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£cgal N o tices. %4[OftTGAtiE] SALE.'—Whereas hcretoiorc—to %T1 wit. oa or about the sixth day ot* November, in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-four. Abraham ll. Vau Wyck, ot* the city ol* New York, and bftlen G. liis wife, being of thc age of twenty-one years aiul upwards, did execute under their hands and seats, and deliver to Jo it Uh&a £. CodtiiugUm of tho saiue place, an indenture ol US 'rtgage iUHin real estate, bearing date upon the suiiisixth «i*iy of Noverr ber, one tnnusand eight hundred aud forty fou .comJUii ied for the payment of one thousand and six lrt.idrad and forty-eight dollars and thirty cents, iau ltil i Di uiey of the United Suites,on deumnd. with interest for ! *11*4 same, at the rate of seven percent, per annum, from «l tie until the whole ofsaid principal stun shall bc paid and fatly satis tied, ami contuininga power to the said Jonathan Cegal Notices. ill Friday, the twentieth day ol’July, at the same hour and place. JJuted May 25 1849. JONATHAN I.CODDINGTON, Mortgagee. J I. ConniNOTON, J k , Att’y for Mortgagee my26 luwts The sale ofthe above property is further idjmrned uutil Friday, the 24 th day of A< gust J849, at the saiue hour aud place. Haled New York, July 26, 184‘J. JONATHAN I. CODDINGTON, Mortgagee. J. I. C oddixwtox . Ju, Att’v for mortgagee. jv2I lawis Olt'A’CirAGE SALE—NVhereasdefuult 1ms occurred ia tho condition of a mortgage, bearing date the thir- tc-L-aih day of October, one thousand eight hundnjl and forty seven, atul duly recorded in the otlice ofthe Clerk of the county of Kings, on the fourteenth dav of October, 184\ Cegal Notices. M OKXlirAGG SJAJLE.—Whereas, heretofore—to wit, on or about the first day of February, in the yoar one thousand eight hundred and forty four, John J). Hulst. of tho town of liasUwick, in the countv of Kings und State of New York, being of tho ago of twenty one years and upwards, did execute, under his hand and seal und deliver to Cornelius Jones, ol’the village of Wiilhuus- burgh in the county ol Kings aforesaid, an indenture of tu trigone upon real estate, bearing dato upon the said tirst dav >>f February, one thousand eight hundred und forty four, conditioned for the payment of eight hundred dollars with legal iuteresl, within three years from the date therein, shuI interest to bu paid scmi-Hmnmlly, on ihe first day* oi />„ ii*ust and Februmy during said three years, ami in case ilef Cegal N o tices. ■^ff7*HEl*EAS> Jacob Carpenter or ihcctty orBrook- ▼ v lyn and Mary S. his wife, did, by acertuin indenture of mortgage, bearing date tlie secondday of l>ocember, in the yeur oue thousand eight lumdred nud forty-four, lor se­ curing tlie payment of the sum of five thousand dollars, lawful money of the United Srtutes of America, on the second duy of December, which would be in the yeur one thousand eight hundred and forty-live, with interest for tho sume at the rate of six per cent pur annum, payable half yearly until puid, gram, bargain, sell, alien, remise nnd convey unto Surah Loines of the city of New York, widow—All that cer­ tain dw elling house ami lot, piece or purcel of ground situate, lyingand being in the ciiy of lirooklyn, county of Kings and yusi an»i renruuiy iimiunamu iurccye:irs, state of New York, tuid known und distinguished on a cer- iault should be made lu tho payment of l:”n map made by I). Kwen, city surveyor, dated March 1832, arid interest. or any part thereof, for the space nf tweniy und filed in the oliice of the elwrk of the county oi Kiugs, as days after the same should become due undpuyahle as afore k,l. “Ubdier seventy-live 1.75)—bounded and containing as Cegal N o tices YVTIIEREAiS) MariaJflckson and Cornelia A. Jnck- WW son of the city of Brooklyn, did by a certain inden* ture of mortgage, bearing date the twenty-sixth day of May, in the yenr one thousand eight hundred und thirty-eight, for securing tlie payment of the sum of six thousand dollars in one yeur from thc date thereof, witb interest thereon at the rule of seveu per cent per annum, payable half yearly, as it shall accrue from the suid date until paid, grant, bargain, sell alien, remise and convey unto Richard Udnll, of the town of Islip, in the county of Suffolk, doctor of medicine—All those (Corporation N o tices. and singular tne premises t h e r e b y uranted, or intended so to sum of thirteen hundred and fifty dollars, on or before the he, and^to soli and dispose of the same at public auction, ! expiration of live years from the dute thereof, with interest * Hording to tho Act made and in such case provided, and id the rate of six per cent per annum, payable annually, as the attorney of the said Abraham H. Van VVyck and DI 1 which sum of thirteen huudred and lifty dollars is part of the leiC. his wife, to make and deliver to the purchaser or I consideration money of the promises therein described, | urchasers thereof a good aad sufficient deed or deeds • which were conveyed by the subscriber lo thesaid Allen • in i;«.v f.»r rhn sum** in ten *dmr.i« • ivhic.h ci -,1 ; Clark at tho snme time; and whereas there is contained in i^d. A’-c.fOU the twenty-seventh day of December, 1841, at ; du* sum ol eighty-one dollars lor interest, and.no suit or pro- ten o’clock and forty minutes A. M. I coedings has been instituted to recover the debt now remuin- And whereas default has been m-tde in the payment nt j ing secured by thesaid mortgage or any part thereof, iHe said suui of money, in the condition of the said mort I Now*, therefore, notice is hereby given dial the saiu mort­ gage mentioned, and of the inte.*i ceedings at law having been h secured by the said mortgage, or rt..nouat claimed to he due upon s tin»** ot the lirst publication of this uolice, the sum of one i - t — ---------------- . . . - - __ « thousand nine Hundred and uinaty one dollars and eighty- ' rtaiiimlly as follows, lo wit: •• All that certain piece or pin cel three ceuts. 1 of land situated, lying and being ut Coney Ishuid, hi the town Now. therefore, notice i 3 hereby given that, by virtue of j oi_ Gravesend, countv ol Kings and state of ■ Y ork tho power of sale in said mortgage contained, and in pursu | —bounded_mid described as lollows.to wit.[ ( * ance of the statute in such case made and providod. tbv I !l 4 .1 \L . ! i-. tin* said mortgage will be foreclosed hv asale of thc said mort - * 1 urnpike Load, at a while u.ik st.tkc .i join ? gaged premises, to satisfy the amount due on said mort- laud now or late of Maria Lott, wife of Peter l.ott; and run- ip * S » , W i l l i i n t e r e s t , m u l t h e c o s t s n a « i w . . s e » n l l o w e d b v I “ ' \ S \ ' c u v o . i - l e r l y M u r i a L o t t - s h j n d t w o h i n t - 1 j dred ami tortv-two ieet eight inches to the nortlieastoi ly cur- Aad sa'fl runrtg«Be.l premises will bi sold at public .uic I <»‘r =' worltd.up now or late belonging to suid Ma- tion, to the highest bidders,: -------- *- * • ■1 • Franklin House in the city day of January next, at tw wnich said mortgaged premises ure described mortgage us follows', to wit: all those certain pieces or par cats of land situated, lying and being in the town of Flat- bush, in the county of Kings am! stale of New York, ami known aud distinguished as follows on a certain map enti­ tled ** Lund of Johnnes Ehlert,” map No. 2 of property in the town of Flatbush, Kings county, near the Union Race Course, belonging to Abraham 11. Van VVyck, Jamaica, ! April, 1836, laid out into lots, ami drawn ny Martin C». John- eon, which said pieces or parcels of land designated in blocks, number 7 (seven), 8 (eight), 9 (nine), 10 (ten) nnd ll(eleveo),and taken together as one piece or parcel ofbiml andin lots by the numbers 73 ^seventy-three) to 129 (one hundredand twenty-nine) both inclusive, aud butted and bounded as follow*: beginning at the southeasterly corner the public highway commonly called Etdcri’s lune at tue intersection of the westerly side of said Eldcri’s lane with the northerly side of Union avenue as laid dow.i on said map, ruuuiag thence northerly along said Eldcrl’-j lane to the southeasterly coruer of U.’piece or parcel ofland laid down on sttiu map, and marked with the name of Jamo i Graley ; running thence westerly aiong the south erly side of said last mentioned land three liundred and fourteen feet to the northeasterly corner of block No. 3 I (thirty) anil oflot No. 302 in said block us laid down on said map; running lho.ice southerly and parallel with iYichoIl's avcutle as laid down ou said map four huudred aud seven ty-tive feet, more or less to the unrtherly side of Union *» venue aforesaid; running thence easterly along the north eily side of (fnion avenue aforesaid three hundred and twenty six loct, mors or less, to the pointer place of begin ning. And also, all those certain pieces or parcels of iund laid down on said map by the block Nos. 30 and 31, nnd by lots numbered from 357 to 366, both inclusive, which said pieces or parcels of land, taken together, are butted und bounded as follows, to wit: beginning at a point on the easterly aide of Nichoil’s aveuue. distant northerly four huudred feet from the northeasterly corner of Nichoil’s and LJuion avenues, running thence easterly and parallel with Union avenue two hundred feet; running thence northerly and parallel with Nichoil’s avenue seventy-five feet to the southerly side of a certain piece or parcel of I and laid down