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Ul r : - llflfflffifO ' NUMBER 4926 SATUR DA Y, MARCH 28, 181 8; NO. 42 PINE - STREET. ? TITE NEW - YOR ST. x : " : ' . - ir jJLLE THE SHI r - YARD Uf r01 THE SUBSCRIBER, A SLOOP, bow baildiug of the best rjffC Materials, aboat 100 toon timber oflive y ? 8ak, lociut ud cedar, bottom plank JJJrbite oak, built on purpose for the Albv T ttJ' A SLOOP of 60 toot, calculated for r fZai trad where - dispatch, burthen, and T ! v. draft of water it required. " ' A periagua SCHOONER, of 40 tons, (vwi draw but little water, with a lee - V?V board through the centre of bar keeL i Mieapected to tail very saet. - Alio, a SHIP of 360 tona, calculated f for a LiTerpool or London trader, (that y tVfu be finished to fait the puKhaier.) a f vm. timbar and plaok. Also, timber awed to bill for bow bmlUing. . nov 6 t CUARLES - BROWWNE. icn afjv, oft, tAtEA, J.iJ" Qr. cam colineuar wine 130 qr casks anJ 300 half do dry Malaga do - 6 do and 14 half dwaweet Malaga itJi Florence oik 12 bottlee each I 40 balei Italian writing paper, Foolscap and so da orbiting do letter i4hhdsEnglUhglai'ware,cooitingofwiue and tumblers assorted J00 boxes wit hones aud 60 Jo olive 1 boa Freuch kid gloves 1 do ostrich feathers, very rich , ; 1 do - engraving ' 9 caves felt hats, 1 do chip do 40 bales Italian rag. 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 OaftasDUtkah andcallipatty cotsahs Chadpore, chomooolly, johauua, lackipore and soogspore Sannahs, jullapore and mpw ' Checks, white, red and blue gillahs Madras pattern do Sootee and froctsoy romals, for sale by CI I A S. L. OGDEN, and ABRM. OGDKN, . inch 6 Washington - st. UPERFLNE LEGnORNS 3 cases avera - tinc. No. 40 for tale by LEONARD C. PARDONS, St CO. mh 13 343 Pearl - street. f.LuUK aim niils i Flour, nnding from IS brig Mount Hope, from Rii - hmond, lor tale by w. S. i haiu, mb 18 84 Front street. QIIEETINGS - 8 baits Flemish Sheetings, for VJ sale by JA.Mts u tu.u K to. 1 mh 24 No. 61 Pin - street. UN NY BAGS. - JuOU, lorsate hy lj CEURA Jfc O MINC, mh 13 76 P - Bl street. IjlOUU Hundred touj first qjalilv Nov t .mu - X tia Plaster for talc m lots to suit purchas - lets Apply to WALTF.R NEXSON, l74Front - st. corner of Burling slip, or to JOHN BYERS, foot of Harriwti st. men 17 North Uiver. BO.Y1B.AZEI IV), atd colour do allbUck do twilled, aborted colour?, just r - ceived - Forsaleby OIISwa., mcb 3 . ISf Pearl - t hh'ds old Virginia tobacco 5 do new crop da do 6 bbls floe flour & i In miildlin? dn. For iale bv , VASQUES, MF.URON & CLEF.MAN, eb 7 tf vo. 72 Wnhin?ton st SI bales prime Alabama cotton, landing from schr Nassau 20 bides New - Orleans cotton per brig Fi - 5 hhds Kentucky tobacco $ nancier IN STORE, 20 tons clean St Petersburg hemp Russia duck, German steel, roll brimstone 15 cases tumblers 30 boxes Castile soap Writing and wrapping paper 1 case Leghorn hats, No. 30 a 40 Also, just received, 16000 lb Havana coffee, in hhds. arid A few htfls of rectified iiure spirit, made from molasses rum. For sale by JAMES D' WOLF. jr. Feb 23 - 5" Front - st, UO.V1 LSTIC el O I'H ER V A Kba. . rMUE subscribers kerp constantly on hand an X exteusive aatortmeat of the following goods, vix : Dutch and English Broomt Duster, or Counter Brushes .Hearth Brashes, fancy nnd common Head do do do Cloth do do do VVeavers do White Wash do Shoe & Scrubbing do - Paint Brushes and Sash Pools Clamps, 4.7, 8 row Furniture Brushes Horse 'do Led Cordt, Clothes Gunny Bags - Popes Headt Crumb brushes Bellows, fancy and common Do for Blacksmiths Hall and Entry Mats fails and I uus Wheel - Barrows Fine Wiie Sieve Do Hair do Whiis of every de senpti on Seine, sewing, wrap ping, baleing and ball Twine Fisti Lines Lines - Sash Corat, Trace Ropes ' Shoe Sc sadlert Thread Dear horn1 s Ballan cet, Sic. Wroueht and Cut and Nails and Brads Which they will tell wholesale or retail on li beral terms. ttBHA i LIIIlliU, nihil 76 Pearl - street. Til BROWN, stone seal engraver andjewcl - JL . lor, No. 1Gb U roadway. Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, Lc. engraved ea t tone, a nandsome assonmrm oi nne goiu seais, a i i chains, and other jewellery Ladies' sf ala eugraved with coats of arms, mottos and fancy devices. Diamonds amethysts crystals &c bought in the rouzb or cut to any form, Books of heraldry kept with upwards of CU.UU0 names. j an 7 am TTEMP. LEAD, PAINTS, &c. - Russia JLX hemp, in lots to suit purchasers 80 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - 2 to 6 8 casks bar lead, 7 tons pig le'ad 50 bales Indi. twine English sail and seine twine 3 casks Prussian blue, 6 casks, veraillioa 3 hhds verdigris 50 catks French yellow ochre Dry white and red lead 20 boxes tin For tale by