Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1812 January 18

Vol. VII.]

The
ESSEQUEBO [Colophon] & DEMERARY
ROYAL [Colophon] GAZETTE.

[No. 442.

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1812.

                  COMMISSARIAT-OFFICE,
                  Demerary, Jan. 18, 1812.
CASH WANTED for the following Bills of Exchange, drawn by Joseph Bullock, Esq. Commissary-General, on the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, London, at Thirty Days' sight.
No. 2177 . . . 200.
2178 . . . . 200.
2179 . . . . 200.
2180 . . . . 100.
2181 . . . . 100.
----- 800 Sterling.
[obscured] which Tenders in Quadruplicate (and on [mutilated]
[obscured] ets foolscap paper) sealed and marked "[mutilated]
[obscured] Bills of Exchange," will be received at this [mutilated]
[obscured] Thursday next the 23d Inst. at 8 o'Clock [mutilated]
[obscured] ning, when they will be opened in the pres [mutilated]
[obscured] Officer Commanding His Majesty's Troops [mutilated]
[obscured] highest offer or offers, (if approved) accepted [mutilated]
Alex. Pitman,
Assistant-Commissary-Gen.

                  COMMISSARIAT-OFFICE,
                  Demerary, Jan. 18, 1812.
CASH WANTED for the following Bill of Exchange, drawn by Joseph Bullock, Esq. Commissary-General, on J. C. Herries, [illegible] Commissary in Chief, London - at Thirty Days' sight:
No. 13 . . . 100 Sterling.

[obscured] Tenders in quadruplicate only, endorsed, [mutilated]
[obscured] Bill of Exchange," will be received at this [mutilated]
[obscured] Thursday next the 13th [sic] Inst. at 8 o'Clock [mutilated]
[obscured] ning, when they will be opened in the pres [mutilated] of
[obscured] Officer Commanding His Majesty's Troops [mutilated]nd
[obscured] highest, if approved, accepted.
Alex. Pitman,
Assistant-Commissary-Gen.

                  OFFICE OF ORDNANCE,
                  Demerary, Jan. 18, 1812.
The Ordnance Boat having drifted from the trench at the Fort, about eight days ago, the reward of a Joe will be given to whoever may have found her, and will give information where she may be sent for. - She is a four-oared Tent-Boat, painted lead colour, streaked outside with white, inside of the tent white, a white star in her stern, and bottom black.
C. J. O'Hara,
Ordnance Store-Keeper.

DEPARTED this life, on the 8th at Plantation t' Huistederen, (the property [mutilated] Backer, Esq.), Mrs. Vanden Heuvel [mutilated] Storm van s'Gravesande. Mr. Vande[mutilated] makes this known to the public, as he is n[mutilated] of receiving any letters or visits of condolence.
Jan. 16.

HOUSE-FRAME WANTED. [heading]
ANY person willing to find all materials, erect, and shingle, a HOUSE-FRAME, of the following dimensions, viz 40 feet long, 20 feet wide, 2 1/2 stories, (each story 10 feet and the half-story 3 feet high) with four dormant windews in the roof; on a Lot in town not more than 80 feet from a convenient landing-place; will please send in tenders to the Office of this Paper, directed to X.Y. on or before the 1st of February, when the lowest offer will be accepted, and Cash paid on the work being compleated. - Jan. 18.

TEN JOES REWARD [heading]
WILL be given for lodging in the Barracks, or delivering to the Subscriber, on Plantation Johanna, Varken-Island, Essequebo, a MULATTO WOMAN, named Susanna, late the property of James U. Rose. deceased, left him by Will of Miss Ann Reece, for his life only, and at his death to become the property of Mrs. J. R. Adams, wife to Subscriber, to her and her heirs for ever. The said woman has acquired a fictitious name of Susanna Chase. All white or free coloured persons are once more forbid harbouring said woman. Masters of vessels are cautioned against taking her out of the Colony. If she is not taken up before the 3d of next month, she will be sold, unsight unseen, to the highest bidder, at Fort-Island, Essequebo.
Jan. 14. Samuel F. Adams.