on said map, and marked with the name of James Graley, and horein before referred to; running thence westerly and parallel with Union avenue aloresaiiL along the southerly side of said last mentioned land, to the southwesterly corner thereof; runningthence norther­ ly along the westerly side of said last mentioned land, and parallel with Nichoil’s avenue aforesaid.one hundred feet to the southerly side of block No. 32 and lot No.368 as laid down on said map ; running thence westerly and parallel with Union avenue aforesaid one hundred and forty nine feet, more or less, to Nichoil’s avenue aforesaid : running ’hence southerly along the easterly side of Nichoil’s ave aue aforesaid one Hundred and seventy live feet, more or less, to the point or place of beginning; and also all the right, title and interest of thc said parties of the first part of, in aad to Nichoil's and Union avenues as laid down on maid map. in front and adjoining the land and premises herein above described Aud also, that certain other lot, piece or parcel ofland situated aod being in the town of Jamaica aforesaid, and hounded and described us follows : beginning at the south­ east corner thereof. on the line dividing it from land belong lag to the heirs of 11. L. Van VVicklen. deceased: thence running westerly along Cemrevdle avenue (as the same is laid uown on a map of part of the real estate ofthe said Joho Van Wicklen. deceased, made January 7th, A. D- 1837. by Martin Johnson, surveyor), fourteen chains fifty- five links ; thence northerly uvelvechainsforty seven iiaks to a stake at the northwest corner of this land adjoinins land of Stephen 11. Lott: thence northeasterly along the line dividing this piece of land trum tlie land of said Lott, eight chains twenty-six links: tlience easterly along said division lioesix chains seventV-ixine links; thence easter­ ly along the division line between ihlsand land ofun known owuer four chains thirty five (inks, to land belonging to the heir* of U. L. Van Wickleu,deceased ; ihen'.esouiiierly Uy the division line between this piece of land and land be­ longing to the Leirs of ll. L. Van Wicklen, along VVycoll avenue as the same is laid down on said map, twenty two chains eightv-tour links, a direct course to the place of be ginning—containing twenty-nine acres, one quarter, aud thirty one perches of land, and being tiie same premises >old, and conveyed to the said Abraham H. Van Wyck hy John Johnson, guardian «£-c. of John T. Van VVicklen, Ni­ cholas Vau V. icklen. Evert Van VVicklen. Garret Van Wick- lea aadriurah E. Van VVicklen, infantchiidren and helrsnt jaw of John Van VVicklen, late ofsaid town ox’ Jamaica, deceased, and Walter Pitt and Sarah his wife, by acertain indenture of deed bearing date the first day of June, A. D, 1S3U, and recorded in the otfice of the clerk ofthe county oi tiueeos, in liber Y Y ol deeds, pagre 3fi7, on the Dth day of August, ld3ft. Dated October 2dth, 1347. JONATHAN I. CODDINGTON, Mortgagee. J. T. C o d d i n o t o n Jr., Attorney for Mortgagee, o:2d lawts No. 17 Wall street, city of New York. Tne salo of the above descri bed property is adjourned un­ til Friday, the eighteenth day of February next, at thc same hour and place. Dated January 21st, JONATHAN I. CODDINGTON, Mortgagee. *; J,. r. C o d d i n q t o x , Jr., Att’y. ja2I 'lawts Tne sale of tbe above described property is further ad­ journed until Friday, the thirty first day of March n#»xt, at the same hourand piace. Dated February leth. 1848. JONATHAN I. CODDINGTON, Mortgagee. J. I. C o d d i n q t o n , Jr., Att’y tor Mortgagee. fold Jawts The sale of the above described property is fnrtherad- •xrned u^ntal Friday, the twenty eighth day of April next, at the same hour and place. Dated March 3ist, 1848 JONATHAN I. OODIMN .TON, Mortgagee. J. T. C o d d i . n o roK. Jr., Att'y for Mortgagee. m3j lav ts The sale of the above described property i.s farther ad­ journed until Friday, the twenty sixth day of Mav next, at ; the same hour and place. Dated April 28th, 18-Jn j JONATHAN I. CODDINGTON, Mortgagee. J. I. C o d d i n q t o n , Jr., A« t’y fo.r Mortgagee. a28 iuwis The sale of the above described pmpe ) i&furtiicr tid- journjd until Friday, the twenty third day o f.’une next, at tno same hour and place. Dated May 2f>ih, 181s. JONATHAN I CODDINGTON, Mortgagee. J. 1. C o d d i n g t o n , Jr., Att’y fur Mortgagee. my2d 7:t\vts The sale of the above described property is further ad jaurfied until Friday, the seventh day of July next, at the same hourand place. Dated June23.1, 1848. JONATHAN I C( )I)DI.\GT«JN, Mortgagee. J. I.C oddington , Jr., Alt’y for Morigag e. je23 Jawis The sat5 of the above described property is further ad­ journed until Friday, the fourth day of August next, at the same hour and place. Dated July 7th. 1848. JONATHAN I. CODDINGTON, Mortgagee. J. I. C o d d i n q t o n , Jr » Au’y for Mortgagee. ' from said first mentioned stake; thence southerly iuid nion; tin* cjistrrly line of the said Turnpike Road two hundred nml lifty feet to the place uf beginning—containing two acres and one lenlli of an acre, he the same more or less. Together with nil and singular the tenements, hereditaments, ami ap­ purtenances thereunto belonging or in unvwise appertaining. Dated Mav 23d, 18W. COURT VAN SrCKLEN. I . o t t , MrneiiY S t V a n d e h u i l t . Attorneys for mortgagee. No. 3 Front street, Brooklyn. ’ my*24 Jawts B S2 2-)JCsSiL*’lr,??i SALE—By virtue of an execution, is­ sued out of the Supreme court of the state of New York, to me directed and delivered, 1 will expose for sale at pub­ lic auction at the Franklin House, No. 15 Fulton street, in the city of Brooklyn, on the 23d day of August, 1849, at 12 o’clock, at noon, of that day, all tlie right, title and interest which Lawrence V. Deforest linden the 2t)th dav of September, 1839. oral uny time afterwards, of, in ami to All that iot’of land with the buildings theroon, known as and by the streot number 35 (thirty five) in Cranberry street, in the eity of Brooklyn, and which is more particularly hounded uml described sis follows, that is to say: fci all lhat certain lot, piece or parcel of land situated, lying aud being in the city of Brooklyn, on the northerly side oi’ Cranberry streel—beginning at tlie centre of the partition wall between the house uu tlu* suid lot known as number ‘hirty live Cran berry street, and the house number thirty-seven Cranberry street; running thence northerly along the centre ofthe said partition wall and parallel with Willow street one hundrod feet to land now or lute of Ir'lephaniah Kingsley; thence westerly along tlie snid last mentioned land and parallel with Cranberry street twenty-five feet to the centre of the partition Avail between tlie said house number thirty-five Cranberry street, and the house number thirty-three Cran­ berry street : thence suutherly along the said centre line and parallel with Willow street one hundred feet to Cranberry street ; and thence easterly along Cranberry street twenty-live feet to the piuce of beginning. Together with all aud singular the tenements, heredita­ ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated Brooklvn, July 9th, 1849. jyJO luwts DAN’L VAN VOORHIS, Sheriff. *5^ sued out of the Superior court of the city of New York., to me directed and delivered, I will expose for sale at pub­ lic auction at the Franklin House, No. J5 FuUon street, in the city of Brooklyn, on the 13th day of August, 1849, at 12 o’clock, at noon, of that day, all the right, title and interest which Joseph W. Allen hud on the 28th day of June, 1849, or at any time afterwards, of, in and to All that certuin lot of huid situate in the city of Brooklyn, Kings county, described as follows: beginning at the north­ easterly corner of John (now Warren) street and Ilicks sireet: running thence northwardly anu along the easterly line uf Hicks streel, one hundredand seventy feet to land now or laic of Cornelius Heeney; thonce eastwardly and along the southerly hounds of said Heeny’s land, und on a line parallel to tlie norlherly line of John (now Warren) street uforesaid two hundred and livo feet to huid conveyed by Rarmonus Johnson to Conklin Brush, by indenture dated March 1, 1833; thence southwardly on a liue parallel witii the eastwardly line of Hicks sireet aforesaid, and along the westerly bounds of said Brush’s Jaml one liundred and sev­ euty feel to the norlherly liue of John (now Warreu) stroet aforesaid ; and thence westerly and along the northerly line of John (now Warren) street aforesaid twu hundred and five leet to the place of beginning. Together with till and singular the tenements, heredita­ ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Duted Brooklyn, .June 29,1849. je29 lawts DAN’L VAN VOORHIS. Sheriff. TSTSTS-ffEKEAS Alexunder Birkhcck ofthe city ot I'y Brooklyn, county of Kings and state of New York, blacksmith, didl by a certain indenture of mortgage, bearing date the thirteenth day of July, one thousand eight hundred and fortv-two, for securing the payment of the sum of one thousand one hundred ami lifty-ft>ur dollars und five cents, uu or before the thirteenth day of July, which would be in the yeur of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty- thive, togetlier-AVith interest for thc same at and alter the rate* of seven per cent per annum, payable seini-ammally, grant, bargain, sell, convey, and confirm unto Joshua Tolford, therein described as