Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1804 July 14
At a Meeting of the Committee
representing the Proprietors of Lots in Cumingsburg, Convened by the Honbl. F.
Kroll Esqr. in the Name of the Court of Policy of these Colonies, and held at
the Colony-House in Stabroek, on the 11th July 1804.
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alzoo Mejuffrouw Mary Smith, Wed.
Steward, en de Heer Josephus Greaves van voorneemens zyn binnen den tyd van 14
daagen van hier te vertrekken, zo wordt zulks mits deezen bekend gemaakt, ten
einde die geenen welke iets van hun te pretendeeren hebben, of aan hun
verschuldigd zyn, hunne pretensien koomen ontvangen, of hunne schulden
betaalen, ter hunner Domicilium, ofte wel ter Secretary alhier.
PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
To be Sold on Saturday the 21st Instant
at Public Auction to the highest Bidder; - The Dwelling House and Out buildings
erected on Lot No. 24 in Cumingsburg. The Buildings are almost new and very
commodiously situated for Business
On Tuesday the 24th Instant, will be
sold, by Order of Messrs. Bruninghaus & Co. at their Store; - 30 or 40
pipes of London particular Madeira Wine in half and quarter pipes, beef and
pork, hogs lard, &c. &c.
On Wednesday the 25th Instant will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders, on Plantation La Penitence, by Order
of Ts. Cuming Esqr. The Cargo of the Ship Loyalty consisting of Porter in
barrels, bottled ditto, bottled taunton ale, prime bottled small beer, white
oats in casks, Scotch barley in kegs, grutis [?] in jugs, oatmeal in jugs,
Bristol building and temper lime, Negro pipes, iron potts, Smith's coals and
wood hoops; and at the same time will positively be sold, the Schooner Lively,
as she lays in this River and as formerly Advertised.
On Thursday the 26th Inst. will be sold
by order of M. Smit Esqr. The Lot of Land as the same is now railed in and
situated in front of Plantation Iveleary, with a strong dwelling house, Store
& Wash do. kitchen, necessary &c formerly the Property of Mr. Wm.
Gibson. Also will be sold by order of Doctor P. C. Mickerts, Executor to the
Estate of W. Stoel deced: wearing apparel, a Boat Negro, a gold Watch &c.
On Friday the 27th Instant will be
exposed for sale to the highest Bidders, at the Vendue Office, by Order of Mr.
P. C. J. van Ryssel, as Executor to the Estates of A. M. Changuion and J. Van
Weerden deced: - Wearing Apparel, &c. &c.
On Tuesday the 7th August will be sold
at the House of Mr. A. Reith, adjoining the Stelling in Bridge Town, by order
of Messrs. A. McNabb and A. Wishart, Executors to the Estate of the deced John
Loudon; - 25 Negro Men Carpenters and Timber cutters, 3 Negro Women, a Punt,
tent boat, tools, wearing apparel, buildings as they now stand in Hobaba Creek,
also a large quantity of green hart timber. On the same day and place will be
sold, by order of Messrs. A. Wishart and R. Stephenson, Executors to the Estate
of the deceased L. McKennon, Wearing apparel, Carpenters tools &c.
All Persons to whom the late
Commissaries for the Town of Cumingsburg are Indebted for Work done in that
Town for the general Benefit of the Inhabitants are requested to deliver them
to the Subscribers by the 25th Inst. properly attested, that means may be
pursued by the present Commissaries, to have them liquidated as soon as they
can. Charles Clifton.
For Liverpool, to Sail without Convoy,
in company with one or more armed Ships, by the second springs in August; - The
new coppered and fast sailing Ship the Loyalty, R. Bailey Master. For Freight
or Passage, apply to said Master, or to
Ship Glamorgan, Thomas Mulloy Master, will Sail for London with the first Convoy; - For Passage only, apply to the said Master on board, or at the Union Coffee House. The Ship has commodious and comfortable Accommodation for a large Family, and the Terms will be very moderate. Demerary, 14th July 1804.
