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r VENII POBT.' .'NUMBER' 4931 FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1818. NO. - 12 PINK - STRKKT.V HIE NEW - YORK - E jrjfl SALE AT THE SHIP - YARD OF tun " ap snnsmtmra. A SLOOP, now buUdiug of the best Immaterial!, about 100 toor, timber of liv V "oak, locust and cedar; bottom plank jJwhite oak, built ou purpose lor the Albany trade. gL00p l0Bf ' calculated for L any trade where dispatch, burthen, and Leasy drait 01 water 13 required. A peria;ua SCHOONER, of 40 ton! - , kwill draw but little water, with a lee - .board throueh the centre of her keel, ,iad i expected to sail very fart. Alio, a r 01 3WJ tone, caicuiiu .for a Liverpool or London trader, (that - ran h finished tj mit the purchaser.) it r Soars, timber and plank. Also, timber awed to bill for house building. dot8 U CHARLES BROWNNE. jvot S.L, The fast sailing snip SACHEM, just 'arrived front Antwerp, burthen 265 tous, kud will carry about i000bbl.4yearsold, copper fastened and coppered, to deep ballast mark, one is wen louuu in every rwpc - auu has nearly a whole new suit of sails. Lie at . oier no. 9, east side Cmntiea - slip. P DAVID G. GILLIES, ,. snh31 101 73 Brsad - rtreet. For I.U KiWOOL, Toe substaiu. 1; snip uiiillia.ii, . 1 LJ. W. Baker, mater ; is now ready to receive a cargo, aud will be dispatched iramedi - ately. For freight or pan - age apply to HURD & SEW ALL, inch SI 65 .South - st. Fur alc or Charter, rri... .1.:.. ! 4'1'fl tl..lm. mi:l.i iiburtLon 240 tons, will carry about 3000 barrel, in complete order for a voyage. , FOR SALE, Landing from the above ship, Matanzas molasses, While and brown Havana sugar. Also, from brig BUih, from New - Orleans, 16 bhus prime Kentucky tobacco Apply to STEVENS k MACTIER, mch 31 d7t . 157 South - st. or CILiki.ESTOJY, iH The staunch sc hr LOUISA, W. Na - JgjgJi pier, master, will rail on Sunday ant, wca - nur permitting. For freight or passage, ' ari'lr on board, west side Old - slip, or to SAUL ALLEY, mh3l 98 Pine - street. FUR SALE, Of applied for in ten day) .The ship MINERVA SMYTH, builtin Pli'iiianlphia of U.e best material?, copper fastened and coppered five months, her sails and rir.'i in excellent 01 Js?rt her accommodations exunsivc and elegant If not sold within (he above time, will be tlispatched williout delay to Loudon. Apply to nvhSO K'H GRACIE & SONS. to, - :ohlea.s, The ship LAGl'IK A. now loading at the we.i side of OuHmg - slip ; will sail ii 5 das. Fur IVejghtor passage, having excellent accommodations, apply on boyrd, or to N. L. 1 G. GRISWOLD, mh 23 06 .ntitli - street. .'LUI K, COrFEE, eic. - 400 bhls. Virgin ia Flour ... 46 hhds. prime old and new Richmond To bacco, 18 do - Petersburg do 21 bales Upland Cotton ' 35 ts. and '20 hf. ts. Rice 1541 bags St. l)ofniit" mid 64 do green Havana ColTee 5 tons Lignunivitie Port Claret and Madeira Wine, in hhds. and quarter casks Rorii red Port Wine, in case of 3 dozen each FREIGHT TOR OPORTO. A good vessel bound to Oporto may (have about 1000 Lu'hels com 00 freight. Ai' to 11. GILLtSrIE, nii t I li Front .treet tor Sale, frttht o Charier, 4AAv The snlstantial double - decked and Jt&fastsailm brig hEN I Ut KY - BELLF, lJesUoo, waster, burthen 232 tons, will be ready to receive a cargo in a few days lies at pier No. 6, N. River. . For terms, apply on board, or to G. G. kS. HOWTND, mh 25 77 Waahington - st. f For Sale, Freight or Charter, f 4j The bri3 RECt)V r,R, Owen, mas - ."lrt.r 242 tons ; will carry about 2750 ' Ibis ; 19 well found, and a sound good vessel ; lies at pier No. 10, E. R. Apply to JOS. OSBORN, mh 17 28 South - st. ' KO.V, STKEL, ANt HAHfUAUE. O P. f Tons Endiah iron, assorted, in flat tiv and square bars, a part of which is entitled to debenture. 100 ton round iron, assorted, frem 1 - 2. to 1 1 - 2 inch 100 do Swedes' flat iron, from 1 to 5 inches 50 do do square, anorted, from 1 - 2 to 3 Qclies CO do each flat and square Russia iron 60 do country iron assort'd 20 do plough sliare moulds 10 do axlelrce and crowbar moulds .10 do hone - shoe mouldi . 