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NEW-JEBSBr.
AN AMBITIor? RKrrtRD OF ITS DEVEL-
NETV--JERSEY AS A COI OXY AND AS A
NB BTATE. On« of the Original ThJrt^n By
ing Society or NVw-Jf-rsey.
The first Impression of elepance and substan
tiality left by these four volumes vanishes on
the most cursory examination. Their execution
is pretentious. in every way. but cheap: th«» il
lustrations mostly miserably bad. and the ec
centricity of f=pattf>rin the vide margins of the
pips, and even encroaching «P°n th text, with
poor Impressions of poor drawings in orange
colored ink is a distraction to the reader and a
futile blemish. The text is a minute and labori
ous compilation. Riving a detailed account of
New-Jersey's history, politics, social life an.l
economic development- The author has followed
I plan that promised well for the most striking
and effective presentation of the subject He
has undertaken to present the characteristics
of a "dramatic period." as he calls it, or the
special llTiep of development during an era, giv
ing the facts with great amplification of detail
and yet maintaining an historical perspective.
The first colonizing undertaking treat.-d of Is
that of the adventurous Sir Edmund Plowden
to establish Xew-Albion. and the "order of Al
bion Knights" In New-Jersey; but his expedi
tion never even started, and the coming of the
Swedes to the valley of the Delaware Is the
first actual colonization to be recorded. They
soon succumbed to the power of the Dutch, and
the influence left by them soon disappeared.
Similarly was lost the Huguenot influence. What
remained was that of the conservative, land
owning, aristocratic Quakers of "West Jersey,
where the conditions resembled those of Virginia
and Maryland, und of the stern Calvinlsts of
East Jersey, where- the small towns became
"stirring entities with an intense Individuality,"
after the New-Rngland manner. The colony of
New-Jersey received, with others, the quicken-
Ing inllu. of Ge<jrge AVhitefleld's ministry,
and John Wool man. the Quj her apostle of the
abolition of slavery and of temperance— that
man of whom Charles I.:imii wrote: "Get the
writings of John Woolman by heart and love
the early Quakers."
The second volume is devoted to the part New-
Jersey played in the Revolutionary War— an im
portant part, because her territory was The
scene of several of the most notable battles of
that war. In the literary activity of the time
New-Jersey was conspicuous. Governor Will
lam Livingston, a poet and a vigorous politi
cal writer, founded the first newspaper in the
colony. "The New-Jersey Gazette": John With
«repoon. president of the College of New-Jersey,
and Francis Hopkinson wrote boldly in encour
agement of the revolutionary spirit, nnd Thomas
Paine began "The Crisis" at Newark, and lived
thereafter at Bordentown.
New-Jersey clnims the first railroad charter
granted In the iTnited States— lt was Issued in
ISIS. for a "Rail-Road from the river Delaware
near Trenton to the river Rarltfn. at or near
New Brunswlrk" — of course, for horse, not
Ftram power, though the project was never car
ried out. John Fitch. in IT*-'"., obtained from
the State of New-Jersey a right to navigate
Its waters with steamboats, and the next year
carried out the first successful trial In the Dela
ware River. A curious episode that came of
thin and of John Cox Ptevens's similar experi
ment!! In Hoboken, followed upon Fulton's oper
ation of his steamboat up the Hudson, after se
curing a twenty year privilege, for the steam
navigation In New-York waters. New-York
claimed Jurisdiction to the low water mark on
the Jersey shore, and undertook to stop Stev
ens's boats from navigating those waters. A
"commercial war" broke out, and various retali
atory measures were enacted by the legislat
ures. But "with Injunctions and by the power
of their Influence," Fulton and his associate.