PETER SCHERMERHORV St SONS, 243 - Water - streeL Also, 200 anchon, of Hunt's make, from 40 toiXN)u Cablet and cordage, of all Hies bett quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery. Febll tf MILITARY LAND PATENTS. ?0R SALE, aa anselected lot of 70 laad pa - r tent,, located in tue Illinois Territory, and boejht directly from tlie Soldiers. Apply te ISAAC R. ST. JOHN, tthlOtf So. 3? Wall - rtieet. by i JOHN B MURRAY t BONs offer for tale, in Iota to tuit purchasers, at No. 1 13 Pearl - street, . . . . IUU qr. cat at tnenwiae, tnu ana mior ismi - Iv use 500 cases superior margsux claret, vintage of 60 cases old hoc IBll la casks bottled brown stool, ? doxea tact) 10 do assorted apothecaries gists r are 1 case ails er eyed needles 3 do pine SO casks containing an assortment of Hardware, Cutlery and saddlery 5 casks card - wire, No. 30 a 33 30 cases English sbeaffiing copper, 28, 30, 33 30 tons old sable Iron oi. U do English bolt, octagon and flat iron 6 do Banra and Spanish block tin 7 do nig and bar lead. mh 16 tw 1KO.V, UTt.LL, AND UAkDWAMl. g f Tons English irou, assorted, in flat tUjJ and square bars, a part of which is entitled to debenture. 100 tona round iron, assorted, frem 1 - 2 to 1 1 - 3 inch 100 do Swedes' flat iron, frenxl to 5 inches 60 do do square, assorted, from 1 - 3 to 3 inches 60 do each flat and square Rania iron 60 do country irou assort d SO do plough share moulds 10 do aaleiree and crowbar moulds 10 do horse - shoe moulds 30 do braaier's rods, assorted, from 3 - 1G to . 3 - 11 inch 30 do spike and nail rods, assorted 10 do sheet and boiler plate iron 60 do English and American Iloept 10 do English (L) blistered steel 10 do Swedes steel - 10 do Crawley do ' t 5 do German do 5 do shear aud cast steel 20 do Bristol and Nova Scotia grindstones assorted 500 anchors, assorted, from 50 to 20001bs. I do about 90001b. 60 rolls iheet lead, ats'd 3 to 6 lbs per foot 100 catkt tnikei. ais'd. from 4 to 9 iochct 300 do CHt uails, frem 3d to 30d 50' do wrought nails, attortea 20 do slute and nurse nailt 10 font iron pott and bake pant, ats'd from 1 to 10 gallum, entitled to debenture. 5 tons English spelter . 30 doAmerirap hollow - ware, consisting of Pott, keules, Lake - pans, Skillets, spiders, tea kettles. Andirons, Sic. 10 casks trace, ox and boat chains Anvil, vices, and beak irons Forge, tledge and hand hammers Mill, cross - cut and pit saws Cart. Waggon and Chair Bnset Window Glass of different tizet Shovels. tiiadei. Hoes. tec. Toueiher with a general nisottment of Hard ware and Cu'lery, for sale on reasonable terms, ABEfcL & DUN SiCOM II, ro M)3 vaier si. comer oi a.ui'ci - ii. nth 23 Ini fA LONDON PARTICULAR Tfcat U lllf r E W I.NK. 5 quarter cak ueurl,' equal to ivmueira 2 d dty I .iilum, with : general assortment of dn a:j CrM quality 'I t.as and Groceries vi - . v old jani.i':a ciirit, irun. wiutaev Old lVv.li and Cognac Biandy Fish - mi' ei, r nglish Hacnn uud Split Peat lounl. i - toui ei - ier hna L i.t - Uurcciietise Very mpvrior Aii'.erit.iii mid Pinf Apple do Loiii( n Brown j?limi, llnins, 'nonlders . - in Uud Bt:i f, C rdial, .Mnnghtm Bittert IJrnujohnt, t - :iri;e rjottlet uud linstol ware. Also. . s. i' nit rtsortmenl of earthen and ekua - wart,. i n tale cheap l'nrcash, bv EWVV. BI.ACKrtlKU. 157GreenMi ireeC A f - w qunrter boxes ol good tf auih fcegart. iTKhL, HATH. He. B. HOG KKS Si CO. no. XJa rean - ti. offer I' f tale, 50 hiiiidlet Htilback Meel 5 tons tx;s O. L. do 1000 boxi Toi.hcco Pipet copper miai ;s. his 3(1 casts r.ngiith Hats; 5 crates Soda Jugs 40 rasas GImbs Vnre 100 crates Brmley Ware 50 c asks bent English Poller Malt Kilu l ilet Ei glish Spelter ; blnck Slatet Tin Plates ol'dilferentdeicriptions. Together willi a sreneral assortment of Hard ware nnd Cutlery, by the package or from the shelve, "ii the most liberal terms. n.h 2o 2v f ILLS, FURDY & Co.1 212 Pearl - street, 11. corner of Fletcher - street, offer for tale the following goods jusl landing from the Impor ter: 9 8 fine and suncr Irish shiritingt 9 - 8 fine aud super Madapollam do. Light ground plate, aud dark ground fancy ca licoes Super super light ground chintz cambric do. and rtmamwg of formir importation!, Jaqonet corded border neck bdkfs. 