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THE NEW - YOKEL EVENING POST. ' NUMHKR 4933 MONDAY, APRIL 6, 1818. NO. 42 HiNE - HTKKf' THK - StttP.YARD OF SUBSCRIBER, IP. now buildine of tbe beat U oKnnt 100 tons - timber of live innt anJ cedar: bottom plank jJjUiU oak, built on purpose for the Albv B" 1 nrnOP of 50 torn, calculated for k any trade where dispatch, Durwen. auu ieasy draft ol water u require!. . A periagna SCHOONER, of 40 tons, L will draw .but little water, with a lee - 'knW tliroush the centre ofber keeL udi expected" to ail very fast. - i. mip rfUU)toiM. calculated vfcr a Liverpool or London trader, (thai 'ran lie flushed to tuitthe purchaser.) ?5 Si. timber and plank. Also, timber tawed to bill for honse buildmg. - w ' iov6 tl CHARLES BROWNNE. mi .A - rt.. fnmi n finer iiin r : fMiiM AnMcro. nuruiro 2dj tSSTSUl will carry about 2000 bbl. 4 year, old, . " ' , 1 4 4n Vr. 1 lei el OopiMr fattened auu coppereu, w ir - di,. ;. w.ll found in evcrv rer.iect, and . .rhr a whole new tuit of tail. Lie at Bier no. 9, east fide Cteotie slip. " - ' - - P ' DAVIDG.GILLIE8, mh3i: tOt . . - ' W Broad - street 1, m a a w aw y The snUtantinl ship BRILLIANT, 'l. W. fl:tknr. master: t now ready to reemve a cargo, and will be dwpatuieu iminuui - atelr. l or treignt or passage appiy ' I1UKD & &EWALL, , ,mrh3l 65&'outh - t. . fur Sale or CAoVH - r, TI.. Pl.iTH lliilmni. nrniter. J 1, . a - - - 1 1 bnrthen 240 ton?, will carry about 3000 ban Kit, complete order for a voyage. FOR SALE. Landing from the ahov shipj Matanza molasses. White and brown Havana sugar. Alsii, from brig Bliss, from New - Orleans, 16 hbds prime KenlucKv tonacco Apply in . STLVENi k MACTIER, mrhfll d7t 157 South - st. tor i. i.iyi(.wyuv, The staunch hr LOUId A. V; Na - .iiier, ma - lT, will tail on Sunday next. "Vfirt.tiir iicnniiun. ror ircignr or ptusagc, apiily oa boar J, west side OM - slip, or to : SAULALIEV, mil 31 93 Piiicstreet. KwHSALi l (If applud form ten dayO ' Tib'Ylh ' '"'I' 'l y tlvin svil I II, DUiilin fniia'J 'Iphia ol t!ie bet material!", copper fasten ed anJ coppered live in. ntlu Lce, her tails and ri' i,in excelleol order; her accommodation estiujtveand elrjjjnt - If not sold within the above time, will he tlijp.Uched without delay tn 'ii. Aiiuly to n.lii) .KCF1 r.RACIE&.WXS. . or . i K i - Oti !. . .", , wiriv The sliip LAOUIHA, now loading J i2at tbe west s ite ot iluWmer - slin j will tail, in 5 day s. For freight or passage, having elceUcnt accomninilationa, apply on board, f . N. L. & G. GRl?VOlJ, mil 23 r!fi . imtli - street. r - IUl R, COrtLE, tic. - 400 tlis. Virgin. V iiFl - ur v 44 bhds prime old aod new Richmond To . ' . .. bacco, ...v18 do JYtersbw ilo ' tl boles t 'pirul Cotton 53 ts. and 'i0 hf. U. Iti :e ljt bags St. Domingo and t 01 do n;reen MsTana Ccffee ' H ton Ligniiinvilce Pen Claret and Madeira - Wine, in hbds. and qunitercanks Rorii red fort' Wine, in cates of 3 doten each - Y - FREIGHT FOR OPORTO. " A good vessel bound to Oporto may 3fiHhave aliout 100U liuihcl'ir.rn on freight AMly to .11. lili.LESI'lE, ni'i ? 11 Krjnt - tr - et. tur baie, Vnight or Charter, Tbe suMautiiil double - decked anU .raststuling brig REN fUCKY - BEI LK, Dftnuu, master, Wurtbeo S32 tons will te ready to reteive a cai - solb a few days lies at pier No. 6, N. Kiver. For term?, npplvon board, or U i! G. G & S. HOWL.JND, oih!3 77 VVahington - t. fir Sale, t'rtight or Charier, the brig KECOVI.R, Owen, roai - ter, 212 tons : will carry about 27.i0 bull t is well found, and a sound good Vessel ; lies at pier No. 10, E. It, Apply to , ... J0. mh 17 . .. . - 2U boutb - st. ' f K Tons English iron, assorted, in flat and tquare bars, a part of which is ' ' - entitled to debenture. 100 tons round iroo, assorted, frem 1 - 2 to I 1 - 2 inch 100 d Swedes flat iron, from 1 to 5 inches SO do do square, assorted, from 1 - 2 to 3 : laches 50 da each flat and square Russia iron 0 d country irou arsortd 20 do. plough share moulds - 10 do axletree and crowbar moulds . 