Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1806 February 08
BEKENDMAAKINGEN van 't EXPLOITEURS
[Repeat of Helena Adriana van Eeten]
For Sale, the Plantation Gedagtenis, on
Truly Island, containing 200 Acres of Land, more or less, most of which is in
canes and Plantains, with 170 Slaves, and all the Buildings thereon in good
repair; an appraisement of which may be seen, and Terms of Sale known, by
All those who have any Demands against,
or are indebted to, the Estate of the late A. C. L. De Winter, Esq. are
requested immediately to call and receive or liquidate the same at the
Counting-House of F. Butteweg, Esq. or at that of V. A. Heyliger, Esq. who are
appointed to settle the affairs of the deceased.
The Undersigned hereby informs all those
whom it may concern, that his Domicilium Citandi et Executandi is at the house
of the Widow Bastiaanse, in front of Werk & Rust.
M. Jacobs & Co. offer for Sale the
following Articles for immediate payment:
Terwyl J. H. Stru[umlaut]cker zig niet
ontzien heest onder den 31 January in de Essequebo & Demerary Royal Gazette
te adverteeren als dat de firma van Stru[umlaut]cker & Bo[umlaut]rner op
den 16 October 1805 niet gedissolveerd was, vind zig den ondergeteekende
verpligt aan den voet deezes da copia van hunne schriftelyke dissolutie langs
deeze weg aan een iegelyk bekend te maaken, refereerende zig ovrigens nog omtrent
de crediteuren en debiteuren van gemelde firma aan zyn advertisement, dato 18
January, in deeze Courant, waarna zig een iegelyk die het aangaat gelieve te
Copia. - De firma van Stru[umlaut] &
Bo[umlaut]rner is opheeden met weederzyts consent gedessolveert, verzoekende
aan een iegelyk die daarvan te praetendeeren of te daaran verschuldigd is hunne
praetensien koomen opgeeven en hunne schulden te voldoen, ten einde dezelve tot
liguiditait te kunnen brengen.
The Undersigned offers for Sale, at a
moderate price, to an approved Purchaser, his well-known and convenient House,
together with the Outbuildings, situated on the Brick Dam, formerly occupied by
H. Cantzlaar, Esq. and opposite that of J. L. Eils, Esq.
James Greenwood respectfully informs his
Friends and the Publick of his Nomination as Sworn Bookkeeper by the Honorable
Court of Policy; and begs Permission to add, that it will be his Ambition to
merit their Patronage in that Capacity.
The Honourable Court of Policy having
been pleased to appoint the Subscriber to act as Sworn Translator of the Dutch
and French Languages into English, he assures those who may commit any Papers
to him in the above Character, that they will meet every Attention with Respect
to Accuracy and Dispatch.
Pursuant to Proclamation of the Hon.
Court of Policy, and by permission of the Hon. F. P. van Berckel, Fiscal, at
the expiration of Four Weeks from the date hereof, will be sold, at public
vendue, a black Mare and a bay Gelding, brought by the Military this day.
Meanwhile, the Owners may have them restored, on paying the expences to
J. Runnels, J. Z.
N. Volkerts respectfully informs the
Merchants, &c. of this Colony, that having just printed a large quantity of
Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, and Window Bills; any number of them may
now be had, on reasonable terms, by applying at the Office of this Paper, No.
20, Brick Dam, where ready made Pens, Ink-powder, and Paper of all qualities
are also for sale. - Likewise a few remaining Almanacks
The Undersigned, in consequence of
declining health, intending to return to Europe so soon as he can
satisfactorily arrange his affairs, offers for immediate Sale, on moderate
Terms, to an approved Purchaser, his Plantation Flinsburg, situated on the West
Bank of the River, opposite the second Island. The Plantation is in good
Order; has 10,000 bearing Coffee Trees, 20,000 young ones, an abundance of
Plantain Trees, Fruit Trees, and Vegetables, and may be had with or without
from 20 to 30 Slaves, There is an excellent Dwelling-House, on a Brick
Foundation, quite new; also Out houses, a Drogery, and Range of Negro houses,
all in good Order. The Terms of Sale may be known by applying to N. Volkerts;
and the Plantation may be viewed every day. If not privately disposed of
before April next, it will be put up to Public Vendue, together with several
Alle de geene welke iets te pretenderen
heest of verschuldigd is aan wyle den Heer Van den Paadevoort, of deszelfs
nagelatene Weduwe, worde verzogt hunnen pretentien in te leveren, of hunne
schulde te komen voldoen, ter Domicilum van haar, op de plantagie Het Land Canaan
of wel ten huizen van de Heer G. Egeling, op Stabroek, alzoo zy van voorneemens
is om met de eerste vloot van hier te vertrekken.
