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SY3R SALE AT THE SHIP - YARD OF THE SUBSCRIBER, - A SLOOP, now building of the best materials, about 100 loos; timbers of live y 3 "oak, locust and cedar ; bottom plank jywbile oak, built on purpose for the Alba - mm trade. 1 . A SLOOP of 50 tow, calculated for any trade where dispatch, Duruien, anu I Meat draft of water ii required. , A periagua SC HOON ER, pf 40 tow, t will draw but little water, with a lee - ' board through the centre of her keel, i a fait. Abo, a SHIP of 360 tone, calculated Av for a Liveryoolor London trader, (that vJ&can be noithed to wit thetsivter.) "lSpart, Umber and plank. Aftetf timber tawed to billi for house building. . no 6 If CHARLES BROWNNE. FOR Wit, TV. r..t ..I'.nr snin SACHEM, juit f i ra Autwarn. burthen 265 TTTU :n hui )no bbls. 4 sears old. IUUS, WN WU V. . - copptr facetted aiid coppered, tp deep ballast - l. ui.. u Mil ,aml in r res oect. and ha nearly a whole pew suit - - Lie at nieruo. 9,eat aide Ci8ntif lip.,r r ' r . win nn lira ? mh3l 101 - 7 Broad - street. " Z. ' ForLIYERPOO L, . iifv The tubstantial ship BRILLIANT, JftS J. W. Baker, master ; is now ready to receive a cargo, aud will be dispatcued immeji - altly. For freight or pastage apply to HURD & SEWALL, mch 31 ' 65 South - it. for bale or Charier, The ship .PLATO, Holmes, master. burthen 240 tons, will carry about 3000 barrels, in complete order for a voyage. FOR SALE, Landing froin the 'above ship, Matanzas molasses, While 'and brown Havana sugar. Also, from bri Miss, from Ncw - Orlani, 1C bhili prime Kentucky tobacco Apply to STEVENS Si MAC TIER, mch 31 d7t 117 South - tt. tor CtlJiRLEbTUJi, Tho staunch schr LOUISA, W. Na - ,pier, master, will sail on Suuday next, weather permitting, tor freight or passage, apply on board, west tide Old - tlip, or to SAUL ALLEY, Dih 3 1 93 Pine - street. FOR SALE, (If applied for iu ten days) .The ship MINERVA SMYTH, built in Philadelphia ot the best materials, copper fastened and coppered five months siuce, her sails and rigging in excellent order ; her accommodations extensive and elegant If not sold wilhin the above time, will be dispatched without delay to London. Apply to mrh30 RCH GRACIK & SOSS. tor A.i - UHLra, The ship LAC.L'IKA, now loading at llie west side of Uutiuitr - slip ; will aaii in i da) a. For freight or passage, having excellent accommodations, apply on uos.ru, r l N. L. k C. GRISWOLD, itih 28 36 South - street. irU.OUK, COr i'EE, Aic - 400 bbls. Virgin - 1 ia'Flnur 4j hhds. prime old and Dew Richmond To ( ', bacco; . 18 da Petersburg do l bales Upland Cottoo 35 Is. and i'O lit', te. Rice . ISO bags St. Domingo and 04 do green Havana Coffee 5 to.is Linnumvila; Port Claret and Madeira Wine, in librls. and quarter casks Rorii red Part Wine, in cases of 3 doien each FREIGHT FOR OPORTO. vii A good vessel bound to Oporto may ALsj&have about 1000 bestM - ls corn on freight. Anply so R. GIl.LrPlE, nib (K II Krnnl - strret. tor Salt, tmghl or Charter, The substantial double - decked and .fast sailing brig KENTUCKY - BELLE, Desnoo, master, burthen 33z toot, will be ready to receive a cargo in a few days lie at pier No. Ii, K. River. For term;, apply on board, or to G. G.iiS. HOWUiNLl, aih 15 77 WashiDglon - st. For Sale, Freight or Charter, 7116 brig RECOVER, Owen, oiw - AliJsiter, 242 toot ; will carry about 3750 kbit i is well found, and a tiund good vowel ; lies at pier No. 10, E. R. Apply to JOi. OS CORK, mh 17 23 Soutli - st. iOA - , STEEL,' A J U HARUIVAHE. Toot English iron, aborted, in flat JV and square bars, a part of trim h is entitled to debenture. 100 torn round iroo, assorted, freht 1 - 2 to 11 - 2 inch 100 do Swedes1 flat iron, from 1 to 5 inches SO do do square, assarted, from 1 - 3 to 3 ucnea 50 do each flat.anJ square Russia iron 50 do country iron astortd SO do plough share moulds 10 do axlctree and crowbar moulds . 10 do hore - ihoe moulds SO do brazier's rods, assorted, from C - 1G to li - a inch 30 do spike and nail rods, assorted . 10 do sheet and boiler plate iron 50 do English and" American IIopj 10 do English (L) Wittered steel 10 do Swedes tteel 10 do Crawley do 5 do German do 5 do shear and cast tteel SO do BrUtol and Nora Scotia grind stones assorted 500 anchors, a - sorted, from 50 to SOOOlbt. 1 do about SOOOlbi. 60 rolls sheet lead, am'd 3 to 6 lbs ir Toot UK) casks spikes, ais'd. from 4 to 9 inches 00 to cut nails, from 2d to SOd I 60 do wrought nailt, assorted SO do slate and horse nails 10 ton iron pots and bake pans, assM from 1 to 10 gallons, entitled to debenture. 