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NEW - TOM EVEMI NUMBER 4922 TUESDAY, MARCH 24, I81G. NO. 42 PINE - STREET. THE WPOST. For Sale. fretirht r Charier. The fist sailin? brur SAILOR BOY. Jj. Rodman, muster ; uow ready to re ceive a aro ; 17a ton, ami will carry anout 600 caski IfaxseeJ. Apply oo board, tail siue tlf Market wharf, or to . D. BETHUNE tc CO. mh 2 MC.H. slip. re - H tLMlAGTOff, JV". C. The schr ADELINE. PelegTupper, .matter, wilt lc dispatched immediately, For freight or passage apply to R. GILLESPIE, 1 1S Front - st. Vihn rRnn Cir tale. 100 Will ta, and a parcel of W. O. bhd staves, received ny saiu vessel Abo 200 bblssupf. Richmond flour 55 hhdt Richmond nd Petersburg tobacco 20 tierce rice; 21 bales upland coltoa 55 htids molasses j 200 ba;t coffee u i .ml white tmrt wine, in hhds and qr. Madeira do do casks Claret wine, io boict of 1 dozen each A .mull hT rntton laces Ao invoice of Dutch goods, consisting of snoff boxes, slates, slate pencils, marbles, jewellery, violins, ladiet' wor Dozes, coiogue waier, oic Feb 24 for fRkKiHT or C7i, . The fust sailing schr. SALEM, bur then 1100 bbU has made but two voy. aees. and is now in readiness to receive a car go. For terms apply on board, ut Pine - street wharf or to G. O. k S. HOWLAXD, feb 26 77 Washington street. for sALK or The valuable fast sailintr br,ir AG - LNF.S9. enntain Ha.ria. at Flv - market whartTtivn veara old. bur'hen 184 tons, will tow upwards of 300 hhds. is in all respects in excellent order, ana win oe reaay to receive a cargo in two davs. Apply to N. L D. T. LCOlT, feb 26 64 .South - street. ftili Ah.'. .tt 'Hit. .tHif - VAtiU Uf THE SUHSCHlHER, A SLOOP, now building of the best vta5 materials, about 100 toii9; tiinbnrs of live .' JgJJoak, locud and cedar ; bottom plank Jersey white oak, built on purpose for the Alba - ' ny trade. f A SLOOP of 50 tons, calculated for 44any traJe where dispati h, burthen, and jjjjjieaty draft of water is required. A periagua SCHOON ER, of 40 ton , vivrl s Jraw Dut 'll"e water, with a lee - JiaJii board through the centre of her keel, and is expected to sail very fast. Also, a SHIP ol yiiO tons, calculated Lfor a Liverpool or l.ondou trader, (that .can be finished to suit the purchaser.) nr" Spars, timber and plank. Also, timber awed to bills for house building. nov6 tt CHMU.K.S BROWNNE. tor Huk, freight or timber. The good brig PLAN I ER, 1H7 tons .burthen oneyearold, stows 1500 bbls is a try fast sailing vessel and in complete order to receive a cargo. Apply on bo..rd west side liurliug - slip, or to N.L.&G. GRISWOLD, mch 5 , "6 Pf.nth - t. for Snie, freight or Charier, A new pilot boat honner, about 120 tons burthen, built io the best manner, copper lattencd,itnd iu complete order to receive a cargo. Apply to N. L. G. OR I? WOLD, mh 3 86 Sm - th - ttreet. for iiule, freight or Clutrter, A new pilot hxu built schooner, about .120 tons burthen, built in the best man lier u good materials, and copper fastened, a very fast sailing vessel, and may be scot to sea at small expense .Apply to 19. L. A G. GRISWOLD, mch 3 86 South - it. forx.irjifrjYjiH, The packet ship RISING STATES?, .Thos. S winburn, master, now loading at Piue - - lreet wharf, will meet with immediate dis - pstch, having a considerable part of her cargo engaged. For freight of about 200 bbls. or pat - sage, having elegaat accommodation, apply on board, or to GRISWOLDS k COATES, mh 7 6K South - st. Cf RUM, Ac. JvF puncheons Jamaica Rum, just arrived and landing from the brig David Richards, from Falmouth, (Jam.) and lor sale by A. D. DUFF. 69 Washington - street. Who has for sale in store, L. P.Teneriffe Wine, fPasley brand) in quarter catks, imported July, lHIti Do do in hhds. and qr. casks, do August do Do do in pis, hhds. and qr. casks, do September do a0 pipes, 100 hhds and 3130 qr. casks do entitled to debenture 45 pipes Cape Madeira Wine, ship'd in 1813, I'nro the Cape ol Good Hope, and entitled to debenture Tort and old Lisbon wines, in assorted caskt . 59 boxes of claret wine 13? do grave wine and one cask cardwire feb 7 tf M.oJJ Qr. casKs colmenar wine 130 qr casks and 200 half do dry Malaga do 5 do and 14 half do sweet Malaga 150 boxes Florence oil, 12 bottles each 40 bales Italian writing paper, Foolscitp and 50 do printing do letter 14 hhdi English glassware, consisting ot wines and tumblers assorted ) 100 boxes anchovies and 50 do olivet t 1 box French kid gloves 1 do ostrich feathers, very rich 1 do engravings 9 cases felt hats, 1 do chip do 40 bales Italian rag, 500 marble mortar XJ cases marble slabs, veined and statuary, ajsorted sixes 5 boxes Naples shaving soap 1 do waich glasses 3 eves manna in flakes 1 100 bales Calcutta goods, consisting of Haftas, putkah and rallipatty cowans Chadpora, chomocolly Johanna, luckipore i and soogapor 9anoahs, jullapore and mow Checks, white, red and blue gillahs Madras