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ur r 1 BROWN, stooe seal engraver andjewal - X . ler. No. 16fi Broadway. Coats of arms, crests, cyphers. Sic. engraved m. Minn A hanHinme aasortment of fid cnlil seals. chains, and othev jewellery. jjaxues' seau engravea wiui coats oi arms, motto, and fancy devices. Diamonds, amethysts, crystals,, tc. bought tl Ik. Mltffh M llt In Mff Iapim Books of heraldry kept with upwards of rn nnn g. Ft . ou,uuu duuibi. jaa i jm UK MP, LEAD, PAINTS, lie Russia A.M. hemp, in lot to suit purchasers 80 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - J to 6 8 casks bar lead, 7 tout pig lead 50 bales India twine Engluh sail and seine twine 3 cask Prassiaa blue, 5 cask venuiUion 3 hhds verdigri 50 carles French yellow oxhre Dry white and red lead SO boxes tist For sal by PETER 8CUERMERHORN ft SONS, 243 Water - street Also, 200 anchor, of Hunt' make, front 40 to 2500 wt. Cables and cordage, of all sizes, best quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery. Feb II tf f COi'iOA, IVBACCO, lie. d JL bales prime Alabama cotton, landing from schr Nassau 20 boles New - Orleans cotton per brig Fi - 6 hhds Kentucky tobacco nancier IN STORE, 20 tons clean St. Petersburgh hemp Russia duck, German steel, roll brimstone 15 cases tumbler 30 boxes Castile soap Writing and wrapping paper 1 case Leghorn bats, No. 20 a 40 Also, just received. 1COO0 lb Havana colfee, in hhds. and A few hhds of rectified pure spirit, made from molasses rum. For tale by JAMES D' WOLF. jr. Frb ?3 57 Front - st. Ll.hiNj. DIAPKR3, etc. Ik C. SUV DAM, have just received per brig i I'AT.hruilnL frnm llnhlin anrt atiin Tho mas Wilson, from tircunock, for sale by the pacnage " 13 cases 4 - 4 irisn Liuipn t do 7 - U do do 5 do 3 4 brown Linen and Lawns 3 do do black do 3 do birds eye Diapera - I do table do 7 boxes 5 - 4 Irish Sheetings t do 9 - 8 do stout do t do Lone Lawni 7 bales Drogbedas & Docks 5 do Linen Bedticks. A Iaa A Mnu.1 ..inrtmiinl exf ln ,Iim.. o .( t . cles, opened for retail sales, at 61 Maiden - lane, on very favorable terms. fel 5 tf BOMBAZETT&, assorted colours do all black do twilled, assorted colours, just re ceived For sale by OTIS . SWAN, mch 3 la' reari - K. M1LI1AUY LAND fA Ti.NTS. 'OR SALE, an unsea ted lot of 70 Innd patents, located in Hie Illinois Territory, and bought directly from tiie Soldier. Apply to ISAAC R. ST. JOHN, mh 10 tf No. 39 Wall - street. 'ICILY MADEIRA WINE. 8pipeoldrii - 5 cily Madeira Wine, imported in 1815, - for sale by TUCKER k LAURIF.S, mh is z ouiu - sireei. St EEL 26 bundles Swedish steel, tor sale by HURD ft SEWALL, mh 13 . 65 South - st. JOHN a MUKrlAt boOMS oner lor tale, in lots to suit purchasers, at No. 1 13 Pearl - street, 100 qr. casus sticrry trine, old and utior tami - ly use 500 case superior margaux claret, vintage of 60 case old hock flHIl 15 casks bottled brown ttont, 7 dozen each 10 do assorted apothecaries gluttware 1 case silver eyed needle 2 do pins 20 casts containing an assortment of Hardware, Cutlery and Saddlery 5 cask card - wire, No. 30 a 33 20 case English sheatliing copper, 28, 30. 32 20 tons old sable Iron oi 8 do English bo't, octigon and flat iron ' 5 do Banca and Spanish block tin 7 do nig and bar lead. mh 16 2w rjLAXoEED 17 bblt. Flaxseed, tor talent f HENDERSON & CAIRNS, mh 6 HI Pine - street. i'OBACCO 6U hhtli Georgia Tobacco cl su - nerior quality, landinc Irons Bris Nancy. for sale at 67 South street. mhl6 CAMBKBLENw ft PEARSON. MUSCOVADO SUUAilS MOLASSES. THE subscribers offer for sale the cargoofthr brii Eliza. rooistine of prime Quality Mus covado Sugars and Molasses, now landing on rierrio. 4, aortn ruver. G. G. ft S. IIOWLAND, ash 16 77 Wnshington - strect. TURKS iiLAAD SALT. THE tnbtcribers are authorised to contract cargoes of salt, deliverable on board at Turkt Island. Bills on Amrj - ica wilt be receiveil in payment ; and importers of the article will secure to themselves cooidcrabt advantages by nuking contracts here. TUCKER ft LAURIES, mh W 29 South - street. CIOTTON ft SCUARv 19 bales superior Up - ) (and Cottoo 27 boxes white Havana Sugar, suitable for re tailing, lor aai oy N. ft D. TALCOTT. mh 16 COTTON ft TOBACCO 25 bale Sea - Island Cotton, and S3 hhds. first quality Georgia Tobacco, wooing ana tor s&ie uy SAUL ALLEY, 93 Pioe - itreeL IN STORE. 34 bales Sea 1 stood, and for sale as above. mn13 DEMIJOHNS. 500 Deinijotnt, coniaumia about 4 gallons each, Tery strong and well covered, lor sale ny G. G. ft S. HOWL AND, mh 14 77 Washiretrn street fjl NGLISH IROA and SPIKES. 