Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1807 October 31
Front-dam of Cumingsburgh being now completed, the Proprietors of Lots who have
agreed to Pay the Expences of the same in proportion of the Lots for which they
have Signed, are informed that on producing their Receipts for such Payments
(which are to be made to Thomas Cuming Esq.) the necessary Deeds will be given
in the name of the Court of Police, and under Guarantee of the Colony, of the
Mud or Water Lots, on applying to the Underwritten during the first eight days
of the next Month; after which time such Mud or Water Lots as have not been
Subscribed for will be Sold according to Resolution of the Court of Policy
dated 31st October 1807.
Hoops for Sale. [heading]
O. Stabroek District.
Proprietors of Lots and Buildings in the Town of Cumingsburgh are earnestly
requested to attend a Meeting to be held at the Union Coffee House on Saturday
the Seventh of November, at 10 o'Clock in the Morning, to receive from the
Commissaries the Reports relative to several Petitions which have been
preferred by them to His Excellency the Governor and the Honourable Court of
Policy, with the answers thereto and the Courts' final determination with
regard to the Resolutions of the Proprietors at the Meeting held at the Union
Coffee House on the 22d Decbr. 1806.
Zal op de drie eerstvolgenden Zondagen by de Nederduitsche Gemeente, in de Kerk
te Stabroek niet gepredikt worden, alzo de Ondergetekende ten dienste der
gemeente van Essequebo, in die Colonie zich geduurende dien tyd zal ophouden.
Subscriber has on hand Gordon's Old Wine in half and quarter butts, which he
offers for Sale at a reduced Price for immediate Payment. The Quality of this
Wine will be warranted very superior.
Ondergeteekende adverteert dat hy Zyn Domicilium Citandi et Executandi gekoosen
heest op de Plantagie Rome, ten Huyze van de oud Gouverneur de Heer A.
mits deezen bekend gemaakt dat na de Expiratie van drie Weeken zal worden gepasseerd:
Virtue of an extract notul bearing date 19th October last, are herewith by me
the Undersigned Marshal of the Honble: Court of Justice of this Colony, in the
name and behalf of Charles De L'Escaille, qq. the Estate of F. Krain deceased,
for himself and as late Executor to the Estate of F. Krain deceased, and
Attorney for Plantation Nouvelle Flandre, for the period of 15 years, for the
fourth and last exsuperabundantie Summons by Edict all known and unknown
Creditors of the aforesaid Estates, to appear before the Honble: Court of
Justice of this Colony at their Session in the Town of Stabroek, on the
sixteenth day of November next and following day, in order to render as yet
their pretentions duly attested; on pain of a perpetual silence granted by the
Court against the non appearers. Thus Published and Affixed in Rio Demerary
29th October, 1807.
Virtue of a certain extract notul bearing date 5th October last, are herewith
by me the Undersigned Marshal of the Honble: Court of Justice of this Colony,
in the name and behalf of A. H. Walstab only surviving Executor to the Estate
of, and as Guardian over the Minor Children of Cornelius Mulder and his wife
Jacoba Constantie Loof deceased, for the fourth and last time Summons by Edict,
all known and unknown Creditors of the above-mentioned Estate to appear before
the Honble: Court of Justice at their Session in the Town of Stabroek on the
sixteenth day of November next and following days; in order to render as yet
their pretentions duly attested. Whereas after the expiration of this last
Summoned by Edict will be granted by said Court a perpetual silence. - Thus
Published and Affixed in Rio Demerary, the 29th October, 1807.
Virtue of extract notul bearing date 19th October last, are herewith by me the
Undersigned Marshal of the Honble: Court of Justice of this Colony, in the name
and behalf of P. Verbeke only surviving Exceutor [sic] to the Estate of J. S.
Luchering deceased, for the fourth and last Exsuperabundantie Summons by Edict,
all known and unknown Creditors of the above-mentioned Estate, to appear before
the Honble: Court of Justice of this Colony, at their Session in the Town of
Stabroek on the sixteenth day of November next and following days; in order to
render as yet their pretentions duly attested, on pain of a perpetual silence
granted by said Court against the non appearers. Thus Published and Affixed in
Rio Demerary, the 30th October, 1807.
R. Carrol & Co. [heading]
from a-stern of the Hulk close to Mr. Heathcote's Stelling a small BATO, flat
bottom, 9 feet long, 4 feet 2 inches broad, painted blue inside and red
outside. One Joe Reward will be given on her being restored to
insert the following article at the request of a Subscriber:
The First Mail for September arrived here on Sunday night last; - we received our regular setts of Papers by it, . . .
It is with peculiar satisfaction we announce the return of Mr. Hubbard, who was lately captured by the Spanish Launch. It appears now, that the Boat was coming to Town with Sugars, and that she did not go out with an intention of attacking the Spaniards, but only had armed for her own defence; - when the Boat was captured, the 12 Negroes were put in Irons with Mr. Hubbard, Mr. Gordon, Mr. Lynch, and another Gentleman, they however, were released soon after, and put below with the Negroes, after being on board about 24 hours, and only about 2 leagues from the land at the entrance of the Oronoque, the Negroes announced that they could get off their Irons, which was very soon done, when they all rushed upon deck, and not having more than five Spaniards and an Indian to contend with, they quickly recaptured the Boat and arrived with her in Tobago. During the scuffle in retaking the Boat, Mr. Lynch was knocked or thrown overboard, and altho' a hen coop was thrown out for him, dreadful to relate, he sunk before the Boat could come up with him. We understand that Mr. Gordon was left in Tobago, from whence he was to go to Barbados.
The two armed hired Boats that went to look for the Spaniards, have returned, without having seen any thing of them, so that we may now hope to be freed from those enemies for some time at least.
Yesterday morning his Excellency Brigadier-General Montgomerie arrived in Town from Berbice, and this morning Reviewed the Garrison here, in Company with Governor and Colonel Nicholson.
Mr. Goepel's Concert and Ball was numerously attended last night at the Union Coffee House.
Died. - On Thursday Evening last, at his Brothers House in Cumingsburg, Mr. Daniel Treadwell.
Public Vendues. [heading]
Thursday and Friday the 5th and 6th Nov. will be exposed for sale at the Vendue
Office, Dry Goods, Provisions, Horses, Negroes, &c. &c.
Tuesday the 17th of Nov. will be exposed for sale at the House of C. D.
Forrester, Esq. by order of G. M. Forrester, Esq. - Negro cloathing, glass
ware, cordage, canvas, patent silk hats, waistcoats, superfine broad cloth
coats, boots and shoes, fine flannel waistcoats, old rum, a piano forte in good
order, two prints, one nearly new, two chaise horses, a few negroes, and
several other articles.
Wednesday, the 18th November, at the Logie in front of Plantation Vlissingen,
by order of R. B. Daly Esq. Executor of Nancy Rousman, deceased; - The Quarter
Concession No. 46, with all the Buildings thereon situated on the North side of
Stabroek, Household Furniture, Wearing apparel, a tent Carial, Negroes &c.
See the Supplement.
Stabroek: Printed and Published
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