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TOE NEW .rfi" TYiS SU.F - YARU Ot THE SUUSCKIUKK, A. SLOOP, now buikliuz of the best L material, about 100 tons; timbers of live 'mIt. Intuit and cedar : bottom plank jtSeywttte oak, built on purpose for the Alba - A SLOOP of 50 tons, calculated for ifv aoy trade where dispatch, burthen, and TC'mv draft of water is required. A periagua 5tHOU."tn, oiwion - , board through the centre of lier keel, bud u expected to sail very fast. ii cnii f iiUl tntm. calculated vfor a Liverpool or London trader, (that .can be finished to uii ine purcnascr. fly Spars, timber and plan, auo, awed to bills for bouse budding. K nov6 tf CHAKLK9 BROWNNR. " f'OH SALIC, XiXv The fait tailing Biiip SACHEM, just v&arrived from Anrwerp, burthen 265 tTnsaud will carry al)oul 2000 bbls. 4 yearn old, copper fastened and coppered, to deep ballast mark. She is well found in every respect, and has nearly a. whole now suit of tails. Lies at pier no. 9, east side Cu?ulies - slip. P DAVID G. GILLIF.S, mb 31 10t 76 Broad - street. ' For LIVERPOOL, The sulistantial ship CHILLI A NT, J. W Baker, matter ; is now ready to receive a cargo, and will be dispatched immediately. For freight or parage apply to I1UKD & SEW ALL, mc! 3! 65 South - st. Fur .Wr or Charter, J$M The ship PLATO, Holmes, master, y.hiirtlien 240 tons, will carry about S000 Ui rtb, iu complete order for a voyage. FOR SALE, Landing from the above ship, Matanzas molasses, White and brown Havana sugar. Also, from brig Hlis from .New - Orleans, 16 hhds prime Kentucky tobacco Applv to STEVENS Si MAC TIER, inch 31 d7t 157 onth - et. KiH. SALE, ? (" appln d for in tea days) tlTho ,hin MINERVA SMYTH, built in lliiiaJ:lpm of the best materials, copper fastened and coppered live mouths since, her sails and rigging in excellent order; her accointnodatious extensive and elegant If not sold within the above lime, will be dispatched without delay to Lond ii. Applv to nirhSO '. - JRCIT GRACIF & SO VS. LH - OUR, CO FEE, ic. - 400 hbli. Virgin Jr ia FJuur 45 Mills prime old and new Richmond To hutcii, 18 do Petersburg do 01 bale Upland Cotton ts. and - U hf. Is. Rice ISO bags St. Doming) mid 64 do green Havana Coffee 5 to.n Liiinumvil.e Fort Claret t.iid Mudeira Wine, in hhds. mid quarter clis Rori r d Port Wine, in cases of 3 dozen each FREIGHT FOR OPORTO. A R'ond vessel hound to Oliorto inay ihave about 1U0O bushels corn m. freiisht. Aoply to K. lilUL.r.hJ'ir., m h 2tt III Kront - trret. . , fur Sale, rreilU or Charltr, j.4;siv - .The substantial doiitde - dcc ked and Ja&iiila1 sailing brig hr I Uth V - ISU.L1 - ., jDvMMNi, master, burthen 232 tons, will be ready 10 recuii c a cargo in a few day s lie; at pier No. , N. iliver. For terms, applv on board, or to G. G. & S. IIOWI.4.ND, inh 25 77 Washington - st. for Sale, freight or Charier, The brig RECOV l.R, Owen, mas - Ller, 242 tons ; will carry about Z7oU bbls ; is well louud, and a sound good vessel ; lies at pier No 10, E. R. Apply to JOS. Os BORN, tnh 17 S3 South - st. IHO.V, STtt.L, AA'O UAKUIVAHE. O K d Tous English iron, assorted, in flat iOJ and square bars, a part of which is entitled to debenture. 100 tons round iron, assorted, frem 1 - 2 to 1 12 inch 100 do Swedes' flat iron, from 1 to 5 inches 50 do do square, aborted, from 1 - 2 to 3 inches 50 do each flat and square Russia iron 50 do country iron assortd 20 do plough share moulds 10 do, axletree and crowbar moulds 10 do horse - shoe moulds 20 do brazier's rods, assorted, from 3 - 16 to 3 - 8 inch 30 do spike and nail rods, assorted 10 do sheet an boiler plate iron 50 do English and American Hoeps 10 do English (L) blistered steel 10 do Swedes steel 10 do Crawley do 5 do Ctcrmau do 5 do shear aud cast steel CO do BriUol and Nova Scotia grind stones assorted 500 anchors, assorted, from 50 to SOOOIbs. I do about 9i WOlbs. 60 rolls sheet lead, ust'd 3 to 6 lb per foot 100 casks spikes, ass'd. from 4 to 9 inches 200 do t ut nails, from 2d to 20d . 50 do wrought nails, assorted 20 do slate and hone nails 10 tons iron pot and bake pans, ass'd from 1 to iu gallons, entitled to debenture. 5 tons English spelter 20 do American hollow - ware, consisting of Pots, kettles, hake - pins, Skillets, spiders, tea - kettles, Andirons Sc. 10 casks truce, ox and boat chains Anvil, vices, and beak irons Forge, sledge aod hand hammers Mill, cross - tut and pit saws Cart. Wasgon and Chair Boxes Window Glass oi different sizes Shovels. Soailei. Hiwi. Alt. Together with ag - ntrl assortment of Hard wire ana lUtlery, lor sale on reasonable terms T AHLr.L. K MURIUM U, N'o. 303 Water st corner of James - slip nihjj m iULu Hundred tous first quality Nova Scotia Plaster for sale in lots to suit purchas ers Apply to WALTER NEXSON, 174 Front - ?t. coruer of Burling - slip, or to JOHN BYERS, toot of Harrii - sU th 17 North River pAMOA CKAI Es 10 canes C anion iU Snipes, just received and for sale by V. KEMSEN & CO. w!2 26 South street. yiRUIMA JVliACCUtttLOLJl. v 9 hhds old Virginia tobacco 55 do new crop do do 66 bbls fine flour . . 