5 tons English spelter 30 do American hollow - ware, consisting of Pots, ketilet, bake - pans, Skillets, spiders, tea kettlts, Acdirons, s. 10 casks trace, ox and boat chains AovU, vices, and beak irons Forge, sledge and hand hammers Mill, cross - cutand pit saws Cart. Waggon and Chair Boxes. . Window Glass of different sizes Shovels, Spades, Hoes, &c. Together with a general assortment oflurd - w and Cutlery, for sale on reasonable ternis, ?J ABEEL i: DUNSCOMB, nV3S3 Water - tt. corner of James - slip. HJO 1m LiUUK Hundred tons first quality Novaco - - - tia Platter for sal in lots to suit pure has - " - Applyto WALTER NEX30N, 174 Froot - st. corner of Burling - tlip, or to JOHN BtERS, foot of Uarrison - Vt North Rivr. (J MOJI CRAPES 10 casea Cantoa blk fpes, jm received and for male by toK ' r. REM SEN & CO. - . Sooth - street. STEEL, PIPES, HATS, Su. BW. ROGERS U CO. No. S35 Pearl - sL offer for tale, 60 bandies Halback Steel 5 tons twit O. L. do . 1000 boxes Tobacco Pipes Copper Boat Nails 20 cases English Hats; 5 crates Soda Jogs SO casks Glass Ware VX crates Brotley Ware 50 casks best EogliUi Porter Malt Kiln Tilts English Spelter; black Slate Tin Platesof different descriptions. Together with si general assortment of Hardware and Cutlery, by the package or from the shelve, on the most liberal terms, sub 85 2 1 s CVTJOA; AVBACLO, tie. hi JL bales prime Alabama cotton, landing from schr Nassau 20 bales New - Orleans cotton per brig Fi - S hhds Kentucky tobacco nancier IN STORE, , 20 tons clean St. Petersburg!) hemp Russia duck, German sUel, roU brimstone 15. cases tumblers 30 boxes Castile soap 1 ... : Writing and wrapping paper 1 case Leghorn hats, No. SO a 40 Also, just received, 16000 lb Havana coffee, iu hhds. and , A few hhds of rectified pure spirit, made from molasses rum. i or sale by . JAMES D'WOLF. jr. Feb tt 57 Kront - st. HEMP, L.EAU, PAINTS, tic Rusia hemp, in lots to suit purchasers 80 rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - 2 to 6 8 cables bar lead, 7 tons pig lead 50 bales India twine English sail and seine twine 3 casks Prussian blue, 5 casts Vermillion 3 hhds verdigris 50 caeki French yellow ochre Dry white and red lead SO boxes tin For sale by PETER SCIIER.V1ERHORN Si SONS, 243 Water - street. A 1m, 200 anchors, of Hunt's make, from 40 to 2.'i) wt. Cables aud cordage, of ail sixes, best quality, Willi tho usual assortment of ship chandlery. Feb II tf rl BROWN, stone teal engraver andjewcl - A . ler. No. 166 Crohdway. Couti of arms, crests, cypher, tc. engraved en stone. A handsome assortment of fine gold seals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladies' seals enraed with coats of arms, aiottos, and fancy devices. Diamonds, amethysts, crystal, Lc. bought in the rouzh or cut to any form. Books of heraldry kept with upwarJs of 60.000 names. Jan 7 am WINES J - . P. 1'eneritfe wine, (IWly brand,) in pipes, hhds. aud qr. catUs, imported July and September 18 1C aud July 1817. Cargo Teueriffe wine, iu pipes, entitled to debenture. Cape Madeira wine, in assorted ca&ks, shipped atthe Cape of Good Hope in 1013. Old Lisbon wine, hi for family use. For sale by A. D. DUFF, mh 26 1m C9 Wellington. street. rl TOBACCO. 40 hhds prime new Kii iituood I Tobacco. Inndine I rem the schooner Ladv Tompkins, and for sale by ' VVAUSrINOALiLiAUIlE.il, Who have in store, 150 hhds. old Richmond Tobacco, principally of prime quality and edtire parcels 100 do new do. very superior 150 kegs manufactured do of various brands and qualities. mh3l syn yinuLviji tobacco u flour. 3 tf hhds old Virgiuia tobacco 55 do new crop do . do 66 bbls fine flour 15 domiciling do. For sale by VA5QUE4, MED RON & CLEEMAN. Feb 7 tf No. 72 Washinton - st. COTTON k K1CE 64 bales prime Upland Cotton 4 do. New - Orleans do 112 tierces Rice Instore and for sale by GRISWOLD At COATES, mh 12 C3 Smith - street. riNliLlitil IKOiN and SPIKES. 40 tons nat Ha Iron, assorted tiies 100 casks Spikes, from 4 to 6 inches The former entitled to drawback, for tale by HENDERSON ti CAIRNS, mh13 HI Pine - street. ClOTTON YAKS. - 1000 lbs Cotton Yam, J So 15 and 16, Twist and Filling, for talc at No. 8 Fletcher - street, mh 14 15 AN DAN N AS. 4 cases first quality Bandannas, for sale by P. REM?EN Si CO. nxi20 26 South - street. NICARAGUA WOOD. IU tons, of a supe rior quality, for ss by TUCKER & LAURIF.9. mh 11 20 Soiith - itreef. CICILY MADEIRA VV IN E. 8 pipes old Si O city Madeira Wine, imported in iHli, lor sale by TUCKER LAUKIKS, mh 13 2V South - street. rLOUR 20O bbls of Flour, landint; from 1 brig Moaut Hope, from Richmond, for sale by VV. 8. CRAIG, mh 16 K4 Front street. SHEE TINGS 8 hnlet Flemish Sheetings, for tale by . JAMES