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LITERARY NOTES.
It is the season of books for children, and
there are dozens of them, all more or less illus
trated and generally in colors of bright hues
which appeal to juveniles. The A. Weasels
Company have Just issued three volumes which
tell old stories over again, and in some in
stances bring th»-m up to date. The list in
cludes "Told in the Twilight." juvenile classics
collected by Blanche McManus; "Childhood's
Songs of Long Ago." a selection from Dr.
"Watts's "Divine and Moral Songs," which were
first published in the early part of the eigh
teenth century, and "The True Mother Goose,"
cvfth pictures by Miss McManus and a border in
color.
A colonial Tom Sawyer is the hero of "The
Gold ntmhtm" a story of Waddy, Australia, by
Edv.ard Dyson, which is published this week by
Longmans, Gr^en & Co. Humor and dramatic
Incident are generously mixed in the story,
which is written by one who has lived for years
at the antipodes.
A limited edition of "Florentine Villas," a de
tailed account of some of the beautiful villas
near Florence by Mrs. Janet Ross, has just been
Imported by E. P. Dutton & Co., and is now in
the Custom House. Mrs. Ross spent many
years in Tuscany, and resides at Poggio Gher
»irdo. one of the historical villas near Florence.
The book not only treats of the villas, but of
the people who lived in them. Many of Zocchi's
rare engravings of the villas as they were in
1744 are reproduced.
The American Publishers" Association is known
. HMOS the publishers which form the combina
tion by the shorter appellation. "A. P. A." In
commenting on this fact one day last week, a
publisher said That it reminded him of a story
•which Kelly, "the rolling mill man." was fond
of telling. It had to do with an Irish funeral and
a floral offering which spelled "Papa." The in
itial "P" became misplaced, and a riot promptly
ensued. That story reminded another publisher
of Mr. Donley's reflection on American life to
the effect that it was "fight, fight, fight and you
pet killed, and the chances are that there'll be
a ruction at the funeral that you'll be sorry you
missed." The publishers say they would have
to be more careful about abbreviating the title
of their organization if the real "A. P. A. " were
more active.
With the publication of a large paper edition
of William Dean Howells's "Italian Journeys,"
ty Houghton. IGlßin & Co.. comes the announce
ment that the whole edition of the "Life of
James Russell Lowell," recently published in
flmilar form, has been sold. There has been a
particularly large advance sale of the new How
ells edition, which is illustrated by Joseph Pen
mh.
Those who have seen advance copies of Henry
B. Fuller's "Under the Skylight" say that it
will strike home to more than one well known
.member of Chicago circles of literature and art.
There are lifelike pictures of several persons
more or less known in the Western city. Sev
eral of the scenes are laid In the Fine Arts
Building, a skyscraper filled with studios, which
stands on Michigan-aye.. overlooking the lake.
The book will be published November 29 by D.
iAppleton & Co.
Mrs. Alice Meynel". who is now making a trip
through California in the interests of a London
BBBCB-rine; wiii start East in s few weeks, giving
lectures on literary subjects in various cities
along her route. Several lectures will be deliv
ered by h«r in this city before she returns to
Er.Bland. John Lane publishes a volume of her
verse this week under the title "Later Poems."
"You have surely noticed the number of
pocket editions of all sorts of works which Xew-
York publishers have been getting out lately."
remarked one of them. "For a time I won
dered what was the reason for the great de
mand. I found at least one reason the other
afternoon when I entered an elevated train and
round every other person in the car reading some
pocket edition or other. New-York people
) spend more time riding about in streetcars,
perhaps, than any ether city dwellers in the
world, and they try to utilize the time in some
■way. The pocket edition is just what they
want, and I predict a growing development of
that sort of publishing."
En this connection. It will be noted that Don/.
Mead & Co. announce a new edition of twelve
volumes of George Eliot's works with limp cov
ers of cloth or leather and of a size that will
Flip into any pocket.
The name of P. Maonaugrhtan. a Fr.^h. wom
an who has never written before, is the latec:
to gm down on the long B«" of the Appletons.
■which includes such names as Hall raine, Ste
phen Crane and Westcott. Miss Hacnangb
■aafa story bl fntitl-d "The Fortune of Chris
tina MXab." and was published this week.
Many liLiail— have run across old friends In
■ottea whom tfcey had all but forgotten by
reading Mr. Howefla'a "Herofaes at Fletfcm."
