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ME K'E W - OEJ EVE! GENT! F.MAN'S SHAVING CASES. fit (y" A superior assortment of gentlemen's Sha ving cases, dressing boxes. iortable desks, tra velling pouches Kith Ink stands ; ladies worn noses, morocco, mahogany. satin wood and malina leather, work boxes, ja - paned dressing cases,&c. tor sale wholesale and retail, by N. SVHTII DAVIES, No. 151 Broadwey. Also, a general assortment of Perfumery and fancy articles ; shaving soap and liquid ; tooth powder, paste and lotion t milk of roses; lipsalve : cold cream : antique oil ; violet shaving powder ; pomatum ; plain and scented hair powder ; almond yaste aud powder J pearl rowder and rouge; razors, razor straps and paste ; tortoise shell, horn and ivory combs ; needles durable ink t salts of lemon ; tooth, cloth, shaving, nail and Imir brushes ; almond. vinUt, olive, i's amine, palm, vernacular and ntlier siaps ; fruit knives ; pen and pocket knives : scissois; snuffboxes ; hair pins ; and many oilier articles, too eumercuf to mention. P S. Great allowance to wholesale ctaicrs. ap 16 '111 I L T The small 3 story brick house No. 8" rean - sireet, suitnDie tor a person carrying on a i j i.. .i i .. ,. . . . . imue vi oe wiuK, uaving a iiK'u tHrrei ana a middling sized store Possession given immediately. Enquire of DAVID STILL WAGGON, mh 31 tf Stone - street, near Broad - street. IV Le.'T. For one or more years, a two story hru k front House, No, 8Caual street, four doors horn Broadway, to the front House is attached one in the rear widen serves as a kitchen to each story. . It will he put in lenantahle repair on ti first day of May next, rent reasonable. Enquire of JOHN R. HEDLEY, ap 7 2w 90 Nassau street. To Let fir one or more .years, W'lsl The following housesbouse No. 294 Broadway, two doors above Washington Hall, with a coach house in the rear if required Also, a three story brick house No - 415, in said street. Alio, a new and genteel two story brick house, corner of Lispeaard and Church - streets, the terms moderate. For further particulars, ajipfy at 415 Broadway. ' mh25 t' EUR SALE. Fieht lots of rround pleasantly situated on the norm side oi stanton - itreet, and extending from Essex to Norfolk - streets Also, four lots adjoining thereto, and fronting on Essex - street, each lot being 25 feet front and rear, by lOOIeet in depth. These twelve lots may be purchased ata very moderate price, for cash, and il not disposed of at private sale before the 7th day of May, they will on that day be sold at public Auction, at the Tontine Coffee House, at 1 2 o'clock, by BLEECKERft BIBBY, with whom a map or the e round is lelt, for the inspection of those who may be disposed to purchase, ap 15 tmay7 FOR SALE OR TO LET, At a low rent, and posiession given iiome - diatcly, the large and elegant 3 story brick house No. 104 Greenwich - street, replete with every convenience for a large family, situate in one ol the most healthy and pleasant parts of the city ; and being open to Washington - street, commands a fine view of the Hudson River and Jersey horc. If sold, the terms will be very easy, as most of the money may remain on mortgage for 10 or 12 years Apply at No. 133 or 142 Pearl - street, ap 10 VALUABLE BOOKS. t JUST received and for rale by E. VALF.N TINE, 104 Broadway, 3d door below Pine - street : Cuvier's theory of the earth ; Wilkin son's Memoirs ; Doddridge's works, 5 vols 8vo ; Hunters Sacred Biography, 5 vols 8vo ; Dele tanville's French and Knglirh Dictionary, to which is prenzeu a I renrh Grammar, TO LET, the lower part of a genteel house in bpruce - sL Enquire as above. ap 16 pvR DE ANGKL1S, formerly practitioner of U Medicine in tlie military Hospitals or ,Map. let, and admitted a member of the .Medical Society of New - York, where be has resided since the year 1798. and his reputation and success in practice, is aow established in the knowledge of the public by near vi years experience, contin ues to be consulted at bis office, No. 22 Water - street, opposite Crane wharf. In Rheumatic and Venereal cases. Dr. De An gelis has been wonderfully successful ; and (lie niml torrihle eflV - t. nf (Ikvso disorders have Ire - ourntlv been rured hv hioa in a short space of time without inconvenience to the patient. Obstructions, oleers in the (hroat and palate, tiffr. nf tka Ininla nailli is f he limhS. erePtlOOS of the skin, togeoier with a numeroas train of evils, arising rrosa neglect or iiupropenj rc.,..s of (lie most insidious of maladies, liave given way to his mode of treatment in an almost incredible manner. His extraordinary success is, in a great measure attributable to hi well knowa Anti