Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1803 November 12
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alsoo J. Lilkendey, gevoerd hebbende het
Schip Sophia van van [sic] voorneemens is binnen den tyd van 2 a 3 Weeken van
hier te vertrekken, zoo wordt zulks mits dezen bekend gemaakt, te [illegible]
einde die geenen, welke iets van hem te pretendeeren hebben, of aan hem
verschuldigd zyn, hunne pretensien koomen ontvangen, [illegible] hunne Schulden
betaalen ter domicilium van de Heeren Wortmer en Butteweg in Stabroek.
PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
The Commissary of the Vendue advertises
that on Wednesday the 23d of this Month will be exposed for sale to the highest
Bidders at the House of Mr. Wm Daniel near the Ferry of Mahaica, by order of
Messrs: Brumell, Heyliger & Co. - 19 Seasoned Negroes. The Terms will be
made known on the day of sale.
The Receiver of the Colony Revenues,
Charles Vincent, Advertises for the information of the Public, that he has
taken his residence on the front land of Plantation Werk & Rust in the
House lately occupied by C. M. Overweg Esqr. where his Office will daily be
attended to from nine o'Clock in the Morning 'till one in the Afternoon,
Saturday and Sunday excepted.
Notice: - The Subscribers who are the
Acting Attornies for the Estate of the late William Somorville of Essequebo,
request a meeting of all the Creditors of the deceased, at the Union Coffee
House in Demerary, on Saturday the 19th Instant, at 10 o'Clock in the Forenoon,
where Proposals will be made respecting the liquidation of their Claims.
Notice: - All Persons having any Demands
against the Estate of Edward Wood, deceased, are desired to render their
Accounts, and those indebted to said Estate are requested to make Payment to
The Subscribers requests [sic] all
Persons who have any Demands against the Estate of G. F. Martin deced: to
render in their Accounts to A. Layne on Plantation Pearl within Six Weeks after
date; and all who are indebted to make immediate Payment.
Notice: - The Subscriber has removed his
Domicilium Citandi et Executandi to Doctor Henry B. Gall's
The Copartnership of Wishart & Reith
was dissolved by mutual consent on the first Inst. all those who are indebted
to the above Firm are requested to Pay their Accounts to Alexander Wishart at
this house in Cumingsburg, or to Alexander Reith at his Store in Bridge-Town:
and all those to whom they are indebted will please to render their Accounts at
either of the above places that they may be Paid.
Absconded from F. Krain on Plantation La
Nouvelle Flandre, a Negro Man named Sallet, he is a stout Negro of the Madingo
Nation, of a black skin, speaks good English, and has the mark of an old sore
on each of his legs. Any person that will secure him, or give notice so that
he may be recovered, shall receive a reward of One Joe. Whoever may be found
harbouring him will be dealt with according to Law.
For Sale: - Two Lots of Land in the Town
of Kingston, known by Number 8 and No. 48, with large and commodious buildings
thereon; the Premises may be seen and further Particulars known by application
to Mr. James Wilson at H. Holms's, or to the Subscriber.
Imported in the Brig Tarantula, Capt.
Taylor, from Boston and for Sale by the Subscriber; Boards and plank, W. O.
Staves, shooks and heading, salt fish in hogsheads and boxes, flour in whole
and half barrels, mackarel, first quality butter in kegs, candles, tobacco,
whale oil, Mess beef in half barrels, pork in ditto, iron hoops &c. In
Store, superfine blue Broad Cloth, white cassimere, nankeens, Hyson tea, horse
The Subscriber begs leave to inform the
Public, that having quitted the service of Mr. Henry B. Gall, his present
Domicilium is at the house of Mr. Abraham Solis in Bridge Town; where, or
elsewhere, he is not desirous of contracting any Debts or giving any Receipts
on account of his late Employer; the reason for quitting whose service, he does
not think it necessary to trouble the Publick with.
The Subscriber requests that all
Persons, whose Accounts with him for 1802 are not settled, will come forward
with speedy Payment, or he will be obliged to put them in the hands of an
Attorney to be Sued for.
Runaway from the Subscriber a few days
since, a stout Negro Wench of the Cormanti Nation named Amba. Whoever will
deliver her at the Store of C. D. Forrester Esqr. shall receive One Joe reward;
she has been seen several times about Kingston.
Runaway: - A tall Negro Woman named
Nanny, was formerly the Property of Mrs. Susannah Harriot [sic] and at present
belonging to the Subscriber. It is strongly suspected that she is harboured
near the Fort; this is therefore to give Notice that should she be discovered
the utmost rigour of the Law will be put in force. any person delivering her to
the Subscriber, will receive One Joe reward; and a further reward of Two Joes
will be paid to any Person proving by whom she is harboured.
Drifted from Plantation Park at
Mahaiconie, a Punt of eighteen feet long and eight feet wide. Any Person who
may have picked her up and gives information thereof at the Printing Office in
Stabroek, will be rewarded.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 10th day of November 1803,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
And Nineteen New Negroes, the names of
their Owners unknown.
Begraaven zedert den 4 Nov. tot den 10
Published and Printed by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.