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NEW PUBLICATIONS.
Mr RANDOLPH ON ' QUESTIONS OF AN
NEXATION.
THE LAW AND POLICY of annexation;
By Carman F. Randolph. Svo. pp. *"• --■
Lfoac-uuM, Green & Co.
As an exposition of the law of annexation the
authority of this work is practically destroyed
by the fact that almoet before it was through
the presses the Supreme Court handed down
decisions upholding the test acts which the au
thor had proved to his own satisfaction to be un
constitutional and void. As an exposition of the
jo-called antl-lmperiallst theory of colonial gov
trnment It is Interesting, though on several
phases of the subject the dissenting: opinions in
the Insular cases supersede it with much more
Incisive statements. The book was apparently
Intended to be a definitive commentary, but, even
If some of its crucial declarations had not been
negatived by the Supreme Court, it would still
fail to occupy that position, for it partakes much
more of the character of a lawyer's brief, which
quotes cases or parts of cases suitable to its
purpose, and passes over everything else, than
cf the character of a judicial review of all sides
of the subject. Chief Justice Marshall's warn
ing "that reneral expressions in every opinion
are to be taken in connection with the case in
which those expressions are used" is frequently
forgotten.
For Instance, among Mr Randolph's favorite
quotations Is this from the ROM case: "By the
constitution a government is established 'for
the United States of America' and not for coun
tries outside their limits," and he uses this to
show that the United States can exercise no
right of government beyond Its own territory
subject to the constitution. This ignores the
real point decided in the Ross case, namely,
that federal officers deriving all their power from
our constitution and laws could exercise that
power abroad without regard to the constitu
tion, and could condemn a man and bring him
home and cast him into one of our prisons
without jury trial.
Another favorite source of phrases with Mr.
Randolph is the American Insurance Company
vs. Canter, but he ignores the history of that
case and its point as opposed to his principal
contention. In that case it was decided that
■ Territorial court of Florida (which was not a
federal court, was not organized in obedience
to the constitution or in accord with its pre
scription and was incapable of receiving- federal
Jurisdiction) might exercise admiralty Jurisdic
tion, which by the constitution was exclusively
committed to the federal courts and must be
exercised by them alone within the States. This
case was tried at circuit by Mr. Justice John
•on, of the Supreme Court, who, in his opinion,
declared that the United States did not govern
Florida under the constitution, but under such
laws as it saw fit to impose, and that the States,
the Northwest Territory and future States were
"the sole objects of the constitution." In arguing
the appeal before the Supreme Court Daniel
"Webster made his well known remarks: "Do the
laws of the United States reach Florida? Not
■unless by particular provisions. ... Florida
■was governed l'> Congress as she thought
proper. "What has Congress done? She might
have done anything— she might have refused
trial by jury and refused a legislature." Web
ster won his rase and Justice. Johnson's decision
•was affirmed in an "pinion less positively
■worded than Mi as to the absolute power of
Congress, but not less significant in upholding
the right of Congress in the Territories to do in
one way something which the constitution says
in the broadest terms shall be done in another
way wherever it is the rule of action.
In view of this case it is hardly judicial to
Bay that the proposition that the consti
tution was made for States is not encour
aged by a single dictum of the Supreme
Court and hardly countenanced by a ques
tioning phrase. The imperialists are fair
enough to concede that In many cases the
Saprerae Court, particularly during: the as
cendancy of the CaJhoun ideas, assumed the ap
plication of the constitution in the Territories.
Nor Is it just to pass ny "Webster with the in
cidental admission that he questioned the oblig
atory force of the constitution in California
because he opposed Calhoun's plan to buttress
slavery, when he took a similar position with
regard to Florida in 1828. The same tendency
to Ignore history when it does not serve th»
author's purpose is shown in this dismissal of
the Florida precedent:
After the cession Generai Jackson was com
missioned by authority of Congress "with all
the "powers and authorities" theretofore en
joyed by the Spanish rulers. Jackson was not
affected, however, with a Spanish officer's Irre
sponsibility in regard to our constitution.
though he is said to have declared that his
powers were those "that no one under a republic
ought to possess"; and if during his brief term
he' was Justly chargeable with arbitrary actions,
they are not evidence of a general policy.
