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r K EVENING '' - .' if''. - NUMBER 494! , WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, .818. NO. 42 Pl.NK - .STKKF.r: POST.: JL.IL U J JL M JLLJfl V V JJ. 0L U FLOUR, COFFEE, &C. - 400 bhl. Virginia Flour 45 hbhK prune old and new Richmond To . . baceo, ; 18 do Petersburg do i .. (I hale Upland Cotton ' Si a. suit 20 hf. U. Rica . 15U bag St. Domingo and , (4 do green Havana Coffee 5 tout Lignumvitae ' I'ort Claret and Madeira Wine, ia hbd. ' Rori. red I'ort Wine, in cate of 3. doieo each FREIGHT FOR OPORTO. A pood vessel bound to Oporto may Lhave about 1000 husliels com en freight m - m m w I a t A J X. Aim. to Jl. lILJtii.9nJW rr.ri 20 ii" iUA, blf.EL, AJiu HARDWARE. C f mT. Tnn Knrlith iron. assorted, ill Ml t3J and square ban, a part of which it entitle J to debcuti. '100 ton round iron, assorted, frem 1 - 8 to . 11 - 2 IDCh 100 da 8wdes' Oat iron, from 1 to 5 inches 0 do do snuar. aborted, from 1 - 2 to 3 iochet 50 do each flat and (quart Russia iroo 50 do country iron assortd t0 do plough ihare moulds " 0 do axlelre and crowbar mould Ml An horse - shoe moaldt 20 do braxier't rods, assorted, from 3 - 16 to 3 8 inch 30 do spik and nail rods, assorted 10 do sheet and boiler plate iron 60 do English and American Hoops 10 do English (L) blistered steel 10 do Swedes steel 10 do Crawley do 5 do German do " 5 do ? hear and catt steel 20 do Bristol and Nova Scotia grind ttocet assorted 500 anchors, aborted, from 50 to 20001b. I do about 90001bi. 60 rolls sheet lead, att'd 3 to C lbs per foot 100 ca?ks spike,, att'd. from 4 to 9 mchei SU' lo ut iiuil, from 3d to 20d 50 l) w rought nails, assorted 20 do slate and horse uails 10 tons iron ts and bake pans, ats'd from 1 to 10 gallons, entitled to debenture. 5 tons English ielter 20 do American hollow ware, contittkig of Tots, kettles, bake p.mt, Skillets, spiders, tea kctlin, Andiions, Sic. 10 casks (rare, osand boat chain Anvil, virer, and beak irons ' Forge, (ledge and hand baoimera Mill, cross rut aor! pit saws Cart, Wanii and Chir Boxes W mdow Glass of different suet Shovels, Spades, Hoes, Sic. Together with a general assortrnent of Hardware and Cutlery, tor sale on reasonable terms, by ABEEL & DUN 3COM B, No. 3G3 Water st. corner of James slip. mh23 I in ITOUK Hundred tons first quality Nova Scotia Plaster for sale in lots to suit purchasersApply to WALTER NEXSON, 174Front - st. corner of Burling - slip, tr to JOHN BYERS, foot of Harrisoa - st. mch 17 North River. ST. DOMINGO COFFEE. 150 bags, lor (ale at 106 Front street mhiO TROKE:?, DAVIDSON & CO. GOAT SKINS. 8500 Madras Goat Skins, landiog from (hip Frances Henrietta, for sale by GOODHUE Si CO. an 6 44 Smith - street. I OLArsES 1 be Cargo of the Ketch Via XVI ria, from Havana, consisting of 250 hhds and 13 tierces new crop Molasses, now on the wharf, pier No. 7 North River, and for sale by G. G. & eS. HOWL4ND, ap 6 77 Washington - street. sCILlfiAFt 172 hhJs New Orleans burnt O landing this day at Fine - street wharf, from bngllope, lor sale oy GRISWOL'OS 4 COATES, or KirLEI, 1 LKftlU. ap 7 68 South - it. THAW CARPETING. 15 rolls about 1S00 yard Cadiz Straw Carpeting, very hanfl - sorm patterns, landing from brig Reuben & Eli - n, for sale by GRI3WOLD COATES, ap7 68 South - street. DUCK ic SEAL SKLS 100 bolts Russia Duck, 500 ir'eal Skins, landing and for sale by JOSEPH OSBORN, ap 7 28 South - street. BOaTON RUM 10 puncheons landing and for sale by ap? CAMBRELENG k PEARSON. NEW - ORLEANS SUGAR, COTTON, &c. JAMES D'WOLF, jr. 57 Front - street, bar for sale, landiog from ship Evergreen , 105 hhds New - fVleaus sugar 48 bal.s do cotton, prime quality. ALbOOXUAM), Clean St. Petertburgh hemp, in lots to suit purchasers 400 qr. casks Orange works1 gun powder 120 taxes roll brimstone 100 boxes of German steel ) entitled to. draw - 10 cases tumblers back One case Leghorn straws Q3 Cash advanced on goods consigned for sale. apnl 1 Ai Ct TIMS. tJ Dozen Scythes, Waters' stamp, (r sale by J A WES D'woi.r", Jr. inch 30 57 Front - strct. I '"fl WWVt OIL PAPER, 4c. lJJ Qr. casks colmeuar wine 130 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 au do printing do I letter 14 hhds English gla ware, consisting ol wines aod inmoiert assorted i 100 boxes anchovies and 50 Jo olives 1 box French kiJ gloves 1 do ostrich feather, very rich 1 do engravings 9 case kit hats, 1 do chip do 40 bale Italian rags, 500 marble mortar 23 cases marble slabs, veined and statuary, ar - onen sizes 5 boxes Naples shaving soap 1 do watch glasses 3 cases maona in flake 100 bale Calcutta good, ronsiitiug of Dallas putkah and callipattv cossahs Chadpore, chomocolly Johanna, luckipore ana soogapore Sannaht, jullapore and mow Checks, white, red and blue gillahs Madras pattern do - Soote and f roc troy romsls tor salt by