15 do mi Irllinz do. For sale br VASqi'Ei, MEURON b. CLEEMAN. No. 72 Washinon - st. VICaraoUa Wood. 18 tons, of a sui nr quainy, mr n!e hy TUCKER & LAUR1ES. 23 SMith - itrcft. (lUSNy BAGS. - 3f0, tomaiebf this Vl.SitA K .II.VIf 75 rcarl - street. STEKL, FIFES, HATS. Kr. BW. ROGERS & CO. No. 235 1'earl - il. offer lor sale, 50 bundles Halhack Steel , 5 tons lust O. L. do 1000 boxes Tobacco Pipes Copper Boat Nails 20 cases English Hats ; 5 crates Soda Jugs 20 casks Glass Ware 100 crates Brosley Ware 50 casks best English Porter Malt Kiln Tilts Ei'ghrh bpelter ; black Slates Tin Plates of different descriptions. Together with a general assortment of Hardware and Cutlery, by the package or from the shelves, on the uloet liberal teru - i. rr.h 25 2 I CUT J OA, JUHACCO, ie. tm X bales prime Alabama cotton, landing from schr Nassau 20 bales New - Orleans cotton per brig Fi - h hhds Kentucky tobacco nancier IN STORE, 20 tons clean St. Petcrsburgh hemp Russia duck, German steel, roll brimstone 15 cases tumblers , 30 hoxi - s Castile soap Writing and wrapping jmper 1 case Leghorn hats, No. 20 a 40 Also, just received, 16000 lb Havana coIIcp, in hhds. and A few hhds of rectified pure spirit, made from molasses rum. For sale by JAMES D'WOLK.jr. Feb 53 57 Front st. EM P, LEAP, PAINTS, lie. Ruia hemp, in lots to s'fii purchasers HO rolls sheet lead, 3 1 - 1 to 6 8 casks bar lead, 7 tor; pig lead 50 bales India twine English sail andieiue twine 3 casks Prussian blue, 5 casks vermillion 3 hhds verdigris 50 tasks French yellow ochre Dry white and red Irad' 0 boxes tin For sale by PETER SCHERMEUHORN & SONS, 243 Water - street Also, SO anchors, of Hunt's make, from 40 lo 2500 wt. Cables and cordngc, of all sires, best quality, with the usual assortment of ship chandlery. Feb 11 tf r"1 BROWN, stone seal engraver audjewel - JL . ler. No. 166 Broadway. Coat of arms, trests, cyphers, &c. engraved on stone. A handwime assortment of fine gold seals, chains, and other jewellery. Ladie?' seals engraved with coats tif arms, motto", and fancy devices. Diamonds, amethv?ts, crystals, Sec. bought iu the rough or cut to any form. Books of heraldry kept with upwards of 60.000 nam. J in 7 3m WIMKff L. P. I'cuerilfc wm, (l'a. - ily brand,) in pipes, hhds. and or. raks, im ported July and rptrmlier l&16and July 1817. Cargo I euenne wine, in pipes, ciititlrutouc cnliire. Cape Madeira wine, in assorted casks, shipped altlie Cape of Good Hope in 1813. Oi l Lisbon wine, hi for lamdy use. Forsaloby A. D. DUFF, mh26 lm 09 Washinplon - street. I 'OMACCO 'JO lihdi prime new Rii.limond Tobacco, landing lr in the schooner Lady Tompkins and forsHle by VALiCIl Oi UALiLAUribll, Who have in store, 150 hhds. old Richmond Tobacco, principally of prinie qualify bud entire panels lOil do ne do. very supeuor 150 ke" nianulutturtd do of various brands and quuhtics. mh 31 ri.V'GLISH IR)A andSPIKEb 40 tons rlat Iu Iron, assorted sist - s 100 casks i - pikis, from 4 to 6 inches The former entitled lo drawback, for sale by HENDERSON At CAIRNS, mh13 HI Pinr - street. (tOllOJ lAw. - looo ins Cotton arn, J No 15 and 16, Twist and Filling, for sale at No. 8 i letchcr - street. mh 14 BANDANNAS. 4 cases first quality Bandannas, for sale by P. REM - EN k CO. mh 20 2o South - street. LOUR 200 bbls of Flour, landuie from brig Mount Hope, from Richmond, for sale hy VV.te S. CRAIG, tun in m r ront - STreei. SI1EE ITNUS - U bales l lemish Sheetings, lor slr hy JAMES G KING U CO. mh 24 No. 61 Pine street IVILJI llii "III li. O H,! ' O cilv Madeira Wine, imported in 1K15, lor .if - ii v mai il - i it a tu v L' . u i.i w; sale by TUCKER i LAUKIES, mh I J xv souui - streei. CO I'TON 8c RICE 64 bales prime Upland Cotton 4 do. New - Orleans do Hi tierces Rice - In store and for sale by GRlsWOLU & COATKS, mill? , 68 South - street. f!Lf IVLVE, OIL, FAFEH, le. m J" Qr. casks colmrnar wine i:W qr casks and 200 half do dry Malaga do 5 do and 14 half do sweet Malaga 150 boxes Florence oil, 12 bottles each 40 bales Italian writing paper, Foolscap and 50 do printing do letter 14 hhds English glassware, consisting ot wines and tumblers assorted 100 boxes anchovies and 50 