10 do horse - shoe moulds 10 do brazier's rods, assorted, from 3 - 10 to .3 - 8 inch - ,30 ) spike and nail rods, assorted 10 do :hcet and boiler plate iron , 50 do English and American Uoepa 10 lo ; EnlUh (L) blistered sUel i 10 do . Swedes steel 10 do Crawley ib , S do - German do . S do ' shear and cast steel ' 20 do Bristol and Nora Scotia grindstones anorted 500 anchors, aborted, from 60 to 20001b. 1 do about 900011. - CO lolii shrot lead, a'd 3 to 6 lh per foot 100 casks spikes, asi'd. from 4 to 9 inches 200 do mt nails, from 2d to 20d I SO do wrought nails, assorted ' 20 dj slate and hore nails , 10 toas iron pots and bake pans, ass'd from 1 io iu aiion, rn'iuva io aeoeniure. , 5 tons English spelter 20 do American hollow - ware, consisting of Pots, kettles, bake pans, Skillets, spiders, tea kettles. Andiron, c. , 10 casks trace, oi and boat chains - ' Anvil, vices, and beak ron Forge, sletjge and hand hammers Mill, cross - cut and pit saws Cart. Waggon and Chair Boxes WjaJ. - iw Glass of dilferent sixes Shmcls, Spades, H jcs, :c. Together with arrncral assortment of Hard - re and Cutlery, f.irsalrnn reasmable terms, Xo.S63 Water t. comer of James - slip. toh ?3 lm lUL'K. Has lr(i tans tiri - t quality Nova Aeo - tin I'laiter for sale w lots to tail purchas - 'ri to WALTER NEXSOX, 174 Front - st. corntT of Curling - slip, or to JUUX Bi ER?, foot of IlarriHM - rt. J 17 . Arrth ( ) ''A VliAi - Ea - IV cufts Canton i Ik Cppts, just received :.oit for sale bv I. REMSE.M Si CO. 15 . 8S Soulh - iUett, fan sa ' iSTltf.L, P1PKS, HATS, tie. BW. ROGERS it CO. Ho. 15 fearl - ti. offer for sale, SO bundles Ilalback Steel . 6 tons rust O. L. do 1000 boxes Tobacco Pipes Copper Boat Nails 20 cases KngliihllaU; 6 crates Soda Jugs - 20 casks Uluss Ware ' 100 crates Brosley Ware SO ensk best English Porter Malt Kim Tiles Knglish Spelter ; black Slates 'J in Platrs of dilferent descriptions, Together with a general assortment of Hardware and Cutlery, y the packxge or from the shelves, on Uie most liberal terms. n,h 25 2w I CtliVO.V, - JVliJtCCO, kc. i A. bales prime Alabama cotton, landing from schr Nauau 20 bales New - Orleans cotton per brig Fi - 5 hbds Kentucky tobacco naccier IN STORE, 20 tons clean St. Petersburg hemp m Russia duck, German steel, roll briaiiotie 15 cases tumblers 30 boxes Castile soap Writing and wrapping paper 1 case Leghorn hats, No. 20 a 40 Also, just received, IC000 lbHavairacoflee, inhhd. and , . A few hhds of rectified pure spirit,jaJe - from molasses rum. For t:ile by JAMES DUVOLF, jr. Feb 23 ' 57 Knmt - st. HEMP, LEAD, PALMS, &c. Russia hemp, in lots to suit purchasers 80 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - 4 to 6 8 casks bar lead, 7 tons pig lead 50 bales India twine English sail and seine twine 3 casks Prussian blue, 5 casks Vermillion 3 hhds verdigris 50 casks French yellow ochre Dry white and red lend 20 boxes tin For sale by PE PER SCHEKMERHORN & SONS, 243 Wator - street Abo, 200 aucbors, of Hunt's make, from 40 to 2510 wt. Cables and cordjge, of all siaes, best quality, with til - - umal assortment of ship chandlery. Feb I) tf 'J! RftUWN, ftonn seal engraver aad jewel - X . ler. No. 166 Broadway. Coals of arms, crests, cyphers, tc. engraved on stone. A haodrnme assortment of fine gold seals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals engraved with coats of arms, motto, and fancy devices. Diamonds, amethysts, crystals, Lc. bought in the rouh or cot b anr form. Books of heraldry kept with upwards of WJ.00O names. J an 7 jm WINE L. P. 1'nit rifle wine, (parely braud,) in pipes, hhds. andqr. ratks, imported July and September 1816 and July 1817. Cargo TenerirTe wine, in pipes, entitled to debenture. Cape Madeira wine, in assorted c&sV', shipped t the Cape ofGond Hope in 18l3. , Ol J Lisbon wine, fii f r family use. For sale by A. D. DUFF, mh 26 1m 09 Wahiagtmi - street. 'OH CCO - 0bhd prime new r.iihmond . Tobacco, lndi;ig tr.m the s liooner Lady Tompkins and fcrsale by . WALSH & GALLAGHER, . Who have in store,, 150 hhds. ed Richmond T.bacfO, principlly of prime quality and e itire parcels ' iH) do new fo, very superior 150 kes manukiciured do of various brands nnd qualities. mh 31 . fl VIRU IMA TOR A CCO 4i FL.VUR. ! f hhds old Virginia tobacco 55 do new crop do do 66 bbls fine flour 15 do middling do. - For sale by VASQUES, MEURON k CLEEMAN, Feb 7 tf No. 72 Wahina;ton t. CIOT'PON k KICE 64 bahrs prime Upuuid Cotton 4 do. New - Orlean? do 11 tiercel Rice In store and forsale by GRISWOLD k COATE9, mh 12 68 South - slreet. LNiiLlOll IKON and SPIKES 40 tons Hat Hi Inn, assorted sixts lOO casks Spikes, from 4 to 6 inches The former entitled to drawback, torssle by HENDERSON k CAIRNS, nb 13 , HI Pine - street. j Li OTI O.N YARN. KMX) Ihe CoUon Yarn, ' 20. 15 and 16, Twist and Filling, fur sale at No. 3 KJetther - itreet. mh14 B ANDANNAS. 