 'o Charles Cornell, Esq. late of Flushing, deceased, and combines numerous advantages, of which it is deemed unnet cuary to enter into a detail, a it is presumed no persou will purcha - e without fiVt viewing the premise. For particular and term, which will be acAraimodating, apply to the tubtcribert, on the premise, who will give an iodiaputable title to Ihrm. . ELIZABETH CORNELL, Executrix. JOSHUA CORNWALL, Executor. Bay - Side, Flushing, I Feb. 3. 1818. S Feb23 - lm TO i.h.T, i 1 ne srnre anil cellar unnrr uin wain rwl . I , I A . . 1 . .. ' tuildmg of the house No. 223 Pearl street, and a three ttory fire - proof store in the rear, now occupied by the subscriber ; po - session to be giv en on the 1st of May next. Also, histtahle ant coach - house, situated on Cold - Mre - !, in the rear of his aforesaid premises, possession of which can be hail immediately. FrhS tf JOHN I. CLOVER. rfTt H' LEJ. iif.tJ And immediate po - esion given, the house No. 9 l ean - street, together Kith llkj tta hie and Coach House in Uie rear 011 Bridge - t. The premise are in complete repair and have every convenience ne - eiry lor the accoiiilnu dation of a family. For particular npply lo , - 00120 L. BRA DISH. rri TO LET, : A large convenient modern bnilt houv, coach house and improvmeatt, (with or witlmut an eatei.sire kiUie ii garden and back loll irora On - first of May next ; situated on the corner of the t rtt Avenue ami 1 irt street, near the corner of North and Allen tlreetn, and about one mile from the t .ly Hall. The tiluntion it eievated aud healthy, and in every respect suitable lor a genteel family. On the premitet it a well ol most excellent water. Apply to COKNf.LIUS UUMUI3, Feh S tf No. 3d Front rtreef. L TO LET, Ji?i2 That convenient and elegant House, corner of Broadway and Broome - ttreet. ALSO. A neat bove with a large garden, fronting R, - ntdway, between B!eecker and Prince tt. Apiv o. 4 Bowliny - gTeen. tab 14 2 fn LAW VUILUI.'GS. ( VJ - iil Two office in Law Building No. 3, to ne rented. Apply oo the premises. 10 JAMES A. HAMILTON. Eta. or at No. 59 Brouduay. feh 2Sdtf On JO LtT HniaJ From the first of Mav next, a front count ing room on the second floor, together with the upper ioiu. Laquir no. 167 re ail streti. , ln Z4 tf O i l) LET, The three tory brick dwelling, 27 Nor folk - street Enquire of COX & .VONTAUDEVERT, Feb 13 U6 Wall - . JO LET, A two storv house, with a barn and five acre of land, situate about two and a half miles Irom the city, opposite the arsenal. To a perton woo i in uie naun 01 attending market ami would cultivate the land a an earlv vccetahle garden, it is an object. Rent 200 dollar. Ap ply ai a Broadway. mh B tf TO LET, From the first May next, the ttore no. 79 fOuth - iireet. For term, apply to L. LEFFEKTS, Jun. fcb7 28 William - street TO LET, The following Houses, vix: 'I he house No. 95 John - street The bouse No. 97 do The house and store No 395 Pearl - street The house and ttore No. 1SI Cherry - ttreet JAMES W HAW, feb 21 No. 5 Bowery. 70 LfT. Those two Gre proof dwelling Houses. No74 and 76 Mott street, about len minute walk from the Coffee House. I hey will be put in complete repair, nnd well calculated lor gen ttel families Apply at No. 137 Water - street, mh 1 1 tf 7D LEASE, lira Irrm uf orari, The houe and lot No. 20 Cedar tn - t t containing six room with tire placet, ttetide the kitchen, paBtnet, vaults. Ac. ana a wen ei good water. Forsale, the unexpired term, eleven years, of the lot No. ti 'J Muri ay street, in the occupation of William flatters hi, on lease Horn the fcpisco pal Church dust. Esprit, imimre 01 - J. W. ic W. C. MULLIGAN, frh 25 dlf No. 41 Pine - itrett. S?A f.H LIABLE PROPERTY. lr!?si Forsale, Uie Dover Iron Manufacturing LTiaTilisliuient, iu the county ol Morris, and slat ol New - Jersey ; consisting ot a rolling ana tutting Mill, in good repair, which work two pail of roller and cutter, shear, tic. all al the tame time 1 a valuable forge with two fiiet and out hammer in good repair ; a alock nf coal aud ore on hand, tuificitiit lo make lift) Ions of iron 1 a good sow mill ; a cut nail factory in good iepair, unicient totmploy thirty men, and may ne extended loeuiphy one hunilred more ; a brad cut - lii." mac hint - nnd a alcel furnace intooil repair; convenient to tho woik i a store and a nuujbei I hnnsti for the arcommodution ol luuulie, and rutllenl stal ling lor tram that may tie nucei tary 1o keep lor the uk of the establishment ul to. firi - hnrd. naiture and meadow lot, imuie dialely ndoining the work, with timber land in any quauuty, noi exr.eening iwo inautana uve hundred acres, within three miles of aid work. 1 he eieat vein ol iron ore. commencing ai me noted ruck aiunny mine, runt more than X miles through this tract, and three minus are now open. from which the forget are tupplied wiUiore, and more mav he opened and ore raited to turpi v work lo any extent ( the mine are within two rnilet of laid workt, and good roads, to that the ore can be raited and delivered at the forge at two and a halldoilan perton. . The above de rilied works are tiluated on Kockawav River, about eight miles from Mor - rittown. twenty live miles Irom Eliiabeth Iowa, aud abou the tame distance from Newark, with good turnpike roads leading from said workt lo each place, in a pleasant healthy situation, and in a good neighborhood, there being two Presbyterian Churches within four mires, and a friends' meeting house within two miles ul saia place. This stand for collecting bar iron fur the slit ting null is very commanding, there being uearly ore hunrred foige fires in I lie county ; most nl them are on ihe ttienmt above Dover, and the iion. in going to New - York market, can ct.nve uienily past those workt. At this mill Ireiuenily imir loot 01 bar iron have been tut and bundled into nail anil spike rods in a day. and upwards of one imiiqien ions 01 nans nave been maue in a year. A huge umount 01 goods may be told al this place 111 exebangt lor but irou, procuring tup plies. &.c.i:c. There are valuable t iu both a hove k below on this tract, u which more works may be erected. ALOW. That valuable wrll known fnrro. lying in the township ol Randolph, about Iwo miles irom Do vcr, and six miles lioui Mornstown, and witiiiu otie qunrler ol a mil) ol the Uoion turnpike road, near Pleasant v alley, 1 ailed the Distillery Farm, containing ai out three hundred acres, anout one lourthpartol which 1 excelleul meadow, one fourth part plough and pasture land, and the re - luau.atr nmoer. i rousineranie pan 01 toe umber it ol the original growth, and it suitable tut wing, the other part it thrifty young limber. from lilli en to twenty yea it grow in mere i.re hi laid farm upwards of ix hundred apple trees, in fine order, eight to sixteen years old, Inn moil 01 them ol trailed fruit, and more than hall o them Hanson arph t, so I.iujous lor cider. The meadows are flat and free Irom Hone, through which runt two lively stream ol water, and near ly the whole mny be watered. One al Uiete streams is ti.fiii ient lor a grist - mill or other works ; there are taw mill, a griit - mill, a ful ling mill and oil mill, on the tame dream. Oo aid larin are two valuable scitet for water - work, a convenient cheap place to erect a short dam, and rait a coniiderahle pond, with twelve or filieeo feet heed. Below thii the water can lie taktn into Mce, nnd ia let than twenty chain, on good firm ground, is more than twenl tVetfall. in this way the water ran be worked twice over with Uie expeiite of only one dam I here 11 on laid farm an exteuuve cider mill with four preasr and citterns, houed and well honiietl Willi iron, luftviti t to hold twelve hen dred barrel nl lider. Connected to the rider work i the lill - houe, io conveniently situated that the whole oieratinn it completed without pumping, I be water lor condensing tie tpinu i upp jed from a never lading spring, wiUnn six rods ol the slid house, and ha utticieiit head to run into lliecia'eni The building coo - ist of two small frame dwellings, on good irame barn, 54 leel long by 26 feel wide, under a part ol which is a good cellar ; there are also hey houte, cow ihed, Xc. ALSO, Valuible proj ertyni Longwdod, lo the lowo siiip of Je(Jeron. tn mile (mm Dover, on Inr mum hraisch ofltot k - way Hivr, cooti.ling W - very valuable lorgn. wilh two fire and one hammer ; abundance 01 wate( Use wln ie i ar, a lre i.ond, and a v.ry warm titualioo. ami M hfteeti year. Pint ha made a much ir n