do olives 1 box French kid gloves 1 do ostrich feathers, very rich 1 do engravings 9 cases felt hats, 1 do chip do 40 bales Italian rags, 500 marble mortars 23 cases marble slabs vciued and statuary, asuorted sizes 5 boxes Naples shaving soap I do watch glasses 3 cases mauua in flakes 100 bales Calcutta goods coosistin J of Baft - is putkah and rallipatty cossahs Chadpore, chomocolly,jobauna, luckipore and soogapore Sannahs, jullapore and mow Checks white, red and bide giliahs Madras pattern do Sootee aud froctsoy rotnals, for sale by . CHAS. L. OGDEN, aud ABRM. OGDEN, mch 6 Wasbington - st. MILITARY LAND PATENTS. FOR SALE, an unselected lot of 70 land patents, located id the Illinois Territory, aud bought directly from the Soldiers. Apply to ISAAC R. ST. JOHN, mh 10 tf No. 39 Wall - stret - t. A ( SCYTHES. L J Dozen Scvthes, Waters' stamp, for sale by " JAMF.3 D'WOLF. Jr. mi h 30 57 Froot - stret. rp Rt)KES. DAVIDSON ti CO. offer for sale J. at I UC t root - street. 3 cases lrih Lima . . 2 do shawls R do coarse Book Malins and laaUesbdkfs 10 casks (ilrusware, nssnrled 50 rates Frthenstare, do 4 cases low priced h !ing Ticcci 5 pipes old Madeira Wine. mh 30 YORK. E V.ENO WEDNESDAY, APRILS, l.'Utf. NO. 12 PINE - STREET. m POST. COTTON. 21 bales prime Upland Cotton, landing from hrg Eliza, at Jones wharf, for sale by POTT M'KINNE, maSO 56 South - street. B OMBAZE'fTA', assorted colours do all black do twilled, assorted colours, just re ceived For sale by OTIS A - SWAN, mclia 157 I'earl - st. FRESH DRY GOODS. & C. NICHOLS, No. 132 Pearl - street, have . received and are now opening black Canton do black aud c'oth colored Sewing Silk black Sinchews black Sarsncts black Canton Fringed Hdkfs 4 - 4 Irish Linen, very low brown Linen, I do frith Sheeting cotton Plutiilas Steam Loom Shirting white and printed Jeans Marseilles Quilling, assorted furniture and common Dimities Madrass Handkerchiefs fine Book and Cambric Muslins Milliiietts, 2 do Carlisle Ginghams Cotton Cassime res Pins iu boxes Ladies Kid and Silk Gloves trunks tine Plate Calicoes do superfine Chintz 2 bales sujierfme Broad Cloths 2 do Caisinieres 2 do Rhodes' Bomhazets. All purcnased at nuctiou, or equally as low of the importers, winch Uiey oiler lor saleai a small advonee. mh 30 lUt BRANDY. POT ASHES, BUTTER, Kt t pipes 'fuital inn 4th proof brandy, said to txi equal to any in this city 21 barrels Put Ashes (good bills) " bid'""' Bood re,a,linS Bu,ter 3 bales first quality Upland Cotton 25 hhds. Pahs Whits SO rolls Sheet Lead, assorted sizes 270 bas Juniper BerridS, gn d quality 1WI kegs best quality ground ginger. Forsaleby CORNELIUS DUBOIS, mh 30 - w 30 Front - street. 'pURKS id. AND oAL'l. s!50tl bushels L blight Turks Inland Salt lor sale by TUCKER k LAURIES, mh 25 2!l Soilth - i - tieet. 'I t Lean Jur a term vj itars, fiWO lots of ground, in the vii inity of the JL centre market, isnc fronting on Orange - street, fneailv imnnsite the Irish church) the other on Ryiidei - b - atrett. Apply to u. a j( - i;d, r.srj. 4 - 1 Pine - street, or J. T. JOE, mil 21 2w 16 Nassau - street. J.MU.SH FRUI l .M boxes thaiigi. - andoO do Lcuioiii., just rei eii ed, for sale by JOj J(HS()N, inh 13 9 Gouvericiirs lane. A X SI U A h A. II A MS. M.3 Barrels Muscovado Sugar, landing Irom ship Plato, at Dnvrr - st. wharf 13 hhds New - Orleans pit kled hams, landing from ship Evergreen, from New - Orleans at bui hug - blip. Forsnlebv N. & 1). TALCOTT, ap 1 64 South - st. NANKLNS. 5,NKI pieces Blue Nankins, just received, and for sale by P. KEMSEN & CO. ap 1 26 South - street. "lOTTON. - 63 bales prime Upland Cotton, V landing at Stevens - wharr, nnl lor sale hy R. & C. W. DA.NENFORT k CO. ap 1 U kJCl'EKL HOA HDI.VU. FRANKLIN IIOUkE. This new, spacious and splendid Building', situated in Broadway, the great and fashionable street dividing the centre of the city, at the corner of De. - st. will be opened by the subscribe: - on the 1st of May next, for the reception of Boarders. ll is fitted, and will be furnished in a manner not surpassed, for convenience ami elegance, by any private dwelling in the city. It occupies the most eligible situation, being cential, inviewoftlv Park and City - Hall i the upper apai tments overlooking the whole town, commanding a view of the adjacent country for a circumference of 50 miles, including the Hook, the Narrows, and the Harbour ; and it is believed that no House in the cniintiv ex - cells it, either for elegance of structure or situation ; and no ex nse having been spared b the owner lo make it complete for the purpose, in every respect, it will oiler to ladies