PUBLIC VENDUE. [heading]
On Monday, the 24th instant, will be exposed for sale, to the highest bidders, by order of C. M. Overweg, Esq. q.q. at the house of Mrs. Iskenius, Werk & Rust, near to the second Canal Bridge - a negro woman named Henrietta, being a complete huckster; her mulatto son named William, being a taylor; and also her mulatto daughter, a capable house servant, all belonging to the estate of P. Iskenius, Esq. deceased: further - household furniture, gold watches, gold and silver ware, two piano fortes, two sea compasses and a quadrant, printed English Marseillas for waistcoats, a few pieces of cotton bagging, whip and cross-cut saws; cows, heifers, and bulls; a chaise and harness; a fast sailing schooner, built of best Colony wood, with sails, anchors, cables, and all further necessaries, in complete order; - to be seen two days before the sale at the stelling of Plantation Werk & Rust, or before that time on Plantation Vive la Force, or Plantation Wonderlyk, formerly called Cragg. The half Concession, situated on the Middle Dam, Stabroek, North side, known by No. 79; also the House and Land situated on Werk & Rust, known by No. 51, at present occupied by Mrs. Iskenius, consisting of a Dwelling House, built of best Colony wood, on a brick foundation of 8 or 9 feet high, serving for a store - a brick cistern, two side buildings of Colony wood on brick pillars, and a brick kitchen, chimney, and oven, &c. &c.
The Proprietor of this Paper has read
with some astonishment, although without the smallest mortification, a wanton
attack made on him by a publication which appeared in Mr. Henery's last
Gazette, under the signature of N. Rousselet. He begs leave to assure that
Gentleman, that the ignoble passion of which he suspects him, never entered his
breast. As a candidate for public patronage, he will endeavour to deserve it,
without repining at the successes of others engaged in the
In answer to the complaints of two or three Gentlemen respecting their Advertisements being omitted, we beg leave to refer to the last and preceding paper, the six pages of both which, it will be seen, are considerably longer than they ever were before, and then we humbly submit if we do more. It is equally inimical to our interest and our wishes, ever to leave out a single Advertisement, that measure we only have recourse to, on extraordinary emergencies; and, may [previous somewhat illegible] prevent a repetition of what is so extremely disagreeable to ourselves and friends, we are making such arrangements as will effectually accommodate our advertising customers, and evince our grateful sense of the very liberal [illegible] encouragement we are weekly experiencing from a generous Public.
Mr. Brandes, of Plantation Sousdyk, has
reported to the Fiscal that in an expedition against the Bush Negroes, he had
killed two and that one who, in the confusion, escaped to the grounds of Mr.
Fileen, there met the same fate. The three hands were sent to the Drossaard.
PUBLIC VENDUES, in Stabroek and its Environs. [heading]
On Monday, the 10th of Feb. at the House
of John Newton, Esq. Mahaica, 40 seasoned Boat and Carpenter Negroes, at Six
Months credit, payable in approved Bills of Exchange, or Cash.
[satirical piece on newspaper
controversy - age of newspaper referred to in weeks]
VESSELS CLEARED SINCE OUR LAST.
Feb. 3. Brig Dolphin, Church C.
Trouant, for Boston.
List of Runaway and Arrested Slaves. [not transcribed]
N. Volkerts, Printer, No. 20, Brick Dam,