4 cases firsl quality Ban. dannas, for sale bv P. REMiEN k CO. mh 20 26 Smith - street. VJ 1CA K AGUA WO il. 18 tons, of a su Ll lior quality, for saU by TUCKER k LAURIE?, mh 11 59 ?outh - trret. SPICILY VI A DEI HA WLNE - 8 iHpr - old ri - cily Madeira Wine, imported in IKli, for ale by TUCKER k LAURIES,. . Dib 13 49 South - street. ILOUR 2X) bbls of Floor, landing rom 1? brie Mount Hope, from Rirhaond, fe - r sale by W. U 9. CRAIG, mh 16 H4roni sir.ei. SilEE I INed - R bles KlemUh Sheetings, for sale by JAMES G. Kl G A CO. mh24 No. 61 Pine street ''UN NY K AGS 3O00, for tale hr J CEBRA k CUMING, ub 13 - 76 Pi arl street. m.JJ Qr. cants colmeaar win 130 qr caks and 2i0 half do dry Malaga do 5 do and 14 half do sweet Malaga 150 boxes Florence oil, 12 bottles each 43 bales Italian writing paper, Foolscap and 50 do printing do kite. - 14 hhds English glasr ware, consisting ol wines and tumblers aborted 100 buses anchovies and 60 do olives 1 box, French kid gloves 1 do ostrich feathecs, very rich 1 do engraving . 9 cases felt hats, 1 do chip do 40 bales lulitn rag, 500 marble mnrtars 23 cases marble slab, veined and statuary, assorted sice 5 bote Naples shaving soap I do watch gbuee 3 case manna in flake 100 bale Calcutta goods, consisting of Baftas, puikah and callipitty cossahs ChadpJl rbninocolly Johanna, luckipore aod soogapor Sannahs, juilapor aod mow Checks, white, red aod blae gillahf Madrai psttern lo Soot and froctmv rnmals, for ale by CHAS. L. OGDEN, and ABR1I.OGDEN, mch 6 Waehingtoo - st. MILITARY LAND PATLNTS. IOR SALE, an tiifelectrd H of 70 Und pa r lee!, Inrsted ia the Illinois Territory, and boughidirectljfronttiekH.Wi.s. Apt 'T ISAAC R. ST. JOHN, mh 10 tf No. 33 Wall - stmt COTTON. 21 bale prime Upland Cotton, landing from brie - Eliza, at Jone wharf. ror aaie ny POTT k M KINNE, - ma M 56 South - street. BOMBAZET iS, assorted colours do all black do twilled, assorted eolown. lust re ceived For as by OTIS k SWAN, men a 157 feaii - st. FREtJH DRY GOODS. J C. NICHOLS, No. 132 Pearl - street, have . received and are now opening 2 case ben French Crape 1 do black Canton do 2 do black and c'oth colored Sewing Silk 1 do black Sinchew 1 do black Sarsnets 2 do black Canton Fringed Hdkf 3 do 4 - 4 Irish Linen, very low . 2 do brown Linen, I do Irish Sheeting 2 do cottno Platiilas 2 do Steam Loom Shirting 2 do white and printed Jean 2 do Marseille Quilting, assorted " .2 do furniture and common Diinitiri 2 do Madras Handkerchief t do fine Book and Cambric Muslins 2 do Millinetts, 2do Carlisle Gingham 2 do Cotton Cassimere . 1 do Pins in boxes 2 do Lndies Kid and SillTGlovet ' 4 trunks line Plate Calicoes 3 do superfine Chiotx 2 bales suptrtiue Broad Cloth 2 do Cassiiiicrcs 2 do Rhodes' Bomhaxet. All purchased at (tuition, 'r equally as low of the importer, which uiey oner lor sale at a small adi nui .. mn au tut B RANDY, POT ASHES, BUTTER, 6 luiHjs 'mitation 4th proof brandy, said to he equal to any in tins city 21 liarn Is Pt Ashes, (good bills) 'l bbf'"'' 00d rfailinS Bu,ter 3 bules first quality Upland Cotton 2i bhds. Paris White 20 rolls Sheet Led, assorted size 270 bugs Juniper Rerrias, go .d quality 100 kegs best quality ground eirger. Forsnleby CORNELIUS DUBOIS, mhfttiw ;6 Front street. 40 SCi'JHhS. Dozen in Scythes, Waters' stamp, for sale JAMES D'WOLF. Jr. by mch 30 57 Front - stret. rfiROKES, DAVIDSON k CO. oner lor sale X at 106 Front - street. 3 rasM Irish Linen 8 do coirsc Book Mn!in and ladies hdki 10 casks tflasswant, eisorted 50 crates Earthenware, do 4 cases low prio.d Fowling Piece 5 pipes old Madeira Wine. roh 30 'lURKS 1S1. ND HALT. 25M) bushels X bright 1 urk Island Salt lor sale by TUCKER k LAL'lUKS, 29 South - stnet. mh 2f Lean I'm a Itrm ol Lean, ft! WO lots of p'ound, in the vicinity of the JL centre market, ane fronting on Orunge - street, (nearly opObitc the Irish tlhurcli) the other on Rynders - atreet. Apply to u. ). just,.), fcq 44 Pine - street, or 3. T. JONE. mh 21 2w 16 NasHau - street. DAVID . GILLIE?, 78 Brvad street, has just received, and oflurs lor rale, 12 cases FRENCH GOODS t counting of . . , t., uoume norence, greens ana cn - angeauies Super chip flats ; black and white craes Assorted taffeta ribbon Fans and silk hdkfs. mh 31 6( FK.ESH FRUIT. 