•which was recently published' by r Barpers.
Some of them are writing to Mr. Howells about
Jt and thanking him as though he had done
them a personal favor. One woman— she gave
no name— had been again introduced to An
thony TroMope's Mrs. Proudie by reading about
her in Ike new book, and she wrote a letter cal
culated to warm an author's heart. "Truly I
think your bringing back to my memory and
attention these dear friends is a kindness too
jrreat Bar thanks"' was the way she put it.
In due accordance with the English statutes,
permanent memorials of the Knights of the Or
der _f the Garter have bees set up in their
..tails of Westminster Abbey. They are copper
plates of various shapes and sizes and with en
graved designs. To the antiquary, the herald
and the- genealogist these stall plates are of
great value, and as a chronological series of
examples of armorial art they are unrivalled.
The existing plates range in date from the
reign of Edward 111 down to the present day
and number 58t. A series of ninety full sized
colored facsimiles have been published by i-. P.
Dutton & Co. There are descriptive notes and
historical introductions by W. 11. St. John
Hope.
An ironic fantasy by Edmund Gosse is pub
lish- i this week by Dodd. Mead & Co. under
the title. "Hypolympia; or, The Gods in the
Island." Gosse's booK of literary criticism,
"Gossip in a Library." has recently been re
published, with considerable additional matter.
Another "first novel" if to be found in the
_M I books published this week in Hoy Rolfe
Gilsor.s "When Love Ib Young." which is from
thp rresp of Harper & Bros. The author is
a young newspaper man who gave up a posi
tion on a paper in this city to write short
»tori*-s. This is hi£ first extended work, and
traces the love affairs of its hr-ro from child
hood to the one which ended in marriage.
Three handy little reference volumes which
have recently come from the press of Thomas
T. Crowell & Co. are "Handy Dictionary of Po
etical Quotations," "Handy Dictionary of
Proee Quotations," and "Who's the Author?"
The dictionaries are edited by George W.
Powers, and contain extracts from the works
of man; authors of prominence. The quota
tions are placed In alphabetical order, accord-
Ing to the leading word, and the quotation it
eelf is given, together with the author and lo
cation. "Who's the Author?" was edited by
Louis Harman Peet. and is Intended as a guide
%» Uii notable works in American literature.
Docks ano publications.
Tshe RULING
By Henry vai\Dyke
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Drawings irv Color
by
WALTER APPLETON CLARK
The Outlook says:
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I of fiction are here:
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humor, passion and dra
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is strong, searching, mas
terful: the method large,
free, effective/
Otic of the great successes
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51. 50.
AH booksellers, or CHARLES SCRJBNER'S SONS
Her most noteworthy achievement and a thor
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The Making
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By Sarah Ba.rnwcll Elliott
N. Y. Times' s Saturday Review says :
"A story In temperaments which deserves respect
for Its purity and delicacy of tone and the sincerity
•with which it !s made."
The Outlook says :
"Fascinating? in Its human interest."
$1.50
"A work of art is this book — of art nourished by
real knowledge at life. ' — N. Y. Tribune.
TsJes of D\ii\
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The Spectator (London) says:
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is never wanting."
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS,
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See Fagf (14 December Ipsue of
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CUPREME COURT. NEW YORK COUNTY.—
Herman Rut" and Another. Plaintiff?, vs. James
H. Caasldy et al.. Defendant*.— Action No. ll.— ln pur
mance of ■ Judgment of foreclo«or« and yale. duly made
and entered in the above entitled action and b-arlrs
date the 3!st day of October. 1901. I. the Dndersigi the
referee in said juiement named, will sell at puMlr auction
at the New York R< •: Kstnt* Sa!«>f room. No. 11l P.road
way. in the & rough of Manhattan. City nf New York, on
the 2Pth day of November, IW>l, at twelve o'clock noon
on that day, by Jihn N. Or Idlna*. auctinnr«>r. th» pr»m\rrs
rtesciib<"d In said Judgi n( as follows: All that certain
lot. pl-"-» or par of land. «ltr?r»'. ly'.nz ar.l betnx in
the 12th Ward, Borough of Manhal City &t New
York bounded and described •« fallows: Be« nr at a
point on the northerly Side cf I 111 Street, distant on»
hundred and sixty-four feet easterly from the, comer
formed by the Inters* ■ r. cf the said northerly >u.i» of
111 th Street with the easterb tide >-.f s ' '• Arena run
nlr.R thence easterly a!on«r said northerly side of 111 th
Ptreet thlrty-!=lx feet: thence northerly parallel with said
£,%. venue one hundred feel and eleven Inches thence
westerly parallel with said llltl Street thirty-six feet, and
thence southerly parallel with Mid Sth Arenne oat hun
dred feet and- "eleven In * •■- to the point or plac- of
beKinnirs. Being the «am.> premises >- -■'-■• ■ In an i
covered by a certain ::. rtfagc made by saM Cassidy to
John \ hsslnwaJl and Fre.-iTtck d" P. Foster as
Tru«t*eY under the Iji-t Will and Testament of William
H Aspinwall. deceased, to secure $37,500 and Interest.
