ESSEQUEBO & DEMERARY ROYAL GAZETTE.
OCTOBER 26th, 1811.
COMFORTABLE and commodious Dwelling-House, with every conveniency for the
residence of a genteel family, situated on the Half Lot No. 62, in the chief
town of Stabroek, and now in the occupancy of Mrs. ATKINS. The buildings
attached are of the most eligible construction, consisting of apartments for
servants, stable, coach-house, &c.
will be made very accommodating. For particulars, please apply on the premises,
to Mrs. ATKINS, or to
26. BENJAMIN SPOONER.
I stand accused by Capt. THOMAS MOODY, of the Corps of Royal Engineers, of
withholding the Rations (and turning them to my private advantage) of the
Negroes employed on the Works at the Post of Morocco, and being determined in
the most public manner, to rescue my character from so odious an imputation, I
hereby earnestly call on all persons, with whom I have had any transaction,
either in Flour or Salt Meat, during my command at that Post, to make a return
of those transactions immediately to the Board of His Majesty's Commissioners
now sitting in this Colony; and should the Board conclude its sitting before
those returns can be made, if any there be, I beg that they may be transmitted
to the Commanding General, to enable him to transmit them to His Majesty's
Board, wherever it may be then and at that time holding its sitting; and if
there be any person or persons with whom I have had any private conversation,
which might go to cloak or hide any pecuniary transaction of mine, I hereby
release them, and call upon them to declare it.
23d. 1st, or the Royal Regt. of Foot.
strong draft HORSE, and a light GIG, the harness quite new, the Horse will be
found a valuable acquisition to a family, he being perfectly good tempered and
quiet. For particulars enquire of the Printer. Oct. 26th.
third of a lot of land, with a hard-wood frame, 60 feet long and 18 wide, two
stories and a half high, with four dormant [sic] windows, and shingled with
wallaba shingles complete, adjoining the lot of Capt. W. WHITE, deceased, in
Kingston. If not sold at private sale in the course of the three months from
date, it will be sold at public Vendue. Apply to
26. ELIZABETH ANN FRENCH.
A good House FRAME, 40 feet long, by 20
broad, one and a half story, of the best materials. Also a PUNT, 27 feet long,
by 8 1/2 broad. An approved purchaser may have the Frame or Punt, on reasonable
terms and delivered free of expence at any Stelling in Town, for particulars
apply to ROBT. MARSHALL, or
quantity of roller-wood or letter-wood can be had at a short notice.
Demerary Oct. 26.
Sale by the Subscriber, at his Store, the following articles, in prime order,
being principally just landed from the Ship Antigua Packet, viz
M'Call, & Co.'s June butter, in whole and half firkins; Westmoreland hams,
pine and loaf cheese, ribs beef, dried and pickled tongues, mess beef and pork,
in half-barrels; raisins, currants, almonds and figs in jars, spermaceti and
tallow candles, soap, hyson tea, and refined sugar; white-wine vinegar, starch,
blue, and pepper; London porter, beer, port wine, and cyder; salt, in barrels;
nails, boat-anchors, cables and cordage, sewing and sein twine, gunpowder,
corks, flour in half barrels; Hessian boots, men's and boys plain and buckled
shoes; fashionable, black, blue, and fancy, superfine coats and coatees; Irish
linens, sheetings, shirtings, long lawns, table-cloths, towelling, linen
diaper, cotton and linen Britannias ditto cambrics, flaxen Osnaburghs, Welch
flannel, ready-made shirts, flannel jackets and dressing-gowns, linen and
cotton checks, printed callicoes, check shirts and trowsers, blue and black
calimacoes; book, mull-mull, and jaconet, plain muslins; musqueto-netting;
men's and boys' silk, beaver, willow, and leather hats; women's fashionable
straw ditto and bonnets; girls' beaver ditto; white and black silk stockings;
ditto gloves, all sizes; ladies' and children's kid, velvet, and Morocco shoes;
best green silk umbrellas, ladies' parasols, black and coloured silk
handkerchiefs, India and English nankeens, bombazeen, bombazet, black and
coloured crape, Florentine, sarsnets, Persians, ribbonds, threads, tapes, pins;
men's, women's, and children's leather gloves; thread and cotton lace,
perfumery, and other articles - very reasonable, for immediate payment.
quality Madeira wine . . . f 30 per doz.
ditto ditto . . . . . . 40
26. THOMAS SHUTE.
THE Public are hereby informed, that the Butchers' Stalls and
Hucksters' Sheds in the Market-Place will be opened for their reception on
Sunday the 3d November, from which date the rent will commence. All those who
have engaged Stalls or Sheds, are requested to pay the Clerk of the Market for
the same. Demerary, October 26th.
F. VAN DEN VELDEN,
MACKENZIE, and Co. have imported in the Ship Sisters, twenty days from
Newfoundland, SALT FISH, in 3, 4, 6, and 8, quintal Casks, which they will sell
cheap for Cash, Bills of Exchange, or Produce at Cash Price. Oct. 25th.
NEW FISH, just landing, and for which Rum, Molasses, or Cotton,
will be received in payment, or for any other stores.
Wanted a few Casks of Rum, or Bales of Cotton of best quality, for
which Cash will be given.
Oct. 26. H. O. SEWARD.
THE Subscriber has just imported, per Ceres, from Liverpool,
New June Cork butter, in whole and half firkins; Westmoreland
hams, double Gloucester and pine cheese; which he will dispose of reasonably
for immediate payment; and as it is his intention of quitting the Colony
shortly, he is disposing of his stock-on-hand at very reduced prices, which
consists of a general assortment of merchandize.
America-Street, Oct. 26. JOSEPH HILL.
[Transcriber's note: the qualification 'IN DEMERARY' appears here
and in later issues.]
