Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1804 February 04
By His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor and
the Honble: Court of Policy of the Colonies of Essequebo and Demerary, and
their Dependencies, &c. &c. &c.
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Notice. - Those who may have any Demands
or Claims against the Estate of Jan Anthony de Beet, deceased, are desired to
render in their Accounts at the House of Mrs. Anne Steis, Widow of Mr. Dirk de
Beet, as Executrix to the above Estate, or at the Secretary's Office, on or
before the expiration of Six Weeks from this date.
Alzoo de Heer Joseph Beete,
meerderjaarig Jongman bebooren te London ter eenre En Jonkvrouwe Jane Ferrier,
minderjaarige Jonge Dochter geboren te Berchem in Schotland, geadsisteerd [sic]
met haar Broeder den Heer Robert Ferrier ter andere zyde, Als mede de Heer
Charles Bean, meerderjaarig Jongman, gebooren te Londen ter eenre En Jonkvrouwe
Magdelena Susanna van der Linden, minderjaarige Jonge Dochter,
gea[umlaut]dsisteerd met haar Voogd den Heer Robert Ferrier ter andere zyde,
welke voorneemens zyn een wettig Huwelyk aan te gaan, zoo als dezelve
repspectivelyk op den 28 January 1804 voor Heeren Raaden Commissarissen uit den
Edelen Achtbaaren Hove van Justitie in ondertrouw zyne opgenomen, zoo wordt
zulks mits dezen aan elk en een iegelyk gea[umlaut]dverteerd, ten einde die
geenen, welke vermeen en zich daartegens te kunnen opponeeren, zulks in tyds
doen, daar en waar zulks zal behooren.
Alzoo de Heeren William Ro[umlaut]hrs,
woonende op de Platagie de Onderneeming in het Canaal No. 1, en John Grant van
voorneemens zyn, binnen den tyd van veertien dagen van hier te vertrekken, zoo
wordt zulks mits dezen bekend gemaakt, ten einde die geenen, welke iets van hun
te pretendeeren hebben, of ann hun verschuldigd zyn, hunne pretensien koomen
ontvangen, of hunne Schulden betaalen, ter hunner Domicilium.
Alle de geenen, welke ierste
pretendeeren hebben, ofte verschuldigd zyn aan den Boedel van wylen den Heer C.
T. Collet gelieven daarvan opgave en betaling te doen binnen den tyd van ses
Weeken ten huyze van de Heeren Seisson Med. Dr. en N. M. Manget, in qualiteit
als executeuren Testamentair, ten einde gemelde Boedel tot liquiditeit te
Alle de geenen, welke iets te
pretendeeren hebben, ofte ver-verschudigd [sic] zyn aan den Boedel van wylen
Leendert van Buuren, gelieven daarvan opgave en betalinge [sic] te doen binnen
den tyd van ses weeken ten huyze van de Heeren Rudolph Oninck in Stabroek en H.
H. de Wit aan de Oast Zee Kust dezer Rivier, in qualiteit als Executuren
Testamentair in welgemeld Boedel, ten einde dezelve, zoo spoedig mogelyk is,
tot liquiditeit te brengen.
PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
The Commissary of the vendue advertises
that by Order of O. J. Laurin Esqr. duly Authorised by the Honorable Court of
Justice of this Colony, and in presence of Commissaries, will be Exposed for
Sale to the highest Bidders, on the first of March 1804 on Plantation
Zwaanenschutz, in the Morning at 11 o'Clock. - The Coffee Plantation called
Zwaanenschutz, and all Appurtenances thereon belonging, according to an
Inventory and Articles of Sale, daily to be seen at Mr. O. J. Laurin's on
Plantation Zwaanenschutz, at the Vendue Office, and at the Office of Mr. N.
Rousselet in Stabroek.
The Commissary of the Vendue advertises
that on Tuesday the 7th Instant, will be Exposed for Sale to the highest
Bidders, by order of Mr. Pantlitz, Executor of the Estate of – Ecrling
[or Eorling], deceased, at the House of Mr. H. Mutz - Plantation Utensils,
Furniture, Slaves, a Horse, Clothes, &c. &c.
The Subscriber advertises, that every
Person which may have Lawsuits or Papers thereto belonging, in hands of the
late Attorney at Law, Mr. J. J. T. Duval, may have them back, bringing
sufficient Proofs and Paying the Costs due to him, on calling at the Office of
the Orphan Chamber on Thursday the 9th Instant, between the Hours of Ten and
The Subscriber earnestly entreats all
Persons Indebted to him to make Payment speedily, of what is due to him, so
that he may be enabled to satisfy the Demands against him. He requests those
Persons who ought to have Paid him long since to take this as a FINAL NOTICE,
as he considers it quite unnecessary for him to make any further application to
J. Gibson, thus Publickly informs his
Debtors that unless his Accounts be settled on or before the 8th Instant, he
will be under the necessity of putting them into the Hands of a Lawyer to be
Sued for at the next ensuing Court.
