Lausanne, on the River Lehigh, a public sale of the lots at Lausanne, designated on the annexed plan, will be made on the premises, on second-day (Monday) the seventeenth day of May, next. Lausanne is best known, in Northampton County, in which it is situated, by the name of the Landing. It is made by act of the Legislature, the present head of the artificial navigation of the Lehigh; being at the junction of that River with the Nesquehoning Creek, which is one of the best and most abundant streams of water,
for all manufacturing purposes, in the County.
It is at the commencement of the Lehigh and Susquehanna Turnpike road; and is in the immediate vicinity of Mauch Chunk. It
is very probable that Coal abounds on the Tract; and its situation makes it the natural deposit for what may be brought from the Beaver meadow mines : being, also, at the base of the Broad mountain, it is the first place of deposit and manufacture for the wheat, which comes in great quantities from the Susquehanna, and west of
it, in the winter season, by the Turnpike. A State road is contemplated, connecting Pottsville with Lausanne, next season. The Turnhole of tfe Lehigh is contiguous to
it; and the locality, for its sublimity of mountain scenery, and salubrity, is seldom exceeded. A Tavern, at all times frequented, beyond its present means of accommodation, with stables, a store and dwelling house, with a saw-mill, are on the premises which will
be offered for sale. The terms of credit will be very liberal, and
particularly made known at the time of sale.
APRIL 5th 1830.