50 boxes Orange, and iO do Lemons, just received, for rale by JOS. JOHNSON, mh 13 9 Goiiverneurs laue. The store and cellar room ol those three storv bouses No. 10 and 12 Bread - street. Also, a good house at Greenwich, and one at Uarlaeiti, with two and a half ncresof ground, near Manhattanville. Apply at 55 Broadway, or to tHA9. ufiauci, ap2tf 141 Front - street TO LEJ, The dwelline part of tbe house No. 1 14 Broadway. It would maka two good offices - Enquire ou the premises. ap 2 I w MOUN I" VEKNON HOTEL. SIS THE subscriber takes this method to in form the public that he has raken for tbe ensuing season that well known stand formerly occu pied by Dydo, about hve miles from the. City Hall, on the Boston road, and intends to open it w prihhchoti? for the rLpUoii of company, on the first of May next, when getlemcn and la - Jies will be accommodated with every comfort and elegance to be expected at sncb a house, on tbe mo rt reasonable jerms. The best of liquors of every tort will be al ways kept ready. r.ZKA UALiU W xUlj If. B. Wanted a good woman cook, ap 2 lm Ta 11 fnr oie fir mure lears. nil The (ollnwioc houses - hoiise No. 24 br .ailway, two dorrs annvc tvatiuneton nu, wiih a coach house in the rear if required - Also, a tlirt e story oriek bue No. 415, in said st re - el. Also, new and centre! two story hri k bouse, enruer of Lispenard and Church streets, the terms moderate, t or lurtlier particulars, sppiy ar 4 li Broadway. nmw u .Vtjre mnd Cellnr la Lti. Th Ptor imt I ellar o. HI Fine - street to i.t low. apply on the premise. kis.F Frnm lat Mftw tiit. Ihe tnp. r,fh nr without apartment. No. 6 Wilham - plreet. For teims apply to i,iias. kmui. ap l oi s 'o ine premise. TO LET. .i i nr uaoHius siorv lire nruoi siurc. Tl . c e . at tie toot of Liberty - street, lately occupied by Messrs. J. .Murray Sons. Possesi on to be given on uie nrst May next, tor terms, apply to jblAJUK H lilL.Lr,rlr., mh 31 79 (up tUir) fine - street Gftl The tore No 'w'a - street. Poe tiuti ii ay be had immediately Aply at No. 18 ap I tf TO LET, A neat two ttory bouse, pleasantly sit gyiid in Lrfiurvanat - iueeu Appiy at uu omce ap I If r1 TO LET, asUal Aromlortahle two tory brick house. taiiaole for a (mail faauilr rent moderate 25 Rector street. ap 3 3t 10 LET. Fnr one or snore vearsl cAii - - . ' Ti.. lirra 3 - slurv brick house. No. id Pearl street, has every convenience for a large family the lower is shelved Kc. lor a ury gooa ,twr, but cn aily be ronver.ed into two roomi far a Jwelliufv - lhe store will be let separately .,r with the upper part - PoasesMow of tbe store Icanbegivenimmidiately AptJy t I3AAL. U. UUiifc.' ,pt lw 43Waa - t. ffn TO L&T, ml) Tbe store and cellar room of those 3 itorY houses No. 10 aad 12 on Broad - ttreet t and a new two story house No. 8 on New Mreet, im mediately in the rear of No. 10 Broad - street, fit for a genteel famliy, being new. aiso, a good house at Ureenwica, aad one at Hartem, with two and a hall acre of Ground. aearManhattanville. Apply to CHAS OAKLEY, 141 FrooUt mh12tf . OlOl.Kl A J BI.UOMIAOOALt., The bouse and erounds beloiwinc to the estate of John Shaw, situated on the eighth avenue. On the premise are an excellent double house, (table, coach and ice house, with every thing else requisite for such an etablirhnient. It i presumed any other description is unnecessary, as those inclined to rent will view the place. Also, the large fireproof store ia the rear of nouses ii and 13 rean - atreet : where there is lor ale some old Madera, Wine, by the Demijuh. r or luriner particular, apply to Aii I1. MIIW, Jan 29 II Pearl - street. rOR SALE. OH TU CEA&E, Lots in the 6. 6. 8. and 10 Ward? ; many ol which are on regulated and paved street. No money will be required under ten year, if told, interest excepted. jiuuaiua. Several two and three ttory homes, on which a grial pan oi the money remain on mortgage. An excellentsiand for huines, with ten acres ot land, pleasantly situated, Willi a wharf, store house and bam. COTTON sod WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acres ol land, and a never failing stream, npoo, which 20 mills may be erecieo, wiu a sumciency oi water loreacn. - Apply at No. 2 Greenwich itreet. jan 13 tf Six VALUABLE PROPER! I. xUil The subscriber offers for sale a valuable farm, 73 miles from Ner - York, lying 7 miles south of Poughkeepsie, on the post - road, withiu 1 4 of a mile of the mills on the falls of Wappiu ger's - Creck, and in the neighborhood of several laudings from which (loop sail weekly. P con tains 110 acres ol level, fertile laud, with a young orchard of grafted fruit, wood sulncient for fuel, and all in food fence. I he boure contains seve ral rooms has a good barn, and all in excellent repair. It tituation being on an elevated plain, renders the place not only healthy, but presents from (he dwelling a delightful inland prospect. Also, another lot of 40 acres, contiguous In the above, and hounded southerly by the falls ol V appingcrVCreek. 