CHAS. L.OGDEX, and ABRM. OGDEN, - 6 Wa.hirurton - sL N t!TKU2El SPIRITS FROM MO ASF.8 .6 hhd. imt reeeirad of MIDC hop I.MittiBrthisS proof. ? IPe imitation of 8ntdaax Brandy, JAMES U'WOL, Jwir. 67 Fmot street. M)lGOe . , ..l.. i. pice, lo cioe a Cwiignmms ny n 7 vackso: ti WOOLLM, lit. 75 Wall - ttreeL DRY GOODS FANCY plate Calicoes Sepernne calicoes and cbinttef 4 4, 9 - 8, t 4 caaabric muslins Cambric jaconet Plain tatnbor,d sewed mulls Plaia and ttabor'd book muslins 3 - 4, 4 4 and 6 - 4. cambric ginghams Black and col'd cambrics Velvets and cords, beaver gloves Fancy cravats, twilled and plain Madrass bdkfs, pins Hair cord cambrics, cotton balls White Ic col'd thread Silk, kid, and cotton glove i Bilk host;, silk floren - tines Black bomhaieen Florence silk, ribbons, alloons Florences, plain and figured Virginia satins, plaid lustring FringM black silk hkfs Velvet bindings, tapes, bobbins Furniture calicoes, nod chinties 4 - 4, 0 8, 6 - 4, 7 - 4 and 8 - 4 printed cambric shawls 7 - 4 4 8 - 4 imitation do. 8 4 cassimere do. Bandanno, longee and sistersoy hdkts. Pocket bdkfs. white and printed Hair cord and cambric dimities Jeans, cotton catsimere Striped Florentine Black do Madapollum and steam Marseilles Quilting, royal ribb White and printed sat - eew Cotton browsx holland SwnotdowD, toilaaetla, silk stripes Cotton and wonted ho tiery Irish linens Ic sheeting Buttons, bed ticks Fine and superfine ca - (imeres Yorkshire Cn and superfine cloths London do do Superfine ladies cloths Bombaietts, ratinett Imperial cord, vigo - nia cassiiueres Stock inetts, plain and ribb'd Flannels, baize. Ferretts, worsted bindings Shirt buttons, cotton lace Paris nett( and souffle gauze Black and white thulle lace Leno snawl, Ettopil - las Sewing silk, astorted colors Linen cambric Table clolht, 6 - 4, 7 - 4 & 8 - 4 Diapers Furniture Dimities Fancy Leno, k figured Muslins Canihrir. Trimmings, tt t lounres Setnuvker Gingham R. m;.ll Hdkfs. Silk Check tiinghamt 2 U 3 col'd Cambric garment Oil Cloths Brown Linen Merino Shawls Cotton baudanimes 9 - 8 col'd strip'd jaco - netts India muslins, ic. &c. loom shirtings Received by the late arrivals and for sale by HAGGERTY AUSTEN, mh 24 d4c2m 167 Pearl - street. pEER SKINS, 4c 20 bales sheared Deer U Skin 6 bale Deer skins, in (he hair - 39 Bearskins 17 Otttr ilo 100 Heaver Fur, just received per brigOrlean from New - Orleans, for sale at 87 Coffee House - slip, by LAIDLAW, GIRAULT 4 CO - H 'ho hare in Store, 33 hhds. very prime Kentucky Tobacco 30 lints green St. Domingo coffee 5 bales Bimbaiets I case French cambric 1 hale black cloth 1 case French boot top ap 10 lOt iviui prtiivl' :im A CONSTANT supply of the above article for sale by BARBARIN, STANTON & CO. ap 10 Iw 17 Fulton - slip LAXUSCAPK ti 'J.GirkH PA I.V TiAG - . ir U. WALL, pupil of the celebrated Geo. VV Miller, of Dublin, Teacher nf Ltndscape and Flower Painting, Drawing from Nature, Characteristic, Fliage, tic. Kc. For term, apply at No. 44 Nassau - street where specimens of his work, may be seen. W. G. WALL hopes, from his style of painting, method of teaching, and a strict attention to the duties of hit prou - ssioo, to merit a contin nance of those favours he ha so amply received. ap92w$ ai - JfTtCKL HOAHDIM. FRANKLIN IKrtJE. Thi new, spacioua and splendid Building, situated in Broadway, the great and fashionable street dividing the centre of the city, at the corner of Dev at. will be opened by the kubscriber on the 1st of May next, for the reception ot boarder. It ia tilted, ana will be furnished m a man ner not aurpasted, for convenience and elegance, by any private dwelling in the citv. It occupiei the mo&t eligible situation, being central, in view of the Park and City - Hall ; the upper apartment overlooking the whole town, commanding a view of the adjacent country for a circumference of 50 mile, including the Hook, the Narrow, and the Harbour ; and it is believed that no liouie in the country ex cell it, either tor elegance of structure or situation s and no expense having been (par ed bv the owner to make it compute Tor the purpose, in every respect, it will offer to ladie and gentlemen, and families visiting the city, the most genteel, pleasant and retired a - partments. The choicest of Wine and Liquor will be tarnished, and no trouble or expense will be spared.to make the entertainment pie sant. rare and excellent This establishment is intended exclusively for Genteel Boarding MRS. HENDERSON. febt4 ntctr WH EATON'S ITCH OINTMENT. 