rheumatic and Anti - j phiiic t?yrai, wmcn, whilst they eradicate every form of disease, res - lore the emaciated patient (0 vigor, and bcahh.. apl I" POST. NUMBER 4945 ununiv tDjrr o NO. 12 NINE - STREET. FIX)UR, COFFEE, fcc. - 400bbls. Virginia Flour ' 45 hhds. prime old and new Richmond Tobacco, 18 do Petersburg do f 1 bales Upland Cotton 35 U. mJ SiO hf. ts. Rice 150 bags 6t Domingo and 04 do green Havana Collee 5 tout Lignuaivirx fart Claret and Madeira Wine, i l' - a. - airl a,a,a,rfr .!, Rorii red Fort Wine, in case ef 3 dozen eacn rnvir.uT rnn OPORTO. A rood vessel bound to Oporto mny HciaLbave about 1000 bushels corn oo freUht. i0Jw to n. liiLUtsruw S..1.28 lUFmut - street. . - - i - njiv HARbWA RE. Cf f Tone Eorlish iron., assorted, in Bat dJJ aud square bars, a part of which U entitled to debenture. ; 100 toot round iron, assorted, frem 1 - 2 to 11 - fioch ' inn ,L fiwades' fla.t iron, from 1 to 5 inches ,."' 60 do do (quart, assorted, from 1 - 2 to 3 . iochci 50 do each flat and square Russia iron - 50 do country iron assorted ' SO do plough iharc moulds 10 do axletree and crowbar uiouUs id da hone - shoe moulds ' SO do brazier's rods, assorted, from 3 - 10 to 3 - 8 inch 3) do spike and nail rods, assorted 10 do iboet and boiler plate iron 60 do English ami American lloepa 10 do Eujli - h (L) blistered steel 10 do Swedes steel ' 10 do Crawley do 5 do German do . 5 do shear and cast steel 0 do Bristol an .1 Nova Scotia grind stones assorted .: 500 anchors, a - sorted, from 50 to 20001b. 1 do about 80001b. 60 rolls sheet lead, ass'd 3 to 6 lbs per foot 100 casks spikes, ass'd. from 4 to 9 inches ' 500 do rut nails, from 3d to 20d , 50 do wrought nails, assorted '. SO do slate and horse nail 10 tons iron pots and bake pans, ass'd from 1 to 10 gallons, entitled to debenture. ," "5 tons English spelter . a. 20 do American hollow were, consisting of , Pots, keliles, bake pans, t Skillets, spiders, tea kettles, .' Andirons, tic. 10 casks trace, oi and boat chains . - Anvil, vices, and beak irons Forge, sledge and hand hammers Mill, cross - , ut and pit saws Cart. Waggou and t'hair Boxes Window Glass ol different sizes , Shovels, Spades, Hoes, .Vc. " Together with ft gt nt ml assoitmetrt of Hard - wve and Cutlery, lor sale on reasonable term, Jjr ABEEL tl UU.NSCOVIB. ' No. 3C3 Water st. corner of James - slip mh 53 Im 1RI - ll LiNENS, 5 - 4 SUEETINGs, LONG LAWNS, fco. 4 - 4 And 7 - U Linens 4 ' 7.8 ball bleached ditto . s 7 - 8 Lawns, 7 - 8 Dowlas 7 - 8 Linen, in half pieces ' S - Shirtings j 3 - 4 Diaper ; 7 - 8 Grey i.iwus; 3 - 4 Brown Linen, Received per latest arrivals, and are offered to taw oa laaaonaDM terms, nv : " . THOMAS fyn tv rr - r ;r 150 BUFFEKN. No. 6 Depeyster - sl reet. ' ' ; t ; , r - 1 A1 A If. A KUM. - puncheons high proof . . eJ jmica Rum, landing from brig V oodm.t:i, , at pier .No. iO, tor sale by V - TUCKER DAIRIES, , sro 15 - 29 South - street. rfl.ft., OIL, tJPhn,ic. Or. vasMS 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 e tch 40 bales Italian writing paper, Foolscap and 50 do printing do le'ter 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 rases felt hats, 1 do chip do 40 bales Italian rag?, 500 marble mortars S3 cases marble slabs, veined and statuary, assorted sizes 5 boxes Naples shaving soap 1 do watch glasses 3 cases manna in flakes 100 bales Calcutta goods, consisting of Baftas, putkah and callipatty cotsabs Cbadpore, choniocolly Johanna, luckipor and soogapnra Sannahs, jullapore and mow Checks, white, red and blue gillahl Madras pattern do Sootes and froctiejy romalr, lor sale by CHAS. L. OGDEN, and ABRM. OGDEN, mch 6 Wahingtnn - st. HOLLAND DUCK, f.rsnleby CH AS. L. OGDEN, and ABR. OGDEN, ap I Washington - street. BOLTING CLOTHS. .1 Ireth supply is Inst received, of the most annmvtd nualitr and all the different numbers of 5 - 4 and 6 - 4 cloths, which will ba disposed of as low as any of equal quality are sold in this city. The subscriber will warrant their answering uie purpose lor which h rceommenqstbem, be ing determined to sell none but the best kind. ROBERT BOYVNE, ap15 D6ttC2m 256 Peari tt. PHILBROOK & PETERS, 150 Broadway, have fr sale, 3 cases 5 - 4. 