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POST. "NUMBER 492:5' FRIDAY, MARCH 27, .818. NO. 12 HNK - STRKET. SALE AT THE SHIP - YARD Ot THE SUBSCRIBER, A SLOOP, now building of the best .materials, about 100 tous; timbers of live leak, locust and cedar ; bottom plauk JtntJ white oak, built on purpose for the Alba - nv trade. 7 A SLOOP of 50 tons, calculated for .an j trade where dispatch, burthen, and (easy draft ol water u required. A periagua SCHOONER, ol Wioa - - , till draw but little water, with a lee. I board through the centre ofber keel, tad is expected to sail very fast. ' Abo, a SHIP ol 30U low, caicuiaieu .for a Liverpool or London trader, (that .ran he finWhed to luit the purchaser.) iLJ Span, Umber ana plan. . aiso, umw tawed to billi for house building. nov 6 U CHARLES BRQWSNF,. tea ft ink, oil, i'Ai'tHykc. Xjlf Qr. casus colmenar wine 130 qr casks and 300 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 glast ware, coruistingot wines and tampers assorted 100 boxes anchovies and 50 do olives 1 box French kid (loves 1 do ostrich feathers, very rich 1 do engraving 9 canes felt hats, 1 do chip do 40 bales Italiau rags, 600 marble mortars S3 cases marble slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sizes 5 boxes Naples shaving soap 1 do watch glasses - 3 cases manna in flakes 100 bales Calcutta goods, consisting of Baftas, putkah and rallipatty cossahs Chad pore, chomocolly,johauna, luckipore and s oog.vpore Sannahs, jullapore and mow Checks, white, red and blue gillahs Madras pattern do Sootee and frnctsoy romals, for sale by CIIA3. L. OC.DEN, and ARUM. OGD'r'.N, mch 6 Wa?hinton - t. OUPERFINE LEGHORNS cases avera - J gins. No. 40 for sale by LEONARD C. PARoONP, JC CO. 2 - lfl Pearl - s'rect. mh 13 rLOUK. 2UU libit oi Hi Mir, landing Inim Jtj brig Mount Hope, from Richmond, for sale Vy V. U S. UlAIVr, mh 16 81 Front - street. TOMBAZETS. 3 bales Bombasts assort - 3 ed colours, just received per ship F.u phraies. from Liverpool, for sale at 87 Cofl'ee House - slip, by , LA1DLAW, C1IIAULT Si OP. IN STORE, 1 bale black bombazets, and 2 do assorted do mh 20 7t OUGAR. - 22ahhds. prune New - Orleans Su kJ gar, landing at pier No. I J, E. Kiver, from siup lj leaner, will ne sold on the wharf. Apply to CH A3. L. OGUEN, and mht4 ABR. OGDKN. FOUR Huodrel tons lint quality Nova 6ro - tia Plaster for sale in lots to suit purchasersApply to , WALTER NEXSON, 174 FronUst. ' corner of Burliug - slip, or to . JOHN BYERS, foot of Jlarrison - st. .'. mch 17 No'th River. BOUUAZE I' I S, assorted colours do all Mack do twilled, assorted colours, just re ceived For sale by OI 13 SWAN, mch 3 157 Pearl - st. f VIRGINIA TOBA CCO & FLOUR. O hhds old Virginia tobacco 55 do new crop do do 69 bbls floe flour 15 do middling do. For sale bv VA3QUES, MEURON & CLF.EMAN, Feb 7 tf . No. 72 Wanhmgton - st. I ' co:'i0jV' JVBACCO, Kc. i X bales prime Alabama cotton, landiu, from schr Nassau CO bales New - Orleans cotton ) per brig Fi - 5 hhds Kentucky tobacco nancier IN STORE, CO tons clean St. Petersburzh hemp Russia duck, German steel, roll brimstone la cases tumblers 30 boxes Castile soap Writing and wrapping paper 1 case Leghorn hats, No. 20 a 40 Also, just received, 1G003 lb Havana colfee, in hhds. and A few hhds of rcctifu d pure spirit, made from molasses rum. t or sale by JA.ME3 D'WOLF.jr. Feb 23 57 Frout - st. OO.V1ESTIC Al O l hER WARES. TH E subscribers keep constantly on hand an extensive assort incut of the following poods, V14 Dutch and English Brooms Duster, or Counter Brashes Hearth Brushes, fancy and common ilead do do do Cloth do do do Weavers do White Wash do Shoe hi Scrubbing do Faint Brushes and Sisti fools Clamps, 4,7, 8 row Furniture Brushes Horse do Bed Cords, Clothes Lines Sash Cords, Trace Ropes Wrought and Cut Nails and Brads Gunny Bags, Popes Heads Crumb Brushes Bellows, fancy common and Do for Blacksmiths Hall and Entry Mats I' - il. ..t I ..K. Wheel - Barrows Fine Wire Sieves Do Hair do Whips of every de scription Seine, sewing, wrap ping, baleing and ball i wme Fish Lire Shoe ic Sadlers Thread Dearborn's Ballan ccs, tVc. Which they will sell wholesale or retail on liberal terms. CEBRA 4 CUMING, mh 21 76 Pearl - street. 'II BROWN, stone seal ejgraver andjewel - X . lerv No. 166 Broadway. Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, kc. engraved on stone. A handsome assortment of fin gold seals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved with coats of arms, Bottos, and fancy devices. t Diamonds, amethysts, crystals, &c. bought w Uie rough or cut tri any form. Books of heraldry kept with upwards ol 60,000 names. Jan 7 3m HEVlf, LEAD, PAINTS, ftc. Russia hemp, in lots to suit purchasers b 'tflt sheet lead, 3 1 - 2 to 6 8 casks bar lead, 7 tons pig lead Wi bales India twin ;luh sail anJ seine twins) 3 casks Prussian blue, 5 caslrs vermillioa 3 hhjj verdigris fPf'Ws French yellow ochre "7wU.te and red lead boxes ri..ForsMehy ETER SCHER.Y1F.RIIORN ft SON'S, A.I It - . - . . lo25(5)t nChr' f II0nl, iake' rrom4 ?hliU aaJ corJa(Cs of all sizes, host quality, FGR XT1CARAGUA WOOD. 18 toui, of a snpe il nor quality, ir saie oy TUCKER ft LALRIES, 29 South - street. mh 11 OllN B.AlUKKAx' iiSU.No Oder lor sale, in lots to suit purchasers, at No. 113 Pearl - street, 100 qr. casus snerry wine, old and fit for rami - ly use 500 cases superior margaux claret, vintage of 60 cases old hock pull 15 casks bottled brown stout, 7 dozen euch 10 do assorted apothecaries glassware 1 rase silver eyed uvedlei 2 do pins SO casks containing an assortment ofHad - ware, Cutlery aud Saddlery 5 casks card - wire, .No. 30 a 33 20 cases English sheathing copper, 28, 30, 32 20 tons old sable Iron oi. 8 do English bolt, octagon and flat iron 5 do Bauca and Spanish block tin 7 do pig ami bar lead. mh 16 2w MILITARY LAMi t'A I'r.N I s. FOR SALE, un unehcted lot of 70 land patents, located in the Illinois Territory, and bought directly Irom the Sol.lirrs. Apply to I3AAU 11. 61. JUfIA, mh 10 tf No. 3"J Wall - street. IROJ, Si'EKL, AjYU HAHUH AHE. S "V Tons Fuglish iron, asorted, in flat i sj J and square bars, a part of which is entitle J to debenture. 100 tons round iron, assorted, frcm 1 - 2 to, 11 - 2 inch 100 do Swedes1 fiat iron, from 1 to 5 inches 50 do do square, assorted, f ont 1 - 2 to 3 inches 50 do each flat and iqnare Russia iron 60 do country irou a.sortd 20 do plough share moulds 10 do axletree aoJ crowbar moulds 10 do horse - bhoe moulds. 20 do brazier's rods, assorted, from 3 - 10 to 3 - 8 iuch 30 do spike and nail rods, assorted 10 do ihect and boi'er plate iron 50 do English ami American Hoeps 10 do English (L) Mistered steel 10 do Swedes fleet 10 do Crawley do 5 do German do 5 do shear and cast steel 20 do Bristol and Nov a Scotia grind stones aborted 500 anchors, a sorted, from 50 to 20001b. J do about SOOOlbs. 60 rolls sheet lead, a.tM 3 to 6 lbs per font 100 casks spikes, ass'il. from 4 to 9 inches 200 rto cut nails, from 2d to20d 60 di wrought nails, assorted 20 do slate und horse nniU 10 tons iron pots and bake pans, ass'd frcm 1 to 10 gallons, entitled to debenture. 5 tons English spelter 20 do American hollow - ware, consisting of Pots, kettles, ba lie - pans, Skillets, spiders, It ktltlts, Andirons, e. 10 rnKS trare, onnd boat chains Anvil, vices, and bf ak irons Forge, sledge and hand l. - mmers Mill, cross nl and pit saws Cart, Wogou snd Chair Boxes Window Glass ol different sizes Shovels, Spndts,. Hues, iic. Toxether with a sntral assortment of Hard ware and Cutlery, for sale on returnable terms, by ABEEL ft DUNCOMB, io. 303 tvaier - si. corner oi jauuea - iiiii. nihJ3 1m OLD LONDON PARTICULAR. TfaiNL - RIFFE WINE 5 quarter casks nearly equnl to Madeira 2 do dry Lisbon, with a general assortment ol Crsf quality Teas nnd Groceries Wry old Jamaica Ppirifs, Irish U luskey Old peach and Cognac Brandy Fish HniK es, English liacnu and Split Peas Douhlh Gloucester and Cnesbire Cheese Vers superior American and l'in Apple do Lond m Brown fttout, (Jams, Shoulders Smoked Beef, Cordial, Stoughton Bitters Demijohns, Lan;e Bottles and Bristol Ware. Also, a small assortment ofearthen and glass ware. For salecbaap f - .rcab, by EDW. BLACKFORD. 157 Greenwich - street. A few quarter boxes ol good Spanish Segars. mh 19 2w TEA. WINE and LIQUOR STORE. 2ii8 Broadway, corner Reed - sL JAMES P. AN DOE offers for sale a general assortment of Fresh Teas, Migars, CofK - e, Chocolate Old Cognac Brainy Holland Gin and Jamaica Spirits Madeira, Port, Sherry, L. P. Teneriffo and o - ther wines Tallow and Sperm. Candles Table Basket Salt, London Mustard Fresh Swert Oil in bellies Martinique Cordials, Spicet, &c. &c. Which will be disposed of at a moderate ad vance for cash. mh 21 61 BYRNES NEW - Y0RK REPOSITORY, Walker - st. near Broadway, for the sale ol horses, carriages, waggons, gigs, chairs ft harness, both new and se - coad hand, on commission. The proprietor, having old several hundred carria ges, oi diU.eul descriptions, since opening the above establi moot, and the season now coming on when Dumber will be in want u( such articles, begs leave to inform manufacturers, and o - then, that a liberal advance in cash will be made on such as are sent to the Repository for sale. Horses for sale, kept at livery. Orders for horses, and carriages of every de scription, received, and the strictest attention paid to all wh will favor the proprietor with their commands. , FOR SALE. A beautiful small horse ; one firrt rate family horse ; a tew handsome light waggons, ftc. tic, mhSI - DC6l f RUIT, FOREST TREES, Ac. rrTH Kr BENJAMIN PRINCE 5555'Ti Flushing Landing. (I.. I.) rwSSfii!' near New - York, their usual ana Sgr iSl' ea'ensive bnety ol EuioPeM WiM ard Anie,ican l''ru't rDH If mi rial Frees. Also, a large col - H lectin of valuable Shrubs and II Plants ; they have several Uiou ssM1 l T sand inoculated Peach trees wiiu.ii aiein the most