So much was this irresponsibility in regard to
the constitution a policy of the government that
v her. Jackson refused 10 recognize Judge Fro
xnentin's right 10 issue the constitutional writ
•C habeas corpus in the Territory he was sus
tained by the administration, and. though the
subject was laid before Congress for investiga
tion, the administration's view was not im
peached. In a letter recently published in "The
Boston Public Library Bulletin." President
Monroe stated that while this government out
fide the constitution was only momentary, yet
under the law the constitutional jurisdiction of
the United Stater, extended to "revenue and the
Flave trade only." those laws having been
specially extended, and "that until the next
meeting Of Congress and further provision being
made, the laws of Spain were to govern there."
When Congress did in 1822 organize a regular
Territorial government it gave Florida a bill
c.f rights, but it specifically voted down the
proposition 10 declare the principles and pro
hibitions of the constitution ''applicable to said
Territory as paramount act?."
The significance and Importance of these facts
In the discussion may be small or large, but they
should be considered and not glided over in a
treatise on constitutional law. Mr. Randolph's
method may answer for the pamphleteer or
th« advocate, but it is not that of the scholar.
He presents a brief for his doctrine of the con
stitution with respect to annexation, colonial
tovernment. executive powers In the new pos
sessions, the right to alienate the Philippines
and the relations of the United States with
Cuba, but hi 3 book makes no impression of
authority, for it Is not an impartial study but
an argument in support of a preconceived
theory.
.4 STRAVGE STORY OF THF PM-T.
HOW THE EARL OF CLANBHASSIL'S Wll.li WAS
FOUND.
From Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper.
Lord Dufferin's death recalls a trance, tru^
story of the past— an Old World romance be
longing to th« Stuart period, when the Lords
c'axideboye. from whom the late marquis was
descended, owned Bangor Castle (near Clande
boye). Killyleagh Castle, and oth?r parts of pict
uresque County Down. The second Lord Clan
deboye who became the :lrst Earl of Clanbras-
Bii had an only son. Henry, to whom he left his
Irteh estates, expressly providing, however, that,
should Henry have no direct heir, the property
Fhould devolve upon the next of kin. When the
second Countess Clsnbrassi'. (the Lady Alice, a
Kister of the Earl of Drosheda) found that she
was not likely to have children, she suggested
to her husband that he should make a will leav
ing the estates to herself and her brothers. Her
husband objected that such a document would
be mere waste paper But the Lady Alice per
sisting. the earl consulted his mother (a daugh
ter of Henry. Earl of Monmouth). who warned
■hi— ■ that If he complied with his wife's deslr*
"he would be sleeping within a month in the
family vault at Bansror." ..
In the result the will was made, the earl aiea
suddenly— it was supposed that he was poisoned
—and his father's will was nowhere to be founa.
For something: like twenty years there ensuea
a contest between the countess and her people
and the defrauded ntxt of kin and their friends
—a contest in which armed band?, M well as
lawyers, played leading parts. Then, one fine
day. a busy little maid, while sweeping the dust
from a recess In the room at Killyleagh Cas
tle, wherein the family deeds were kept, discov
ered ■ large, empty envelope inscribed The
Last Will and Testament of James. Earl of
Clanbrassil." The inside of the envelope was
found to be covered with writing and much ink
Btalne— A close Investigation revealed the fact
that It was ■ duly executed and valid will—ln
df-ed the document from which the missing: will
had been copied. It had been turned into an
envelope and another will written, because when
on his deathbed the old earl desired to make cer
tain alterations in it. and while these were being
made a bottle of ink was upset over it. W n<?n
the Lady Alice took possession of the pew will
she unsuspectingly dropped the covering: onto
die floor, and somehow it had been swept into
the 1 cress where it remained until the little
maid brought it to light again. '
A<» Lord Dufferin explained in the delightful
memoir he wrote of his mother, one result or
the action of the second Lady Clanbrassil was
the division of the estates between an ancestress
of his own and an ancestor of his wife. This
division had to be carried out so scrupulously
that until the lady who was to become his wife
was six rears old one-half of the ancient Castle
of KtUyleaen. for example, belonged to her
father, and one-half to her future husband— the
castle pardon even being: divided.
It may be added that Bangor Is a link with
the monastic life of the sixth o_ptory. and th:
around RtrancfArd Lough, on the western shore
of which Killyleagh Castle stands, are many
ruins of the castles built In Norman times.