and gentlemen, and families visiting the city, the most genteel, pleas n' anil retired a - parlmcnts. The choicest of Wineand Liquors will be furnished, and no trouble or expense will be spared ,to makethe entertainment pleasant, rare and excellent. This establishment is intended exclusively for Genteel Boarding MRS. HENDERSON. feb24 DSC rf I CONCERT. O. HEWITT, respectfully acquaints his friends and the public, that his Benefit Concert will be on Thursday, April 1 7th, at the City Hotel, broadway ; particulars of wlurb will he an nounced in future ndvertivmrnts. Tickets, if I eai h, to be had at Dubois' music store ;(iood - rich's book store Broadway ; Wilsoa's and Geib's music tores, roaiden - l'ne ; nrid I. Hew itt's musical Repository, 156 1 - 2 William st. apt. tl T i LKT, t I ne siores ano cellar room oi Those three storv houses No. 10 and 12 Broad - street. Also, a good house at Greenwich, and one at Harlsrm, with two and a hall arres of ground. near Manhattaaville. Apply at 55 Broadway, or to CHAS. OAKLEY, ap X ll , 1411" ront - street. 'In I f rt M . n - MA., ...nr. .ill The following bouses - home No. 234 - " ....,.. v..c w. mvi. vein,, Hr iadway, two doors above w asliingtnn Hall, with a coarh house in the rear if required Also, a thrfe story brick houe No. 415, in said street. Also, a new and eenteel two storv bri k house. corner of Lispenard and Chur:h streets, tin terms moderate, t or luruier particulars, apply at 415 Broadway. mh25t' sT3, TO LKT. V - 'tT From 1st May next, the store, with or with ut acartmeDts. No. 5 W'llham - street. For terms apply to CHAS. HEADE, ap I bt On the premises. Tin I it PrlS The store No. 20 Wall - street. Posse. - ioo may be had immediately Apply at No. 18. tp l ti , fL TO LET, A neat two story bouse, pleasantly sit - u.i'ed in Courtlandt - ftreet. Appty at tins office. apl tf TO LET. Inisl (For one or more ve ars) I he large 3 story hrttx house. No. 78 Pearl - street, has every convenience for a large family the lower part is slielred fcc. for a dry good store, but can easily be convened iulotworuoms for a dwelling tlie elora will b let separately or with the upper part Possesion of the store can be iriveu immediately Applv to ISAAC C. OGDEN & CO. ap2 lv 43 WaU - it. 1 do 2 do 1 do 1 do 2 do 3 do 2 flo 2 do 2 do 2 do 2 do 2 do 2 do 2 do 2 do 2 do 1 do 2 do Q TO LET A T BLOOM IA OHA L E, The house and rrnuiuia heiiin 'iii? In the tiliiu; of John thaw, situated on llieeieiilh avenue. On the premises arc an excellent double house, stable, coach and ice house, with everv tiling else requisite for such an establishment, ft is presumed any other description is unnecessary, at those inclined to rent will view the place. Also, the lanre lite proof store in the rearol houses 11 and 13 Pearl - street where there is for sale some old Madera Wine, by. tlie Demijohn. i or luruit - r puriicuiars, appiy io ANN M. SHAW, Jan 29 1 1 Pearl - street. Oj TOH SALU OH TO LLjtL, Lots in the 5. 6. t. u:id 10 Wards: many ol which are on reguluted and paved streets. No money Whl be required uuuer ttu years, if sold, interest excepted. i IIUUSf.8. Several two and thrt e story houses, on which a great part of the money remain on mortgage. ' An excellent st and lor business, with ten acres of land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store house and barn. COTTON end WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Wear IXew - Haven, with 4Uttcresol land, andn never failing stream, upon which 20 mills may lie erected, with a eulucienty ol water lor each. Apply at Po. orcenwicn street, jau 13 tf rS' VALUABLE PROPER II. til? The subscriber offers for sale s valuable farm, 73 miles from New - York, lyin ? niiic south of Poughknepsie, on the post - read, within 14 of a mile ol the mills on the lulla ot wappui - ger's - Creek, and in the neighborhood oi several landings fj - om hii h sloops sail weekly. II contains 1 lOacresof level, fertile land, wilhayoung ore hard of grafted fruit, wood suffirinil for fuel, and all in good tence. I he house contains several rooms has a good bam, and all in excellent repair. Iu situatiou Lciugou an elevated plain, renders the place not only healthy, but presents from (ho dwelling a delightful inland prospect. Also, another lot of 40 acres, contiguous to the above, and bounded southerly hy the falls ol Wappinger's - Crrek. The land is fertile, in excellent fcn c, and of easy cultivation. What renders tiis property valuable, is, that it may be made a place of celebrity. There is already e - retted on the falls a saw - mill of great capacity, a i aiding - mill, whh h