8 4 and 9 - 4 Nankin crnpe shawls uu nanaio craprs, niacK ana ass'a colon 1 do fignred do I do Cone an do 2 do chow cbowt 1 do 7 - 4 black silk shawls 1 do stout pongees, suitable for tailors 2 do col'd silk shawls, 1 do blkcambleti 1 do 4 - 4 hdkfs. with borders 2 do rich fig'd lustrings and satins I do fijm'd levantines, I do green do 1 do colored and black do 1 do double Florence, 1 do chenille cord S do fringed satin ribbon 1 do taffefy do : I do. plain black do 2 do eU - g't garniture do 5 - 12 J do limnrambric and cambric hdkfs do kidloves, 1 do beaver do 1 do levantine and damask shawls z do bit Mark Itstian crape f.htv.tlace and edcinirs. , with a general assort mont of French and India crts. apl3 Iw 3n BEAVER HATS. FORD has just received and It now APueg a large assortment of London and HSM Beavers, Castor. Rorams, and Chil - 17 .?'wnolJd reUUHat Btorc, no. JJiAnt. ao 14 Im 8 lDW tOi t UiS. rice, .M.. :, ,: , .,t . uivj oi excellent quatiiT, ianuuic ' SUrens' wharf, from oa board sloop n7,ldfor$aJ,by am. SBARl.V.STA.NTOXtCO. JPJjM 17 Ful:on slir. SCn,i - stoi.0rMb!bf SB 7 JAMES DUVOLP, Jaar, f ' 57 Front street. MUSKETS, FOWLING PIECES, tic. FOUR - TllOUdAND MUSKETS, and two boxes fowling pieces, entitled to debenture. 4 boxes well assorted glassware 3 reroous flotatit Indigo, and A few pieceasupertint Cloth, for sase br J.C. Z1V1MERMAN, ap71aa 72 Wasnington - street. 60 sale by ap 10 CUTTUJ. Bales prima upland cotton, in store, for R. ft C. W. DAVENPORT k CO. ITIOlili Hundred tons first quality Nova .Scotia Plaster for sale m lots to suit purchaser Apply to WALTER NEXSOX, l74Front - st. corner of Burling - slip, or to JOHN BVERS, foot of Harrison - st. mch IT North River. DEER eKhs, Ate 20 bales sheared Deer Skins 6 bales Deer skins, in the hair 39 Bear skins 17 Otter do 100 Beaver Fur, just received per brig Orleans, from New - Orleans, for sale at 87 Coffee House - slip, by L4IULAW, GIKAl'LT k CO' It ho hare in Store, 33 hhds. very iirime Kentucky Tobacco 30 bags green St. Domingo coffee 5 bales Homhazets I case French cambrics 1 bale black cloth 1 case French boot (ops ap 10 lOt DRY GOODS. I7ANCY plate Cali - r coes Superfine calicoes aud chintzes 4 4, 9 - 8, C 4 cambric mutlins Cambric jaconets Plain tamhor'd & sewed mulls Plain and tambor'd hook muslins 3 - 4, 4 4 and 6 - 4 cambric sinehams Black and col'd Caro lines Velvets and cords, beaver gloves Fancy cravats, twilled and plain Madr - ju hdkfs, pins Hair cord cambrics, cotton balls White It col'd threads Silk, kid, and cotton gioves Silk hose, silk floren - tines Black bombiixcens Florence silk, ribbons, - allnont r'loit nces, plain and figured Virginia satins, plaid luMrings l - 'ru ii'd lilnck'ilk hkf Velvet binding, tapes, bobbins Furniime calicoes, and cnimzcs 4 - 4, 9 It. 6 - 4, 7 - 4 und 8 4 printed can. line shawls 7 4 A 8 - 4 imitation do. 8 4 cassiiaere do. Bandanno, and tistrrsov hdkfs. Pocket hdkfs. white asd pnnted . Ilnir cord and cambric dimities Jeans, cotton cawimere triitrd Moreutinet Black do MaJ.ipollum and steam loom shirtings Marseilles Quiltings royal rihbs White and printed sat eens Cotton brown hollands Swansdown, toilauetts, silk stripes Cotton and woisted ho sierv Irish linens 4 sheetings tluttoDs, bed ticks Fine and superfine cas simeres Yorkshire fine and su perflne cloths London do do Superfine ladies cloths Boninazelts, ralmeus Imperial cords, vigo - nin castimeres Stockinet!!, plain and Flannels, baizes Ferretts, worsted bindings Shirt buttons, cotton lace Paris netts and souffle gauze Black and white thulle lace Lena snawls, Estopil - Ins Sewing silk, assorted odors Linen cambrics Table cloths, C - 4, 7 - 4 & 8 - 4 Diapers Furniture Dimities Fancy Leno, It figured Muslins Cambric. Trimmings, & Flounces Seersucker Ginghams Romall Hdkfs. Silk Check Ginghams 2 lc '3 col'd Cambric gnrments Oil Cloths Bmwn Linens Merino Shawls Cotton baiidannoes 9 - 8 col'd strip'd jaco - netts India muslins, ic &c. Iteceived by the late arrivals and for sale by tl t I a - aumlx, mli24dirtm 167 Penrl - Mnet. SOCTHKRR .DISTRICT Ot NEW - IORK, IS BE it reuieuilirred, That on the second uuy of April, in the fortv second veirnf the Inde - tendenre of the United States oi America, Wil (iam Jtil.nsnn, of the taid district, hath deposited in this office the title of a book, the ri"ht whereoi he chims at ouT'.or, in the words and figures fol - lowihe. to wit : " Keports of easel adiudeed in the court ol Chancery of New Y tk; by William J"linon, Counsellor at Law. ml. II ; cnntaiuing the cases from January, 1816, )o Tt - p'ember, IU17, inclu - tt." In conformitv to the act ot the congress of the United Stalesentitled " Anect for the encouragement of learning, by securing the copies ol tnapi, charts and books, to the authors and proprietors of sucb copies during the times therein meotioued and also to an ait. entitled, "An act, supplementary to an act, entitled, an act for the encouia'ement of learning, by securing the copies ol anp, charts and books, to the authors and proprietors or sut.h copies, during ins limes therein men:ioned, und extending the benefits thereof to the arts of di - signin, engraving, and etching