of tho same city—all ihatcertain piece, parcel or tract ofland lying and being in the village oi Brooklyn, county of Kings and state ofNew York, com­ mencing on Water street ata point one hundred and twelve fee: eight inches westerly from the northwesterly corner ol Main street and Water street; thence running northerly and parallel wilh Mum street seventy foot; thence easterly and parallel with Water street twenty-jive feot two inches; ther-ce northerly and parallel with Main street five teet; thence westerly’and parallel with Water street forty-seven feet two inches; thence southerly and parallel with .Main sireet sev- eniy-livo feet to Water street; thenee easterly along Water street to the place of beginning—being the same lot which was conveyed to the said AlexanderBirkbeck by Mathias Brtien of IVrth Amboy, state of New Jersey, and the deed therefor recorded in the otlice of the Clerk of the county ot Kings, in liber No. 31 of conveyances, page 227, ficc. To­ gether with all and singular the tenements, hereditaments ami appurtenances thereunto belonging or in tiny wise apper­ taining, and the reversion and reversions, remainder and re­ mainders, rents, issues, and profits thereof; which mortgage wasd-.tly recorded in Kimrs county Clerk’s ofiice, in liber No. 74 of mortgages, page 326, ficc., on the 15th day of July in the year 1812, al Ut) minutes past 11 o'clock in the forenoon of that’day. And whereas, the said mortgage has been duly assigned by the said Joshua Tolford. described in the assiynment’herein- after mtMilioned as of Valley Grove, in the counly ol* Kings, filmier, to Mary 11. Purdy of Eastchester, Westchester coun­ ty, widow, by an sissigaineiit hearing date the twenty-sixth day uf April, in the year one thousand eight hundred und forty-seven, uud recorded iu Kings county Clerk’s ofiice in fiber 118 of mortgages, page 221, on the 2tiih day of April in the year 1817, at 39 min Jtes past 4 ]*. M. And whereas, part of the principal sum secured hy the said mortgage has been paid, and delault lias beeu mude iti the payment of the balance of tin; principal and interest money secured to be paid by the said indenture of mortgage, and there is due thereon at this day. being the time of the first publication of this notice, the smn of twelve lumdred and thirteen dollar.-and thirty-one cents. Notice is therefore hereby given that, by virtue ofthe pow­ er of sale contained in the said indenture of mortgage, and in pursuance of the statute iu such case made and provided, the said mortgaged prcmi.-cs will be sold at public auction, lo lh“ highest bidder, at the Franklin llnur-c, No. 15 I’ulton street, in the city ot' Brooklyn, on the twentieth day of 8cp- t-Miiber next, at 12 o'clock at noon of that dav. Dated New MAitY’lt. BUKDY. je23 lawts Tne sale of tne above described properly is further •.»!- ! V-r,c7- I1?1' 1&4J. journed until Friday, ihe fitteeoth day of .SeprfmWr i 1. uwimtsy. Attorn next, at the same hour and place. Dated Am'ust-l irj-1 • ^ r r .. • I JONATHAN i. <;oimix«T..N% M.,,t:.a4e i i jV U' ) ^ 0,‘UNTY, \ J.X*Coddington,flr., Att’y for Mortgagee. ati4 luwts i < U J HlS The sale of the above described property is further nd ' Dav; Vt* r »V-,bfo-L :r v! ,eVtru- ItHX^(lon'• ourned until Friday, thc thirteenth dav of October n*xt : Ib-orv V- sc i’V« •' n i.S°’ \|,li,e8iV*fc‘C' f,r' i • at the same hourand place. Dated >eptember J5. 1848 ' ( B Dram-r \ie\V'i Li «•” i f \ ‘i i KUI JONATHAN I CODDINGTON, Mortgagee nel^• W b V*:V, i Me V,t p . ^ ;v ;yrem fca.niu-1 I hur- • — - • ’ ■ . ' • H L » nt i . , v , i . n .,,1 1 McArthur, f rancis J . Huntington, Georjie J I. C oddinqton , Jr., Att’y for Mortgagee. slfi luwts, Thc sale ofthe above described property is further ad ! iourned until Friday, the tenth, day of Xovombar nevt, at I the same hourand place. Dated October t3th, 1848. ; JONATHAN I. CODDINGTON, Mortgagee ! J. I. C o d d i x o t o n , Jr., Att’y tor M rtga^ee. o!4 lawts j The sale o; the above described property is further an j ouraed until Friday, tiie eighth day <>f Decvnmor n»-M, at tlie same hour atul place. Dite.J November IOtti.lJ48. I JONATHAN I. CODDINGTON ,Mortgagee. I J.I C oddington , J p ... A tt’y for Mortgagee nib lawts' The sale uf the above riesTibed property is further ad- ourned until Friday, thc fifth duy of January next, at the ; same hour and place. Dated December 8th, J>*48. JONATHAN I. CODDING I’GiN, Mortgagee. J . I . C o d d i n g t o n , Jr., Att’j for Mortgagee. did lawts The sate of the above described property is further ad- 1 > arned until Friday (he second dav of February next, at *.ue same hour undpiace. Dated January5th, J849. vsige. Jvtw trd Sava-je. Alanson Nash, A. J. Marion. Henry T. Taber, Horace B. Kingsley, Charles A. Gridin, William U.Tiuhili Trustee of 8aru'n King, and Margaret Betty and Minor children. Eummnnsi nf Mortgage cuses. To Thomas White, jr. and Elizabeth his wife, Henry Vyse. Richard Y'yae, Thomas Vyse. George A. £*cofield und Horace D. Kingsley : V«-u arc hereby summoned to an­ si war the com plain t in ihu cans**, and serve a copy of your answer on u»e at my otlice No 28 Beekman street, in the •'ity of N^nv York, within twenty days after the service hureof.cxclusive of ihe day o) such service ; nnd if the defendants tail lo answer the complaint us aforesaid, the t>! ».i iii ifi’ wiil apply to tho court at a special term thereof in lie lie id at the Citv Ball in the city of Grookiyn on the fw-vt Ttm.-day of .Line npxt, onr thousand eight hundred ar.d Duty nine,at 10 o'clock in thel’orenoon, for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated February 2rtih, 1849. WILLIAM rf. riEAUS, Bhtintiirs Attorney. rnh2I I h \v29w JON A FIX AN I. LODDl NGTU Y Mortgagee ____ _ . J. I. C o d d i n g t o n , Jr , Att'y for Mortgagee! j.i<> Jawts a order .J ihe IJon. Michael h l.uha*ffer, 1st Judge ot Tho snle of the above property is further adiourned un- New York Common Fleas. Notice is herebygiven, til Friday, the second day of March next, ul the same pursuant to Hu* provisions of the statute authorizing attaeh- hour and place. Dated February 2d. 1849. men:* mminn absconding, concealed and non-residmt debt- JONATH AN 1. CODDINGTON, Morfou'ee i or*s*l5uU :in utbiehm. nl issued against the estate of Tho- J. r. C u d d i n o t o . s . Jr , Att’y for Mortgagee. lV:fla~M«* ui:i* a resident ot Ibdtimore, m the Mate (d ..larvland, The 8tie of the above property \s further adjourned un- • ,lM‘1 &iUUo 'vi^, ,IU *or PiD'Uieii! oj Ins (lehts, til Friday, the thirtieth day of March next, at the samo 1 unless ho appearand discharge such attachment uecordmi'lo Hour and place. Dated March 2 1849. ' law, within 9 months Irom the first publication of Hus notice; JONATHAN I. CODDINGTON. Mortgagee. J. I. C o d d i n g t o n , J r , Att’y for Mortg igee. mliti lawfiw Tne *aleof the above property is further adjourned un­ til Friday, the twentieth day of April next, at thc same hourand place. Dated March 3I,J849. JONATHAN I. CODDINGTON, Mortgagee. J. I. C o d d i n g t o n , Jr, Att’y f >r Mortgagee. mh3i iawts Tho sale of the above property is further adjourned un til Friday, the 25th day of May next at the same hour and place. Dated April 20, JH49. JONATHAN I. CODDINGTON, Mortgagee. J I. C oddinoton J r ., Att’y for mortgagee. np21 Jaw The sale ofthe above property Is further adjourned un said.the ii lhe whole principal stun ot eight huudred dullars ami interest should become due und payable und containing a [lower to the said Cornelius Junes, his executors, udini- nistraiors and assigns, that if defuult should h e mude in the p «) niecit of thes td sum of money above iiicutioued.or the interest thut might grow duo thereon, or of any part thereof, that then und from U i e n c e t o T t h it should be law lul tor the said t ‘ornelitts Jones, his exocutors,administra­ tors and assigns, to enter into und upon ull und siugular, the premises thereby grunted oriutenued to be, und-to sell and dispose of the same, and all benefit and equity of re­ demption of the said John D. Hulst, his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns, therrin. ut public auction, according to the net in such case mude and provided and the attorney of the suid John D. Ilulst, to make and de- follows: beginning1 at n point on tho northerly side of Harri­ son street (lute Butler street one hundred feet westerly from the westerly side of Clinton street us laid down on suid map, aiul running thence northerly parallel to Clinton street one hundred feel: thence westerly parallel to Harrison street twenty-live feet; thence .southerly parallel to Clinton street one hundred feet to Harrison street; thence easterly along the same twenty-live feet to the place of beginning. Also, ult those two certain lots, pieces ur parcels of land situute, lying and being iu the citv of Brooklyn, uml bounded as follows: commencing atthe northeasterly center of Clin, ton and Degraw streets; running theuce northeasterly along Clinton street fifty feet; thence southeasterly at right angles with Clinton street ninety feet; theuce southwesterly parallel with Chuton sireet fifty feet tn Degraw street; and thence Deg’raw street ninety feet tu the place of nd t Sun the payment of any debts due to liim by residents of th< i state. ;.nd the delivery to him or for liis use, of any prof. pe.-tv witlihi this statu belonging to him and the transfer of any such property bv him sire forbidden by law, and are void. Dated the 15th dav of Mav. 1849. 