Livingston, broke down all opposition to their
plans. Th» canals and the railroads that have
had such a specially important pnrt In the de
velopment of New-Jersey are subjects of inter
esting chapters recounting their origin. Joseph
Bonaparte, the "king who lived in New-Jersey,"
at Bordentown, is described as settling in that
State chiefly because the legislature was i\;illing
to pass an enabling statute permitting him, an
alien, to hold land there- in fee simple. The in
dustrial development of the State is traced, and
the more recent political and economic and so
cial changes are the subjects of special chapters.
It is Interesting to note that to New-Jersey's
dangerous coast line, with a bar parallel to the
beach, is due the institution of the United States
'..'■ Saving Service, through the efforts of Gov
ernor Newell, a member of Congress, in IS4S.
The authors have left unheeded none of the
sallert »nd significant points of New-Jersey's
history and development. The treatment in the
form of monographs or separate subjects is con
ductive to the clearness and compactness of th
narrative: and while the book is not alluring,
through either its literary style or its manufac
ture, it gives a complete record of the State's
place in American history— a record that sur
passes In Interest and value most of the "local
histories."
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(Titatiou9.
rPHE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
YORK by the Grace of God Free »n,l Independent. —
To all the heirs at law and next or kin ot Charles A. Vis
•anl deceased. If any such there oe. their names and
Place of residence " being unknown, send greeting:
Whereas Leonard Neuklrchen ha-< lately applied to the
Surrogate's Court of our County of New York to have a
certain instrument In writing, dated Bth day of July, 1886.
relating to both real and persoi al property duly proved as
the last Will and Testament of Charles A. \ lssar.l. late
of the County of New York, de.eased. Therefore, you and
each of you are cited to appear bef <re the Surrogate of our
County of New York, at his oft cc In th* County of New
York on the Ist day of May. one thousand nine hundred
and two at half past t«n o'clock In the forenoon of that
day then and there to atten 1 the probate of the said
la«k.Will and Testament. And MM* cf you as are hereby
cited as are under the age ot tw»nty-one years, are re
quired to appear by your gu-\rdu.n. If you have one or, If
you have none, to appear and apply for one to be ap
pointed, or in the event of your neglect or failure to do so.
a. guardian will be appointed by the Surrogate to represent
and act for you in the proceeding.
In testimony whereof, we have caused the real of the
Surrogate's Court of the said County of New
York to be hereunto affixed. Witness. Hon.
ri>. S ] \t>ner C. Thomas, a Surrogate of our paid
County of New York, at said County, the «th
day of March, in the year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred* and two. __.
J. FAIRFAX MLAUOHLI.N.
Clerk of the Surrogate* Court.
FCOTT LORD. Attorney for Petitioner. 253 Broadway.
Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
rpilE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
- 1 " YORK by the Grace of God Free and fall* ■■*«"».
To Am.-in.ia Yon Graberg. Franklin J. Blschoff. Ottllle
Paula BreußtnC. Harry A. K. J. yon rankenberg Brne-t
W Btscbod and Henry Hlschoff. Jr.. as committee or
the person and estate of Franklin .1. BJ.tchoff. an Incom
petent, the heirs and next of kin of Henry Blschorf. de
ceased, send greeting: Whereas. Henry Hi*choff. Jr.. or
the City of New York, has lately applied to the Surro
gate's Court of our County of -New York, to have a certain
Instrument in writing, relating to both real and personal
pro.*rtv duly proved M the last Will and Testament nt
Henry Blrchofr, late of the County of New York, deceased.
Therefore you and each of you are .it. to appear before,
the Surrogate of our County of New York, at his office In
the County of Km York, M the Uth day of May. one
thousand nine hundred and two, at half-past ten o clock
In the forenoon of that day-, then and there to attend the
probate of the said last Will and Testament. And such
of you as are hereby Cited, as are under th.- age or
twenty-one vpars, are required to appear by ynur guar
dian, if you have one. or if you have none, to appear and
apply for one to be appointed, or in the event of your
neglect or failure to d-> so. ■ guardian will be appoints!
by the Surrogate to represent and act for you In the pro
te in Testimony Whereof. We have caused the Peal of the
Surrogate's Court of the said County of New
York to be hereunto affixed. Witness. Hon.