historical and other prints." jA;ir.o uiui. Clerk of (he southern district of New - York ap 13 4w. f AFIR.VT rat e fast trotting Horse, and a fashionable Wis;, but little used. Also, a liirlit neat one horse watriron. Ap ply to THO lAS H. THOM AS, ap 13 10 William - street. GENTEEL BOAHDlXi. fpWO gentlemen may be accommodated with X board immediately, oh reasonable terms, and a geuilciuan and bis wife, fiom the first of .nay, ran be accommodated witn a iarg . pleasant room aud board, by applying at No. 49 Dey street. ap 15 Iwf THK W?' Of AffLW.W.V'.. T3 W. GALLAUDET, 49 Fulton - street, has M. . in press. THE ART OF SWIWMl.M A series of practical instructions, on an original am progresHvt plan, by wmcn tne anoi swimming may be readily attained, with every advantage of power in the water. Accompanied with twelve copper - plate engravings, comprising twenty - six appropriate figures, correctly exhibiting' and elucidating the action and attitude, in every branch of that invaluable art The exercise of swimming is one of the mott healthy and agreesble in the world." Franklin. By J. Frost, many years teacher of the art at Nltinham, England. To which is added, Dr. Franklin's treatise, also, some anecdotes respecting swimming. Copy - right steered, ap 15 Iw T1 HE vacation in .Mrs. MIEDDEN'a bo:.ri in - Srliool. at Newark. N.J. will termi - nMe oa the last of April, and the exercises of the school will be resumed on the 6rstof Mat next. There are now a lew vncanr ii s and those parents or guardians who may have it in contemplation i to place their daughters or wards unner ncr charge are requested to make early application. In this school are taught the English and French languages, (and In tin, tf required) vriting and arithmetic, geography and astr - nomy, plain and fancy needle - work, muic. dancing, ftc. The system by which Mrs Sbedden teaches the French language is quite new in this country, and merits notice, as it facilitates in a surprising de gree the acquirement of (be accent. Terms may oe ascertained by application to Mrs. SIIED - DF.N. Newark. (N. J.) Her references are. James Stooehton, Esq. New - York: Krvd. L.P. BaytH tnd Col Jimes Hedden, Newark. ap7fwt ASS A FOETID A. 3 cases very superior As - lCEUd i, 1 - iiding and fo - sale by ap 1 JOSEPH OSBORN, 23SovU - st. LARD, WHEAT,c. - 17firkiasand2bbls. Southern Lard 1 hbd. and 1 barrel Tallow 9 casks Wheat, 175 bbls. Turpentine. For sale by aplO R. Ii C. W. DAVENPORT k CO. PHILLIPS' ASTRONOMY. EIGHT familiar Lectures oa Astronomy, intended as an introduction (o the fecit oce. for the use of young personswith plates ei diagrams, by William Phillips, asthor of Outlines of Mineralogy and Geology, tic. for sale at No. 3 Wall - st. by " C. WILEY ft CO. up 9 BOARDING. A FEW gentlemen can be accommodated with Board, in a private family, in a pleasant part of the city of Jersey. Euqoire at this office aplllra WANTED, in a wholesale dry good store, as dark, a person who writes a good band, ami is Perfectly aualiflil In aka rharv of a set of books kept by double entry. Letters addressed to D. It B. at this office, with referen ces of character and capability, will meet with immeuiaie attention. ap 15 tsr 'IMIE owner of the French Boarding House, No, 66 Courtland - street, having concluded to decline on accommodating terms, the household furniture of his establishment, whirh Im u - ill rlinnnie ol, either in whole or in part. For further infor mation, inquire as ahove. np 8 zw TO LET, I inc new uric store no. o aume - sv Apply to T. 8c J. SWORDS. Feb 14 t OH HALE. The two - story brick front House and Lot No. 33 Cherry - street For terms, ftc. apply at 7f. t earl - street. mar 3 Tit I.Et. From the first of May next, a three story brick house in (reeiwicli - streetbetween Liberty and C'ourllandt streets. Inquire al 137 Greenwich - street. riih 3 tf 7tJ l.h. l. From the first nf Mflvnpirl. Iht Hniiu No 152 Green street. near Broadway. Enquire at the printers. ap 8 3w Et tO LET, - 'it, From (he first of May oeat, a front count in room on the second floor, together with the upper loits. tuuuire no. 107 rea.i street. iun24 tf itjjft At a low rent, a three story brick iiw cuiii iii iunuiA - gi. ciiijiurc or KD : N. COX, mh 26 96 Wsll - street. FOR SALE, A two story house 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 GILI - V LET, A counting house on the lower floor. No. 2'J outh street. A larv'e new fire prool store in Governeurs - lane, next door to Water - street. Apply to TUCKER LAUMES, mh 1 1 29 South - street. 