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MONDAY, MARCll 30, 1818. ytMBKR 4927 NO. 42 PINE - STREET. SALE AT THE SHIP - YARD O THE SUBSCRIUEH, A sf.no P. now build'ine of the best ' materials, about 100 tons; Umber of live lr. Inciiat and cedar : bottom uhuik jerseywhite oak, built on purpose for the Alba - n trade.' ' A SLOOP of SO Ions, calculated for y any trade where dispatch, burthen, and Leafy draft ol ater is required. a ..r;, tr'wmvi'R nfAOtnn. trill draw but little water, with a lee iffi'sVr hnard th"",ln tu6 centre of her keel, anil is expected to sail very fast. Also, a SHIP of 360 tons, calculated tMv for a Liverpool or London trader (that ffir - Rn be fiuithed to suit the purchaser.) UV - Spars, timber and plank. Also,, timber tawed to bills for house building. pore tl CHARLES BROWNWE. iCjUPERFINE LEGHORNS 3 cases avera - O eiiiS, No. 4J lor saie ny LEONARD C. PARSONS, & CO. 24it Pearl - street. rah 13 rNLOUK. - iOO bbis ol flour, lauding Irouu I1 briif Mount Hope, troru Kichmond, lur sale by W.&S. CRAIG, mh 18 i K4 Front street. OHEETINGS U bales Fleroith Sheetings, for O sale bv JAMES U. KINli UU. mh X4 No. 61 Pine street. CI UNN Y BAGS. - 3000, lor sale by T CEBRA CUMING, . D,h 13 76 Pearl - street. F OUR Hundred tons first quality Nova bao - tia Plaster for sale in lots to suit purchas - en Apply to WALTER NEXSON, 174 Front - st. cirncr of Burling - slip, or to JOHN BYERS, foot of Hirrion - t. . mch 17 North River. Qf VIRGINIA JOOACCO ii iLUUJi. O sf hhds old Virginia tobacco , 55 do new crop do do 6 bbls fine flour . 15 do middling do. For sale by VASQUE3, MEURON & CLEEMAN, Feb 7 tf No. 11 Washington - st. ft COL i OA', lOBACCO, tie. i A" bales prime Alabama! cotton, landing ' fromschr Nassau 20 bales New - Orleans cottou ) per brig Fi - 5 hhds Kentucky tobacco naaciur IN STORE, SO tons clean St. Petersburgh hemp Russia duck, German steel, roll brimstone J 5 cases tumblers 30 boxes Castilo soap Writing and wrapping paper 1 case Leghorn hats, No. 80 a 40 Also, just received, 16000 lb Havana coffee, in hhds. and A few hhds of rectified pure spirit, made from molasses rum. For sale by JAMES D' WOLF. jr. Feb 23 57 Front - st. OICILY MADEIRA WINE. 8 pipes old Si - O cily Madeira Wine, imported in 1815, lor rale by TUCKER LAURIE3, mh 13 2 Snoth - rtreet. fM"y BROWN, stone seal engraver audjewel - JL . ler, No. 16G Broadway. Coals of arms, crests, cyphers, &c - engraved en stone. ' ' A handsome assortment of line gold seals, chains, and other jewellery. . , Ladies' seals engraved with coats of arms, mottoi , and fancy devices. Diamonds, amethysts, cfyrtals, Lc. bought In the rough or cut t. any form. Books of heraldry kept with upwards of 60.000 namra. Jan 7 3m HEMP, LEAD, PAINTS, iiC Russia hemp, in lots to suit purchasers CO rolls sheet lead, 3 I - 2 to 6 8 casks bar lead, 7 tons pig lead . SO bales ludia twine Englwh sail and seine twine - 3 casks Prussian blue, 5 casks Vermillion 3 hhds verdigris 50 casks French yellow ochre " Dry white and red lead 20 boxes tin For sale by PETER SCHERMERHORN & SONS, ( . . . 243 Water - street - Also, 200 anchors, of Hunt's make, from 40 to 2500 wt. Cables and cordage, of all siies, best quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery. Feb II U MILITARY LAM) PATr.NTsS. FOi SALE, an unselcctcd lot nf 70 land patent, located in the Illinois Territory, and boushtdirvctly from it Soldiers. Applv to ISAAC R. ST. JOHN, tab 10 tf . - - - No. 39 Wall - street. NICARAGUA WOOD. 111 tons, of a supe rior quality, for sale by TUCKER to LAURIF.S, mh 11 29 South - street. B ANDA.N'NAS 4 ces first quality Ban dannas, fur sale by mn20 26 South - street. 10 TTON et RICE 64 bales prime Upland lr sjolton 4 do. New - Orleans do 114 tierces Rice In store and for sale by GRISWOLD A: CO.ATE3, Dlh 12. 6K South - street. INE: L. P. Fcnc - rifle wine, (Pately brand,) in pipes, hhds. and qr. casks, im ported July and .September 11(16 and July 1817 Cargo TeneriiTc wine, ia pipes, entitled to de - benture. Cape Madeira wine, in assorted casks, shipped iittlie Cape olliood Hope in 1813. OH Lisbon wine, fi'i for family use. . For sale by A. D. DUFF, ' mh 26 lm 69 Washinpton - street, SpOTTON YARN. lOtAJ lbs. Cotton Yarn, KJ No 15 and 10, 1 wist and Filling, for ia,. at xso. a rlelchcr - streei mh 11 NOTICE. flT The subscribers havins; receivrd a general assignment of all the estate of J'lhn Murray 4c Soas, for tlie benefit of creditors as expressed in tlie aseitrnnient, have authorised Peter Lud low to liquidate ihe unsettled accounts and to receive p tyiuent of all nebts due to Dm said film, or to Ihe individual partners who will attend to the same at his otfice. No. Ill Pearl - street. WILLIAM BAYARD, feh24 tf - HENRY BARCLAY. sCT TO LET, Uria From the 1st May, the house No. 133 Grteowich - ttreet, comer of Liberty - street, at present occupied by Doctor Neilson. The pre raises may be viewed any day, between Ihe hours oi 1? and I oflocK. ml) lotr 'Jit i.ki: rmm' Ilkfirct nf Mav next, a thre story brkkbouse in Grwiwicli - street, between i i - i . i. . . . , . . 