That eligible and celebrated situation for
formerly occupied by Mr. Abraham Hanford, at Hanford's Landing - which combines more advantages as a public house than almost any other in this country.
The Steam-Boat Ontario arrives at this Landing twice every week, and receives her freight of produce and passengers.
A great proportion of the produce of this country is forwarded from the above place. The situation is pleasant, the house and out houses are commodious. Twenty five acres (or more) of land adjoining the above, will be sold, with the House, if wished for by the purchaser.
Possession may be had on the first day of November next. If not sold before that, the premises will be to let.
For terms, (which are reasonable,) enquire of the subscriber near Scott's tavern in Caledonia, or at this office.
July 21, 1818