: L. S. : Abner C. Thomas, a S-iurrogate of our said
County of New York, at said County. the
Uth day of March, in the year of our I>jrd
one thousand nine hundred and two.
J. FAIRFAX m. r,\r.;nr.i.Y
Clerk of the Surrogate's Court.
rnHE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW
YORK, by taw C.race of God Free and Independent,
to Benjamin Allyn <<rmsr.ee. Ellen N. Warder. Edward
Stuart Orrnsbee, Nellie Jones Kitchen, formerly "•III*
Jones; Kezlah Park. Charles E. Part*. Walter Park.
Annie i- ; ,rk. Harry A. Coles. Annie Boll** Doe. for
merly Annie Holmes Ormst.ee. the name "Doe' being
fictitious, the real name of said person being unknown,
and each and every other person or persona unknown,
having or claiming to have an Interest In the. Kstate ...
l,wrii Currier deceased, such unknown persons being
described as th»- heir* at law and next of kin. If any.
of the mm Annie Holmes Doe, formerly Annie Holm's
ormst.ee. the name "Ikk-" twins fictitious, the real Baas*
of said person being unknown, the heirs and next of
kin of I-'ini Currier, deceased, send prating: Whereas.
Clarence S. Day, of the city of New York, has lately
applied to the turr. .elite's Court of our County of Now
York to have a certain instrument In writing, bearing
,'.,;,. the Mb day of April l-'-«i. and ■ codicil thereto
bearing date the 17th day of January. V.»> 2. relating
to both real and personal property, duly proved a* the
last Will and Testament of Lara Currier, tat* of the
County of New York, deceased, therefore, yon and each
cf you .ire cited to appear before the Surrogate of our
County of New York, at hi* ofDe* in the County of
New York, on the .loth day of April, one thousand nine
hundred and two, at half past ten o'clock in the fore
noon of that day. then and there to attend th" probate
of the said last Will and Testament. And such of you
as are hereby cited. •■- are under the age of twenty-one
years are required lo appeal by your guardian. If you
bare one. or if you have none, to appear and apply for
on* to be appointed, -.- In the erenl '■..'• or
failure to do so, a guardian will be appoints by the
Surrogate to represent ami act for you In the proceeding.
In testimony whereof we have caused the »-.i! of the
Surrogate* <V>urt of the said County of New York to be
hereunto affixed.
Witness, Hon. ABNER C. THOMAS, a Sur
rogate of our said County of New York.
[ScaL] at said County, the seventh day of
March, In the year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and two.
J. FAIRFAX McI.AfGHL.IN,
Clerk of the Surrogate's Court.
■\JI\ToN. SOPHIE E.--The People of the
" Ptnie of Xew York, by the •*■** of God free and
Independent. tr> William Marriott Minton and Jane Mar
riott i:- :■■:. two .' the heirs and next of kin of Sophte
B. Mint de'-ertse.l. send cr»-etir.ir- Whereas '^rife V.
N. Baldwin, of the City of New York, has lately applied
to the Surr'>Rate'« Court nf our i'.-u:.t\ of New York to
bar* ■ 'ertain instrument In wrltlrg. relating ■* bot."l
re.l aad personal property, duly proved as the last will
and testament of Sophl« E. -Mint tat* of the Ountjr
Of New York, .',«•• ■.-■!?»• •■! . therefore you and each of you
am c:t«-d to appear before the SsnTOfljatc of our County
of New York, at his oSca in the County of New York,
on the third l»3 of June, one thousand nine hundred and
two. at I-.-;-' pas) ten . -loch In the forenoon of that day.
th.-n anil :': ' ■■■ to attend the probate of the said la** will
and tcstftnent.