Take Notice: - The Subscriber earnestly
requests all those Indebted to him, either on Note or open Accounts to the 31st
of December last, to come forward and settle with him before the expiration of
the present Month, as he is otherwise positively determined to Sue without
respect to Persons, the situation of his Affairs rendering it totally
impossible to give any longer Indulgence; and he therefore hopes this will not
be looked on, as a formal Advertum [sic].
All Persons having Demands against the
Estate of Hector McKenzie Esqr deced. are desired to send in their Claims
properly attested, to John Ross, or John Fraser Esqrs. of Berbice, his
Executors or to
One or Two Gentlemen of a regular Life,
having no Incumbrance whatsoever, may be accommodated with Board & Lodging
in a genteel Family in Stabroek. Enquire at the Printing Office.
Just Imported from Boston in the Brig
George, Wm. Waymouth master, and for Sale at the new Store of the Subscribers,
on Werk & Rust, next to that of Messrs. McInroy, Sandbach, McBean & Co.
the following Goods, viz. Superfine flour, rye do, rice in tierces, pork, hams,
beefs, oysters in pots, white and brown soap, lumber, red oak staves, sigars,
tar, black pepper, almonds, hhds and truss hoops, claret, Medoc, Port, Rhenish
and Malaga wines in cases, Gin in jugs, Plantation tools, temper lime, hats,
boots, shoes, &c.
De Wedwe: Dirk De Beet woonende op de halve Concessie No. 15 aan de Zuyd Dam van Stabroek, presenteert uit de hand te Koop, de Geheele ofte halve Concessie No. 15, zo voor als agter Dam van Stabroek, alsmeede de Heele Concessie No. 50 op dito; teffens Vier Huismeyden en tien Neegers, en eenige fra[?]ije Huis Meubilen. Demerary den 14 July 1804.
TAKE NOTICE if You Please. [heading]
Hugo Cantzlaar and N. Rousselet both
Attorneys of I. G. Cloot de Nieuwerkerk, and both Attorneys at Law, inform the
Clients of said Mr. Nieuwerkerk, likewise a Lawyer, that that Gentleman has
taken a Trip to the British West India Windward Islands, in hope to recover his
health and strengthen a Declining Constitution, he'll return in two Months.
All Business left by said Mr. Nieuwerkerk as a Lawyer, and delivered to the
Subscribers by him for their Patronage, will be attended without negligence or
delay. They request those Gentlemen who are concerned it Suits now pending for
the Honbl. Court of Justice, a small Information of the Business, only for the
assistance of their memory. The Money received from Suits will be (as
customary) delivered directly to the Owners of it.
For Sale: Part of Concession No. 2, in
front of Plantation Werk & Rust, adjoining O. J. Laurin's Esqr with the
Buildings thereon, at present occupied by Mr. N. Hart, it has the advantage of
the Water Lot, and is suitable to a Person in the Mercantile Line, Terms will
be made agreeable to an approved Purchaser, by applying to
For Sale: The Buildings on the 1/2 Lot
No. 27 in Bridge Town, consisting in a Dwelling House, Kitchen, and other
necessary Buildings, all new and in compleat Order; the situation is very well
adapted for the Mercantile Business, and the Terms made easy to an approved
Purchaser. For Particulars, enquire of the Printer.
VIER DE PROCLAMATIE. [heading] By deezen
word aan een ieder bekend gemaakt dat Ik Adsistent Exploiteur, uit krachte van
zeekere Executone by Non- Sessie van den Edele Hove van Civiele Justitie, door
den Presideerends Raad in loco in dato 29 Maart deezes jaars 1804. Verleend
opeen tot dat einde gepresenteerd rekest, door William Lawson imperrant van
Executie, naar voorafgegaane Sommatie, Renovatie en behoorlyke in erpellatie in
arrest genoomen en in des Hoogen Overigheids landen heb gesteld, de Grond No.