healthy state and free from any distemper, great attention ha ben paid to preserve them from the yellows, which has destroyed so many trees of that kind throughout tlie United Mates, catalogue oi wnicn may had of.Meswrs. HULL ft BOWNE, No. 146 Pearl - street, New York, or at their Nursery. Orders forwarded toeither place will be iinme diately attended t, and the trees, ftc. carefully and securely packed, so to be sent to any part of the United State, with the greatest sate - ty, and delivered at Crane wharl, New - York, by water free of freight. Also, for sale as above, 1000 beautiful Balm of Gilesd or Silver Fir Trees, they are almost sure to lire when transplanted. (r As the great loss of Peach Trees by disease, have detered many from planting the to, diiectinns will be given to thre who purchase them, wbii b if attended to, will enable them to preserve their trees in a healthy state, and to have Peaches iu as great plenty as in former yearn. N.B. Teach trees inoculated on Almond or Ptuia stock, is no preventative &gnint the disease, which the Pennsylvania AgrtcMlt nr.il Society, call the yellows. mh 2J D6tkCt STEEL, PIPES, HATS, tic. BW, ROGERS ft CO. No. JTja t'ctrNst. ofTni for sale, 50 biindlls Hulhack Steel 5 tens l'?t O. It. do 1000 boxes Tobacco Pipes Copper Boat Nails' 20 cases English Hats; 5 cratos Soda Jugs 20 casks Glass Ware 100 crates Brosley Ware 50 casks best English Porter Mall Kiln l iks English Spelter ; Mack Slates Tiu Plates of different description, Together with a general assortment i.l Hardware and Cutlery, by the package or from the shelves, on the uiust liberal terms. mh25 2w OH LEUNGS H hales Kkniish blieetings, lor kJ sale by JAMES G. KING ft CO. mh 24 No. 61 Pine street. euR ALE, Seven acres of land in West - Chester, 12 1 - 2 miles troin this city. On the premises are a good dwelling - house, barn and fowl - house, a thrifty young orchard of grafted Iruit, a garden with asparagus beds, shrubbery of gooseberry, currants and strawberries, with a whII of never - failirg pure soli water, well calculated for distilling. I hestages pass every day to New - York; a eisel twice n week ; being only a quarter of a uii.c I ruin the landing. Enquire of HENRi CHE A YENS, lrSl Broadway. . Also for sale, a good substantial light waggon, calculated fur one or two horses; to be seen at Snndfoid's Liveiy Stables, liroadway, near Hester - street. Enquire as above. uililltf JO HEJS'T, The Assembly Room, with the adjoin ing uparlineuts, in ilots's Buildings, No. 146 Fulton - street.nexl to Ihc corner of Broadway. The preiiiiscs arc well calculated for a large school, for public meetings or societies ; the lare room beinj; upwards of oOfect in length, and a - hout 29 Itet in breadth, with a 14 feet ceiling. The whole, us to situation nnd sie, is well calculated for an unction establishment fur iiirni - tef and other sales. Tin above ill be rented for any term not exceeding tf en years from the ll of May next. fcniiit of (be subscriber No. 107 Full - n irett. mh illf U. E. BLISS. li LET, from (be first of May next, a excel lent Iioiisi:, Out bouses, and grounds udjoining, Itoestseing every comfort and convenience for a Kcntrcl (aiiiily ; situated on the lirsl avenue, near North - street, and about one mile from theCiiy - Hall The rent will be low to a good tenant. For further particulars apply at llie store of the subscriber, No. Us Front street. nih1!l2w CORNS. DUBOIS. TV Lh.T, iiiss Those two Cre - proof dwelling Houses, No7i4 and 76 Molt street, about ten minutes walk from the Cofl'ee House. They will lie put in complete repair, und weHralculated for genteel families. Apply at No. 137 Water - street, mh 1 1 tf TO LET, The store No. 20 Wall - street. Apply at I he store. IVbl'J tl RESIDENCE at GREENWICH. To be let. the lione and grounds fronting on Greenwich Lane, belonging to the estate ol the late Samuel Milligan, and at present occu pied by Mr. David Ely. For naviculars enquire of JOHN M'KEE, lumber merchant, foot of N. Moore - street, or of 1. I rUKGLE, in the XJank or. - Sew - Xorlc. fehCatf MJi S.iLK, A very crofitahle FA R M. of 1 10 acres. two thirds under cultivation, the residue wood land, situate r.n the sea shore, a Quarter of n mile below the narrows, on 1 lie Stali n Mand side nnd a short ride from the steam bsrat terry Janirnisrl It gives a very extensive view ol ihe - iiuy mm environs ol New - Vork, within the Narrows, and of SjhhIv Hook and the ocei'n - rl'or prospect is equalled by none. The title is unquestionable Two thirds of the purchase money m. - y remain secured njion the land. Apply to A. V. D. Fountain on the premises, fir to W. A. sr.r.1.1, il.l tirrenwicn - sireei. TO LET. a convenient new 2 story hr - use, adjoining the above, with a garden and about an acre of land. For terms apply as above. aih 3 eodtf Fur Sale, or Exehacge for property in the. city. A FARM containing 60 acres; pleasantly situated on the Hudson river, and adjoining