On Tuesday the 29th instant, at the VENDUE OFFICE, - 100 pieces
Irish linens and sheeting, 20 barrels Madeira onions, 40 barrels smoaked
herrings, and 100 barrels potatoes.
At the same time, by order of ROBERT KINGSTON and W. M'BEAN, q.q.
JAMES FREELAND, a negro man named Jacob.
October 26th. KINGSTON and M'BEAN.
On Thursday, 31st of October, by order of SIMSON, GRANT, & Co.
at their Store in Cumingsburg, a consignment of a few boxes of English soap;
and 30 casks cod fish, in excellent condition, just arrived in the snow Henry,
direct from Newfoundland. Payment, if made in fourteen days from the day of
sale, will be taken in rum, colony proof, at a guilder, and good
sugar, at 2 1/4 s.
Oct. 26. KINGSTON & M'BEAN.
On Thursday the 7th November, on Plantation Haslington, by Order
of R. BURNTHORN, Esq. q.q. - Household furniture, about twenty head of cattle,
a house servant, and what further may appear on the day of sale.
Oct. 26. KINGSTON and M'BEAN.
On Tuesday the 12th November next, [see 18111012EDRG] . . .
[see 18111015EDRG] . . .
Also on the same day, by Order of Mrs. MAPP, a young Negro Man, an
excellent Cook and House Servant.
Oct. 12th. KINGSTON and M'BEAN.
is to inform the
that the following
intend quitting this
het Secretary deezer
de volgende Persoonen
voorneemens zyn van hier
elders te vertrekken, viz;
Mrs. R. Freeman and her Son, in 14 days or 6 weeks, from . . .
M. Howard, with one servant, in do. or 6 weeks. 8.
E. Afanador, in do. . . . . . . 9.
J. Williams, in do. . . . . . . 11.
H. Parson, in do. . . . . . . . 12.
C. Taylor, in do. . . . . . . . 12.
C. Hendrison, in 14 days . . . 13.
J. Bradford, in 14 days or 6 weeks . . . 22.
K. Johnson and Children, with one servant in do. . . . 23.
F. W. Overweg, in 14 days, . . . . . . . . . 23.
J. Anstice, do. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26.
ROBERT PHIPPS, Sworn Clerk.
AT the COMMISSARY COURT of the 11th November, will be passed the
following TRANSPORTS and MORTGAGES, viz: -
By Thomas Mewburn, q.q. Thomas Cuming, Transport of the Lot No.
222, situate in Cumingsburgh, to Harry Lookey.
By Harry Lookey, Transport of the above Lot to Robert Robertson.
By Rose Ewing, Transport of the Lot No. -- [blank], situate in
Cumingsburgh, with the buildings thereon, to John Mackintosh.
By Andrew Rose, q.q. the Boedel Jasmin, Transport of the Lot No.
112, situate in Cumingsburgh, to W. Keith and Caulies Mauvielle.
By D. P. Simon, Transport of the Lot No. 3, situate in
Charles-Town, to E. Harp.
By W. Chorley, q.q. Robert Dodson, Mortgage on one-fourth of the
Plantation Quaker's Hall, cum annexis, in favour of John Dodson, of Lancaster.
By W. King, Mortgage on the half Lot No. 39, situate on the North
Dam, Stabroek, with the buildings thereon, together with eight slaves (names to
be seen at this Office), in favour of Douglas, Reid, and Co.
By the Attornies of W. Turner, Transport of the buildings situate
on Lot No. 2, in New Town, together with the right and title to the land during
the present lease, to Wardrop and Ferguson.
By Wardrop and Ferguson, Transport of the above to Colin Macrae.
By Colin Macrae, Transport of the same to Owen Kernan & Co.
By Owen Kernan and Co. Mortgage on the said Lot and Buildings, in
favour of Colin Macrae.
Secretary's Office, Demerary, 25th October, 1811.
P. F. TINNE, Dep. Sec.
A vessel from the Brazils and another from America, have this day
entered our river; but they bring no news.
We have been favoured with Liverpool Papers to the 9th of
September; and our readers will find the substance of their contents under
BRITAIN AND AMERICA.
find, that, notwithstanding the most happy consequences are anticipated from
the mission of Mr. Foster to the Government of the United States, the British
Ministry has thought proper to have recourse to certain measures of
retaliation; as appears by the following notice:
was determined, at a Council, held on the 6th of September, by the Prince
Regent, to issue an Order in Council prohibiting the entrance of American
vessels into British Ports, except those laden with wheat or flour; which
vessels are also to carry back a freight of the produce of that country or her
colonies. This regulation will be severely felt in America; but, if the
Government of that country, under the cloak of neutrality, is determined to act
the part of an auxilliary to one of the belligerents, it must expect
retaliatory measures from the other."
ENTERED and CLEARED.
19. Sch. Sally, Williams, from Gloucester, N.A.
Ship Antigua Packet, Mares, Liverpool.
21. Sch. Barbados, Tynes, Barbados.
22. Sch. Providence, Dives, Halifax.
Ship Ceres, Kneale, Liverpool.
17. Brig Braganza, Lamb, for London.
Brig Louisa, Cox, Newfoundland.
19. Brig Farmer, Sawyer, Portland, N.A.
Brig Penelope, Perkins, Halifax.
Brig Porus, Emery, Saco.
22. Brig David, Taylor, Berbice.
RUNAWAY and ARRESTED SLAVES,
In the Colony-Stocks of Demerary.
Pl. La Resource,
Juff. de Wolf
Miss Kitty Ann,
Van den Velden,
Pl. Covent Garden.
Oct. 26. S. G. MARTENS, Drossart.
Printed & published every Tuesday and Saturday Afternoon
Edward James Henery.