20 do brazier's rods, assorted, from 3 - 10 to : - 8iarh 30 do spike and nail rods, assorted 10 do sheet and boiler plate iron 60 do English and American Hoapt 10 do English (L) blistered steel 10 do Swedes steel 10 do Crawley do fi do German do '"" 5 do shear and cast steel "20 do Bristol and Nora Scotia grind stones arlcd 500 anchor, a - sorted, from 50 to 20001bs. 1 do alwit 9009lbs. CO rolls sheet lead, as'd 3 to 6 lb per fopt KKI casks sr.ikes, aes'd. from 4 to 9 inches 200 do rut nails, from 2d to 20d , 50 do wrought nails, assorted iX) do slate and horse nails 10 toas iron pots and bake pan, a'd from 1 10 w gallons, eniiued to deuenlore. ' 5 tons English spelter 20 do American hollow - ware, consisting of Pot, ketilen, bake - pns. Skillets, spiders, tea - kettle. Andirons, ic. 10 cask trace, oxapd boat chain . Anvil, vires, and beak iron Forge, (ledge and hand hammer MHi, cross - cut and pit saws Cart, Waggon and Chair Crxes Wiudow Gia of different sites Shovels. SDades. Hoe, tic Together with agntral auoitmrnt of Hardware aid Cutlery, for suit on reneonahle terms, No. 3C3 Water - sL corner of James - slip nih?3 lm 1t)L'R Hu - jdrett tns lirst qoality NovaAco - - tia Plaster for tale in lot to suit purchas - rs Appty to " WALTER NEXSON, l74Front - rt - corner of Bnrling - slip, or to JOHN CYERS, foot of Harrifon - st. ""t 17 Nrtrih River. CI Ml). IRAIES 10 case Canton blex ' Crupes. iuit rrrrtrei anil ihreal br . " P. REMSEN k CO. ' tthl2 2S goulh - trett STEKL, PIPES, HATS. ke. BYT. ROGERS & CO. .No. 235 Pearl - tt offer for sale, S GO biradlee Halback Steel 5 tone batt O. L. do 1000 boxe Tobacco Pipe Copper Boat Nads , 20 cases English Hats ; 5 crate Sods Jogs 0 casks Glass Ware 100 crate Brosley Ware 60 cask best English Porter Malt Kiln Tile English Spelter 1 black Slate - Tin Plate b( different descriptions. Together with a general assortment of Hardware and Cutlery, by the package or from the shelves, on the most liberal terms, n b 25 2w i I COi'JOA, IMBAVLO, ke. k X bale prime Alabama cotton, landing from schr 'Nassau - 20 bales New - Orleans cotton per brig ' Fi - 5 hhds Kentucky tobacco nancier IN STORE, 20 ton clean St. Petersburg!) hemp Russia duck, German steel, roll brimstone 15 case tumblers 30 boxes Castile soap Writing and wrapping paper 1 case Leghorn hat?, No. 20 a 40 Also, just received, 16003 lb Havana coffee, in hhds. and A few hhds of rectified puru spirit, made from mola;?es rum. Forsslohy JAMES D' WOLF. jr. Feb 23 57 Front - st. EYIP, LEAD, PAINTS, &c. Russia hemp, in lots to suit purchasers B0 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - 2 to 6 8 casks bar lead, 7 tons pig lead 50 bales India twine7 English sail and seine twine 3 casks Prussian bluo, & casks Vermillion 3 hhds verdigris 50 casks French yellow ochre Dry white and red lead 20 boxes tin For tale by PETER. SCHERMERHORN & SONS, 243 Water - street. Abo, 200 anchor, of Hunt's make, front 40 to 2500 wt. Cables and cordage, of all sites, best quality, with the usual assortment of snip chandlery. Feb II M 'IN BROWN, stone seal engraver audjewel - JL . ler. No. 166 Broadway. Coats of arms, crests, cyphers, &c. engraved on stone. . A handsome assortment of fine gold seals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved. with coats of arms, niottns, and fancy devices. Diamonds, amethysts, crystals, &c. bought in the roach or cut to any form. Books of heraldry kept with upwards of 60.000 names. Jan 7 3m WIMKS L. P. l eucnffe wine, (l'a?ely brand,) in pipes, hhds. and qr. caf k. iw - portrd July and September lOlCand July 1817. Cargo Teueriffc win, in pipes, entitled to debenture. ' r' ' J: Cap: Madeira wine, in assorted caskr, ihipped atthe Cape of Good Hope in 1813., if. Old Lisbon wine, rit lor ramily use. . , For sale by A. D. DUFF, mh 26 lm 69 Washington - street. ' I TOBACCO. ) hl.d prime new Richmond t Tobacco, landinit irm the schooner Lady To'mpkias, and for sal by 1 WALSH & GALLAGHER, Who have in store, 1'iOhhds. old Richmond Tobxcco, principally of prime quality and entire parcel 100 do new do. very superior 150 kei.s roaaufuttured do of various brand ard qualities. mh 31 yiRUI.MA iXiBACVO & FL.ULH. fj - 4 hhds old Virginia tobacco 55 do new crop do 00 66 bbls fine flour 15 do middling do. For sale by VASQUES', MEURON & CLEEMAN, Feb 7 - tf No. 72 Washington - st. r - Oi 'i'ON it RICE 64 bals prime Upland U Cotton 4 do. New - Orleans do 112 tierces Bice In store and for sale by GRISWOLD ti COATEd, mf, 12 68 South - street. .IMiLI&li IKO. and bl'IKtS. 4U sous nai Pi Iron, assorted sizci 100 casks fcpikm from 4 to 0 inrnes The former entitled to drawback, for sale by HENDERSON & CAIRNS, mh13 - l Pine - street. I'lOntlB Mll. - UWO urn C'liion sarn, J No 15 and 16, Twist and rilling, forsale at Wo. 1 letcher - street. mh 14 BANDANNAS. 4 case first quality Han. dannas, for sale by P. REM;EN Si CO. mh 20 25 S.mth - street. IVTICARAGUA WO)D. - 18 tons, ofa supe LN lioroualitv. for sale hv TUCKER & I.AURIES, 9 Sniith - trret. mh 11 l'MCILY MADEIRA WINE. B pipes "Id ei M cily Madtira Wine, imported in IT.15, for sale by TUCKER 4 LAI'RIh.S, mh 13 sraiin - nnTi, rLl'UR 20t t'bls oi Flour, landins from 1? brig Mount Hope, from Ru hmond, for sale ly vt . K . i - rirtiu, mh 16 B4 Front treet. OflEEI'INGb K had (Flemish Stieeting", lor J sale by , JAMES G. KING & CO. mh ii No. 61 Pine street. 