It is requested that all those to whom
the Estate of the deced. John Loudon is indebted, either in Notes of Hand, open
Accounts or otherwise, will render them to Alexander Wishart, at his House in
Cumingsburg, before the first of March ensuing; and all those indebted to the
above Estate will please make immediate Payment.
J. F. LeBlanc with pleasure informs the Gentlemen Planters of the three Colonies, that he has received a fresh supply of Machineries from England, viz: Wire, Copper, Axels, Handle Brasses &c. &c. to carry on the Coffee-Mill Business in all Branches, and Manaries making of all sizes: he requests those Gentlemen Planters who have been good enough to employ him these many Years for the continuance of their favors, assuring them he will do his utmost to give satisfaction. He has now for Sale, a few warranted Coffee-Mills ready made; his place of residence is on Ive Leary front-dam, near the Fort. Demerary, 4th February 1804.
imported by the Brig Dolphin, Church C. Trouant Master from Boston, and for
Sale by the Subscriber, viz: - Salt Fish, Beef in whole and half barrels, Pork
in ditto, Butter in firkins, Flour, spermaceti and mould candles, Tobacco in
hogsheads & ba[illegible] lamp oil in barrels, paint oil in jugs, kegs of
white lead, tar in barrels, Lumber, clap boards, hoops and other Articles.
from Plantation Vlissingen, a Young red Cow big with Calf. Whoever may bring
her to the Subscriber shall be handsomely rewarded.
Sale. - The Plantation Land of Promise No. 73, on the Pomeroon Coast,
consisting of upwards of 250 Acres of excellent Cotton and Provision Land,
eighty four of which are already planted in Cotton and thirty in bearing
Plantains; will be sold with fifty Prime Slaves on very reasonable Terms to an
approved Purchaser. Particulars may be know [sic] by application to Messrs:
McInroy, Sandbach, McBean & Co.
Subscriber finding little attention paid to his former Advertisement, again
intimates to those indebted to the late Firm of Angus McNiel & Co. that if
they do not come forward and settle with him, at the House of James Lyon &
Co. before the first entering day in this Month, their Accounts will be given
into the Hands of his Attorney without respect.
Landing and for Sale by the Subscribers at their Store in Bridge Town, near the
Stelling: - White pine Boards and Plank, ditto Scantling, white oak Staves and
Heading, white oak Shooks with Heading, red oak Staves and Shooks, clap boards
and Shingles, new Fish in hogsheads and boxes, beef and pork in whole and half
barrels, shads in barrels, mackerel in ditto, butter in kegs, cheese in boxes,
one in each box, tobacco in barrels, lamp oil in barrels and jugs, salt in
barrels. Also articles of Ironmongry [sic] and Ship Chandlery.
Undersigned has just received in addition to his former assortment, and for
Sale at his House, behind that of Charles Vincent Esqr. for ready Cash on very
reasonable Prices, the following Articles, viz: - Superfine Scarlet, Blue and
Green Cloth, ditto ditto Cassimere, fine Irish Linen, Flannel, Military
Shaloon, fashionable Boots and Shoes, and a good many other Articles.
on Board a Schooner boat some Days ago through mistake, a Puncheon Marked I. M.
No. 1. Whoever proving Property and Paying for this Advertisement, shall
receive the same by applying to
Sale: - The Lot of Land on the Correntine-Coast known on the General Chart by
No. 38, together with Twenty-two Prime Slaves; there are now 40 Acres of it
Planted in Cotton and 60 more empoldered and cleared ready for Planting, and
the Land is considered as of the first quality for producing Cotton. Further
Particulars and Terms of Sale may be known by application to T. F. Layfield
Esqr. in Berbice, or Messrs: McInroy, Sandbach, McBean & Co. in Demerary.
Sale: - A Young Healthy Woman, who is a good Washer and House Negro, with her
two Children, Boys, between three and five Years of Age. For further Particulars
apply to the Printer.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 2d day of February 1804,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 2 February 1804, zig in arrest bevindende
Weglopper slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And Twenty-five New Negroes, the names
of their Owners unknown.
zedert den 27 Jan. tot den 2 Febr. 1804.
and Published by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.