70 Lf T, 4ufJ Those two fire proof dwelling Houses, No. 74 and 76 Mott street, about ten minutes walk irora the Coffee House. Tbay will be put in complete repair, and well calculated for genteel families Apply at No. 137 Water - street, mh 11 tt House, Stable, Garden, tic. at Ortenunf A, eTO LET The subscriber will let or lease, for a lenn ol years, hs house at Greenwich. It is plea - santly situated on the banks of the Hudson, and calculated to accommouaie a iare IHitiiiv ror eruis,pplyto D1VIE BETHUNE, Jan 30 92 Wall street. EUH SALE, A small farm, situated in one of theccn - tic i ountiesol tins state. This larm lies on the banks oi a Uke, and within a mile of a fl urish - inn and beautilul villaice On it are aeood farrt l.ouse, I)hiii, ftc aloa large and well built dwel ling house, entire')' ui w. The situation of the d vel'ing house for beauty of prospect, 4c. is surpassed by lew if any other srites for building in the interior ol the state. The owner intending removing to New - York, will sell this property for iess than rust, upou a long credit oo good security, or will exchange it for lunds, goods, Sic. For lurtlier particulars, enquire - nf H. I). Ai R. SEDGWICK, Esqrs. Law Buildin;. - , Nassau - street, New - York, ap 5 Plm C li LM.OUR. - 200 bbls. of Howard street Balti - 1? more superfine Flour, and a few bbls. ol Rye Floar, for sale by GEO. rt. WILSON, ap IP 130 Water - street. aEt.ECT BOARDING SCHOOL. 'INHERE are at present five vacancies in the 1 Revd. WILLIAM PO ELL'S School, in Pbilipsbureh, Yonkers, West - Chester County. His system of education issued as to enable him to qualify young gentlemen for College or the Counting House within a reasonable time. His scjiool is select, the number of Pupils limited, and the treatment of the most liberal kind. The following branches of useful aud polite li terature are taught, vu : Greek, Latin, French, English Grammar, Ueography, History, Composition, Writing, Arithmetic, Mathematics, &c. It is presumed that few Institutions of the kind cao offer greater advantages, whether they regard instruction in general literature, in moral and religious principles, or in correct and gentlemanly deportment. The Parsonage in which the Pupils 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 communication. For further particulars application may be made tn Bishop ilubart Dr. Wilmn, Columbia College C. D ('olden, Esq. T. A. F.mruet, Esq, ap 16 T. S. Clarkson, Esq. C I'Ever, Esq. Wm. bayard, jun. F.sq. A. bchermerhoro, Esq. DiC2m5w 271 tux plate ft corks. Boxes tia elate. 13 X 1875 groce velvet bottle corks, 1st quality 84 reams sugar - loaf paper. For sals br Rt.GERS ft POST, P6 51 Bouth - st. QiO LET AT BLVOMISG UA LE, The house and grounds belonging to the state of John Shaw, situated on the eitlitb avc - aee. On the premises are an excellent double house, stable, contOi and ice house, with every thing else requisite for such an establishment, ft is presumed any other description is unnecessary, as those inclined to rent will view the nlare. Also, the large - fire proof store in the rear of nouses 1 1 and 14 rearl - slreet ; where there is. for sale some old Madera Wine, by the Demijoha. i ur luriner parucuiars, appiy io ANN M. EHAW, Jan 29 II Pearl - street, tT tOH MLE OH TO LEASE. Lotsiis the 5. 6. 8. and 10 Wards: manv oi which are oo regulated and peved streets. No money win oe required under ten years, u sold, interest excepted. HOUSES. Several two and three story houses, en which a great pari oi tne money remain on mortgage. An excellent stand for business, with ten acres oi land, pleasantly situated, with a wharf, store house and burn. COTTON aud WOOLEN MANUFACTORY, Near New - Haven, with 40 acres of land, and a never tailing stream, upon which SO mils may bi erected, witn a sumcicncy oi water lor each. Apply at No. 2 Greenwich street jan 13 tf t on a. I.E. The property at Brooklyn, belonging (o uie estate oi wary iuuiow, aeceaseti, consist ing ol a new three story brick house and lot of ground, a store house, formerly occupi d as a distillery, a small frame building and lot of ground, aud two vacant lots adjoining the above premises. 