Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1805 February 16
By His Excellency Anthony Beaujon
Esquire, Governor in and over the Colonies of Essequebo and Demerary, President
of all Courts and Colleges within the same, and the Honble: Court of Policy of
the said Colonies;
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alle de geenen welke iets te
pretendeeren hebben van of verschuldigdt zyn aan den Heer E. N. Wichers zoo in
preve als in qualitiet als geweesene Vendue Meester deezer Colonie en verdere
diversche qualiteit worden versogt daar van opgaave en betaaling te koomen doen
binnen den tyd van drie Weeken, alzo zyn Ed: voorneemens is als dan deeze
Colonie te verlaaten
Alzoo John Payne Bland, von voorneemens
is binnen den tyd van 14 daagen van hier te vertrekken, zo wordt zulks mits
deezen bekend gemaakt, ten einde die geenen, welke iets van hem te pretendeeren
hebben, of aan hem verschuldigd zyn, hunne pretensien koomen ontvangen, of
hunne Schulden betaalen, ter zyner domicilium.
PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
On Monday the 25th instant, will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest bidders, by order of Messrs William Hallstead
& Co. at their store in Bridge Town; Beef in whole and half barrels, pork
in barrels, butter in firkins, hams and cheese, candles, split pease in barrels
and kegs, loaf sugar, hyson tea, Madeira, port and sherry wine by the dozen,
best old brandy by ditto, spirits of turpentine in bottles, salemporis, blue
broad cloth, and many other articles.
On Monday the 25th inst. at the store of
Messrs W. Hallstead & Co. will be Exposed for Sale to the highest bidders,
by order of Mr. W. Hallstead, Executor to the Estate of Doctor James Bishop
deceased, a Negro man, two horses, a parcel of medical books, among which are
some of the most celebrated authors, a case of surgecal [sic] instruments, a
mahogany camp desk, and some other articles.
On Friday the 22d inst. will be Exposed
for sale to the highest bidder, by order of T. M'Kenzie Esq at his store
fronting the Canal of Plantation Vlissingen: - A quantity of fish, flour &c.
On Wednesday the 27th instant, will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest bidder, by order of Capt. Jackson, at the store
of William Heathcote Esq Oats, lime, wood hoops, salt in hogsheads, old
Jamaica rum in puncheons, and bottled porter.
On Thursday the 28th instant, will be
Exposed for Sale, at the house of Mr. Levi Eliaser, the following goods;
Muslin, corded dimity, printed callicoes, coarse and fine linens, India blue
basts or salemporis check thread assorted, black velvet, gentlemens silk hats,
ladies ditto ditto, thread and cotton stockings, platillas, canvas, muslinet,
negro cloathing, Indigo, table knives and forks, pen knives, razors, scissars,
buck beeds [sic], silver table spoons, tea ditto, an assortment of jewelery,
also a House and a few Negroes.
On Friday the 1st of March, will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest bidders by order of Capt. C. H. de Munnick, at his
store formerly occupied by John Campbell, a large assortment of dry goods, just
imported in the Brig Eliza, from London, consisting of the following articles:
- Prime provisions, medicines, carpenters and coopers tools, chandlery,
ironmongery, hosiery, sadlery, millenery, haberdashery, stationary, paint oil,
turpentine, varnish, patent verdegrease and other colours, table services,
Dutch terras, cotton and coffee baging [sic], negro cloathing, strelitz tole
and oznaburgs, boots and shoes of every description, warps and cordage of
different sizes, &c. &c. together with an elegant assortment of
On Monday the 4th of March will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest bidder, by order of O. J. Laurin, Esq. at his
store on Werk & Rust, to close his Mercantile concern. An assortment of
provisions, consisting of beef, pork, candles, sweet oil, mustard, Madeira and
claret, gin, brandy, tobacco, iron hoops, also a variety of dry goods, just
imported in the last arrived vessels from London, also some very fat oxen and
TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER.
TO BE SOLD, THE UNION COFFEE HOUSE
The Subscriber requests the favour of
those to whom he stands indebted, to render their Accounts for Payment, and
those persons indebted to him, are particularly requested to settle their
Accounts without loss of time, as he proposes leaving the Colony for England
with the first Convoy. He will dispose of the House and Buildings which he at
present occupies on very reasonable terms should an eligible Purchaser offer,
the situation is well adapted for the Mercantile business.
The Copartnership of Robert Bell &
Co. having been dissolved on the 31st December last, all Persons to whom they
are indebted are requested to send in their Accounts for Payment, and all
Persons indebted to the said Firm, are earnestly requested to make Payment of
their Accounts without loss of time, as there is a necessity for an immediate
close of this concern.
The Subscribers beg to inform their
Friends and the public, who may be desirous of sending Letters to Europe, that
the Brig William & Mary, Capt. Reid, will sail from this River direct for
Liverpool on Wednesday next.
Notice: - The Subscribers requests all
Persons having Demands against the Estate of James Graham decd. to render the
same properly attested to Thomas Milbourn, in Bridg [sic] Town on or before Six
weeks from this date and Persons indebted to said Estate, to make immediate
payment, either to Phillip Cambridge, in Stabroek, or to said T. Milbourn.