NOW landing from the Ship Pilot, Capt. Barton, from Bristol, and for sale by the Subscribers, in addition to their late assortment of goods by the Kingsmill, from Liverpool, and Caledonia, from London:
Table-Beer
Strong-Ale
Hams, Tripe, and
Truckle Cheese.
Simson, Grant, & Co.
Cumingsburg, Jan. 17.

ALL Persons having claims against the Estate of Mr. Thomas Harris, deceased, late Manager of Plantation Foulis, are requested to render them without delay to the Subscriber, at Plant. Lusignan, or address them to him at the store of Messrs. Simson, Grant, and Co. in Cumingsburg.
Jan. 17. John Wilson, Executor.

[Need to place the following in proper date and place]
The undersigned having the necessary apparatus for duly regulating the WEIGHTS and MEASURES, hereby informs all those whom it may concern, and desires that they will, without delay, send all their weights, steelyards, measures, &c. for the annual assaying, at his house, to be regulated accordingly, agreeable to a Resolution of the Hon. Court of Policy.
Stabroek, January 14, 1812.
S. G. Martens,
Col. Assayer.

POCKET-BOOK LOST, [heading]
DROPT on the public road, between Plantation The Hague and Boerassiere-Creek, a red Morocco Pocket-Book, containing several orders, acceptances, &c. which can be of no use to any body but the proprietor, payment having been stopped. Whoever has found the same is requested to deliver it at this Office. A reward will be given. - Jan. 18.

STOPPED, this day, at the Store of the undersigned, in Bridge-Town, a Colony Paper, of considerable value - offered by a Negro, for the purpose of ascertaining the amount. The same may be had, on proving property, and paying all expences.
Jan. 17. John Browne.

FOR BRISTOL. [heading]
[sailing ship icon] The Coppered and Armed Ship Pilot, Thomas Barton, Master,
Will sail hence the end of February, having two-thirds of her cargo ready. For Freight or Passage apply to the Master, on board, or to
Jan. 14. Edward Austin,
At the Store of Messrs. Pollard;
Who will be thankful to the friends of Mr. Thomas Daniel and Sons for their early assistance to the above vessel.

 
[Sailing ship icon - heading]
For Sale, Freight, or Charter. [heading]
The fast-sailing Bermuda-built Sloop Mary, James Briggs, Master, burthen 42 Tons. Apply to the Master on board, or to
Jan. 18. W. Gibson.

The Public are respectfully informed that the Jubilee-Tavern is now kept at the new house of Mr. M. Marx, in Werk en Rust; the pleasant situation of which is some recommendation in its favour, and the reduced price of the charges, will, no doubt, be approved of by all who visit.
The Subscriber also takes this opportunity of returning his thanks to his punctual customers, and to assure them he will take much pleasure in accommodating them to the best of his power.
Bouillon every day at 12 o'clock, and Liquors of the best quality provided.
Jubilee-Tavern, Jan. 17. W. A. Ellis.

MARSHAL's OFFICE, [heading]
DEMERARY. [heading]

By virtue of an order of the Honourable Court of Justice, dated 25th of November, 1811, granted on the petition of Alexander Cassey, are herewith by me, the undersigned First Marshal of the said Court, by public edict summoned, all known and unknown creditors of the said Alexander Cassey, to appear, or send attornies, before the Honourable Counsellors-Commissaries of the Court of Justice, at their Session in the chief town of Stabroek, on the 10th day of February next and following days, in order to be heard on such propositions as the said Alexander Cassey, on that day, shall think fit to hold forth to them; when the Court, after receiving the Report of the Counsellors-Commissaries shall further dispose, as it shall find proper.
Done in Demerary, 17th of January, 1812.
M. Smit,
First Marshal.