An.l such if you ns are hereby cited as are und-r
the use r.f twenry „ne jrmr* are required to appear by
your frunrdtan. If you have one, or If you have none, to
appear and apply for one to be appointed, or in the
event of ■•■ or neglect Of failure to do so. a guardian will
be appointed by Purn*ate to represent and art for
you in the proceeding.
In testlmom whereof we have cause.! the seal of the
Surrogate's Court of the said County of New
York to !.«• hereunto affixed. Witness. Hon.
[I^F.l Ahner C. Thomas, a Surrogate r.f our i>ald
County of New York, at said county, the 2<l
day of April, In the year of our I*.: ! one thou
■a] i nine hunilr«-il and two.
J. FAIRFAX M r. \T-.;mJN-.
i>ilt of the Surrogate's Court.
Notice of Cmmmons.
gLTKEME COURT. COUNTY OF NKW
NKW TORK Sarah n. Powell, PlatnttfC
Qllberl F.. Orcutt. }i.-iir\ !1 Jackson, Phillip Semmer
<;Ih*» Cbmpanj lUmlt< I] s rroan s Black, Mi:-, i ;:■:
■ . Graci ..> . t-t Ji. Vivian
<;■• r«-- Townsend, Townsend P N v O > «'onn r,
Caroline M Clellan, Mi romer, Mrs. Mill-r.
Mr M .-:• Mrs. Selene. Mrs Heath. Mn.
Bas* ■ m h Worrell, Mr? Winner, Mrs.
: urton, Mr«. Xuhn. M^^ Taajfjart, Mr*.
; v a, M;, Robert* n, Mn Ueyerflel l.
Mr- Dressier, Mr- Wakeman, Mr? - Mir-..
Mr* Beattta, Mr. - Russell .the kM ataeteen
defendant* belni tenanti I wboee
■ hristlan name* are unknown to plaintiff*, .'
achermerhorn a-. Trustee of the Vartck Bans ..r N--.v
V-.rk. Federal Tlllr.* and Slaatel Company, Samuel H
LJbby, John a Roe ■- -• ■ Oeoryj* F Moore. Harrj
W ods, Robert Evans. Defendants. Summon* -To th«
above named Defendants: \'<i «re becebi samaaoasd to
answer the mplaini te tl - act on, and lo serve a copy
Of v ..,r answei on th* plaintiff"! attorney within twentj
da>'n affei t!ie s.-rvice ..f thi^ <innni-.iis. ■ iciusr** of th.»
day ..f servlc* an.l In cast at jroui f»;- • I <~ •'■■ an ■
swer Judgment win be taken asalnst you b] .■..■r.mlt. Cot
the relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated N.u rork, Uarcb 14th, n«>2.
WII-S''N M POWELL. Plaintiff* Attorney
Office nn.l V-M Ofßc* X 'Llr.-r-n. Ro 'JV Wall Str.--t. cor
!!:■ ii Street Borouaß "f Manhttttan. New Y..-k i'lty.
To the defendant, Ollbert E Orcutt: The roresjotnaj
summon! Ii servi : upon you by publication, pursuant to
an order of Hon. Samuel "ii-eeni.aum. one ..f the Justice*
of tald Supreme Court, <i»te.l the 4:h das of April, HNft
ii!; i filed with th* complaint In the ofße* of the Clerk of
t!... .•..;n!v Of N"'J Tork, it tl-.e OosjntJ CMM House, tn
the Borouah of Manhattan. I'lty an.l County ..f New V rk.
Dated New T< rk. April », Mm...
WILSON M POWELL. Plaintiff's Attorney.
Ofßc* and Pos« Ofßca Address, No. '-'.' Wall Stree<
Broad Street. Borou«h of Manhattan. .New York City.
CUPREMB COURT, New York County. Trial
desired In New York County. — Mary r,. Biaualas,
J'lnlntllT ngaln«t John J. Mullen. Francesco Marches!.