7 - 8 silk aud cotton ginghams Flue colored sarsnets Imperial 3 - cord, lisle,and blue marking thread 3 - 4 and 9 - 8 striped and cliccaeu couou gmn - hiuns. assorted 9 - 8 teer - sucker silk stripe ginghams ; 1 - 2 ell fai.rc iwillednilk mutlius s 6 - 4 Italian ttripid silk and cotton dresses entitled to debenture, and calculatea tor export tinn Silk lace veils dresses caps scarves sleeves, &c Sic. Also, lorkfine herrings, and a few Nora Sco tia grindstones. mn GLN.Lk.MA who intends wnvi - ig r in a few month., for England, wishes to es tablish a connexion with a person in this ciry who - well nrnuiinted with the routine of com merre. Tlas obiect of the advertiser is the es tahlishment of a comminsion botiness. His con iixinna re ttrr extensive amonesi ine nun fucturinir interests of England. It will be necet larv inr inv hisiiiii Hni lii iiawn is win, i v. 7' , :..,. a.idreu. with real name, to A. X. at this office. mh 24 6t s.i u v a t ' a rrf niTn m iinv.r time limited by f Ixw a antart. oher and indostlioilS lad nndentands all kinds house - work, and taking care of horses; also working on a farm or in j u. .injui. mr. rj vm and ot EttlUCI lie IUW . 1 1 - f - - . . B . .. . .L. .1. m n.l possessing lh'e qualibcaUoos will get informa iv iiiimiiiii n. Anvwrvn mil w au w . lion at wo. Za uowery. ......... on mh 26 tf F.LLUH WARD. PLA5TEROF PAP.Ia M ANUFAC I'ORI, At Uie foot of Harrison - street, North - River, 4'XTHERE manufactured Plaster, for eorm - V tes and other pipces. mar be had. war - ranted of the first quality, at one dollar and turn - fjr Jive eenU per buthtl. , . Tlie manufactory it conducted by Mr. John Tucker, who hat served a regular apprentice - saltan ll th an starves KitirAtM. h 2l JOHN BTERS. uorur I'lun'V I WAVIkD. WW's . - . , HHKrEmCar Hmw CirDenlers may find I constant employ frim one to nine nymths to go about twenty miles up the North River. inquire at No. B3 South slruei. mhll TO LET, Penn, fk CeH nf Ma Rett, a frOOt COOnt tog room on tne econd noor, "s - .ir. op per lofts. Enqiire No. 167 reanitreeu jan 34 tf 1 - ral a to a 30 a in be in an in VALUABLE PROPERTT. The subscriber offers for sale a valuable farm, 73 miles irom New - Tnrk, lyhig7 miles souUaof Pougbkeepsie, on the port - rood, within 4 oi a mile oi toe mill on the fulls ot wanptn - ger's - Creek, and in the neighborhood of several landings from which sloops tail weekly. It con - taint 1 10 acres or level, fertile land, with a vounr orchard of 'grafted fruit, wood sufficient for fuel,! and all in good leoce. The bouse contains seve 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. ' Alto, another lot of 40 acres, contiguous to the above, and bounded southerly by the, falls of Wapuinger'i - Creek. 1'he land it fertile, in ea - cellent fence, and of easy cultivation. What renders this property valuable, is, that it may be made place of celebrity. There it already e rected on the falls a saw - mill of great capacity, carding - mill, which enjoys the custdm of the neighborhood, besides several other tcitet for factories, unoccupied. The whole force of the creek can be diverted with a little ex pence to at drive a range of mills on a level plot of gruund just below the falls, and accessible by an easy navigation; where factories of every description, with every facility of power and tra importation can be constructed. AUo, a flour - mill, of the first class. The mill - house if large, with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated for 6, with new machinery for manufacturing wheat, Ajc, with an elevator for raising grain from vessels into the upper loft of the mill. Connected witn tne 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 five dwelling houses, large barn, bay house, carriage house, corn crib, hovels, tic, a cooper's shop calculated foi hands. Two of the houses are new and well calculated for genteel families : They command 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 tale before Tuesday the 31st April, it will on that day be offered at aac - tim. For terms Ccc. apply to PETER MESIER, No. 25 Beaver - street. Feb 20 ABRAHAM MF.SIF.R. fOH bALt., A bouse of two stones, with piazza in frout, in good repair ; containing about thirty four acres, situate on Throgs Neck, and near to the farm of Abijuh Hammond the land being highly improved, and containing a great variety oftlie best cherries apples, peart and peaches, great abundance and in lull neanng tne an - joining; waters affording ample supplies of Ash, shell und scale, which at a small ex pence may led irom a creek to the upland, and detained a nond for dailv use a mackerel nnd hnss fishery beimr also attached thereto, and whereat one draught of a small seine have been taken nia kerel which sold the next day for one handled and twenty dollars in point of prosiwct, health and profit this site is no where exceeded distance irom - ew - 1 ora anoui luuneeo mut t. Also, lour lots of land near th? above two ly ing on the bound, containing lorry nve arrts aud bounded on two tides with waters land ol excellent auahl v. with an orchard ol four hun dred nnnle trees, including the best Hurts for ta - Die use ; ana lor cyoer, uus irgiuiso unu, ens, - lish hug toe crab, while