the village of Newbin cli The Und is of an excellent quality, and witli tlie exception oi a few acres, has been seeded Willi timotny ami clover for mowing i it is well watered by a small brook that never fails the place abounds with fruit if the cho.cest kirfd and in great va rietyt tlie buildings are a house, barn and o - ther necessary out houses ; in point ol pleas antness of situation and extensive prospect, it is not exceeded by any place on the Hudson river. I he rapid trmwui ot me village in Newbureh it generally known, the village is now bounded by the farm on the north, and the first extension north (which will probably take place in the course of a few years) brings it immediately on to the farm t tlie advantages of such aii event speak for themselves. Also, within 2 miles of the farm; 50 acres of woodbind ; the wood is about 20 years growth and the land is well covered with it ; this is a valuable acquisition to the farm on the river. Also, a farm in Connecticut, in the town of GuilfonL at .Sat henisbead harbor; containing between 60 and 70 acres. The land is of au excellent quality, and the greatest part is in timothy grass. It is bounded on three sides by the sea, which affords ample sources of manure, and saves much feucing. There is on the place a bouse, barn and out - buildiugs, sufficient for all purposes of the farm. For terms of the New burgh property, apply to Messrs. J. ft T. Powel, at that place ; and for the Guilford farm, to Mr. John Caldwell, at Guilford or ler both, to the subscriber in New - York, at No. 181 BroaJway. HARRY CALDWELL. mch 6 D2aw4wClaw4w GENTEEL BOARDING. FRANKLIN IIOUsK This new, spacious and splendid Building, situated in Broadway, the great ami fashionable street dividing the centre of the city, at the corner of Dey st. will be opened by the subscriber on the 1st of .May next, for the reception or Boarders. It is fitted, and will be furnished in a manner not surpassed, for convenience anil ele - eance, by any private dwelling in the city. It occupies the most eligible situation, being centi at, in view ot the Park and City - Hall ; the upper apartments overlooking the whole town, commanding a view of tlie adjacent country for a circumference of iO miles, including the Hook, tlie Narrows, and the Harbour 1 and it is believed that no House in the country ex - cells it, either for elegance of structure or situation ; and no expense having been spared by tlie owner to make it complete for the purpose, in every respect, it will offer to Isdies and gentlemen, ami families visiting tlie city, the most genteel, pleasant and retired a - paurtmeirts. The choicest of Wine and Liquors will be furnished, snd no trouble or expense will be spared.to make the entertainment pleasant, rare and excellent This establishment is intended exclusively for Genteel Boarding MRS. HENDERSON. febtl D&Ctf VALt'AHLEPROPER I T. The subscriber titftn for sal a valuable farm, 7J miles frout New - York, lying 7 miles south of Pnughkcepsie, on the post - road, witbia 1 - 4 of a mile ol the nulls on the falls of Wappin - gcr's - Creek, and io the neihKirliood of several landines from which sloops sail weekly. It con tains 1 10 litres of level, lei tile laud, with a young oft hard of grafted fruit, wood soUicient for fuel, and all in good fence. The house contains several rooms, has a good barn, and all iu excellent repair. Its fitnaiion beinzonau elevated plain. renders the place not only healthy, hut presents from the dwelling a delightful inland rrosprct. r - r ' Also, another lot of 40arres, contiguous to the above, and bounded southerly by the falls of Wappinger's - Creek. The land is fertile, in excellent fence, and of easy cultivation. What renders this property valuable, i, that it may be made a place of celebrity. There is already e - rectctl ou the falls a saw - mill of great capacity, a carding - mill, which enjoys the custom ol the neighborhood, besides several other sciles for factories, tiuocrtipied. The whole force of the creek can be dif cried with a little expenteso as to drive a range o mills ou a level plot of gruund just below tbsr falls, and accessible by an easy navigation; where factories of every description, with every lacinty of power and transportation can be construct d. Also, a flour - mill, of the first class. The mill - bouse is large, with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated lor 6,. with now machinery for manufacturings neat, iic. with au elevator lor raising grain from vessels into the upper loft of the mill. Connected with tho mill is a iatge store house for storing wheat and flour. Witafc the mill will be sold 53 acres of excellent land, on which is situated five dwelling houses, a largo barn, hay house, carriage hoii - c, com cribs, hovels, 4c. a cooper's simp calculated loi 20 hantH. Two of the houses are new and well calculated for "euteel families : They command a view nf the river, wi:h a beautiful intervale