Dated New York, November 7th. 1901.
RANDOLPH HTTRRT. R»f-ree.
PHILLIPS & AVERT. Attorneys for Plaintiffs, 154
Nassau Street. Tribune Building; Borounh of Man
hattan. New York City.
The following !s a diagram of th» property referred to
In the for*jrn!n« notice of sale, known by the street num
ber 240 Welt lllth i-treet:
The BDDTOXlniat* nrcr-t-r- amount or prior liens on
the said premises li» $37,500. The amnunt -....
lien upon the saiJ pr«nl«W for principal, interest. cost.«.
disbursement and allowance !s S7.4SS.S*. and of taxes,
n«*«ss'nent-» and water rat^s 1' SI.VUS.tS. Ref-r»e.
a sess.nems RANDOLPH HURRT, Referee.
PHILLIPS & »VKRV, Attorneys for Plnintift>.
CnUr:MK COURT. SEW TORS COUNTY.—
Barman naabe and Another. Plaintiffs, vs. James
II Cassidy el al . Defendant! — Action No. I. — in pur
suance" of a judgment of foreclosure and .«.ale. duly mad
_,< entered In the above entitled action, and bearlnii
dat- the 81st day of October. 1901. I. the underslßned.
the referee in sal.l jHdcm*»nt named, will sell at public
Kurtton at the New York Real Estate Salesroom. No. 11l
Broadway In the Borough of Manhattan. City of New
York ' on 'the -"■">' day of November. I«W. at twelve
o - clr«k noon on that day. by John N. Ooldins. auctioneer,
th* nremi»es deacrtbed In said Judgment as follow*: All
that certain lot. piece or parcel of land. situate, lying
,'• belnir in the Twelfth Ward in the Borough of Man
hattan City of New York, bounded and described as
follows" H.Klr.r.tnß at a point on the northerly side of
One hundred nd eleventh Street, distant one hundred
ami twenty-eight feel easterly fr.im the corner formed
by __, intersection of the saM northerly side of llith
•street With the easterly Bid* of KiKhth Avenue: runninpr
thence easterly along said northerly side of 111 th Stre«t
ihlrt* -lx fVet- thence northerly parallel with said Bth
.■■■.,, one hundred feet and eleven Inches; thence
Westerly parallel with Mid 111 th Street thirty-six feet,
and thence Southerly parallel with Sth Avenue on» hun
dred feet and eleven Inches) to the point or place of
beu'lnnlii? Being the MM premises described in and
covered by a certain rnortfage made by said Casstdy to
the UrHte.i States Tir» Insurance Company to secure
137 !VOO and Interest.
Dated New York. November .th. 1901.
l>a RANDOLPH HURRY. Referee.
PHII I IPS & A VERY. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. 154
Nassau Street. Tribuno Building. Borough of Man
hattan New York City.
The following is ■ diagram of the property referred to
In the foregoing notice of sale, known by the street
number 261 West lUtb. Street:
The approximate ospreirnte araoonl of prior liens on
the said premises is $37..V«>. Th amount of plaintiffs"
Hen upon the premises for principal, interest, costs, dis
bursements and allowance Is $7,733.67. and of taxes.
««essmen, S and water rat«a ■.? $1,002.16. Referee .
"• H.\N'.i'>l.l'll HURKT. Referee.