Incuts Bossert, U*rtln Paskusi, George a. Lavelle. Jeanta
Moore Simon X Hrrnheimer and Josephine Schmld. com
posing the flrtn of Bernheimer an! Schnild. Tony Col.-fngelo,
William P Northrup. Robinson Stoneware Company, and
John M Bowers ai Receiver of the firm of Hernheimer
iv Schmld. Defendants Summons. To the above named
defends and each of them: You ar« hereby summoned
to answer the complaint la this action, and to serve a
copy of your answer on the plaintiffs Attorneys within
twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive
of the da* of ■enrtce; and In case of your failure to ap
pear or answer, lutlsment will be taken against you by d*
fault for the relief demanded In the complaint. Dated.
New York. January 'JIM. lUO2. CART • WHITRIPOE,
Plaintiff's Attorneys. Otnc«> « P. O. Address. :.!> Wall
Street New York City. S. v. To Ik* defendant, Jennl«
Moore' above named: The foregoing summons Is .-e r -..-.:
upon you by publication, pursuant to an order of the Hon
orable Samuel Urrrnbaum. a Justice of the Supreme Court
of the State of New York. dated March 2lst. l'.«>2. nrd
filed with the original compt-itnt In the office of lbs Clerk
of tbe County of New York. In the Borough of Manhattan,
City of New York, on the 24tli dny ol March. IMC
Dated. New Yoik. March •_•». IMC
\ours. Af- RY & wninui'C.K. Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Notice 3" (Tljanccrn.
IN CHANCERY O¥ XEW .1 HUSKY. - T« the
bondbolden of lbs Tnlted states nour Milling Com
pany — Pursuant to an order of the Court of Hum ■ of
New Jersey made on ihe .lay of the date hereof, wherein
The Central Trust L'urapany of New York la Complainant,
and United States Flour Milling Company, and others,
are defendants, whereby II was referred to the subscriber.
.•re of the Special Masters In Chancery of New Jersey.
to ascertain anil report the dividend value of the out
standing feven thousand five hundred and four bonds of
the United State* Flour Milling Company Issued under
and secured by a certain mortgage- or deed of trust of
May first, eighteen hundred and ninety cine, more par
ticularly described In tbe bill of complaint and decree
'n the said cause, and the amount of the chase price
of the mortgaged property ntrsi—rj M be paid in cash
by the purchaser. Including any additional or further
expenses nt or pompenMttlon to the complainant. The
Certral Trust Company of New York, as Trustee, in the
administration ..r Its trust, or af its counsel, attorneys
or solicitors, and also to ascertain and report whether
the bonds n-cured br said Daortgaai or dead of trust
lairing date May first, eighteen hundred and ninety
nine numbered 'from .-even thousand ti\e hundred and
cne 'to nine thousand inclusive are held as collateral to
obligations, Of otherwise, and if held as collateral the
amount due on the date of the said order upon the
obligations as collateral, "0 which jiuch. bonds are held.
I have fixed Wednesday, th- twenty third day of April,
nineteen hundred and two, at ten o'clock in the forenoon,
at the Chancery Chambers. No. IS Kxrtange Place, Is
the City of .I' i-ev City, as the time and place for the
hearing' of the matt referred to me by the said order.
Dated April 11. !«& joaxra CR —
Si.-. |i| Master In Chnn>-er\- <•( New .ler«ev.
|Jnbltc Xoncca.
\TANTKH FOR I". 3. ARMY — Able bodied, unmarried
\Y men between' the ages of 21 and 3.V citizens of
United States, of good character^ and temperate habits,
who can speak, read and write English. For Information.
apply to RECRUITING OFFICER. 25 Third Avenue. **
Cortlandt St.. 283 Eighth Avenue. 706 Sixtlx Av«nu*. or 21
Gnrrogatcs* Notices.
gARCLAY. WILLIAM 0.-in [.iirsuance «f
an order of Hon. Frank T FirzK»:a! 1. a Surr •«;.:« ;
the County of New y, r k n . tee is heret.y g-ven M til . -
sons having claim* against William O. Karolay. late f
the County of New York, deceased, to [.resen' the sam»
with vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at her pl&c6 of
transacting business at the oflVe or Lester W. Clark. N „
20 Broad Street, in the city of New York. ,n r before
the twelfth d.->y of Jnlv next.