styre, coccagee, fox whelp' andwliite tour, with euchtv cherry trees tlie rr ,", - . - r:;; u black tartarian recnmiueuded by r orsyth being one. - in iront oi mrse lots are lauen oast, mac fish, perch. inuUett, king - fiibiPlaice.eolee, mark - ereirporgy, ke, Wr?,riTme;,ris "V" - ": lonally sheepshead and thad, with weak - fish and uiannaiiueu in van ouiiuoin - r, wnvvi ujuci., iiierior in quality to any marketed in tne ciiy, iv ve.sv near their thoret. with era lit and clams whilst the adjoining bay and creeks in the winter season abound in MatK aucas anu oroaa dims. mil inino limes in seen the canvass back and wild geese the land afloffling woodcotfi, quail and snipe. The situation cannot fail to please in every respect ; and the land may always be kept high order, at a trifling expense by sedge and salt meadows attached thereto, and tea weed - dri ven on its shores. Also, two other lots, one containing ten ann me other fd teen acres. 1 hese lots command an ex tensive view of land and water; are altogether suitable for small rural retreats ; ton oi - tne licit uualitv t and eontain about one hundred and filty clierry trett, bett torts and four hundred apple trees molt appmvca ior laoie ami cyner, an in lull heating , and to eacn oi me rois win oe attached five acres of salt meadow if wanted. Alto a lot, confining Ulty twee acre! ; aoout eight in wood. 1 hit lot it atout fourteen nnlei from the city, and one iron: me cnun n oi me town ol Westchester. II 'e aoove propeny is not disposed of before wediesday, the first of A - pril next, the same on tint day will be sold at . .. .. ... r.i.: - a' - public auction, ai ine icnuur oium nouse, at twelve o'clock, ,n acconmodating terms, at to payments in both cases. For further inlorma - i ion, a i pi j w r s " iliilh, Esq. No. '24 Broad strettjDr near the premises, to the subwnber, ieb34tApl PHIL 1. LIVINGSTON - 1 . The nronertv afBrooklvn. belonging to the estate ol Caiy Luit'W, decrased, csnsist - ing of a new three story. nncK houte and jot of ground, a itore house, , - onuerly occupie.d as a distillery, a small frale building and lot of ground, and two vacaulots adjoining the above " : - i - i.:. i.i i.:.. uremines. I IU uiul,j ohuqiw mimii few rods of the steaiuoai lerry, on ttie roa - to Pierimnt't Untulcry, d extends from the t.iU to the river. i . i Alto 10 let, irom uni ui may nrxt, tne - house and lands on lb hill, in the rear of the a - , fTuf, bovc described prenres. 7 he house is well a - daptt d for a private imily or for a public hou - e rtie siluailuii. irom i euvaten nosiuon, com mands a very exteiuvc and beautiful viewol the city, the Last iliveana oay oi .vew - lorg. 1 be grounds surroenng tne nouse (.aoout uve acres ol land; are I a nign state oi cultivation. For terms apply 7 t ulu, . muniu.i, mhSltf ' No. 59 Wiliam - st. 'fo It fr one or more yeart. The fOfWing houses house No. 294 Hnikdwar. twoort above Watliinztin Hall. with a coach bo in the r ar if required Also, a three story bM house No. 415, in said street. Also, a new angenleel two story brick house, corner of Lisfiard and Church streets, the terms modern! For further particulars, apply at 4 15 Broad tf - nib 25 It f FOR SALE, A ttstory house situated in Pearl - street, Broofn. Hotesion may be had on the first of W next, for particulars, apply to the subsler, on the premise. mh 23 tf JAMES r.ILL. (r1 I - IOUI, JfJJJ xhbole or part of a genteel two - story bi - Kk houi W,U a sunie ui the rear, io tbe plrasantestrt of Broadway, within three quar ters of a tf lna t - nj - tiHii i ne terms reasonable tSod tenant. For further particulars, eojt - at 189 Broadway, opposite John - street - , mb85 lw ' TO LET, srery convenient bouse, with abont haU an " ground, about mile from Use citv wfi'S Ibe house occopied by Mr. More - ffOJy Fifc uinuwiui inn Ufv mwiff.j road. to I JOHN R. MURRAY, mlf HuJioe - scjairt. t TO LEASE, form term yros, The house and lot No. 20 CW street. coniaifilngtix ruotut with fire placet, betidet the kitchen, pantries, vaults. Ac. and a well of good water. , For tale, the unexoired term, elevefc vears. of tbe lot No. 69 Murray - street, in tlie occupation of William Paiters - in, on lease from tbe t - pisco - pai.CburcbduSt.fjprit. Inquire of J. w. w. i;. ftiui.i.iuAn, frbxVJ dtf No. 44 Pine - street. 'IX) UK HOLD AT AbC'ilOA - , ULl By HOFFMAN fi GLAbH. on Satur day, the 4th day of April next, at 13 o'clock, i:i HVII, V. IIW I UlllHIB iiiiiiw;. Tbe House and Lot No. I Witliara'street. at preaeel in the occupation of the suhscnhrr.sifuate at the corner of W illiam - ttreet nnd Stone - street. The lot it 91 feet deep on William street. 