1MIE lone and successful use of this ointment J. is a sufficient recommendation, as it ha teen found to be a pleasant, safe and certain remedy .for that disagreeable disease in a'l its stages. It is for sale in the city of New - Vork, by J. A.i W. R. Post, No 41 William - street; I. 6 T. Clark, No. HS Maiden - Lane ; 11. IJ. Schiefft lin &i Co. No, 193 Pearl - street; Lawrence ii Krtse, No. 195 Pearl - street ; Hall It Bowne, 146 Pearl street ; R. U L. Murray, 313 Pearl - strc - et ; J M. Bradhurst, 314 Pearl - street ; John Penfonl, No. 4 Fk - tcher - street ; Duryee 4c Poe, lo Pearl - street; John C. Morrison, M& Greenwich street; John P. Fisher, 106 Broadway ; Walter it Seaman, rornei of Chaiuber - st. and Broadway, and also in Chatham - street ; and in short it may be procured at most of the Drug Stores in this city Also in Philadelphia, of b. Withered 4 Soas ; George Hariell , North k Rogers, and almost a'l the druggist in the principal town in the United States. LIKEWISE. WHEATON'S JAUNDICE BITTERiway be had at the above places. jan 226m BOARD WANTED. Ry a lady in a private fumilv. she will furnish her bed room complete. None need apply, but person of the first respectability. Enquire at 13 iur - rav - atreet, P 10 G ONE ASTRAY, a large PARROT, the plamag a pea rreen. the neck a bright yel low, and under the wing a deep rea ano nurpre. Whoever returns said Parrot to No. & William - street, will be handsomely r warded, with many thanks, by CHARLES REAUE. fn TO LET, iflj From 1st May next, the store No. 5 William - street, with or without apartments, aod the dwelling hosjto thereon, together or scperate. For terms apHy to CHARLES READE, apll Iw On the premise. fT FOR SALE, OR. TO LET, IXiill A large two story, Hoete aid thoet 10 acres of land, between the 6 and 7 mile stone. Bloomingdale Road. For narticelart enquire of MCKS. DePEYSTER, Hp 1 11 ro Near the Premise. TO LET. Th hiMisonM 3 ttnrr brick boas and stable No. 310 BroaHwav. Far term enquire x A. HUTSOV9 Intelligence effict, 59 Chamber - street. QFOR SALE, A farm in the village ol West Bloomfield, in Essex county, state of New - Jersey, within 13 miles oi the city of New - York, containing about thirty acres of land, about six acre of which is woodland, of a young and thrifty growth, and well timbered s the residue consists of eood mea dow, with young orchard, in a profitable bearing coodition, from which cider ot the first quality can oe maae, we iruu oemgoi a cnoice collection. There l on the premises a new frame modern built bouse, of the best materials and well finish ed, two stories high, 46 feet in length and 32 feet in uepiu, coaiaiiiuip nve large rooms wiui ore - places in each, beside a kitchen and apartment in the garret. Also, a garden, an excellent barn, cow house, Sec. The above described property will oe sold below its value, the (utiscnber being desirous of settling with his lamllv in some one of the western states. The situatioo of tt is very healthy and desirable, being on the turnpike road, wbicb will shortly be in continuation of the great Western Turnpike leading from the city oi Jersey to Lake Erie, and is a good stand either for a store or tavern. The surrounding country is delightful, and is exceeded by none in point of prospect, as it commands a full view of the city of New - York, bays, rivers aod the Atlantic Ocean. There is a variety of fruit in the season in great profusion ; and large never failing streams of wattr run contiguous to the village, wheieon are erected large cotton and woolen factories in full operation. The whole or a part of the laod will be sold with the Iiousp, a mav suit the purchaser, and military bounty land will be taken in part payment. For terms, apply to Jonah Hcdden, Ejq. in the city of New - York, or to the subscriber on the premises, who will give an indisputable title. ap 10 2w KrnrlAliVi r. M ILES. LAW liUlLDLSGS. Two offices in Law Buildinss No. 3, to be tented. Apply on the premises, to JAMES A. HAMILTON, Esq. or at No. 9 Broadway. (eb 25ltf SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL. rpHERE are at present five vacancies in the 1 Revd. WILLIAM POWELL'S School, in Philipsburijli, VonUers, West - Chester County. His system of education is such as to enable him to qualify young gentlemen for College or the Counting House within a reasonable time. Hit school itte.lect, the number of Pupils limited, and the treatment of the most liberal kind. ' The following branches of useful and polite li terature are taught, vu : Greek, History, Composition, Writing, Arithmetic, Latin, French, English Grammar, Urography, Mathematics, &C. It is nresumed that few Institutions of the kind can offer greater advantages, whether they regard instruction in general literature, in moral and religious principles, or in correct and gentlemanly deKirtment. The Parsonage in which the Punils are accommodated, is commodious, retired, and pleasantly situated. Its distance from New York is about seventeen miles ; to which there ii always a direct and easy communicu - tio.i. rnrlurihrr particulars application may he made to Bishop Hohsrt Dr. Wilton, Columbia T. S. Clarkton, Esq. C M'Evei, Esq. Wm. Bayard, jun. Esq. A. Scbermerh'orn, Etq. D&C2m4w College C. D. Colden, Esq. T.. A. Emmet, Etq, ap v rROBVKcrcs or THE HEMPSTEAD ACADEMY. The Rev.ViMOTBV cl.owxs, A - M. Principal. ..' 