enjoys the culoui of the neighborhood, .besides several oilier nites for factories, uno copied. The whole forc e of the creek tail lie diverted with a lit lie rxpemci - o as to drive a range of mills mi a level plot of ground just below the falls, and arce - iblc by an e:iy navigation; where factories of every description, with every fur ihty of power and trau. - ortatiou can tie constructed. Also, a (lmir - niill, of I he first class. The uiill - hnuse i; lar;;e, with 4 ruu of Burr shines, and calculated lor fi, with new nr.u hinrry for manufacturing wheat, ic. with au elevator lor rawing grain from vessels into the upper loft ol the mill. Coimei U d with the mill is a large store house for storing wh - nt and Hour. W ith the mill will be sold 5 J ai res of excellent laud, on whii h is situated live dwelling ImUfCS, a large nam, tiav House, carnage nouse, corn crib - , hovels, it. a f miner's shop tali ulatnd tol 20 hands. Two of the houses are new and well calculated for genteel families : They command a view of the river, wi'.h a brautilul intervale landscape formed by the meandering of the creek immediately in front. There tire few places which associate so manv accommodating qualifications for the merchant, mechanic or farmer. If not sold at private sale before Tuesday the 21st April; it will on that day be oUe - ed at aac tion. For terms, &c. apply to PETER MESJER, No. 25 licaver - street. Feb 20 ABRAHAM MESIER. t - OH S.i l.h, The properly al Brooklyn, belonging to (lie i - ht;ite ol Caiv Luilh w, (lerta'ed, c uisii - t - mg oi a new three slory brick house and iot of ground, a store house, lormerly occupied as a distillery, a smoll Irnuie building and lot of ground, and Iwo vacant lots adioining the nhove premises l Ms property is snua'ed wmim a few rods of the stenm - l'oal terry, on the road to P leriiont's Distillery, and extends Irom the hill to the river. Also to let, from the first of May next, the h'.use and lainls on Hie hill, in the rear of the a - hove described premises. The house i well a - dnpti d for a private family or for a public house. iu. . t : . : i - ..i. ..i,.j : . : ... I lie Bll Hi) 1 1 ill, irirm hp eit Tui itu imi.iijiiii, i i hi mands a very extensire and beautiful view ol the city, the East River and Bay of New York. I lie grounds surrounling the house (auout live acre, of land) are in a high state of cultivation. r 'r terms, apply lo jLU. w. mim i u.n, mh2llf No. .W William st. J O LH.A ifc, far a term of iiar; The house and lot No. 20 Cedar street, containing six rooms with fire places, besides the kiti heo, pantries, vaults, ic. and a well ol good water. Forsale, the unexpired term, eleven years, of the lot INo. r: Murray - street, in the occupntion of William ratlerson, on lease irom the f.pisco pal lhurcniu St. r.spru. inquire oi J. W. it W. C. MULLIGAN, feb25 dtf No. 44 Pmc - slreet. 'oT FOR SAlTEOR TC LEASE, HjOJj On accommodating terms, a number of w - ittr and building lot", near and adjoining the navy - yard, at Brooklyn, for particulars, en quire of bAnllhb KV A.!, jan22tf Brooklyn. TO Lh.T, The small 3 story brick house No.' ft I'tai i - strei.t, suitalde for'a person carryirg on a trade in the house, having a light garret nnd a nnd Ming sized store Possession given imme diately. Enquire or DAVID STILLWAGGON, mh 31 tf Slone - strert, near Broad - street U. i A two story house, with a harn and Qve ai res of land, situate about two and a half miles Irom the city, opposite the arsenal. To a person who is iu the Inhit of attending market and would cultivate the lund as an early vegetable garden, it is an object. Rent 200 dollars Ac - ply at 3 Broadway. mh 6 tl MOKE TO LET, The fire proof store in Coveineurs lane, between Water and Front - street, from 1st May next. Apply to TUCKER fc LAURIES, mh 31 29 South - street WASTED, A room suitable for an Office, in or near Huoion - street. Appiy at this oflire. mh 25 tf fL To LKT, tJ The following Houses, viz: Th it use No. 15 John - street The house No. '97 do I he bouse and store No 3?1 Pearl - street The house aod store No. 1JI Cherry - street JAMES W. .SHAW. fe, fi N'o. 5 Bowery. Zjt TO LET, LnTi The house in lludsoii - Miuare. lately occup ied bv John K. Munay. F.sq. It is spacious and elegant, and possessed of every re - n.n.lOi rnnremenre. I'ossesMon may DC liail immediately For terms, apply to MAJOR i ULLKSPIE, ' 79 fun su.rs) Pi - e - s - reet. N. B. Hie above prop rty r. ill be sold to any one desirous to purcnair, ik ui py mcnt maJe convenient. 