1 UNN BAGS. - 3000, lor sale bv JT CEBRA U CUMING, mh 13 - . 76 Pearl - street. WISE, OIL, PAPER, le. JJ Qr. casKs colmenar wine 1J0 qr eaks and raJhalf do dry Malaga do 5 do and 14 half do sweet Malaga 150 boxes Florence oil. 12 bottles each - 40 bale ltalin writing paper, Foolscap and 50 do printing do letter 14 bods Eighth gla ware, consisting ol wines and tumblers aorted 100 boxes anchovies and 50 do olives 1 box French k:d gloves 1 do ostrirh leathers, very rich 1 do engraving 9 caes felt hats, 1 do chip do 40 bales Italian rags, 500 marble mortars 23 cases marble slabs, veined and statuary, asorted size 5 boxes Naples shaving scap 1 do watch glasses 3 cases manna in flakes 100 bales Calcutta goods, consisting of B alias, nutkah and rallipatty roahs Chadpore, chomorolly Johanna, lockipore and soogaror Eannah, jallapore and mow Checks, white, red and blue gillahs Madras pattern do Sootte and fmctoy roml, for sale by CHAS.L.OC. DEN, and A CRM. OGDEN, mch 6 Waihingtoo - st. MILITARY LAND PATENTS. TOR SALE, an ontelerfeH tot of 70 land pa r tenX located in the I'linois Territory, and bought directhr from ihe SoWier. App'v to - JSAAC R. ST. JOHN, Bh IB tf No. 39 Wail - fUccL DRY GOODS. FANCY plate Cali - coe Superhne calicoes and chintze 4 4, 9 - 8, 6 4 cambric muslin Cambric jaconet Plain Uraoor'd Jt tewed mull Plin and tambor'd book muslins 3 - 4, 4 4 and 6 - 4 cambric gingham Black and col'd cambric Velvet and cords, beaver glove Fancy cravats, twilled and plain Mndrass bdkft, pins Hair cord cambrics, cotton balls White: col'd threads Silk, kid, and cotton glove Silk hose, (ilk floreo - tine Black bomhazeens Florence (ilk, ribbons, galloon Horences, plain and figured Virgii.ia satin, pluid lustring Fring'd black silk hkfs Velvet hiudings, tapes, bobbins Furniture calicoes, and chintze 4 - 4, 9 8, 6 - 4. 7 - 4 and 8 - 4 printed cambric shawl 7 4 i 8 - 4 imitation do. 8 - 4 cassiuiere do. Bandannn, loneee and Marseille Quillings, royal ribh White and priuted sit - ecn Cotton browa holland Swansdown, toilauetts, silk stripe. Cotton and wottted hosiery Irish linens ft sheetings; Buttons, bed tick Fine and superhne ca - simeres Yorkshire fine and u - (lerfine cloth Loudon do do Suerfine ladie cloths Bomhaitlts, ralinett ; Imperial cords, vigo - nia cassimeres Stockinetts, plain and ribh'd Flannels, baize Ferretts, worsted binding Shirt button, cotton lace ' Paris nett and Muffle gauze Black and white thulk lace Leno nawl, Estopil - las Sewing silk, assorted odors Linen cambrics Table cloths, 6 - 4, 7 - 4 K 8 - 4 Diapers Furniture Dimities Fancy Leno, tt figured Muslins Cnnilirir. Trimmings, tt Flounces Sei - riurker Gingham Rr.mall lhlkfs. Silk Check Gingham ill 3 col'd Cambric CHrment Oil Cloth Brown Linen Merino Shaw! Cotton bandannoe 9 - 8 col'd strip'd jaco - netts sistersoy lidkls. Pocket bdkis. white and printed Hair cord and cambric diouliis Jeans, cotton enssimere stnped r lorentine Klack iJ Madapollura and steam loom liirting In'tin muslins, ic (ic. Received by the lain arrivals and for sale by IIAGGERTY i AUSTEN, mh24d&c2in 167 l eari - street. C10TI ON 21 bales p mie Upland Cotton, landing from br (f Eliza, at Jones wharf, for sale by POIT Si M KIN B, mh 30 50 South - street. Bl'MBAZETTS, assorted colour do all bl:ck da twilled, assorted colour,jut re ceived For sale by OTIS ASWAN, mch 3 l 'x 1 eari - si. r Kriit DKV GOODS. & C. NICHOLS, No. 132 Pearl - street, have v received ami a'e now opening ' t cases besi Frmt h Crnpe 1 do I lark Canton dn ' 2 ln Mai k and c'oth colored Sewing Silk 1 do blai k Sinchew 1 do black ?arnet 2 do Muck Canton Fringed Hdkfs 3 do 4 4 Irish l.inen, very l w 2 do brown Linen, I do Irish Sheeting 2 do cotton Platillas , t do Steam Looin - ShiTting 2 do white and printed Jean 2 d" Marseille Qnilti.ig, assorted 2 do furniture and common Dimitie 2 do Madras Hnnrikerrhielt 2 do fine Book and Cambric Muslin 2 do Millinrtts,2du Carlisle Gingham 2 do Cotton Casimere 1 do Pino in boxes t do Ladies Kid and Silk Glove 4 trunks fine Plate Calicoes 3 do superfine Chintz 2 bales superfine Broad Cloth 2 do Cassimeres 2 do Rhodes' Hombazeta. All Darrhasedat au'.tion. or equally as low of the importers, wuicn iney oucr lor saie ai a smaii advance. mh 30 lot iRI - 'H LIMXSIS,' iHAPKRH, 5 - 4 BBK&l IHtiS, &C. 'I'HOMAS SUFFERN, No. ti U peysler - st. 1 tins received a coiMilcte assortment of the following goods, 'er Britannia, from Newry, and latf arrivals fr ro Dublin. 