landscape formed by the meandering of the creek immediately in front. There are few places which associate so many acronimndating qualifications fur the merchant, mechanic nr farmer. If not sold at private tale before Tuesday the 21st April, it will on that day be offered at auc tion. For terms, &c. apply to PETER MESIER, No. 25 Beaver - street. Feb 20 ABRAHAM M ESTER. SG? bt:irr and Houte in Bitmduiiy, 'jjD Wi! be lel 10 R"01 tenant, fr three years ti om tlie lu st ol May next, the house and store, No. 206 Broadway, between Fulton and John - street. It is one of the best stands in the city may be viewed between the hours of eleven and two o'clock. Apply for terms and particulars to Jl'DAII ZL'MZ, mh 21 lw 91 Water - street. Jti LET, From the first of May next, n front count - in room on the second fl'jor, gi ther with the upper lolls. Lnquire ixo. 10 1 Ita.i streii. ian4 tl tXHi tALf., SIT A house of two stories, with piarri iu iront. in oid repair ; containing about thirty lour acres, situate ou I nrogs .ecn, unu near to the farm jdI Abijah Hammoiid - the land being hishlv iiimroverl, und containing a great variety ol the best cberries, apples, peats and pesi:bc, in jrcat Miundance and in lull tiertnti tlio ltd joining WsileVs aflbrdiug ainj l siipplus n fish, shell and scaleywhich at a small t xpn e may be led irfna a creek to the upland, m.d d taiueil in a pond lor daily use a mackerel nnd bars lishery being alsoattacljeil thereto, nnd whereat one Jiaugld ol'ft sm:.ll seine hate bein Liken biickeral. which sold the next i!av liir cie hun - dreel and twenty dollars - in point of prosjwl, health and protil this site is no whrie i.i ued - - distaiK e from Ntw - V o. k about lourlc uimli s. Also, lour lots ol luiidnear tb ! hbof - - iwo ly ing on the Sound, cntainiig loitv fitt acres, and bounded on two sides with walen land ol n txcelleat anility, w ill an orchard of lour hun dred apple trees, including the best sorts for table ue ; and lor cyder, tiie Virginian crab, English hagliiecrnb, white sty re, corcagf - , fox whelp anil White sour, Willi ugiuy cneiry n - ees me black tartarian rcci unti' - nded by Fcrsytii being one. in tmnini tnese lott nre taaen duss, 111141 k fish, prr' h, iniibntf, king lisb, plaici , sole, uiaek - ercl, porgy, pike, smell, whiting, eels, nnd occasionally shecpshcad nnd shad, with wenk - tlsn am! mnnhadden in vast abundance ; leds 01 cysten , superior in quality to nny marketed in the city, ie vesy near their shores, with crabs and 1 lams, whilst ths adji - inir.g bay and creeks in the winter seasnc abound in biack duck and broad bills, and some times nre seen Ibe canvass bin k and wild geese the land afTorflmg wnodrm k. quail and snipe. The situation cannot fail tu please in every respect ; and the land may always he kept in high order, at a trifling expense by sedge and salt meadows attached thereto, and sea wteddii - ven on its shores. Also, two other lots, fine containing ten and the other fifteen acres. These lots command an extensive view of land and water; are altogether suitable lor small rural ret e:ts; soil m the best quality; and contmn about one hundred and fidy cherry trees, best sorts, and lour hundred apple tiees, most approved (or table and cyder, all in full bearing , and to each of tlie lots will be sitae bed lie acres of salt meadow il want - .d. Also a lot, containing filty three acres; about eight in wood. This lot is ubntit fourteeu miles from the city, and one rom the church ol the town ol Westchester. Il the above property is not disiosed of before Wednesday, the fust 01 A - pril next, the same oq that day will be si id at public auction, at the 'I online Coffee House, at twelve o'clock, i n accommodating terms, a to Davments. in hotli eases, hnr lurtber tniorma lion, apply to FHEDERICK DE PEYSTER, Mi. io. 24 itroad street, or near uie premises, to the subscriber, leb 21tAp1 PHILIP 1. LIVINGSTON. TV LET OR LE.liE, From the 1st May next, on reasonable tf 1 un. a large conveiii - nt dwelling houe, oppo site Lvs Lane, near the two mile st"iie, Bowery, at present occupied by I'nTessor Adrain; wtll calculated for two families, having two kit) hens, with Brooms, pantiles and vault, a stable and coach house, a well of g'md water and two cis terns. It has a very l uge garden, well stocked wilh shrubs and trml trees ; possession of winch can he bad on the 1st April next. Also to rent, a genteel 3 story brick house No. 492 Greenwich - street, wilh or without a stable in the rear. Apply at No 49Q t ireenwicb - sL ... ll.l l'V 'iltl I V or 10 IIALELI at vj WO l A i - ., n.hJl tf 34 Old - slip FOR S.lLE, The property at Brooklyn, belonging!" the estate ol Carv Ludlow, deceased, consist ing nf a new three story brick houe and lot of gpiinn. a store noose, inrrueriy occupien as a distillery, a small frame building and lot of ground, and two vscant lots adjoining the above premises. 