'wnr aim i oiiruanai - sxrecu. iu quire at 137 Greenwich - street. mil 3 tf FOR fJTt TO LET, ' MinJ The store and cellar room of those 3 story houses No. 10 and 14 on Broad - street ; and a new two story house No. 8 on New street, im - jneiiafely in tlie p.ar of No. 10 Broad - street, fit for a genteel family, being new. A'so. a good bouse at Greenwich, and one at Xiarlsea). with twoaada half acre of Ground, near Maahattnville. Apply to CUAS OAKLEY, 141 Front - t. mh lttf IROX STEEL, ASU HARDWARE. C K f Tons English iron, assorted, 'io flat AtJU and tquare bars, a part of which is entitled to debenture. 100 tons round iron, assorted, firem 1 - 2 to 1 1 - 2 inch 100 do Swedes' Cat iron, from 1 to 5 inches 60 do do square, assorted, from 1 - 2 to 3 inches 50 do each flat and square Russia iron ' 60 do country iron assorted i'O do plough share moulds 10 do axlctree and crowbar moulds 10 do horse - shoe moulds 20 do brazier's rods, assorted, from 3 - 10 to 3 - 8 inch 30 do spike and nail rods, assorted 10 do iheetnnd boiler plate iron 60 do English and American Hoops 10 do Ecglkb (L) blistered steel 10 do Swedes steel 10 do Crawley do 5 do German do 5 do shear and cat steel ' 20 do Bri - tol and Nova Scotia grind stones assorted 500 anchors, a - sorted, from 50 to 20001bi. 1 do about 9000lbs. 60 rolls sheet lead, nns'd 3 to 6 lbs per foot 100 cas!i spikes, ass'd. from 4 to 9 inches V00 do rut uuiin, fium 2d to S20d 50 do wrought nails, assorted 20 da slate and tiorw nails 10 tons iron jkjU and huke pans, ass'd from 1 to 10 gallons, entitled to debenture. 5 tons English spelter 20 do Americ an hollow ware, consisting of Pots, kettles, bake - pans, Skillets, spiders, teu kettlti. Andirons, tic. 10 casks trace, ox and boat chains Anvil, vices, and beak irons Forge, sledge and hand hammers Mill, cr'ss - t ut and pit saws ( - art, Wtou und Chair Boxes Window Glass of dilterent sizes Shovels, Spades, Hoes, &c. Together with agcmrnl assortment of Hardware and Cutlery, i' r sale on reasonable terms, by ABEEL to DUNSCOMB, No. 363 Wattr st. corner of James - slip. mh23 lm OLD LONDON PARTICULAR 'i'ENE - R1FFE WINE. 6 quarter casks nearly equalto Madeira 2 do dry Lisbon, with a general assortment of first quality Teas and Groceries Very old Jamaica Spirits, Irish Whiskey Old Peach and Cognac Brandy Fish Sauces, English Bacon and Split Peas DoubU Gloucester and Cheshire ('hreie Verv uprrior A merit mi and Pine Apple do LoniTin Brown Stout, Hams, Shoulders Smoked VecC, Cordial, Stou.htnn Bitters Demijohns, Lan;c Bottles and Bristol Ware. Also, a small assortment of earthen and gluts - ware. For salt; cheap forc;ili. by EDW. BLACKFORD. 157 Greenwich - street. A few quarter boxes ol good Spanish Segirs mh 19 2w STEKL, FII'KS, HATS, tie. BW. ROdKRS & CO. No. 235 Pearl - st. vifi r lor sale, 50 bundles Halback St. el 5 tens twf O. L. do 10UU boxes Tnb; ceo Pipes Copper Boat Nails 20 casts English Hats; 5 crate Soda Jugs SO casus Glass Wure 100 crates Brlry Ware 50 f asks best English Porter Malt Kiln Tiits Ei gli.h Spelter ; Mack Slate 'i'iii dates ol different description, Tcaellier with a sueial ussortiuent ril Hard wire and Cuilerv, by the prttkage or from the shelves, on the most liberal terms. ndi 5f5 2 BO.uiMZL i' i A, at"ortc - d colours , do all black do twilled, assorted colours, just re ceived For sale by OTIS & SWAN, men a 157 t'carl st. AW..N I LL.MA.N nno intends leavuig l.crc in a few months, for En:l:ind. wiih. i to es tablish a connexion with a person in this city. who is welt acquainted with the routine of commerce. The object of the advertiser is the establishment of a commission business. Hit connexions are very extensive amongst the manu - lactunng interests ol r.ngland. 11 will ne nun i sary tor the applicant to hnve property, and wtiose character will bear inquiry. Addri;, with real name, to A. X. at this office. mh 84 6t r'OK SALK. A COLOUR ED BOY - thr time limited by law a smart, sober and industrious lad understands all kinds house - work, und taking care of horses ; also working on a larni or ia a garden He is nineteen years of age and of a ood dispnfili'in. Any person that ivant a lid xnseinn timsc qiianlKulions, will get mioruia - tion at rsj. 2j Bowtiv. mh 26 'f F.LIJAII WARD. PLAr'l KROFI'AKl?MANUF.Cl t'UV, At the toot of Harris u ttrct, North - Kiver, INHERE nmiiulactured Plaster, furc.crni - t . e ard other pii - posrs, inav lie had. war ranted ol tlie lirt cuatitv, at one dollar and liven - luHre cents ver Inuh'l. ne manuiai'tory is conducted ny Mr. joim Tucker, ho has oeivcd a regular apirentice - snip to Uie mason business. mh2l JOHN Hi i.rs. JO Lt.i, From the first of Mv next, a front count ing room on tl.e second ll.mr. together witti llie upper l itis. Enquire No. 167 Pea;l - stret. i an 74 tf Hoiut, Stable, Harden, A c. G'reenu iri, JO J.r.J TKa ftF...:i u - ;il I. t nr loflto. for a teiiu ol'ytars, hs house at Gre nwirh. It is pleasantly situated on tin. banks ol Uie Hudson, and raicuimeu 10 accomuionate a iar;;e iiiiiir - r ji terms, apply to D1V1E BETHL'NE, Jan3' 92 Wa'l stret. JO l.LJ AT LLOOMLMihA LE, iBjll The house and grounds belonging tnti.t estate of John Shaw, situated on theecMh ae - iiuc. On the premises are an esc illen' douSle house, stnble, roach and ice house, with evttv ttiiiUiise r.'qiiirite for such no establishment. V i pretnmed any other description is unnecessa - rv. artlioce inclined to rent