Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1805 April 06
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alle den geenen welke iets te
pretendeeren hebben, ofte verschuldigd zyn aan den Heer Ph. Schermeester,
gelieve daar van opgaave en betaaling te doen ter zyner Domicilium, also zyn
Edele van voorneemens is; met het last vertrekkend Convooy deeze Colonie te
HUWELYKS BEKENDMAAKING. [heading]
BEKENDMAAKINGEN van 't EXPLOITEURS COMPTOIR. [heading]
TWEEDE EDICTALE CITATIE. [heading]
Kragtens Extract Notul der 14 daagsche
Rolle dato 21 January dezes Jaar. worden door my ondergeschreevene
Exploicteur, ter instantie van J. J. Kottwyk [sic] als nu laastelyk by den
Edele Achtbaare Hove van Justitie, den 26e May 1804 alleen aangestelde Curator
in den Boedel wylen P. F. Brotherson. Ten derdemale by Edicte GEDAGVAARD!
PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
On Wednesday the 10th Instant will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders, by Order of Mr. T. T. Thomson, in
Rob's [sic] Town; - 211 boxes Claret, 18 ditto Starch, 90 do Candles, 22
barrels Beef, 57 half barrels ditto, 2 quarter casks old sherry Wine, 35
barrels Herrings, 3 ditto Mackrel, 8 Grind Stones, a parcel of Oars and
On Friday the 12th Instant will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders, at the Vendue Office; - Sundry Dry
Goods: Beef, Pork, and other Provisions.
On Wednesday the 17th Instant will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders, by Order of Mr. Pieter Balmer, as
Executor to the Estate of Johanna Maria Fussen deceased; - Wearing Apparel,
Household Furniture consisting of tables, chairs, beds, glass ware &c.
Also House Slaves and the half Lot of Land No. 61, with the Buildings thereon,
situated in Stabroek, and a variety of other Articles.
On Monday the 22d Instant will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders, by Order of Louisa Warner, at the
Vendue Office; - Five Lots of Land known by No. 192, 193, 194, 195, and 196,
situated in Cumingsburg.
The Subscribers have Imported in the
Ship Elbe, - first Quality Madeira Wine. In Pipes, Hogsheads and Quarter Casks,
- which they will Sell reasonably for Prompt Payment.
C. Van Dyk informs his Friends that he
is just arrived in the Brig Sarah from London, and intending to return to that
place in the next Month (May) he takes the Liberty of requesting their
assistance in the Loading of his vessel, she being Coppered and Copper-Fastened,
and only One Year Old; stands the first Class at Lloyd's. - Address at O. J.
Laurin Esqr. Werk & Rust, opposite whose Premises the Vessel now lays.
Met de Brig Sarah Capt. C. Van Dyk van
London aangebragt en by O. J. Laurin, op de voorgronden van de Plantagie Werk
& Rust, voor civiele prysen te Koop, teegens Contante betaaling. - Boter,
Kaas, Worst, gerookte Tongen, zoete Oly, brood Zuiker, Speceureyen, Gord,
Plantagie Timmermans en Kuiper gereedschappen, Spykers in sorten, Sleepnetten,
Lynen, nettegaare, Chais en Carricle Tuygen voor 1 en 2 Paarden, Zadels,
Toomen, Mans en Vrouwe Parasoles, mans, vrouwen en kinderen Schoenen, Laarsen,
Neger kleederen, Salempoeris, Bonten, Callicos, Gingams, Sitsen, geborduurde
Musline, Camerdeek, Catoen Baptist, Irsch Linnen, Dimity, Handschoenen, mans,
vrouwen en Kinderen Hoeden en Kousen, Perfumeryen, Styssel, Een Parthy
Galantereyen, Spiegels, &c. Madeira Port en Roode Wynen, Porter, Ale, en
nog diverse andere Goederen.
Picked Up in front of Plantation Belle
Vue, an Old Tent Boat, with two Masts, two shoulder mutton Sails, a Bowsprit,
without a Jib, and some Stone Ballast. - The Owner may have her on Paying for
For Sale, 200 pieces of walaba 24 feet
long and 6 inches square, they are on the water Lot of Mrs. C. Ravenscroft,
next to the Store of Messrs. Remy & Boter and will be sold cheap for Cash,
De Ondergeteekende adverteerd nogmaals
zyn voorneemen om deeze Colonie ten spoedigste te verlaaten; verzoek dat Ieder
deszelvs Papieren en Documente by hem koomen afhaalen tegens betaling.