1 nis property is situaten wiuiin a lew rods of the steam - t ost ferry, on the road to Pierpont's Distillery, and extends from Uie hill to the river. Also Io let, from the first of May next, tlie houe and lands on the hill, in the rear of tlie a - bove described piemises. Tlie houe is well a - dapted lor a private family or for a public bouse. The situation, (rota its efcvaled position, rum - mauds a very extensive snd beaufitul newottlie city, tlie East River and Bay or New - iork. The grounds surrounding II liouse (about Ove acre of hied) are in high state of cultivst.on. For irrms, apply to oeo w morto v mh 81 tf No. 5'i Williasa - sl. C UNN Y BAGS. XI, for sale by l l.BK A v t.u.ni. - su. T) l'er.rl - street. !' t fousaj:. The two - story biick fi - out lions and Lot No. J3 Cherry - street For terms, kc. apply at ill i - rw mar 3 fl&C J XI I.Et. ii SZli FVom th firat nf Muv next, si three story brick house in Greenwich - street, between i ... . ... . uueny ana courilanai - slrceu. inquire at 137 Greenwich - street. mh 3 tf OYT LET, The stores and cellar room of those 3 story houses No. 10 and lion Broad - street ; and oe.w,two.,to,ry " Nj. 8 on New street, ira - lliruutf.lv in tin. ap ai Vrt Ilk Um.J .i...i i mediHtcly in thu rear of No. 10 Broad - street, lit for a genteel famliy, tieing new. Alu, u good house at Greenwich, and one at Harl.TiD. with two and a half acres of Ground, near Manhattanville. Apply to CHAS OAKLEY, 141 Front - st. mh 12 tf TO LET. The new brick Store uo. 62 Stone - st. Apply to T. U J. SWORDS. Feb 14 it LET, A counting house on the lower floor. No. S'J south street. A lance new fire proof store in Governeuts' - lane, next door to Water - treet. Apply to TUCKER ir LAl'hlES, siili 11 29 South street. lOtl SALEOIl'lOLLAS - E, On accommodating terms, a number ul water and building lots, near and adjoinim; the navy - yard, at Brooklyii. For particular, en quire of SAMUEL EVANf, jan 22 If Brooklyn. A) LET, From the 1st nf Mn next, the lower counting room ol !o 54 Ninth street. ALSU, 1 lie upper cnuuting room, No. 71 South - it App'j to JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. It - n 1 j . - r ront - siieei tlfsJHs rir.AL t.sl A if. f UK brtl.t.. tt&u Two 2 - stnry brick houses and lots, situa ted Nos. 37 Sc 39 Vetcy - street. Alto, a house and lot No. 1 1 Bowery, near Chnlhain - equare, 44 fret trout by 125 deep. All ou act ommodaliiig terms. For tiartirulurs up ly at .o. SSi (iieenwicli - st. jau 15 tl JU LEA Ah, for a Irrm nj atari. The house and lot No. 20 Cedar street. ronl. lining six rooms with fire places, besides the kitchen, paiilnts, t nulls, etc. and a well ol gonu water. For sale, the unexpired term, eleven years, of Hip lot io. OK Murray sueel, 111 the occupation ol illiuiii I'utters.in, on lease Irom the t.pisco pal Lliurthdu St. r.sprit. luiiiine 01 J. VY. W. I... JVU;i,l.ljA., frbMdtl No. 44 Pine - street TO HE SOLD AT AUCTION, By HOFFMAN ft GLAtS, cu ratur day, Ibe 4th day nf April next, nt 12 o'clock, in . - . ; ..i - .1... 'i - li . iroiu Ul me 1 uuiinc vt'iici: iji'ii.r, I be House unc Lot No. 1 W illiani - lreet, a present 111 Hie occupation ol the siihseriber,itiial at Ibe corner nf William - street and Stone - street The lot is 91 feet deep on Wilbam - strect, 21' feet 1 1 inches tin Mom - street, and 4H feet four inches deep from W ilhaitt - slreet, at the north wardty end of the lot. The suhseribrr some time ago had an inten linn r 'converting the. house into stores , and oh taiin d plars and estimates lor that purpose., in bad oilers from respcetHhle mechanics In muke bte stores on tlie lot ny some additional huilding and alterations ol the prrsent liuildiugs, lor lei llii.usnnd dollars, or to pull nil the present build ieg down, and to erect, wilh the assistance ol titi 1 re - em uiaieiiais, uve stores 101 niieeu uiou s 'lid il.illnrs. Plans and elevation of these stores, pb tl' wrie prepared to be built, may be seen al the auctioneers. ir'evenieen Ibriisand dollar of the furclia money may reiimin on niorignge. Five thousand dollars w id be rennired en exe cution of Ibe deeds, and the residue iu two, lour and six months, mh 14 t Is C. I). COI.DEV. 'IO LET, 1 ho GLOBE TAVERN, No. 143 Wa - Ur - sUeet. 'I he situation of this house, nnd its actomnioJutiotis, justly render it nn object well worth the attention of any person desirous nf keep ing a lucrative public house. Il will be let, fur - ni'hcd or uiifuruisbed, and iinmediatr possession given. Apply al No 137 Water - street. mh 17 tl t OK SALE, PROi'KUTT IN mr. CIT OP STKW - TORK. A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. II Bowery S TABLE in the rear togeth ft K A Mi er with the LOT, 44 leet front, 42 fett rear, und IZu leet 011 each side. HOUSE and LOT, No. 57 Vese y - street ; and House and Lot No 3!l Vesey - strcet. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollars, do and do for 750 do do nnd do for 460 do On valuable property in the city of New York I he inierest has always men punctually paid. For particulars imiuiie at the office of STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, dee 10 tf No. 27 Wall - street. Ti LET, The House No. 7li Broad - street, witbthe olla e, store - house, nnd sial ics contiguous, and appertaining thereto. 1 w Lr.anr For a term of years, in lots or parcels, tfcsvt part of Ruse Hill situate on the 2d, dd, and 4lh avenues, nn the Id, 24th, 25th, 26th. 27tli, fKtb, and 2'Jth streets, which heh - iigs to Mrs. Ann Rogers. For particular, apply to JAMEs A. HAMILTON, mh 13 If No. 3 Law Built inir. IO LET, And posses ion given on the first of May next, 'be spacious rod well known stand, the Union Hotel, No. 611 Wiili:m - streit. For particulars enquire of Mr. Vnnderbiit, No. 67, op posite, nih lb TO LE I. til And possession given on the fint of Vy, the house No. 41) Broadway, together with a brir - k fire - proof stable and store in the rear fronting on New - street. Also, the adjoining house No. 60. The soap manufactory in the iear, to be removed ou Uie 1st or April r or tereis apply to JOHN SLIDELI. Si CO. otrh 1 1 No. 60 Broadway. jsjA 'to LEI', ISiS A two story houe, with a barn and fire scits ol land, situ .le about two and a half miles from Ibe city, opposite Hi arsenal. Fo s ferson who is in baf it of attending market aiid would cultivate th land as an early vegetable gardn, it is an o! jeet. Rent 200 dollars. Ap - 7,1.01 - 1 Kiondwav. "'b 611 1 j - - jw EIRE PROOF M - JRE. To let snd ioseint) firt of May next, tlie lour story fire pioot toie. No. 34 feoeth - sL ltsvren C'oenties and Old slip. Enquire ol t! subscriher, No. 1 Murrat,or 45 (.liRmln - r - street. Irh 9 tl a. II t,KSIIi, IO LET, I From the 1st May, the house Nn. V.VS Greenwich street, corner of Libertv - stteef. at present occupied by Doctor Nei'son. The premises may be viewed any day. between tlie hours of 12 find o'clock. mh 1011 TO LET, The following Houses, vis: Tlie h - .ee No. 95 Jolm - strett Tlie house No. K7 do The house and store No. 305 Pearl - street Tbe hoove an1 s'ors No. IU Cherry - 'rcet JAMES W. ellAW, febtl N. 5 Boweiy. J (i l.t.1. Hi at riiiinniiiii tnil eletrant House. coiner of It load why m.d llroosjie - street. AL - O. A neat bouse with a large garden, frontinr - Broadway, between llleecker and Princes su Apply No. 4 Bowling - green. mh 14 '.' House, blubU, Intriten, Kt ul Orcenirui, Tit, The subscriber will let or lease, for a term of years, h house at Greenwich. It is pleasantly situated ou tlx: banks cf the ilndson, snd calculated to accommodate a large ftimily. i or term, apply to DIV1E BET HUNK, Jan JU it 2 Wall street. L.1I hUHJJl.Gd. 1 wo offices in Law Buildings No. 3, to be u.uled. Apply on bie premise. Io JAMES A. HAMILTON, Lsii.tr at No. 69 Broadway. Ieb..dtf JULt.i .1 V BLOOM IMi DALE, 'I'lie bouse and grounds belonging to the isutu of John Shaw, situated on tbeeisoth ave - ue. un the premises ate an excellent doable ouse, stable, com b and ice bouse, with every thing else requisite; fi r such r n establishment, it is presumed nny otb r Ccscription is unnecessa - y, as inure inclined loicnt wilt view theplaie. rtiso, iiiv irue me pruol store 111 the rear 01 ousrs 1 1 and 13 i earl - street t where these is for ale some old Msriira Vine. by the Demiiohn. For lurtber particulais,a ply to AiK M. SHAW, Jun "0 s 11 Pearl - street. Oi .iALL OR lO LEA ah, kinsi Lots in the ft. 6. 1. nnd 10 Wards ; mtnv 01 wiiicli are on reguhited aud paved streets. .No money will lw rtqiuiedjinder tea years, if sold, MllL'SES. Fr vera! two nud three story bouses, on which a ie.it part of the money rennun no mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK. An excellent mnd Ut husmes. with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, storehouse and bam. COTTON und WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acres ol lai d, cd a never tailing stretuu, npen wbiih20 mills limy be erected, with a stifliiieiny 01' wider lor each. Apply at iD. - i uret - iiwith street. jiiii 1.1 tf IO LET, A Tavern nnd More in - Hushinr. ntme - sent occupied tiy Mr. Wni. Shaw. Apply tu mil o tl I . UltitiOPiS. t .iLLABI.K PLOfEtit. For sule. the Dover Iron Manufacturing Krialiltsliiuent, in the county of Morris, and statu of New - Jersy ; consisting 01 a rolling and slit ting Mill, in good repair, which works two pair ol rollers and cutters, shears, ftc. all at the some time; a valuable forge with two Aics and one hauiuier in good repair ; a stock of toul and ore ou hand, suthcient lo make fifty tons of iron ; a good saw null ; acul nail lacfory in good irpnir, ullicieut lotipluy thirty men, and may be extended to uiploy one buiidrtd more t brnd cutting machine mid a steel iurnnre ingoott repair ; convenient to thu wuiks is a store and a number of bouses lor the iu 1 oiiimndntion ot families, M.d - excellent stabling Inr l ims that may be ntrei - sury to Keep tor me use. 01 ineettaniisnmeii! ; also, on.haids. past ui e and mesdow