G. KING Ii CO. mh24. No. 61 Fine ttreet. GUNNY BAGS. - MOO, for tale by CEBRA k CUM1SG, mh 13 76 Pearl ttreet. fPifA H'W, OIL, PAPER, te. M - tJJ Qr. casKt colmenar win 1SQ qr caskt and 300 half do dry Malaga do 5 do and 14 half d tweet Malaga 150 boxes Florence oil, 12 bottles each 40 bales Italiao writing paper, Foolscap and 50' do priuting do letter 14 hhdt English glassware, coasUtiog of wiuci and tumblers atfurted 100 boxes anchovies and 50 do olives 1 box French kid gloves 1 do ostrich feathers, very rich 1 do engravings 9 cases felt bait, 1 do chip do 40 bales Italian rag, 500 marble mortars S3 caAs marble slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sizes 5 boxes Naplst shaving soap 1 do watch glasses 3 cases manna in flakes 100 bales Calcutta goods, consisting of Baftaa, putkah aud callipatly costabs Chad pore, chouocolly Johanna, luckipors and soogapors Sannahs, jullapors and mow Checks, white, red and blue gillahs Madras pattern do Sootee and froctsoy romal, for tale by CII AS. L. OGDEN, and . ABRM. OGDEN, mch 6 Washingtoo - tt. MILITARY LAND PATENTS. T?OR SALE, an antel cried lot of 70 land pa. V . tents, located in the llliuoit Territory, and bougnt duecllr from tbe Soldiers. Apply to S.tAC R. ST. JOa, Dh 10 tf ,"to. 39 Wall - itrett. COTTON. - 21 bales prime Upland Cotton, Landing from brig Eliza, at Jqnes wbatf, for sale by POTT t M'KINNE. mh30 56 South - street 0MBAZETT3, assorted colours '. : do alt black. - do twdled, assorted colours, lent re ceivedFor tale by OTIS tc SWAN, men 3 167 fettii - et. FREslJ DRY GOODS. J ft C. NICHOLS, No. 132 Pearl - stract, have . received and are now opening t caset best French Crape 1 do black Canton do 2 da black and c'oUi colored Sewing Silk 1 do black Sinchews 1 do black Sarsoets 2 do black Canton Fringed Hdkfs 3 do .4 - 4 Irish Linen, very low 2 do brown Linen, 1 do frith Sheeting 2 do cotton Platitlas 2 do Steam Loom Shirting 2 do white and printed Jeuns 2 do Marseilles Quilting, assorted 2 do furniture and common Dimities - 1 2 do Madrata Handkerchiefs . 2 do fine Book and Cambric Mutlint 2 do Millinetts, 2 do Carlisle Ginghams 2 do Cotton Catsimeres 1 do Pint in boxes 2 do Ladies Kid and Silk Gloves 4 trunks tine Plate Calicoes . 1 3 . do superfine Chintz 2 bales superfine Broad Cloths 2 do CaMiineres 2 do Rhode.' Bombazets. All purchased at auction, or equally as low of the ittipurtcn, wnicn tney uuer lor sale at a sraau advance. mh 30 lUt BRANDY. POT ASHES, BUTTER, ic 6 pipet imitation 4th proof brandy, said to be equal to any to tint city 21 barrels Pot Athes, (good bills) l good retailing Butter 3 balet first qualify Upland Cotton, 2i hh.lt. Paris White HO rolls Sheet Lend, assorted tizes 270 bam Juniper Berriat, go - id quality 100 kegt best quality ground ginger. For sale by CORNELIUS DUBOIS, mh 30 S!w 36 Front - street. Aih SCYTHES. LJ Dozen Scythes, Waters' stamp, for sale by JAMES 0'WOLF, Jr. - mch 50 57 Front - stret. 1iUKI, DAVIDSON ii CO. oiler lor tale JL nt 106 Front - street. 3 cases Irish Linen 2 do shawls II do coarse Book Mutlint and ladies hdkfs 10 casks Glassware, assorted - 50 crates Earthenware, do . 4 caset low priced Fowling Pieces 5 piix - t old Madeira Wine. mh 30 rTMJRKS ISLAND SALT. ii) bushels X bright Turks Island Salt for sale by TUCKER Si LALRIES, mh ?i 1 20 Soulh - ttreet. 7 l.eiut or a term oj iitari, rfWO lots of ground, in the vicinity of the JL centre market, tme frontiuir on Orange - street, (nearly opposite tlie Irish Church) the other on Bymlers - street. Apply to n c ii v 44 Fine - street, or J. T. JONES, mil 21 2w 16 Nassau - street. FRESH FRUIT. 6U boxes Orange, and M do Lemons, just received, for sale by JOS. JOHNSON, mh 13 9 Gouverneurt lane. SLGAR Ii HAMS. ' JttJ Barrelt Muscovado Sugar, laudin: irom ship Plato, at Dover - it. wharf 18 hhds New - Orleant pickled hauu, landing from ship Evergreen, from Now - Orlcans, at Burling - slip. For sale lv N. it I). TAtCOTT, apl - 64 South - st. NANKI S. 6,000 piece t B 1 ue iN auk uu, j ust received, and for tale by P. R EMS EN & CO. apl - 26 Suutr - ttreet. ClOTTON. 