Presenteert voorts uit de hand te Koop Slaven, Paard, Chais en Tuig, Meubilen
Den Ondergeteekende adverteerd mits
deeze; als dat by zyn Domicilium Citandi et Executandi, heest verkoosen ten
Huisen van de Heer N. Rousselet in Stabroek.
For Liverpool, with the first Convoy the
fast Sailing copper bottomed Ship Minerva, Wm. Browne master, mounts 16 Guns;
and has good accommodation for Passengers. For Freight or Passage apply to the
said Master on Board, or at the Store of
For Sale, a quantity of new water Butts and Puncheons, also a few Puncheons of Rice and Beans of an excellent quality, apply as above.
SUBSCRIPTION CONCERTS. [heading]
John Lewis very respectfully informs his
Friends, and the Public in general, that he has purchased the shop and stock in
Trade of Doctr. Henry B. Gall, well known for several Years in this Colony. In
addition to which he momently expects a large supply of Medicines, Perfumery,
Stationary, &c. - He has taken Mr. Gifford L. Davis into Copartnership, by
whom the business will be conducted, under the firm of Gifford L. Davis &
Co. at their Store opposite G. J. Goppy Esqr. Merchant New Town. This shop will
in future be supplied direct from London, by one of the most respectable
Chymists in that City, and as they propose to carry on the Druggist Business on
a large Scale, a very handsome allowance will be made to whole Sale Cash
For Sale: - The Plantation Leyden
situated up the River, West Bank, between the Lands of the Heirs of Lesten and
the Heirs of Van der Mark, containing 100 Rods in front and 750 deep, the whole
250 Acres, (double and treble depth may easily be obtained) on said Plantation
is a large Pasture to fatten Cattle; many fruit trees of various sorts, a
Dwelling House 80 feet by 38 wide, a side Building 48 feet by 20 wide, divided
for Kitchen, Store Room, and Hospital; a Carpenter's Loge 50 feet by 20 wide, a
necessary, a Fish Pond, a Building for Poltry [sic], 60 feet by 16 wide, a Barn
for cattle, 50 feet by 16 wide, a Stelling 150 feet long by 7 wide: all the
Buildings is of this country wood, boarded and shingled in good order; the
space on which the Buildings are erected is chiefly covered with Bricks, the
Land is a rich soil, and with little cultivation will produce any specie of
vegetable trees &c. For conditions of Sale please apply at the Office of
N. Rousselet in Stabroek, No. 40.
Runaway from the Subscriber, a Black Man
named Toby, formerly the Property of - Wagan deced: and was some time in the
service of Joseph Taylor Esqr. A Reward of Two Joes will be given to any
Person who will apprehend and deliver him to me, or lodge him in the Barracks,
and a further Reward of Ten Joes will be given for full information of his
being Harboured or Concealed by any Person, so that the Law can be rigidly
enforced against them.
Den Procureur Cantzlaar J. Z. verzoekt
alle Crediteurs hunne Rekeningen alsnog intezenden, en betaling te komen
ontsangen, ook neemd by de vryheid zy Debiteuren te verzoeken, betaling te
komen presteeren, tot het een en ander zyd hy reguller alle dagen. 9 Except Zon
en andere Feestdagen: ) ten zyne Comptoire vaceeren [or vaceeten].
The Subscriber hereby gives notice, that
he intends to remove his Domicilium Citandi to Pl. Seafield, West Coast
For Sale, a six Oared Yacht in compleat order; Enquire of the Printer, if not disposed of within three weeks after date will be Sold at Public Auction. Stabroek, 6th April 1805.
For Sale: - London Particular Madeira
Wine in Pipes, for immediate Payment, in Cash or Produce, at very moderate
Prices, at the Store of
The Undersigned give Notice to the
Public that Master E. L. Christiani is no longer in their Employ.
List of Vessels Entered and Cleared from the 30th of March to the 6th of April 1805.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 4th day of April 1805,
[above text reads 24th day in microfilm]
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 4de April 1805, zig in Arrest bevindende
Weglopper slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And 7 New Negroes, the names of their
Lyst der begraavene op het Collonie Kerkhoof van den 29e Maart tot den 4e April 1805.
Published and Printed by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.