PHILLIPS & AVERT, Attorneys for Plaintiff*,
GUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW
YORK. Sydney H. Solomon. Plaintiff, agntnst Alice
Edwards Jarvts. Defendant.— ln pursuance of a Judg
ment of foreclosure and sale, .inly trade ami entered in
the above-entitled action, b<-arinc date the l!kh day of
January IWI I, the undersigned, the referee In said
judgment named will sell at public auction, at the New
York Real Estate Salesroom, So. 11l Broadway, in th.-
Borough of Manhattan. City of New York, on Monday.
the 2d day of December. 1901. at 12 o'clock noon on that
day, by Samuel Goldsticker. auctioneer, the premises
directed by M.'d Judgment to be sold, and therein de
scribed as follows: All those two certain lots. pieces, or
parcels of land. with the building! thereon erected situate
bin*, and being in the City of New Tor* Borough
of Manhattan, which. taken together, are bounded and
described as follows: Beginning at a point on the
Southerly tide of One Hundred and Sixteenth Street
distant ninety-four feet westerly from the southwestern
corner of One Hundred and Sixteenth Street and Avenue
A (now called Pleasant Avenue;) then;*- running south
erly paranel with Bald avenu. one hundred feet eleven
Inches-ther.ee westerly parallel with One Hundred and
e£te?ntb Street fifty feet: thence northerly parallel with
_dd «"enue one hundred feet eleven inches to the south
erly "lde of One Hundred and Sixteenth Street: thence
'aVterly along said southerly side of One Hundred and
Six 14r.tr- street fifty feel to the point or place of begln
nn- beins l"s numbers one hundred and f-ur and one
hundred and five on the map of property of Mille-d«llar
filed in the Ne* York Register's office as one hundred
g%«gr|£ -"^Mm^. K;fer~.
M 8 C- I S ISAACS. Plaintiffs Attorneys, 27 A 28
SfiwSfeV'^uS&S'&SJ P-P«t3T to b. .old:
The approximate amount of the lien or charge to satisfy
which the above describe! property is to be sold is (I.SOu,
with interest thereon from the Ist day of May. 1901.
together with the expenses of the rale. The approximate
amount of the taxes and wnter rates to be allowed to
the purchaser out of th- purchase-money or paid by the
Referee is $340 and Interest. The sale will be subject to
a mortgage for ?».»*■•.». with Interest at 41-»Ci4 1 -»Ci from the
Ist day of April. 1901. >•
Dated New York, November 6, 3901.
i>aiea r.ew *« ». JULIUS LEHMANN. - Referee.
foreclosnrt sale«.
gUPREMB COURT. COUNTT^p~>^
YORK. — Charles M. Hough, as administrator .
the will annexed of Henry M. I>>;;vi-r. <lecea«4 p.i h
against Jacob Lewis and others. Defenijan*" , tiff -
No. 1. In pursuant of (l Judgment of fr,recios,ro a
sale, made and entered In the above »nr tlt "^
bearing date the 14th day of November I'm? ? '" T .
undersigned, the referee i- said Judgment na4i'»* •■!
sell at public auction, at th. New York Re Eatatr? 717 1 - 1
room. No. 11l Broadway. in the Borough of i, v '"■
City of New- York, on th* 12th day of ' D^en^e?*}?.?
at 12 o clock noon on that day. by James L. vvvi 13Ul '
tloneer. the premises directed by said judgment "t* 0
sold, and therein described as follows: Ml th« .t0 **
lot. piece or parcel of land with the buiidirV f* rmr * n
thereon situated, lying and being in the Tw» nr . *!****
Ward of th* City of New York. Borough of Th7~£ Ot2na
end bounded an.l describ-.I a» follows- Be-nrH^"" I*point1 *-
point on the Northerly line of Fifth Street" dlsUnt'L*
hundred and forty-eight »348) feet an-I - r»tv « **'*
hurdredths (!».V100) of a foot Ea..tward!y (thi"«H ««•
>-n-e to he measured along the said Nctherlv .■" <R *~
Fifth Street) from the Northeasterly «Wae?«aaM*Us
Street and Green Avenue. th»..ce runnir- Vn«H* * Kta
but along a line forming a right angle with .a'rtv y
erly line of Fifth Stre-t one hundred and on. nftn°7 h
two Inches to the middle line of an old ,"oae walL -l. f ** :
Eastwardly. but parallel with s?ld Fifth «tr£>r , her -'-
five ,2.-., feet thence Southwardly but a-ah? «M ?3t7
line form:-- a right angle with MH Xor?*sy S? S *
Flf'h Street one hundred and one <10I> feet V.;. ■■"* of
to said Northerly line of Fifth Street, and then" SS?