40 tons flat l i Iron, anortrd sizes 100 casks Spikes, from 4 to 6 inches The former entitled to drawback, orskhy HENDERSON ft CAIRNS, mh 13 81 Pine - street SKKRotfCKKKo, Ac 3 bates yellow striped seersuckers 2 bale blue baftas. entitled to debenture. for sale hy r. RE.MSKN C CO. mh 10 TTOUR Hundred tons first quality Nova Sri. L tia Plaster for sal in lots to suit purchas ersApply tt " WALTER NEXSON, 174 Front - st. corner of Burlin g - slip. or to JOHX BIERS, foot of Hrrion . mch 17 North River. DOMESTIC & OTHER WARES THE subscribers kesp constantly on hand an extensive assortmeut of the following goods, VIZ Dutch and - Enslish Gunny Bags, Popes Heads Crumb Brutke Broom Destcr, or Counter Brushes Hearth Brashes, fan. Bellow, fancy and common cy and common Do lor Blacksmith tiead do do do Cloth do do do Wearers do White Wash do Shoe at Scrubbing do . Paint Bruslies and Sash Tools Clamps, 4.7, 8 row Furniture Brushes Horse do Bed Cords, Clothes Line Sash Cords, Trace Rooe - Hall and Entry Mat rails and 1 ub Wheel - Barrow Fine Wire Sieve Do Hair do Whip of every description Seine, sewing, wrapping, baieing and ball J'wiue Fish Lirs Shoe k Sadler Thread Dearborn's Ballan - cet, Uc. Wrought and Cut Nails and Brads Which they will sell wholesale or retail on li - oerai terms. t,t.BHA & iUHiiiu, nab f 1 76 Pearl - street 4mtJj bales prime upland Cotton 110 tierces Rice For tale in lots to suit purchasers, by GRISWOLD ft COATKS, mh II 68 South - st. IRISH LINEiNS, DIAPKtU, 5 - 4 SHtL I INGS, Sc. he. i rTWOMAS SUFFERN, No. 6 Depevster J street, has received a cooipleat nstortmeat of the following goods per the ttntnnnia, Irotu New - ry, and late arrivals Irnrn Uunlin, 4 - 4 and 7 - 8 Linen ( 7 - U half bleached do 7 - 8 Dowlas 5 - 4 Sheetings ; 7,8 Lawns 3 - 4 Bird Eye Diapers 3 - 4 brown Linen 7 - 8 Linen in Demi Tieces 7 - 8 Grey Lawns. Which wiUj his former assortment of low pri ced and fine enods (among the latter are some of riioinpiofrt line 4 - 4 linen) are ollered tor sale on reasonable trrmt. mil 19 lw BO.MRAZETS J bales liombazets assorted colours, just received per ship Ku - phrates. from Liverpool, for sale at 87 Coffee House - slip, by LAIDLAW, GIRAULT k CO. IN STORE, ' 1 bale Mar k bomhazels, and 2 do assorted do mh 20 7t NA.VKhhi:?. 1000 pii:c Company's long yellow Nankeens, entitled to debenture, lor sale by JOSEPH O - fBORN, mh 14 28 South - street. LOGWOOD. 40 torn Canipearhy Logwood, landing at pier No. 10, from brie Rtrovcr, and for sale by JOStl'H OS HORN, rah 3 28 Soutti - ttreet. T.LOUR 0O bbls oi Flour, binding from V brie Mount Hone, from Richmond, for sale by W. ft S. CRAIG, mh 16 K4 Front - street. W Lr.T, Pkl And pnssestion eiven on the first of May next, the tpaciout and well known stand, the l - iimn Hotel, o. ta William - street, tor particular! enquire of Mr. Vanderbilt, No. 67, op posite, mh 16 'O .'' fSjB An elegant front store No. C9 'Jhat - ham - street, calculated fur a dry good or other store. Apply at the office of NATHAN U. GItAHAM, No. IT Chatliam strcet. Suitable fixtures will be let with the store. mli20 lw i t Li.r, The Store and Cellar of house No. 56 P arl - street, comer oi Broad - street, suitable for a mechanic or grocer. A pply a t novo lw o i enn - sireri. TO LKT OR LEA St., From the 1st Mny next, on reasonable teriu, a large convnint dwelling house, opposite Love Lane, near the two milestone, Bowery, at present occupied by Professor Adrain; well calculated fortwo families, having two kitchens, with 8 rooms, pantries and vault, a stable and coach noute, a well of good water and two cis terns. It has a very large garden, well Horned wi;h shrubs and Iruit trees ; possession of which tan be had on the 1st April next. Alto to rent, a genteel 3 story brick house no. 492 Ureenwich - sireot, wiUi or without a stable in the rear. Apply at No. 496 Greenwicb - st. orto HALsEY ft GOS.MAN, mh 21 tf 34 Old - slip. FOR S.iLE, The property at Brooklyn, belonging to the estate of Curv Ludlow, deceased, consist ing of a new three story hrick house and iot of ground, a store house, formerly occupied as a distillery, a small frame building and iot of ground, and two vacant tots adjoining tne anove premises. This property is situated within a tew rods of the sttaru - tioat ferry, na the mad to Pierponfs Distillery, and extends from the bill to the river. Also to let, from the first of May next, the house and lands on tne inn, in iDe rear oi toe a - hove detcn lied premises. The house is well a - dnpted for a private family or for a public house. I lie situation, i.om m eii'viiien io.iiin, - mauds a very extensive and beautiful viewol the city, the East River and Bay of New - York. The grounds surrounding the house (about live acres oi land; are wi a mgn state oi cultivation For terms, apply to UtO. W. MUUIUwi, mhJItf No. 59 William t. Mire mid Home in Ji roadway. Will be let, to a Rood tenant, for three years