4H feet 11 inches on Stone - street, and 48 feet four inches deep from William - street, at tlie uortb - wardiy end ol the lot. - lle subscriber tome time ago had aa intra Una ol converting the house into stores nndob tained blars nnd estimates for that purpose. He bad offtn from respectable mechanics tn make five stores on the lot hy tome additional building, and alterations of tlsc prtaent ' buildings 'or ten thousand dollars, or to pull all tlie present buildings down, nnd to erect, with the assistance of the present materials, five stores lor fifteen thousand dollars. Plain and elevation of these stores. as they were prepared to be built, may be seen at the auctioneers. Seventeen thousand dollars of the purchase money may remain on uiortgnge. ' Five thousand riollais will he required on exe cution of the deeds, and the residue in two, four and six months. mh!4 Ids C. D. COLDEN, ri. To LET. aSiS TheIIouieNo.7aBroad - itnet, wilhOie oriit e, store - house, and tlablel contiguous, and appertaining thereto. TO LEASE. For a term of years, in lots or parcels, thnt part ef Rose Hill situate on the 2d, l, and 4th avenaet, on the 23d, 24th, 25lh,26ih. 27lh, 2K(h, and 39th streets which belongs to Mrs. Aim no Sirs. For particular, apply to . JAMEs A. HAMILTON, mh 13 It" No 3 Law Builc ings. IX) LET. IXJj And possession given on the first of May next, the spacious and well known stand, the Uuion Hotel, No. 68 William - street. For particulars enquire of Mr. Vanderbilt, No. 67, o - posite. mh 16 TO LET, And possession given en the first of May, the house No. 48 Broadway, together with a brick fire - proof stable and store in the real - fronting on New - street. Also, the adjoining bouse No. 50. - The map manufactory in the rear, to be removed on the tit of April lor tcrmt apply to JDHNSI.IDELL&CO. inch 1 1 No. M) Broadway. JO LEI, A two story house, with a barn aeri five acret of land, situate about two and a half iuiIps i fom the city, opposite the arsenal. To a person who is in the habit of attending market and would cultivate the Inrid as an early vegetable garden, it is an object. Rent 200 dollars. Ap ply at a w roaoway. nm o " QE1HE HHuOF bTJHE. To let and possession first of May next, the loar story fire proof store, No. 34 houth - st. between Coenties and Old - flips. Enquire ol the subscriber, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber - street. frh9tf S.D.CRAIG. TO LET, tiajij The following Houses, vji: Tlich jose No. 95 John - street The house No. 97 dr 1 n. bousu and store jo ivrl - street The house and store No. 131 Cherry - si reet JAMES W. SHAW, feh31 No. 5 Bowery. EOK HALE. Seven acres of land in West - Chrtter. 1 l - t miles irom this city. On the premise are a good dwelling - house, barn and lowl - house, a thrilty young orohard of grafted fruit, a garden with asparagus beds, shrubbery of gooseberry. ctrrants anu sirawnerries, with a well ol never - uliug pure soft water, well calculated for dittoing. The stages pass every day to New - York; a vessel twite a week ; being only a quarter of a mile Irom the landing. Enquire of HENRY CHEAVENS, , 158 Broadway. Alio for tale, agryd substantial light wnggoti, calculated for one or two horses; to be seen at Ssndlord's Livery Stables, Broadway, near lies - tir - street. liquire as above. mhlltf TO At. XT, The Aiscmlily Room, with the adjoin - ug apartments in Ross's Buildings, No. 146 Fulton - street, next to tlie corner of Broadway. j ne prriuiscs are wen caicuiatso ior a large srhool, for fiublic meetings or societies t the targe room living upwards of M feet in length, and a - lout 29 feet in breadth, with a 14 feet ceiling. 1'he whole, as to situation and size, is well calculated lor an auction establishment for furui - lure and other sales. , The above will be rented for any term not exceeding seven years from the 1st of May next. Enquire of the subscriber No. 107 Fulton - street. mh IS dtf B. T.. BLISS. , 'IV LET, From the first of May nexf, an excel lent house, out - houses, nnd grounds adjoining, posse ssu g every comfort and convenience for a 'genteel family ; situated on the (irsvtvenue, near IVorth - t'reet, and about one mile from the Civ - Hall The rent will h low to a good tenant. i - or Ur(her particulars annlv at Uie store of tlie tuhtcrio - r. No. Hi ftoLt str. t. rnh2l2w CORNS. DUBOIS. IXf Lt.T, Those two fire Proof dwelling Houses. o. 74 aiKl 76 Mott stn - et, about fen minutes walk irons the Coffee Houe. They will he put in compete repair, and wecalcIMi d for geh - leel families. Apply at No. 137 Water - street, mhlltf 'TO L&T, The itore No. 20 WalMtreat. Apply al Uie ttor. feb 19 tf ICMHHEAVK VI GHLt..iH liSH. To lie let, the' house and grounds fronting on Oreenwich Lane, belonging to the estate of the Lite Samuel Milligan, ana at present occupied by Mr. David Ely. i ... . trtiiM siewetr ror panicuiars enquire oi juii.v where luinbcr merchant, foot of N. Moore - street, or "Jf 1 . PRINGLE, in tbe Bank of New - York. feb2Htf EOK SALE, The twostory brick front House and Lot No. ii Cherry - street For terms Sc. apply at 76 l earl - treet. mar 3 To LKT OH LE.1SE, From the. 1st May next, on reasonable terms, a larg convenient dwelling bouse, opposite Love Cant, near the two milestone, Bowery, at present occupied by Professor Adrain; will calculated fortwo families, having two kitchens, with 8 rooms pantries and vault, a stable and eusirli house, a well of rood water and two cis terns. It has a very large garden, well stocked with shrubs and Iruit trees ; potsciiion of which can he had on the 1st April next. Also to reut, a genteel 3 story brick house No. 493 Greenwich - street, with or without a stable in the rear. Apply at No. 490 wenwirn - ss. or to UALacr at i.u.vi. ah 21 tf 34 wi mp. TO LET, . At alow rent, a three atory brick dw elling in Norfolk - et. Enquire of wit? sj rrT. mb 26 96 VValUtreet - Houte, SttUti Garden, lie. ml Greenwich, 7U L.m.1 The snbeerUier will set or lease, for a term of years Wt house at Greenwich. It it pleasantly uuatd on U baakt of the Hudson, and calculated to accommodate a large faaiily. For terms, apply to . DLV IE B ETH L N E, Jan: 30 . 03 Wall street. iftaii! Twoofhcesta Law Buildings No. 3, to bti unted. Apply'on tlie premises, lo JAMES . HAMILTON, Esq. or at No. 69 Broadway, lebtidtf tO L.k.' ji lii LOOMING VALE, The bouse and erounda beloneina to the estate of John Shaw, situated on the eighth avenue. On the premises are an excellent doule house, stable, coach and ice house, with every thing else requisite for such an establishment, ft is presumed any other description it uniiecetsa - ry, at mote inclined lo rent will view tne place. Also, tlie large fire proof store in the rear of bouset 1 1 and 13 Pearl - ttrcet ; where there it lot tale tome old Madera Wine, by the Dcmijoiui. r or luiuier particulars, appiv io afl ivi. M1AW, Jan 39 Pearl - street. rOH HALE Oh 'JO LEASE, Lots in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Wards; many oi w hich are on regulated and paved streets. No inorwy will htt required under ten years, if sold, interest excepted. HOUSES. Several two and three story booses, on which a gieat pari oi me money remain on mortgage. LANDING AT RED HOOK'. An rxrelleiitstnod for business, with ten acres oi land, pleasantly situated, with a whan, ttore house hud barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, wilu 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, iion w hich 30 mills may be erected, wun a tunicienry oi witter loreucn. . Apply at No. 2 llreeiiwichstrest. jan 13 tf IX) LET, A Tavern and Store in Hushing, at pre tent occupied by Mr. Win. hliaw. Apply to mtiOtf T. GlbliONH. t or Sale, or Excltiun for property in ttie city. A FARM containing - 60 seres pleasantly situated on the Hudson river, and adjoining the village of .Newbu.gli The land ia ot an excellent quality, and w ith the exception of a few acres, has been seeded with timothy and clover for mow injf i it is well watered by a small bi ook that never fails ; the place abounds with fruit of the cho.cwct kind and in great va riety i the buildings are a house, bjirn and o - ther necessary out hous s i in point of pleas antneas of situation and extensive prospect. it is not exceeded by any place on the Hudson river. The rapid growth of the village of iVewburgli it trenerully known, tbe village is now bounded bv the farm on the north, and the first externum north (which will probably take place v the course of a lew years) brings it immediately on to the faVm t the advantages ol inch an ereut speak for themselves. Also, within 2 mile of the Uim, 30 acres of wood land i the wand ia about 20 yean growtt) nd the land is welt covered with it t tint is a valuable acquisition to tne rarin on the river. Alto, a farm in Connecticut, in the town of Guilford, at .Vachemshead harbor, containing between 60 and 70 acres. The land Is of an excellent quality, and the greatest part is In ti mothy'grass. It is bounded on three sides by the sea, which aDords ample sources oi niauure, and saves much fencing. There it on the place a house, barn and out - buildings sufficient for all purposes of tbe farm. For terms of the Newburgh properly, apply to Messrs. J. It T. Powel, at thai place) aud for lha Guilford farm, to Mr. John Caldwell, at Uudlord ; or tar both, to tbe subscriber in New - York, at No. 181 Broadway. HARRY, CALDWELL, mrh 6 D2aw4wClaw4w JO LKT, From the 1st May. the house No. 133 Greenwich street, corner of Liberty - ilreet, at present occupied by Doctor Neilson. Tbe pre miset may be viewed any day. between the hours oi i? and t o'clock. mn iuii TO LET. From, the first of May next, a three atury brick house in (ireenwich - street, between Liberty and Courtlandi - etreeU. Inquire at 1J7 tireenwicli - street. - mh 3 tf ifC - l TO LET. Ui.J Tbe stores and cellar room of those 3 story houses No. 10 and 1 2 on Broad - street ; and a new two story house No. 8 on New afreet, immediately in the rear of No. 10 Broad - street, fit for a genteel famliy, being new. Also, a good houte at Greenwich, and one at Harlem, with two and a half acres of Ground, near Manbattanville. Apply to CHAS OAKLEY. 