wardly. but along th- said Northerly lin» of FTfth ?«t-
Hr. a-lwiv. Snroagh if Manhattan ;• '•
TW fonowin, to rdlagVam »**
The approximate amount of the Hen or charge to
Mtls:y which the ahoy» describe property is to be gold.
la Two. thousand six hundred and sixty-eight dollars a ,i
' three cents 1 :-'- |S>. with interest therein from
Bth Upl asalisr, 1001. together with costs and allowance
amounting to Three hun.lie-l an) keventy-aeren dollars
and forty-thr?e cents tSS7T.43>. ».i:h interest thereon from
I Ith November, 1801 tocethet with the expenses of the saw
?a!e. The npprr.xirr.ate amount et :h» taxo«. aj!=<>s3 m
and other liens, to be allowed to the purchaser out'of
the purchase money, or paid by th? referee, is Seventy
five dollars at- ! thirty- --ne cenrs ($73.31) ana interest
Dated New York. li>th N.-i-.«>nr.ber Ml
WILLIAM 9. ' BENNET. Referee
gUPREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW
YORK.— Charts if. Hoo» as admfnlstratof with
the will annexed rt Henry M. I>>avltt. deceasei]. Plat-
tlff. .-■_'; i < Jacob Lewis an.l others. Defendant! Aclon
No. 2. In pursuance of a Juflenvnt of fi.reciosure an.l
sale, made and entered In the above entitled action, bear
ing .late the I Its day of November. 1901 ; the nad«
sls-ned. th» referee In sald y.niemrr.t narr.'»d ' will jell i^
ptib.'ic auction, at the Nm» Tort P.^al state Sal-s'oom"
No. 11l Broadwiy. in th«- Borough of Manhattan ' Cit- :
of New- York, on th« 11th day of December 1301 'at 1""
o'clock noon on that 'liv by jamen L T\>:is auctlonw"
the preml directed by raid Judgment to be sold and
therein described as follows: All that certain let ■ri~«
or parcel of land with :he boiMtaig erecte<l thensa.
sstuafd. Ijlnp and b^inir in th.- Twenty-fourth -Ward cf
the City C f n>v.- York. Beronka of Th» Bronx- anl
bound-d and Jescri^-d as follows: Beginning at a nohr
on the Northerly line of Fifrh ?tr»et. distant two h?tn"
sr*l5 r *l » nd . " ln , p ' y - eicht r2OS > fAAt aR( I ninety-five one-nns
dredths .!>.>-1.-«O) of a foot Eastwardly (th^ aald t^ivm*
to be measured a ton* th» «a!-l Northerly line of Tif\
Street) from the Northeasterly corner of ? air] fttth *tn?'
and Green ATenti thence ninnine- Northwardly but Vane
ZmZ&SSfe a rtghl : .n_!» with »*" - N "-«h"ly line S
Fifth Street me hundred and one CJM) fp»t two irch^
to the mi.Wle line of an oil «t-.r - w^l! th-nc- EnVwaM
ly. but parallel with said Fiffh Street twenty- Hyp i"'T
feet thence Southwardly, hut afr.iln alone a" line forml^it
a rlsht angle with said Northerly line of Fi'th ?t"~?
one hurdr- ! a"<l one ,101) fe»t two inrhos to sai-i Virth
•fly line of Fifth Street, and th»nc witifaM'y bur
along- said Northerly line of Fifth Street twenty-Bvi «S)
feet to tho point or place of t.pinnlr? '
Dat*d New York, inth November. IC<>l.
GEORGE WADDINr,Tn^^ IA Aft■^^»y £ '■f^ Ji J ,in•^^W i«,
Broadway Borough of Manhattan. C!ty of New Vo-k
The '. ■■■ wing Is a diagram of the property to be mm-
The approximate amour.r of the IMn or chars- to
satisfy which the above r>P ? crir~.l property is to bT=-.kL
Is Two thousand »ii h.m.irM ani sixty-elcht dollars'aS
forty-three cents J5.665.45). with Interest OmnTta
•th November. 1801. toKe; P . r with cr . s;s alloware*
amount:n K to Three hundred ar.i tlshtr-two der«*s s"
l«rn .Nf>%rrnoer. U«il. rotrpther with t>:» exr'r.ses of «h«
sal<l sale. ■ The aprroiimate amount of the tax»s. a«»<<l
raents an.! «tker Beiia, to b« afiowed to the jSttoSrSi
of the purchase moaey. rr raid by the r->f»re. io Seveni
f.ve dollars anl thirty-cr.e cents -J73.31. ind"i-e-e3L
J.»ated Nrw York. lf.th Xorembn m.-.i
WILLIAM S. BE.VXST. Refers?.
gUrREME COURT. COUNTY OF NEW
YORK.— Dartes M. H->u«rh. as artmlafstrafr ....
the will annexed ot Henry M. Leavitt ,',-r^,. P'al-r'
agfcinst Jacib Lervis an^l "thers. Defendants. Actl-a' No."
