FOR SALE, That good Plantation, which for upwards of forty years has been improved by the subscriber. It lies two and a half miles south of the Court house in Poughkeepsie, & joins the post road upwards of half a mile, and is little more than half a mile from Hudson's river; and contains about 300 acres; 200 of which is arable, about 60 meadow, and 40 in timber. Se- veral ridges of limestone run through it from north to south, affording an unfailing source of materials for enclosures, (about 250 rods of wall being already reared.) The soil is of the best quality for growing wheat, or any other grain and vegetables commonly cultivated in this climate. The orchard consists of 400 apple trees, in prime order, and can produce  barrels of cider annu- ally. The dwelling house is of stone; has been lately repaired; and consists of six rooms besides a large kitchen. The barn, cider house, and other out buildings, are substantial. The situation on an elevated plain; is uncommonly salubrious. The mere farmer can be told that no farm in this country for many years past has been more productive; and he whose principal view is retirement and amusement, may be assured that few places are more agreeable, & none more healthy. One quarter part of the consideration will be required when the writings are executed; for the payments of the residue with interest, a liberal day will be allowed. Possession may be obtained on the first day of the ensuing May. John Freer. Poughkeepsie, March 5, 1798. N.B. One black Woman about 34 years of age with her daughter 8 years old, and one other black woman 19 years of age with her female child of 7 months old, to be disposed of by the above subscriber.