1 his property is situated within few rods of the steam - bout lerry, on the road to I'ierpoiit's Distillery, and extends from the hill to me river. Also to let, from the first of May next, the House anu lanus on me lull, in the rear oi the a - bove descrilied premises. The house is well a - dapted for a private lamily or for a public house. The situation, irora its eltvated positioo, "commands a very extensive and beautiful view ol the city, the East River and Bay of New - York. The grounds surrounding the house (about five acres oi lann; are in a high slate ol cultivation. For terms, apply to GEO. W. MORTON. mh2l tr No. 59Willi,im - st. MOUNT VERNON HO ILL. TH E subscriber takes this method to in form the public that he has Is ken for the ensuing season that well known i - tand formerly occupied by Dyde, about live miles Iroui the City Hall, on the Boston road, acd inteuils to open it as a public house for the reception of company, on the first of May next, when ettlemen and la dies will be accommodated with every comfort and elegance to be expected at such a house, on the most reasonable terms. The best of liquors of every sort will be al ways kept ready. F.ZKA CALDWELL. N. B. Wanted a good woman cook, ap 2 Im if. OK SALE OH 'TO LEASE. Huiil On accommodating terms, a number al water and bedding lots, near and adjoining the navy - yard, at Brooklyn. For particulars, en quire ot SAMUEL EVANS, jan 22 tf Brooklyn, apply to ap I Im apll STORE TO LET, The fire proof store in Gove:neurs - laiie, between Water and Front - etrtet, fiuru 1st May next. Apply to TUCKER ft LAL KIK4, mh31 29 Soutli - ntreet. TO LET, The GLOBE TAVERN. No. 143 Wa - tar - street. 1'he situation of this house, and its accommodations, justly render it an object well wonn the attention ol any person desirous of keeping a lucrative public house. It will be let, fur - nishedor uufurniihed, and immediate possession given. Apply at No 137 Water street. mh 17 tf TOR SALE. RKax rn.0r - KHTv in thsc cit or ev - york. OA BRICK HOUSE and Lot No. II Bowerv STABLK in tlw ri,r i,,. er with the LOT, 44 feet frcnt, 42 feet rear, aud ieei on earn sine, HOUSE and LOT No. 37 Ve.ey - strtet : and House and Lot No. 39 Vesey - street. A BOND and MORTGAGE for 1200 dollars, do and do for 750 do do and do for 4,0 do On valuable property in the city of New - York. The interest has always been punctually paid. For particulars inuuiie at the olhce of STEPHEN P. LAMOINE, deelOtf No. 7 Wall street. REMbEJtCE al QIIEEJSH IL'H. To be let, the house and grounds front ine on Greenwich Lane, belonging to the estate ol uie inie oaiuuei niniigaii, and at present occupied hy Mr. David Ely. For particulars enquire of JOHN M'KEE, lumber merchant, foot of N. Moore - street, ot ol T PKINGLE, in the Bank U . New - York. fehSntf The spacious 4 story lire proof store, at the loot or Liberty - street, lately occupied by Messrs. J. Murray it Sons. Possession to be given on the first May next For terms, apply to MAJOR ft f.ll.LESFlK. ap 9 79 (up st.iirs) Pine - sti cet. TO Lr.T, The house in Hudson - HOiiare, lately occupied by John R. Mtir. ay, F.sq. It is spacious and elegant, and possessed of every requisite convenience. Possession may be hud immediately For terms, apply to MAJOR ft GILLESPIE, 79 (up Htairs) Vioe - sreet. X. B. The above property will be sold to any one desirous to purchase, and the payment made convenient. ap 9 LAH JiUILUI.WS. Two offices in Law Build iocs No. 3, to be rented. Apply on the lircuiini s. to JAMES .1. HAMILTON, Eq.or at No. 69 Broaduey li b Sidtf FOR SALE, OR TO LEi, A laicc two iton. House ni d about 10 at ie of land, between the 6 and 7 mile stonss. ulooininedale Hoatl. I or particulars euqiine of NICKS. DePEYSTEK, ap 1 1 Im Near the Premises. OIX) LET, From the 1st of May next, the lower counting rooaa of No 64 South - street. AUSU, The upper counting room, No. 71 SouUi - st. Apply to JAMES D'WOLF, Jr. ten 13 67 Front - street - HOUSE TO BE LET, Situated about 2 3 - 4 miles from the City - Hall, on the old post - road, and adjoining the houses of G. ft R. Waite. The bouse is a neatly finished one, and lit for a small family j has a kitchen and cellar, 2 parlors, 3 bed - rooms, and x jrood ceiled garrets. I bare is a small garden, and a stable fit for a horse aud gig. Inquire next door to the premises, or at 54 Maiden - lane. ap 13 Of or Smte or to Let, The bouse and rroundi of the subscriber ut Uloomwgdale. near the 6 mile stone, situated on Uie banks of the North River. The House is modern built, 50 feet front with terrneed piazzas and convenient out houses, all recently painted, and in complete order. The grounds are hiehly cultivated, the garden extensive and good and there are on the place a great variety ol shrutis, fruit and forest trees, and a puaip of excellent water. For terms, which will be reasonable, &. A. LAWRENCE. 