Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1804 September 22
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
On Wednesday the 26th Inst. will be sold
to the highest Bidders, at the Vendue Office; - 100 boxes mould candles, 100
barrels beef, 100 barrels pork, 50 cases of sweet oil, 6 Hogsheads of Tobacco
On Friday the 28th Inst. will be Sold to
the highest Bidders, by Order of Messrs. John Madden & Co. at their Store.
- 20 Pipes of Madeira Wine of the first Quality.
On Tuesday the 2d of October, will be
Exposed for sale on the American Stelling, by Order of J. Northey Esqr. - One
Hundred barrels of Pork.
On Monday the 8th of October, will be
Exposed for sale to the highest Bidders, at the Vendue Office, by Order of
Lachlan Cuming Esqr. Executor to the Estate of Wm. Bow deceased. - A good
Carpenter Negro, a chest of Carpenters tools and a Trunk of Wearing Apparel,
likewise a few Field Negroes.
On Tuesday the 9th October, will be
Exposed for sale to the highest Bidders, at the House of the Orphan Chamber of
this Colony; - A very fine parcel of Goods, viz Furniture, cloaths, gold and
silver watches, raw diamonds, fine ready made linen, feather beds, German,
English, French, Dutch and Italian books, Negroes, and what further will be
offered on the day of sale.
To be disposed of by Private Bargain,
several Carpenter Negroes and a Young Woman (a Washer & Ironer,) also the
half Lot No. 6 and Buildings thereon in Kingston; if not disposed of before the
20th October next, they will be sold at Public Vendue. Terms may be known on
application to either of the Subscribers, who are fully authorised to conclude
Weggeloopen een Negerjongen genaamt
Cornelis, zynde kort, dik, swart en glad van vel, houd zich naar gissing op,
omme of by het Fort Willem Fredrik. de geenen die dezelve mogt opvangen en by
den Drossaart in bewaaring stellen, of by den ondergeteekende bezorgen, zal
genereus beloond Worden.
This is to give Notice to all Persons
concerned, that John Sargant of the Island of Barbados, hath superceded his
Power of Attorney held by Richard Keene Austin, and hath in his place &
stead, appointed Jacob Lewis as pr. Power on Record in this Colony, and that
therefore said Austin hath had no Power to bind said Sargant by his signature,
since the 28th of last Month August. - All Persons holding Debts or Claims on
which said Sargant is liable, are requested to render in an account of the same
as soon as possible to the Subscriber, that an Arrangement of the concern of
Sargant & Austin, may be made with all Expedition.
Returned, and by the Honble. Court of Justice,
continued as Attorney at Law.
For Sale by the Subscriber on Plantation
Potosie, next to Free & Easy, any Quantity of Corn, for cash, approved
Bills of Exchange, or Coffee and Cotton, or good inch and inch & a half
Crab-wood Plank, at Cash price, to be delivered on the delivery of the Corn;
The Subscriber also offers for sale, Lots 91 & 100, in Cumingsburg, No. 91
with a House Frame raised on it, 40 feet long, 24 feet wide and 3 story high,
built of green hart and wallaba, the Roof close boarded and covered with
wallaba shingles, which will be sold cheap, 6 & 12 Months credit will be
given to an approved Purchaser on good Security being given - Any Person
wishful of Purchasing it can apply to the Subscriber on Pln. Potosie.
It is requested that all those who have
Vangloon Briefs for the catching of Runaway Negroes from the different
Districts of this Colony, and given by the Underwritten or the Cipier, to call
for Payment either at the Honble Fiscall's Office, or to me, on or before the
16th of October next.
The Subscriber having been appointed by
the Assignees of Messrs. Turnbull, Forbes & Co. Sole Attorney for the
concerned of that House, in the Colonies of Demerary, Essequebo and Berbice, in
consequence of the Voluntary Resignation of the Honble M. LaMaison; hereby
requests all Persons Indebted to the said Firm of Turnbull, Forbes & Co. to
come forward and settle their Accounts within two Months from this date,
otherwise he will be under the disagreeable necessity of taking legal steps to
enforce the same.
The Subscriber offers for sale at his
Store in Bridge Town. - Flour in barrels and half barrels, rice, tobacco, iron
hoops, temper lime, brandy, gin, claret wine, Russia canvas, beef & pork,
candles, soap, ship bread &c. also a stout American Horse fit for the
Chaise or Saddle
All Persons are hereby cautioned not to
receive in Payment or otherwise, an Order drawn by H. van Nooten Esqr. q.q. A.
Backer Esqr. in favor of the Subscriber, for Six hundred and seventeen Guilders
and 8 pennings, it being lost by him and Unendorsed; - Should any Person find
said Order, they are requested to deposit the same in the hands of J.
Bruninghaus Esqr. as also All Persons having any just Demands against him or
his Estate Klyne Parys, are requested to deliver their Accounts at the Store of
Messrs. Bruninghaus & Co. or E. Loncke Esqr. or to himself on said
Plantation in Essequebo.
Drifted on Tuesday Night last, from the
Snow Golden Grove, a long boat, the bottom new sheathed and painted black with
yellow sides, on the inside of the stern is the name of Thomas White; - Whoever
can give Information of her to the Subscribers, or to the Captain on bard, will
be handsomely Rewarded.
Runaway from the Subscriber on Sunday
Night last, two Negro Men, who took with them a small Craft, one by name
Richard, an old Offender who has been lately taken out of the Barracks, the
other Man by name John, a Creole of Barbados. they are both Artful Fellows, it
is likely they may endeavour to get round to Essequebo, or secret themselves on
board some Vessel; All Captains and others are forbid employing them or taking
them off the Colony, as the Law will be enforced against any such Offender - A
Reward of One Joe will be given for apprehending the Man by name John, and Four
Dollars for the other Man Richard, and sending them to the Subscriber, or
lodging them in the Barracks.
Runaway from the Subscriber, three
Negroes, namely, Nancy, Madelane and Tom; the first may be known by being
marked with the small pox and having a very wide space between her teeth, the
second by being far advanced in Pregnancy and bout five feet high, and the
third, (a Man) by being branded on the breast with the following Letters, J. F.
& C E. - Whoever will apprehend either or all three of said Negroes, and
lodge them in the Barracks, shall receive One Joe Reward for each.
Alle de geenen die iets te pretendeeren
hebben van den Boedel, wylen George Hendrik Trotz, zo in prive[accent] als in
zyne gehad hebbende qualiteit, van de Erven Trotz, worden verzogt, hunne Pretentien
en Rekeningen integeeven by de ondergeteekendens in Essequebo, als Executeuren
Testamentair, of in Demerary, ten huize van de Heeren Remy & Boter.
List of Vessels which have Entered and Cleared from the 15th to the 22d. September 1804.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 22d day of Sept. 1804,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 22 Sept. 1804, zig in arrest bevindende
Weglopper slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And 9 New Negroes, the names of their
Printed and Published by E. J. Henery,