'JOHN DEVKREUX, Attorney for Attncmng Creditor, my IS lawbin 7U Nassau street, N. Y. liver to the purchaser or purchasers thereof a good and j .. . • * . •>. . - ... . stifiicienl deed or deeds oi conveyance in the law for i , \ I'l.11'* ,. wt.lJl uk niK ?)ngi:li;r the tenements, . t... .... ,.„,j rtftr J-,....! I hereditaments und appurtenances thereunto belonging or ui ........ anywise appertaining; which said mortgage contains a pow­ er of sule, and is recorded at length in the ollico of the clerk of the county of Kings, in liber 90 of mortgages, page 208, on the 28th day of JJeccmber, 1814, at 13 minutes past 3 o'clock in tlie afternoon. And whercjis default has been made in thc payment ofsaid ineipnl sum of moneyv<>. secured by the... said.. indenture of A SIA WO AI S’— \f< ill SALE—28 lots, situate in South JJrookJ}n, part fronting on Richards and part on Dike man streets. 'J’he above lots will be sold ftt ft bargain, for cuslu to close an estate. Enquire'of GKOKGK HAL!., Land und General Agent, 307 Fulton street. the same, in fee simplu.andout ol the money arising fr such sate, to retain thc principle and iulerest which should then bo due on the said bond or obligation, toge­ ther with thc costs und charges ol advertisement nnd sale of thc same premises, rendering the overplus of the pur­ chase money. (If any there should bc) unto the said John D. Ilulst, his heiis,executors, administrau rs or assigns— which said mortgage and power ol sale ;«s aforesaid was duty recorded iu the olliru of the clerk <w the county <>: Kings.on ttie29th day of June, 1844.at 10 minutes part 10 o clork, A. M. tn Liber. No. 86 of Mortgages, page 403, Jkc. And wheieas. Also, heretofore—to wit, on or about the first day of February, in tiie year of our Lord one thou sand eight hundred and forty seven, thc said Cornelius Jones did, for the consideration of two liundred and litty nine dollars and thirty nine cents therein expressed exe­ cute unde* his hand and seal and deliver unto H’il’inm Jenkins.oi the Citv ofBrooklyn, an assignment of the above described indenture of mortgage, bearing date on thesaid tirst day of February, in tho year ono thousand eight hundred anil forty seven—whicli said assignment \va< duty recorded in the office of the clerk of the county of Kii gs mi the 24th day of August, 1848, at 9 o’clock, A. M.,bi Liter. No. 137 of Mortgages, page 162. And whereas, also heretofore—to wit, on or about the thirtieth day of January in tho year ofour Lord one th( usand eight hundred and forty nine, the said William Jenkins, did, Jor thc consideration of two hum.red ai d ninety five dollars und seventy two cents therein express­ ed, execute under hi.* hand and seal and deliver ur.to Thomas J. Gerald of the city of Brooklyn, an assignment of the above described indenture of mortgage, bearing date o - the suid thirtieth day of Janutoy, in the year ot our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty nine which said assignment was duly recorded in the otlice oi the d»»rk of the county of Kings, on ttie 31st day of Jann ury, 1849, at 2 o’clock, B. M.,in Liber. No. 143 ol mortgage*, page 3|2, 4cc. > 2 . And whereas, default has been made in the payment of thc sum of two hundred and fifty nine dollars and thirty nine cents oj the saiil principal sum of eight hundred dollars in the condition of the said mortgage mentioned and of the interest nn the said sum of two hundred aud fitty nine dollars an i thirty nine cents from and after the first day of February, in the year one thousand eight him dred and forty seven, and no proceedings at law have been had t> reco/er the amount secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof, and the amount claimed to be due up on said mortgrge being, at the time of the first publication of this notice, the sum of two hundred and ninety eigh dollars anil thirty four cents. Now, thcreiore,notic*e is hereby given that hy virtue ot the power ol sale in said mortgage contained, and in pur snance of the statute in such case made and provided, the said mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the suid mortgaged piemise., to satisfy thc amount due on said mortgage, with interest and the costs and expenses al­ lowed by law. And the said mortgaged premises will tie sold at public auction, to tlie highest bidder, in one parcel, at the Franklin House, corner of Fulton and W’itjrstreets in the city of Brouklyn, in the county of Kings, on the seventeenth day of July next, (A. I)., J849.) at 12 o’clock, noon of thnt day. Which said mortgaged premises are described in said mortgage as follows to wit:—“ All those four certain lots of land situate in tne town o Bushwick. aforesaid, known and distinguished by the numbers J<>. 17,18, and 19 —sixteen, seventeen, eighteen and nineteen, on the wood Point Road, and bounded as follows, to wit: westerly by thesaid YVond Boint Road,northerly and east erly by lands now orlatelv belonging to Stephen B. Masters and southerly by land of the said party hereto, (the saiu Cornelius Jones) of the second part, and taken together are one hundred teet 5n width in froDtand rear, and one hundred feet in depth on each side, being lots of ground purchased hy the snid parly hereto of the first part, (the said John D.Lulstjfroin the trustees ofthe Reformed Pro ta.-,tant Dutch Churchofthe town of Bushwick, aforesaid, with the buildings ther* on and together with all and singu­ lar, the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated Brooklyn, March26ih, 1849. THOMAS J. GERALD, Assignee of mortgage above set forth. R. S. C hurcii . Attorney, corner of Fulton street and Myrtle avenue. Brooklyn. npI7 Jawts Thc ubove sale is postponed until Tuesday, tlu* 24th day of Julv, 1849, at tlie same hour und place. Dated Brooklvn. July 17, J849. THOMAS J. GKKALD, Assignee of mortgage above set forth. R. S. C iiurcii , Attorney, comer of Fulton street and Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn. jyJ8 lawts 'J’he above sale is further postponed until the 7th day of August, 1849, at the same hour und place. Dated Brookivn. July 24th, 1849. THOMAS J. GERALD, Assignee of mortgage above set forth. IL S. C hurch , Attorney, comer of Fulton street and Myr­ tle avenue, Brooklyn. jy24 luwts The sale of the above property is further postponed until the 22d day of August, 1849, at the same hour and place.— Dated Brooklvn, August 7th, 1849. THOMAS J. GERALD, Assignee of mortgage above set forth. IL S. C hurch , attorney, corner J’uhon streel and Myrtle avenue. au7 lawts £1 r i » R O i 3 COURT—Elias B. lligbie uiuTothers vs. Ida Wyckplfand others. Partition sale. In pursuance of a decretal order of this Court, made in the above entiled cause, bearing date the 7th day of April, 1849, I will sell at the Franklin House, No. 15 Fulton street, in the city ofBrooklyn on the 24th day ol’July, 1849. at 12o’clock at noon of that day, the following lands and premises— All that certain messuage, dwelling house, barn and tract ofland and meadows situate lying mid being nt Flatlands Neck, (so called) in the town of Flatlands, in the county of Kings aforesaid. Bounded northeastwardly partly by Johan- nus Lott, partly by Nicholas s*chcnok,jr, and partly by Henry YVyckoff; nortVestwardly by Benjamin Bennett, southwest- wa'rdlv by Luke Kouwenhoven. J.nmatie JJoitnmg and the heirs of Peter Kouwenhoven deceased, and southeostwardly by Abraham Tcrhane, containing forty two acres, be tlio same more or less, (the highway tlmt leads from the plains to Canarsie excepted, Also all that certain tract of laml, commonly called the Vurkins’ Hook, situate lying and being in the town of Fhit- lands. in the County of Kangs aforesaid—ln the tirst or great division of the Flatlands Neck, and known by the numbers II and 12—bounded on tl.e eastwardly part thereof, by the New Utrhcht meadows, so called, on the southwardly und southwestwardly part thereof by Varkins’ llook meadows, and partly by l’rayen's Hook meadows am! northwestwardly partly by Vulkert Spuing Jr. and partly by Benjamin Bennett, and partly by Elias Hubbard ; northeastwardly by Juliennes Uemsen, containingfortv-five acres, be thc same more or less. Also all that certain lot of woodland situate lying and bu ing in the town of Flatlands aforesaid, in the first division of Flatlands Neck aforesaid, and known by number live, and bounded northwestwardly by Albert Tcrhune deceased— partly by the Kuuwenhoven’s and partly by iVier Vander­ bilt deceased : northwestwardly by the division line—south- eastwardly by John J.ott, southwestwarly hy the Crane mea­ dows, containing fifteen acres, be the same more or less. Also all that lot and piece of 8alt meadows situate lying and being in the town of Flatlands aforesaid, in the Flatlands Neck aforesaid, in the second division, so ©.tiled. Bounded northwardly partly hy Laurence Y'ooriiies, and partly bv the Gallic Creek, so called. Easterly by the Bay. southwardly by the said Bay Creek, so called, and partly by John IJ. Lott,* aiul 'westwardly partly by a Creek, and partly by Nicholas Schenck. Also all those throe certain lots of salt weadnws, joining each other situate lying and being in the Varkiiis Hook meadows, iu the town of Flatlands aforesaid—bounded northwardly by Varkins Hook,eastwardly by a creek, south­ erly by Besteven’s Kill, and westwardly by John 8;r \ kcr. And also ali that certain other lul of salt medows. situate lying uml being in tlie Varkins Hook meadow.