Dated New York, the third day or January. 19">2.
CLARA S. r.XKCLAY Exe utrt*.
TN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Abner
C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New York.
notice Is hereby given to all persons having claims
against John H. Pell, late of the County of New York,
eased, to present the same with vouchers thereof to
the subscriber, at his place of transacting bu»ine;s. No.
.11 Wall Street, in the Borough of Manhattan, la &•
City of New York, on or before the sixteenth day «{
October next.
Dated New York, 'he seventh day of April. IMZ
FREDERICK A. PELL. Kxecutoc.
IN PURSUANCE el an order or Hon. Abner
C. Thomas, a Surrogate of the County of New York,
notice Is hereby given to all per- - having claims
against Jacob Sllbermann. !.it.» of the County of New
York, deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof
t:> the subscribers, at their place of transacting busi
ness at the 0ff1,.-r of Stern A Rushmore. N>>. *> Wail
Street Borough -of Manhattan. City of New -York, oa
or before the l"th day of October next.
Dated New York, the seventh day of April, ISKI2,
BERTHA SILBERMANN. ARTHUR SILBERMAXJ?
MORRIS >SSIN. Executors.
STERN & RI'SHMORE. Attorneys for Executors, 40
Wall Street, New York.
JN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Frank
T Fitzgerald, a Surrogate of the County of Jfew
York notice is hereby given to all persons having claims
against Henry Mills Day. late of the County of New
York, deceased, to present the name with vouchers thereof
to the subscriber, at her place of transacting business,
the office of Sherman Day. No. 30 Broad Street, la th»
ISorough of Manhattan. City of New York, on or b«for»
the 20tfc day of June, next.
Dated New York, the loth day uf December. l!)0l.
SARAH V DAY.
SHERMAN DAY. Attorney for Executrix. 30 Broad Street.
New Yolk City.
TN pursuance of ■■ order of Hon. Aimer C.
-*• Thomas, ■ Surrogate of the County of New York.
notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against
Andrew Shlland. late of the County of N-w York, de
ceased to present the same with vouchers thereof to ih»
• übscriber. at hi* place of transacting business. No. 71
Broadway, in the City of New York, on or before the.
11th day of August. 1002.
Dated New York, the 4th day nf February. 1802 L
ANDREW «HTLANI>. Executor.
PHILAND. SHOEMAKER A HEDGES. Attorneys tot
" F.xecutor. No. 71 Broadway. New York City. N. T.
IN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Abner
C Thotra?. ■ Surrogate of th» County of New Tork.
notice Is hereby Klven to all persons having claims against
«sar«n A. Towns-t.il. late of the County of New York, de
c«h.-<-1 to (Ti.-"nt th«« s;im» with vouchers thereof to the
sub«crh'er at his place of tran.-actlr.it business, at th«
olki of Nash .<• Jones. No. «3 Wall Street. In th« City of
New York en or before th» twenty-fifth day of July next.
' Dated New York, the twentieth .lav of January. ■"'
ua GEDR<;E G. WHEELOCK. Executor.
NASH <t lONE^. Attorney* for Executor. 63 Wall Strest.
New Yi*k City
IN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Aimer
.• Thomas a Surrogate of th*> County of S-x Torlc.
N. tk-i In (•••!-«!■•• «lv«»n tr> all persons harm* claim*
aaralrwt Henry Melr.ken. late of the County of %• ■* York.