.4 MODERN POUT.
Mostyn T. Pigott in The Uondon Saturday Review,
young: Adrian had a bardic trend
And meant, despite relations* sneers.
To push it to its bitter end:
So during several wistful years
He turned out poems, one by one.
All Just like those of Tennyson.
But soon a change came o'er the scene;
He entered a more lurid stage.
And round Dolores and Faustine
His Muse unceasingly would rage.
Two years he turned bis scrannel pipe
To keys of the Bwlnbnmian type.
And then he drifted into quite
Another, a more gentle, style:
He sang of home-hearths gleaming bright
And village maidens void of guile.
For several months he turned his hand
To lays of the Wbrdsworthlan brand.
Reaction fell on him again.
His Must; now took more sombre flights;
His verses told of sin and pain.
Of grey-green days and scarlet nights.
And be contrived to make them look
Like extracts from the Yellow Hook.
Then to him Patriotism came:
When British blood was freely split
Ho lauded Thomas Atkins* name
And worked up a tremendous lilt.
So Imitative was his touch
He wrote like Kiplinpr— very much.
He'd not too tar— l told him that
As plainly as a man could tell—
And so I slew him where be sat
And hissed above him as he fell,
•■No more shall poor old Pegasus
I?e harnessed to a Pirate Bus!"
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Write for illustrated literature. „.-,,-,-,-« r
LEEDS & I.IPPINCOTT.
HOTSSI. DE^IWST^
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Beautifully situated, directly facing th» ocean. iMTKt
Sun Parlors at end of hall on each sleeping floor, over
, loklnjt the sea. New private baths containing hot ana
COM sea and fresh water. All Golf privilege* T .^?T'5 l '' t
mailed. WALTER .1. 7. in . .
THE MOST REASONABLY PRICED
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140 room." In the Hotel, from
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'. TTKitE GfldDlLl!iS]lHlllilElSS"ir ?
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'. unolttrurted view Open tbrqUßbout the year. Write for
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' HENRY PARNELL.
ATLANTIC CITY.
OPEN ALL TUB TEAR.
i One cf the best equipped Hote>. Si»am heat. elevator!
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! MR?. N. R. HAINES.
1 Owner and Proprietor.
I— _ .
©/4\[S!_s[l__ [KIdDITEfL.
! THE ONLY HOTEL IN ATLANTIC CITY WITH WHITE
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NOW OPEN.
I H. .T. PEARSON. Hotel Netherlind. New YorV £*cr»
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ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
OCEAN FRONT Capacity SOQ. S»a and freeh water
j rath*. Or^h'-.--tr». New York booking otjlce. 3 Pnrk PIT".
; 12 to 3;30 P. M. Hotel Imperial parlors. 3:30 to 8 P. M.
I CMAS. R. MTEB3.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Heat«d Sun Parlor directly over Boardwalk Porches
1 00 a level with and Joined to Boardwalk. Sea and fresh
j jrlvate bathe. Golf privilege:..
j JQSIAH WHITE & SONS.
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I . . __,
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ON THE BEACH.
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JAMES B. KEILLY. j
""" DO(S)TriEIU D_ZA\lLllD(_!l^
OCEAN END ST. CHARLES PLACE,
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LrUUy v ____ LID Ls. Uu LF_ Ls. LL. I__ v
ON THE OCEAN FRONT, KENTUCKY AYE.
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Routh Carolina Aye. and Beach. Atlantic City. N. J.
Convenient to Piers and Boardwalk. Capacity 400. Rooms
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I Invent; - Musical Trio enlaced. Special spring rates.
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: Monday. $4.<X>. Write for booklet and terms. .
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Finest loca-tlon. Special S] i- .: rates.
JA>'iiS M. MOORE.
4 TLANTIC CITY'S newest and raost magnificent hotel, j
i ■" MARLBOROUGH BOUSE.
'• Private baths with every room or suite. Capacity <>OQ. ]
1 Entire block on Ocean front. Booklet
K'Siah WHITE * SONS.
Also proprietors H0t.,1 Luray. Atlantic City.
HOTEL TRATMORE,
ATLANTIC CITT. N J.
Ocen all year. Hot and COM sea-water baths. Booklet.