pattern do Sootea and fructsov romr W, for tale by CHAS. L. OGDEN, and - ABRM.OGDEN, Blc' 6 Wrwhinon - tt. 37c yiR(ilJM TOBACCO & FLOUR. hhds old Virginia tobacco 55 do new crop do do W Wj fine floor 15 lo middling do. Tor rale bv r . ,VAQUEi', MEURON & CLEEMAJf, J 7 ,f No. 72 Wa'hinetoo st. Df inrttn.. . i ai"At,T '"PP'y. f fftl plaer f marfcit n 'W""it, snnnnie rr ?n? ttirn " m left,'h Warf NMej. No. pronintlv .ii J' cornef pf "ill b "iptlrstteartHto JOHN BYF.R?. Jm I a l HarrisoQ - ttreet, Rcrth - Riw. JfOUISiiES FOR SALE. Hhdt molasses, now landing from brig Agnes, from maianzas. Apply to ISAAC PACKARD, Feb 23 35 Front - st. f1 WROWft, stone seal engraver audjewel - JL ler, no. Ida ISroadway. Coats of arms, crest?, cyphers, &c. engraved on stone. A handsome assortment of fine gold seals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved with coats of arms, mottos, and fancy devices. Diamonds, aiuethysts, crystals, &c. bought in the rough or cut to any form. Books of heraldry kept with upwards of ou,t names. Jan 7 3m HKMP, LEAD, PAINTS, Kc. Russia hemp, in lots to suit purchasers 80 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - 2 to 6 8 caries bar lead, 7 tons pig lead 50 bales India twin English sail aid seine twine 3 ca.kt Prussian blue, 5 casks Vermillion 3 hhdt verdigris 50 caks French yellow ochre Dry white and red lead 20 boxes tin For sale by PETER. SCHERMERHORN k SON?, 243 Water - street Also, 200 anchors, of Hunt's make, from 40 to 2500 wt. Cables and cordage, of all sites, best quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery. Feb 1 1 tf I LUTlOX, JOUACCU, e. l X bales prime Alabama cotton, lauding from Nassau 20 b - des New - Orleans cotton per brig Fi - 5 hhds Kentucky tobacco nancier IN STOIIE, 20 tons clean St. Pe'.ersburgh hemp Russia duck, German steel, roll brimstone 15 cases tumblers 30 boxes Castile soap Writing and wrapping paper 1 case Leghorn hat?, No. 20 a 40 Also, just received, 16000 lb Havana coffee, in hhdt. and A few hhds of rectified pure spirit, made from niolusce rum. Fur sale by JAMES D'WOLF, jr. Feb 53 5" Front - st. LINKNi. DIAPKRS, cc. L& C.t - UVDA.M, have jutt received per brig . I'nrahonlas, lom Dublin, and ship Thomas Wilton, from G ret nock, for tale by the package l J inset 4 - 4 Irish Linens 2 do 7 - tf d do 5 do 3 - 4 brow n Linens and Lawns 2 do do Mart do , 3 do birds eye Diapers 1 do table do 7 boxes 5 - 4 Irish Sheetings 2 do 0 - 8 do tnut do 2 do Ln Laivnt 7 bales Droi;hr da & Ducks 5 do Linen Bedtkks Alto, A issorlment nflhe above arti cles, opi i.ed for x (.til sales, at 61 Maiden lane, on very favorable (fir.s. fob f 5 tf BU.vJUAZKT'J'tf, akonrted colours do all black .. do twilled, assorted colour", just r eived Fortnleby OTIS it SWAN, mch 3 157 Pearl :v;ii,i; aky land patents. 17 OR AI.E, an d lot of 70 land pa - V tents, located in lh, Illinois Territory, and bought directly Irom the Soldiers. Apply to ISAAU II. PI. JOII.V, mh 10 tf No. 39 Wall - street. l II.V MAuLlllA WINK. 8 pipes old bi - city Madeiia Wine, imported in I81.', for t.ilu by TUCKER & LAUR1KB, mh VS Zrf soiith - tirwt. St KKL - by 26 ouudl.s woilidi lc.'l, fur sale HURD k SEWALL, 65 South - t. u.;i 13 JOHN U VIUtiKAV 6isO.6 oiler ir .ale, I in lots to suit purchasers, at No. 113 Pearl - ttrr - et, IUU qr. casus sherry wine, old and tit lor lam; - ly use 500 cases tuprrior margaux claret, vintage of 60 cases old hock 1811 15 casks bottled brown stout, 7 dozen each 10 do assorted apothecaries glnisware 1 casesiher eyed needles 2 do pint 20 caiki containing an assortment of Hardware, Cutlery and Saddlery 5 caks card - wire. No. 30 a 33 20 caset English sheathing copper, 28, 30. 32 20 tout old table Iron or 8 do Knglith bolt, octagon and flat iron 5 do Ranca and Spanish block tin 7 do fig and bar lead. mh 16 2w LLAXltED 17 bbls. Flaxeed, lor sale M V IILNDEKSOV Ac t'AlKS. mh 5 81 rine - ttreet. ' I 'OBAt LO tiuhhslstieorgial'oliaci'ooi su - I. perior ijuality, landing Irom Brig Nancy, for talc at 67 South ureet. mh 1 6 CAMBR ELENG k PF.A RSON. MUSCt;V,DO SUGARS 4 MOLASsKb. rr,HE siihsi ribert offrr for tale the carpooMhe J. bri . F.lisa, conisting of prime quality Muscovado nicri and Molasses, now landing on Pier No. 4, North River. G. G. k S. HOWLAXD, mh 16 77 Washington - street. TUHK ISLAM) HALT. THE subscriber are authorised to contract for cargoes of salt, deliverable on board at Turks Island Bills on America will be received in payment ; and importers of the article will secure tn themselves considerable advantage! by making contracts here. TUCKER LAURIF.S, mh 16 29 South - street. CIOTTON c 6UGAR - 19balet tuperiorUp - land Cotton 27 hoxet white Havana Sugar, tuitable for retailing, for tale by N. k D. TALCOTT. mh 16 COTTON il TOBACCO 25 bakt Sca - ltl - and Cotton, and 33 hhds. first quality Georgia Tobacco, landing and for tale by SAUL ALLEY, 93 Pine - ttreet. IN STORE. 