Notice is hereby given, that Joseph
Feuillet has removed his Domicilium Citandi and Executandi from up the River
Demerary, to the New Town, in Louis De Helliand's House
Just imported in the Brigs Leviathan and
Perseverance, from London and for sale by the Subscribers: - Ladies and gentlemens
hats an assortment of fashionable wearing apparel, Boots, shoes, boat cloaks,
flannel jackets and dressing gowns broad cloths, flannel, cord and India
dimity, table linen, checks, Madrass handkerchiefs, callicoes, Russia sheeting,
umbrellas, negro cloathing and blankets, canvas, white rope from one and a half
to three inches, hoes, shovels, G R cutlasses, pruning knives, padlocks, nails,
bolts, hinges and other ironmongery, stock locks, tin ware, coffee roasters,
shower baths, corks, pump leather and tacks, nets of trunks, backgammon boxes,
setts of table service and breakfast china, loaf sugar, tea, pease, pearl
barley, black pepper, vinegar, glass ware, vase and barrel lamps, stationary,
cards, medicines, paints and paint oil, lamp and neatsfoot ditto, spirits of
turpentine, brushes, porter and ale in bottles and barrels, port wine, old
Jamaica rum, Poland oats, sheet lead, cordage, cherry tree chairs, temper lime,
soap, candles, tallow, butt and puncheon iron hoops, truss and wood ditto,
bricks and lime, boat anchors and cables, a 300 gallon still and worm, a
quantity of fine old London particular Madeira, and a variety of other
For London, the coppered Ship Favorite,
Francis Holman, and Mary, Frederick Ereroth - For Liverpool, the Ship Tyson,
George Hewison Master. The above vessels will sail with the first Convoy.
For Freight or Passage, please apply to
For Sale: - Two water Lots of Land in
the New Town, bounded on the North by the one belonging to John Clapham Esq.
and on the South by that on which the Demerary Hostel stands. These Lots are
very eligibly situated for any kind of Business, and to accommodate Purchasers,
will be sold separately, apply to
Den Ondergeteekende voorneemens zynde om
met het Eerst volgende Convooy van hier te vertrekke, verzoekt alle die die
[sic] geene welke van hem iets te pretendeeren hebbe, hunne Rekeningen te
leveren en betaaling te koomen ontsange; Zoo als ook verzoekt alle die geenen
welke hem verschuldigd zyn te koomen betaalen, vo[accent]o[accent]r den 5 Maart
aanstaande, alzo by mankemente van dien in de onaangenaame verplichting zig
zoude bevinde middele in rechts te moete biezigt.
C. Miles, watch maker from London, begs
leave to inform the Public, that he has commenced Business next door to the
Vendue Office, where all favours will be thankfully received, and executed with
Dispatch and Punctuality.
For Sale, on Plantation Friendship, on
moderate Terms; Four Healthy seasoned Slaves. Two men, a woman and a girl, one
of the men is accustomed to work at the Carpenters trade the other a stout
young man, about two Years in this Colony, the woman a complete Washer, the
girl is well worth the notice of any Lady who may be in want of attendance, the
said Negroes is sold for no other reason but that the Subscriber's having no use
For Sale, the Estate No. 23 or La
Retraitte, situated on the East side of the Creek Mahaica, containing 250 Acres
of Land, besides the prospect of the greatest part of the second depth, the 250
acres being all impoldered, and 105 acres of which is planted in Cotton and
Plantains, a good two story dwelling house, side buildings, negro houses,
cattle, stable, sluice and koker &c. to accommodate a purchaser, it may be
divided in two lots, each of 50 roods facade, the buildings being all in the
center of the upper half; also, 12 or 15 head of young cattle, a black horse,
and for want of employ, a fast sailing Sloop boat and Captain, together or
separate. Further information may be had in Courabane at Le Resouvener, where
3 or 4 horses are for Sale.
List of Vessels Entered and Cleared from the 9th to the 16th of February, 1805.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 14th day of February 1805,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 14 February 1805, zig in arrest bevindende
Weglopper slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And 6 New Negroes, the names of their
A Supplement to this Paper will be ready for delivery To-morrow Morning, at 8 A. M.
Published and Printed by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.
Saturday, 16th February, 1805.
For Hire or Sale; a quite new Dwelling
House, situated on the front of Plantation Repentier, and very well calculated
for a Merchant in any line, with two side Houses, a Kitchen, chaise house,
stable and negro houses. For further particulars, apply to
E. Gemon presenteerd te Huur, zyn snel
zeylende Sloep L'Amitie, te zeyl na Berbice of Surinam, om binnen de tyd
[illegible] Twaalf Daagen na heeden te kunnen zylen, beedende hy in [??]veal
dezelve voor die tyd niet verhuurd is gemelde Sloep te Koop, het deszelvs
Lyst der begraavene op het Collonie Kerkhoff van den 8 tot 15 February 1805.