'rob.31 REAL ESTATE FOR SaLK. 3 Two 2 - sturr brick houses and lots, situa ted No. 37 k 39 Yeaey - strect. ' Abo, a home and lot No. 11 Bowery, near Ctrit - ham - square, 44 fret Irviit by 125 deep. All on accommodating terms. For particulars apply at No. 332 Greenwich - si.' jan 15 tf TO LET, The GLOBE TAVERN. No. 143 Wa - ter - strcet. The situation of this house, and its accommodntioris, justly render it an object well worth the attention ol any person desirous of keeping a lucrative public house. It will be let, furnished or unfurnished, and immediate j - oisewion given. Apply at No 137 Water street, mh 17 tf rOK SALE. HE AL TAlirERT V I THS. ClTI RRW - TORX. A BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. II Bowery STABLE in the retir - toeeth. er with the LOT, 44 feet front, 42 ft rear, and 125 leet on each side. HOI SE and EOT No. 37 Vrsry - street ; and House and Lot No. 30 Vrsey - stru t. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollars, do and do for 750 do do and do for 450 do On valuable property in the city of New - York. The interest has alwavsheen Dum.tunllv raid. For particulars iiuiuiie t the other of &1 f.l'llr. v. lamuisi; dee 10 tf No. 27 Wull - streut. If) LKT Oti LKASK, From the 1st May next, on reasonable terms, a largr convenient dwellinz houc. opt") site Love Lane, near tlie two milestone, Bowtry, at present occupied hy I roles sor Adraiu ; w II calculated fortwo families, having two kit liens, with ll rooms, pantries and vault, a stahle ami coai h house, a well of good water and two cis terns. It has a very huge garden, well stocked wi'h shruns and irmt frees ; pot teuton ol whirl can he had on the 1st April next. Also to rent, a srentrrl J story hrirK house io. 492 Creenwich - strt'f t, with or without a stable in (he rear. Apply at iVi 4:16 (ireeriwich - it orto llAI.J - r.Y U. GOSMAN, rthSl tf 34 Old - slip. HMWt - jVCK al iVil... M ICH. To he let. die house ai'd erounds froutiim on Greenwich Lane, belonging lo the estate ol the late Samuel .viuiigun, and at invsent iiccu Died bv Mr. David Ely. For particulars enquire of JOHN M'KEE, iniiiin r inin nam, i - vn oi ii. iiiMirc - sireer,r oi . I'KII,E, in the Bank ol .'New - 1 ork. feh58tf f LtsiJiLK FHO'Kh t . Korsule, l,; Dover Iron Manulai lining r. - iiililii - lunenl, in llje comity ol nlorns, and ttiiie il'iNew - .'ersey ; (insisting m a rolling nnd flit I. UK Mill, in tone! repair, tvhicji works two pnii of rolleit mill i ulti is, shears, &.C. all lit the saint 'ime ; a valuable forge with Iwo litis nnd oik hammer in good repair ; a stock of coal nnd ine ii liiuiil, sultii'ient to make lilt) lout ol iron ; g" it saw mill ; n rut mill hit t ry in gomt .eptiir, siillicient lotis ploy thirt) men, nnd limy be ex tended toe.nipli.y one huhdud mi re ; u bradi lilting in.ii Iniit and a slei I furnace iugooi1 rep:iii ; ohvciiietit to the woiks na store nnd a lamim ' I houses for the at ommodatiou o1 trtii.il t s, i.nd extelleni sliihlinu lor teams that may be ni ce, sary to keep lor llie ue of the establishment ; also, orctiHids. pasture and meiidoH lots, iiniiit - liatelv aitii'iniiiii the works, wild t miner laud in ay quantity, not m tilling two thousand Uve hiindrrd acres, within three miles of said works. I he ureal vein ol iron ore, ceiiuiielicing at tin noted siirkusiuiny mine, runs inoie than i miles through tint tract, tfnd three mini s lue now open, from which the forges are supplied withore, ami mure may he opi ned and ore raised to sup ply works to any extent ; the mines are within tw i miles ol said works, and good roads, so that the ore cap be raised and delivered at the forge at two a id a hall doilmt per too. The above describi d works are titunfed on Kockaway Kivcr, about eitbt miles from Mnr - risiown, twenty five miles Irom Elizabeth I'ohii, and ahuu the sainedistame tioiu Newark, with good turnpike roads leading fr "in said works to each plan, in a pleasant healthy riliintion, and in a eood neiehhorhooit. there beintr Iwo Pretbv terian Chun lies within 'our nn let, nnd a frit lids' meeting house within two miles ol said place. 