4 - oooOooo - ' r iAVING purchased that laree and commo - II dious building ia the village of Hemrstead, Queen County, lately occupied by Mr George tiowel. the subscriber proposes lo open an Aca demy therein, on Monday, the 27th instant, for Hoarding young rentlemeu aod instructing tnera in any of those branches ol sciem e and litera ture usually comprehended in an academical course. That ever? scholnrmav be under the constant and immediate superintendence of the Principal, none will be admitted iuto this academy as students hut those who are also boarden. A very few students from the village, or its immediate vicinity, w ill he the only exception to this rule. li. however, the number oi students Mould ex ceed the means of accommodation in the acade my, board may be procured in private families in the neighbourhood. Should the public patronage be extended to this institution sufficiently to warrant the measure, additional teachers will be procured. The year will be divided into two terms of tuition. The summer term will commence the last Monday in April, and will continue twenty - three weeks. The winter term will commence the last Monday in October, and will likewise continue twenty three weeks. This arrangement will leave a vacation of about three weeks after each term The price of boarding, tuition, candle and fuel, both in school and rooms, will be 100 dollars each term. Books, washing, mending, and any necessary article of clothiiur,, will be furnished by the subscriber at the most reduced prices. A cot. mattrass or bed, and bedding, to be furnished by each student. The patrons of this institution may be assured that its system of discipline will be mild, yet exact. The rule of the academy must be strictly comnlinl with. h everr tt hnlur. (O - FOREIGNERS, desirous of acquiring a grammatical Knowledge ol the English language, will he admitted as hoarders into the Hempstead ricademv. rrivate oportmeuts and separate tat hies will he lurnithed on the most reasonable terms, and every facility will be afforded to a speedy and thorough acquaintance with the language. rnr ins - ininrtn&iion ol itraorert it may be sta ted, that Hempstead is a pleasant village and post town, remarkable lor its healthiness, only twen ty one miles east of the city of New York ; that it enjoys the advaniaee ol pon'ic worship io the rresoytenan, episcopal, ana .vieuiouist lorms ; and that a stage runs from the city three times a week, on one of the Ixst roads in America. Parents desirous of placing their children at school, or foreigners wishing to be instructed in the English language, are respectfully requested to vitit the tubsx.riher, at Hempstead, where they will reoeive fuller information respecting the proposed usuiuuon. Hempstead, April 3, 1818. ft7 - 1 hesubscriber hereby declare hi un qualified approbation of the eitablishment proposed bv the Revd. Mr. Clowes. Convinced as he is of Mr. Clowes' ample qualifications, both of the head ai d the heart, for erintenqing such an institution, he does not hesitate to recommend him to public confidence, and his academy to public patronage. sr. I tl tlAK.1, Kecturoi&t. tieo. Church, Hempstead Hempstead, 3d April, 1818. fr7 The above prospectus meet with my nearly concurrence. CHARLES WbBSTr.M. P.ittor of the Pretbyterian Church, Hempttead A ba' lettered " Hempstead Academy" will be left at U. C. Langdoa't Long - Island Steam - Boat Hotel, lor commanicauons with any personal' tached to the institution. ap7 P3awC2awtf PHILLIPS' ASTRONOMY. EIGHT familiar Lectures oa Astronomy, intended as an introduction to the Science, for the ate of young persons with plates and diagrams, by William Phillips, author ot'Outlines or .Mineralogy aod Ucolojry. Aic. tor sale at io 3 Wall - it by C. WILEY & CO. aP9 N Elegant Bay HORSE, geatle in barnen, X and superior soder tt Saddle, six year old thi summer, for sale. Arpiv at the Maoie Of tA. p 9 6t ilo. W New - street. Q7 I TW tiJITE 4 CORKS. d I Boxes Un plate. 