ESSEQUEBO [Colophon] & DEMERARY
ROYAL [Colophon] GAZETTE.
The arm'd Ship
Hebe, Capt. Richardson.
Will sail a
running vessel the second springs in March
The Hebe will load
Coffee and Cotton only.
For Freight or
Passage apply to the Master or to
Who have received
for Sale, Grey Stock Bricks, Building Lime, Dutch Terrace, and large Wood hoops
requests those Gentlemen residing in the Country, who have Stores on board the
Hebe, will do him the favour to send for them as early as possible, as it is
his intention to leave this the second Springs next month.
Just Imported by
the Ship Hebe, Capt. Richardson, from London, -
Assortment of Fashionable Articles.
And for Sale on
moderate Terms for Cash by Mrs. Clifton, at the Store of Doctor Lewis.
New Town, 24th
The British Brig
Penelope, Niel Morison, Master.
Will Sail with all
possible dispatch. For Freight or Passage apply to
Feby. 24th, 1810.
offers for Sale the Cargo of the Brig Penelope, Niel Morison, Master, from St.
Andrew's, consisting of -
W. P. Lumber,
Spruce spars of
Who Has On hand
From Former Importations.
W. P. Lumber,
R. O. Shooks,
New Bristol marble
Spruce and Ash
oars and sweeps,
Blocks and Dead
And a variety of
On the East Coast,
A Watch. Whoever can prove the same to be their property, on paying the
expences and rewarding the Negro who found her, will receive the same on
application to the manager of Plantn. (Porter's) Hope.
A Good Cook To Be
To Be Sold - a
Creole Negro who is equal to send a good Dinner up for a large Party.
He is likewise a
very good Groom and understands bleeding Horses, and the management of Cattle.
If purchased for
Cash he will be sold cheap. Enquire of the Printer. Feb. 24, 1810.
Wanted as Clerk in
a Store. [heading]
A Steady Active
Young Man who can be well recommended. Enquire of the Printer.
Since the Month of
July last, a Negro Woman the property of Miss Mary Clozier, who formerly
resided on Plantation Bath, Little Corabana, The said Woman is named Phoebe,
rather elderly tall, thin, pock'd marked, and speaks the French language
fluently. When she absconded she was very near her time of laying in, it is
therefore most probable she has a sucking Infant with her. From her having
resided years on Plantn. Bath, and had a Husband on said Estate, it is most
probable she is secreting herself in the neighbourhood of Mahaica or Mahaicony.
A Reward of Three
Joes will be given for her apprehension by
Feb. 24, 1810.
Whereas I have
this day passed a special and General Power of Attorney on the Honble. Anthony
Meertens, (at present residing in England), and during his absence on D. N. A.
Van Hoytema and James Robertson Esquires, of this Colony. - All whom it may
concern are politely requested to take notice hereof accordingly, and to
address themselves to these Gentlemen in all businesses with me whatsoever; as
they are properly authorised by my Instructions to give every elucidation
therein and have promised me they will duly and punctually attend to the same.
All Persons to
whom I am indebted will please send in the amount and particulars of their
claims as early as possible.
Begs leave to
inform all those Persons who are indebted to him individually, since the year
1808 and previous, that he cannot give any longer indulgence; and will be under
the necessity of placing those Accounts, Obligations, &c. in the hands of
his Lawyer to collect, if not settled before the first of April next.
Feby. 24, 1810.
All Persons having
any Demands against the late Miss Eve Ann Jordan are requested to deliver the
returns his grateful thanks to the different Gentlemen who have been kind
enough to favour him with their Work, and humbly apologizes to those who have
been disappointed lately, and promises to be more punctual for the future, by
not undertaking more than he can conveniently go through himself, as he finds
it's quite out of his power as yet to procure a Person who will exert himself
so as to enable the undersigned to undertake any great quantity of Work, which
obliges him to carry on the Carpenter's, Joiner's and Cabinet Maker's business
on his own account, and any Jobs that he undertakes he flatters himself that it
will meet the approbation of those Gentlemen who may condescend to favour him.
Not being very expert at the Glazier's business he would not attempt to offer
it to the Public in a general way, but if any Person wishes to employ him in
that business he will strive to please, but first refer them to some lately
done by him in this Town.
Bridge Town, 24th February 1810.
To Be Sold.
coffee Break-Mill in complete Order. For further information apply to Mr. L.
McBean, or to
J. P. Muncker.
By Virtue of an
appointment dated 21st January 1810, granted on the Petition of Richard Daly
Executor to the Estate of Jos. Tuite deceased.
Are herewith by me
the underwritten Marshal of the Honble. Court of Justice.