1 he land is fertile, in excellent fence, and of tasy cultivation. What renders tliir property valuable, is, that it may be made a place of celebrity. There it already i - reuted on the falls a saw - mill of great capacity, a cardinr mill, which enjoys tlio custom of the neighborhood, beside sevocal other seites for lactones, uuoecuiiied. I he whole force 01 tne creek can be (livened with a little rxpene e to nt to drive a range oi mills on a level plet ol ground just below the falls, and act emibie by an easy navigation; where factories of every description, with every facility of power and transportation can be construe te d. Also, a fl 'ur - uiill, of the first class. The mill - house i laige, wiih 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated tor 6, with new machinery for wanulacturine wheat, (Vic. with an elevator for laising grain from vends into the upper lollol the null. Connected with the mill is a large' tore house for storing. wheat and Hour, With the mill will be sold S3 acres of excellent land, on which is situated five dwelling houses, a larire barn, hay house, carriage house, corn rub', hovels, 4c. a coopers shop calculated toi 20 hand. T wo of the house are new aad well calculated for genteel families : They command a view of the rivor, with a beautiful intervale landscape' formed by the meandering of the creek immndiately in li'unt. There are few places which associate so many accommodating qualification for the merchant, mechanic or firmer. If outsold at private sal before Tuesday the 21st April, it will on that day be offered at auction. For terms, kc. apply to PETER MESIER, No. 25 Beaver - street. Feb 20 ARRAHAM MF.SIF.R. HJR a., The property at Brooklyn, belonging to the estate otCary Ludlow, deceased, cnusitt - ine ol a new three storv brick house and lot of ground, a store bouse, formerly occupied a a 'lituncry, a small irume nuiiiung nuu ii ui ground, and two vacant lot adoining the above premises This property is situated within a lew rods of the sleain - boat ferry, on the road to Pierpont'i Distillery, and extends from the hilt to the river. Also to let, from the first of May next, the house and Lndi on tbe hill, in th rear of the a - hove described premises. The bouse i well a - d.tpted lor a private family or for a public house. The situation, from its eb - vnted position, commands a very extensive arid beautiful view ol the city, the fcasl Kiver ami nay oi new - sort.. . I .1.1 I . ineitrounni surrouniinc me nnuse amiui ure . . . : I . , - ..t it: . . acres oi lunuj are iii m uigu pibio u, lviiiiiiiuh t or term, apply to GEO. W. MORTON, mhSltf No. 59 William st. ll . 4.' X.' f. .r 7?t 'TiSaa. l.ksiaa ainrl tni 'a 9(1 l)Artn - 0t. leotiiainingftii rooiun with fire placet, be.itlei the .... . n . . . u a I II I Uilctif n, pinifiei, truiii. c. mua n wrii vi guw Wttiri, Koriilci 'h? unrxpired term, eleven jean of PHI nun oi jDBPni,. niynnc n J. W. A W. C. MULLIGAN, st l I - .1.. tUa . - ' 1.....:. nt len Tj nil no. rinr - wiret. r OR SALE OR TO LEASE, r:!l On accommodatiner terms, a number of water and building lots, near and adjoining tne navy - yard, at Braoklyn. for particulars, en quirt of dAOTULu z.v aia, jan22tf Brooklyn. it The small 3 story brick house No. 87 ev.ri - ttrent. suitable for a nereon carnriott on a trade in the bouse, having a light garret and a middling sized store, rotseasron given imme diately. Enquire) of DAVID STILLWAGGON, mh 31 tf Stone - street, aear Broad street. JXi l.KF. A lunalnr. vvilK ha Ml ftllrf fiv acres of land, situate about two and a half mile from the city, opposite the arsenal, i o a person who is in the habit of attending market and IA - ..llM.f Ik. Iait erlv veretahle earden, it i aa ohject Rent 200 dollar - Ap - niv si j Difflinwiv. v i j - - - - kllllll' III f.elT. The fire neoof store in Governeurs lane, between Water and Front - atreet, from 1st May next - Apply to TUCKER k LAUR1E5, mh 31 29 South - street. urarrrFD. i J12 A room suitable for an on, u or Hudson - street. Apply at this otoce. j - eN TO LKT, Tbe following Houses v: Tiiriimse No. 91 John - street Tlie bouse No. 97 do I. .L. ...j ..,,. st Mi Pearl - treet Tbe house and tore N?. Hit hry - reet JAM X.9 fcbll No. 5 Bowry. REAL E: I A I E FOR SALE. Two 2 - tedNo.37A: story brick house aod lot, litua - 39 Vesey - street. Also, a