from the first of Mar next, the house and store, No. 206 Uroadw.iv, between Fulton and John - street. It is one of the best stands in the city may be viewed between the hours of j eleven ai d two o'clock. Apply lor terms and particulars to JIU l! Zl'STZ, mh21 1W 91 Water - street FUH SAl.t:, Vinsil Seven acres of land in West - Chester, 12 1 - 2 milts trotn this city. On the premises are a rood dwelling - house, barn and fowl - bouse, a thrilty young orUmrd of grafted Iruit, a gardea with S'p tragus beds, shrubbery ol gooseberry, currants and strawberries, with a well of never - filling pure soft water, well calculated for distilling. The stages pss every day to New - York; a vesti 1 1 wire a week ; being only a quarter of a mile troin the landing, r.nquire oi HENRY CHEAVEN3, 158 Broadway. Alto for sate, a sood substantial bent waxron. calculated for one or two horses ; to be seen at Snndford's Livery Stables, Broadway, near tie' te - r - slreet. Knqnire as alwve. mhlttf J O LEl , Until And Uniii And possesion given on the lint ol lay, the boose No. 43 Broadway, together with a brick fire - proof stable and store in the rear frootin: on New - street. Also, the adjoining house No. 50. The soap manufactory in the rear, to be removed oo the 1st f Apnl For terms apply to JOHN SI.IDF.LL& CO. . tnrhll No .V) Broadway. T ht.F, TH following flout, viz: - ..i - i - r - - I he house .to. jnnn - r.rcci The. bou! No. 97 do T.elioue and store No. 355 Pearl - ttreet Tut house and (tore No. Ill Cherry - rrt JAMES W. SHAW. ftb 11 No. 5 Bowery. . . ... , ..... .... .. " ' Q VALUABLE PROPERTY. Tti tubscriberoflert for sale a valuable farm, 73 miles from New - York, lying 7 miles south of Toughkeepsie, on the post - road, within 1 - 4 of a mile of the mills on the falls of Wappin - ger's - Creek, and in the neighborhood of several landings from which sloops tail weekly. It contains 1 lOacret of level, lertils land, with a young orchard of grafted fruit, wood tufucient for fuel, and all in good fence. The house 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 lb dwelling a delightful inland prospect. Also, another lot nf 40 acret. contiruout to the above, and hounded southerly by the falls of Wappiogert - Creek. The land is fertile, in excellent fence, and of easy cultivation. What render this property valuable, is, that it may be made a place of celebrity. There is already e - rccted on the falls a saw - mill of great capacity, a carding - mill, which enjoys the custom of the neighborhood, besides several other scites for factories, unoccupied. The whole force of the creek can be diverted with a little expenceso as to drive a range of mills on a level plot of ground fust below the falls, and accessible by an easy navigation j where factories of every description, with every facility of power and transportation can be constructed. . t . . 1 a , . r . i j . T f - t. - Aiso, a uuur - miii, oi ino ur (.ion. i un mill - house is larjrr, with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated for C, with new machinery for manufacturing wheat ftc. with an elevator for raising grain from vessels into the upper loft of the mill. Connected with the mill is a large store house for storing wheat and flour. With the mill will be sold 53 acres of excellent land, on which is situated live dwelling houses, a large bam, hay house, carriage house, corn cribs, hovels, &c. a cooper's shop calculated for 20 haads. Two of the houses are new and well calculated for genteel families : They command a view of the river, with a beautiful intervale landscape formed by the meandering of the creek immediately in front. There are few places which associate to many accommodating qualifications for the merchant, mechanic or farmer. If not sold at private rale before Tuesday the 21st April, it will on that day be onered ai aac tion. For terms, ftc. apply to PETER MESIER, No. 25 Beaver - street. Feb 20 ABRAHAM MESIER. JO Rr.jT, The Assembly Room, with the adjoin ing apartments, in Ross's Buildings, No. 146 Kulton - ttrei t, next to the corner of Broadway. - The Dremites are well calculated for a large school, for public meetings orsocieties ; th large rioro being upwards oi iu ircl in lengin, and a - hout 29 leet in breadth, with n 14 feet reilioc The whole, ns 10 situation and siz', is well calculated for nn auction titablishment for furni ture and other sales. The above will be rented for any term not ex ceeding seven years from the 1st of May next L,no,uireoillie subscriber no. ius r uiton - sirrei. mil lZdtf H. r.. H1,IS. . IOH SALE, RKAL rROFERTV IN THK CITY f FEW - VORK. OA BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. 