ESSEQUEBO [Colophon] & DEMERARY
ROYAL [Colophon] GAZETTE.
June 12th, 1810.
Creditors of William Postlethwaite Esq. are hereby informed, that there will be
One hundred Casks of Sugar, and Sixty bales of cotton, ready for delivery, on
Wednesday, the 20th instant, for which Tenders are requested to be given in to
the Subscribers, at the House of Mr. Madden, which will be opened at 12 o'Clock
on that day, in presence of such of the Creditors as choose to attend, and the highest
offer for the whole, or part, will be accepted of.
June 1810. John Madden.
The above Produce will be delivered in Stabroek.
find this item in earlier issues]
Be Let. [heading]
Concession No. 40 and 1/2 Concession 41, in Stabroek, lately occupied by Doctor
Smith, with the Buildings thereon; a Cistern containing 12 thousand gallons
Water, Kitchen and Bake-Oven, Stable, Fowl and Negro Houses, an Office with 12
glass sashes, the Garden with bearing fruit trees and plenty of Vegetables fit
for immediate use, the whole Concession paved with bricks. Enquire of
the Claudius, from London: -
Dressing Cases various sizes with razors, strop, hone, Oil, Ivory combs,
brushes, soap, scissors, Pen-knife, Tooth powder, &c. complete,
dressing pouches and dressing commodes,
strops' & paste,
ground on a 4 inch stone in cases,
Water in Pint Bottles,
soap in squares, viz: Windsor, rose, almond, violet, palm, palmyrene,
emollient, otto rose, and Sicilian, & convent in pots
hafted shaving brushes,
cloaths and hair brushes,
and tooth brushes,
in tin boxes,
and red ink powder,
ink in stone and glass bottles,
blacking in pots,
brooms with handles.
12th June 1810.
Subscribers have imported in the Ship Aurora, from Glasgow, the following
Articles which they offer for Sale at their Store: -
and cotton checks,
white fashionable Beaver Bonnets,
black silk ditto,
fancy Jubilee fashionable straw ditto,
split straw ditto,
made Cloaths consisting of superfine cloth Coatees different colours, Round
Jackets bound with silk ribbon,
of Table ware,
table Spoons & Soup Ladles to match,
& desert silver Spoons,
and refined Sugar,
Beef in barrels,
Cutlasses, Shovels and Pruning Knives,
and Puncheon Rivets,
15 to 30 fathoms,
Glass 10 by 14, 11 by 14 and 12 by 16.
McKenzie & Co.
12th June 1810.
Subscriber offers for Sale the Cargo of the Sloop Fanny, Capt. Jordan, just
arrived from Boston, viz.
& Plank, Pine Shingles,
O. Shooks with heads,
on Hadd [sic]
and Herrings in Barrels,
in whole and half barrels,
White and R. O. Shooks, &c.
12th June 1810.
being in Possession of the Subscriber,
a Barrel of Tongues,
a ditto of Pork or Beef, and Several pieces of red and blue Pennistone,
from the Brig Thetis, yet unclaimed, Notice is hereby given that the same will
be Sold at Vendue in ten days from this date (unless applied for in the mean
time) for the Benefit of all concerned, and to pay the Expences thereon.
12th June 1810.
Wednesday the 27th inst. at the Store of Willm. Lucas, without reserve: -
quality new Irish butter in firkins, new mess beef in barrels, Tobacco in
hogsheads, Indian blue and white Salempores, Jaconet muslin, rich chintz,
superfine callicoes, common do. Madras book muslin and Balafore handkerchiefs,
Ladies cotton stockings, Gentlemen's do and ancle socks, improved silk hats,
Coffee bagging, Negro cloathing, Hessian boots, Planters and dress shoes,
Ladies morocco do. &c.
12th. Kingston & McBean.
Tuesday the 10th July will be exposed for Sale at Public Auction, by order of
Messrs. Barton, Deane & Co. at their store in Cumingsburg, opposite Isaac
Wade Esq. -
furniture consisting of Dining tables with D ends, Pembroke and card table,
chairs, sofas, side board, Looking glasses, Lamps, Beds and Bedsteads, Glass
and earthen ware, wash hand stands.
five excellent House Servants, Dry Goods, &c.
12th Kingston & McBean.
Monday the 16th July, by order of L. A. J. Philippart, authorized by the Heirs
of the Hon. H. W. Knolman, - The Concession and Buildings situated in front of
Plantation Werk & Rust, formerly the Property of the Honorable P. C.
Ouckama, consisting of a very large Dwelling House, side Buildings as Negro
Houses, Chaise-House, Stable for four horses, kitchen with oven, a very
commodious and large Cellar under the Dwelling House; - the conditions to be
made known on the day of sale.
is to inform the Public, that the following Persons intend quitting this
Fullerton in 14 days from the 29th May.
Reed in ditto or six Weeks from ditto.
Laing in 14 days or one month from May 30.
Veronique with a Slave Phoebe and her Child, in 14 days from the 30th May.
Estwick in 14 days or 3 weeks from ditto.
Martin in 14 days from ditto.
W. E. Hofstede in 14 days from the 2d June.
Gunning in 14 days from 2d June or by the Ship Arirdne [sic].
Kingston in 14 days from do. or by the Neried.
McDonough in 14 days, from the 4th June.
E. Macintosh in ditto, from the 5th June.
Hill, in ditto, do.
Goding in 14 days or 6 weeks from 6th June.
Gowdy in ditto, ditto, from do.
Thomson in 14 days from the 7th June.
Furnace in 14 days from the 8th June.
Negro William King, by trade a Goldsmith, in 14 days from the 8th June.
Tinne, senior Clerk.
Cash Prices of Produce in Stabroek this day.
- 15 1/2 to 16 stivs. Sugar - 3 to 3 1/2 stivers.
- 9 1/2 to 10. Rum (C.P.) - 22 & 1/2
the Sloop Fanny, from Boston, the arrival of which we noticed in our last, we
have been favoured with five American newspapers, viz: - the Boston Gazette of
the 12th, 19th, and 23d of April, the Boston Patriot, of the 21st April, and
the Columbian Centinel, of the same date.
the Fanny left Boston, the John Adams Frigate had not reached America.
Bill suspending the non-intercourse act, and substituting a sort of Embargo,
had not passed into a Law.
Printed and Published
Tuesday and Saturday Afternoon
By Edward James Henery.