: Golf privileges. TRAYMORB HOTEL COMPANY,
HOWARD WHITE. Jr.. Manager.
D. E. WHITE". President.
BLEAK HOUSE.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
"It won't Burn "
Directly on the Ocean front. Strictly European plan.
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Luxuriously appointed. Booklet mailed.
GEO. H. CORYELU
HOTEL NEW ENGLAND.
South Carolina Aye. and th« Beach.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
New modern high-class hotel, with capacity of 35a '
Rooms en »utte. with private bath, elevator, sun parlor,
etc Excellent cuisine. Unquestionably the finest location.
EDeoliil Spring rates; $10 and upwards weekly. Write for
Booklet. BRYAN & WILLIAMS.
HOTEL STRATFORD.
Ocean front. Kentucky Aye.. Atlantic City. N. J.
Under new management.
European plan. $2.60 to $3.00 per day. Special weekly I
! rates. Steam Heat. Elevator. Sun parlor. Send for Boo*- ;
leU ARNOLD W. WALDNER.
HOTEL STICKNET. Kentucky Aye. and Beach.
Atlantic City, N. J. Sun parlor. Elevator. $2 dally,
I $& to $12 weekly. Booklet. L. V. STICKNEY.
THE SHELBURNE.
Atlantic City. N. J.
Directly on the ocean front. Always OPEN. Large ,
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■ Bend for booklet. . R. E. R. RAMSBY. I
• THE LORAINB. — the Beach. St, Charles Place, I
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1 elevator. Sieclsi Spring rates. Booklet.
SAM'L WAGNER 4 SON. j
_____ — _. • I
.TTOTEL RICHMOND. .r ' I
■JdL Kentucky Aye. and the Beach. Atlantic City. N. 3.
Capacity 300. Steam heat, elevator, etc. Write for
ferine terms and booklet.
JENKINS _ BRUCE.
Spring Rcsoris.
>E\V-JERSEY.
YEW BRICK EOSCOBEU
\ BOTH" March 26th.
~7 ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
\>— throughout. Every modern appointment, Private
and pub'.ic baths. Elevator. Capacity. JfSO. Illustrated
booklet. A. E. MARION.
THE AI.TSKMAIILr. i/-'_
VlrKinla-av.. near Reach and Piers,
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
An eleea-.t. modern hotel, new throughout. Capacity
<(Vi Offers superior accommodations at sped*] Spring rate
of 1$ $10 Jl- and in weekly, for large, sunny rooms,
and excellent cuisine. Conta'rs elevator, private baths,
■team heat beautiful sun parlors and every comfort,
Orchestra. haoKlet mailed. y p
THE KITTENHOUSE.
»>_ j ers ey Aye and the Eeach. Atlantic City. N. J.
NEW strictly high- (las?, refined hotel. Cuisine nnd
nervice 'unsurpassed by any hotel here. Special spring
rates $1" to *I*. Saturday to Monday. $4 (not Eusur).
■•-'. rooms bath en suite; elevator to street. Send for
HONEST booklet. H. G. HAI.I.I.V^KR.
HE RUNNYMKHEI.
L Park Place, near Beach: entirely ne— : open all th»
year- elevator: steam heat; Sun Parlor; private baths:
14th '" aS ° n - Mr*. I. McIE.WA.N-.
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XTITW YOUK SUPREME COURT. COUNTY
" OF NEW YORK.— Frederick A. O. Sch»ari, plain
tiff, against German American Ueal Estate Title Guar
antee Company arid others, defendants. Action No. 3.
In pursuance of a. Judgment of foreclosure un 1 talc, duly
mace and entered in the, above entitled action, a:; bear-
Ing date the Hth day of .Mar.l.. 1902. 1. the under.l.srneil,
the referee In *a!d judgment named, will sell at public
auction, at the New York Keil Estate Salesroom. No. 111
Broadway. in the Borough of VUniuttan. County of New
York, on the 11th day cf April. l:nV_. at twelve o'clock
noon on that day, by Peter F. Meyer, auctioneer, Ike
premises directed by salii judgment to be sold, an.l therein
described as follows: A.I that certain lot. piece ur parcel
of land, situate, lying and being in the Borough of Man,
hattan. City. County and Stare of New- York, boundtd at
follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the Northerly
If arc closure Sake.