For the First time
by Edict Summoned!
All known and
unknown Creditors to the Estate of Jos. Tuite deceased. To appear before the
Honble. Court of Justice at their Session to be held at the Court House in the
Town of Stabroek, on the 19th day of March next; in order to render their
demands in due form and lay their claims thereto.
Whereas after the
expiration of the 4th Edict will be proceeded against the non-appearers
according to Law.
Rio Demerary, 23d
D. P. Simon,
On Tuesday and
Wednesday next, the 27th and 29th inst. by order of Messrs. Charles & John
Ryan, their remaining Goods without reserve, consisting of
Cheese, potatoes, Tripe, split pease and groats, pearl and Shield barley,
sallad oil, French vinegar, porter in wood and bottles, salt and pickles,
Durham mustard, Gentlemens' fashionable made cloaths, cotton hammocks, Hessian
and top boots, silk hats, cotton stockings, linen and cotton shirts, twine,
temper lime, lamp oil, glass ware by the crate and per dozen, writing desks,
mill grease, nails, ironmongery assorted, consisting of saws, chizels, gouges,
files, Hinges and screws &c. tape, pocket handkerchiefs, Madeira wine by
the dozen, &c.
Also two Houseboys
and a Washerwoman.
Kingston & McBean.
On Friday the 2d
March will be exposed for Sale at the Vendue Office. - Thirty barrels mess
Beef, Tobacco in tierces, Rice in tierces and bags, potatoes, Lumber, elegant
prints, Dry goods, &c.
Kingston & McBean.
On Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday the 12th, 13th and 14th March, will be exposed for sale by order
of J. P. Muncker and L. McBean q.q. Rt. Younghusband deceased.
The Lease of a Lot
of Land situated in New Town, front of Plantn. Vlissingen, with the Buildings
thereon, lately occupied by the deceased; Household furniture consisting of
Silver plate, an elegant sideboard, wardrobe, chairs, sophas, &c. Horses
and chaises. Also a great variety of Dry goods, hardware, Boat cambooses, Anchors
and Grapnels, sheet lead, Madeira and Teneriffe wine, beer, porter, gin,
raspberry and cherry brandy, lamp oil in puncheons and jugs, hams, pork in
barrels, potatoes, salt in tierces and bags, molasses puncheons and coffee
casks. A Schooner Boat with sails &c. complete, Boat and House Negroes, a
Cooper and what further may appear on the days of sale.
Kingston & McBean.
This is to inform
the Public, that the following Persons intend quitting this Colony:
Saml. R. Nurse, in
14 days or 3 Weeks, - 3d Feb.
Dond. McLean, in
14 days, - from the 5th Feby.
John Carpenter, in
do. or one Month, - from do.
H. J. Lucas, in 14
days or 6 Weeks, - from 5th Feb.
Wm. Gordon, Junr,
for Berbice, in 14 days, - ditto.
and Family, in 14 days or 3 Months, - from 6th Feby. 1810.
Thos. Frankland in
14 days or a Month, from Feb. 7.
J. Griffith, in
ditto or ditto, - from 8th Feb.
Allen Dalzell, in
ditto 2 Months, from Feb. 9.
Coulthurst, in 14 days, - from 10th Feb.
F. De Ridder, with
a black Servant, in 14 days or 3 Weeks, - from 10th Feby.
Henry Burton, in
14 days, - from 12th Feby.
Wm. Francis, in 14
days, - from 13th Feby.
with his Wife and two Slaves, in 14 days, - from 14th Feby.
Mrs. du Sart, in
14 days or 5 weeks, from Feb. 16th.
J. Steur, with his
Servant, in 14 days or 3 Weeks, - from the 19th Feby.
Richard Deane, in
14 days or one Month - from do.
T. C. Jones, in 14
days or six Weeks, - from do.
and her Servant in 14 days - from the 23d February.
Elizh. Arthur, in
14 days, - from do.
Benjn. Jeffery, in
six weeks or 2 Months - from do.
LL.D. by the first Fleet.
C. T. Tinne, first
Clerk. [no citing of Secretary's Office or date]
At the Commissary
Court of the 12th of March next, will be passed the following Transports and
Mortgages, Viz: -
By J. Van der Haas
q.q. the Widow Post, Transport of the half Concession No. 12 with the Buildings
thereon, together with the Water-Lot, both situate on the front lands of Pl. Werk
& Rust, to A. Van der Haas.
By Wm. Harris
Transport of fifty-six feet of the East end of Lot No. 92 in Cumingsburg, with
the Buildings thereon, to Philidore Leith.