will view die place Also, the Urge fire proof store in the rear of hbUM - s 1 1 and 13 Peari street ; whrre the'e is for sale some old Madera Wiue. by the i)emiji.lin. For furtner particulars, apply io ANN M. SHAW, Jan 29 11 I rtrl - atreeL ton SALE OK IO LKAzt., Lots in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 VS ards ; many ol which are oo regulated and paved streets. No money will be required under ten years, H sold, interest excepted. . HOUSES. Severr.1 two and three story houses, on w hicb s great part cf the money remain n mortgage, LANDING AT BED HOOK. An excellent stand for business, with ten acres of land, pleasantly sitaated, with a wharf, storehouse und barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near Nc w - llaven, with 40 acres ol land, and never failing stream, upon w hich 2U mills may be erected, with a sufficiency of waterforeacii. Apply at No. i Greenwich street, jan 13 tf J A Tavern and Hore in Flushing, at present occupied by Mr. Woi. Shaw. Apply t mh6tf T. GIBBO.tA, J WO HoUt.Es Oll fcALK, 4J ni'l illllilJlMJ'um. al 460 Piarl - street. mh 25 lut VALUABLE PROPERTY. The subscriber offers for sale a valuable farm, 73 miles from New - York, lying 7 milts south of Poughkeepsie, on the post - road, within 1 - 4 ol a mile ol tlie mills on tlie (alls of VV ampin - ger's - Creck, and in the neighborhood of several lauding from which sloops sail weekly. It contains 1 10 acres of level, fertile land, with a young orchard of grafted fruit, wood sufficient for fuel, and ail tu good fence. The house contains several rooms, has a good barn, and all in excellent repair. Its tituatiou being on an elevated plain, rcuders the place not only healthy, but presents from the dwelling a delightful inland prospect. Aim, another lot ol 40 acres, conbeuous to the above, and Imunded southerly by the falls of VVappiiigcr's - Lreck. 1 he land is fertile, in ex cellent fence, and of easy cultivation. What renders this property valuable, is, that it may De made a place of celebrity. There is already e - rected on the falls a saw - mill of great capacity, a carding - mill, which enjoys the custom of the neighliorhood, besides several other scites for lactones, unoccupied. 1 he whole force ot the creek can be diverted with a little ex pence so as to drive a ranc of mills on a level plot of ground just below the talis, and accessible by an easy navigation ; where lactones of every description, with every Utility ol power and trauMrtation can be constructed. Also, ' a llour - uiill, of the first cIbss. The mill - house i? large, with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated lor 6, with new machinery for manufacturing wheat, &c. with an elevator for raising graiu from vessels into the npper loft of the nail. Connected with Ihe mill is a large store house for stormg wheat and Hour.' Witsx the mill will be mid 53 acres of excellent land, on which is .ittiated five dwelling home; - , a largo bai n, hay house, carriage house, corn crib, hovels, uc. a cooper's shop calculated foi 20 handi. Two of the houses are new and well calculated for genteel families : 1 hey command a view of the river, with a beautiful iutervalo landtcnpe formed by the meandering of the creek immediately in front. There are few places which associate so many accommodating qualifications for the merchant, mechanic or firmer. If not told at private sale before Tuesday the 2lst April, it will on that day be offered ut auction. For terms, c. apply to PETF.R MESIER, - No. 25 Beavar - strect. Feb 20 ABRAHAM MF.SIF.R. frTfel 'UR LL, jlsl A house of two stories, with piazja in front, in good repair ; containing about thirty four acres, situate on Throgs Neck, und teal to the farm of A!ij:di Hammond the land being highly impreved, and containing a great variety of tlie best cl:rrii:, apples, pears and peaches, inrreat abundance and in lull bearins the ad joining waters affording ample supplies of fish, htllHiin scale, wiueri ai a sinan expencc may be led irum a crerk to the upland, and detained iu a pond lor daily use a mackerel and buss fishery teifi ulto attached thereto, ami H here tit one draught of u sin.JI s ine have been taken muckers! which sold the next dav for one hundred ai.d twenty dollars in point of profoct, health and pr - dil this nte is no nheie exte - Mtd dirtunre Iroui New - Yoik about loiirfeen milfS. Also, lour lots of londnearth' above two ly ing on the Sound, containing mity file acres, and bounded on two tides with waier lanu oi .in rxceMeut quality, widi an orchard ot four hundred apple tie' s, including the bett sorts for ta hie ue ; mid lor c der, the Virginian crah, English hagloecrab, wbi - t. ttyre.coicaee, fox whelp and white sour, with ilt;bty iheny trees tlie black tartarian rocc miiieiided by Forty lb being one. In front ol ;ii"e lots are taken bass, black tiih. perch, inuliott, kine - litb. plait tuU.t mac W - erel, porgy, l ike, 0iC!!, wl'Uitig, Is, ai.d occti - sionallvslieeihtudi..id tud, v illi u eak - lith and uianhadden io vast abundance i beds ol nyslei:, superior in iiimiity to any marketed in ilm ciL.. 1 .i :1 - i - .. ... i.. .1 it verv near ineir smiit.i". wmi ,.rii iwiu iaii.. whilst the ad.i1iiin bay and c reeks in the wintei season aoouuu