Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1807 April 25
Subscriber, Commander of the Ship Orion, for London, respectfully informs his
Friends the Planters and other shippers, that he is now ready to take in Coffee
and Cotton, and by the 30th Inst. he will begin to take Sugars, as he
possitively [sic] Sails with the June Convoy, he will be much obliged to them
in giving him all the assistance they can in loading the said Vessel. He can
be spoke with at R. Younghusband's, J. F. Meyer's, or on board. R. Ross.
Creditors of the late Robt. Ferrier Esqr. are requested to meet the Subscribers
at the Union Coffee House, on Wednesday the 29th Instant at 10 o'Clock.
is the Intention of the Subscriber to leave this Colony about July next for
America, with a view of regaining his health, which is much impaired. He
therefore requests those Gentlemen who are Indebted, will do him the particular
favor to come forward with payments, that he may be enabled to discarge [sic]
all demands against him previous to his departure. The Subscriber has to
dispose of on very good terms to an approved purchaser, - The Lot No. 2, in
Charles Town, (Repentir), with the Buildings thereon now in the Occupancy of A.
H. Walstab Esq. also a Complete Chaise and Saddle Horse, and the Lot No. 11, in
New Town, (adjoining Messrs. McDonald, Halket & Co.) with the buildings
thereon, all built of the best Colony Wood and floored with Determa plank. For
further particulars please to apply to the Subscriber living on the last
de Nich tuschen den 10 en 11 April l.l. Absenteerde zich van de Boot, aan den
Heer J. Van den Broek in Berbice toebehoorende, en voor Plant: Providence ten
aaker ligende, een Neger genaamd Thomas, (van de Coromantyn Natie) heest met
zich genoomen een Jal, zoonder riemen, aan de voorsteven eenigzints beschadigd;
die geene welke bovengenoemde Neger en Jal aan den Ondergetekende te rug
bezorgd, zal Zes en Zestig Gludens [sic] en voor Een van heiden Drie en Dertig
Guldens tot een belooning genieten.
Be Sold. [heading]
Subscriber informs those it may concern, that his Domicilium, Citandi et
Executandi, is at the House of Messrs. W. B. Thomson and Thos. Reddish, now
occupied by him and situate in the back of Cumingsburgh, No. [blank] near the
side line of Bourda.
Mr. Fleischmann informs his Friends and the Public in General that he is admitted as Attorney at Law at the Honorable Court of Justice of Demerary, and that he will give his utmost attention to any Business that they may be pleased to trust him with in that capacity. Stabroek, 25th April, 1807.
Imported and For Sale by the Subscriber: -
Lynch's Residence is at Plantation Main Stay, Essequebo.
Negroes To Hire. [heading]
en te Koop by den Andergeteekende in het Huys van de Heer P. Jourdan, op de
Middle Dam Stabroek, regt teegen over het Huys van de Heer J. L. Eils.
Authority obtained, I the Underwritten first Marshal of this Colony shall
(after precedental process of Law) Expose and Sell at Marshal Sales in the
presence of the Counsellors Commissaries of the Honble: Court of Justice and
their Secretary, in the Town of Stabroek, on Tuesday the 5th May next, unto the
highest bidder, as follows:-
[Transcriber's note: G. Angle advertisement in Dutch, April 25th]
PUBLIC VENDUES. [heading]
On Thursday the 30th inst. at the Vendue Office, by order of Messrs. Bridge and Arrow, the Quarter Lot in Cumingsburg, now occupied by Mr. Alexander Gray, with all the Buildings thereon.
On Monday the 4th of May, at the Store of Messrs. Fisher & Chorley, formerly occupied by G. I. Goppy, Esq. New Town, a quantity of dry goods and provisions, consisting of tubs beef, hampers of potatoes, new double rose butter, blankets, negro cloathing, sail canvas, bunting, dimities, checks, jeans, Britannias, Madras handkerchiefs, laced and fancy muslins, chintzes, tapes, thread, bobbin and patent braces, printed cambricks, calicoes, check shirts, Irish linen, huckaback, striped bed tick, cotton towels, and diaper table cloths, Gentlemens' fine Beaver and silk hats, best hogskin saddles with plated furniture, boots and shoes, leather portmanteaus, paten steelyards, carpenters' tools, bands and gudgeons, hinges and hooks, cast iron pots, a general assortment of hard ware, ship chandlery, cases of fine and course hats, telescopes, &c. &c.
On Tuesday the 5th of May, by order of Mr. Edward Jones, part of Lot No. 18, situated on the North Dam, Stabroek, with all the Buildings thereon, consisting of a Dwelling House, Kitchen, store-house and Negro houses, also a neat Gig, hung on Curricle springs.
The above will be sold without Reserve, as the Proprietor intends leaving the Colony.
The Mail-Boat with the first March Mail arrived this morning; she brings further confirmation of the Defeat of the French, by the Russians. An Extraordinary Gazette was Published in London on the 8th ult. to that effect, and which is as follows: -
By the arrival of the Gingle Schooner from Barbados, we find that the Enemy has captured several Merchant vessels, off Guadeloupe. The first vessel mentioned is the Highlander, Captain A. Stevenson, a fine ship from the House of McInroy, Sandbach, & McBean, which arrived in Guadeloupe on the 30th ult. we understand that the following ships have also been captured about the same time, Jason, America, Harriet, (recaptured and carried into Grenada), Alexander, Ajax, and Ann, and that serious fears were entertained for two other ships one of which was the Ariadne. The Corvette ship Alert, is the fortunate vessel that has made their capture.
Died. - On Thursday night at the House of Messrs. James Lyon & Co. Mr. Francis Cromble; and this Morning at his House in Cumingsburg, C. Clifton Esqr. Senior Searcher in the Customs of this Colony.
Vessels Entered and Cleared since our last.
of Runaway and Arrested Slaves, in
4 New Negroes their Names & Owners unknown.
Stabroek: Printed and Published
Supplement to the Essequebo & Demerary Royal Gazette.
Saturday, April 25th, 1807.
Printed by E. J. Henery; - Stabroek.