house and lot No. 1 1 Bowery, near Chatham - square, 44 leet front by 125 deep. All on accommodating terms. For particulars apply at No. 332 Greewich - t. jan 15 tf IO I El, The GLOBE TAVERN. No. 143 W. ter - Strett. The aitintlLin if Itii. hnil. ami if. accommodation, justly render it an ctjeel well ui ne niirnuou oi any peinon aesirou el Keeping a lucrative DuLlic hnu.e. It will be let. fu, - nishedor nufuroihl, and immediate possaasiMi giv en. Anolv al N.i in W,l in mh 17 tf KOR SALrL Binai raorxayy is tub cit of hxw - xokk. ""I a t5Kii - tv HOUSE and Lot No. II Zlli Itnmrv.MI'lDI l'l ik. . . .l er with the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 fett rear, ami w nil rai.ii sitir HOU5K una I i)T Nn M7 YV - - - - - - w WJ wt Willi House and Lot No 39 Veeey - street. a uurtu uxl MOrlTCAUE for 110 dollar do and do for 750 do do aail Ha Ta. ami a - . On valuable property in the rily of New - York. The interest has alway been punctually paid. For particular inquiie at the office of oiiiioba r. L,ni,iiiisju, dee 10 tf No. 27 Wall - street. TO LEI OR LkASk. From the 1st May next, on reasonable terms, a larire convenient dwelline house, ounn - site Love Lane, neartbe two milestone, Bowery, at present occupied by Professor Adiain; w,ll calculated fortwo families, havi.'g two kib liru, with 8 rooms, pantiie and vault, a stable anil roach house, a well of good water and two cisterns. It ha n very Inrue earden. well stocked wi'h shrubs and iruit trees i pssessiou nf whn h Can be had on the 1st April next. Also to rent, a eentt - e) 3 storv brick home No. 492 Greenwich - street, wiih or without a stable m the rear. Apply at ISo 49(i tireenwtcli - ef or to HALftEY A; G OS. MAN, mh 21 tf 34 Old - slip. To J. el at liinomindnle. The litrua rnnti.nui.l f.l nla..n,lL ilUHterl house nflhA aiiharnlir. ! that .uit buildings aud eronnds, iMsite thentw St. - ne - l L. ik.. m.. - :. i.. i , . , m I - - wiiuit ii vii ,ii' - iMuuiuuuaHT ruau, i i tune. irom town. Appiy io JOHN H. TALMAN. mh25 1m 21 - 1 Pearl - sirect. w mmmt iuidK riiw r,lljj, j For sale, the Dover Iron Manulac.turinx bsiatilii - hueiit, lothecounl ofiVIoriis, and stair of New - Jciiey i contiatine nf a rolliiiii and lit - tuii; Mill, in good repair, which work two pair oi roller ano cuiiris, sneai. tit:, an at tne fame time ; a valuable force with two fires and on hammer in :ood repair ; a tof k of coal and ore on hand, iurucient to make filly Inn of iron ; a good saw mill ; a cut nail factory in good icpair, sufficient to tiaploy thirty men, und may be extended toeuploy one hundred more ; n brad rat. ling niochii.e and a steelfurnuce intooil : rnnveuient to the wot k is a store and a nuuini r .1 bouses fnr the accomib'idiiiioo of laniihes, and xeeli'Dt stabling for team that may l e neces sary to Keep lor uir use oi ine esianunniueai , also, orrharda, pnsture and meadow lots, imue - diafely adjoiuing the works, with timber land in any quantity, not t arreotng two uiounana nve hundred acres, within three mile ol' aaid wnrka. I he ureal vein ol iron ore, commencing at the noted huckaaunny mine, ran mora than i mile through tin tract, and three mine are now open, irons which the forge are (applied with ore, and more may be oiitned and ore raised to u'Ply work to any extent ; the mine are within two mile ol said work, and good road, so that the ore can he raised ami delivered at the forge at two and a hall'dolluis per ton. The above described work are situated on Rorkaway Kiver, about eight mile from Mor - ridown, twenty live mile from Lluabeth t own, aiidaimu' lit same distance trom Newark, wnii good turnpike roads lending from Slid work to e.icn place, in a ineaant neailliv situation, and in a good neighhorhood, there being two I re shy - leriaii Churches within lour miles, and a friends' meeting house within two miles of said place. Thu stand lor collect im bar iron for the slit ting mill is very commanding, there being nearly one hundred forge fires in tlie county ; most of them are on the it ream aoove uover, and tne iron, io going to New - York market, can conve niently pass those work. At Ibis mill frequently lour tons ot bar in.n have been slit and bundled into nail and spike rods in a day. and upward nf one hundred tun of nail have been made in a year. A large amount of good may be sold at this place in exchange for bar iron, procuring aup Plies, Ate. ate. mere are valuable Kite oolli a hove at below no this tract,on which more worka may be