34 bales Sea Island, and for tale at above. mh 13 DEMIJOHNs. 500 Demijohns, coouuiing about 4 gallons each, very strong and wed covered, lor sale by G. G. ft S. HOWLAXD, rah 14 77 Wsshing - tnw street. ENGLISH IRO.taodt'PlkLS 4uivit ! Iron, assorted fixes 100 caks Spikes, from 4 to 6 inches The former entitled to drawbar k. for sale by HENDERSON k CAIRNS, tnh13 81 Pinr - street. QEKRaOUKLRs, 4c 3 bales yellow striped O eerHcker bait blue baftas, entitled debenture, for salr by P. REM3EN el CO. mh 10 TTOUK Hundred tons first quality Nova Ato - JL tia Plaster for sale io loU to suit purchasers Apply to WALTER NEXSON, 174 Froot - t. corner of Burling - tlip, or to J0HX DYERS, foot of Harroo - t. lach 17 Nafta River. 266 NOTICE. frt - The tubtcribcrs havini received a gene - ralassigniDent of all the estate of John Marray Soas, for the benefit of creditors as expressed in the assignment, have authorised Peter Lad - low to liquidate the unsettled accoents and le receive payment el all debts due to the said fii or to the individual partners who wilt alt tad. to uie same amit omce, rto. 1 1 1 l esn - street. WILLIAM BAYARD, feb 54 tf HENRY BARCLAY. TO LkT. IliiUl And possession riven on the first of May next, the spacious and well known stand, the union tioiei, no. ou William - street, tor par ticulars enquire ol Air. Vanderbilt, no. 07, op posite, rah 16 iJjl An elegant front store No. 29 Chat ham - street, calculated for a dry good or other store. Apply at the ortice ot NATHAN B. GRAHAM, No. 17 Chatham - street. Suitable fixtures will be let with the store. mh 0 Iw JV LET, The Store and Cellar of house No. 56 Psail - ttrcet, corner of Broad - street, suitable lor a mechanic or grocer. Apply at mh'20 Iw 76 PearUtreet. Tu Lf V OH LfAHH. From the 1st May next, on reasonable tenus, a largt convenient dwelling house, opposite Love Lane, near the two milestone, Bowery, at present occupied by Professor Adrain: wi ll calculated for two families, having two kitchens, with Brooms, pantries and vault, a stable and coach house, a well of tood water and two cis terns. II hat a very large garden, well stocked with shrubs and trust trees ; potsetiion of which can he had on the 1st April next. Also to rent, a eentcel 3 story brick house No. 49 - Greenwich - street, with tr without a stable in the rear. Apply at Ha. 456 lreenwich - st. orto HALstY II GOSMAN, mh 21 tf 34 Old - slip. ' TO LKT, Those two Gre proof dwelling Houses, Nu 74 and 76 Mott street, about ten minutes walk from theConee House. I hey will be put in complete repair, and well calculated for genteel families - Apply at No. 137 Water - street. mh 1 1 tl niS The property at Brooklyn, belonging to the ektate of Lary Ludlow, deceased, consist ing ol a new three story brick house and lot of ground, a store house, formerly occupied at a distillerv. a small frame building and lot of ground, and two vacant lota adjoining the above premises, nut propeny it tiiuaien wiiuin a lew rods of the steam - boat ferry, on the road to Pierpoiift Distillery, and extendi Irom the lull to the river. Alto to let, from the first of May next, the hnupe and lands on the hill, in (he rear of the a - bovc described premises. The house it well a - dapted lor a private Inmily or for a public bonce. The situation, Irom itt elevated position, commands a very extensive and beautiful view ol the city, the East River and Hay of New - York. The grounds surrounding the house (about five acres of land) are iu a high state of cultivation. For terms, apply to mh 21 tf No. 59 Willinm - tt. More and Home tn Broadway, Will be let. to a good tenant, for three years from the first of May next, the house and store. No. 206 Broadway, Deiwren j - uiion ana Uohn - street. It is one of the best stand in the city may be viewed between the hours of eleven and iwo oxiock. Appiy ior terms anu particulars to JUDAII 7!U(T35, mh 21 lw 91 Water - street. O 'JX) LET, From the first of May next, aa excel leulhoute, out - houses, and grounds adjoining, possessing: every comfort and convenience for a genteel lamily ; situated on the lirit avenue, near North - street, and about one mile from the City - Hall I he renj will be low to a good lenani. For further particulars apply at Uie store of the subscriber. No. 135 r ront street. mhI12w CORN. HLBOis. NOTICE A BOUT the 14th of December last, a person XT. with a lot of Carpenter's Tools and a Skiff ISoal, was apprenenaea ai we .'ewr - l)oi k. which he was otTerini fur sale. From the coiite'sionoi'the man little or no doubt remains that the tools and skiff were ttolen property. This it to give notice that the owner or owners ot said proerty ran have it again by applying to ICHAr.OU CARMAN, at laid dock, bv proving the tame and paying charges. And if no porsoo appears in a reasonable time, they will be told at the law directs. Newark, Dec. 29, 1817. mh I12w WH EATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. '"IMIE long and successful use of this ointment J. is a sufficient recommendation, as it nas been found to be a pleasant, tafe and certain remedy for that disagreeable disease in all its tta - ges. It It lor tale in the city or New - York, by J. A. k W. R. Pott, No. 41 William - street; I. tl T Clark, No. b5 Maideo - Lane ; H. H SchiefjV tin At Co. No. 193 Pearl - street; Law. rence k Keese, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hull k Bowne, 146 Pcurl - street ; R. k L.Murray, 313 Pearl - street ; J. M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - ttreet ; John Penford. No. 4 Fleti her - itreet ; Duryee k Poe, in Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, 18U Greenwich - street; John P. Fisher, 106 Broad way ; Walter 4i Seaman, corner of Chamber - it and Broadway, and alo inCbatham - ttreet ; and in short it may be procured at most of the Drug nmrra in inis ciy - tisu in riiiinuriniin, ui a. Wilherell it Sons ; George Harrell , North k Ro gers, and almost al the druggitlt in the principal townt in the united Maiet. LIKEWI8R, WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERS may be had at the ahove places. tan TZ dm NEW iMUSIC. IUST puni.shed by WM. DUBOIS, at hit I piano forte and music store, No. 126 Broad. BV, BVahaoVi celebrated Polacca, arranged at I Rondo, by Steihelt Favorite Venetian Air, arranged at a rondo, bv Latour Paddy O'Carroll, with variation! for the piano lorte, by r. K. Aloran. SONGS. O softly sleep my Baby Boy The Lat Token, or remember me. Alto,. all Mr. rmlippa bones to be had a a - hove. feb 17 Ur AN I ED a situation in a school or pn vaie family, a female of respectnbili ty, who has been accustomed to teach wiiting, arithmetic, geoeraphv, tic.. Any lady in want ol mch a person, will find the advertiser worthy of notice, having been in the aonve capacity id England, and can produce tatitfactory referen ces, r or lurtlier particulars enqaire ol tfie pr io ter of ibis paper. feb 21 i. ati is. rnKacn asid iraLfasr LAacvAfcES t 1 R. CAsATI, formerly president ol Uie i.vl Alheneusof Trevisi, and perpetual serre - taryoltne Academy ol Kelles Ueltres. at Ve nice, kc. offers his services a teacher of the l.a - tin. linlian and French lansuaret. in antdi - miet. boarding schools, or private lestont. He woa'd have bo ihieclion to take board in a repecta. hie private family with pupils, in order tn perfect them ii the language. Sufficient referejiret will be given. Any commands addressed lo him (to the care of Messrs. Bernard Moodno, No, 20 Maideu - Lane) will meet with imroediaie attention, mh 20101 FLOUR 200 bblt of rlour, landing from brig Mount Hope, from Richmond, foe sale by W. t a - CRAIG, tub IS 84 Front street. e VALUABLE PROPERTY. The subscriber offen for sale a valuable farm, 73 miles from New - York, lying 7 miles toum oi rougndeepsie, on the post - road, within 4 of a mile of the mills on the falls of Wappin - fer's - Creek, and in the neighborhood of several landings from which sloop sail weekly. It contains 1 10 acres of level, fertile land, with a young orchard of grafted fruit, wood sufficient for fuel, and all in good fence. The bouse contains several rooms, has a good barn, and all in excellent repair. Its situation being on an elevated plain, renders the place not only healthy, but presents from the dwelling a delightful inland prospect. 1 Also, another lot of 40acres,coutiguoustothe above, and bounded southerly by Ibe falls of yvappingeri - Creek. 1 lie land it fertile, in ex - oellent fence, and of easy cultivation. What renders this property valuable, is, that it may be made a place of celebrity. There it already e - rected on the falls a taw - mill of great capacity, a carding - mill, which enjoyt the custom of the neighborhood, besides several other scites lor factories, unoccupied. The whole force of the creek can be diverted with a little expenre so as to drive a range of mills on a level plot of ground iust belcw the falls, and accessible by an easy navigation ; where factories of every description, with every facility of power and transportation can be constructed. Also, a flour - mill, of the first class. The mill - house i large, with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated for 6, with new machinery for manufacturing wheat, kc. with an elevator lor raising grain from vessels into the upper loft of the mill. Connected with the mill is a large tore home for stnnug wheat and flour. With the mill will be sold 53 acres of excellent land, on which is situated five dwelling houses, a large barn, hay house, carriage hoiue, corn cribs, hovels, Ac. a cooper's shop calculated for 20 hands. Two of the houses are new and well calculated for genteel families : They command a view or the river, with a beautiful intervale landscape formed by (he meandering of the creek ftmmediately in Iront. There