67 Fine - street. TO LET, The House No. 78 Brnad - strert, with (he e, store - house, and atables coodcuous, aud apiertaining thereto. IU L.t.lCh, For a term of years, in lots or parcels, that part of Rose HilfsituHte on (he 2d, 3d, and 4th avenues, on (he 23d, 21th, 25th, 26th, 27th, 2!!th, and 29th itreets, which belongs to Mrs. Ann Rulers. For particular, npuly to 0 a . - ... ...a ..... , JA.Tir.? n. IIAWIIIa I I'lV, mh 13 tf No. 3 Law HiiiMines. TO LET, The following Houses, viz: 11m - house No. 95 John - street The house No. 97 do 1'he house and store No 395 Pearl - street The house and store No. Ml Cherry - street JAMES W. SHAW, feb 21 No. 5 Bowery. OIO Lr.T, The store No. 20 Wall - street. Posses sion may be had immediately Apply at No. 18. ap iti O'iO LEASE, fur term of years, The bouse and lot No. 20 Cedar street, containing six rooms with fire places, besides the kitchen, pantries, vaults. Ac. and a well 01 good water. For sale, the unexpired term, eleven years, nf the lot no. oa murrav - sireeu in uie occupation ol William Patterson, on lease from the Episco pal lburcDOu ot. worn, inquire 01 aa . , at? kaleieaaariai to J, W. It W. Is. iriUl.l.lOAf, feh2Sd(f No. 44 Pine - street .S lir m. A Cmtln In 11 ire siore ana cellar no. rw i ui.sirff;i ll low. aooiv ou the oreoises. ap 1 3w 'IU LET. verv low. iniS A genteel 2 - story brick bouse, with a suug garden, having a stable in the rear, situated in the atost pleasant uart of Broadway, ebon! 20 minutes walk from the City - Hall; rtutfjO per annum, t or particulars, appiy 1 1 street. "P gw . TO LET, The handsome 3 story brick house and stable No. 310 Broaty. For terms enquire at A. II U I sues Intelligence office, 59 Clmoiber - streeL 2w e'jit Lt.i, A convrnleat two story bouse, pleasant - la mated is Charles - street, Greonwwh a desi rable residence for a cartman or ssecbanu - . iey low. For particulars enquire at No 53 Murray - street. sp 14 u TO LET, The stores and cellar room n those three story houses .No. 10 and 12 Broad - street. Also, a good bo - ise at Greenwich, and one at Harlacm, with two and a hall acres of around. near Manhattaaville. Apply at 55 Broadway, or to sUAS. t'hl.Ll, ap2lf 141 Front - street. strl FIRE FRuOF SlOHE. . til, I To let and poteessina first of May next, the lour stoi; die proof store, No, 34 Souh - l. between CothUfS and U'd sUs. uquire oi tne subscriber, No. 1 Murraj,cr 45 Cliamber - slreeC cont, act Engineer Department, tvasi'incton, am April, ffr ProDosa's villt:e r.reivtd ment, ( . nl, 18 - 1 . at 'Lis De - . at pttiimeot, until tvst August M - xt, to iuruiib br Front one to six millions of brick From one totwo millions of cubic feet cf buil ding stone i roiti ten thousand toniiy thousand hu.Misoi stcne lime. To be delivered in good order at Mobile, Lake ror.tchartr.iiii, River Mississippi, and Lakeba - rataria the time when the first deliveir ran be made, and the quantity which (aa be deiiveitd in each raontii succeeding the Gist delivery, must be slated with the terms. !"rniioi.iIs will also he received for from fifty to one huudred carpenters; lor from one hundred - to one hundred, pnd fifty masons; and from two hundred to three hundred laborers, to proceed t Mnliile and Louinana. to construct buildings ot various descriptions at the belore mentioned pla ces. It would he prrieraoie to nave ine masuui, carpenters, and laborers lurnishedaad acompan - led hy master workmrn. Arrangements would, be made toeniploy the persons engaged to execute the work, from July to November, at those, positions embraced in the lieforc mentioned places, which border upon the Gull ol Mcxrr o Kng: Bemet.ts would not be made for n shorter period Uianeiirht months. Satisfactory sernntv would tie rcouired tor tiiu laiuiiui periormanee oi any contract that may be made. The teuns up. n which workmauship and labor would be per - lonued, must be stated in tne proposals. J. ti. OV It I, Brigadier General and Chiei Engineer. The printers of the Portland Gazette, D. M. ; the Ctntinel and P.ttnot, Bosli - n i (he Evening Tost and the Columbian, New - York ; the Com - , uionwcullli, Pittsliurgb, Prnn. ; (he Iteporter, Lexington, Ken.; ami the Gazette, Ntw - O; - leans, will y lease to insert the foregoing Krone month and forward their accounts to tier Engineer Depa'" ment. apl3 Im (7 - ,II56 SEAUlillY huving taken the pleasantly situated house No. 13 North Moore - street, inlorn.s her Iricnda that she intends re - iiiovmr thereon the first ol May iiext, and oe the fourth w ill be rt ady to receive young ladies, either as boarders or dny at liolars., The various branches of useful .and ornameutal Education, will bctnuubt upon'her usual terms, whitb may be - known by applying at No. 66 John - street up 14 101 ' NOKIH KlVEK STEAM BOA 18. . fC7 For the accommodation of (he aneuil era nfthe Legislature ol (his state, the bicbmosd. steam - boat will leuve New - Yoik for Allnui) on Monday morniiiK. Slilhinst. nt9o'cHk. tube 111 attetidance, on tbe adjournment of the house, previously to her eiiteriug on Uie regular line. ' up i.j BANK Or Nr.W ltiuK. , ftT T"i presideot and directors stive notice. (bat a dividend of lour