a an two fires in the county. I be ore 1 within foer milet. end a port of the mad turopiked. I he everal tract conmctcd with tin ettublishne - nt arnoent ailn - gether lo about loiirlteu htindredfatre, the great er part timber, to make a durable tepply ol coal i.,r ih lorew. Imiuedintely aJjoiiiiiig l be forge 1 very valuable plow and meadow land luflkieiit fo - liiree ruruis ol r iiehuinlrej acres each. wiUt housra, orchafl aud barn, betide several good dwelling for the faibihei that Biiy be employed 10 working titc large. Tiie whole or any part of this very valuable property will Iwtoid at such pi ice and credit at will make it worthy U attention 01 an ertoo wishing to pu'riutie. For farther iulormutioa enquire of JACOB LOSEY. ot iXver. ISRAEL CANF1ELD, at Morristrwn. BLACK W ELL bi M'tARLAN, atN. York ftkSID&CU i TO t.t.T, ' From the 1st of Mav next, the lower counting room of No 54 Souih - ttreeL ALSO, The upper coontmg room. Nn. 71 South - st ApP'J to MMfca' lWOLF, Jr. 'eb 13 57 Front - street a1u lOi.El .U RLOOMIMUUALE, Utti The house and groundi beloneine to the estate of John Shaw, situated on the eighth ave nue, un the premises are an excellent double - house, atabsV, couch and ice house, with ever thing else requisite for lucb mi eslubhshe.mt. ft it presumed any other description is uuncex - tia - . ry, a tlioie inclined to rent will view the place. Also, the large fireproof ttore in the rear of houte 1 1 and 13 Pearl - itrect : where there it foe - tale tome old Madera Wine, by the Demijoluu r or luitiier particiuwi, apply 10 , Aiy nl. OtlAVT, Jan 29 11 Pearl - street. f KEAL EbtAlE FOR JfALfc. Uril Two 2 - storv brick house and lot, situa ted Not. 37 A 39 Vesey - itrect. Alio, houeand lot No. II Powery, near Challiam - square, 44 feet Inut by 125 deep. AU on accommodating term. For particular ap ply at No. 332Gienwich - t. Jan 15 tf r OR SALE OR TO LEASE, li.il Lot in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Ward 1 man ni whicb are on regulated and pave! streets. Ne money will be requirtd under k.0 yeart,U oM uittreit excepted. Motor. t Several two and three story hoaset, ea which t, great irt of the mnury reuiuin oe ntortgage. LANDING AT KED HOOK. An excellent stand lor bus. net, with ten acre of land, pleasantly tiluated, with a wharf, ttore - houte and barn. CO J TON and WOOLF.N MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acret of land, hndta never tailing stream, upon winch 20 mills ntay b elected, with a sufficiency ol water for each. Apply at No. 2 Greenwich street jan I3tf . iT - A J - OR SALE, lilail A bouse ol two stories, with piazta ia nut,'in good repair 1 containing about thirty four acres, situate mi Throgi Neik, and reai t the farm ol Abijah Hnminond the land bring highly improved, and containing a gicat variety ol the Inst chehies, applet, iieur and peii hes, in great abundance and in lull bearing the ad joining watelt affording ample lupplie ol fish. then ana scale, wmcn ai a iitiaii exprin e may he led from a creek to lle upland, and detained in a pond lor daily use a mackerel and bar fishery being also attained thereto, and whereat one draught ol a small seine have been taken mackerel which told the next day lor one hundred and twenty tlollara - in point of prospect, health and profit this site it no wheie exceeded - distance from New - York about lourteen milet. Alto, lour Mi of land near the above - - ! wo lying ou the Sound, containing lorty five acret, and bounded on two titles with waters fund of n excellent Qualify, with an orcbard ol four hun died apple trees, including the best sorts for table use : and lor cyder, the Virginian crab, Eng lish hagluecrab, white ttjre, toccagee, lox whelpt and while lot.r, with eighty berry tree the - black lartarian ircnmuiriided by rcrtyth being, one, lu iront of these lot are taken bait, black; hah, perch, inullett, king fii, platen, solet. mac k - erel, iiotgy, pike, tmelt, whiting, et ti, and occasionally sheepthead and ld, with weak - hth and monhadden In van uDuudance t btdtoi oytier. superior in quality 10 any marketed 111 the city lie very near uieir more, wim creu anti lain, whilst the adjoining hay and creek in the winter tea tor. abotmd in black ducki and broad bill, and oi