are few places which associate to many accommodating qualifications lor the merchant, mechanic or farmer. If not sold at private sale before Tuesday the 21st April, it will on that day be offered at ant - lion. For terms, &c. appfcy to PETER MESIER, No. 25 Heaver - street. Feb 20 ABRAHAM MEPIER. fun ha lit., A very profitable KA RM, of 1 10 acres, two thirds under cultivation, the residue woodland, situate on the sea shore, a qnarter of a mile below the nanowt, on the Stated Island side and a short ride from the steam boat ferry landing. It gives a very extensive view of the bay and en virons of New - York, within the Narrows, and of sandy Hook and the ocean ror prospect is equalled by none. The title is unquestionable. Two thirds of the purchase money may remain e ure upon the hind. Apply to A. V. 1). Fountain on the premises, orto w. a. stM.i, l.w wrcrnwirh - street. TO LET, a convenient new 2 story house. adjoining the above, with a garden and about u acre ol land, t or lermt apply at atiave. ih 3 eodtf fX TO RmT, UflJl The Assembly Room, with the adjoin ing apartmentt, in Ross's Buildings, No. 146 r ulton - sireei, next io ine corner oi u roadway. The premises are well calculated for a large school, for public meetings ortocietiet ; the large room buing upward! ol Ml leet in length, and n - bout 2i leet in breadth, with a 14 leet ruling. The whole, at to situation and tixe. is well cal culated for an auction establishment for furni ture and other tales. The above will be rented for any term not ex ceeding seven years from the lit of May next. enquire oi Uie lUbtcriber no. iu ruM n street. mh izdtf n. k. huss. rOR SALE, URAL fRorXRTT IU TBI CIT OF RKW - TORK. A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. 1 1 Bowerv STABLE in the rear togeth er with the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, and 125 feet on each tide. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 V esey - ttreet ; and House and Lot No. 39 Vesey - ttreet. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollars. do and do for 750 do do and do for 450 do Oo valuable property in the city of New - York. The interest hat alwayt been punctually paid. Por particulars inquire at the office of STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, dec 10 tf No. 27 Wall - street. laiilj A home of two stories, with piaxia in front, in good repair ; containing about thirty four acres, situate on Throgt Nee a, and near to the farm ol Abijah Hammond tne land neing Highly improved, and containing a great variety of the belt cherries, applet, peart and peaches, in great abundance and in lull bearing the adjoining waters affording ample tupplies of fish, Shetland scale, wnicri atastuaii ex pence may lie led from a creek to the upland, and detained in a pond for daily use a mackerel and bass fishery being alio attached thereto, and where at one draught of a noall seine have been takeu mackerel which told the next day lor one bun died and twenty dollars in point of prospect, health and proht tint site it no where exceeded distance irom new - lorn anout lourieen miiet. Alto, four lott of land near th; above two ly rng on the Sound, containing lorty five acres, and bounded on two tides with wnlen land ol an excellent quality, wilh an orchard of four hun dred apple irees, inciuoing uie ikh uri lur in - b e use : and for cyder, the Virginian crab, Kng Inn hagloecrab, white styre, toecHKe, lox whelp and white sour, with eighty cherry trees Uie black tartanan recommended by Forty th being one. in iron i oi uiee lois are lanen oast, ninca nth, perch, inullctt, king - fih, plaice, soles, mack' erel. uorcv. l - ike. smelt, whiling, eels, and occa tionally sheep head and thad, with weak - fish and manbadden in vast abundance ; Dens oi oysters, unerior in Quality to anv marketed in the city, he very near their shores, with crabt and clams, whilst the adjoining bay and creekt in the winter season abound in black ducks and nroaa oitit, and tome times are seen the canvass back and wild eeese the land affording woodcock, quail and snipe. The situation cannot fail tu please in every respect : and the land may always he kept in high order, at a triding expense by sedge and tail meadows attached thereto, anu tea wetirun ven i mi its shores. Alto, two other lots, one containing ten and Ibe other til teen acres. These lots command an ex tensive view of land and water; are altogether suitable lor small rural retreats ; soil ol the liesl uuality ; and contain about nee hundred and nlty cherry trets, best sorts, and four hundred apple trees, most approved lor table and cyder, all in full bearing , and to each of Uie lots will be at taclied fire acres of ta!f meadow if wanted. Alto a lot contHtnuii buy three acret ; about eight in wood. This lot it about fourteen miles from the city, and one from the church of the town of Westchester. If tiie