141 Front - st. mhl2tf TO LET, The hew brick Store no. 62 Stone - st. to T. & J. S WORDS. Feb 14 JO LET, A counting house on the lower floor. No. l'J south street. A large new fire proof store io. Governeuri' - lane, next door to Water - street. Apply to lUtKLn tV LAUKIES, mh 11 29 South - street. FORcALEOll TOLfcAoE, On accommodating terms, a number ef water and building lots, near and adjoining the navy - yard, at Brooklyn. For particulars, en quire ol SAMUEL EVANS, jan 22 tf . Brooklyn. TO LKT, From the 1st of May next, tbe lower counting room of No. 64 South tlreet. AI.."5lJ, The upper counting room, No. 71 Sooth - it Appiy to JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. leb 13 . 67 I ront street a HEAL ES I A 1 E FOR SALE. U ' ; Ji Two 2 - ttnrv brick houses aud lots, situa ted No. 37 k 39 Vesey - slreeL Alto, a house and lot No. II Bowery, near Chalham - souare, 44 feet front by 125 deep. All on accomumdating terms. For particulars apply atNo;32Gienwicb - s TO LE I', The GLOBE TAVERN, No. 143 Wa - tai - rtraet. I he situation of Ihis houte, and it accommodations justly render it an object well worth the attention of auy person demroos ef keeping a lucrative public house. It wUl be let, furnished or uufurnuhed, and immediate possession glien. Apply at .10 IJ nsirr - iuio. mh 17 tl tOR SALE, bcal raoraarv ia inn tin of bkw - tokk. an A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. II ULl Bowery ST ABLE m the rear togetb - erwitb the LOT, 44 feet Iront, 42 feet rear, and lib feet on each tide. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Vesey - ttreet ; and . . j a nn , - . . . fiouw nu gjxn iw - oj . rwy - reci. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1300 dollar do and do for 750 do do ami do for dn On valuable property ia the "city of New - York. i ne interest pas aiway neen punctually paid. .. - uu!a.. inri.m - W It r . v. .u i i i .1 i w uinv ui STEPHEN P. LAM0I5E, dee 10 tf o. 27 Wsul - itreeL ! A CARD; , Kr MR. BERAUU1 bat the honor of informing the ladies and gentlrmea of this city . that - Li eotisequetM e of the 1 otilii'ih Party betug o. Thursday next, his annual Ball will he postpones to the i hunduy ibllowing, 2d of April, mhSl IQtt. , . Eur Englnnd, tne Haltfax, A. S. . fX3 Letters lor his Britaaniv majeslv's packet S IFTSURE, (for Falmouth, va Halifax, No - ' va - 6cotia,) will be received at the post - office' till Weduesday afternoon, the 8lh day of April. mhlHtApl T W. iX)HE, agent: . SjTKEl T MAMJHE. " ()7j - The contracts hirh are to b entered into lor the afreet munure, will cnn:encv on tlie 1st of May next, lor 1 or 2) ears, to be mentioned in the sealed proposals ; and the stirets are to be swept ami cleaned, from the 1st of Marrh W the 1st f January, in every year. F.bSl - . MECHANICS BANK. f7 The stockholders are hereby no'tfedtbat an election tor thirteen Directors will be held on Hie first Tuesday in April next, and that lha poll wilt be opened at the Banking House is Wall street, at 10 o'tloc k A. M. and closed at if o'clock P. M. By order of the Tretident and Directors. . mehS , W. riSJM'ash'r. ktate uf AtM - Vvr C'vtHiiroirr's (tfut. fJTJ - Public notice is herel given to the hold ers nfthe sev n i r cent stuck oi this slate, that Sii instalment of twenty per cent uniol the origi - naf amount of that stock, ccual to four seveu - reenms ni iim prrsent amount, will be paid on on tlie first day el April neat, or at any time thereafter, whru demanded. Payment will be tnadn at tbe Bank of New - York, in lh city of New - York, to the stockhold ers residing in lh southern district oi this'slate and out ol tlie title, and to all others at tbe New York State Bank, in the uity of Albany. . It it required that the certificates issued for the stock should be exhihitrd to the bank where such' payments are made. Ilis interest oa the said instalment will reaie after the snid first day of April next. Dated at Albany, match 9th, 181(1. ARCH'D. M'INTYRE, Compt'r. mrh 13 dtAI rjj" Mrs. GALLOP having taken (he house No 21 Uroadway, now in tbe occupancy of Mr. John I. Glover, utrrra from the 1st of May next, a residence to gentlemen and ladies. 