in oidCK uui:hs biii: ut.mn uric, and some limes are seen lh" cnr.ves b.n.K ai.d wild geese die laud aflorfliug wood, ock, qu .il and snip?. I he ntu uion cannot fail io please m everv respect ; and the land may always he kiyt in high order, at a trilling ex - nsf bys..den d salt meadows attached thereto, aud sea weeitdri - ven in its shores. Alan, two other lots, one containing ten and the other lit teen acres. These lots command an extensive view of bind and water; are altoge'hr suit - tlilc torsuiall rural retreats; soi! ol ihe lies' quality ; and contain about one hundred and B'ty cherry trt, l.ests rts, and four hundred apple trees, mot I approved fur t:ihle and cyder, all in Mill herring , and to em h of the lots will be attached fi.e acres r.f salt meadow if wanted. AliK. a lot, containing fit'y three acres; about eight in wood. This lol is about fourteen .miles from the city, and - ne iroin the church r,f the town o: W'tcht iter. If the above property is not disposed of before Wednesday, the first of A - pril next, th - tame on that day will I sold at public auction, at the Tontine CoC House, at twelve o'rlof'K, i.n nccommodatin terms, as to payment, in both cases. For further inlornwt 'i. n, a( ply to FREDERICK DE PFYSTER, Esq. N o. 24 Broad strei t, or near the premises, to ttii subscriber, it b 2 UApl THILI P I. LIVINGSTON. FOR S.1LE, The pmpertv at Brooklyn, IHnnsine tin: estate ol Cary Lnrih w, deceased, consist - ieg oi a new three story brick house anil lot ol ground, astore houn;, formerly otcupi. d as a distillery, a smn:l fmine builliu ai.d lot ol ground, and two va ant lots adioining tlie above ,.rtnnes I bis pro(ierty is situated within a few rotls of the Mt.Rin - hr.ul (errv, on the road to Picrpant's Distillery, and extends from the hill to tne river. Also to let, from the first of May next, the hn,c and hnds on the hill, in the rear of the a - b"ve dm - r'Sed premises. The Iiqumi is well a - dapti d tjr a private loudly rr for a public h' - use. The situatioi., from it elevated position, ccui - .nands - i very est, nsive and l eaoliiul vicwoittie city, the Eat ttiv.r and Bay or New York. Tiie grcuil surrouMing In" bou (aniut tivf acres oi land) are in a high it. te of cuili. - .tion. For terms, apply to GEO. W. MORTON, mh 51 tf No. r,J William st. To Let for one or "re yiurt. j:vtJ til Ihe lolmwinz bouses - house JSn. SV4 Broailwav. two doers above Washinetin H dl with a C"i h ho:ise in t!ie rear if required Also, a thne story nnck houe o. 415, in said street. Also, a new and genteel twostorv brick boost corner of Li'ocunrd and Churi - h - streets, the terms nm1. ra'e.. t or lurmer particulars, apply at 4lo broailw ly. . mhVol1 FDR SI.V rjf?! A two story house situated in Pearl. street, Brooklyn. Possession nvay be had on the ru st of .May next. For particulars, apply to the subscriber, on the prcmu.es. mh 2i tf JAMF.S GILL. TO. LET, The whole or part of a geoteel two - stnrv ftsfi brp.a lioufe, with a stable ia the rear, in thr plca;aulet part of Broadway, within three quarters ofa mile of the Citj - Hall The terms reasonable to a good tenant. For further particulars, enquire at 1U9 Broadway, opposite John - ttreeL mh!5 lw TO I.KT. fcrlT A rerv convenient house, with about hail an acre of groand, about mile from the citv, iljir.iug thebousocCBpieil by Mr. .''ore - wood, betwixt irreenwtch and the Broadway road. .Apply to JOHN R. MURRAY, mh tf Ou4o - fqu.are. 1VW &alt ftf FrcSijw far tmilvrll in the ?Si "7 - r - rm A FARM eontaminir 60 acres, pleasantly situated on the Hudson river, and adjoining tlie village ol Aewburgb. I lie land is or an excellent quality, and with the exception of a few acres, has been heeded with timothy and rlover for mowing1 1 it is well watered by small brook that never fails ; the place abounds with fruit of the cho.ceat kind and in great va riety ; the buildings are a house, barn and cither necessary out housrs ; in point of pleasantness of situation and extensive prospect, it is not exceeded by any place on the Hudson river. The rapid growxls of the village of New burgh is generally known, tlie villne ii now hounded by the farm on the north, and tlie first extension north (which will probably take place in the course of a few years) brings it immediately on to the farm ; the advantages of such an event speak for themselves. Also, withm 2 miles of the faim, 50 acres lof wood land : the wood is about 20 years jrowiii aim - ne unu is wen tutcrcu iui n ; tins w a valuable acquisition io i - rni on the river. Alto, a farm in Connecticut, ia the town of Guilford, at Sadicmshcad harbor, containing between 60 and 70 acres. Tho land is of au excellent nualitv. and the ereatest part is in li uiothv grass. It is bounded on three sides by the sea. which affords ample sources ol manure, and saves much fencing. There is on the place a home, bain and out - buildings, sufficient for all purposes of the farm. For terms of the Newburgn property, appiy to Mrs. J. k T. Powel, at that place; and for the Guilford farm, to Mr. Johu Caldwell, at Guilford ; or for Uth, to the subscriber iu New - York, at No. 181 Broad wav. HARKY CALDWELL. mrh6 ,D2aw4wCTaw4w TO LET, A counting house on the lower floor, No. 1J Miuth street. ' A Isree new