11 Bowerv STABLE In the rehr - loceUi - er with the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet rear, aad 195 feet on each aide. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Vesey - street i and House and Lot No. 39 Vesey - street. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollars. Hit and do for 750 do do and do - for 450 do - On vnkable properly in fhe city ef New - York, I lie interest nas always neen punctually paid. r or particular inqune at tne omce oi STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, dec 10 tf No. 27 Wall - treet. FOR SALE, :ii A bouse oi two stones, wun piazza in front, in good repair; containing about thirty four acres, situate on Throgs Neck, and near to Ihe farm or Abyah Hammond tne land oeing hiehtv improved, and containing; a great variety ol the be.it cherries, apples, pears and peaches, in great abundance and in full bearing the adjoining waters affording ample supplies of fish, shell ana scale, wnicn at a iiuan caprm e may be led from a creek to the upland, and detained in a pood for daily use a mackerel and bass fishery being also attached thereto, and where at one draught of a small seine have been taken mac kerel which sold fhe next day for one hundred and twenty dollars io point of prospect, health and profit thi site is no where exceeded distance from New - York about fourteen miles. Also, lour lots of land near th aliove two ly ing on the Sound, containing forty five acres, and hounded on two sides with waters land of an excellent quality, with an orchard of four hundred apple trees, including the tiest sorts for table use : and for cyder, the Virginian crab, Eng lish hagloecrab, white styre,coccage, fox whelp and Wlnie sour, wun eigniy rncrry stoi uie black tartarinn recommended by Forsyth being one. Io front ol these lots are taken bait, black tish, perch, tuullett, king - fish, plaice, soles, mackerel, porgy, pike, smelt, whiting, eels, and occasionally slit - rpthead and shad, with weak - fish and innohadd. n In vast abundance; beds of oysters, superior in quality to any marketed in the city, lie very near tueir snores, wun crant anti ciami, whilst the adjoining bay and creeks in the winter season abound in black ducks ana nsoaa on is. and seme times are seen the canvass back and wild geese the land attorning woodcock, quail and snipe. The situation cannot fail to please in every respect and the land may always be kept in huh order, at a trilling expense oy sedge aua salt meadows attached thereto, and sea weeddri ven on its shores. Also, two other lots, one containing ten and the other fifteen acres. These lots command an extorsive view of land aad water ; are altogether suitable for small rural retreats ; soil ol the best quality ; and contain about one hundred and fifty cherry trees, best sorts, and four hundred apple trees, most approved for table and cyder, all ia fall bearing , and In each of Ihe lots will be at tached fire acres of salt meadow il wanted. AtoaloL containing fifiy three acre; about eight in wood. This iot is about fourteen milef from ths city, and ine iron the church of the town of Westrhcter. If the above property is not disposed of before Wednesday, the first of A - pnl next, the same on that day will ne sou at public auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, at twelve o'clock, .o accommodating terms, as to payments, in both cases. For further information, a ply tn FREDERICK DE PEYSTER. tsq. 30. :4 nroaa - sirer i, or near we premises, to the snnsenner, ttb24tApl PHILIP J.LIVINGSTON cT" TO LET, kl - Ay And immediate possession given, the house No. V Pearl - street, together with the staj hie and Coach House in the rear oo Bndge - st The premise are in complete repair and have every convenience necessary lor tne accommo dation oi a family. For particulars apply to octSH UBRADIfcH. JO LET, leui nousc, out nouse", ana xroiimw poessiig every comfort ana convenience for genteel family t situated on the first avenue, near orth street, and abosrt one mile from Uie City - Hall I he rent will be low to a good tenant 1 or further particulars apply at the store of the subscriber. No, 105 Front stret. mh1l2w COICN3. DUBOIS. T IO Lr.T, 5T!iJ Thos two fire proof dwelling Hows, CTTTj n. in Vint i treet. about tea minutes walk from tbe Coffee Hose. They will ee put in complete repair, an J well calculated for genteel tamilies. Apply at No. 137 Water - street. nhlttf tana. - ; tfarKF . TO LET, That convenient and elegant House, coiiier of Broadway and Hroome - street. ALSO. A neat house with a large earden, fronting Broadway, between Bleecker and Priices st. Apply No. 4 Bowling - green. mn 14 - w Haute, Stable, Garden, tie. at Gseenu teh, TO LET. The subscrilier will let or lease, for a term of years, his house at Greenwich. It