above property is not disposed ol before Wednesday, iw urs in fiord next, the same on that day will be sold at nnlilir ftUrtion. at the Tontine Coffee House, at twelve o'clock, accommodating terms, as to payments, in hot h cases. For furllier mwisv lion, a.Tly lo FRE DERICK DK PEYSTr.K, r.ta. fo. S4 nroaa - sireei, or near uie i"' to the .ufwriber, art leb24tApl I'HILII - I.MU 'UJ'" t TO LKT, ill 11 Afwl Immodiate nossetlion given, Iht house No.l'earl - etreet, together wiihihesiai ble aad Coach Heme ia Ibe rear oo nnwee - y . The d remises are ia complete lepair aad have every coevenieece necessary ior use toh,iiiw dattoa of family. For particulars apply lo oct 23 - L. B RaDISU. TO LKT, Tint convenient and elrirant House. corner of Broadway and llroome - slreet. ALiU. A neat house with alarm ranli - n. fmntinir Broadway, between Bleecker and Priucrs st. Apply No. 4 Bowling - gi een. mu 14 Jw HoUtt. blablr. tiuriirn. iirtnui - trh. tX TO LET. tiln.fti Tim iitia.jhA. m.;ii l.t a. l.a.a fnp . teiui of years, Ins house at Greenwich. It it pleasantly situated on the banks of the Hudson, and Calculated to aCCClllimfulHli. A p'nr terms, apply to DIV1E BETHUNE, ""' - " S2 Wall - street. eUll IWILUIMUS. Two offices in Law Hmhli net Nn. ft. Ifl be rented. Apply on the nremises. In JAMES A. HAMILTON, Esq. or at No. 69 Broadway. f.t. tnt.ii e sf Q JOi.Ki A t bl.O&MlMihALK, The house and (rounds lielonninir la Ihe estate of John Shaw, situated on theeiahih ave nue, i in the premies are an excellent doi - hle house, stable, coach and ice bouse, wilh every thing else requisite lor such nn establishment. It it presumed any other description is unnecessary, nt ihore inclined to rent will view Hie uluc.e. Also, the large fireproof store in the rearof nouses 1 1 iinn i.i rean - street ; where there it for sale snme old Madera Wine, by the Demijohn. r or luruier particulars, apply io AIMil m. fcllAW. Jim 29 II Pearl - street. tUu isALK OH IO l.t.sli,e,. II Lots in the 5. 6. 0. and 10 Wardt: many oi which are on regulated andpp.ved streets No money will be required uuder ten years, if sold, imeieii txcepieu. HOUSES. Several two and three story houses, nn which a great pari or tne money remit in on mnrfgugu. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellentttand for busitics. with ten arret of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, storehouse and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, wilh 40 arret of luud, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may be :.L ...r.. ... i eiccieu, wiui uiinn ui y oi water loreacti Apply at jnn 13 If No. 2 Greenwich street. f OGWOOD. 4(1 tool Cam peach v Loewood. LJ landing nt pier No. 10, from brig Recover. and lor sine ny JUSr.rH usntmiN, mu a i fntith - slreet. ey.t LLvi lil.t I' HI) ft. Hi 1 . For sale, the Dnver Iron Mnnufacturins Esiablisliineni, in the county of Morris, and tluti of New - Jersey ; lonsisling oi a rolling nnd slitting Milt, in good repair, which works two pair of rollers and cutters, shears, iiv. all ut the same lime; a valuable forge with Iwo tires and one hammer in good repair ; a stuck of coal and cue, on baud, sulTicient tn make filly tons of iron ; u good saw mill ; acut nail lactory in good repair, sufficient to employ thirty men. und mav he ex tended to employ one hundred more ; a brad cul ling machine and a steel furnace mgood repair: convenient tn the workt ii a ttore and a number of houses lor the accommodation ol lamilits, nnd excellent ttabhng for leitmt that may he necessary to keen for (lie use of the establishment ; also, orchards, pasture and meadow loll, imme diately adjoining the works, with timber Und in any Cjiianlity, not exceeding two thousand live hundred acres, within three miles of said works. 1 be great vein d iron ore. comment ine at the noted Sucknsunny mine, runs more than Z miles through this Iract, and three mines are nnw open, from which the forges are supplied with ore, and more - may he opened nnd ore ratted tn supply works to any extent ; the mines are within two miles ot said works, and good roadt. to that the ore can be raised and delivered at the forge al iwo anu a naiinoiinrt per ton. The above described works are sifuafed on Rocknway Kiver, about eight miles from Mor - ristown, twenty five miles Irom tlirabcth Town, and about the same distance from Newark, with good turnpike roads leadieg from mid wnrki to each place, in a pleatnnt healthy situation, and in a good neighborhood, there being two Presbyterian Churches within four miles, and a friends' meeting house within two milet of said place. This stand for collecting bar iron for the slitting mill it very commanding, there being nearly one hundred forge fuel in the county most of them are on the streams above Dover, aud the iron, in going to New - York market, can conveniently past those workt. At Ibis mill frequently lourtontol bar iron have