erected. ALSO, That valuable well known farm, lyinr in the township of Randolph, about two miles Irom Dover, and fix wiles Irom Mnrriitown, und within one quarter of a mileol the Union turnpike road, near Pleasant valley, called the Distillery Farm, containing bout three hundred acre, about one fourth part of which i excellent meadow, one lourth part piougn and pasture lann, and tne remainder timber. A considerable part of the timber is of the original growth, and is suitable t sawing, tbe other part it thrifty young timber, from filteen to twenty year growth. There are on said farm upward of six hundred apple tree, in fine order, eight to sixteen year old, the most oirtheiu ol graded fruit, and more than hall is theiu Harison apple. o famous lor cider. The meadow are flat und free from (tone, th rough which runs two livelj stream of water, aad near Iv the whole may be watered. One of these stream' i sufficient for a chit - mill or other woik there are sw. mills, a grist - mill, a ful line mill and oil mill, on the same stream. On aid farm are two valuable tcite for water works, a convenient cheap place to erect a short dam, and raise considerable pond, with twelve nr fllteen feet bad. Below tin the water can bo taken into a race, and in let than twenty chain, on food firm ground, is mora than twenty teet fall, la tin way the water caa be worked twice over with the xinse of only one dam. I nere is on saiu larm nn csieniivw now nun with four presses and cisterns, housed and well honned with iron, sufficient tn hold twelve hun dred barrel of cider. Connected to the cider work i the still - house, o conveniently situated that tbe whole operation i completed without pumping, - The water lor condensing im tpims laoolied from a never failing spring, within six rod ul tbe ttili house, and bas sufficient head ter. run into the cistern. I he winnings const. two small frame dwellings, one good frame barn, 54 feet long by 26 feet wide, under a part of which is a good cellar ; there are aio naj uww, cow tbeds, tc. ALSO, t , Valuable property at Lougwood, In the town - sliip of Jeflerson, six mile from Dover, ow whi branch of Rnckaway Riser, cwisiitine of r - .. , Am. ..ll MK life m mam very valuaoie lorge. mm " - " , men abtindanc of wafer tf whole yer. a , I hjrgt a ..j . .... ..rm aiiuatioo. aad for tiltee year pat ha made a much iron at any tyro fire Li the county. I be ore i within four mil, and a part of the road tornptked. lie everai tracU coniHcted with thi establishment amonnt alto - geiher to about fourteen hondrerfacre, tbe great - s.n.iwu - . to make a durable Minpiy of coal ih. force. Immediately adjoining the forge i very valuable plow and mecdow land oi!k ient fnree farms of one hundred acre each, with houses, orchard and liaroa, beside aeveral good dwellings for the families that may be employed in working toe iurge. The wbole or any part of thi very valuable property 'will he told at och price and credit a will ma'e It wormy trie attention 01 any pert 00 wishing to puicbaie. For further information enquire of JACOB I.OSKT, t Dover. ISRAEL CANFIELD, at Morristown. . BLACKWELLkAl'l ARLAN, atN. York. ftbtJDkCa S'lI.E - T MAM RE. ' (Qr The roiiltarts which are to lie entcied into lor the treet manure, will ccn,uence on the) lt of May iiext, lor 1 or 2 e;r. to I e mentioned in the sealed propoas ; and the lreei. ?re to - swept and rleuned, iron the 1st cf ir,h l ' lb 1st id January, ia e r te,,r ' F - l - il MM H SNICS BANK. 1 he stockholders ai hi ceU i,et,fi. d hak an electi - ii for thirteen. Din - clot., 1 t, id ua the first lue'iiiyin April uex, auei iffel the poll will he opened at tbe liankmg llf.uv in Wall street, at 10 o'clock A. .M. and closed hi 3 o'clock P. M. By otiler l the President and Dirnclnrs. nvh3 W Fl. - H.t ah'r. rr Mr t.ALI.OP bavinir tl,cn the b' use No 21 Bioiidaav, now in lh cciiparev i.fMr, John I. Glover, oflei a from tj.e I - 1 of M:.y i:ext, , a resKiener tn prntieme,i m il aelien. I he pleasaiitiieaof tin titualH.iiiieeds tioct mmenL mh 24 tf ! VVLSEkNCANAi.CO.v:i'AY. the Capital btoi k ol s Kid C ciitparv. v nili aid tothe fctockholl.r on the lt cMpi. . Aifljr to Ba.ent Blcciker, Esq. Albany, or Ti lT - iaui - in ei rv oruer t Uie ilirevlors. , . THOViASEDDY, I reinsurer, mh 16 1m OCT MKo. ANN STllNe Ml Lont. i.Ui.e. oH iimg n sihool lorvoniig Isdiea, to cen raence on the first oi May ensuing, on the following t.rms: readii.g, willing, g - auraphy, grammar. .OUMJ..HI1.IJ, en,, ii finer), immniug