-in the lowu ofithiliands aforesaid. Bounded northwardly by the Varkins Hook aforesaid, westwardly by Johannes Lott.’southwardly by Bestevan’s kill, and eastwardly by John 11. Loll, 'J’he whole of the aforesaid premises conveyed to the said Abra­ ham YVyckoff, by dead bearing (late the eighteenth day of October, one thousand eight hundred and thirty, recorded in the ofiice of the Clerk of King's County, in Li her 29 of con­ veyances. page 349. Reference thereunto, if neo'ssury, will fully appear. Together with all ar.d singular Hie tenements, heredita­ ments und appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. JJuted Brooklvn, June 8th. 1849. je8 lawts DAN'L VAN Vt >0111118. Sheriff. 'I'he above sale is postponed until the 14th day of August, 1819, at the same hour and place. Dated Brooklvn. July 24. 1849. DAN'L VAN Vo(>UJJI8, jy24 lawts Sheriff. prmcq . ........ ------ . . mortgage, and in the payment of the interest thereon, and there is now due for said principal sum of money and inter­ esl al the date of the tirst publication of this notice the sum o: five thousand two lumdred and lbrly-six dollars and sixty- six cents. Notice is therefore given that by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgsige, and in pursuance of the statute in such case made and provided, the ssiid mortgaged premises will be sulci at public auction, to the highori bidder, at tlie j'ranklin linage, in the citv of Brooklyn, in the county of Kings, on the thirty-first day of August next, in the vear one thousaud eight hundred and fort\-nine, al 12 o'clock at noon of that day. to satisty the amount due on said mortgage, and interest and costs allowed bv law. Dated New Vork, Mav 28th, 1819 SARAH LOINES, -Mortgagee. IL IL I I o w n k , Attorney, 01 YVall street, New Yoik. ui}28 luwts *R H EKE.4S EiLv ini Clark and Jane V., his wife v V by a certain indenture of mortgage bearing dato the 5th day of October one thousand eight hundred j.nd furiy-scven, in order lo secure lhe payruentol the sum of Dirce thousand five hundred dollars, on ihe fifth day of Oc­ tober In the yeat one thousand eight hundred and fifty and the interest thereon lobe r. -inputed irom the duy of ihe date thereof.and alter lho rale ofseven per cent, per an num payable sen:; annually from the date ofsaid inden­ ture, did grant, bargain, sell, alien, release, convey, and confirm unto Mary E. Tucker and Catharine Tucker, and to their lieirs ami ussigns forever—All those eleven lots, pieces or parcels of laml situate, lyingand being in the sixth ward of the ciiy of Brooklyn and ure known on u map ofthe propirty tiulungSng to the estate of Jordan Coles, de­ ceased, by the m/s.489, 490 491,492,493,494,515,516.517,516 and 519, which taken together arc bounded and described as f»dlu\v<,to\vii: commencing ata point on the aoulhci- ly side of Centre street, as laid down on .said map, distant eighty iVet one inch easterly from the point formed by the intersection oi Centre sireet and Hamilton avenue, as laid down on said map, and running thence easterly along the southerly side of Centre street one hundred and twenty- five feet, thence southerly and in a line parallel with 8milh street its laid down on said map one hundred feet, (hence easterly in atineparattel with Centre street fifty met.tlience southerly in a line parallel with Smith street •tforesu done hundred l’cet to Bush street thence westerly ub>ng thc northerly side of Bush street sixty feet more or less to Hamilton avenue, thence northerly a long the norlherly side of said Hamilton avenue one hundred and sixty nine feet more or less to the westerly lineof Jot No. 5J9 as laid down on said map, thence northerly* and on a line parallel with Court streetas laid down un jaid map along the westerly side or line ofsaid lot No. 519 to Centre street the point or place of beginuing- Together with all the right, title and interest of thesaid parties of the first part of. in and to the adjoining half part of the streets on which said lots are situated- Together with all and singu­ lar the tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances there­ unto belonging or in anyw ise appertaining, and the rever­ sion and reversions, remainder and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof. \Which mortgage wus recorded in the ofiice ot the tleik of Kings county in liber 125 oi mortgages, page 286,October 27, 16-17, ul 40 minutes past4 I’. M. And whereas deluul t has been mado in the pay­ ment of the interest money secured to be paid by the said mortgages, and there is due thereon at the day of the first publication ofthis notice the sum of three thousand and thirty seven dollars and sixty four cents. Notice is hereby given that by virtue ot thc power ot sale contained in the said indenture of mortgage and in pursuance of the statute in sucli case made and provided tho said mortgaged premises will be sold at public auction at the Frauklin [louse, in thecity of Brook ly n, on the twentieth day of August next at I2o*oiock at noon on that day. Dated Brooklyn, May 23, J849. MAUY E. and CATHARINE TUCKER. T u c k k r f c C r a p o , Attorneys. my23 lawts 8 'rA'J’E OF NEW VORK.—Lm'sty i.k Kings, ss.— Thc undersigned, Fherilf ofthe said County, in con­ formity to a precept to him in his behalf din rt**jl nnd de­ livered, by this liis proclamation, requires all persons bound to appear at a Court of Over and Terminer nod Jail delivery lo be holden at the court house, City Hall, iu Um citv of Brooklyn, in and for said County on the 21st day of August n«*xt, ai 10 t/clock in tiie forenoon, by reeoguiznno<* or nthcr- wbe to appear thereat, and the undersigned In-roby requires all justices ofthe pence, coroners and other ofijeers who have taken any recognizance for the appcarasiee ofany per­ son at tlie said Court, or who have taken any inquisition nr the examination of any prisoner or witness, to return such recognizance, inquisition and examinations to the said court, at the opening thereof on tlie first day of its silting. Signed ul the Sfheritr.s otlice. ou th** 6th d»v of August, A. I>., 1649 DAN’L VAN VOORHI8. nufi lawt2! Sheriff. ■WTOTK'E is hereby given, pursuant to statute, tliat a i^i general meeting of the creditors of Thebe Raynor, a concealed del/tor, will bo held at tiie ofiice of .Martin Strong Sc A. F. Smith, No. 29 Wall st„ in the City of New Vork, on the first day of October next, at 3 I*. M. of that day. New York, July 20th, 1849. JOHN A. LENT, JOHN ALLWOuj), IIENRY G. MARTIN. jy-23 lOw Trustees. 1 oi' property in the lirst and third wards of the city of Brooklyn, belonging to the lieirs of 8mnuel Jackson deceased, duted Brooklyn, April 1835, surveyed by Isaac T. Ludlam. city surveyor, as lots numbers eighteen (16), nineteen (lib, and twenty (20), fronting on Columbia street, and as lois numbers nine (9), ten (IU) and eleven (11), fronting oil Fur­ man street; which said several lots, pieces or parcels of htncl taken together are butted and bounded ns follows, to wit— beginning at a point on the northwesterly line of Columbia street,distant twenty-five leet southwestwardly from land now or lately belonging to Frederick T. l’eet, anil running from said point northwestwardly on a line ut right angles to Co­ lumbia street and parallel with the lino of the laud ofthe said Frederick T. Peet one hundred and fifty feet to Furman street; thence southwestwardly aloug Furman street seventy five feet to a point distant about three hundred and twenty- five feet and four inches northeastwardly Irom Pierrepont street, as laid out onthe said map; and thence from said point on Furman street soutlieostwardly on u line at right angles to Columbia street one hundred and fitly feet to Co- hnribiustrect; uud thence northeastwardly along Columbia street seventy-five feet to the place of beginning; each of the said six lots being twenty-live leet wide m front and rear and seventy-five feet in length on each side, and the said six lots being a partof tho premises whicli were conveyed to the parties of the first part to said mortgage, by Hamilton JL Jackson in and by an indenture bearing date the thirteenth day of Oetober, 1835, and recordedin the otlice of the Clerk of the county of Kings, in liber 67 of conveyances, at page 171, on the fourth day of January, 1837, together with all nnd singular tlie tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining; which said mortgage contains a power of sale, und is recorded at length in tlie otlice of the Clerk of the county of Kings, in liber\ 76 ol' mortgages, jingo 443, &c., JJoeember sixteenth, 1842, at 2 o'clock iu the afternoon. And whoreas Hie said mortgage has been duly assigned by Selah B. Strung, executor of the last will and* testament of said Richard Udall, decensed, to Charles G. Havens of tlio eity of New Y'ork, by assignment bearing date the fifth day of April, one thousand eight hundred aud fortv-five, and re­ corded in Uie otlice of tlie clerk of the county of Kings on the thirtieth day uf April, 1849. And whereas default has been made in the payment ofsaid principal sum of money, secured hy the said* indenture of mortgage,and in the. payment of tiie interest thereon,and there is now- due for said principal sum of money and interest at the date of tlie first publication of this notico, the sum of eight thousand five hundred^ and twenty-two dollars and thirty-three cents. Notice is therefore given that by virtue of the power of sale