By Philidore Leith
a Mortgage on the following Slaves her Property, viz: Joan, Grace, and Martin,
in favor of Messrs. C. & J. Ryan.
By John Browne a
Mortgage on the West part of Lot No. 28 in Cumingsburg, with the Buildings
thereon, and on two Slaves named Tom and Lucinda, in favor of Thos. Smith.
By James Rose
Transport of all his Right and Title to the Buildings situated on the two
thirds of the half Lot No. 16 in Middle-Street, Bridge-Town, and of his Right
and Title to the land for the present Lease to John Browne.
By Corns. Smit JCZ
Transport of the Plantation La Jalousie, situate in the Canal No. 1, with 27
Slaves, to J. A. Otto.
By J. A. Otto a
Mortgage on the aforesaid Estate La Jalousie and 27 Slaves, (said Estate now
called Anna Catharina) in favor of Corns. Smit JCZ.
By the free
Coloured Betsy Cantzlaar Transport of the 1/4 Lot No. 65 in Stabroek, with the
Buildings thereon to M. LaMaison as Father and Natural Guardian over his two
Minor Children William and Betsy.
By J. Fletcher a
Mortgage on a piece of Wood Land fifty rood facade by 750 deep, more or less,
situate on the East-side of this River, between the lands of J. P. Slengarde
and Margaretta Weezard, with the Buildings thereon and six Slaves named Simon,
Harry, July, Syfax, Leena and Modest, in favor of M. Marx.
By C. Smit JCZ.
Transport of the Lot No. 11 situate on the fore ground of Plantation Werk &
Rust, with the Buildings thereon, to A. Baum.
By Saml. Challoner
q.q. the Estate of the late Henry Farley, Transfer of the following thirteen
Slaves, viz: - Nancy, Congo Jack No. 1, Congo Jack No. 2, Lucky, Fanny &
little Suky, Isabella, William, Dick, Maria, Chance, Lymas and Eve.
By the Executors
of Joseph Lucas deceased, Transport of the South half of Plantation Good Hope,
in Mahaica Creek with its Cultivation and Buildings, to Benjn. Teyssen.
By Benjn. Teyssen
a Mortgage on the said 1/2 of said Plantation &c. in favor of the Executors
of J. Lucas.
By J. F. Meyer
Transport of the Plantation le Desir, being part of the Plantation formerly
called Jacoba Constantia in the Canal No. 1, to Stephanus Deeges.
By Robert Ramsay
Transport of the Lot and Buildings No. 46, in Kingston, to Thomas Dunbrack.
By John Wilson
q.q. George Inglis, a first Mortgage on Plantation Bellefield, situate on the
East Coast of Demerary, in favor of John Gladstone of Liverpool.
By Rusell Allyn a
Mortgage on Twenty-three Slaves his Property, a list of the Names to be seen at
the Office, in favor of Wardrop & Ferguson.
Office, 23d February 1810.
C. T. Tinne, first
Notice is hereby
given, that in One Month from this date, will be Sold at Public Auction, (if
not previously claimed and Expences paid) a negro Man called Tom, belonging to
Mr. Macrae, brought to the Barracks by Mr. Pollard.
S. G. Martens,
Average Cash Price
of Produce in Stabroek this day
Cotton - 18 to 19
stivers. Sugar - 3 to 4 stivers.
Coffee - 9 1/2 to
10. Rum (C. P.) 22 & 1/2
We have much
pleasure and satisfaction in laying the following Bulletin before the Public.
It reach us yesterday through the favour of a Gentleman from Barbados, via
Berbice, and amply justifies the Public expectation from the Armament led on
and conducted by the Conquerors of Fort Bourbon and Martinique. We are happy
to add that further particulars may be daily expected respecting this signal
and important event.
[article from the
Bridgetown Mercury follows]
Theatre Royal -
The Tragedy of George Barnwell, with the Farce of The Anatomist, (by
Ravenscroft), was performed at this Theatre on Thursday Evening, we understand
in a very unexceptionable manner and much to the satisfaction of the audience,
particularly the after-piece, - during the performance of which the house was
in one continued roar of laughter and applause.
Died. - Yesterday
Afternoon, at his Brother's House in Cumingsburg, William McGarel Esq.
and Cleared since our last.
Feb. 23 Brig
Penelope, Capt. Morrison, from New Brunswick - Lumber, Tar, Provisions &c.
CLEARED. - None.
List of Runaway and Arrested Slaves
in the Colony Stocks of Demerary, 24th February,
Joh. De Ruiter.
J. L. Loof,
Pl. Non Pareille,
G. F. Engels,
S. G. Martens, Drossaart.
Printed and Published
Tuesday and Saturday Afternoon
Edward James Henery.