4 4 and 7 8 Linen; 7 - 8 half hleached ditto 4 - 4 Linen, of Thompson's bleach 7 - H Lawn ; 3 - 4 Brown Linen 7 - 8 Linen, in half piece 5 - 4 Sheeting : 7 8 Dowla 3 - 4 bird Eye Diaper 7 - 8 Grey Lawns. Which, aith his former assortment of low pri ced and fine go. ds, are eff. - red for sale on reasonable terms. - uihSOIw BKANDV. I'll I' ASHES, BUTTER, a 6 piiies imitation 4th proof brandy, said to be equal to any in this city 21 ha r re Is rl Ashes, (.good ouis; 'l bid""' ood re,allin8 Bu,ter 3 bales first quality Upland Cotton 25 hhds. Paris Whi'e SO roll Sheet Lead, assorted size 270 bans Juniper Berries good finality 100 kegs best quality ground singer. Forsale by CORNELllH DUBOIS, rnliJiliw :w r rot.t - sireei. 40 do SCt THIS. lozen Scythes, Waters' stamp, for sale by JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. mch 30 57 r rout - Mret. rp ROKES, DAVIDSON K CO. offer for sale J. at 106 Front - streeL 3 cases Irish Linen 2 do shawls 8 do coarse Book Mnlini and ladie hdk's 10 casks Glassware, assorted 50 crates Eart'ienware, do 4 cases low priced Fowling Piece & pipes old Madeira Wine. mh 30 LIME BURNERS. WAITED three or four experienced lime burners, who can be well recommended. To surh cou - tant employ and liberal wage will be given Apply to t.a it A LtLiLUH, beaver - si. mch 25 DlClf GhSTFKl. BOAUDI.W. I .FRANKLIN IIOUE. This new, tpacimis . and splendid lluildinir, situated in Rroad - way, the great and fiuhionable street dividing the centre if the city, at the corner of Dev t. will be opened by the ubscribei on the 1st of May next, tor the reception ol Hoarders. It is fitted, aad will be furnished in a man ner not surpassed, for convenience and ele - crante, bv any P' ivate dwelling in the city. It occupies the mot eligible situation, being central, in view of the Park and City - Hall s the upper apartments overlooking the whole town, commanding' a view ot tne adjacent country for a circurr.fere.icc of 50 miles, including the Hook, the Nariows, and the tlarhoiir ; and it is believed that no House in the counU) ex - cells it, either for elegance of structure or sit uation i and no expense havine been spar ed by the owner to make it complete for the purp - e, in every respect, it will offer to Uulie and gentlemen, and families visiting the city, the moat genteel, pleasan. and retired a - paruneii'.a. I ne cnoiccsioi it incsnu uiuon ill be furnished, and no trouble or expense will be spareiLto make the m'eVtainmrut plea - nnt. rare and excellent. Thi eubiiiiment is intended exclusively t Genteel Honling I , 1 HW. HCNDERSON. - fcb24DCtf a TO LET, V The stores and cellar room of those 3 story bosses No. 10 and 12 on Broad - street ; and nw two story house No, 8 on New street, immediately in the rear of No. 10 Broad - street, fit i or a genteel lamuy, being new. Also, a good house at Greenwich, and one at Hwlseat, with two and ball acres of Ground, ear Mknhattanville. Apply to C11A3 OAKLEY, 141 Front - it. mh 12 tf a. JO t.KTJtt hLUOMIXliUAl.K, .The bouse and erouods belonging to the estate of John Shaw, situated on the eighth ave nue. ' Up the premise are an excellent double house, sfctble, coach and ice house, with every thing elst requisite for such an establishment. It is presumed any other description is unnecessa ry, as thtise inclined to rent will view the place. Also, vie larvo nre prool store in tne rear ot bouses )1 and 13 Peari - street ; where there is for sale souse old Madera W iue, by the Demijohn. r or lurtfier particular, apply o ' A.l iI. Ml.WV, Jnn 29 11 Prail - .tr. ef. ffv tOH S.iLt. OU i Lt..1lt Lots in the 5. C. 8. and 10 Ward: mimv ol Mineb are ou regulated and peved streets. No money Will be required under ten years, u soiu, uteres! excepted. HOUSES. Seter'al two and three story bouirs, on which a great part of the money remain on mortgage. at ur.u tiuuiv. An excellent stand for business, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store - housv and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, w Jh 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 n.illniwy be erected, with a sulncienry ol water loreacn. Apply at Ao. X ureenwicn trcei jan 13 tf to hk iouj , - iT auction; Bv HOFFMAN & GLASS, on Salur day, Ihe 4th day of April nest, at 12 o'clock, in front of the Tontine CohVe Iloue, The House and Lot No. I Willim - trfet, ot present in the occupation ol tbesulis rilerJsituate at tlie corner of v ilhaiu - itreet and Stone - street. The lot is 91 feet de. p on William utrtet, 2l feet II inches on Stone - street, and 48 let t four inches deep trora W illiam - street, at the north wardly end of the lot. The subscriber aome time ago had - an inlen tinn ol contcrtini: the bouse into stores , and oh tnined nlnrs and estimates lor that purpose. He had offers from resectable met hanics to make five store on the lot by some additional building, and alterations ol tbr. - pri sei,t buildings, lor ten thousand dollars, or to pull all tflepr - nt buildings down, and to i ret t, with the'assitBnre of the present maieriai, eve tioreur' niieeu inou - and dollars. Klaus and elevalfotrol these slorits, as itiev weie prepared to be buiif, muy be seen at the aiictioiicers. - Seventeen 'thousand dollars of (he purchase money ma remain on inorfi;gr. Five thousand d. llnrs Hill be required on rze - cirtion ol ti e deeds, and the residue m two, lour and six months. mh 14 Ids C. U. VVl.UK?i. VALUAULr. 