lots, iinme - dintely Bilioiiiing the woiks, with timber land IU liny qiianlity, hot exceeding two thoussnd live hundred acit s, withiu three miles Of said works. The great vein of iron ore, commencing at the noted ru ktiiii) mine, runs more than 2 miles through this tract, and three mines are now open, from which the loiges are supplied wilh ore, and more may be oiti,ei snd ore raised to supply works to any extent 1 tiie mines are within two miles ol said works, and good roads, so that the ore can be raised und delivered at the forge at two aud A half dollars per ton. The auive di - siuhed works are situated on Reckiiway Kiver, ntoul eight miles fmra Mor - rialown, Iwruly five milos from Elisabeth 'owl, mid abuu' Ibe sainedislunce Irom Newark, with good turnpike roads leading Irom sxid works to rut h place, in a pleasant healthy situation, and in. a good neighborhood, there being two Presby terian Chun ties within lour miles, and a friends mx ting Ikiuks: within two miles of ssid place. tins stand lor colli (ling liar iron for the slit - ling null is very commanding, there being nearly one hundred lorge lifts in Ibe county ; most of them are nn the s're.iiii above Dovsr, a;l tba iron, in going to New Vork market, can conveniently pais those works. At this mill ire'iuently lour tuns ol har iron liavc been slit and bundled iiito nail and spike r ds in a day. und upwards of me hundred tons oi nails have rieen madu in a year. A large amount ol goods may be sold at tins place in exchange for bar iron,pn curing sup - Idles, Sic. 4'c. 'i'hcie are valuable sciles both a - love ft below on tins lruct,ou which more works may be erected. ALSO, That valuable well known farm, lying in the township of Randolph, shout two miles Irom Dover, and six miles Irom Morrisluwu, and witlii . one quarter of a mile 01 the Union turnpike road, near Pleasant valley, calltd the Distillery Faroi, containing about three hundred a res, about one ourili pari ol wlmhis excellent meadow, (no fou'lh pail plough and pasture land, and Ibe re mainder timber. A considerable part ol the tim ber is of the original grbwth, and 1 suitable for sawing, the other pari is thrilty young limber. Hum uiti - en 10 1 wcbiy yeaisgiowtn. titer are on said (arm upwards ol six hundred aiiple trees, inline, ordei, eight tosiitetn jeisold, the most 01 them ol grafted fruit, and more limn half nl them Hanson apples so famous lor cider. 'I lie ueadoHS are flat and free from stone, through which runs two lively streams ol water, and near ly the whole may be watered. One ol Ibesn streams is sullii lent lor a grist - mill or other works ; there are saw mills, a grist - mill, lul ling mill and oil mill, on Ilia sauie stream. On said farm are two valuable stites tor water - wmks. a convenient 1 leiin tiUre lot ret I a short dam, and rais a to.isidrrnble pond, niih twelve or ulteen feel head - lielow this the water ran be taken into a rce. arid in less tbsn twenty chains, on good firm ground, is more than twent y I ret fall. Ill this way Uie waver nn um twin. nr wilh the elliense of only one dam There is on said lanu an extensive cider mill with four presses and cisterns, housed and well hooped with iron, siiflicjent to fvnld twelve hundred barn Is ol t ider. Coswer.led to Use cider works is Ibe still - house, so conveniently si tested that Ihr wfiole operstiua is completed withoat puiSjiintf. The water for condensing the spirit suniilieii from a never failing spring, within six rods ol ih still house, and has sufficient tiead to run into the cisterns. The buildings comist ot o small Iraiue dwellings, one good Iramebarn.' 54 feet long by 26 feet wide, under a part of which is good cellar 1 there are also bar bouse. cow sIm Js, .c. ALMl, Valuable rrmt - rty at lonewood. in the towo - sbip nljeflerson, six mite irom Dover, toe ilsin liram b of Urn kuway Kiver, consist ing 01 a very vtduable forge, wilh two files and one ham mer ; aliundaiirs: N water the whole year, large (snnd, end n very warm "ituhtion, ud for (lftutt years past has bii as ruucfi iron as any t - co nre in the county. Ilieore 1 withis tour miles, and a part ol the road turnniked. Thesrveml tract oi.ntttei with this tstablisbment amount utto - geihrr to about fouitccn hundred' acres, the great' r p.irt timber, to makes durable supply ol coal lor the lurge. Iiniueriiately adjoining Ue lorge is very valuable plow and mcauow ImimI snfbcii ut foi three f.vrms nf o - ie hnu - Jred arrej each, with houe, orchard and barn. Iwsidr scyerai gt - od dwelling fVr irw f. - mnirs that msy lie empluyed in working the lurse. The whole or any pa't of fhi very valuable property will lie md at su. b prices and credit st will make it worthy the attention ol any persosl wishing to puichase. f or iurliicr imortaatioe ei.quireof At.'OR I.OPF.Y. atU ver. IrfltAM. CAM 1F.LD. t Morristown. ' BLACK WKLL to WFARLAN, at N. Tork. fb i'OD.'.t.tl

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