63 boles prime Upland Cnttou, ) landing at Stevens - wharf, una tor tale by R. Si C. W. DAN EN PORT, tc CO. ap"1 . OEXTEEL ROAHOLVU. FRANKLIN HOUtP.. This new, spacious and splendid lluildinir, situated in Broad way, the great and fashionable street d viding the centre of the city, at the cornet of Dev St. will be opened by the Mibscribe - on the 1st of May next, tor the reception ot juoarucfs. It is fitted, and will be furnished in a man ner not surpassed for convenience and elegance, by any private dwelling in the citv. It occupies the most eligible situation, being central, in view of thr Park and City - Hall ; the upper apartments overlooking the whole town, commanding a view of the adjacent conntrj tor a ciir.umterence ot JO miles, including the Hook, the Narrows, and the Harbour ; and it is believed that no House in the country ei - cells it, either for elegance of structure or liquation ; and no expense having been spar ed by ttie owner to make it complete for the purpose, in every respect, it will offer to ladies and gentlemen, and fain ilies visiting the city, the most genteel, pleast.ni and retired a - partments. The choicest of Wineand Liquors win De tunusiieu, and no trouble or expense will be spired, to make the entertainment plea sant, rare and excellent This establishment is intended exclusively for Genteel Boarding MRS. HENDERSON. feb24DiCrf Mqjji The stores and celbir room of those three story houses No. 10 and 12 Broad - itreet. Also, a good house at Greenwich, and one at Harlsrro, with two and a ball acres of ground, near Maohattanville. Apply at 55 Brondtvay, or to lUAS. l'AM,r. I, apStf 141 Front - ttreet. To Lei for one or mure years, The following bouses houe No. 294 Broadway, two doors above Washington Hall, with a coai h house in the rear if required Also. a three story brick house No. 415, in said ttreet. Alto, a new and genteel two story brick house. corner of Lispeuard and Clion n ttreels, the terms moderate, ror lurtner particulars, apply at 415 Broadway. mh 2" t' JTO LET. trIi From lit Mar next, the store, with or without apartments, No. 6 William - Mrert. For terms apply to CHAS. REAOE, tip I bt On the preonw t. ri TO LET. ill The ttore No. 2Q Wall - street. Postrs - tiua may ba had inmediatcly Apply at No. 18. ap 1 u TO LET, A neat two story house, pleasantly sit uated in fjouruandl - ttreet. Apply at tins ofljte, apl tf grri to let. uJjZ Cor or nor Tean) Tbe large 3 - story brick house, No. 73 Pearl - street, hat every convenience for a large faoily the lower part is shelved tic. lor a dry good store, but can easily be converted into two room, for a dwelling Um store will ba let separately or with the upper part Possession of the store can be given immediatelv Applv to ISAAC G. OGDEN fc CO. apt W 4?Waa - st. QJO LET A TB LOOM IMI DALE, The house and (rounds bslonzinsr to the ettaie of Jolm Shaw, situated on theeicbth avenue. On the premises are an excellent doable boose, stable, coach and ice house, with every thing else requisite for such an establishment, ft it ptosumed Any other description is unnetfu.v ry,s those inclined to rent will view the place. Alto, toe large fire proof store in the rear of UOO let 1 1 aod 13 Peari - ttreet : where tht - re it for sale some old Madera Wine, by tbe Demijohn, r ut, iw uwr particulars, appiy to 'i Ann M. btlAW, Jssi 29 11 Pearl - ttreet. Q Of ivhic OK SALE OH JULK.iSL, Lost in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Wards : manv tcli are on reguluted and paved streets. No money will be required under ten years, if told, lotaieet excepted. HOUSES. Several two and three ttory houses, on which a great part of tbe money reiuuin on mortgage. S LA - MJl.Mi A J lir.U HUUIV. Ai excellent stand for bunnets, with ten scret of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store hoase and barn. COTTON and WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, NVsr New - Haven, with 40 acres of land, and a never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may be erected, with a lutiicienty of water for each. Appiy at No. 2 Gieenwich - ilreet jan 13 ti E VALUABLE PROPERII. S The subscriber offers lor sale a valuable farm, 73 miles from New - York, lying? miles south of Poughkeeptie, on tbe post - road, withiu 1 - 4 of a mile of the mills on the falls of Wappiu - ger's - Creek, and in the neighborhood of several landings from which sloopt sail weekly. It eou - tains 1 10 acres of level, fertile land, with a young orchard of grafted fruit, wood sufficient lor luel, and all in good fence. The house conlaius seve ral rooms, has a good barn, and all in excellent .repair. Its situation being ou an eluvaled plain, renders the place not only healthy, but presents from Uie dwelling a delightful inland prospect. Also, another lot of 40 acres, contiguous to the above, and bouuded southerly by the falls of VVapptngnr's - Creek. I lie land it Icrtile, in cx cellunt fence, and of easy cultivation. What reuders this property valuable, , that it may be made a place of celebrity. There it already e - recled ou the falls a saw - null of great capacity, it carding - niill, which enjoys the custom of the neighborhood, besides several