fire pioof store in Ooverneurs' - law, ucxt door to Water - street. Apply to , TUCKER ic LAUMES, rt,h 1 1 '29 South - street. y aLuA RLE tROREnjy. For sale, the Dover pn Manufacturing r. - i olithnient. iu Uie countv of Morris, and slate of New - Jersey ; consisting oi a rolling and slitting Mill, in good repair, which works two pnii of rollers and cutters, shears, tic. all at the same time; a valuable forge with two fires and one hammer in rood repair ; a slor k of coid and ore on hand, sudicitnt to make bit) tons of iron ; n good saw null ; a cut nail factory in good .epair, suSicient to employ thirty men, sd may he extended to employ one hundred moie ; a brad cutting machine and a steel furnace in good repair: couveuiLnt to the woiks is a store ai.d a number ol houses for the accnuiuiodalion nt families, and excellent stabling lor tennis that may be necessary to keep for the use of the establishment ; td - an. nn lir.rdn. pasture and meadow lots, imme diately udioiniiig the works, with timber land in . - ii.v onm.titv. not excieilimr two thou'iind Ine hundred acres, wiibin three miles of said works. The irreat vein ol iron ore. commelicinii tit the noted aurkasunny inine, runs more than st miles through tins tract, and Uirtc mints are nuw open, from whii h the forges are supplied wiUiore, and moie may beopcurd and ore raised tu supply works to any extent ; the mines are within two miles of said wr rks, and good roads, so that the ore can be rmsed and delivered ai me lorge ui iwAftnd a tiAirdoilnrs nerton. Tlie above described worns are suuaien on KneimuiHv Kiver. about eicht mites from Mor - ristown, twmty live milej iroin Elizabeth Town, nnd aJiuu U.e same distance from Newark, with good turnpike roads leading fmra said works to t.:t n place, in a pieasani neanny hiuuuou, nu a a good neighhortiooil, there being two Picsl'V - t - snia Chun lies within lour miles, anna menus - uiec - tsag house within two miies ol" said place. This stand lor cojld tliig b' Iron tor Ilm slit - I - jig mill is very com m audi r., (here being nearly oi e nuuored loige ores in ine cnuiiiy , iuom oi liH - mareon the streams above Dovel, and the iiou, iu suin to New York rinrket, can conve - nieiil y pan those w. - rks. Ai Ibis mill ire'iucntly ('t tons of li.u iron Pave been r!it and bundied :i:to mill n'i(! ipike rocs iu aouy. and upwt.nlf ol mi; liundrtfl ions O' nans nave oeeo uihoc m a yet r. A lauie amcu.it ol goods m iy be sold at this piace iu i xcliaiig. for bar iroo,pr curing sup - ; Itts, Sic kv. The re are valuable suites both a ln.veki. below on tins tract, on which mole works may be erected. ALSO, that valuable well known form. I vine in the towi:4hii of Rami' - !pH,' about two miles Irom Do - vt r, and six miii n in .Jorri'iown, unu mimn one quarter m a niilei - i the Union turnpike road, near fit asant valitv, culled Uie Distiih - rv Farm, C(ntiining aliout II nee hundred acres, about one ourth part ol wliu Ii is ext eiieni uitaaow, one lourth pnrt plough it'id pasture l.iiid, and the re mainder limber. A considerable part ol the tim her is ol Ine original irrowlb, and is uitatile lot s.iwinK, Ihe other part is thrifty young limber. from fifteen Io twenty yenrsgrowtti. meie uie on said farm upwards of sis hundred nppb; trees, in fine order, eig!.' tonxteen years old, me moi ol them ol (trailed fruit, and mure tlnin hah oi tliein Ilarison applts. so famous lor cider. The meadows are fl. t and free Horn stone, Uin.ugli which runs two lively streams ol water, and nearly tlie whole may l watered. One of time trenros is sullioicnt lor a gnsT - tmii r.r oiner w " - ks ; there are saw nulls, a grist null, a lul hn - i mill and Oil mill, on the aaiue slieain. tn said larm are iwo vaiuaoi m;iie.i w wn - ei - works, a convenieut cheap place to erect a short dam, and raise a considerable pond, with twelve or filteen feel liead. Below this the wall r tan oe takn mtj . race, und in less than twenty chains, nogoodfirm ground, is uiore than twenty 'tot Itill; In this way Uie water rnn oe worueti twice over with the exeiise oi only one dam. l i t re i on Slid larm an extensile cioer nun with four presses and citterns, liouted and wtM i.ooiied with iron, sufficient to hold twelve hundred bariels of cider. Connected to the cider works is - he still house, s - conieiikl.tly situated tliat the whole oiieration is toini 'eted without pumping. The water lor condensing Ihe spirits is supplied from a never failing sprirg, within tis ro the ttiil hense, lnd has sufficient hfi.dto inn intt thetiterrs The biiih'ing" con.itt of two small frame dwtllinfts, one g - o'l Ir. - iine burn, 54 leet long by 2 feel wide, under a part ol khicli is a sinud cellar ; U re are aiso hay buuie, cow stu ds, kc. Ai:u, Valuable property t Lci Rwood, In Uie township of Jtflci o;., six miles ir - in Dover, on tnr Qjarn brunch of Rockaway Rivet, :oi.n - iiiig ot a very vt.luable ion;e, w ith I wo fires nnd ont. hammer ; abuudance oi w.iter tbt wh'le year, a large jicnd, and a very warm situation, uiid for fifteen years past has made a much iron as any two fire in tbe county. I he ore is within lour miles, and t part ol the roj I lurnniked The several tracts connected with this esiablishmnt aiu' - unt altogether to nhout f - .'iriten hdi.dredn ie, the great - r prt timl - ";r, to malee a durable supply oi coul (or the loige. liniur - lintcly adjoi: ing the forRe is very valuable plow and meadow l.md sufiici - nt fo tniet farms oi otie hundred acres each, with h iuM - s, orchan and harm, beside several good dwtdhngs for the faiai'tes that may be employed in working the lorge. , , The who .if ut any part of fhi very valuable pro, erly will br sold 1 such p.i - es and creili as willuiat i! worh Uw attention oi an; pfrsoo wishi. g t purcha'se. For farU.tr mlonwiUou ci quilt, of JAt:OB 1XEY. at Dover. . ISRAEl, CA.NF EI - D. at l"":"1'''" - v . BLACK WELL H M'r ARLA, ai N. sorlt. let. ."i DVCtl ..i.S btl LDL US. Tw soffit eie Caw Utiildings N - 3? be r. nf id. A pi the premise - . r J A.'i t.s A. HAMILTON, Eiq. or at No. ii Broadway, teb iidlf A CARD. ft - MR. BERAULT basthe honor of in forming Uie ladies and gentlemen ol Ihistity, that in consequence of the Cotillion Party being on Thursday next, his annual Ball will tie tostpoued tu Ihe I hursday fullowing, 2d of April. inn ai imj Evr England, ma Ualijut, A. . , IT" Letters for his Britannic majesty's packet SWIFTSURE, (for Falmouth, via Halifax, No - va - icotia,) will be received at Ui itost - olfice till Wednesday afternoon, the fi'.h day of April. mhlBtApl T W. Mt'OKr., agent. STREET MANURE. (t7 The contracts which are to be entered into lor Hie street snnnure, will commence on Uie 1st of May next, lor I or S years, to tie mentioned in tee sealed proposals ; and tlie streets are to be swept ud cleaned, from the 1st of March to the 1st il January, in every year. Feb 31 MECHANICS BANK, (jy The stockholders are hereby notified that an electian for thirteen Directors will be held on the tirt Tuesday in Ayrd next, and that the poll will be opened at the Banking House iu Wall street, at 10 o'clock A. M. and closed at 3 o'clock P. M. . By order of the President and Director, mc h 3 W. FISH, ('ahr. i title of wVtu - i o Cumdroler's OJiet. fjr - Public notice is hereby given tothe hold ers ol the seven per cent stock of this slate, that an instalment ol tw enty per centum m the oriKi nal amount of that slock, equal to four seven teentiis oi tne present amount, win ne paiu on oo me nrsi aay ui riprn next, or ai any itine ii.ere alter wlien dcninuded. Payment will bt. made at the Bank of New York, in the citv of New York, to the stockhnld ers residing iu the southern district of this state and out of the state, aud to all others at the New York State Bank, in the city of Albany. It is required that the certificate iuued for the tloak should be exhibited to the bank where such payments are made. The mterett on the said iiittalment will rease after the said first day of April next. Dated at Albany, march 9th, I81H. AllCH'D. M'INTYRE, Compt'r. m h 13 dlAI Mrs. tfAI.I.OI' having taken the house No 21 Broadway, now in the occupancy of Mr. John I. Glover, otters from the lt of May next, a residence to gentlemen and ladies. The pleasaiitnessof the situation needs no comment. mh 4. tt Vt E. - TERN CANAt - COMPANY. fJ3 A dividend ol five nnd a half percent, on tlie Capital Moi k ol unit li.inpany, w ill be paid tothe stockholders on the 1st ol April. Aj'ply to Baicnt Bh ecker, Esq. Albany, or 20 W il - liaiu - street. By order of ihe directors. THOMAS EDDY, Treasurer. mh 10 Im PUBLIC NOTICE. lrr - The public are hereby notified, not to giie credit to any person or persons on my uc - coiuil, or pay any monies due me, without my written auuiuiiiy. JUJJ.AI VMJOU. New - York, March 25Ui, 181b. nihil lw CO.Nt ERF. (tr - Mas. FRENCH, respectfully informs htririends and the public s - miurally. that she intends giving a Concert of Vocal and Instrumen tal Music, on I uesday evening, tne - 1st instant. fnrticulars ol wliicn will appear in a lew gays, mh 25 d(it (ir MRS. ANN PlENCER contimuhitei opening a ichnjl for young ladies, to commence on the first of May ensuing, on the fullowing b ton : reading, writing, geography, grammar, arithmetic, tambouring, embroidery, including tlie rudiments ol r rencli and drawmclui Irn dot lars er quarter ; lessons on piano forte or guitar In I. en dollars, five Io lie paid in advance. Airs SPENCER feels that she lint tome little claim to the patronage ol the ladies of be r native city, by no means l - uruled on a sense of her ow n me rits, but on behallol four fatherless infants. To the mei.n, proud, bigoted or imi - . ious, the does not addle? heisell , but Io Ihe Itinidu who pot - estes Irue (eeling or rea' piety whose delight il is to cause " the widow's heart to sine for loy" it is Ihe putrniiaye of such, and such only, she solicit, baliffuttory references will be given il required. While - strett, No. U. mh Vb nn AVtr - lork Ealc .Vuniifactunng C'oni.nnv. ftr An election for seven Trustees for the eu suing year, will be lield on Monday, the 6th ol April next, at the counting roomol deorge Ilicli - aids, No. 90 Pine - street. Poll to be open Irom 1 to t o'clock, V. .il. By onu - r ol Ihe board, mh if, lOt T. C. BUTLF.R, Set 'rv. J'ii4lfjtnmiiHtl of lite Furum. JJ 'I here will be no Forum iiu errn - iriif. 