ESSEQUEBO [Colophon] & DEMERARY
ROYAL [Colophon] GAZETTE.
note: only the first two pages of this issue occur in the microfilm; in
18070704EDRG the transcriber attempts to recover items that might have occurred
in those missing pages]
June 27th, 1807.
is hereby given to the Planters and Merchants of the Colony, that the Honble.
Rear Admiral Sir Alexander Cochrane, has informed His Excellency Brigadier
General Montgomerie, that a Man of War will be appointed to take the Convoy
from this River on the 20th of July 1807.
at Government House this 20th of June 1807.
His Excellency's Command,
Eddington, Govt. Secty.
Hoola Van Nooten, Jr. and Jonas Fileen Esqrs. lately elected Members of the
Honble: Court of Justice of this River, in the room of A. J. J. Van Den Heuvel
and J. J. Kotwyk Esqrs. have been Sworn and taken their Seats accordingly at
the sitting of the Court held on the 24th Instant,
House, Stabroek, 27th June, 1807.
Persons having any Accounts against the Commissary department, are requested to
render them in for payment, made up to the 24th Instant.
Ship Rossetti, Wm. Marshall, Master, to sail with the July Convoy.
Friends of Messrs. T. Daniel & Sons, not having offered a sufficiency of
Produce to complete her Loading, - General Freight to any other Consignment
will be accepted on application being made to the Master on board or to
C. D. Forrester.
27th June 1807.
Subscriber informs the Public, and Particularly the Gentlemen Coffee Planters,
that he has New Coffee Mills complete to sell, and also spare Manaries, and
sheets of Copper.
June. A. Danjoy.
Subscriber's Domicilium, Citandi et Executandi is at the House of A.
Fleischman, Esqr. Attorney at Law.
27th June 1807.
Servant Wanted. [heading]
Person having an Honest attentive Mulatto or Negro Boy to Hire, (to attend on a
Gentleman at the Garrison of this Colony) will be allowed generous Wages, and
paid Punctually. Apply to the Printer.
27th June 1807.
from the Subscriber a Red Cow, accustomed to Graze on the back Lots in
Cumingsburgh. A handsome Reward will be given to any who can give information
June. J. W. Robinson.
Butter, ox tongues, red herrings, pine cheese, kegs sour crout, pease, beans,
barley, tea, sugar, vinegar, olives, capers, mustard, hams, soy and fish sauce,
raisins, currants, almonds, black pepper, spices, Stoughton's bitters, sallad
oil, pickles, porter, beer, port wine, claret, sermaceti [sic] and mould
candles, casteel [sic] and yellow soap, paints of all kind [sic], paint oil and
brushes, gun powder and shot, hoes, cutlasses, saws, files, pad-locks, hinges,
adzes, milled lead, earthen and glass ware, 4, 6, 8, 10, 20 and 30dy nails,
coopers' nails, starch, boots, shoes, hats, pocket handkerchiefs, muslins, caps,
shawls, printed cambrics, Irish linen and sheeting, dowlas, long lawn,
platillas, britannias, nankeen, counterpanes, quilting, canvas, oznaburgs,
cotton and linen check, ginghams, salempores, niccanees, shirts, seine and
sewing twine, hand log and fishing lines, d'acquebuscade, lavender and rose
water, saddles, bridles, girths, and saddle cloths, whips, umbrellas, superfine
black broad cloth coats and coatees, dimity and kersey trowsers, dimity and
black silk waistcoats, head and shoe brushes, Oriental and Naples soap, violet
powder, pots and rolls pomatum, tooth brushes and powder, writing desks, red
morocco cases with razors and strop, dressing cases, complete, &c. &c.
an elegant Portable Telescope, with Verticle [sic] and Horizontal motions by rack-work,
price Twenty Joes.
June. James Robertson.
is hereby given on the part of the Secretary, that the following Persons intend
Quitting this Colony, at the expiration of the following dates, Viz: -
George Laing, in six Weeks - June 20th.
William Burges, in fourteen Days, - June 20th.
Edward Austin, Ditto, Do.
J. Runnels, JZ, Ditto, Do.
Thomas Hoppe, in two Months, - June 20th.
George Wells, in 14 days, June 19th.
F. Michel, in 14 days, June 12th.
C. Stadtman, First Clerk.
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de geene welke iets te pretendeeren hebben van, of verschuldigd zyn, aan de
Boedel en Naalaatenschap [sic] van wylen Robert Stephenson, gelieve daarvan
opgaave en betaaling te doen, ten Huize van de Heeren John Henley, Alexr. Reith
en Hugh Stephenson, in qualiteit als Executeuren in gemelde Boedel, ofte wel
ter Secretary alhier, uiterlyk binnen de tyd van Ses Weeken.
ter Secretary van Rio Demerarry [sic] deezen 26de Juny, 1807.
C. Stadtman, Eerste Clercq.
review for a second similar announcement in Dutch]
hiermede van wegens den Heer J. Schneido, bekend gemaakt dat zeeken Procuratie
door de Heer J. H. M. Tydhoff, weeler op de Heer G. E. Aman gepasseerd is
worden gerevoceerd, eu een nieuwe Procuratie, alhier ter Secretary geregisteerd
door gem. J. H. M. Tydhoff op gem. J. Schneido in verleeden; wordende mitsdien
een iegelyk die het mogt aangaan gewaarschonwd geene verdere betaaling en ter
zaake van van gem. qualitit [sic] aan G. E. Aman te doen, maar verzogt zich in
't vervolg ten dien einde, en in alle zaaken en de voorn. J. H. M. Tydhoff
concerneerende, by de gem. J. Schneido, ofte wel by deszelfs Advocaat den heer
Mr. M. LaMaison, te addresseeren.