tlii rudiments of French ami drawing, f r leu doU lars r cfiiurti r t le n on piano h i le or guitar li.teen dollars, Gu to be paid in advance Mr. SPKHF.R le. 1. ih .l she has some litllt rluim totliepatri.irtjj;(. ul the Itilie nf her native city, by no means founded on a nse of Iv r own merits, but on behalt of four lairr:lee n iants To the mean, proud, t isoled or imicrions, the Joea not adilie - s In 'siif, but tothe frm. le who o - esses true lecliiiis jr ren pi. ty - whoa delight it i to can - the widow' In ai t Io sing far ie.y " it I the patronage i sn. h. and sinTi ..niv, she soliritt. halisfabtoryuferemci nil! be giveu if reujind. While - street, No. 3. ' mh 26 I0t Vie - Yoik EttgltManvfiMturiftk ( - mbO,iy. r - T - A . a.l.,.1,.. In. .. f..i ' uing ) ear, will brbeUI on Mondiu , the 6tn of "i" ur". iiiri.,iu,iiiiij room 1 1 teorge nicn - aida, No i Pine street. Poll to be open Iron I to 2 uVlock, P. M. " ll order ui tlie board. nih2QI0t T.C nUTI.F.R.See'ry. fS I ViO HOV Kb f. ii t - ALl!, " " Utt No 94 and 96 Joln. - strtr. K no uir) at 46u 1'tail - iireet. mh sM lot " i LET, The new brick Store no. f,2 Stone - t. Appiy to T. & J. SW OKDS. Feb 14 Of SALK. IE The two - story brick from House and Lot No. 33 Cherry .sirett For teimt. 4tc. aonlr at I rarl - etrt. mar 5 7l I A.I A Tavern and t;t rv in luttiing, at pre - . : .1 . . . . ... ... ... 1 ofcupicu uy mi, nu, J Law. Apply 10 m?, 6 11 I. GlhboNS. fTV. J 'i J.A , 11 Sill From the firat nf Mav neat, a tbeeat tiny brick home in Creevwich - strect, between thorny ana couriluiiot atreeta. at u treenwien - ii eet. mil 3 If kAW LVILUIMiS. 1 woofliceiio Law Buildings No 3. to be rented. Apply on the eremites, to JAMES A. HAMILTON, Eiq.or at No. 59 Broadway, teh 2.fidt fffrS 'JO LET, 4mi1 From the first of May next, a front count - 1.11. ,ivim An . Ii . itn.n Am.m .I.b .....I. , I. , , wv... w - fcv.,i,, m' - .i, iijirr iifi uiar upper lolt. Enquire No. 167 Pearl itreet. jan Tl ti J'.' At a low rent. LEI , a three atory brick; Enquire of EI) : N. COX, 96 Wall street. , el welling in Noifblk - st. mh 26 FIRE i'RvOE ATVRt. To let aad possession first of May next. Uie lour story fire proof store, No. 34 bouth - rt. between Coentie and Old dips. Enquire of the) subu riher, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber street. iei w ti a. ii. tnaiu. JO LEJ, And pottrtsion given on the first of MT next, the spacious amf well known stand. I ha I'tiinn Hotel, No. 68 William street. For particulars enquire of Mr. Vnnderbilt, No. 67, opposite, mh 18 eJ - H JO LET, illiC From the 1st Mav. tbe houte No. 133 Ureenwich itreet. corner of LiU rty - street, at nreiei.t occupied b Doctor Nilsoi,. Tbe pre mise may be viewed any day, between tbe lionr of 12 and t o'clock. tub lOtf IhJ A two ttory house situated in Pearl. sireet, Brooklyn. Poatesiiun may be bad on the Hi t of May next For particular, apply to the subscriber, on die premise. rohss tr amu uiu e iO LET, A eonnting bouse on the lower floor. No. 29 bvuth - itrrrt. A large new fire proof ttor ia Ooverneur' - lane, next door to Water - ttreet. Apptr to lUt&Lft lr L.AUtir.C3, rah It 29 8'iath - streer. IO Lt'T, Tbnaa Ian fir nronf dwelling HoOSC. NoT74 and 76 Mott treet, about ten minute walk from the Coffee Home. 'J'bey will be put in complete retiair.and we calculated for genteel f.milie. Apply at No. 137 WabK - treei. BnllU TO LET, Ir" c - k. i. nr Mav next, the lower cuuiiting roon of No. 64 South - lret. Tlie oDper coasting room, No. 71 SoutMLr - len 1? - . L 'I f.' - .ll A very, convenient houte, with about hTtTan acre of ground, about mil front tba city, adjoioing lit boase occupied by Mr. More - wood, betwixt Greenwich uld the Broad way road. Appiyto JOHN R. MURRAT, mh 25 tf Hadana - tquare. HmiMK, btublt, Grnrden, ke.mi OrunmcA. OTO LET. Tbe eubecriber will let or lease, for a tem of year, b bouse at Grreawich. It it plea - saatly eitoaUd on tbe bank of tbe Hadsoo, and ratcuraled to accomaioaate a large raretiT. 1 or erm,ansJyto D1V1E BETHUNE, ; r. . af,, . a anJU siaMi - atrecw QTO LET, Frem the firat of May next, the three stoiy brick bouse, No. 8 Dey - Hreet. Appl to LEONARD BLEECKER, mh27 2w 37 Wail - tveex. ursinzxCE ml GREkSWlCH. I ri ,i..l.uu.ulrmallli front 11X7 jLISal o I lei, ua - . oSotenwicl, Li,e, rkr o 'btat. ot tne late Smeel Milhga. aed at preeent occ lumber merchant, foot of N - Moorwtmer ot T. PRINGLE, ia U Bok ofNetr - Jork. .k!Stf

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