1 Iih next and lan r urum will lie on r ri - day evcuiti',', the 31 of April, at the AjeniMy Ilirfim, t it v - llotel, when the l.illowmg qiuitiou will be dicusied ; " Is il essentially uecessary lor the (Ificicnt admtiiitlratinu und for Uifi ultimate preservation of the govtmmtnl of the United States that it should be iu the baud of a arty?" Alter the ilisriifiou of the question, an appro priate VALEDICTORY ADDRESS will 1 delivered by 'J lamias resteiulen, uquira. litis SG St Eur lite .V. F. Evening tJoit. The officers ol the revolutionary army peti tioned tongress, and stated that the U.iiled States haj loleuiuly contracted torsive to each et them five years full pay, at the Vf of the war that, instead of meney, liiey rfceived frem the man appointed to settle their amounts a certiorate (ut .. Ir.n it . ims amount anu lor an arrearages, (aim ueaven knows, if the account had been justly settled, there was more due than all tho bad aud depre ciatcd tratb which had been received) That this Certificate did promise to pay the debt, and that until it was paid that interest on it should be paid annually a, o p r rent I bat this certifi cate was soon found to be worth only two shil lings in the pound, because the United Mates had uo funds that those who had starved thro' Ihe war, not to continue starving in peace were obliged to fell the certificate aloreM - id for what any body would give they, then fine, prayed congress, after dediir - tin; what each actually received io cash for this bit ol paper, to mane up to them the deficiency. Congress would uot do that. The petitioners then said : Gentlemen, U you won't make good the principal, pleaie to iv u the interest you promised, a farthing ol which we never recciied. CongreM answered, your intcreel followed your print ipal into the col - fcrs ol the speculator No. sai l the officers, lint it did not The speculator bought the principal so cheap, lhnt to get it funded, and ultimately paid at twenty thiUiugs in the to'ii.d, be sunk the ix jcr cent iu'.er.t into three pir cent, and agrxce to wait leu years for a large part of Uie nriucipal without any iiitere - t ai nil. The Uui - led states gained this g - e it gam from Uie specu lator immedi ileU it is it ue, but tnrdiitely from the oririual owner from those who had worked audsuUr'td and fought for it for years - from those - wlii made your country, , aud you too, gen - Icyjru ol the tutigress, what you oow are for, iflhetesame poor It - Hows had given up the con - tcit wdith thoy carried on with halters about their necks, many of your fathers would hive been hinged, geutlemeu, and yon, yourrcive, but bankrupts when you took it, but you ars nth beyond your wirhes now Irom one sourca alone, the Alabama lands, you expect to realia forty millions of dollars, you know you do. If you will not give us half - pay for life, Which to gal rid of the hue and cry (of the cilixens chiefly uf the New - England stales) against pensioners, , we were forced to commute for five years pay,. doien, as we, ignorant ot every thing but ear du ty, were made to believe. If you wilt not, after deductihg the cash we got for year bad paper, pay Uie remainder to us now, at least give us the interest it will amount to f50U to a cap - lain, foryouhavo kept this three percent and deferred goin from 17X3 tothe present day, and V500 would be worth iuflnitely more to us and our !bor children, than the mlteral monthly pension you talk ol giving there will feot be a dozen ol us to receive your pension ia five year, you see the youngest ot tbe petitioner is 57 years of age, nnd when we die the $H) dies with us Do you think, gentlemen, your fellow - cituensj will be tatitfWd that you have done us juttice Hut congress did not t hoot e to give principal or interest. The investigating contracts, the resettlement of accounts, could not at this late dnjr be got into, and above all it would open a door Inch never could be closed. It it was the door ofjuttice, the petitioners said it was a pity it could not be opened, and remain open to all eternity, eio, said congress, we will give you nothing but a pension aud a pension they have - given to the sador who shared bis prize moley, ui me private stuuier wno received enormoua twunty ; to each ol tbt m is given a greater snoatb ly pay Uiau while ui actual service during tha war : and to generals, colonels and majors they have given tbe hall - ptty of a captain I And what . is worse, to him wlio bora the burdea aud heat of (hat motl distressful war for seven long year ( and to him who was drilled and louugtd about the camp for nine ioni7is,'the saaie doreorle givcu! Doceur, I believe, means sweetener twenty dollars a month loa field officer of sixty years of ae, while he diall live, if it is a sweet, at all, partakes largely of the nature of that fruit called a bitter - sweet. AN OLD OFFICER. Mantfoeluren and Ihe CortTnorU Spoeeh. Mr. Coleman, Au ingenious writer In your in per has, Ia successive numbers, recently astailed Ihe manufacture t of Ihe country, and hit excellency the governor's speech, iu their behalf. It was to be expected that the iu Hiring condition of our manufacturers, daily sinking into rnxi, would have soothed prejudice, aud disarmed hostility. Il is not tny purpose her to .discuss the menta of thin most iulrrcstiug question, but simply shew the above writer that be has greatly