1 his stand lor collt'ctiiii; liar Iron lor the slit ting mill is very commanding, there being nearly one hundred forge fires in the county ; most ol the in are oil the streams nhove Dover, and the iron, in going to New York market, can conve niently pass those works. At this mill irr'iuently lour tons ol bar iron have been slit and bundled into nail and spike rods in a day, and upwards of one nunnrea ions ot nans have heen made in a year. A large amount of goods may be sold at this place in exchange for bar iron, procuring sup plies, tic. tic. There ure valuable scites both a hovt M heiow on this tract, on which more works may be erected. A Lsl J, That valuable wi ll known farm. Ivins in the townUiip of Randolph, about two miles Irom Do v r, ana ix miles irom Morristowii, und within oi.e quarter of a miU oi llie Union turnpike road, near Pleasant valley, called Ihe Distillery Farm, containing ahout thr.e hundred in ret. about one fourth pnrt of whii h is excellent mendow, one lourih pait plough and pasture land, and Ihe remainder timber. A rontiderable part of the timber it ol the original growth, and it suitable lot tawing, Ihe oilier pari is thrifty young timber, from fifteen to twenty years growth. I here nre op said farm upwards of six hundred apple tret t, in line order, eight Iu sixteen years i Id, the. most ntf,0iein of grafted fruit, and more than hall ff tin ui Harison npples, to famous tor cider. 'I be meadows are flat nnd fret) Irom stone, through which runs two lively streams of water, and nearly the whole way be watered. One of these streams is sufficient for n erist - mill or other works ; there are saw mills, a grist - mill, a tut ling mill and oil null, on the .ine stream. On said larm are two valuable soles for water - woik, a convenient cheap place to erect a short dam, and rain? a considei able pond, with twelve or filteen feet head Below tins the water can bt taken into a rice, and in Ittt than tweutj chains on good firm ground, it more than twenty leet fall. Iu this way the water can bo worked twice over with the expense of only one dam There is on said farm an extensive cider mill with fur presses and cisterns, housed and well hooed with iron, sufficient to hold twelve hundred barrtls of cider. Connected to the id - r works is the still - house, so conveniently situated that the whole opt ration Is l omplettd without pumping, I he water lur condensing Ihe spinir is supplied from a never failing spring, within six rods of the still house, and has sutl'itieut he. id to run into the cisterns. 'I he buiMuip cnn - ist ol two small frame dwellings, one good frame barn, 54 feet long by 26 feet wide, under a part ol which is a good cellar ; there ure also bay boose, cow sheds, iic. ALSO, Valuable property at Longwood. fn the township orjefleron, six mites irom Dover, on the mam branch of Rot k..wi.y Kivcr, cr.nsi.lmg ol a very valuable forge, with two fires and one hammer ; abundance of water the whole J'ar, a large pond, and a very warm situation, and for filteen years past has made as much iron as any two fires in the county. I he ore is within limr miles, and a part of Ihe road tumpiked. The several tracts connected with this estahhhmtnt amount altogether to about fourtt - eo hundred' acies, tlie greater part timber, to make a durable supply ol coal for the forxe. Immediately aJjonmiC m lorae is very valuable plow and meadow land aufhcienl o three larm l one hundred acres each, with houses, orchard and barns beside several zood dwt Ihngs for the families tlmt m.iy be employed m woramgirie itirsc. J he whole or any iiart of tins very va uahle property will be fold nt sucb pin cs and cierlit as will make it worthy Iha attention ol any iierson wiunnit io iiurcjiate. for lurtlier mioruialiou enquire of JACOB LOSEY, nt Dover. ISRAEL CAN FIELD, al Morristcwn. BLACK WELL h M'r ARLAN, at N. York.j feb s DC a STREET MANURE. fJ3 The contracts whirh are to be entered in - , to lor tba street manure, will commence on th 1st of May next, lor 1 or 2 years, to lie mentioned in tne sealed proposa.s; and trie si reels i.re to. be swept and cleaned, from the 1st of iar h to the 1st of January, in every year. : Feb 21 MECH WMO BANK. flTr' The stockholders are hereby notified that au electi - n for thirteen Directors will bt held on the first Tuesday in April neat, and that the hi11 will be opened at the Banking Ilous in Wall street, at 10 o'clock A. M. and closed ml 3. o'clock P. M. By order of the President and Directors. mh3 W. FlSH,Cash'r. Qjr' Mrs. (iALI.OP having taken the house No 21 Proadwav, now in the occupancy of Mr. John L Clover, oilers from the 1st of May next, residence to gentlemen and ladies. The pleasantness of the situation needs no comment. mh 24 If VEIERN CAiNAi. COMPANY. (Cfr A dividend ol five nnd a half percent, on the Capital tor k of said ( 'ompany, will be paid toihe stockholdm on the 1st of April, 'Apply' w diicsi uieecaes r.sq. Atnany, or iw v u - aiu - sireet. u orner oi ine niieciors. Tl I HOMAS EDDY, Treasurer. mh 16 1m MEDICAL SOC1ETV. ,0X7" A quarterly mining of the New - Yoik County Medical Society will be held ou Monday, the bin inst. at 4 o'clock, at W aihmglcn Hall. C. W. EDDY, M. D. Btc'ry. ap