Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1804 October 20
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alzoo de Heeren Saml. Bain en Thos.
Stewardson, 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 pretentien
koomen ontsangen, of hunne schulden betaalen, ter hunner Domicilium.
PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
On Wednesday the 24th Inst. will be Sold
at the Vendue Office, by Order of Messrs. R. Stephenson & W. Harris,
Executors to the Estate of S. Sproat deced. - Four Carpenter Negroes.
On Wednesday the 24th Inst. will be Sold
at the Vendue Office, by Order of Messrs. R. Stephenson & W. Niel,
Executors to the Estate of Dougald Thompson deced. - Two Carpenter Negroes,
Wearing Apparel and Carpenter's Tools.
On Thursday the 25th Inst. will be Sold
at the Vendue Office, an assortment of Choice Dry Goods, Horses & Jack
On Friday the 26th Inst. will be Sold at
the Vendue Office, Fifty barrels of Tar & Pitch.
On Monday the 29th Instant and following
days will be Sold to the highest Bidders, by Order of Messrs. Pasquier &
Otto, at their Store in Stabroek; - A Variety of Dry Goods, consisting of
callicoes, muslins, pullicat & madrass handkerchiefs, bed tick, stockings,
thread, Irish linen, Ladies, gentlemen's and Childrens shoes, boots, umbrellas
and parasoles, canvas, ready made Cloaths, Stationary, writing desks, looking
glasses, saddles and bridles,, new Furniture, loaf sugar, glass and earthen
ware, cutlery, soap & candles, paint and paint brushes, Dutch long pipes,
Negro do. tobacco, gin in cases, Martinique liqueurs, port wine, porter and ale
and a number of other Articles.
On Wednesday the 31st Inst. will be Sold
to the highest Bidders, by Order of Mr. H. B. Gall, at his House in front of
Plantation Vlissingen, - A large and general assortment of valuable Medicines,
viz Bark, Ipecacuanha, rhubarb, magnesia, prepared verdisgrease, opium
cantharides, gum arabic, myrrh, aloes, corrosive sublimate, crude antimony,
sarsaparilla, liquorice, borax, steel dust, oil of rosemary, mint and juniper,
gum camphor, elixers, Tinctures and extracts, red precipitate, Dover powder,
castor oil, Barbadoes Tar, balsam capiva, James's powders, compound spirit of
lavender, glauber salts in kegs of 112 [symbol]. glass mortars, scales &
weights, Syringes of various sizes, rose water & lavender do. down puffs,
and sundry other Articles.
On Tuesday the 4th December, will be
Exposed for sale to the highest Bidders, at the Vendue Office, by Order of
Messrs. J. W. Cox, Richard Hinkson and Frs. Gibson, Executors to the Estate of
John Smith deceased; - Twenty Seasoned Negroes, who have been accustomed to
square Timber, make shingles &c. also a good Boat-Man and Carpenter, and
two Washer Woman [sic].
BEKENDMAKING van 't EXPLOITEURS COMPTOIR. [heading]
De Geannonceerde Executoriaale Verkoop
van de Plantagie[umlaut]n Vaux Hall en Westminster, in 't Canaal No. 1, op den
9de November aanstaande bep[??]ld, zal denselve smorgens [sic] praeciselyk om 9
Uuren plaats vinden; 't welke dient tot een ieder narigt.
EDICTALE CITATIE. [heading]
Uit krachte van zekere Appointement van
den Edele Achtbaare Hove van Justitie, de dato 27 September L. L. op de
requeste van Joseph Beete. Zo werden door my Ondergeschreevene Exploiteur van
welgemelde Hove by deeze GEDAGVAARD.
Imported in the Brilliant, and for Sale
by the Subscribers at their Store, formerly occupied by Messrs. N. Osborne
& Co. in the New Town; - Port wine, bottled porter, strong ale and slender
beer, do. in hogsheads and barrels, soap & candles, tea, refined sugar,
black pepper, mustard, fish sauce, garden seeds, gun powder, paints, paint and
lamp oil, Negro pipes, glass ware, Sadlery, nails and brads, grapnels, copper
skimmers and ladles, hoes, shovels, cutlasses, pruning knives, falling axes,
iron pots, sod irons, gin cranks, an assortment of locks & hinges, knives
& forks, Gentlemens fashionable ready made shirts, coats, coatees, jackets,
vests and pantaloons, do. Hussar, brown top'd and half boots, dress and snow
[sic] shoes, cotton and thread stockings and socks, Gentlemen and Ladies gloves
& mitts, umbrellas with walking sticks, cordage and sail cloth, white rope,
Russia sheeting, blankets, flannel, green baize, table cloths of all sizes,
counterpanes, Irish linen, chintzes, printed and white callicoes, dimities,
jeans, cotton cambric, and shirting, Nun's cambric, colour'd and stitching
thread, tapes, cotton and linen checks, salempores, Romal, pullicat and linen
pocket handkerchiefs, Negro cloathing, &c. &c.