vandertd' Urum Ikr out it ion ; that his argument is misap plied ami bi. criticism unjust, remit me tox inform him that the qutttiou is not whether the) I'ni'ed Mates should adopt the C'Awirif policy t nor whether a eeuerol suitnit uf manvfucturet. aftci Ilia cxaoiplu ol Great Britain, should bs introduced mto the United states, but simply whether Me manufacturei itlitady tilulitiihea. thai! be vi held vr mjfertd 10 ptruh. I he circu instances under which our manufacture' aroMi aud the uuexampled concurrence of ihe most disastrous events to depress them ara known to all. Is It possible for this writer not Io have witnessed the general tenor of tbe petitions of manufacturers to congress, (one of winch was recently published iu the very paper by hint selected for his strictures) and not sea how lar he has wandered from the question before Uie publ:. In adverting to the condition of' our manufactories, his excellency the rovernosr Ns represented by thit writer ar wishing to super cede all importation by a general system oi do nirttit: manufactures. In the sre b of the chief magistrate, necessarily a mere suuiin - ry, Ihia wnler requires all the particularity and (luahfl - catiou of a treatise ou statistic ks, a course which would swell the speech to a volume. A sst'led ru'e of construction, haiil the general Ttmmrkt Iu Ihe tut'Jrrl matter, as depending before the public, aud MiliiricuiJy guards against iniscon - - tlui tion. That writer nttd not be alarmed at the lew brunches of manufactures attempted in tlie United Hlates ; tho' all - important iu the e veut of war, yet the article manufactured conv pose or supply but an iucon;idt.rable part of the uinorters voluminous mvoires; it is believed aa much is left to importation as any ponihle meaos of the country cau pay fur. Equally unfounded it the alarm to comuicice sounded by Uie writer. I might ask, do not the manufactures of urcat Britain form the very pillars of her commerce ? A long period mutt elape before our prtseut be ginnings will grow up to mch a system ; but tho time must t ouie when that policy to a certain extent, will prevail. II our present efforts in a few simple branches, indisprusiLle to the independence of the country, are crushed or sufler - ed to rink into iuid, it does not require the intel ligence of that wi iter tu foresee the fatal conss. qllCIICCS. " Modcratum" m often the dictate of tme witdoui, but to picscli patience aud forbearing from effoi t to a drowning man (and such is tba extri me care of our manufacturers) is as cruet as it is misapplied. Where Use writer finds evidence of cklravagtuite of demands upcu ihe iivcnimccliu ni.uialatlurt.it, be has Mil conde scended to inform hit readers. Will he please to recollect hotr many European goi eniuitxitt have actually excluded Iron consumption at home, articles imported I rota abroad, even Irom I heir own colonies ; and caa he deny a preference to cottons manufactured ia tho Uuitrd States over those imported Irom beyond the Cape of Good Hope ? Prices on some articles may be ruhauced at first, as was tba case in England, wheu the government adopted uieasuns to ostaUish iis own nit - uufartutcs over thoie of Flanders, hut, the e. d i of shert duration, and the beneUt certain and lasting. The manufacturers were out left oo the occasion al - ludcd Io, to mere "good snll iu trails" but received from the govtrLiuent powerful and continuing support. If Ihe wider in question ia ambitious oi distuning at targe tbe important Uetion of duuicflit uianuf.icture, let Lisa atv (tr the lists against the lamented Hamilton, the father if American manufacturei, and refute bis mrmoiahle rejairl on the subject; then Indeed we will proclaim him "Magnus Apollo." I he (Iqipant rriticisra ot this writer cb lha znveruor's remarks on those whe prefer the ma - '. uufacturet of other uatioos to our own, as "pay - ing taxes lor the support of foreign governments'' will rtol he dwelt upon. Surely Ibis cannot be the first lime the writer has witnessed a remark of the lice import :,lus he heard il oUerved that ureal Hntam, through her manufacture, lia lsvied contr.buliout" or lajicl ether nations for the support of her government and expensive ' enablssliBieiiU. i:ul Ibis speecb ot bis excel lency, which has extorted the ttdrniration of enemies, (ia Canada) does not stand in need of any feeble vindti.al.oo. If the writer will take the trouble to recor to the vote in cotirress oo tba duties to protect minufactSM - es as settled by the preeut lardT, be will see how great aa error ha 1 has rnn into in supposn: tlie ' western seelioo" ol tlie union uufncudlj to manolaclures jtlie co,itrary, manufoctures to end the ine ifrom that section amou the mutt xealous eaten of her interests. There t a thflereut I Ittuti that receives annually from foreign satyt would hae become hi wcrs of wood and J.awrbelweea ta:rty audfo.ty snilUousof dcuari, for - of water, geatlemcn, instead ol being tulrri of a j'he two articles of ottin and tobacco which - rich and poweiful nation. Give us, at le.itt jwilh a fow honorable exceptions, baa indcatl said Ihe petitioners, Uui iutere.t yon were al'' eyj:ed oi - poaiUou to mtjitifiitilnf a, Ax p. i t, i

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