13 X 1875 groce velvet bottle corks, 1st quality 84 reams sugar - loaf paper. For sal by Rt.GEHS Si POST, ap6 .51 South - st. Q'O LEtA t BLUOJiljUIALE, The bout and r rounds belorurini; to the ettdle of John Sbaw, situated on the eighth avenue. On the premise are an excellent double house, stable, coach and ice house, with every thing else requisite for such an establishment. It is presumed any other description is unnecessa ry, as inos inclined to rent will view the place. Also, the him fir nrnof alnr in thn rear of bouses 1 1 and 13 Pearl - street t where there is for ale some eld Madera Wine, by the Demijohn. r or mruier particular, ajpiy io A:V in. BMAVV, Jan 29 II Pearl - street. at OH HALK OR'JXJLEASt, Lots in the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Wards: manv of which are on regulated and peved streets. No money win tie required under ten years, ir sold, interest excepted. riuuscs. Several two and thrc e story houses, on which a great part of tlie money remain on mortgage. LAPUliMU A 1 HEU tiuua. An excellent Hand for business, with ten acres ol land, pleasantly situated, with wharl, store house and bam. COTTON ud WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, fiear New - Haven, with 40 acres ol land, and a never failing stream, upon which 21) mills may be erecieo, wun a tuuicieiicy oi wiueriorracn. Apply at IV o. z lireenwich street. Jan 13 tf JT - ". VALUABLE PROPERTY. CIn.il Th subscriber offers for sale a valuable farm, 73 miles from New - York, lying 7 miles south of Poughkeeptie, on the post - road, within 1 - 4 of a mile ol the nulls on the falls ol wappin - ger's - Creek, and in the neighborhood of several lauding from which sloops sail weekly, it con' tains 1 10 acres of level, fertile land, with a young orchard of grafted fruit, wood sufficient tor fuel, and all in good fence. The house contains seve ral rooms, has a good barn, and all in excellent repair. Its situatiou being on an elevated plain, render the place not only healthy, but presents from the dwelling a delightful inland prospect Also, another lot ot 40 acres, contiguous to the above, and bounded southerly by the falls of Wappingcr'a - Crerk. 1 he laud it fertile, in ex cellent fence, and of easy cultivation. What renders this property valuable, is, that it may he made a place of celebrity. There is already e - rected on the falls a saw - mill of great capacity, a carding - mill, which enjoys the custom of the neighborhood, besides several other scites for factories, unoccupied. The whole fore of the creek can be diverted with a little expenceso at lo drive a range of mills on a level plot of ground just below the falls, and accessible by an easy navigation; where factoriet of every d'icription, with every facility of power and transportation can be constructed. Also, a Hour - mill, of tho first clas. The mill - house is large, with 4 run of Burr stones, and calculated lor u, with new machinery lor manufacturing wheat, Sic. with an elevator for raising grain from vessels into the upper loft of the mill. Connected with the mill it a large store house for storing wheat and flour. With the mill will be sold 53 acres ol excellent land, on which is situated &va dwollire hoaaet, a large barn, hay house, carriage hotJsa, corn cribs novels, Ac. a cooper's shop calculated lot 20 hands. Two of tbe houses are new and well calculated Tor genteel families : They command a view of the river, with a beautiful intervale landtcapa formed by the meandering of the "creek immediately in Iront. There are few placet which associate to man; 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 oliered at auction. For terms, &c. apply to TETER MESIER, No. 25 Beaver - street. Feb 20 ABRAHAM MESIER. The property at Brooklyn, belonging to Uie estate ol Cary Ludlow, deceased, consist ing of a new three story brick house and lot of around, a store house, formerly occupied a a istillery, a small frame building and lot of ground, and two vacant lots adjoining the above premises. I his property is situated within a few rods of the steam - boat ferry, on the road to fier pool's Distillery, and extends from tbe bill to the river. Also to let, from the first of May next, the house and lands on the bill, in tbe rear of the a - bove descriiied premise. Tbe house it well a - dapted for a private family or for a public house. The situation, from its elevated position, commands a very extensive and beautiful view ol the city, the East River and Hay of New - York. The groundi surrounding the noose (about nve acres of land) are in a high state of cultivation. For terms, apply to tr.u. w. Muivi orv, mhlltf No. 69 William st. vlOUNT VERNON HOTEL. THE subscriber takes this method to in form th public that be has taken for the enru tug seatoo that well known stand formerly occ. pied by Dyde, about five miles from the City u.n ii - . D i a linn, vu uiv uiniiiy uniif niu miciiiw ui ir'cu i b as a public house for the reception of company, on the Brit of May next, when getlemen and la dies will be accommodated witb every comfort and ebgance to be expected at such a house, on the most reasonable terms. The best of liquors of every tort will be al ways kept ready. KHA CALUWELL. N. B. Wanted a good woman cook, ap 2 1m uTH. rUlt SALE OR TO LEASE, tsnill On accommodating terms, a number ef water and building lots, near and adjoining the navy - yard, at Brooklyn, t or particular, en quir of SAMUEL EVANS, jan 22 