SECRETARY's OFFICE, [heading]
DEMERARY. [heading]

This is to inform the
Public, that the following Persons intend quitting this Colony;-

Van het Secretary deezer Colonie word geadverteerd
dat de volgende Persoonen
von voorneemens zyn van hier
na elders te vertrekken, viz;

J. J. Anslow, in 14 days or 6 weeks, from Jan. 2.
R. Deane, do. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.
D. M'Leay, in 14 days . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.
J. Higgins, in do. or 6 weeks . . . . . . . . 3.
Mrs. C. Ryan, do. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.
C. Van Dyk, in 14 days . . . . . . . . . . . 3.
A. Auld, in do. (or by the Ship Nereid) . . . 6.
L. Cary, in do. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13.
Mrs. Atkins, and family, in do. or 6 weeks, . 14.
H. Clementson, in do. or do. . . . . . . . . 16.
Mrs. Clementson, and one servant, in do or do.17.
G. Dickson, in ditto or ditto, . . . . . . . 17.
C. Taylor, in 14 days . . . . . . . . . . . 17.
Robert Phipps,
Sworn Clerk.

PUBLIC VENDUES [heading]
IN DEMERARY. [heading]

On Monday, the 27th instant, at the Vendue-Office, by order of Mr. G. B. M'Alpin, - Two Negroes, named Tom and Tom Bowline, both excellent carpenters; also, by order of H. Cantzlaar, Esq. a Negro, named Bristol and, on the same day, six cows, two oxen, one calf, one pipe and two hogsheads of very choice Madeira wine, a quantity of Negro-jackets, pennistone, German Oznaburghs, &c. &c.
January 18. Robert Kingston.

SECRETARY's OFFICE, [heading]
ESSEQUEBO. [heading]

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that Mr. William Poole intends to leave this Colony in fourteen days, or three weeks, from this date.
Secretary's Office, Essequebo, 16th of Jan. 1812.
J. P. Rouskolb,
First Clerk.

BEKENDMAKING. [heading]
Also den Heer William Poole voorneemens is binnen den tyd van 14 daagen of drie weeken na dato deese Colonie te verlaaten, zo word zulk aan 't publicq bekend gemaakt.
Secretary van Essequebo, 16e of Jan. 1812.
J. P. Rouskolb,
Eerste Clercq.

[Transcriber's note: only this fragment]
[mutilated] following additional names to the
[mutilated] address to Captain Smith, of the
[mutilated] for insertion in our last Number:
[mutilated], of the Ship Fame.
[mutilated] of the Brig Bridget.

[Transcriber's note: by placement within the issue and the context, the following appear to be deaths]
[mutilated] - van den Hoff, Esquire;
[mutilated], Sen. Esq. - and, last night, Dr.

Vessels Entered an[mutilated] [heading]

Entered. [heading]
Jan. 6. Sch. John Duncan, A.[mutilated]
Sch. Neptune, J[mutilated]
9. Brig Criterion, J[mutilated]
11. Ship Pilot, [mutilated]

[Here, 'Cleared' assumed, but mutilated in text]
Jan. 8. Sh[mutilated]
10. Sc[mutilated]
13. Sh[mutilated]
Sh[mutilated]
Shi[mutilated]
Shi[mutilated]
14. Bri[mutilated]
Shi[mutilated]
Shi[mutilated]
15. Shi[mutilated]

[Here, Arrested slaves is assumed, but mutilated in text]

Co[mutilated]
Bra[mutilated]
Coffy[mutilated]
Prese[mutilated]
Baste[mutilated]
Nelso[mutilated]
Mich[mutilated]
Thom[mutilated]
Quan[mutilated]
Yo[mutilated]
Jo[mutilated]
Tho[mutilated]
Willia[mutilated]
Ned [mutilated]
Daniel, [mutilated]
Jan. 18.

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By Edward James Henery.
 


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