side of One Hundredth Street, distant two hundred anrl
two feet westerly from the nortt westerly comer of One
, Hundredth Street and L«xing:m» Av«r.u«. running tlunri
I northerly and parallel with Laxington Avenue, and part of
the distance through a party wall, one hundred feet and
eleven Inches, thenca wastarlv and parallel with On»
Hundredth Street twenty-five feet and six inches the-r.
southerly and parallel with Lexington Avenue, and narr
of the dlstanct through a party wall, one hundred f»»»
and eleven laches, •■■> the northerly sld* of One Hut
dr«dta Street. anJ thence Easterly an* alone th» Mm
twenty-five feet an.l "ix inches, to the place of beginning
D_i»d N»w York. March 17 1002. '^"" s -
ADRIAN" H. LARK". Referee
1 HATCH. DFBEVOISE & COLBY. Attcrreys for PTaintl-
No. 40 Wall Str»»t. New York City. * — «-.
The fallowing Is a diaimm ot th* property to be mm
; Its street number Is 113 East 100-.h Street: TOI<I -
The approximate amount of th* lien or chits* to tatlafV
! which the above described proper*:.- la to tie sou is
|20.f5>*.33. with interest thereon from the 10th day of
, March. 1902. together with costs and allowances amount-
I ing- to 354. 60. with Interest thereon from March 11th
i 19U2. together with th« expenses of too sal<. The apl
proximate amount of taxes, assessment*, or other liens
I which are to be allowed to the purchaser out of f)i« pu r
, chase money, or paid by the referee. l» $317.33 and Interest.
Dated New York. March 17. 1902.
j ADRIAN H. LARKIX, Referee.
vf:w YORK SUPREME COURT, COUNTY
j of New York. — EHza M. Ztrtga. Louisa A. Barnard
John A. Zerega and George T. Zareaa. a.a trustees un*j
: the last will and testament of Augustus Zerega. deceases
Plaintiffs, against Amelia Levy. Individually an..! as a __
1:: -r.:»:ratris of the goods, chattels and cr«diu of _,Braha:n
! Levy', deceased, and others. Defendants. In pursuance of
i a jiirtirin?nt of foreclosure and sal«. duly road; and entered
i in the above entitled action, bearing data the 6th day 0'
; March. 19ft-. I. '"• underslsrned. the Referee lr. said Judff
merit named, ■will sell at public auction, at th« New York
Real Estate Salesroom. v.. 111 Broadway, in the Borough
i of Manhattan. City of New York, on tha Sth day of April
:>c at 12 o'clock noon, on that day, by William it"
j Ryan, auctioneer, the? premises directed ny 3aid j . !gmer. ;
to be sold, and therein described as fellows: "All that
certain lot. piece- or parcel of land with the buildings
an 1 Improvements thereon situate, lyin* and being in ths
City of New York. Borough of Manhattan, and known a.i
No. 212 East One-hundred-and-twenty-seventh street, and
bounded and described as follows: Besinninir at a point
on the southerly side of said One hundred and I •. -
I enth Street, distant one hundred and eighty feet (I*o f;.>
easterly from ;he Intersection oS th* said southerly fen*
! r>f ?aM One-hundreil-and-twenty-seventh street with th*
easterly tin- of Third Avenue: thence »outher!y and par
allel with Third Avenue ninety-nine feet eleven inches
( .'•■.! ft. 11 In.l to the middle line cf the block; theae*
westerly clong said middle line twecty-el&ht feet eight an.!
a half inches (28 ft. S"-i in to a point opposite the centr*
of a party wall between the premises hereby conveyed
and other prrtnta—i of the party of the first part adjoin
ing on the west; thence northerly a^.iin paral>! to Third
Avenue and part ol ths way throush th» miidle of gait
party wall ninety feet clave* Inches iM ft, xi la 1
I to the southerly «lde of mM One-hnndren-an.i-twenty-s*-
' enth Street, and thence easterly Sk>n. the said southerly
F!ile of ?ald street twenty-eisfit feet eight and aha ir.c^ie*
! (2S ft. s-~ ln.> to the point or olace of befr:nn:ne. b9 _•
j said yeveral dimensions nor* or les?."