tf Brooklyn. ftijj The small 3 story brick house No. 87 Pearl - street, suitable for a person carrying on a trade in tbe house, having a light garret and a middling siteo store, rostessioa given imme diately. Enquire of DAVID STILLWAGGON, mh 31 tf Stone - street, near Broad - street. ii LH.T. For one or more year, a two ttory hru k front House, No, 8 Canal street, foer doors from Broadway, to the Treat House it attached one in the rear which serves at a kitchen lo each tlorv. It will be put in tenantable repair on the fint day of May next, rent reasonable. Enquire Of JOll.V K. HEULbl, ap 7 2w 90 Nassau street. JO LKT, The stores and cellar room of those three storv houses No. 10 and 12 Broad - street. Also, a good bouse at Greenwich, and one at Harlrm, with two aod a half acres M ground, near Manhattanville. Apply at 55 Broadway, or to CHAS. OAKLEi, an2tf I4f Froat - ttrest. T"! To Ut Jr am or more ytari, HUi The following booirw - - No - 294 Bidway. two doors above Wamgtoo Hall, with a coach bout io th ,,!U,,tlT.l!!? a three story brick hoe No. 415, in saW street. Alto, a new aod genteel two ttort 'brick tKHjs, comer of Lispenard and Lburcb - slreett, the lerat moderate. For further particular, apply at 4 15 Broad wty. sh 25 U fcTOKE IO LET, Thl fir nwwir fnr m f?MMniiM - lane, between Water and Front - street, from 1st May next. Apply to TUCKER il LAURIE, mh 31 29 South - ttreet. to Let, Th GLOBE TAVERN. Wo. 14.1 Wa ter - street. The situation of this boose, and it accommodations, justly render it an object wf II worth Uip amotion of auy person desirous ol keeping a lucrative public house. It will be let, fur - Dished or unluraithsd, and immediate possession given. Apply at No 137 Water - street. mh 17 tf FOR SALE. weal raorxaTV lit the citt oy kew - tobk OA BRICK HOUSE aud Lot No. II Bowerr fi'l'AHI.K'. In (h. rorinuth er with the LOT, 44 leet front, 42 feet rear, and At r.. ... . i reei tin earn iiae. HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Vese.,M , .i House and Lot No. 39 Vesey - street. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollar, do and do for 750 do do and do for 450 da On valuable property in the city of New - York. i ne interest lias always been punctually paid. For particular inquiie at the office of STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, deelOtf No. 27 Wall.street. TO LE T OR LEA HE. From the 1st May next, on reasonable terms, a large convenient dwelling house. oiio - tite Love Lane, near the two milestone, Bowery, at present occupied by Professor Adrain; will I I ...... I rm . I .1 ; L. : with 8 rooms, pantries and vault, a stable and coach house, a well of good water and two cisterns. It has a very large garden, well stocked with shrubs and (nut trees ; possession of which can be had on the 1st April next. Alto to rent, a genteel 3 story brick home No. 492 Greenwich - street, with or without a ttahle in the rear. Apply at No. 496 Greenwich - st. orto HALSEY Si GOSMAN, mh 21 tf 34 Old - slip. RLSlUtJOJE at UREEAHILH. To he let. the house and ground fronting. on Greenwich Lane, belonging to the estate oi the late samuei mmigan, and at present occo pied by Mr. David Ely. ' j - or pnitit - uinia cuijuiitr ui sa. ... ni - r.. lumber merchant, foot of N. Moore - street, ft of T. I'KI.MJLE, id the Bank of iXew - Iork. febSatf rr. valuable property. XeJUj Fyr sale, the Dover Iron Manufacturing EsiahhshmeDt. in the county ol Morris, and ttate of New - Jersey t consisting of a rolling and slit - ling Mill, in good repair, which works two pair ol rollers and cutter, shears, Sic. all at the tame time ; a valuable forge witb two tires and one hammer in good repair ; a ttoc k of coal aod oie on baud, tumcient lo make fifty tons of iron ; a good saw mill ; a cut nail factory in good epair, sufficient to employ thirty men, and may be extended to em ph y one hundred more ; a brad cut. tmr machine and a steel furnace in good repair; convenient to the works is a store and a number of houses for the accommodation of inunhes, and excellent stabling for trains that may be neces sary to Keen lor the use oi tne esTamitnoieni i also, orchards, pasture and meadow lots, immediately adjoining the work, witb timber land in an Quantity, not exceeninx two inousanu live hundred acres, wiunn tnree mnes oi saio worst. The treat vein of iron ore. commencing at the noted buckasunny mine, runt more than t mile through Uii tract, and three mine are now open, from which the forge are supplied with ore, am 'more may be opened and ore raised to supply works to any extent ; the mines are within two miles ot said works, and good roads, so that the ore can be raised and delivered at the forge at two and a nan dollars per ton. ' 1 he above described works are situated on Rockaway Rirer, about eight miles from Mor - nslown, twenty