<1«-pi»«1 to 'pr*-s«*nt the Mtne with vouchers th<>r»of to
the rohßcrttwra at their plac* of trnn!>actln«t buslnena. at
tho (On of H. II illmam. No. t'j Oiambers street, in
th.- Iloroueh of Manhattan. Ctty of New York, on or
before th* flr*t flay of »vtr>her. IMS:
Dated New York th- lTth <iay of March. »«1
KATE JIKIXKHV. HENRY MEINKEX. CHI III— O.
MEINKHN*. Eaecutors.
11. H. GLASS*. >' - v for Executors. 4:» Chambers street.
Borough of Manhattan. N<-.v York City.
TN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Ahner
-*■ C Thomas, a Surrogate of the ■■*] of New Tork.
notice is hereby given to all persons having claims
asainst Annie E. Turley. late of the County of New
York deceased to present 'he same with vouchers there
of to th- subscribers, at their place f.f transacting busi
ness ,- the office of Joseph 11. Mahan. No. 1.: Chambers
Street In the City of New Ynrk. Boro-igh of Manhattan.
on or before the first '•<> nf October next.
Dated New York, the L- -. .!..•- nf March, IMS
TIMOTHY THOMPSON. JOSEPH H. MAHAN.
Executors.
TN pursuance of an order of Hon. Frank T.
FltzceraM. i ■Hssjßßjti of the County of New T^ric.
rotlc* Is hereby elven to all persons having claims against
Joseph F. Weber. late of the County of New Ycrk. de
ceased to present the ame with vouchers thereof to ta»
subscriber, at her place of transacting business. th» of
fice of Heyn * Covlngton. attorneys. No 136 Broadway.
in the. City of New York. Borough of Manhattan, on oe
befora the first day of July next.
Dated New York, the 13th day nf P^raVr. K»"ll.
l>atea •>" » ». EMF.LINK A. WBBER.
Administratrix with the will anneied.
HPTV & COVINtITON. Attorneys for Administratrix. 131
Broadway Borough of Manhattan. New York City.
IN PURSUANCE of an order of Hon. Frank
T Fitzgerald. - Surrogate- of the County of New
York Notice Is hereby given to all persona having claims
against Francis Bazzonl. late of the County of New York,
deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof to
the subscribers at th^lr nlace of transacting business. No.
110 East 9«)!h Street. Borough of Manhattan, in dM Clt*
,/ %>•« York, on or before the 27th clay of June next.
" Dated New York, :he 16th day of December. 1901.
ELEA.N.'RA A. MATT,
EDWARD J. IIESSIO.V.
Executor*.
XIICriAEt. J. SCANLAN'. Attorney for Executors. 68
Pine ST.; N. T. •
Xorcdosnie 9ah'3.
m TICKMK COURT, County of New York.—
X William O. Wo. '. and Ronald K. F.rowr. as Trustees
for Emma O. Edwards and others, under the will of
Catherine A Olssia. deceased. Plaintiffs, against Kath
ch-n Elm and others. Defendants. In pursuance of a
Judgment cf foreclosure and sale duly oaj» and entered,
In the above entitled action, and bearinir date tr.e thir
teenth day of March. 1802; I. the undersigned, the r«feree
in »nld Judgment named, will sell at public auction at
the New York Real Estate Sa!e*r'»om. No. 11l Broadway.
!n the Borough of Manhattan. City of New York, on the
ninth day of April. 1!« C. M twelve r-'rlock noon on that
'.iv by D. Ph.enlx Insraham A I ompany. auctioneers,
tils' premises directed by said Judgment to be sold, an.i
therein described as follows: All those seven certain lots.
Pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and being in the
Twenty-fourth Ward Of the City of New V-rk known
on a certain map on ttl» In th* office of the Register of
th« Cltv an.! County of New Tort entitled "Map of
Woodlawn Heights. In the 2Uh Ward Of the City of New
v ••< belonging to George Ordyke. Jan;;ar>- 1. V ";
Rudolph Rosa Surveyor." by the numbers one hundred
and fifty-three. One hundred and fifty- four. On- hondre-l
and rtftv-five One hundred and fifty-six. One hundred ard
S«r seven. One hundred and nfty-ei*ht and One hundred
and ri'tv-nine and taken together are bounded as fol.ows.