'I he pleatantnest of the bi tuition needt no comment,. mh 24 ti W Kb 1EHN CANAL COMPANY. fC7 A dividend of live and half percent, on tlie Capital Stoc k of said Company, will he paid to the btockholdrr on the 1st of April. Apply lo Baient Blescker, Esq. Albany, or 230 iVaf - liam - itreet. By order of the dim tort. THOMAS EDDY, Trcaiurer. ' mh 16 1m I'UHLIC NOTICE. ftt" The 'public are hereby notified, not to' give credit to nny perion or ertoiii on Oiy account, or pay any moniei due me, without my written authority. New - York, March Sitli, 18 lb. inli 25 I w ' CONCERP. fET - Mm. FRENCH, tetiiertfullr inform herfrieuds and the public etuerally. ifiat thein - tenils giving a 1 - oim erl ol Vocal and Instramen - lal ivluiic, oa l uesduy evening, tin J lit Instant. Particular! ot which will appear in a lew days. ml; 36 dff (XT MRS. Artf) f.PENCKil contemplates opening a tchoul lor yoooj ladies, to comwenca on lha first of May ensuing, on the following terms : reading, wnling, geography, grammar, aritint - tic, tambouring, embroidery, including: the ludiments of French and drawing, for teo dollar! ier quarter ; lessons on piano forte or guitar fifteen dollars, five to be paid in advance. Mrs. 8PENCEK feels that she has some little claim, to the patronage uf the radius of her native city, by no means founded on a sense of her owe me rits, but on behalf of four fatherless infants. To the mean, proud. r.u - ifeil or imperious, site doee not address hetself . but lo (he female who pos sesses true feeling or rea' piety whose deligdfit is to cause " (lie widow's heart to ling for joy" it it the patronage of sth h, and tuch only, the solicits. Satisfactory reference will he given if required. Wbite - ttreet, No. 3. mh 36 10ti . , . Arm - York Eagle Mamifartuniig Company. 03 An election for seven Trusiees for the en . - suing year, will he held on Moods r, the Ctb of April next, at the counting mora ol George Rich aids, No. 00 Pine - street. Poll to be open Irom I to 2 o'clock, P. M. By order of the board. mh10t T. C. BUTLER, Sec'ry. PottpoHcmtnt of lAe forum, fiy There Will he no Forum this ermine. The next and last Forum will be on Fri day evening, the 3d of April, .at the Assembly Kaom, City - Ilolel, whtn the Ibllowing queshssi will be discussed : " Is it essentially necessary lor the efficient administration and for the ulti mata preservation of the government ol tbe United States thai itehould be in the hands of a party?" Alter tbe discussion ol tbe question, an appro priate VALEDICTORY ADDREt will be delivered by Thomas fesseuden, esquire. aih 26 Bt NOTICE. The subscribers having KCfived a gene ral Msigriinrnt of all the estate of John Murfay It bont, for the benefit of creditors as expressed in the assignment, hate authorised Peter Ludlow to liquidtte the unsettled accounts and to receive payment of all debts due loine said firm, or to tbe individual partners who will attend to the same at hit office, No. Ill Pearl - strrt - t. WILLIAM BAYARD, feb 34 tf HENRY BARCLAY. d elect Boarding .sciiool. 'INHERE are at present Ave vacancies in tbe 1 Resd. .WILLIAM POWELL'S SJiool, in riiUipsrx.rli, Honkers, vei - - - nsirri - uH.7. Hit system of education issued at to enable him to qualify young gentlemen for College or the Counting House within reasonable time. His school is select, the numlier of Pupils limited,' and the trvalment of Uie most libera! kind. The following tranche! of Ulefui and polite li terature are taught, vi Greek. History. ' . Ifin, . Frew h. Coniputitioc, ' Writing, Arithmetic', - ' - English Grammar, Ucografiny, rnatm - maure, arc It is presumed that few Instil Vinoi of thekilfcl can ofler greater advantages wbelner they regard itructi.ii in general literatere, ia moral air I rshgioua priucipie. ot in correct and gertti rnaa - ly lpoitmcul. Tlie Psrsonagn in winch the Pupils are accommodated, ia commodious, reti red and pleasantly tiluated. Its dwlaore from New York it about seventeen miles s to wrl.iiOi tlierei.i always a diruct and e.iy communication. For further Particular annlicatien mar lw made to - Bistujp flobart Dr. Wilson, Columbia Colletre T. 9 t'laikiop, Etq. C M'F.tets lo. Wot: Bsyard. joa. Esq. A, SclseruerLorn, Esq. C. D. Coldea.Esq. T. A. F.miaet, Esu, mh 26 D2o.2w Q TWO H0UE.3 OR SALE, No. 94 and 96 Jdlin - atree. Enquire at 460 Pearlreet. - Wli 2i lJt tar tain. Barter, or To Lei. "sf A coavenienl hmsse - wad ott - htriIdins mitt, hsi .rin - at isirm. ana a law m.mmi ground, r omaiaartisjj a floe new o'tae Ilndsoa, aoout 3 4 of emrs ride from tosre. Terasi very liberal. ARJlsitSi Front itruet. U2 IW v ; - . - t 1 - X ! V ' I : - t v Ui . i

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