48 geleeegen aan de Korrentynsch Kust divisie toebehoorende aan Pearce Tapin
& H. Rawlins, onme daaraan te verhaalen eene somma van f. 2646 met de
kosten daar reed opgeloopen, of no[?] te loopen, welke voorz: Grond Ik van
meening hun, op Maandag den 9e July 1804, des morgen ten 9 Uuren te verkoopen
ten Raad huize deezer Colonie, op zoodanige conditien als ten dage der verkoop
zal worden verkiaard (by het uitgaan der Waschkaars) zullende de meestbiedende
The Subscriber request all Persons
having Demands against the Estate of Mr. W. Stoel deced: to render the same
properly Attested, on or before the expiration of three Months from this date;
and Persons indebted to said Estate, to make immediate Payment to the
Underwritten, as it is his intention to liquidate the Estate as soon as
Runaway from the Subscriber, a Negro Man
of the Mandinga Nation by Name Sandy, he is to appearence about forty Years of
Age, nearly six feet in height, speaks English very indifferently altho upwards
of three Years in the Colony; he is well known about Town as a Wood and Grass
cutter, and has been lately seen in the Neighbourhood of Plantation Providence.
Whoever will apprehend the said Slave and restore him to the Subscriber, shall
receive a reward of Two Joes, and any Person who will lodge him in the Barracks
will receive half of the above Reward by applying to the Subscriber.
Picked Up, from across the Cable of the
Brig Equator, on Thursday the 12th Inst. by the Crew of said Brig, a Ships
Yawl. Any Person proving the same to be their Property, can have it by paying
the expence of this Advertisement, applying on board, or at the store of
Den Ondergetekende presenteert ter Huur
of Koop, het nieuw gebouds Huis, met desselvs va zy gebouwen, staande op de 1-4
Concessie No. 10 geleegen tusschen de Huyzen van Mevrouw de Wed: Pletzen de
Heer Butteweg, aan de Hoofdplaatse Stabroek; naander te bevraagen by de Heer F.
Butteweg, ofte by
De Firma van C. F. Guntzel & Co. met
onderluige goedkeuring geschyden zynde zeedert den 7de May, verzoeken dezelve
die aan gemelde Firma nog mogte schuldig zyn zulkste koomen voldoen, ten Eynde
hun in Statte stellen, het hunne te betaalen.
As the Subscriber's ill state of health
will oblige him to leave this Country in the next Spring, he offers to dispose
off [sic] by private sale, his Plantation called Leyden (on which he resides)
with all the Buildings &c. on the same, containing 250 Acres fit for Coffee,
Sugar and Plantains, and in the depth for cutting Wood. The Wood Ground named
Berg & Dal, with the Buildings thereon, situate in Coeberissarabo Creek,
containing 1250 Acres. The Wood Ground called Ebenezar, situate opposite the
Loo Estate, containing 250 Acres. Forty-seven Young healthy Negroes capable
for the Wood cutter's business. Lastly, Craft, cattle, diamonds, gold &
silver, working utensils, and furniture, also Building & Mill timber, ready
Runaway from Mrs. Francis Mackay, Relict
of the decd. John Mackay, now residing on Plantation Bourdeaux, in Canal No. 1,
a negro Man named Robin, well known in this Colony, having been for 3 years
past employed in Boats and working on board Ships, he is a well looking Negro,
about 20 years of Age, and 5 feet 8 inches high, stout made and speaks good
English, have been bred in the Islands; - Any Person apprehending said Negro
and lodging him in the Barracks here, or in the stocks on the Plantation where
he may be found and sending word to his Mistress, shall be handsomely rewarded.
Any Person who is found harbouring said Negro, shall be prosecuted to the
utmost Rigour of the Law. Ship Masters in particular are requested not to
employ said negro, as whom he is found with, may depend on being Prosecuted.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 13th day of July 1804,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 13e July 1804, zig in arrest bevindende
Weglopper slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And 22 New Negroes, the names of their
Printed and Published by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.
Saturday, July 14, 1804.
Printed by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.