been Hit nnd bundled into nail nnd spike rodt in a day. diid upwards of one hundred tout ol nails have been made in a year. A iBrge amount of goods may be sold al this place in exchange for bar curinc sup plies, Sic. vc. 1'htre are valuable scitet both a liove at below on this tract.ou which more works may ne erected. ALiCU, That valuable wrll known farm, lying in the township of Randolph, ahouttwo miles Irom Dover, and six milet fioin Morrittown, and within one quarter of a mileoi Ibe Union turnpike road, near Pleasant valley, called the Distillery Farm, containing about three hundred acres, about one ourtb part of which it excellent meadow, one lourth part plough and pasture land, and Hie remainder timber. A considerable part of the tim ber is of the original growth, and is suitable for sawing, the other part is thrilly young timber. Irom lilteen to twenty years growth. There are on said farm upwards of six hundred apple trees, inline order, eight to sixteen yeais old, Ihe most ol them of grafted fruit, anil more than hall of them Hanson appli s, so lamous loruiltr. J he meadows are flat and free irom stone, through which runs two lively streams ol water, and nearly the whole may be watered. One of these streams is sufficient for a grist - mill or other works ; there are saw mills, a grist - mill, a ful ling mill aad oil mill, on the same stream. On laid larm are two valuable scites for water works, a convenient cheap place to erect a short dam, and rais a considerable pond, wilh twelve orfilteenfeet head. Below Ibis Uie water can be taken into a race, and iu less than twenty chains, on rood firm cround. is more than twentv feet fall. In this way the water can he worked twice oyer with Ihe expense of only one dam. There is on said farm an extensive cider mill with four presse s and cisterns, housed and well hooped with iron, sufficient to bold twelve hun dred barrels of cider. Connected to the rider works it Ihe still - house, so conveniently situated that the whole operation is completed without pumping. The water for condensing the spirits it supplied from a never tailing spring, wniun rodt of the still house, and has sullicient bead to run into the cisterns. The buildings conns! of wosroall frame dwellings, one good frame barn, 54 feet long by S6 ftet wide, under a part ol which it a good cellar ; II re are also hay house, cow sheds, Sic. ALSO, , . Valuable proiierfy al logwood, In the town - tji of Jellenon. six miles irom Dover, on the; maia bruuch of llockawsy River, consist ins; of a very vnluable forge, wilh two fires and one Hammer ; abundance oi water tl whole year, a large iwod, and a very warm siluulion, and for fifteen rears past has made as much iron at any two liret iu the county. The ore it within lour milet, and a mrt of the road lurnniked. The several tracts c - nnccted with this establishment amount alto - eeihcr to about loertxen hur.dred" acres, th great er part timber, to make a durable supply Ol coal for the fnrxe. Immediately adioinii.e Die force is very valuable iuw and meadow land sufficient lor tnree turmt ut one Hundred acret each, with hou s on hard and barns, beside several rood dwelling! for the fartikiiet that may be employed to woraiiigine lorge. I be whole or any part rl tins verv valuable property will be told at such piicet and credit as win tuaae ii wormv uie attention el aay permit wrMiintr to puictsate. For further inibrmatioa enquire of JACOB lAy?ET. atlVver. ISRAEL CANFIELD. at Mnrristown. BLACKWr.LL fc M't ARLA.N, at N. York, fcb ttl D&Ctf fOK SALE, Die two - story brick front Hnuit and I .of. No. 33 Cherry - street For lmi X - . innlr at 76 Pt arl - tlrsrt. mnr t ' From the first of Mav next, a three? aioiy brick house hi (ireei wich - street, between l jinny and i.oiirtlandt - strects. Inquire at 137 C.retnwich - strcet. mh 3 tf Hcisi The stores and cellar room of those 3 ttory houses No. 10 and 12 on Brond - streel ; and a new two story house No, U on New street, immediately in the rear of No. 1(1 Broad - ttreet. fit for a genteel family, bring new. Also, a good House t ureenwicn, and one at liar Item, with two and a half acret of Ground. near Alunhattanville. Apply to CHAS OAKLEY. 141 Front - tt. mh 12 tf IO LET, itl . t 1 n . r r.. . ti i lie new unci sinve no. ox nione - si. Apply to T. k J. SWORDS. Feb 14 A TjTtrn ft nil VfnPs in fliiaritttsT Bf nM. tent .H - rupied by Mr. Wm. Hiaw. Apply t. " " I . ItlUMIWS. A counlinv lioup nn f h. Uw. HA., s.'.. 