other scltes for factories, unoccupied. The whole force of the creek can be diverted with a little i xjience so at to drive a range of mills on ajuvel plot oi'gfouml just below the falls, and acces?iblo by an eay navigation; where factories of every description, with every facility of (tower and trausKrtation can ba constructed. Alto, a flour - mill, of the first class. TheJ Diill - hoiif e is large, with 4 run of burr stone?, and calculated for C, with new mu liinery for manufacturing wheat, :c. with an elevator for raising grain from vossels into the itpiter loft of the null. Connected with the mill is a laige store house for ttornig wheat and flour. ' With the mill will be sold 53 acres of excellent land,.on which is situaUJ five dwelling houses, a large naru, hay noute, carriage House, corn crib', hovels, 4c. a cooper's shop calculated fiw 20 hands. Two of the houses are new and well calculated for genteel families : They command a view or the river, wi - h a neauuiui intervale landscape formed by the meandering of the creek immediately in front. - There are few places which attociata so many accotjimndating qualifications for the merchant. mechanic or urmsr. . If not sold at private sale before Tuesday the 21st Apr J, it will ou that day be dCered at aac tion. For terms, &c. apply to PETER MESIER, No. 25 Heaver - street. FebJO ABRAHAM MKSIER. Ftttl SLr The property nt llrooklyn, belonging fo the estate ol Cary l.udlnvv, deceased, c.'rtsist - iritf of a new three ttorv brick house and lot of ground, a tlore house, lormeriy - occupied as a listillery, a toiail fraiiie builuing and lot ol grouud, und two vacant loti adiumi'ig the aliove preiiiitei. I tut property is titudttd within a lew rods of tbe suiain - boat lerry, on the road to fierpont'i Outiilery. and extendi Irom tlie Mil to the river. Alto to let, from the first ni May next, the house and lands on the hill, in the rear of the n - hove described pieruite. The houte it well k - dapted for a priv ate family or for s public house. The tituatiun, irom its elevated position, com niands a very extensive ud beautiful t iewolthe city, the East River and Bay of New York. The groundt mrrounding ttie house (about five iicret of land) are in a Inuh state of cultivation. For (ermi, apply to ulu. vv. mijktu.v, mh 21 tf ' No. 59 Willinm t. O'fO LEASE, far a Irrm nf yrar$, The house and lot No. 20 C dar - tlrei t, coiilaiiiiligtix rooms with fire places, besides the kitchen, pantiles, vaults. Arc. and a well ol good water. For sale, the unexpired term, eleven years, of the lot no. fj'j Murray - ttretw io me occupation of William Patters hj, mi lease from the Episcopal Church du St. Esprit. Inquire of i. W. k W. C. MULLIGAN, febtS dtf No. 44 I'inr - street. afft FOR SALEORTO LEASE, ixrL On accommodating term,, a number of water and building lots, near aud adjoining Ui uavy - yard, at Brooklyn. For particulars, en quire of SAMUEL KVAIMH, ian 22 tf Kmnklvn. TO Lr.T, Tbe tmall 3 ttory brick house No. (It Pearl - street, tuitable for a pt - rson carrvins on a tr?d in the houte, having a light garret and a middling sued ttore. t osmsssion given m.iue diatcly. Enquire of DAVID STILLWAGCON, mh 31 tf Stinie - treef, near Brond - street. kT4 MLh',. ti 'Iil A twostorv house, with a barn and Ave sciesof land, tituate about two and a half miles from tlie city, opposite the arsennl.' To a person who is in the h.ibit of attending market and would cultivate the land as an early vegetable L'firdi - o, it is an object. Kent 200 dollars. Ap ply at :i Broadway . sub 6 tf jJTH &TORE TO LKt, Uu!) The fire proof store in Governeurs lane, between Water and Front - street, fim 1st May next A pply to TUCKER & LAURIE, mh 31 29 South - ntreet. jHS A room tuitable for an Office, in or near lluun - stnet Apply at tlas oftce. mh25 tf TO LEI, The rollowina Hoes..vi: T 'i - house No. 95 Jobn - ttreet The house No. 87 do Tl hfuiwi And tore No 39S Pearl - ttreet The houte and store No. 111 Cherry - street Jlllir.O Olinni feb21 No. 5 Bowery. e'TO LET, , , The house in Hudson - square, lately occupied by John R. Murray, Eq. It is spacious and elegant, and possessed of every requisite convenience. Possession may be had immediately For terms, apply to MAJOR ii GILLESPIE, 79 (up stairs) Pioe - stfeet. N. B. The above property sill be sold to anyone deirous to purchase, and the psy - meat made convenient ' psh 31 OREAL ESTATE FOR SALE. TWO 2 - ttnrv brick houses and lots, situs. tedNot. 