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FOURTH. — that our report contained herein shall be submitted to the Supreme Court of the State of New York on a special date, which shall be held on Tuesday, March 31, 1863, at the opening of the court on that day at the City Hall of the said City, and that at that time, or forthwithafter, counsel may be heard, It is requested that the said report be confirmed. Our most iconic product, the newspaper, where brands make a statement on a global scale. A world-class editorial environment with proprietary native ad formats that drive impact. In the case of the application of the Board of Commissioners of Central Park, in the name and on behalf of the mayor, aldermen and community of the City of New York, for the acquisition of land for a second. — that the summary of the said estimate and appraisal, together with our maps, and all the affidavits, estimates, and other documents which we have used in preparing our report, have been deposited with the office of the highway commissioner of the city and county of New York to remain there until March 31, 1863. Bounded on the north by the south line of one hundred and twenty-fifth street; on the east, by a line running north to south between Second and Third Avenues and equidistant from Second and Third Avenues; south by the north line of Ninety-sixth Street; and on the west by a line extending from north to south between and equidistant from Tenth and Eleventh Avenues. First: That we have completed our estimate and evaluation, and that all persons whose interests are affected and who may object thereto, submit their objections in writing and duly considered to LUTHER BRADISH, Esq., our president, to the Board of Commissioners, No. 6 Wall Street, in this city, not later than February 23, 1863.

Between the south side of One Hundred and Sixth Street and One Hundred and Tenth Street and Fifth and Eighth Avenues. We, the undersigned, Valuation and Assessment Commissioners in the above question, hereby notify the owner(s), occupants or occupants, of all affected and improved or unimproved homes and land and all other persons affected thereby, namely: As a subscriber, you have 10 gift items to offer each month. Everyone can read what you share. The chambers of the Supreme Court adjourned (under Article Five) until Saturday morning at 10 a.m.