29 couth ttteel. A larite new lire proof ttore in Covernrurs' - lant, nexl door to Water - tiret. Apply to TUCKER k LAfJKlES, mh 11 t;9 Unuth - itrert. P r OK bALKOli 'I O LEAaE, nil! Oil act ouinindatilur terini. i,imil,.r .r water uuu iiuiiniug tot.., iitar aud adjoining the navy - yard, at Uiih.)u. For particulars, enquire uf SAMUEL EVANS, j 52 If Brooklyn. ToIlTt, The store No. 20 Wall - street. - Apply al the tfore. fh U it i.r.blliLALh ut i liKEAH ILH. JniU I o be let, Ihe bouse and grounds fronting on Greenwich Lane, heioaging to the estate of the late Samuel Milligun, aud at present occupied by Mr. David Ely. For particulars enquire 'of JOHN M'KEE, lumber merchant, font oi N. Moore - street, or of T. PhlMiLE, iu the Bunk ol New - York. lehSHtf VO LET, lISJS The House No. 7(1 Broad - street, witnthn orlicc, storehouse, nnd ttuhlti contiguous, and apperluiiiing thereto. 1 Ki t,.h?Y., For a term of years, in lott or parcelt, that part nf Rose Hill situate nn the 2d, 3d, and 4tri avenues, m the3d, 24lh, 25lh, ?6lh. S7th, JHlh, and 29th streets, which bt lr.ngs tu Mrs. Ann Ko gen. ror particular, apply to JA,11L: A. IIAMII. I U.l, mh 13tf No. 3 Law BniUinxs. "Jt 70 LET, fj, i From the first ol May next, a front count ing room oti the second floor, togither with tlit upper loltt. Enquire No. 167 l a. 1 street. jan Z4 it TO LET, The three ttory brick dwelling, 27 Nor. loia - street Enquire of COX Ai A10NTAUDEVERT, Feb 13 HO Wall - it. Ci TvjTeT, IAuJ A two story house, with a ham and fire land, situate about two and a half miles irom the cily, opposite the arsenal. To a person, who is in the habit nt attending market and would cultivate Ibe land as an early vegetable) garden, it is an object. Rent 200 dollars. A p - ply at 3 Broadway. mh 6 If fIHE i'HuOf TuHE. To let and iMistessinn first of May next. Ihe lour ttory fireproof ttore. No. 34 Niuth - st. between Coenties and Old flips. Enquire uf the subscriber, No. 1 Muiray,nr 45 Chamber - street. ten v ii a. li IK Alt.. e iO l.f.T, From the lit May, the house Nn. 133 linenwich - street, conierof Liberty - ttreet, at preteut occupied by Du:tor Neilson. The pre - oiioet may lie viewed any day, between the hours of 1 2 and 2 o'clock. mh lOtf i.f'. From the 1st of Mav next, the lower counting room ol No 64 Soulh - ttteet. ALSO, The upper counting room, No. 71 South - it Appiy to JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. teb 13 57 rront - strerf KKAL r.olAIE FOR ftAi,fc. ulll Two 2 - storv brick houses and lots, situa ted Nos. 37 Ir 39 Vesey - street. Also, a house and lot No. II Bowery, near Chatham square, 44 feet front by 125 detp. All on accommndaiing terms. For particulars ap ply at No. 332 Greentrich - st. jan 15 If iO i.EASE, ira Irrm of ytmi, . U;;S The house and lot No. 20 Cedr ttsect. . i ontaining lit rofms wilh fire plucet, betides lli kitchen, panlnet, vaults. Ac. and a will el good water. For tale, the unexpired term, eleven yean, of the lot No. 69 Murray - street, in the occupation ol William Patterson, on lease from the Episco pal Ihurcn uu m. r.sprit, inquire oi j. w. tc w. i. Mui.i.iuA.i, feb 25 dll No. 44 Pine - street. TO HE SOLI) AT AUCTION, Pv HOFFMAN k CLASH, on Sslur - day, (he 4th day of April next, at 12 o'clock, in I roll l oi toe i iHiiirm riuuvr, 'J lie House and l.l No. I VV iliism - stnef, at present in Ibeorcwpationoltliesuiisirilirrjsituale at tl comer of Willinm - slreel and stone street. The lot is fl feet deep no William street, tH feet 1 1 inches oo Mom - street, and 4H (ett foer inchet deep from Wilham - itreel, at the north - wardly end of Hie lot. The subscriber some time ago had an intention of converting the house mio stores , andob - . tained plart and estimaUs for that purte. He had offers from respi rtabie xnerhanics tn make) . - l . 1. .1 I, mnibM ..Irit.nn.l liulM.n ne Siorrs lltl - J " and alierntions ol Ihe present buildings, lor test , thousand dollars, or lo pull all the present baikl - inrsdown, and lo erect, with the assistance of tiie present materials, five stores for bfteen Ihotj. sai.d dollars. Plans and tlevatK4i ot these stores, us wey were prepared to be buiit, may be teen at the auctioneers. Seventeen thousand rlollara of the purchase mosK - y may remain no mortgage. Five thnuaanel dollars will lie required oo exe - cution of Uie deeds, and the residue in two, four and six months. mh 14 tds C. D. COLDF.N. I.KAcL I OK tALL, FOR SALE at auction, at the Tontine codec - house, no Wednesday, tfje v!5th inst. if not prevaxisly disposed of at private tain, 10 years unexpired lease of the t - story brick front house no. 61 Cedar - street Also, at same tune, a lot roottinin? about two and one half acres of ground adjoiomg the church at Blooaiingdale. For terms apply te t. WHITE, 49 Jobn - tireel I or, to mh 19 5t WH.LIA VI F. Pr LL it t o. TO LET, The GLOBE TAVERN, No. 143 VTa. . . i'K - .,iti9tuwnf ihn Iumm. and ire LcrotMnodations, july render it aa ebjtict well worth the alUottno ol any persoo umreuset atwp - ... . . tiiihli - hrillM. It Will t 11. fur. uishedor nnfurnuherd, and imasxhtete poerest - oa giien. Apply at No. X37 WxdeMlreel. - Bin 17 it , . . . - V I f f: ii ' ' U or Hi Ml ! i' . .. i; r v : ti i. nr. 5 1 k i i I!,1!' H I i l i r. l if - it J1 V!:

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