in said mortgage, and in pursuance of the statute in such Ciise made and provided, the said mortgaged premises will be sold at public auction, to Hie highest bidder, at the Frank in House in the city of Brooklyn, in thc county of Kings, on the thirty-first day of August next, in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, at 12 o’clock at noon of that day, to satisfy tho amount duo on said mortgage and interest and costs allowed hy law. Dated New York, May 28th, 1849. CHARLES G. HAVENS, Assignee of said Mortgage. R. IL Bowsu, Attorney, Gl Walt street, New York. >28 Jawts E AGLE BUILDING, 30 Fultou street, Brooklyn— Daily nnd Weekly Newspaper Establishment. KW H t ’F’S SALE—By virtue of a writ of execution, to me directed and delivered, I will expose for sale at public auction, at the Franklin House, No. 15 Fulton street, ui the city of Brooklyn, ou the 31st day of August, 1649, at 12 o'clock at noon of that day, all the right, title and interest which Anson Blake had on the 3lst day of August, 1639, or at anytime afterwards of, in. and to All that gore ot land situate in the sixth ward of the city of Brooklyn, and bounded as follows: beginning at a point on the southerly side of YVarren street, distant 226 Jt 5 inches e:istcrly trom the southeasterly corner of Henry and W'arren si reels; and running thencu southerly parallel with Henry street BU) ft; thence westerly parallel’with YYuirren street 5 foet 9 inches; and thence nortuerly on a straight line 99 ft JO inches lo YVarren street at the place of beginning. Also, all that other gore of land in snid ward, bounded and described :is follows: beginning at a point on the northerly side of Baltic streel, distant 226 ft 5 inches easter.y from Henry streel; and running thence norlherly parallel with Henry street 58 fi 8 inches to land now or late of Iienry YV. Sargent; thenee southerly along said r-argent's land 58 ft inches to Baltic street; and thimce easterly along Baltic street 3 ft 5 inches to the place of beginning. Also, all those six lots known ou a map entitled map ol properly in the 8th ward ofthe citvof Brooklyn, belonging lo Jolm Dimon and others, surveyed by It. Tolford, city sur­ veyor, as numbers 31)1), 31)1, 31)2, 303,304 and 305, and which taken together are bounded as follows: northeasterly by land now or late uf Richard Berry; southeasterly by land now or late of the heirs of JJenry Pope; southwesterly by 15th street ami northwesterly by lot No. 2D9 on said map, together with one-half of 15th street in front of and adjoining said Jots. Together with all and singular the tenements, heredita­ ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated Brooklvn. Julv J9, 1849. jy 19 Jawts J)A.N:L VA.V Y'UOIUIJS, Sheriff. OI£'IT<»!AG3S SALE.—Notice is hereby given that whereas, heretofore to wit, on or at/out the 24th day of January, A. I)., J842, William A. Greene, of tlie City bt Brooklyn, County of Kings mid Slate of New York, (being at the time owr the age of twenty-one years.) made, execu­ ted and delivered to Theodore F. King, of the same? place, a certain indenture of mortgage, bearing (late the 24th day of January, 1842, upon cerlain real estate, in said City of Brooklyn, conditioned for Ihe payment of the sum of one thousand three liundred dollars, in three years from the tirst day of -May (then.) next, with interest thereon at Hie rate of seveu per emit per annum payable half yearly, from thesaid first day of .May, 1842, wiiicSi said mortgage contained a power to the said mortgagee, liis executors, administrators or assigns, ifdi-fatilt should tn* made in the j>aynn?nt ofthe said sum of one thousand three huudred dollars,or tho interest that might grow due thereon, or any part thereof, to enter into and upon ali and singular the promises thereby granted or intended so to be, and to sell and dispose of the same, and all benefit and equity of redemption ofthe snid mortgagor, his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns therein, nt public auction, according lo tlie act iu sucli case made and provi­ ded. whieh said sum of thirteen hundred dollars was as is sta­ ted in said mortgage, due for and formed part of the purchase money, to be paid Ibr the therein described promises, whicli said mortgage containing such power as aforesaid, was ac­ knowledged so as to entitle it lo tie recorded, and the same was afterwards duly recorded, in tbe ofiice of the; clerk of Kings County in liber. No 72 of Mortgages, page 83, January the 27th, 1842, ut 55 mins. past 4 i\ M., whicli said mortgage was by deed poll of assignment made and executed by said Theodore l\ King, under his hand and seal, bearing dale tiie first dnv of November, A. lb, 1847, duly assigned, transferred and set over unto Hie undersigned with the principal sum of money then due and the interest to grow due thereou, which said assignment was recorded, in Kings County Clerk’s ottice iu liber 125 of mortgages, page 384. Novem­ ber. 2d, 1847. And whereas, default has been mnde in the payment of the money secured to be paid ny the condition ofsaid mort­ gage or of some part thereof, whereby the said power to sell has become operative, and whereas trie sum of (8763 03.) of seven liundred and sixty-three dollars ami three cents is now claimed to be due upon suid mortgage for principal and interesl, and uo suit or proceeding having been institu­ ted at law to recover tlie debt secured by said mortgage, or uny part thereof. Now. therefore, notice is herebygiven tliat said mortgage wiil be foreclosed hy sale of tlio said mortgaged premises to satisfy the amount due thereon, with interest and thecosls aud expenses allowed by law, uixi that all and singular, the premises mentioned in said mortgage and wiiich are therein described substantially as follows, i\ i/. :j All that certain piece or purcel of land situated, lying and being in the eity nf Brooklyn aforesaid, and bounded and described ns follows.:—Beginning at a point on lhe southerly side of Livingston streel in said city, distant easterly one hundred and one feel from Sin* southeasterly corner of Gourt and Livingston street, running t hence southerly ut right an­ gles to J.ivijiL'stm: streel. along lund of the raid Theodore F. King, ninety-four leet seven inches to the? central line be­ tween i/iviiigstou uud FcUorinv.rhorn streets, and running thence easterly along thesaid central line twenty-four Jeet, more or less, to land of <liarle- ’ E. Bulkeley. running thonce northerly along land of tiie said Gharics K. Bulkeley. on a lint; parallel with Ha? said lir.-l mentioned liue atul iwenty- fourleet distant therefrom ninety-live leet four inches more or less to Livingston street aforesaid ; and running thence westerly along l.iviiigqoii street aforesaid twenty-four feet to the point and place of beginning, will bo sold at public miction by virtue of the said power of sale, and in pursu­ ance of the act iu such case made and provided, at the Franklin House, at the corner of Fuiton and Water streets, in the city of Brooklyn, on thc 24th (lay of October next, al 12 o'clock at noon. Together with alland singular the tenements, heredita­ ments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. JJuted Brouklyn, July 28th, 1849. IIENRY’ L HAGNER, Assignee of Mortgagee. IIauncr St Stoi>i»aru, Att’ys, No. 3 Front street, Brook lyn. jy2H Iawts C ORPORATION NOTICE—Tho Law Committee of the Common. Council will meet every THURSDAY afternoon at 5 o’clock, P. ct the Mayor’s otfice, in the city ball. N. B—Thoso having business before them aro request­ ed to attend, without further notice. Brooklyn, May 23,1840 my23 RODNEY S. CHURCH, Chairman. C Oltl»OKAXIOI\ NOTICE—Huntington street grading and paving from Smith to Court street; Second Place grading and paving from Smith to Clinton street; Nas­ sau street public cistern between Gold street .endHudson aveuue; Court street well tuul pump between Schcrhjerhom and Stale streets; Carroll street well and pump near Henry street; Fifth avenue cor of Eleventh street, well and pump. The assessment in the above entitled matter was duly' confirmed on the Oth day of J uly inst. Notice is hereby given to ull parties interested, that by paving their several assessments to I has. C. Betts, comptrol­ ler, at his oftico in the City Hull, w ithin thirty days from the above date, they can pay the Bame without the addition ol collectors’ fees. All assessments not so paid, will be collect­ ed by one of the eity collectors with his fees thereon. Dated Brooklyn, 12th July, 1849. JOHN D. LAWRENCE, jy 13 law4w Street Commissioner. C OBJPORAXIOIV NOTICE—York street opening from James to Fulton street. A petition is now pending before thc mayor and common council of the city of Brooklyn, “to open Y’ork street from James to Fulton street. The common council have fixed the district beyond which the assessments shall not extend, to wit: on both sides of York sireet from James to Navy street, und one hundred feet in depth on each side thereof. Remonstrances against the said opening must be presented to the common council on or before the bthdnyAugustnext, as the same will then be finally acted upon, or as soon there­ after as convenient. Brooklyn, Jul£l3th, 1849. jy 13 lawfiw JNO. D. LAWRENCE, S t r e e t C o m m i s s i o n e r . avenue, (late Jackson street,) in Red Hook Lane. Thc assessments in the above entitled matters confirmed ou the I2lh day of July instant. Notice is hereby given to all parlies interested, tlmt by ing iheir several assessments to C harles C. K etts , ct troller, at his otlice in the City llall, within thirty days »T... . .I ., .. ., . -- - - C ORFORATBON NOTICE—Fulton avenue ope­ ning from its present westerly termination near Hudson •enue, (late Jackson street,) to Red Hook Lane. The assessments in the above entitled matters were duly ,l U - itttiln n ♦ pay- , comp- .. ... _________ ......m thirty days from the above date, they enn pay the same without tlic addition of Collectors fees. All assessments not so paid, will be col­ lected hy one of the city collectors with his lees thereon. Dated Brooklvn, Kltli July-, 1849. JOHN D. LAWRENCE, jylfi Li\v4\v Street Commissioner. OK FORAT1OIV NOTICE—Oxford street grading and paving from Fulton to Atlantic avenue. 