ne timet ate teen Uie canvas bacloaod wild geese the land nHordiiig woodcoc k, quail and snipe. The tiluntion cannot fail to please in every retiiect (and the land raty always he kept in high order, al a trifling xpenne by sedge aud sail uicadowt attached Uie re to, and sea Weed driven on its shorts. , Also, two other lots, one containing ten tnd the other til teen kite. Time Ion command an ex tensive view of land end water; are altogether tuitshle for tmall rural ret eat ; toil nl the belt quality ; Hhd contain about one hundred and fiity cherry I rets, best sort, and lour hundred ppp trees, mott approved for table and cyder, all ia full bearing, and lo each of the loti will bealo Inched de acrei of sail meadow if wauled. Also a lot, containing liny three acres 1 about eight in w ood. This lot it about lourteen milet) Irom the city, and one iroui the church 01 the town 0' Welti Iu sit r. If tbenbove prnn - rty it) not diioed of beiore wt dnesdny, the first of A' pril next, the tme 00 that day will be sowl at. pehiir aiHtioe, altlie 1 online toiiee House, at twelve o'clock, i n act omuiodating lertLt. aito paymenta, in both eaten. For further inhjtrna - 11 m.ai piy to 1 tig.ur.i.in. vt. rMSJt.it, r.su. rvo. ti tfroaii itret t, or near toe prtnutes to the subscriber, lcb24IApl PHILIP I. LIVINGS1 ON. VALUABLE PROPER! I. The sulwcriber offer for tale valuable faini, 73 miles from New - Yor k, ly iiig 7 uiiWe south of Pnuglikceptie, on the pott - road, wahia 1 4 of a mile ol (lie mull 011 lh rail ol V appm - gcrVCreck, and in the neighborhood of lateral landing from which tloop tail weekly. It contains 1 10 acres of level, lerlile land, wilhayounr orchard of graOed fruit, wood sufficieat fbi fuel. and all iu good fence. I be bouse contains tei ral room, hat a good barn, and all io excellent repair. Its situation being 00 an elevated plain. renders the place not only healthy, but present from the dwrljing a delighuul Inland prospect. Also, another lot ol 4U acret, contiguous to the . above, nod bounded southerly by lh fall of Wappucers - treek. J Iw land u lerlile, in ex celleul Cence, aud of easy cultivation. V bat render Ibis pronrty valuable, it, that it may be) made place of celebrity. There b already recU - d on the fall a taw - mil of great cajcity, a carding null, which enjoys Uie custom ol the neighborhood, betide several other (tile for factories, unoccupied. The whole fore of lh creek can be dive red with a liftl expeoceto as to drive a rang of mill ou a level plet of ground just below the falls, and accessible by " tMT navigntiooi where factorie of every description. wiUt every facility of power ana rBouorHiuui, can be consl rutted. Alto, a flour - mill, of th rt rla, lb mill - hoase b large, with 4 run cf Burr !oms, and calculated Inr 6, with new machinery for munnliuniiir wheat Ac. wilh an elevator for raising gram from vewls into Ibe upir loft ul the mill. Connected with (lie mill 1 a large tore house for tioring wheat and floor. - 1 With the anil will be tuld 5J acres of el lent lanJ, ou whicb it situated Are dwelling houtct. a large barn, hay house, carriage house, com crib , hovels, ire. a Coeper's shop calculated for 20 hatwis. - Two of the houte are new and well calculated for genteel families : They command a view of the river, wi'.h a beautiful interval) land.?ipe formed by the meandering of the creek immediately In front. Tlsere are few place which associate te many tjcremasndatiog quali&catioM for the merchant, mechanic or farmer. . If not told at private tale before Tuesday tb) list April, it will on that day be otered at auction. Foe term. &c. api W te PETER ME6IEB. No. 95 Beaver - street Feb 20 A RR 4)1 AM MESIF.R. i O LEi. l.'jflAud ttotseHion civen en the first of May., Uie iKMise No. 48 Broadway, together with a brick fire - proof Hable and itoie W lb rear frod.ing ou JJew - ttreet. .... p n . 'I '1. . . a Alto, the adjoining Don ". ow. 1 aauufactory in the rear, to be removed ea thai Utef April - l orterniieppij JOHN SLIDELL k CO. mch 11 , Bo.W Brodtrmy, - - ) ' (Ir l i . i : t' ' i !!.' 1 .; . - i.tl 1 1 f : 1 t in W - i . - 1 r ! i r ; Mi fi'.v. if 1 t - .t f! J i, i m ' .? - ts - 1 H ; r ' v. t r

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