1'RUIERI I. The suh - critier oners lor talc a valuable laiui, 73 uijes Irooi iew - loi, lying 7 miles soinh of Poughkeeptic, on the post - road, within 14 of a mile ol tbo mills on the lallt of wappm - ger's - Oeek, and in the neighborhood of several landing litun which sloops sail weeKiy. u cou - tains 1 10 acres of level, fertile land, with a young orchard of grafted fruit, wood sufficient for fuel, and all in food fence. The house contains seve ral rooms, has a good barn, nnu an in excellent reoair. It situation being ou an elevated plain, renders the place not only nealiny, dui presents A'vns'tbe dwell, i? a cU.lishtlul mlanu prosiiect ' Also, another tot of 40u:res, contiguous loth above, and Imuudcd southerly by the falls ol WappiugerVCreek. I lie land is lerlile, in ex. celliut fence, and of easy cultivation. What renders this pro)crty valuable, it, that it may be made a place or celebrity. I here is already e - reeled on the falls a saw - mill of great rapacity, a oirdina; uull, which enjoys (lie niittom of the neighborhood, besides several other sciles for factories, unoccupied. The wbnle fore of the creek can be diverted wilh a little expenceso n to drive a range of mills on a level plot of ground just below the falls, and accessible by an easy navigation; where factories of every description, with every facility of power and transportation can he - constructed. Also, a flour - mill, of the first class. The mill - house is large, with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated lor 6, with new machinery for manufacturing wheat, &c. with an elevator for raising grain from vessels into the upper loft of the mill. Connected with the mill is a large store house for stormy wheat ar.d flour. With the mill will be sold 53 acres of excellent land, on which is situated five dwelling houses, a large barn, hay house, carriage house, corn crib - , hovels, ic. a cooper's shop calculated loi 20 hands. Two of the houses are new ami well calculated for genteel families : They command a view of the river, with a beautiful intervale landscape formed by the meandering of the creek immediately in front. There are few places which associate so many accommodating qualifications for the merchant, niechauic or farmer. If not sold at private aale before Tuesday the 21ft April, it will on that day be offered, at auction." For terms &c. apply to PETER MESIER, No. 25 Beaver - street. Feb 20 ABRAHAM MF.PIER. FOH, The property at Brooklyn, belonging to the estate of Carv Ludlow, deceased, canspt - inir of anew three story brick house and lot of rrnund. a store house, formerly occupied a a ilisliuerv. a (man irania nuiiuins anu iui ui ground, and two vacant lot adioinine the above premisK. 1 hi property i situated within a lew rods of the steam - boat lerry, on the road to 1'ierpool's Distillery, and extends irom tne niu to the river. Also to let. from the first of May neat, the house and land on the inn, mine rearm me a. hove described premises. The house i well a - d ipted for a private family or for a public house i nr. Biiuauun. irom u" eievaici lands a verv extensive nnd heantilul view ol the cily, tlie East River and Bay of New York. I he grounds surroiinung tne noue sim.ui uc acres of land) are in a high state of cultivation. For terms, apply to UM1. vt, i, lun i mh2Itf No. 59 William si. 7V IM for one or more veari. The Inllnwinr house houie No. 294 Broadway, two doors above Waaliington Hall, wiih a com h house in the rear if required Also, a thrra story brick house No - 415. in said street. Also, a new and genteel two story brick honse. ... . i . . i , . . . ii,. corner or l.ispenarn ami v - norcn nmu, terms moh rate. For furUifr particulars, apply at 415 Broadway. mn - r i nn HALT! OR TO LEASE. E;a On accommodating terms number of water and building lots, near and aujoming uf navy - yard, at Brooklyn For particulars, n - quire ol SAMUEL EVANS, Brooklyn. ja 22 tf iv Afi - vi - . ml OKKESiriCIt. To be let, the Kie and