1’nciflc street grading and paving from Gowanus Road to Clason avenue. 'J’he assessments in thc above entitled matter were duly coa firmed on the 2fid day of July inst. Notice is hereby given to all parties interested, that by pay­ ing their several assessments to Chas. C. Betts, comptroller, nt his olfice in the city JmJl, within thirty daysfrom the above date, they can pay the same without the addition of Collec­ tors fees. An *’ I'l’A'ji’IO OF NEW YORK—- j kcretauvs O fkkk — ) Albany, July 14, 1849 T o T U B S l l K U l F F O F T I I K C O U N T Y O F K l X O S : 8ir—Notice is hereby given tliat at the General Election to beheld in this Slate*’on the Tuesday succeeding the lirst Monday of November next, the following officers are to be elected^ to wit: A Judge of thc Court of Appeals, in thc place of Freeborn G. Jewett; A Secretary of State, in the place of Christopher Morgan ; A Comptroller, iu the place of YVushingtou Hunt; A State Treasurer, in tlie pluce of Alvahllunt; An Attorney General, in the place of Ambrose L. Jordan : A Slate Engineer and Surveyor, in the place of Charles B. Stuart; A Canal Commissioner, in the place of Nelson J. Beacli; and An Inspector of State Prisons, in the place of Isaac N. Comstock; All whose terms of service will expire on the last day of December nex-t. Also, a Justice of the Supreme Court forthe Second Judi­ cial District, in the place of Selah B. Strong, whose term ol service will expire on the last day of December next. Also, a Senator for the Second Senate District, in the place of David A. Bokee, whose terra of service will expire on ilie last dav of December next. COUNTY OFFICERS TO BE ALSO ELECTED FOR SAID COUNTY: Three members of Assembly; Two u Justices for Ses­ sions” ; A Sheriff, in the place of Darnel Vnn Voorhis; A County Clerk, in the place of Jolm M. Hicks ; and A Superintendent of the Poor, in the place of John L. Ryder; All whose terms of service will expire on the last day of December next. Also, three Coroners, in the place of James C. Church, Cornelius Y’andervoer and Robert Anderson, whose terms oi service wifi respectively expire on the last day of December next. [The electors throughout the State tire also to vote for or against the adoption ofthe act entitled “A n a c t E s t a b ­ l i s h i n g F. pkk S c h o o l s t h r o u g h o u t t h e S t a t e , ” passed March 26, 1849.] Yours Respectfully, CHRISTOPHER MORGAN, Secretary of State. S h e r i f f ’ s O f f i c e , ) City of Brooklyn, July 17, J849. £ I certify that the above is a true copy of the original, re­ ceived bv me from the Secretary of State of the State o: New York. DAN’L VAN VOORHIS, Sheriff. jyl7 lawtd&e CN IIEUIFFfS SALE—By virtue of an execution issued out of lhe Supreme Court ol' the state of New York, to me directed and delivered, I will expose for sale ai public auction at the Franklin House, No. 15 Fulton street, ir the city of Brooklyn, on the 30th day of August, 1849, at 12 o’clock at noon of*that day—all the right, title and interest which Charles F. Codwise*had on the Ilth day of January, 1847, or at any time afterwards of, in and to u All that certain lot, piece or.j/arcel of land situated, lying and being in the ciiy of Brooklyu, county of Kings and state ofNew* Y'ork, bounded and containing as follows, to wit: beginning at a point on the southwesterly line or side of Ful­ ton st., distant southwesterly twenty-six leet nine inches from land of Margaretta Duflield; thence running southeasterly twenty-live leet eight inches along the said southeasterly liue or side of Fulton st; thence running southwesterly and in a straight line ninety-seven ft. ten inches to a point on the east­ erly line or side ofland now or late of Charles lloyt and Russell II. Nevins, distant southeasterly thirty-seven feel six inches from Nevins street; thence running nortlnvcsterh along last mentioned land twenty-live l’eet four inches*: thence running northeasterly aiul in a straight line one hun­ dred and one feet six inchestothe place of beginning.” Also, ’• all that certain lot, piece or parcel ofland situated, lyingand being in the city ofBrooklyn, in the county ol Kings, bounded and containing as follows, to wit: beginnine at a point on thc southeasterly line or side of FuUon st., ad­ joining tho southerly line or side of FtiUon st, adjoining the southerly fine or side of land of Margaretta Duflield; thence running southwesterly along last mentioned land forty-nine feet one inch to Nevins sireet, lifty-sixfeet four inches to hind now or late of Charles Hoyt und Russell II. Nevins; thence running southeasterly along last mentioned land twelve feel two inches; thence running northeasterly and in a straight line to a point ou the southwesterly line or side of Fulton st. aforesaid, distant southeasterly twenty-six feet nine inches from the place? of beginning; and thence running northwest­ erly along Fulton st. twenty-six feet nine inches to the place of beginning.” Also, “ail tlmt certain piece or parcel of land situated, ly­ ing and being iu the snid city of Brooklyn, in the county ol Kings, bounded and containing jus follows, to wit: beginning at a point on the .southwesterly line or side of Fultou st., dis­ tant southeasterly fifty-two feet five inches from land uf Mur- garetta Dullield ;* theuce running southeasterly along Fulton st. aforesaid forty-eight feet eleven inches to land now or late of Anna Miller; thence southwesterly along last mentioned land ninety feet ten inches to land now or late of Charles Hoyt and Russell 11. Nevins; thenco running northwesterly along last mentioned land forty-eight feet three inches; thence running northeasterly and in a straight line ninety-seven feet ten inches to the place of beginning.*’ Together with all and singular the tenements, heredita­ ments and appurtenances thereunio belonging or in anywise appertaining. JJuted Broejklvn, Julv Kith, 1849. jy 16 lawts DAN’L VAN V(JOR 1118, Sheriff. £:< F * * ! £ £ • : COURT— I I I Equity—Edward YYr. Dun- ham, ct al., vs. George JJ. Cunningham, et al. J. N. T a y l o r , Solicitor. In pursuance of a decretal order ofthis Court, made in tin* above cause, bearing date the 8th dav of February, 1848, I will sell at the Franklin House No. 15 Fulton street, in the ( ity of Brooklyn, on the 29th day of Juno, 1849, at 12 o'clock, at noon of that day, the following huida nnd premises— All those certain pieces or parcels of ground, situate at Brooklyn, in the county of Kings, being a part or parcel ot land heretofore owned iu common by and between Comfort Sands und Joshua Sands, tv hereof a partition was lately made between the said Joshua Sands aud one Iienry Sands, the urnntee of the said Comfort Samis, by commissioners ap­ pointed agreeably to an act of the Legislature of the state ot New Y'ork, in such case provided, and with the consent ol (h»; President, Directors and Company of the Bank of New Y'ork, to whom tho suid Comfort Sands had mortgaged his said undivided moiety or hulfpart of the aforesaid farm and on which partition the promises heroin conveyed or intended to be among other parts of the said lands, fell to tho sluirc ot thesaid Henry 8ands, and are designated on a map of the said mortgaged premises, recorded in the ofiice of'the Clerk of tlu; countv of Kings, bv lots numbers 164, 105, JUG. 107. 166. 117, 118* 119, and parts uf lots 120, 121,122, 123, 124 and 125; the said last mentioned eight lots ami parts of the said last mentioned six luts lying adjacent to one another, and being bounded as follows, l o. wit: beginning on the northerly side of Front street at an alley, which alley is bounded on o i k ; side in part by lot number 109; and running thence east­ erly along I* ront street one hundred and thirty-five feet, more or* less, to within twenty-live feet of 'Washington street: thenee northerly parallel with Washington street two hun­ dred feet to Wafer street; thenee westerly along YVater streel one hundred and thir-five feel, mure or less, to tho alley afore­ said ; and thenee southerly ulong the said alley parallel will. YYf:udiington street two hundred feet to the place of beginning. Together wilh all and singular the tenements, hercdita- nents and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining. Dated Brooklvn, June f*, 1649. je5 2nwls DAN'L VAN YODUJIIS, Sheriff. 