is pleasantly situatvd on the banks ol the Hudson, and calculated to accommodate a Innr famil v. For terms, apply to DIVIE BKTHUSE, ' Janju oa Wall - street. eJsAI BUILDIAUS. Two offices in Law Buildinrs No. 3. to be rented. Apply on the premises, to JAMES A. HAMILTON. Esu.or at No. 59 Hroadwav. feb 25dtf a JU LkT A T JILOWMIMJ HA LE, Th house and grounds belonging to the estate of John Shaw, situated on the eighth avenue. On the premises are an excellent double house, stable, coach and ice bouse, with every thing else requisite for such an establishment. It is presumed any other description is unnecessa ry, mw more inclined. o rem will view me Diner. Also, the large fire proof store in the rear of houses u and 13 reari - street i where there it lor ale some old Mattcra Wine, by the Demijohn. r ur iitruier iiaruuuiitrs, aiipiv to ANN M. SHAW, Jan 29 1 1 Pearl - ttreet tOH HAJ.E OR TO LEASE, Lottin the 5. 6, 8, nnd 10 Wnrdt; many ol h Inch are on regulated and peved street!. No money will be required under ten yean, if sold, interest excepted. HOUSES. Several two and three story houses, nn which a greht part oi me money remain on mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent stand for business, with ten acre oi land, pleasantly situated, with a whan, store house nnd barn. COTTON nd WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - rlaven, with 40 acres ol land, and never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may be erected, wun a sumciency oi water tor each. Apply at xmo. x ijrreenwicii itreet. Jan 13 tf ' IaLLaHLE FROJ'EHJ V. Sajiil) For sale, the Dover Iron Manufacturing Establishment, in the county of Morris, nod stale of New - Jersry ; consisting ot a rolling and slitting MiU, in good repair, which works two pair of rollers and cutters, shears, ftc. all at the same time ; a valuable forge with two fires and one hammer in good repair ; a stock of coal nnd ore on hand, sufficient to make fifty tons of iron ; a good saw mill ; a cut nail fartory in good repair, sufficient In employ thirty men, and may be ex tended to employ one hundred more ; a brad cutting machine and a steel furnnc in good repair; convenient tn the works is a store and a number ol houses for the accommodation of families, nnd excellent stabling for teams that may be necessary to keep for the use of the establishment ; also, orchards, posture and meadow rots, immediately adjoining the workt, with timber land in any quantity, not exceeding two thousand five hundred acres, within three miles of said works. I he great vein of iron ore. commencing at the noted huckasunny luinn, runs more than 2 .miles through this tract, and three mini s ate now open from which tne lorge are supplied with ore, um more may oe opened and ore raised to supply works to arty extent the mines are within two miles of said works, and good roads, so" that the ore can be raised and delivered at the forge at two and a nan douar per ton. I he above described work are situated on Rockaway River, about eight mile, from Mor r 1st own, twenty five mite from Klitabeth Town, and alHiu the same distance from Newark, with good turnpike roads leading from said works to each place, in a pleasant healthy situation, and in a good neighborhood, there being two Presbyterian Churches within four miles, and a friends' meeting house within two miles of said place. This stand for collecting bar iron lor the slit - tine mill is very commandine. there bain nearly one hundred foige fires in the county ; most of them are on tne streams anove Mover, and the iron, in going to rxew - 1 org market, can conveniently pass those works. At this mill frequently four tons ol bar iron have been slit and bundled into nail and spike rods in a day. and upwards of one nunarea tons oi nan nave been inmie in a year. A large amount of good may be sold at this place in exchange lor bur irou.pmcunng supplies, &c. ftc. There are valtfublu scites both a bove ft below on this tract,on which more works may be erected. A L.SU, That valuable well known farm, lying in the township of Randolb, about two miles I mm Do ver, and six mues Mom jviornstnwn, iuid within one quarter of a mileol the Union turnpike road, near Pleasant valley, called the Distillery Farm, containing about three hundred acres, a hout one ourth pari ol which is excellent meadow, one fourth part plough and pasture land, and Ihe re mainder timber. A considerable part of the tim - ' ber is of the original growth, and is suitable for sawing, Ihe oOier part is thrifty young timber. Irom liiteen to twenty years growth. I here are nn said farm upwards of six hundred apple trees. in fine order, eight to sixteen years old, the most ol them of graded fruit, and more than half ol