37 1 39 Vetey - itreet. Also, a house and lot No. 11 Bowerv. near iDatnam - square, 44 feat front by 125 deep. All on accommodating terms. For particulars ap ply t No. 332 Graenwich - st. fan 15 tf 'i'O LET, The GLOBE TAVERN. No. 143 Wa - tei - slrect. The situation of (hit bouse, aod its accommodations, justly render it an object well wonn me attenliou of auy person desirous of keep ing a lucrative public house. It will be let, fur - nUhedor unfurnished, und immediate posteujou fgiven. Apply.atNo 137 Water streeL mh 17 tf rOR SALE. real raorKRTT in the cinr n skw - tork. fT A BRICK. HOUSE and Lot No. II UGH Bowerv ST AM. - in th. r.. 1.K. with Ihe LOT, 44 feet front, 4 fctt rear, and HOUSE and LO T No. 37 Vetey - itreet : and House and lAt No. 39 Vetey - strtet. A BOND and MORTGAGE lor 1200 dollars. do anuV do for 750 do do and do for 450 do On valuable property in Use city of New - York. The interest has always been punctually paid. For particulars inuniie hi the office of . . STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, deetOtf No. 27 ' Wall - atrret. . TO LET OR 1. L.I St.. From the lit May next, on reaionable in un, a large convenient dwelling house, opposite Love Lane, near the two mile ttnnr. Bowery, at present occupied by Professor Adraiuj well calculated for two fumilier, having two kitchens, wiUi a rooms, patitiirs and vault, a stable and cnai h hue, a well of sootl water and two cis term. It has a very large garden, well stocked with shrubs aad fruit trees ; possession of which can he had on the 1st April next. Also to rent, a genteel 3 story brick house No. 492 Greenwich - street, with or without a stable in the rear. Apply at No. 496 Gree nwidi - st orto 11ALSEY GOSMAN, mh 21 tf 34 Ol'l - ilip. RESllJtSfCE ul CUEEn IClk To be let, the house and grounds froritios on Greenwich Lane, belonging to the ost.it of the late Samuel Milligau, und at prctint occupied by Mr. David Ely. For particulars riKpiire of JOHN - M'KEE. lumhrr ini - rchaiit, fool ol '. Moore - street, vr of i . I'KiiMiLt, iii me uanK oi.iew - vork. tehSlltf r.iLLABLE PHOHEIiiV. Fur sale, Ihe Dover Iron MnmiJncturiii2 f.ruhlitliiiient, in the county of Morris, and ttate ol iew - Jerey ; contiitini: of a rolling and slit ting .vnih iu good repuir, wnicn works two pair ol rolleis and cuutrs, shears, tic. all at llie sauie lime ; a valuable forge with two Hies und one hauiuicr in ). - nod repair ; a stork of coal aud cue on hand, suiEcieut to iiiuku filly Iocs of iron ; a good saw n. ill ;acut n.iil f.o.t. ry in good lepair, sufficient to t is. ploy thirty men, and may I extended to employ one huiidiid more ; a lirad cutting mscbiui and asliel futnace meood repair; ruiivGiiienl t the woiks is a store and a number I houset lor the accommodation of laiuilns,' and xcvlleut itabhng lor teaim that may he nccrs tary to keep, lor tne use oi iiieestaiiiisiiuieni i in - mi, orchard, pasture aud luesdow Iota, iuiiue - (lately ad.ioiiiiiig Uie works, with limner und ui uv Quantity, not exre ediiiic two thousand live hundred notes, withiu three miles of said wotka. irc H'u, Will VI ,!, WIV, WUIUICIIIII - ..I. noted Mickatunny mine, rum more than z miles I I . a tfMu. ma... ..I ..An ' . .tw.n.m nt .1 II.. tliroueh Uiis trai l, and three inines are now open, irom which the forges are supplied with ore, and more may be opened and ore raised to susiply worki to any extent ; the mines ara within - two miles or laid worki, aod good roads, so that Ihe ore Can be raised mid dtiiveredat the forge at two and a nan dollars per ton. I tie aliove descniied works are situated on RocKDvrav Rircr. about eirht milet from Mor ntlown, twenty five milet from Elisabeth Town, andnhou' the sumeditlance from Newark, with good turnpike roads leading from said works lo ech place, in a pleasant heiilUiy situation, and in a good neighborhood, there being two I'rethy - teriau Churches within lour uulet, and a frn uu' meeting houte within two niiict of said place. f hit stand for collecting bar iron lor tbe tut ting mill it very commanding, there being nearly one hundred lutge firrt in the county ; tnot of them lire on the itrtani" above Dover, and the iron, in going to Nuw - York market, can cnve - niently pan ihoie works. At this mill frequently lour louiol bar iron have been ilit aod bundled into nail and spike rodi in a day, and upward! of one hundred tons of nails have bt - efi muds in a year. A large amount ol goods may be sold at thu place in fxclnnge lor bar iron, procuring t.ip lilies, A;c. Aic. There are valuable tcitet both a hove U below on this triict,oti which more worki may he erected. ALSO, That vnlunhle well Unown farm. Irinz in Ihe township of Randolph, hlioiit two milet from Do vcr, and tix nuiet rrini .vioriittown. and within one quarter ul a uiileol ih Union turnpike