grounil (rtm" . i. r let ine esiaw d late Samoel Million, and at present occo - meinyjir. isthmj.. ; TrttlV M'strr V For particular, eoqoire ,JHN hmber mrcha - t, fot f XMoorftreet,or of T. PRl'sGLE, tht Bank of Ntw - York. fcbSbtf (L VALUABLE PHOPkHii. tx'iil For sale, the Dover Iron Manufacturing Establishment, in thecouaty ol Morris, and state of New - Jersey l toosisting oi rollinc and slit - ling Mill, in good repair, which world two pair of roller and cutter, shears, kc. all at the - same time a valuable fcre with two tires and one hammer in nood repair a stock of coal and pre on hand, sulticirnt to make fifty tons of iron f a gnoa saw mill ; a cut natl factory in good epair, surtictent to employ thirty men, and may be extended to employ one hundred mere ; a brad cutting motliu and a Heel furnace iogood repair; conveuient to Hie works is n store and a iiuuibei ol houses for the arcommodntion o' families, and excellent stabling lor team that may be neces - w rti iui iiw use oi me isianiiinuiuu ; ni so, orchards, pasture and meadow lots, immediately ariioinuig the works, with timber land in any quantity, not exceeding two thousand live hundred acres, within three miles or said work. The great vein l iron ore, commencing atlnf noted Mirkaiuimy mine, runs moie than 2 miles through this tract, and three mine are now open, from which the forges are supplied with ore, anil more may be ofnet and ore raited to supply worxs to any extent ; the mine are within two mile of said work, mid good road, so that the ore can be raised and delivered at the forge at two tiud a halt rinilnrs per ton. - " i ne atKive.nescribtd work are situated on Rucaaway River, about eight miles from Mor - r ul own, twenty five miles from Elizabeth Town, and ahou' the same distance Irum Newark, with uood turnpike roads leadiu said works t eac.1 place, in a pleavn.t heulthy riiuution, and in a good neiichhorlinoil, there n - ine two l'rcihv terian Churches within lour miles, and a friends' meeting house within two nn'es ol said place. This stand for collective bar iroo lor th slit ting mill is very commanding, there being nearly one huocred lorge fares in the rounty ; most ol them are ou the streams above Dover, and the iron, in going to ew - York marget.cnn conveniently pass those works. At this mill lreiuently lourtonsol bar iron have been slit and bundled into nail and spike n.d in a day, and upwards ol one nunared lens ot nail have been mane in a year. A large amount of guods may be sold at this place in eichange for bar .curing sup plies, iic. kc. There are valuable scites both a hove at It - low on this trart,on which more work may be erected. ALSO. That valuable wrll knoH ii farm, lying in the township of Randolph, about two mile Iroro Do vtr, and six miles Irom Mniristov.ii, and within one quarter ot a milt of the Union turnpike road, near Pleasant valley, called the Distillery Farm, containing about three hundred acres, about one lourth part ol which is excellent meadow, one fourth part plough and pasture land, and the re man di r limber. A considerable purl of the tim ber isol the original rrowlh. aud is suitable for sawing, flic other art is thrilty young limber, from filteen to twenty yenrsgrowlb There .are on said farm upwards of six hundred apple tri es. inline order, eight to sixteen years old, the most ol them ol graded liuii, and more than hall (hem II arison apples, so famous inr cider. The tunadoH s are flat nnd free from stone, through which runs two lively streams ol water, Mid nenr ly the whole may lie watered. One of these l renins is tului ient for a imst - uull or other wi.rks : them arc ;iw mills, a crisl - mill. a lul line mill and nil mill, on lite s.Miie stream. On said farm 'art' two valuable icite for water works, a convenient ehenp place to erect a short dam, and raise a to, jirierahle mjd, wilh twelve or filteen feel heud Uetowllns the water can le taken into a r - ue, nnd tu hss than twentv chains, on good firm ground, is more than twenty eel tail, minis way me water can be worked twice over with the expense ol only one dam. i litre i on luiu rariii mi eaicniive ciuer mill with four pressr nod cisterns, housed nnd well hooped with iron, sufficient to hold twelve bun dred bariel of ider. Connected to the cider work is the still - house, so conveniently situated that the whole operation is completed without pumping. The water for condensing Ihe spirit a iu..iisu iroin a never iuiiiuk sorinr, willim six rod of the dill house, and has sufficient head to run into the cistern. The buildings consist of two small frame dwellings, one Koud frame barn. 54 feet long by 2(1 feet wide, under a part of