Dated New York. March 10th I9€_
WILLIAM P. BURR. Refers*
MUF.P.AY. BENNETT .x !>«ERdOLL. Attorneys fs.
Plaintiff.*. Jfoe. IR-22 William Street. ro^i of
Manhattan. New York City.
The following is a diagram of th» property to be MM
as described above, the street number belns 212 Eaat
127 th Street.
I The approximate amount of th* Hen or charge to sat-
I !sfy which the above described property Is to be gold 1.1
■ $17.150 93, with interest thereon from the 23ta day of
I February. VMC. together wtth costs and allowance an-.ouaf
1 ing to $431 _5. with intere»: from March, «>:h. I»'>2. tagsthas
j with the *xpens?s of the sale. The approximate in ant
; of taxes. ».-i:e-smeni. and: water rates, or other l!»n?,
I which are in, be allowed to the purchaser out of -* pur—
I ch;i»e nionev. or paid by the Ref»r»e. la ? 1,391 37. and
1 interest th'-reon.
■ Patel New- York. M^rch l<>th. 190.
: WILUAiI P. BURR. Referee.
VBW YORK SUPREME COURT. County of
"*" New York. — The New York Savings Bank. RatnttOft
azr.ir.tt Stephen Talberl and others. Defendants. — In pur
tnancfl cf a Jodg— «nt of Foreclosure and. Sale, fuly mads
an<i entered In the above entitled action. taring dare '.he
U1 . .;■ -if Starch. 130?. T. th© undersigned. t?i» Referee
in said jud~ne_t named, will sell at Public Auction, et
the x.-.--- Tort R»al Estate Salesroom. No. 11l Broaixay.
in th» Borough of Manhattan. City of N«— York, on fli»
13;h Cr%y of Apn!. 1302. at 12 o'clock noon, on that ciy.
I-.v John T. Boyrt Auctioneer. UM prcmlsea directed cr
sail judgment tQ be soli, and therein de.- :ri": -ii as follows:
.All mat certain piece or parcel 0' land, with t^e bsfldUga
UMC«oa er-: i situate, lying and being in th» TweKtn
Ward of the City of Nci- York, tounded and described as
foOft-t r. viz.: n*g!=r.!n? at a point the Northerly KM
or One hundred and twe_ty-sxth Street distant rw. B-jn
dr-d ar.d seventy-one feet six Inches Easterly frora :te
corner formed by tha Intersection of the Easterly side «
Third Av°=u- with t_e Northerly ----- of One hundred ana
twer.ty-ssxth Street; running thence Northerly ar.d para;*?!
with t_a Third Avenue n:ne:y-nlne let and eleven tnc..^
to the centre ]!rj» of the b!o<-k between ona hunlrel ar.l
twenty-sixth and One hundred and twenty-seventh s^reer.,-.
ther.ce Easterly a;.-. tha same thlrty-threa fe«t and *"*
inches ro the c»n:re n-e r ,j ,»., fclock between t&e
an* Third Ax-enuej- thence Soutoerly along- th<» »a— * an..
parallel with Third .v.=:.. ci=ery-ai=e feet c.even toaS
to th« Northerly side cf Ona hundred and t-enty-stsJ
Street aforesaid; and then Westerly a. .as OH tax*
thirty-thre» feet and six inches to the point or D ia-. er
b«str.r.ln». Subject to coT«r.ant» againsr nu!w.c«s eos
til_ed la a deed recorlsd in the Re.litar s Office of tm
County of New York, in Liber «1 of Ccn'.eyanc-?:?. page 2.
Dated, New York. March 21.- l»\ _,_,_._,_ _„,..„
VICTOR W. HLSUERFOBD Eeferee
JOHN WEBBER. Attorney (of Plaintiffs 7 ? -»~*~vi
Street. Borough at Mash-tun. City cf S«- J ?.-"
The followir.s Is a diagram of t6« property t^N» «^«
„ described ahore. tha -tr-et aosefesi bei=? -*'• -'■'-
The approxirr. .:> amount .' the Uaa or :/.ir^ t ».;-.■
' -
...