them Harison apples, so famous fur cider. The meadows are flat and free from stone, through which runs two lively streams ol water, and nearly the whole may be watered. One of these streams is sufficient for a f rut - null or other workt ; mere are saw mills, a grist - mill, a lulling mill and oil mill, on the same stream. On said farm are two valuable scites for water works, a convenient chean place to erect a short dam, and raise a considerable pond, with twelve or filteen feet head. Below this the water can he taken into a race, and in less than twenty chains, on good firm ground, is more than twenty leet rail, in tkis way Uie water can be worked twice over with Uie expense of only one dain. There is on said farm an extensive cider mill with four presses and cisterns, housed and well hooped with iron, sufficient tn hold twelve hun dred barrels of cider. Connected to the cider works is the still - house, so conveniently situated that tbe whole operation is completed witliont pumping, Tbe water for condensing th spirits is supplied from a never frilling spring, within six rods oi tne sun house, ana has sumcieol head to run into the citterns. The buildings consist of two small frame dwelling, one good frame barn. 54 feet long by 28 feet wide, under a part of which is a good cellar t there are also hsy noose. cow stieds, ftc. al.su. Valuable property at longwood. In the fowu - aliip of Jeflersoo, six roil from Dover, on trie mai branch of Kocgaway mver, coosifung oi very valable forge, with two fires and one hammer ; abundance of water tlie whole year, a htrge pond, aad a very warm situation, and lor fifteen years past has made at much iron at any two tires in th county. The ore is witiun lour rniira, win a part of the road turooiked. Tlie teveral tract connected with thi establishment amount altogether to about fourteen bundred'acres, the greater part timber, lo make a duraiife supply ot coal i,Jitn,f. Immediately adioinu ill forge it very valuable plow and meadow land sufficient fo. tore farms of one hundred acre each, with houses, orchard and barns, beside several good dwelbas for the families that may be employed ia working tl forge. The wool or any pert of Uiit very vid sable property will be told at such pure end credit as will make it worthy the atteo'ioo ot any person wishing to purchase. For further informatioa enquire or JCOB LOSEY, at Dover. ISRAEL CAM FIELD, at Morristow BLACKWKLL ft M'l ARLAN, at N. York feb 24 DftCtf IVT1CARAGUA WtAiO. - 1H Uhis ol a auc Ll rior quality, for set br TUCKER ft LAURIE9. w mh It 29 tfoutb - street ..... - , NUMBER 4923 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 181G. NO. 42 PINE - STREET. J For Sale, Freight or Charier, ft,, li.t iVitinv hriir SAILOR. BOY. . . . . . - - o a ' ft Rnlmon. mulur! now ready to re - XVctna ; 175 ton. and will carry about . . j i.. a ... . :.t. rw Market wharf, or to fcV D. BETHUNE r CO. mht 9 - jC.H.tlip. " '., ruviniiT ar r.UAUTElL f. c'llino - rh SA.I.F.M. bur - .I., lllVl kl.U li tnnrtp hilt I urn VOV - fO?,A Im n. - u in rdinia tn receive a CAT - p. For terms apply on board, at Pine - street wharf or'to G. G. ft S. IIOWLAND, ftb 26 77 Washington - street 'or SALE or CHARTER. IJE The valuable fait ailing' brff AG - y.,y'RS3. captain Harris, at Fly - inarket wharf, two years old, burthen 184 tons will stow upwards of S00 hhds. is in all respects in excellent order, and will be ready to recede a cargo in two day. Apply to N. ft D. T ALCOCT, feb 26 M .Soutb - tttreet. tR.HALt; A I THE SH.rKARU of i . THE SUBSCRIBER, A SLOOP, now building ol to oett i materials, about 100 tous; limbers of live 'oak. locust and cedar i bottom plank JiTey white oak, built oa pnrpose lor um aid trail. A 5 LOOP of 50 tons, calculated for k any trade where dispatch, burthen, and ,easy draft of water is required. A periagna M - rnw.n r.n, oi w ions, , will draw out nine water, wun a ice - TJovd through the centre of her keeL aud is expected to sail very fast. Also, a CHir 01 3W toot, caicuiaveu .far a Lirerpool or London trader, (that .ran be finished to suit the purchaser.) ,r y gnars, timber and plank. Also, timber sawed to bills for boue building, nor 6 U CHARLES BROWNNE. tor Sale, Freight or Charier, The rood brie PLAN1 ER, 1R7 tons burthen, one year old, ttows liOObbls. is a very fast sailing vessel and in complete order to receive a cargo. Apply on ooru west iiue Burlinc - slip, or to , N. L. ft G. GRISWOLD, , mcb 5 86 South - t. For Sale, FreiitUt or Charter, A oew nilot boat schooner, about 120 ions burthen, duhi in tne best, manner. toiler laitcnrd,nnd in complete order to receive a cargo. Apply to N. L. k G. GRISWOLD, mh 3 86 South - street. Far Hale, Freight or Charier, A new pilot boat built schooner, about ,120 tons burlheu, built in the best man ner ot good materials, and copper fastened, a very fast sail ins vessel, and may be sent to sea at small expense - 4pr'y to N. L. ft G. GRISWOLD, mch 3 86 South - it. For Sa VAJf.YA II, The packet ship RISING STATES, .Titos. Swioburn, master, now loading at Pnie - strect wharf, will meet with Immediate dis patch, having a considerable part of ber cargo engaged. , For freight of about 900 bbls. or pas - sage, having elegant accommodations, apply on board, or to , GRISWOLDS h COATES, mh 7 S8 Soutlwt. 