winch is n good cellar t there are also hav house. cow sheds, .Vc. AL.rU, Valuable nroperty at Lonewood. In the town ship ol Jefferson, six mile Irom Dover, on tlie mam branch ol Kockaway River, consisting ol a very valuable forge, with I wo fire and one hammer ; abundance oi water the whole year, a I a rue (Hind, and a very warm situation, and lor fifteen years past hat made a much irnu as any two fire in tlie county. The ore is within four milts, and a part of the road turnpiked. The several tracts connected with this establishment amount altogether to about fourteen hundred nc res, the greater part timber, to make a durable supply ol conl lor the lorge. immediately adjoining ihe forge is very valuable plow and meadow land suflicient fo - three farms ,f one hundred acre each, with houses, orchard and barns, beside several good d'vclhngs for tlie families that may be employed in working i;ie lorge. The who'e or nny part of (hi very valuable property will be sold at such prices and credit as will nmke it worthy lhe attention of any person withing to purchase. For further information enquire of jAt;tni liUsr.T, at nover. ISRAEL CAN FIELD, at Morristown. BLACK WELL at M' ARLAN, at N. York. i t, 'JH D.VCII nub fcsi A IE rOR bLK. HtfXll Two 2 - siorv brick houses and lot, situa ted Nos. 37 Ic 39 Visey - sireet. ' Also, a house and lot No. II Bowery, near Chaiham - squaie, 44 feet front by 125 deep. AI) on accommodating terms. For particular aj - ply at No. 33zGrecnwich - st. jan 15 tf pi TO LET, S!fl The GLOBE TAVERN, No. 143 Wa ter - street. The situation of this house, and its accommodations, justly render it an object well worth the attention of any person desirous ef keeping a lucrative public house. It wjll be let, fur - ni - hedor unfurnished, and immediate possession given. Apply at No 137 Water street. mh 17 tf r OR SALE. ar.aL rHopKMTT in rnr. citt or ivkw - ioiik A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. II UllU Bowers - - STABLE in the rear toereth er wilh the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 feet reir, and 125 feet on each tide. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Vesey - street J and House? and Lot No. J9 Vesey - street. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollars. do and do for 750 do fin and in for 450 do On valuable properly in the city of New - York. I he interest has always neen pmirmnnj paiu. For particulars inmiiie at the office of der 10 tf ' No. 27 Wall - street. TO LET OK LEASE, El;!'!! rmmih 1st May next, on reasonable Iern7?,a large conv - nu nl dwelling , "W coach house, a wen oi kooo wyer "'"'" lerna. It has ft very iar;c sjamru, wen iiw - sm .ith at.mbs and fruit trees : piesaioi of which ... K. hui nn the 1st April next. aim to renL a eenteel 3 story briefe boose No. 49i Oreenwich - sireet, with or without (table in (he rear. Appiy a nw. uirniwuun ortn HAL.8I.I K UU31A., h21 tf 34 Ull - slip. - s - a To Let at RloomingdaU, The large, convenient mod pleasantly sit u ted houae ol the tubtenper, with the out hoitdinr and eround. onpotile the new btnne Cherch on th Blooieingdale rodk 4 12 mile irocm ioitd. Appiy v JOHN H. TALMAN, tabtS lm 214 Ftarl (trett. site uove L.ane, near me i - u : t present occupied by Prefessor Adra - n; wtll cafciilatedfortwo famihe. basing two krtrlwt., with 8 room, pantries and vault, a UsT anJ STRKKT MAM KE ' 1 ' " ft Tlie contracts which are lobe snlerad Jti to lr the street manure, will cn u.tuct m 0.0 1st of May next, for 1 or 2 to I intention rd in the sealed proposa s ; and the stn.rt UB t9 I" w and f leaneil, from the 1st of Mnn h Jo ttie 1st. f J miliary, in every yea. Tt'ilf MfcC H vMt n BaNkT trf The tockholdcrs are heieby ootifled that an elcttln for thirteen Directors wiH be lield on the first Tuetday in April next, and that th poll will be ope aad at the Barking House in Wall street, at 10 o'clock A. M. and closed at 3 o'clock P. M. fny wder of the President and Directors. " m.h.1 W. flSIt, t s.h'r (TV Mr. GALLOl' havinir bken the house . No '11 Broadway, now in the ccupancy of Mr. John I. Glover, offers from the Lt of May licit. residence to grritl'mei. and ladiea. - The pleaaantnesaof tin - aituationned no comment. ' nui x ii ' , . - . . V ETr - RN CANAL COM PAN V. ftV A divd'ui. of live and a hsli r r cent, on the Capital mix k of said Ci.mpaii will be paid to the Stockholders on the 1st of April. Aj.plY to uaiem Dictmtr, - sq. Aibuny, or Xiit iiam - ttreei. kj order oiuie directors... . THOMAS EDDY, Treasurer. mh 16 lm trr MRS. ANN - elLNCEK couUmblate opening a school ior oung ladie, to commence on the first ol Ma eusuirc. on the follnwinr tirmsi