Beginning at the N.,rtheast.rly corner of Op^rke Avenue
' i vi r .t -itieet (now called Verio Avenue) as laid awrn
"n .all mapT running thence easterly .tonjj Ogg*
Avenue, one hundre.l anJ ninety-four feet *v.n inche,
t,. the westerly si.'c of Let Number One hundred and flfty
moV thence northerly along the westerly J^jel Lot
Number On* hundred and fifty-two, one hundred feet
35 „. .. to Lti Number One hur ss-gys
:; ( V map . ■ ■ "
hun.lre.l and slsty one

- , |b* northeasterly c rner of Vert.
Opdvke Avenue, at '■.- p..lnt of beginning be .the « i
several distances and dimi-nsi ns n _
of New York. _
Dated New York. March «.'«§£ nRK n ,, fTte .
1 ALBERT USE. Attorney for Plaintiffs Number 22>
Broadway Borough . « Manhattan. New York. „.
ThVfo lowing is a diagram of the property to be .old.
The arproxlmate
Which the ab..ve descrl
J'..:il- with lnt»re»t from «» r^ •';,.:. „, w!tn pMsteM
costs and allowance srno, n, !..* ';;»-'„ , th the expenses
thereon from March 1.1 1"- t ■*•'„ . tlx^, which are
of the sale. The approximate^m^" 1 ™ '^^ money
to N» allowed to the P>"*a«rL£??L££ interest Soffl Octo
or paid by the referee Is $.».U.>. *»•"
ber 1. I:Mr -- j hfnr y WORK. Reftree
The sale of the above «%•«*£ S^STtSr^SST^
JournefJ to Werlnesday. April loth. X.»»--. at tn«r
an.l place. ,
Dated New York. April JJ.^ WO R K . Refere«._
YEW YORK SI TKK.MK ' •■"» :v of
T». Ro.a Hh.ske. Plaintiff. -^•'^V.ilSrn?
I'tz and others, liefeidants. In W«jm c . J .J«-
£ v r^f£ a a;^!^^!^he
March. lWi'J. I. the undersigned th « I? er eree m
iu,lgment named, will sell at No 111 Broaawa> In th*
York Real Estate Salesroom. No -. '" iork on the 16th
Borcogo ''^"•"•.i'^^.te. day. by
flay of April. IJKI-'. at 1- o clik. k n "• , directed by
Ail Ikwl eertajn lot. piece or P"^"' IV J 'ii nX....n X ....
!>lr.g »"'« tWng on the so^hrrb
mmm
in /X"- .f th- Register of the City and County of
New York in Liber 2011 of Conveyances. pa*« <*>.
- Dated New York. -J^WfTMASTCN. Refe^
rvBTO DCKB « BATJERDORF. A-t-meys for PUlntltr.
m Wnmdway. N- ■» Tork City. Manhattan d
Th e f 11, wing Is a diagram of the SKT&« ™
*, described ab^>ve. the street number being 31_ West *ora
♦ 2r. 1 Street. ' "*" „
The approximate amount of the lien or charge r»
„,l~fy whi, h the abov, described V^V^ykim »SMjH«
HH^^Fan^al^-a^
hundred an.l twenty-.wo tu-ioa dollars. wMb-latereM from
Starch 17th 10f>2 together with the expenses or tne
The approxlmat;- amount of taxes, assessment, or other
liens which am to be allowed IS the purchaser out of the
purchase money, er pal.l by th« Referee. tw.lv huu
dred and s-venty five ..liars and lntere«.
Dated New I«k ;; hh a |4th JB l9^ lUurCIW : *«*-.

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