Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1811 December 10
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10th, 1811.
The Public are hereby cautioned against taking in payment an
Obligation, drawn by the Subscriber in favour of Messrs. Lyon and Co. in the
year 1807, value f 954: 17; as the said Subscriber is in
possession of documents to prove the payment thereof, and all other accounts
concerning that Firm.
For Liverpool. [heading]
Stolen or Strayed, from the house of Mr. Alexander Tinne, on
Thursday morning last, a handsome large brown Scotch Terrier; answers to the
name of Fox. Was brought out by Capt. Dougal, in the Demerary. Whoever will
return the said dog, or give information of him, so that he may be recovered,
shall receive a Joe reward, on application to
Marshal's Office, [heading]
By virtue of an order granted on the petition of Adam Smith and Thomas
Frankland, testamentary executors, in this country, to the estate and effects
of the late William Heathcote, deceased, are hereby by me, the undersigned,
Marshal of the Court of Justice in this Colony, for the First Time by edict
summoned, all known and unknown Creditors here of the abovementioned estate, to
appear before the Honourable Court of Justice at its Session, in the chief town
of Stabroek, on the 20th of January next, and following days, in order to give
in and make good their claims; whereas, after this first, the second, third,
and fourth, edict, the non-appearers will be proceeded against according to
Public Vendues [heading]
On Thursday the 19th of December, by Order of Joseph Hill, Esq. at
his store, the following goods of recent importations - Printed calicoes, of
various kinds, fine fancy cambric do. cambric muslins, longlawns, Irish linens,
Russia and Lancashire sheeting, diapers, huckaback, bordered and pocket
handkerchiefs, towels and napkins, table cloths of all sizes, linen and cotton
platillas, Britannias, linen checks, shirting and lining calicoes, long cloths,
Romal and Madras handkerchiefs, chintz furnitures, corded and India dimities,
Trafalgar table covers, coloured nankeen and granderels, fancy muslin for
dresses, salempores, coats, coatees, jackets, trowsers and pantaloons, shirts,
white jean, quilting and black silk vests, flannel jackets, haberdashery,
stationary, ironmongery, glass and earthen ware, japanned and tin ware,
saddlery, lamp and paint oils, paints, tea, spices, stone blue, split peas,
black pepper, raisins, candles, soap, tongues, tripe, new Cork butter, in whole
and half firkins, hams, cheese, corks, shot, mortars and pestles, Malmsey wine,
perry, Cogniac brandy, Swedish bar-iron, and iron hoops, London, Hessian, and
jockey boots, dress and strong shoes, ladies' black silk hats, Fribourg's
snuff, &c. &c.
SECRETARY's OFFICE, [heading]
Coignaud, in 14 days, or one month, from Nov. 21.
We entertained the animated hope, that, before the publication of the present number of the Royal Gazette, some vessel would arrive from England, capable of authenticating (by being in possession of official documents) the pleasing and important communication we made to our readers on Saturday last, respecting the military transactions in Spain; but, as we have been disappointed in that respect, we have endeavoured to make our paper as valuable as possible, by extracting, from the papers by the late arrivals, as many articles of foreign interest as our limits would permit.
[right pointing hand icon] Four P. M. - We stop the Press to announce the arrival of the Bridget, Capt. Kennan, from Liverpool, by whom we have been forwarded with a sight of a Paper in which are the Dispatches from Lord Wellington so anxiously looked for; but, we are sorry to state, that they do not realize all our expectations - inasmuch as no general battle has been fought, two smart skirmishes, the relief of Ciudad Rodrigo, and the falling back of the allied army into a stronger position, making up the whole of the intelligence.
Died. - Lately, in Barbados, T. G. Heyliger, Esq. of the House of Brumell and Heyliger, of this Colony.
On Thursday last, Mr. Alexander Simpson, Mason.
For Liverpool. [heading]
Runaway and Arrested Slaves, [heading]
Dec. 7th. W. V. D. Wagt, Scout.
Stabroek: Printed and Published