Secretary van Rio Demerary, den 27 Juny
T. Tinne, Eerst Clerk.
Virtue of a further appointment granted by the Honorable Victor A. Heyliger,
LL.D. Acting President of the Honorable Court of Justice, I the first Marshal
of this Colony, shall Publicly Expose and Sell by Executional Sale in the
presence of the Councellors Commissaries and their Secretary in the Town of
Stabroek, on Tuesday the 7th July next, to the highest bidder, viz.
behalf of H. W. Knolman, the concessions (of old taken under Execution) the one
L. B. No. 6, and the other which has been occupied by Members of the Society
the Eendragt, adjoining the Buildings of Doctor J. Verwayen, with all the
Buildings thereon, belonging unto Bruninghaus & Berg; all according to
specific inventory thereof remaining at the Marshal's Office, and there to be
seen by any Person on every Day except Sunday. Any Person or Persons inclined
to purchase are requested to attend on the Day and place above mentioned.
Demerary, the 26th June, 1807.
Smit, first Marshal.
from the Dutch,
D. P. Simon, Sw: Translator.
Authority obtained, I the Underwritten first Marshal of this Colony (after
precedental process of Law) shall publicly Expose and Sell unto the highest
bidders in presence of the Councellors Commissary of the Honorable Court of
Justice and their Secretary, in the Town of Stabroek, on the seventh of July
next, as follows:
- In behalf of Charles Treadwell, qq. J. Pierce, Plaintif and Triumphant, a
Schooner Boat with its standing and running Rigging, Anchors, and Cables, and
lastly a set of Sails; all belonging and taken under Execution from J. W.
- In behalf of C. F. Guintzel, Plaintif and Triumphant, versus J. H. Beekman,
Defendant, the following Negro Slaves taken under Execution, named Wilm,
William, Primo, and Klyn Primo.
- In behalf of James Knight, Plaintif and Triumphant, versus Ths. Frier,
Defendant, a Negro Slave named Tombo; taken under Execution.
case any Person should conceive to have a right to oppose against any of the
above Sales, address themselves in writing to the Marshal's Office, where I
shall receive them as opposer or opposers, and appoint a Day to go to Law; and
any Person or Persons inclined to purchase please to attend on the Day and
Place of Sale above mentioned.
Demerary, 26th June, 1807.
Smit, first Marshal.
from the Dutch.
P. Simon, Sw: Translator.
Smit, in capacity as first Marshal of the Court of Justice of this River,
Advertises that he will Expose at Marshal Sale, in presence of the Honble:
Commissaries of the Court of Justice and Secretary on the 7th day of July next,
behalf of McDonald, Halkett & Co [sic] versus Bruninghaus & Co. three
Negroes named Roller, Humbert, and Lena, also an American Chaise and two
any Person having reason to object against the Sale of the above mentioned
Property they are to signify such reason of opposition to the Exploiteurs
Office previous to the day of Sale, and whoever feels inclined to purchase are
requested to attend in the Court House on the day of Sale.
Demerary, 20th June, 1807.
Smit, first Exploiteur.
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another (see 18070620EDRG) but appears here separately]
Summons by Edict. [heading]
Virtue of an appointment of His Honor the Acting President of the Honorable
Court of Justice of this Colony, Victor Amadeus Heyliger, granted on the
Petition of Chs. de Lescaille as substituted Executor to the Estate of F.
Krain, deceased, for self and as Executor to the last Will and Testament of F.
Krain, deceased, and as Attorney for or Administrator for Plantation Nouvelle
Flandre, during the space of 15 years I the Subscriber Marshal of the Court of
this Colony, do hereby Summons for the first time, all known and unknown
Creditors of the above concerns to appear or to send deputies before the said
Court, on the 20th day of July next ensuing, in order to render their claims
properly attested, on pain that after the Expiration the 1st, 2d, 3d and fourth
Summons by Edict, will be proceeded against the Non appearers as the Law
Published and Affixed, in Demerary, 26th June 1807.
S. van s'Gravesande, Exploiteur.
Monday the 29th instant, at the house of the Eendragt Society, in front of
Plantation Vlissingen, the whole of the Furniture belonging to the said
Society. [right pointing hand icon] See Advertisement of their Secretary.
Tuesday the 30th inst. [see 18070606EDRG] . . .
by order of Mr. John Henderson, the Lot No. 4, with all the Buildings thereon,
situated in front of Plantation Werk & Rust, next the Premises of O. I.
Wednesday and Thursday, the 1st and 2d of July, at the store of Messrs. James
Lyon & Co. a general assortment of Provisions, Dry Goods, &c.
Friday the 3d July, at the Vendue Office, by order of the Hon. Bord [sic] of
Orphan Chamber, a Negro Woman and a boy, the effects of I. James, deceased.
14 head of Creole Cattle, Dry Goods, Provisions, &c.
by order of M. Smit Esqr. the Lease of one third of two Lots of Land, with the
Buildings thereon, Nos. 19 and 20 (the other two thirds being the property of
Mr. William Neill) situated in front of Plantation Vlissingen, opposite the
Premises of Wm. Hallstead, Esqr. The above Land is free from Ground Rent, and
the Buildings are now tenanted at Thirteen Joes per Month.
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