leading, writing, geography, grammar, anlhmetic, tambnurii g, embroider, including the rudiments ot French and drawing, for ten dollar h r quarter t lusnn on piano forte or guitar liiteeo dollars, five to Ue paid in advance Mrs. M'ENCER leeis tlmtthe ha soma utile - claim to the patronage ol the ladie of her native city, by no means founded on a sense of ber owu menu, but on behali of four fatherless inianl. To the mean, proud, I - looted or iiupeiious, she doe not address herself , hut to the female who possesses true Ireling nr real piety whose riel.ght It is (o cause. " Ihe widow' heart to sing lor toy" it is the patronage of such, and such ,tily, she solicits. Satisfactory references will be given if required. W hitt - street, tia. 3. mh 26 10t Vic - l brk fciiffe .Varwfacturwg Companx. OT An election for seven Trustees for the en suing year, will be held on Monday, Ihe 6th of April next, at the counting room of George Hich - nrds, No. W Pine - street, poll to be open Iron 1 (o 2 o'clock, P. M - ! By order ol (he board. mh z lOt T.C. BUTLER. Sfc'ry. 'I AV I I lliilfvlla. i 1 ill - .AIL lii No. 94 and Pti Joluntreet. Kmiuire at 400 I'esrl - strect. ndi 25 lOt i O LET. The new brick Slme no. 62 Stone - st. Apply to 1 T.& J. S WORDS. Feb 14 FUH SALE, The two - story brick front House) aud Lot Nr.. 33 f 'herry - strevt For terms: Vc. apply at I'earl - stret i. ' mar 3 tea JO J.t.J, ais A Tavern and Store in Flushing, atpre - ti.t oioupicd by Mr. Wm. Shaw. Apply to mil w ii i . uinuvno. From the first of May next, a three tury brick house in Greei.wich - alreet, between Liberty and l ourtUiultHitrecU. at 137 Girciiwicli - atrcet. . riib 3 tf Cj IAi HUU.DIAUS. 1 wo offices in Law BiiildioK No. 3. to be rented. Apply on the premises, to JAMLS A. HAMILTON, Esq. or at No. 59 Broadway. fen 25dtf ... eJO Lt.7, From the first of May next, front count ing room on the second floor, together wilh the upper loft. Enquire No. 167 Tea. I (treeL. jan xi tf 'J' At a low rent, Lr. t , a three atory brick duelling in Norfolk - it. T.nquire or EU : N. COX, ' 96 Wall - street. mh 26 Of IHE I'ltuOF STORE. To let and possession first of Mar next. (lie four story hie proof tore, No. 34 South - l. between Cot n ties and Old lip. Enquire ot Ihn subscriber, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamher - ttrett. lebUtl B, U l ltAllii JO LET, And possession given on the first of May neil, Ihe spacious and well know) (land, the Umn Hotel, ,o. f8 William - street, tor particular enquire of Mr. Vandeihilt, Ho. 67, op posite, mb 16 O TO t.Ei, From the 1st May. (he house No. 133 Ortenwirh street, corner ol l.ibi rty - streel, it present oc cupied by Doctor Neilson. The premises may be viewed any day.betweea (he hour of If and 2 o'clock. mh lOtf r im SALE, - , A two story house situated in Pearl - street, Brooklyn. Possession may ke bad jnn the first (if May next For particular, apply (o tlie subscriber, on the premise, mh 25 tf JAMES GILL. JO LET, A counting house on the lower floor, No. H couth street. A lurite new fire proof (tore, in Governeurs' - laou, next door to W ater - streeL Appty to TUCKER A LAUKlKS, nihil 29 8iiith - slreet. JO LET, Those two fire proof dwelling Houses, No774 and 76 Molt treet, about (re muiutea walk from (heC fle Hoase. Tlxy will be pat in complete repair, and well calculated lor genteel famille. Apply at No. 137 Wler - treet. mh II tf - e TO LET, From the 1st of May next, the lower counting room of No. 54 Sutn - slreeL ' ALSO, The apper counting room, No. .71 ?nh - L Anolv to MM" isynr, sr. leh 13 57 Front - streets TOLkT, l!2l) From Ihe firs( of May next, an excel. out bouse, and eronad aiMoinine. msM ine every comfort ana convenience for genteel (smfly l situated on the first avenue, near .North - si reet, and about one mile from the City M.ll T be rent will be low to a rood tenant For further particulars apply at the (tore of tbsj subscriber. No. 135 f roe t street. mhtl 2w CORNS. DUBOIS. tiris A very convenient nouse. wi;n idoui haU an arr of ground, about mile from the city, sMljniniiig Ihe house occupied by Mr. More - wood, betwixt fjreeowtcn aad the rcaaway roaO. Apply to JOHN R. MURRAY, mh 35 tf Hodmn - square. ivuc, Staoie, Harden, tec. mt Urtentruh, TO LET. Thm aBVarrfhor will let Of lease, for ft teiin of year, ru noose ar ureeowicii. n isprr" - sently ilant1 on the bank ot me lleioo, aao tatcalfUed to l - CComoKXtate 'i'"!l7 - term.anly to Wt .y" . JanSu 'Jt Wad street. e7TJ LET, From the fiit of M.y next, the three) itor, brick bot.e. No. M i - ; - r ApP1 to J LEONARD BLEECKER, mh27 2 3rWaUtUe,l, 1. rs. . i . t, 1, - i 4 4

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