50 HUM, Ac. puncheons Jamaica Kuro, just arrived and landing fiom the brig David Richards, from V'almouth, (Jam.) and for sale by A. D. DUFF. 69 Washington - street, . Who has for sale io store. L. P.Teneriffe Wine, (Pasley brand) inqnar - lercasas, imponea jaiy, iuio Do dn inbhds. and qr. casks, do August do DO do tn pipes, hhds. and qr. casks, do Sep tember do ' 30 pipes, 100 hhds and 280 qr. casks do entitled to debenture 45 pipes Cape Madeira Wine, ship'd in 1813, irons tne wape oi uooa nope, ana cnu tied to debenture Port and old Lisbon wines, in assorted casks 59 boxw of claret wine 132 do grave wine and one cask cardwire feb7 tf M.k3J Qr. casks rolmcoar 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, Foolscap and 50 do printing do letter 14 hhds English glassware, consisting of wines and 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 hats, 1 du chip do 40 bales Italian rafrs, 500 marble mortars 23 cases marble slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sizes 5 boxes Naples shaving soap 1 do watch glasses ' - 1 ' 3 cases manna in flakes ' tOO bales Calcutta goods, consisting of C aflat, polk ah and callipatty cosaahs Chad pore, chomocoUy Johanna, luckipore anasoogapore Sannahs, jullapore and mow Checks, white, red end bine gillahs Madras pattern do Sootee and frncUuy romals, for sale by . CHAS. L. OGDEN, and ABRM.OGDEN, mcK 6 Washington - it. Q7 VIRGINIA TOBACCO ft FLOUR, J I hhds old Virginia tobacco 55 do new crop do do ' 66 bbls fine flour 15 do miJdlinr do. For sals bv VASO.UE6, MEURON ft CLEEMA5, . rem tt No. 7 WasMngton - st. f las 1 La ok r a 11.1a. A CONSTANT supply of ground plaster of - - frarn, 10 oarieit, suiiaoie lor ine eoainerm msrket Orders left with VVaKer Nexsen. No. L4 Frnat - street, corner of Burling - siip, will be promptly attended to JUHX UVtKS, Foot of Harrison - street, North - River. Jan 19 tf ltSI & KWK.NS DUCIC 340 pieces - m - Kussia ducx, ot the best quality 240 pieces Kussia duck, second quality 250 do. ravens duck 100 do bear ravens do. 80 do heavy bear raven do. 60 do. ticklenbnrn 120 do. English duck, asVd from no. 1 to 7 4 tierces patent thimbles, assorted sizes . o03o pinny baps for sle at 180 Front - t ' , STEPHEN ALLEN mh 19 v QWKKKlfsE LLGauKA a 3 case avera ". - 10. 40 lor si'e by . M - ONARD C. PAR& L,M)NARD C. PARSOXS, ft CO. ran 13 48 Prarl - strcet. CJL'OAR 4V3Mif1 nnm N...rirl..M 5 !bin?M 'And,n; P'er No - E. River, frwn t, p WT, trill bp sold on the wharf. Apply B,JiU' . ABU. OGDEN. ' O ( fi USES FOR SA L E. mDU Hhds molasses, now lauding from brig Agnes, from Mataozas. Apply to ISAAC PACKARD, Feb' S3 35 Front - st fiyjl FOR SALE, VuiiJThe two - story brick front Hotise find lt No. aJChcrry - tireet For terms, &c. apply nt 76 Pearl - street. . mr 3 J O l.t.t. From tlie first of .Mav next, a three atoiy brkkliotbte in Creenwich - street.between Liberty and (.ourtlaiidt - ttrcets. Inquire at 137 fireenw icli - stree t. mh a tf , O'JO LKJ, The ttnret and cellar room of those 3 story houses No. 10 and 12 on Broad - street ; nnd a uew two story house No. 8 on New street, immediately in the rear of No. 10 Broad - street, fit for a genteel family, being new. Alto, a good noute at oreenwich, and one nt Hurlarm, with" two and a balf acres of Ground. near Mauhattnnville. Apply to CHAS OAKLEY, 141 Front - it. mhlStf 1 0 LET, Tlie new brick Store no. 62 Stone - st. Apply to T. it J. SWORDS. Feb 14 JO LET, A Tavern and Store in Flushing, at pre kui ormpiea oy mr. wm. rnaw. A piny to mh 0 tf T. Gil li hti,8. fO L.ET, A counting house on Ihe lower floor. No. 2 couth - street. A lane new fire proof store in Roremeur.s. lane, next door to Water - street. Apply to TUCKER k L.U KIF.S, mh U 29 Potitli.itrert. r un SALE Oil TOLfcAsE, On acriimmodating terms, a number of water and building lots, near and adjoining the navy - yard, at L'rouklyu. For particular.", an - quire of SASIUEL EVANS, Jan 22 tf Brooklyn. 