I'M - J Q TWO HOUSES FOR SALF Nos. 94 and 06 John - street. Enouire at 460 Pearl - street. mh 25 lot I O I ET, 1. - I , r.. - .. ,ij i ne new Dries, aiote no. us sume - st. Applv to T. & J. SWORDS. Feb 14 t L - l 1 1J V .1 f V riilThe two - story brick frout House and Lot ... ilJt lierry - streel - 7: I earl - street. - For terms, Sl . apply at mar J li LK'J, A Tavern nnd hi ore in Uuildne. at Dre - . si ni orcupied by Mr. Mm. ."haw. Apply lo mh C if I . C.IHliONS. Ju J. hi, From the first of May ntxt, a three sioiy brie k house in lircei u ich - sUcet, between Lbn - ty mid I oiiillnndt streets. I11411 ic at IJ7 tircenwicli - alicct. mh U tf fifa LAH lilll.Vh.OS. ' UiSlii 'J wonfliicsin Law Buildings No .'J, f lie ienrd. Apply on the premises. Iu JAMES t. II W II. I OiN, Esq. or at No. b9 Brouilway. tel. 2.lll tfjf" lO LKT, Lu From the Crsl ol May next, 0 Iront count in room n the stcond fliwir, (her with tlie upper l"ils Enquire No. 167 l'ta.l ttrt - tt. jun 24 11 I. At a low rent, LEI, a three story ' brick u tiling in Noifolk - st. mh 26 Enniitre of ED : N. COX, 96 Wall - stieet. KIHK FHi - OV bT - 'Rt.. 1 c lei nno poisettien Dtt 01 way next. the hnsr story file pioi - i store, No 34 toulh - t. between lm nlies mid O'd shps. Enquire td Ih suhstrilH - r, No. 1 Murra,cr 45 I baudier - street. fi b y if s. b au;. Aod possession given on the first of May iiiikt. ihi spacious and well knoun stand, (lie Unnm Hotel, No. 68 William - street. Fur particulars inquire 01 Mr. Vandeihill, No. ?, opposite, mh 16 Hil ALE, A two story house situated in I'earl - street, IlriMiklvi). Possesion muy fie bad on Ihe hi st of May next For partii ulars, apply to the subscriber, on the premises. mh 5 tt JAMES GILL. IO t.KT, 4lJj A count ing house on ih lower floor, No, ii) Miuth street. A lurire new fire proof store in Govarneurs' - lane, next door to Wnti r - strett. A ply to TUthr.R At I.Al blES, mil 11 29 ft - iiith - stieef. iffiji IU Ll T, 4lfissi Those two fire proof dwelling Houses, So i4 nnd 76 Mott stnet, about ten mirutts walk ir. - ui the( oflu House. They will b put in complete rrpHii.and wellt nli uluted for genteel la mi lies Apply at No. IJ7 Water - stieeU mh 1 1 tf IO Lt. J, From the 1st of May mxt. the lower counting room ol No 54 South street. AL5U, " The upper counting room, No. 71 South - st. App'y lo JAMES D'WOEF, Jr. leli 13 57 Front - street iniil A very convenient house, with about hall au acre of ground, about a mile from the city, adjoining the house occupied by Mr. More - wood, betwixt Oreeuwicb and ibe broadway road. Apply to JOHN R. MURRAY, mh 2 - Hudson - square. Home, Stable, (iardin, Kc.ul Ortcnuuh, ffiil TO LKT 4ill Th' subscriber willltit or lease, for a leini ot'yenrt, h't house at Grsenwirh. It 11 plea santly situated on the hanks ol the Hud' i, and raiculalt dto accommodate a large isndly. For terms, apply to D1VIE BLTHUNI - . JanJll 8 tValslreef. Jil l.t.T. fpll From the fust of May next, the three slo y brick house. ,o M Itey - sb - ret. Apply to LEONARD BI.EKI :KER, mh 27 2w 37 Wall street. t ur ."tale or lo Lei, r. 1 1 ....A ,.iii.iIb til 111 llhS',lk , lie ,. . - S. - - - - " - " at bio mingdrtlt - , oe.ir ine.i nine mw, PUHmca on the bunks of llie Nmlh River. Tnt ilouso is modern bun', 5 ie I fruit with terraced pi tu aikI conwiiehl i.ul bouses, all recently pinied, und 111 rtniipi' te order. Tl rroumts ar lucldy tultitaied, the g. - rden extensive and good tod there are on the place a great varitty of shrubs. fruit and forest trees, and a pump of excellent water. For terms whirh will be reasonable. aiplyto 3. A. LAWRENCE, a;i I lm hi line - street. SSI . '' kKT. . rJJ Those spacious HOUSES, Not). 41 ami AS v a'.l - street, lately known as the Merchants Hotel, lliey will be let either together or se parately. The house No. 4 1 has a building ia the rear of it, coutiiuing t wenty bed rooms with ure - plar es wbiih makes it one of Ibe mot desirable situations in the city lor a, boarding house, especially at the lower rooms stir be let with advantage either for insurance er broker's o3U ces. For terms apply lo GEORGE DUCHANA.V, mh Tl 14t 4 Mot - lane. y TO LET, Uii The House No. 78 Crobd - streef, with the odice, store - fioos, and slabt s coobguoas and apiiertaitiirc thereto. n TO LEASE. For a term of years w l"ts or Parcels, tha part of Rose Hi.' I silote on Uie 2d, 3daal 4th, avenues the - 3d. 2 UK 25th,2t)lh,2.th, S8tb and 9h streets, wtiich ll - )ngs to Mrs. Ana llo ' rs. l"or particular, apply to 0 ' JAMES A. HAMILTON, mh 13 If 2 LW PuiivV

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