nve miles irom iJuabelh Town, and abour tne same distance irom newer. Willi good turnpike roads leading from laid works to each place, in a pleasant healthy situation, and in a rood neiehborhood. there beine two Presby terian Churches within four miles, and a friends' meeting house within two miles of said place. This stand for collecting bar iron for the slitting mill is very commanding, there being nearly ore hundred forge tires io the county ; most ol them are on the streams above Dover, aud the iron, in going to New - York market, can conveniently pass those works. At this mill. Ireoueutly four tons ot bar iron have ben slit and bundled into nail and spike rod in a day. and upward of one hundred ton ol nail have been made in a year. A large amount of good may be told at tins place in exchange lor oar iron,procuring sup nlies. Sic. Sic. There are valuable scitc both a bove k below on thi tract,oo which more works may he erected. ALSU, That valuable well known farm. Ivinz in the township of Randolph, about two mile Irom Do vcr, and six mile Irom Morristown, and within one quarter of a mileol the Union turnpike road, near Pleasant valley, called the Distillery Farm, containing about three hundred acres, about one fourth part ol which is excellent meaaow, one lourth part plough and pasture land, and the remainder timber. A considerable part of the timber is of (he original growth, and is suitable lor sawintr, tbe other part i thrifty young timber, from filleen lo twenty years growth. There are on taid farm upward of tlx hundred apple trees. In tine order, eight to sixteen years Md, the most oi tlie in ol grafted fruit, and more than half at tliem Hanson apple, so famous for cider. The meadows are flat and free from stone, through which runt two lively streams ol water, and nearly the whole mar be watered. One of these ttrcamt it sufficient lor a grist - mill or other works : there are saw mills, a crisi - miii, a iui line mill and oil mill, on the same stream. On aid farm are two variable scites for water works, a convenient cheap place to erect a short dam, and raiso a considerable pond, with twelve. or nlteen feet bead. Below this tbe water can be taken into a race, and in lest than twenty chains, on good firm ground, is more than twenty feet fall. In this way the water can bo worked twice over with the exp ose of only one dam. There it on (aid farm an extends cider mill with four presses aod cisterns, housed and well hooned with iron, sufficient to hold twelve hun dred barrels of rider. Connected to the cidtr works is tbe still - house, so conveniently situated that the whole operation is completed without pumping. The water for condensing tlie spirits is supplied from a never failing spring, wunin sis rods of the still bouse, and has sufficient bead to rnn into the cisterns. The buildings consist of two small frame dwellings, one good frame barn. 54 feet long by 26 feet wide, under a jmn o. which is a good cellar J there are alto hay boasc, cow sucds, &c. Valuable pro - er!y ai lxogwood. in the township of Jeflerson. six milet irom Dover, oo. tr maia branch of Rockaway River, consi - ling ol a ry valuable forge, will, two fires and one ham - mer abundance of water the whole y eor, a large nond. and a eery warm situation, and for fifteen years past bas msde as much iron as any t wo ares fa tlie county. The ore is within four miles, and . .i ii,. rand lurnoiked. 1 he several tracts A LSI, , J. with this establishment amount alto - - ih.r m Mhout fourteen bundred'acres. the great er part timber, to make a durable tupply of coal fv. th force. Immediately adioiniric tl force is very valuable plow aad meadow land tufikieut (or tiiree farm ol one hundred acre each, with house, orchard and barns, beside several good dwellings for the families Hut may be employed io working the forge. Tbe whole or any part of thi very valuable property will ho sold at such price and credit as will make it worthv Uses attest ion ot any person wishing to parch ate. For further inlormalioa eaquireof JACOB IASEY, at Dover. - ISRAEL CANFIELD, at Morristowa. BLACKWELL U M'lARLAJ, at il. York, febttVU Gi TO ILL - . .' . The new brick Store no. 63 Stone - tL Apply to T. k J. SW0RD8. Feb 14 OH HALE, i'ht Iwo - story brick frout Home and Lot No. 33 Cherrr - ttreet ) or terms. Li. annl at 1C I carl - street. mar 3. fitX 7XJ LET, Il Sill A Tavern nl fltnr in Hn ml n. sent occupies ny Mr. wm. rnaw. Apply to mhOtf i . uiDDiine. e 'J'O LEI, From the first of May next, a three story brick house in Greenwich - street, between, liberty and Courtlandt - streets. Inquir.e at 137 Greenwich - treet. ma g tf QIO LEI, From the fir! or May next, tbe Host No 152 Green street, near Broadway. Enquire, at the printers. ap 8 3w JO LET, From the fint of May next, a front count ing room oa fie