3. In pursuance of a Judgrr.»n: of foreclosure anl »a'»
made and enterel in the above entitled action bear*-!"
.'ate the 14th day of •■ ■ 1901. I .the lind-r^r^'"*
the referee In saM Ju.iemen: named, will sell at pubV
auction, at the New Tor* F.eal Esta;e Salesroom. No in
ndway In the Borcnteh Of Manhattan. Cl:y . • Xetr
York, on the 12th day cf December. ISWI. at 12 o'clock
noc n on that day. by Jarr»s L. TSV.Is. auction»*r. lie
premises dlrectc.l hy sail Ju.Tcment to be soli, and tier?tn
described as follows: All that certain lit. piece or pan*!
of land, with the buiMlnjr erected therein, situated. Iris;
anl hoir.c In th» Twenty-fourth Ward of •• dry -'
New York. Boroagh of th* Pr.-r.x. ar.d bmmded and at
•crlbM as follows: P.FC'.r.rlr? at a potnt on the Northerly
line of Firth Street dlstar.t three hundr»<i and niserr
elghl 3M fe«t an.i nloety-ftTa one hundred-.ha (95-10 C)
of a fool Eastwanll] ithe said di«*ar.ce to be tn»asur»<l
ni re the said Northerly line of Fifth Street* from th?
Northeasterly corner of fald Fifth Street and Greea Av»
tu»: thence runnlne Northwardly tut hlot.sc a line form
ing a rig ancle with said Northerly line cf Fif:a street
«n» htmdred and "nc (101) fe»t two Inches » the ODI
line of an Id stone wall: thpn<-» E.istwirrtly. but parallel
with said Fifth Street twenty-«ve iii) !eeU t *2* e # *S;
wardly. but sriin along ■ ""» forming »,«J2L?2
with said Northerly line of Fifth Street « toatoa^ag
SCree't/aaa'thewe wlitwarffly/ tart a I on* the «WJ*^j
Street, ar Fifth Street twe.-.tr-flve «23) feet to the 50SS
erly Una of Flfi
or place of b-eirninsr. ___ i
Dated New York. ™*™$~ ™^. R ,fere,
6EORC.E WAPPTNOTOX
•■ Serf
The follow I rsr Is a diagram of :r. Q rr r^r.>
The approximate .amount *»£rjtfff££S&
•. . r s J^gSSlSSiraBS
amounting to Three B?™™^"? JEiTtotefesl
and forty-three « nt *.l; I ", '—-'her W'i-h the exposes cf
SseßSm*nt3 and other _ ltenj_ to ■* £ » referee
*KS New York. 10th x November I^^
-> OF SEW yoRK.-Willlam Bacrtan ]*&££*
mmmsm
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wmmmm
If;.
several dimensions more or less.
Se £ted New York. Sgggg ™%3S%*. g-gS
Th^rolS^a dia^rn of »» -&
its street numbers are i and 6 we«
1-16 Jlercer Street: „ .... ;
Th. approximate amount of the .Hen : « cteWj \",
isfy which the above described I P«>P*£J "he 7th ***
J1U4.2W.11. with interest thereon from U* i:aW «c*»
November 1901. together *»° "-In Novecit*-- 1^
amounting to 5444.73. wlth '"''l**'/ ?£ sale. :»*T
1001. together with the «« >e^___ J % other**
sates: amount of i««*; **!**" _J__T
purchase money, or p«ld «>y the refere*.
"iSSS New York. *55a^«_NSfecKT. r,-~
Proposals.
PROPOSALS will be received at the Bureau
■^ of Navigation,
until V 2 M WV.lne?day. i*«iiw i. '•*■_, .„ at tne
Plication to the Bureau of Na*l S a ion * jerfgg
November Ml 1901- ____ '
. ~~ _«, TTiS 11219
i DVEKTIsn-MENTS and »«b9Criptloas £j&£ £
A received «'«"«•' '''„",' p- «- :

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