Notice. - The Copartnership of Hugh
Holms & Co. being dissolved on the 12th of this Month, on account of the
death of Mr. Joseph Mallam, all Persons having Demands against said concern are
requested to render their Accounts, so that the concern may be brought to a
speedy close. The Business will in future be carried under the Firm of Holms
For Sale: - The Premises formerly
belonging to J. G. Cloot de Nieuwerkerk Esqr. in Cumingburg, adjoining that of
Messrs. A. Fullerton & Co. and now occupied by Thomas McKenzie Esqr. Terms
will be made very easy to an approved Purchaser, and if not disposed off [sic]
before the 30th November, the same will be Sold by Public Vendue, at 12 o'Clock
on that day.
Wanted to Hire, A Task-Gang. - Apply at
the Premises of William Heathcote Esquire.
Picked-Up on front of Plantation Hague, on the 17th Instant, a Writing Box containing sundry Papers by which it appears that it is the Property of Mr. Welch. Any Person wishing to claim the said Writing Box and Papers, are requested to apply to H. Luthers Esqr. on said Estate and giving a small Gratuity to the Negroes. Demerary, 20th October 1804.
Just Imported in the Ship Brilliant,
Capt. Gammel, and for Sale by the Undersigned at very moderate Prices, the
following Goods, viz: Muslins, muslinets, corded dimity, printed callicoes,
chintzes, pullicat and madrass handkerchiefs, Irish and Dutch linen, cotton and
linen checks and check shirts, superfine scarlet, blue, black and mixed cloths
and cassimere, coarse blue cloth for lining Chaises, blue penistone, white
shaloon, Gentlemen and Ladies fine hatts, gloves and stockings, Hessian and
Russian boots, Gentlemens dress shoes, Ladies shoes and slippers, a large
assortment of Ironmongery, door & window hinges, round and -sloping bolts,
staples, brass chamber-door locks, desk locks, square iron pointed compasses,
German steel handle saws &c. fish hooks and fishing lines, knives and
forks, knife cases, pocket and pen knives, Sportmens knives, Gentlemens tool
chests, superfine razors and razor cases, scissors, steelyards, Plantation
Utensils, as, hoes, shovels, cutlasses, a large assortment of iron potts
&c. Stationary, Sadlery, Jewelry, Glass & Earthen Ware, silver
spectacles, Organs, double key'd German Flutes &c. &c.
For Sale, on favorable Conditions, under
the Sanction of the Honble Court of Justice, and by their Permission, the
Estate de Kinderen, situated on the East side Mahaica Creek, being 125 Acres,
of which 58 are planted in cotton, 20 with Plantains and 40 newly empolder'd,
also a Dwelling House, cotton Logie, Negro houses, and other Buildings, with 35
Negroes; - Any Person wishing to Purchase the same, can apply at the Office of
the Orphan Chamber, every Morning from 10 to 12 o'Clock, Saturdays &
The Subscriber offers for Sale his
Cotton Estate called the Hope, situated in the Creek of Mahaica, 50 Rood in
front by 900 in depth, being One hundred and twenty-five Acres, more or less,
of which 110 is in Cotton and the remainder in Provisions; with or without 20
or 25 Negroes. For Particulars apply to the Subscriber at the Estate, or C. N.
Bollers Esqr. at Plantation Patterson.
For Barbados or any of the Leeward
Islands, the fast sailing Danish Schooner Henrietta, Capt. Jacob Bulcken; will
Sail early next Week. For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain on board, or
Runaway from the Subscriber on Monday
the 15th Instant, a Negro Woman Named Ancilla, who took with her a Young Child
four Months Old. Two Joes will be given for apprehending and delivering said
The Subscriber offers for Sale, his
House situated in front of Plantation Vlissingen, on quarter Lot No. 25, very
convenient for a small Family; an approved Purchaser will meet encouraging
Terms. Christopher D. Mayers.
For Sale: - The half Concession No. 26,
with the Buildings thereon, situate on the South Side of the Brick Dam of
Stabroek, near the Parade Ground. For further Particulars apply to Mrs. Sarah
Cook, on said Premises.
All Persons having Demands against the
Estate of the late John Smith deceased are requested to deliver them up in
Accounts Current, to John Wm. Cox, previous to the first July ensuing, in order
to make an arrangement, so as to enable his Executors to Liquidate said
Accounts; and all Persons Indebted to said Estate, are requested to come
forward and discharge their respective Accounts.
The Underwriter having a general Power
from the Honorable A. C. L. de Winter, Informs the Public in general, and
particularly the Gentlemen Merchants, that no Goods must be Sold or delivered
to any Person without a Specific Order from said A. C. L. de Winter or the
Underwriter, as all those who cannot produce such Orders, will be refused
List of Vessels which have Entered and Cleared from the 13th to the 20th of October 1804.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 20th day of Octr. 1804,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 20 Oct. 1804, zig in arrest bevindende
Weglopper slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And 10 New Negroes, the names of their
Printed and Published by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.