road, mar I'leiatant vallty, called the Dittillury Farm, ccntaiuing about three buudrfl a res, about one fourth part ol which is excellent meadow, one I'liirth part plough and pasture laud, and the r luaiudur timber. A considerable pari off he tiiu btr is of the origiual riowlh, and it tuitable lot tawius, the other pari it tlinlly young timber, from filii en to twenty yenrsgrowtn. I'bere art on laid farm upwxrdi ol tix hundred apple trees, in Cne order, eight to sixteen yean old, the most oljlhem ol graded liuit, and more than bsifqi tiiem Huriton apples, to famous lor cider. The meadows arc flat and free from itone, through which runt two livel) streauiiof wati r, and nearly the whole may be watered. One of llwiv ttrenmt it tufficient for a grist - niiil or other worki there are law mills, a grist - mill, a lulling mill aud oil mill, on tbe tame itrearu. On aid larm are two valuable scites for waterworks, a convenient cheap place lo erect a "hurt dam, and raisea considerable pond, w ith twelve or filleeo feet head. Beiow this the water can be taken into a race, aod in lest thai) twenty chains, on good firm ground, is nioie thuu twenty icctfall. in this way the water can be worked twice over with tlie expense of only one dam. There it on laid farm an extensive cider mill with four presses und cisterns, housed and well hooped with iron, suificiei't to hold twelve hun dred barrels of cider. Connected to the cider works is the still - house, so conveniently situated that the whole operation it completsn widiout pumping, I be water lor condensing llie ipirnt it tueplied from a beverlailiiig trri, wilton sis rodi of the still houte, and has tufficitnt lehdtn run into the cisterns. - The huiMina; con - ist of twoimall frame dwellings, onegMt Ira uie hum, 54 feet long by 26 feet wide, under a part ol which is a good cellar there are alto hay house, cow tbcdt, Sic. ALSO, . , Valuable property at l)iwood, In the town - tliip of Jtreron. us miles irom Dover, on li.e , .,. k.o... i. ,. n,. L:iai River. eonitic "I very valuable forge, with two fires and one i.iH mcr ; abundance of water the whole )ac , a i large iood. and a vi ry warm miw'i - , teart patt hut n.sde a. much it, at any two firet In the county. The re within lour milts, asd a part of tin; road turnpike.!, fix several tracts coiioected with this estHoli'buieiit amount allo - eeiher to about fourteen huridrwacret, the greater part timber, to ninkr a durable supply el coal . ii,. (orTp Imuietliati ly adwiisiiii: llie forge it very valuable plow und meadow Und sufficient. 10 three larmt Ol Ulii: liunuic, evil. ,iui ImifU s. orchard and barns, betide several good dwelhnt:i for the families that may be employed n wofkme tlie fonse. The whole or any nan oi uns very valusnie property will be sold at sech priis and credit at will mke it worthy the attention m any person wishing to puicirue. tor lurtuer itiioruiauoa enquirsruN JACOB I.OSET. at DiAer. ISRAEL CANFIELD, at - Morristnwn. BLACK WELL h M' ARLAN, st YorV; fei Si DiC'f - 1 - - V ' V ? - mm . . .. V NUMBER 4934 TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1818. NO. 12 PINE - ST&FL ST. JLLJlJiid JL N ALIA V V " LL VU'JLLUJ JJJ - . V STREET M A N L 1 - E. (fr - The coniracta which ara to ht. entcted ia to lor the street uantiie. will cosusLei.ee on the 1st of May next lor 1 or 2 )c.rs. lo be ux uUtHi - d in the sealed propo und ihe. street! are to oe swepi anu Cleaned, irom the 1st of Wars b lo. the 1st of January, in every year. Feb 21, iViFCH uMCb BANK, rr The stockholders are hereby notified that an election for thirteen Directors will be heldoo the first Tuesday in April next, and that tha, poll will be qpeued at lh Banking Ileus in wall - street, at IU o'clock A. M. aad doted at U. o'clock P. M. By order of tbe President and Directors, mch 3 W. FIMI1, Chh'r. . (TV' Mrs. GALLOP having taken tire house No. 21 Broadway, now in th occupancy of Mr. Julm I. Glover, oflers from the 1st of May next, a residence to. gentlemen and ladies. 1 he pleasantness of the situation needs no comment, mh 24 tf V EXTERN CANAL COAI PA ,N K. , ftV A dividend of dve aad a half ircent. o the Capital Sloe k ol said Company, w ill be paid lome oiocanoui. rs oa tl 1st ni April. AplT to Baient Blestktr, Evq. Albany, or 2&1 W if - uaiu - sireeb y order ol Hie directors. THOM Aa EDDY, Treasurer. mh 10 1m : AiKIICA.l.sH It 'fv. ' "' ,.0ir Aqusrteriy mteiine uf the New - Yoik County Medical fcix ietj wiiii e held onMimday, Uie bth intt at 4 o'clock, at Wathington Hall. v. i. civlsi, n. u. Beery. ap 1 3t . . ' tcri Tvo houses For sale," ' UtAi Ki,h. 94 and V6 Jolm - street fjiquire at 400 Pearl - street. tnh 25 lOt H LEI , The new brick Store no. Ct Stone - at. - AjipTjfto T.