second floor, together with the upper lolls. Enquire IMo. 167 rea. I slrett. Jtxn K4 II To LET, At a low rent, a three story brick dwelling in Norfolk - t. Enquire of Ell i N. COX, , mh 26 96 Wall - street Q EIRE PHi OF 6lRt.. To let and potsessinu Ant of Ma next. the lour story file prool (tore, No. 34 touth - sL between Coenties and Old (lips. Enquire of the subscriber, No. 1 Murray,or 45 Chsmtier - strcet. Ieb9tf S. DCKAIG. FOR SALE, A two story bouse situated in Pearl - street, Brooklyn. Possession may be had on the first of May next. For particulars, apply to the subscriber, on the premises. . mh 25 tf JAMES GILL. JO LET, A counties - bouse on the lower floor. Ro. 29 south street. A larte new (ire proof store in Governeurs - lant, next door to Water - street. Apply to ' TUCKER 4 LAI KIE8, ink It 29 feoulh - streeL 'lit l.i t ri - ..t . - - Those two fire proof da ellins Houses. N. 74 and 76 Molt street, about Ito minutes) walk fmm the Coffee Houte. They will be put in complete repair, and wellrah nloied for gen teel families. Apply at No. 137 Water - street mh II tf I O LET, A very convenient house, with about haa an acre of ground, about a mil from tho city, suljoiiiiijg the houte occupied by Mr. ore - wood, botwixt uretowich ana in Broadway road. Apply to JOHN R. MURRAY, , mb 25 tf Hudson - squar. Home, Sluott, G'uroVn, 4t. (ircmu tcH,' fT TO LET IkniV Tlie tubscriber will Ut or lease, for a lerui of years, hit house at Giteowith. Il is lea sanuy suuaien on uw uanas oi inr. iismiko, aim calculated to accommodate a large lamity. - for ernis, apply to D1V1E BETHUNE, t JanSO 92 Wa I street. Q atBlor for Aim sr to Im, The house and ground ol the tabtxriber m OJUifUllligumr, n nr me v wiiiv ,iuiK - ,iiiivi on I lie bunk of the JSorth River. The House i . : i i t : I - - . - : .... modern built, 50 feet Iront with terrac ed pitisa . and convenient out bouses, all recently puinled, and in complete order. 1 he ground are highly cultivated, the garden extensive and good ami tlie re are on the place a gieal van ty oi shrubs, fruit and forest trees, and a pump of tarelltnt water. For terms, which will be reasonable, - apply lo 8. A. LA WREACE, ap I Im 67 Pine - street. 7 LET Tbe House No. 78 Broad - street, withth ice. tiore - nouse, anu siaoies cooueuous, aaa appertaining thereto. i j L.t.noi Tot a term of vears. ia lots or Parcel, that part of Rose Hilf situate on th 2d, 3d, and 4th avenues, on thel'Jd, 24th, 25lh,26lh.27th, 28tb, and 29th streets, which belongs to Mrs. Ann ft - rr. For particular, apply to ' ........ .. ra' r , jAinu a. nAnnci vrs, mh 13 tf No. 3 Law Builc log1. IXt LET, The following Houtei, vis: ' Thehnuse No. 95 Joho - slreet The bonse No. 97 do The house and (tore No. 395 Pearl - street The house and (tore No. 131 Cherry - street JAMES W. SHAW, fb2! No. SHowery. Q'lO LET, The store No. 20 Wall - street. Posset non way be bad immediately Apply at No. 10, ap 1 tf OTO LEASE, form tirm of ytari, Tbe houte aud lot No. 20 Cedar Street. containing six rooms witb fir place, betide tho kitchen, pantrie, vaunt, ac aaa a wn or goon water. For tale, the unexpired term, eleven years, of the lot No. 69 Murray - street in the occupalioa of William Patterto. on teat from the Episco pal Church du St. Esprit. Inquire or J. W. 4 W. C. MULLIGAN, feb25dtr No. 44 Pine - street. otore and CtUar to Let. Ti e Store and Cellar No. 67 Pine - street to Let low, apply oa the premise. ap u ' e l O LET. very low, A poteel 2 - ttry brick house, with a snug garden, having a stabl in th rear, situated ia ths snort pleasant part of Broadway, about 20 minut wlk from the City - Hall rent f 450 per annum. I or panic u tan, bFFi . j - street. Q TV LET, From th lit of M.y aext, the lower couotinf room The upper counting room, No. 71 8otjfhfc a JAMti D'WOLF, Jr lib 13 ' Front - treet .. .r i ., - 1 1 1 ' 1 fRiS The house in Hudson - square, lately occupied by John B Murray, Etq. It ' tpa - cions and elegant, and possessed of every re quisite convenience. Fossestion may be m immediately ror lerms, appivto MAJOR tl GILLESPIE, 79 (up stain) PiAcatreet N. B. Tbe abov property will be aold to any on desirous to purchue, and tl psy - ment made convergent. ap 9 Valuable vriwtrty for tale Tlie building and lot corner of Front andDover - atreets, (ate the property of Thomas Brown, ileceated, containing in bredtb on Front - street, 2 feet, aad on Dpver - aireet, 85 feet. Prom the improvement of propeny m the neighborhood it may be ootwklt - rerl a most advantageous situation. The terms will ba made eaty, for which, apply to ntt,v , CfcO rV. BROWK, 9 lw - So. 10 Boovcvejt - st. TO LET, L J The vc'x 4tiorr 6re pnr ttore, ,u!fe foot of Libcrty - strettly occupi4 by Messrs. J. Murray 4 Sows. !oeKa t be riven on the first May KorteraH, apply la M.UOR 4; GIIXEsriE. f,up Uir) p - treet.