'IO Lr.T, The store No. 20 Walbstrtet Arnlv at ihe ttore. leh It) ti RE.SIUEMJK. at UREEJiti JLH. To be let, the house and grounds frontinlr on tireuiwich Lane, belonging to ihe ettate of the late Samuel Milhgnn, and ot present occupied hy Mr. David Ely. For particulars enquire of JOHN M'KEE. lumber merchant, fool of N. Moore - street, or of T. PRINCLE, in tlie Baok of New - York. - leb28tf e 'JU J.ET, The House No. 7R Broad - street, withtho - ollue, store - house, nnd xtablis contiguous, and appertaining thereto. . . lui.r.ABi'., Far a term of years, in jots or parrels, that pail nf Rose Hill silunte on the ?f, al, and 4lh avenue!, on theM, 24(h, 25th, Stith. 27th. Tilth. and S!9lh streets, which belongs to Mrs. Ann Rogers. Fpr particular, apply lo JA.YI&9 A. I1AMII. mh 13 tf No. 3 Law Built ints. 'JO LET, ' ifjil From the first cf Mav next, a front count ing room on the second floor, together with the - opper loft. Enquire No. 167 I'eail stmt. junxq ti JHk I O Lr.T, ' ! UJmte three - story brick dwellinir. 27 Nor - folkttrt I'tut'iir of COX ft AfONTAUDEVF.RT, Fb 13 fit) Wall - st. Ju JjEI', A two story house, with nbnrn nnd five acres of land, situate about two and a half mile from tlie city, opposite the arsenal. ' To a person who is in tne b.ibit ot attend market and would cultivate the land as an early vegetable garden, it i an object. Rent 200 dollars. Apply ataBroatlway. mh A ft FIRE FROOF STORE. To let and pntessi(.n first of May pexf. the lour story fie prool store, No. .14 Ninth - M. between Coentiet nnd Old - slips. 'K'nouire nf the subscriber, No. 1 Murray,or 45 Clinmher - strett. leh v tl m. li i - kaiu. i o j.e j; From f he 1st May, the house No. 133. Greenwich - street, comer of Libert v - ilre t. at present occupied by Doc lor.Nei lion. The premises may be viewed any day, between the Imura of 12 and 2 o'clock. mh Hltl JO EEJ, From the 1st i f Mny next, the lower counting room of No 54 Houtli - ttrtet. AL.MI, The upper counting room, No. 71 South - st Apply to JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. feh 13 i7 Front street' jJT llKAL La 1 A I L f OK rAi,h. UuT Two 2 - ttot y brick bouses and lots, situa ted iNos. 37 39 Vesey - rlieet. Also, a house nnd lot No. II Bowery, near Chatham - square, 44 feet front by 125 deep. All on nrcnrumudtiting terms. For particulars Apply at No. SrjaCreinwich - st. jn 15 tf 'JO JsEA&k, fur a lent nf firm; Tbe house Mid lot Ko. 20 Cedir slts - rf. containing six rooms with fire places, besides the. kitchen, pantries, vaults, icv, and a well ol guotl water. , i Forsale, tlie unexpired term, eleven years, of the lot No. C9 Murtay - ttrert, in the occupation of William Palters, i, on lesise from the Lpisco - pal inurcn au nt. i.rn. inquire oi J. W. St W. U. MUM,fJ.A., feb 25 dtf No. 44 Plne - strect e'jxt RE iOl.lt A T A CCTlOjt, By HOFFMAN ft GLASS, on Saturday, the 4th day of Apnl nest, at It o'clock, iu front of tbe Tontine Coflee Hmtse, 'i'ue House and Lot No. I William - street, at present in tbe occupation of the iuhscrih - r,tirualr at the corner of W illiaiu - strtet and Stone - streel. The lot is SI feet derp on Vtjlliaw street, IK feet 1 1 inches on Stone - ttreet, and 4H let I oaiir inches deep from Willinm - tUeel, at Uie nt(rUi - wsrtlly end of the lot. Tbe subscriber some time ago had an infen - tine ol converting Ihe housr into st - res , end oh. tained plans and estimalet for that purpote. IU had oirtr from respectable met hanirs to make five stores on Uie lot by tome additional building, and alterationi of lite r sent buildings, lor en iimuiand dollars, or to pull all the rtrient build ing down, and lo erect, with the assistance of the present materials, five store for hlteen tbou - tand dollars. Plans aid elevation of these stores, as they were prepared to be built may be steu at the auctioneers. Seventeen thousand dollar cf the purchase money may remain na mortgage. Five thousand dollar will be required nn exe cution of tlie de tls, ai.d tlie residue ia two, four and tix months. mhUtds C. D. COLDEN. IO LET, Th GLOBE TAVERN, No. 1 13 W. tr - Mret I he titualionof this house, nd it accooMaodatioos, justly render it an objerl well worm the attention ol any person desirout of rtep - mg a lucrative put lie bouse. It will be let, for - oislirdor unfurnished, and iirmeOrite possessioa given. Apply at No ,U7 Water street. mh 17 it TO LEI , A large convenient modern bui!f hoitw. coach house atul iraproyiBentt, (with or witliosit an extecsive kitclien garilcn and b k M) feotn the first of Ms next , sitaait d on lite re - rocr of the I'rst Avenue and First ttrit, netrth corner of North and Allen slreels, ud about noe sbiM from the City Hall. Tbe siiaahon is rtrtate l and healthy, and in every rerpect smlable los a genteel family. C the preoite is a wttU of most excellent water. Apply to r,,.f,, CuRNLLIl S Dl EO!S Ftb 5 tf Nq. 36 FiOLt - tUeAU . i ! t ' h li i ' u I r i ! ii

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