&J. SWORDS. .. Feb .14 l FOH SALE, ml The two - story brick front Houte and Lot No. 33 Cherry - it ree t For terms, tic. enply at 1 I earl - ttrrrt. ' mar 3 i.i A Tavern and Store in lusldnr. l nrc. scut occupied by Mr. Wt. Mmw. Apply to - mil t) II I . OIBUUfV.3. ctT ' ' if'O LEI, .'. ' '. l!iu Fiorn' the first of May next, atlireo stury.hrirk house in Gre ei wicli - .trret, between L.birty anil t'ourtltuidt - slreets. Inquire at YS7 Greenaicb - strcet mil 8 tr ' UIH LVILLIACS, I wonfficiiin Law Buildinet No. 3. to li i.iitwl. Apply on thu preinitrt. lo JAMEi A.'riA.viuiuiv, r.tq. or alivu. Broadway. n n v.uiw , . ,. . . JO LEI, From the first of May best, a front cnunt - ina room ba the second floor, together with tbe upper hilts. Enquire No. 167 I'ttul street. . jn h ti . IV LET, At a low rent, a three ttorv brick. owclling in Noifulk sl. Enquire of . ELM N. COX, roll 26 116 Wull - street. QFIItE PRUOF o'TURE, To let aad pottevtion first of May next, Uie lour story tire proof store, No. 34 boath - sl. betweet Coenties and Old sLiis. Enquire cl the tubtenber, No. 1 Murray, or 45 Chamber - street. lebUtf g. ii CKAIG. , (Lf - H 'JO Lt.T, sjfu.f And possession given ob Ihe first of May next, lhcs Si ious and welt known. Stand, the Union Hotel, No. 60 Willism - ttreet. For particulars enquire of Mr. Vaoderb.lt, No. 67, opposite, nth IB . roil DALE. IT . . i - ...... ..J ci 1 g n iwu uo iiuubq piiiijiicii in rwi" street, Brookl) n. I'ossensioii may be had on the first of May next. For particulars, apply to tlie subscriber, on the premises. mh 25 tf JAAIr.9 KILL. ' eO 4.AT, A counting house on the lower floor, No. i'J south street. A laiL - n new fire proof store in Govsrnean' - - lane, next door to Wab - r - street. Apply to TUCKER sr I.AUMr.S, ' mh II 29 Smithitreet Wt JO LET, t,' - ti Those two fire proof dwellini Houses. No. 1 4 and 70 Molt strs - rt, about lee minute walk irom Uie Coffee House. They will be rait in complete repair, and w ell calculated for gen teel families. Apply at No. 137 Water - street. mh 1 1 ti i - 'l LET, From thsi 1st of Mav next, tlie town counting room ol No. 54 South - ttieet. ALSO, The upper cowifiiig room, Nn. 71 8outh - ttj' Apply lo JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. leb 13 67 Front - slreef iVjIl A very convenient hnuse, with about - nt ill hall an acre of ground, about a mile Irom tha city, adjoining the houte occi pied by Mr. More i... . il :. I. .....1 ,1. . It . I wiHHi, utiwui uiccuwiui wiu uia iiiwiiip roaJ. Apply to JOIIA li. mL.ll.llAT, mh 25 tf H udMo - tqusre. Houte, Stable, Garden, ar. (Jretnttttlt, i iJ i.KT . The tubtcrilier will let ot lease, for a term vf years, hs house at Greenwich. It is plea tantly tiluutd on the bank! of the II no ton, and CSIt Uinlco 10 BCCOUimouHie a lire - ma.uy. r ot terms, apply to D1V1E BETHUJVE, JanVnl ' trg Wall ttreet. From the fiist of May next U.e Uiree ui. y brick houte, No. 38 Dey - street Apply to LEONARD BIXiXKEH, mh 27 2w .sr At ail - street. . f va t or Sole or lo Let, Um The house and grouadt ol Ibe sebscriber at bloomingd - le, near the 6 mile sloi,ituaUd 'on I be banks of Ihu North River. The House la. HMxIern built 50 fe - t lrt with terraced pi.zxaa and convenient out huuscs, all recently pinlsd and in coinplr te order. I he grounds are highly cultivated, ihe garden extensive and good aed there are ki ihe place a great variety of shrubs, fruit and lores! treet, and a pump of excellent viiicr. 1 r terms, wracn win vm reatotiaDie. apply to S. A. LAWRENCE. Hp I lm 67 Piste - street. TO LET, li Those tpacious HOUSES, Not. 4.1 ana 4 vi all - ttreet, Lately known as the Merchants1 HoUl. They will be let either together or se fat" parately, 'the house No. 41 has a budding in, the rear of it, coulaining twenty bed rooms with. Ore - plat tu which makes it one of the ntott ds - tirablc tilualioui in the city for a boarding house, tnpectHlly as the lower rooms may be let with) advautage ciiher for uuuntucc fcf broker t oto - ccs. For terms, apply to GEORGE BUCHANAN, mh 27 141 4 Moat - Ian. TV LET, t . Tk.11A.HVA 7f Pss.l.ei4r - sf. With tit a, ptsfj it S3 Aivysxsttx ..w. w ss' - t . oBice, store - house, aud Stanes couugau - , appeitaiuiDe thereto. TO LEAi - F, For a term of years, in M P" part of Rose llilfsiiuite oa the W, Jd. ai Mt ! .ven.ies, no the 23d, 2411 5h. tCth. 27 th, zk, and S'JIh tlreets, wtikb belut to Mrs. Aan Huge. ; - - .,AM1i.ToN; 1 BuWarf No. 3 Law ?aikipV f; 7s '"fli'i j - J I' ;l ihi ''.'' ! in - ;., V". , . I 5t :. I, mi I - J I i i i " . .