'I’he ubove sale is postponed until tbe 20th duy of July, 1849. at the same hour and place. Duted Brooklyn, June 29, 18-19 je29 iiuwts DAN’L VAN VOOUIH8, Sheriff. The above sale is further postponed until the 17th day ol Augu«t, 1649, at the snme hour und place. Dated Brooklvn. Julv skull, 1849. DAN’L VAN VOOlUILS, ’ jy20 gawta __________________________ Sheriff. OLD) GOLD, GULJ), ut W.jyL VANDERHUEF’S. 146 Fulton street, as cheap as it is in California, manu factored into all kinds of JF.YVELHY by the most skilful workmen. If tO itP O U A T lO N NOTICE. — Eighteenth street _ / well and pump between 3(1 and 4th avenues. A pelition is now pending before thc mayor and common council of thc city of Brooklyn, for a well and pump on Eighteenth street between 3d and 4th avenues. Thc common council huve fixed the district beyond which the assessments shall not extend, to wit: on both sides of Eighteenth street from fid to 4th avenuo,asv<l in depth one-half the blocks on each side thereof. Remonstrances against the said well and pump must be presented to the common council #n or before the I6th day of July next, as the same will then bc finally acted upon, -or as soon thereafter as convenient. In the meantime estimates will be received for constructing said well and pump. r..t..uly oa JNCL^D. LAWRENCE, Brooklyn, J 30, 1849. jy31 law3w S t r e e t C o m m i s s i o n e r . ORTGAGE SALE.—Notice is hereby given that, whereas Edward Clark, deceased, lately ofthe City of Brooklyn,in the county of Kings,did,heretofore in his lifetime, and on or about thc* thirty-first day of July, in tho year ono thousand eight hundred mid forty-six, being at that time of the age of twenty one years and upwards, make and execute under his hand and seal,and deliver unto JerenriabO’Donneil, of thc said City ofBrooklyn, a certain indenture of mort­ gage of and upon the real estate hereinafter mentioned, bearing date on that day, conditioned for the payment of the sum of nine hundred and eighty dollars lawful money, on or before the 3lst day of July, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight liundred and torty nine, with interest for the sume at the rate of six per cent per annum, payable half yearly, and containing therein a power to the said Jeremiah O’Donnell, his executors, administrators and assigns, if de­ fault should be made in the payment of the said sum of money, in the condition ofthe said mortgage mentioned, or tlie interest that might grow due thereon, or of any part thereof, to enter into and upon all and singular tbe premises thereby granted or intended to be, and to sell and dispose of the same, and all benefit and equity of redemption therein of the said mortgagor, his heirs, executors and administra­ tors or assigns, at public auction, according to the act in such case mude and provided, which said mortgage containing such power of sale as aforesaid, was duly acknowledged so as to entitle it to be recorded, and tiie same was afterwards duly recorded, us a mortgage in the oflice of the clerk of the County of Kings, in Liber. No. 109 of mortgages, page 359 on the*] Hh day of August one thousand eight huudred and forty-six. at 2 o’clock in the afternoon of that day, as by re- fereuce to the suid mortgage or the record thereol, will fully and ut large appear, by which said indenture of mort­ gagee tlie said Edward Clark, mortgagor, as aforesaid, did grant, bargain, sell, alien, release, convey and confirm unto ihe said Jeremiah O’Donnell, and to Iiis heirs and assigns forever, “All those six certain lots, pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being in tlie Sixth YVard of the City of Brooklyn, and known on a map of lots in the sixth ward of the City of Brooklyn, belonging to the lieirs of Jordan Coles, deceased,on file in the oflice ofthe clerk ofthc county ofKings by the numbers four hundred and ninety-three (493), four huudred and ninety-four (494), four hundred and ninety-five (•195), five hundred and twelve (512), five hundred and thir­ teen (513), iuid five hundred and fourteen (514). Together with ull und singular thc tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertain­ ing, and the reversion and reversions, remainder and re­ mainders, rents, issues and profits thereof,” the said six lots being part ofthc same premises which were conveyed on the duy of the date of the said mortgage by the said Jere­ miah O’Donnell and Mary his wife, to the said Edward Clark, und thesaid mortgage being given to secure a part of the consideration money therefor. And whereas, the said Jeremiah O’Donnell did, on or about tlie 13tli day of August, one thousand eight hundred and forty-six, make and execute tinder his hand and seal, and deliver to Charles Y\’. Lynde, of the City of Brooklyn in said County of Kings, a certain deed poll of assignment bearing date of the day and year last mentioned, and record­ ed in the Kings County Clerk’s office, in liber No. 110 of mortgages, page 127, on the first day of September, 1846. at 15 minutes past nine o’clock in the forenoon of thatday, in. and by which said deed poll of assignment tbe said Jeremiah U’Donnell did grant, bargain, sell, assign, transfer and set over the said indenture of mortgage unto the said Charles \\r. Lynde, who is now the assignee and owner thereof. And whereas, the said Charles W. Lynde did, on or about the 28th day of October, one thousand eight hundredand forty-seven, make and execute under his hand and seal and deliver to the said Edward Clark a certain release bearing date of the month mid year last mentioned, and recorded in tbe King’s County Clerk’s oflice, in liber No. 170 of con­ veyances, page 86, on tbe 28th day of October, one thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, in and by which said release the said Charles W. Lynde did grant,release^uid make over to the said Edward Clark and to his heirs and assign?, all that portion oftho said mortgaged premises which is bound­ ed and contains as follows, to wit: commencing at a point on the northerly side of Bush street, distant one hundred and twenty-five*feet from the westerly line of Smith street, tlienco running norlherly parallell with Smith street one hundred feet, thence westerly and parallel with Bush street tifty feet, theuce southerly and parallel with Smith street one lumdred feet to Bush street, and thence easterly along Bush street filly feet to the place of beginning, being known, on thc aforesaid map by tbe numbers four hundredand ninety-three (493), and lour hundred and ninety-four (494), together with all and singular tlie tenements, heredita­ ments und appurtenances belonging or in anywise apper­ taining to tlie said two lots last mentioned. And whereas, default has occurred in the said condition of said mortgage whereby the power to sell the said mort­ gaged premises described iu said mortgage and not included in said release has become operative, and no suit or proceed­ ing lias been instituted at law to recover the debt re­ maining secured by said mortgage or any part thereof: And whereas, lhe amount claimed lo be due ou said mort­ gage at the time ef the tirst publication of this notice is tho sum of nine hundred and eighty dollars of principal and one hundred iuid seventeen dollars and seventy-six cents of interest : Now, therefore, notice is hereby given that by virtue of the power of salo in said mortgage contained, and of the statu lo in such case made and provided, the said mortgago will be foreclosed by a sale at public auction of the snid pre­ mises described in suid mortgage, (excepting the two lots whicli have been released us aforesaid) to satisfy the uraount due on said mortgage wilh interest aiul the costs and expenses allowed by Jaw, at the Franklin House, on the comer of Wa­ ter and Fulton streets, in the City of Brooklyn, on Saturday Mu! 3d dav of November, 1849, at thc hour of 12 o’clock, at noon of lhat dav. Dated Brooklyn, August 1,1849. CH ARLES YV. L Y N D E , Assignee. C i i a h i . e s R . L y n d e , Attorney. aul lawts M O'JTlUiC is hereiiy given to all persons having claims agjtirst Benjamin Adams, late of the cltyof Brook lyn, in thecountyof Kings and state of New York .de­ ceased, to exhibit tlie sume, with the vouchers theieof, to the undersigned Daniel Embury, atthe Atlantic Bank, No. 55 FuUon street in the city ot Brooklyn, or Henry C\ Murphy, No- 3 Front street in said city, on or before the fifteenth day of November, 1849. Dated May P, 1849* DANIEL EMBIJUY. mv8 lawfim HENRY C. MURPHY'. —An application for the pardon of Iienry Uandinerc, alias Henry Myers, convicted at the King’s i.-omity Dyer and Terminer, Feb. }7th, 1849, of petit larceny 2d offence, and sent lo the State Prison, at Sing Sing, for two years and two months, will be made to the Governor of the State ofNew Y'ork on the third day of September next.— Dated at Brooklvn, July 23, 1849. MARGARET MYERS, jy23 Ia\v4w In behalf of herself and 3 small children. £2 OM ETHING NEYV—Thesubacribere have added to their extensive assortment ofSOLAR LAMPS, GIRAN- I)( )LE6, YrASES. HALL LANTERNS, &c., a very superior -tock of C u t iuid P k e s s e w G l a s s , in great variety, bought exclusively for cash, and which will positively be sold aa low, if not lower than such goods ure usually sold for. Our Cus­ t o m e r s , and the public genendly are earnestly requested to cull uml examine before purchasing elsewhere. N. B. YY'e are still receiving quantities of that 5s. OIL so universally sought for by all who give it a single trial. JOHN BUTLER & BROTHER, 111 Fulton, nearly opposite Sands st. npl4 ly PEARL, AND TORTOISE SHELL Card ’-—Hale cheap, by W. J. VANDERHOEF, Watchmaker and Jeweller, 146 Fultons. CJILVEK, Cases, of every style, for sale cheap, b

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