T . «(7T
-
-
SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW
10 YORK.-New York Security and Trust ©""fSft^J
twxmm cf and under tbo Ust will and "s"^":,^ ™g
Duffy. deceased. plair.Uff. against fcus_p 'J****** .££
others, defendants. In pursuance of a *"*Sg!?__w»2»
c:osur« ar.a sale, .-.: v made and ent«r«d in iha »»«»« •"
titlel action, and bearing date tUa thirteenth .lay
January. iaO2. I. tha uniier.iKned. the refereo .n »ta
ju*l»roent named. wUI sell at pu-Uc auc;wu»: tl *l_ .Jl
York l:eal Estate salesroom. No. lit Br-.'a.lwa>, In »•
Borough of Manhattan. City of New York, on the MS W
cf April. lOt'2. at 12 o'clock r.ocr. on tnii «--J. B > £ c '_'
F. Meyer, auctlonjer. the premises directed *y sili^d?
men: to be sold, ar.l therein d«-cribed a> rohows: vlw- »*
those two certain lota, pieces cr parcels cf land W»
IT'.'S .■ i beln> formerly in the Town of •■ Coun^
Of Wes:ches«r. but now in tha Twenty-faurth J^ard £
the City and County of New- York, deslspte.i on a cer
tain map on flla in th« Register's Ote o( tl* »•'
County of WestcneMW. entitled "Ma No. S^IS^SS
situate In the Town of Tanker-. Westche-tsr Com its, >'~
York, belorginz to Charles Dark*. 1 drarv.: J. Iy -. i-^.
by A. IV i.-1 >: Ewen. City Surveyor?. >«* T'-fo"
Lots Numbered 106 (On* hundred and ?:x> »°f "£»
hundre.l and seven), which -said two lots ot land taKeri
together are bounded and of the
viz.. on th- Northwest by Lot N>. LoS fOno _^g*^
eight) on sail map. on th« Northeast by a f™%^*
as laid out and shown on *_id map. «*«***"*S2__S!S.__
width, •xte-dtos from the roacJ leading from Kir^s »"«•
t.» W ; llliarr.sbHdße, Northweaterl? I r £*a
«ira fy, on the southeasterly by said road ] e3>^,, rf b i
Khißsbrici** to Wt!iiamsbrid?e. and on th* SouthwMt «r
lot No. 103 (One hundred arvl five.) on said map. W"
remises hereby conveyed beins fifty feet fe> width on
th« Northwesterly iide, one hundred and . n ve ff« «
length on the said lane or Northeasterly *"*?•
feet ami two Inches in wt*h on the said road or ?'»"
easterly side and nmety-four feet in aneth on th« g«fflr
westerly side, be the sai.l R-renii distances ani Jimen
■loiui more or tea-. .2> All that certain ho^-' ""vnrk
of land in the l=th Ward et saiJ City oi Kj^g*
be-!nnin« at a pofctf on UM Es_K__l I ______
£^ ■ $
theace Southerly ; . J
Are fee! thence Westerly |
Street Btaety-two Mcl sever. »nd l » lncl *~ r .*"?' i H r road
and then, « xCrtheriy aloa* 1
. .
NeW Y ° rk - MarCh Referee
HORNBLOWEH. BYRNE. MILLER * ' ' TE^ M^
tome for Plaintiff. S<> Broad St.. Borough cf Man
Ti'e^:i'..v; :i ,'^Vi.]Jxr,^ of the property tc » be
as described abnve. Said, premises hays no street num
bers:
The appioximate amount of the Men or charge to " i i"^*
which the above described properties are to .£» s °'',,L
$5 ;.,i Xl-int». with Interest thrrecn Not." Decemo«r H»
loi-il. together with costs and allowance amouatins w
$31355- 10* and the expenses of the sale. The a f°\* ?__
scribed premises will be sold separately <a Parcel. a* in
dicated on above diagrams. The approximate amount M
Uses, assessment? and water rates or other •!«*," r
allowed to the purchaser out of the purchase MM*
piid by the referee are: On Pare*! marked A. ' ~*"gg
and interest; on Parcel marked -B." $6d4.!<4 and >"|«*«gj
on Panel mark-,! 'C." 8334 7» and toterest. Parcel
marked -C" i« to be so: ! subject to a first £™*f** e 3 [
$10 frt>. with Interest thereon at 5 per cent from ■ au_-j«
];■ 1900. Said mortgage is due February Ist. 1J"»
bated New York. March UK^Mg. .^^ Rff^

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