aud a hall per cent Oh the enpilHl slock of the batik, will be made ou the 1st day of May next, for tl.i period of six months, from the 1st November 1817, to (he 1st ol May 1818, payable to the slot kliulders at the Hank. on demand. By order ol the board of directors. apl6(m2 CHAS WILKES, Cashier. NOTICE. ; nr All persona having any claims against the assignee of the Tate firm of Whltiug ft Walsou, upon exchange areourui, are hereby notified that unless such claims be presented before the 15th day of May next, the subscriber will consider thrm at itllttd, and will not retain any funds In his hauds for the purpose of meeting tliera. ap 16 3w H.W.WARNER. : NOT ICE ""r"r , fjr All persons having demands agsinstthe eitale of Doctor Archibald Bruce, dor eased, are requested tn send their accounts to the office of . the subscriber, No. 6 Nnssnu - strect. PETER JAY MUNRO. Mh 7 Im Administrator nr 'I wo shares in the New - fork Library so ciety, FOR SAf.F, Jvife 25eacri..,Euquire. at no. 124 Broadway. , mh 8 ' NOTICE. ft7" Tl - e subscriliers have formed axonoec - tiou lor the purpose of transacting Commission liutiorsi, umirr uie una or o. and 1 w 111 I Tt MOKE, and will fur the present do business al No. 60 South and )TJ Pearl - streets and will constantly keep lor sale a general assortment of Cotton and Woolen Cards, of the manufacture of the late New - York Manularturing Conipauy. Just received, per schr. Sandusky, I rum Mis - bile, and lor sale, 13 hales D:er Skins 1 Ti sacks Snake Root Tot prime qttal. 2 do Beeswax, 8AML. WH1TTEMORE, ap 2 Im TIMO. WH ITT EM ORE. Qj .Mis. t.Al.l.OP having taken the house, Nn 21 Broadway, now in the occupancy of Mr. John I. Glover, offers from the 1st of My ntxtt a residence to gentlemen and ladies. 1 hu pleasanincssof the situation needs no comment. mh 24 tf VV EXTERN CANAL CO.vt PA N V . (JT A dividend of live and a half percent, on Hie Capital Stock l laid Con - pany, will lie paid lothe Stockholders on the 1st of April. Apply, to Barent Bleecker, Esq. Albany, or 220 Wif - liaua. street. By order of the directors, THOMAS EDDY, Treasurer. mh 16 Im n. DELUGE, miiliunr, from Pans, No. 66 Reed street, informs the ladies of New - York and her customers, that besides her tpiicg hats, she has just received a handsome assort ment ol Paris shoes, fashionable merino shani, Leghorn hats, chip flats, flowers, 4c. ap 16 lw Fur saLe, A farm in the village oi West Eloonuelif. ui Ijrti county, state of New - Jersey, williiu U miles oi the city of New - York, ccntuinirig about thirty acres ol land, about ii acres of whirh is woodland, of a young nnd thrifty gicwth, and well limbered ; Uie residue consuls o goo.1 meadow, with yoeng orchard, in a profitable lrarn.g condition, irom whirheiderolti.efirstquahtycatt be made, (lie fruit In in oi a choice collection. There is oo (he pre miirs a new firme modern beilt house, of the be - l materials and well finished, two stories huh, 46 leet io lenh and 32 feet is deplb,confainniji lice leree rooms with firt - nlaces in each, l - eidea kitchen and apartments in the garret. Al. a garden, an excellent barn, cow house, J he above described pn perty will le sol(llli:w us value, the subscriber being desirous ol s tiling with In family in soeat one ' of the write rn stitrs. 1 lie situation of it is Terr healthy and dc - siralile, taring nntl turnpike rose!, which will shortly be in continuation oi the great Western Turnpike leadioe from the city ol Jer sey to Lake Erie, and is a good stand tither for a sinre or tavern. The snrroomlinc eontttrv is delightful, oad is exceeds d by none in point of iroiect, as it commands a full view of the city of New - York, bays, riters and the Atholtv Oeeaa. 11 re is a variety of fruit in (lie season in great profusion; and large never lading streams of irVtr run contiguous to the villsr. whereon are erected large cotton and woolen lac tones in iuii operation. The whole or a pert of 11k land will bs sold with the boose, as may suit (he pen baser, and military bounty lauds will be taken ia part pay - ' ment. For terms, apply to Joriah Hedden, Esq. in the city cf New - York, or to the subscriler oa the premises, who will give an iodopntsl.U title. aplO 2W EI'IIKAIM P. .TILES. TO LET. VI A ... rrmvnaitnt bouse. Willi kUltlt .. eera ni eronnd. about a mile from the city, aJmirg ties bouse occupied by Mr. MerH wood, betwixt Greenwich and Use) Broadway road. Apply (o ' JOIKI B. MURRAY, mh 25 tf . . i . y adjcea - etaar ; . - . ; - .11' J ! y ii,. , ; s - 4 i - '.. 1 t 1 'a i . - - ' ! 1 .. 1 : :..,"ift i - 1 1 ' 1 l ; V, I. f . y r . - J m e I - 4 .11: a i W - t I . ' f

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