ESSEQUEBO [Colophon] & DEMERARY
ROYAL [Colophon] GAZETTE.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1812.
J. W. ROBINSON [heading]
leave to offer his compliments to those concerned, and requests a settlement of
their notes and accounts as he would be very sorry to have recourse to any
B. - The Terms of his Vendue (advertised for Monday and Tuesday next, and which
will begin early on those days,) are as follow:- Three month for merchandize,
and six for negroes.
Thursday next, the 27th of February, 1812, will be publicly sold to the highest
bidders, for immediate payment in cash, at the King's Warehouse, on the
premises of Messrs. Fullerton, Oliverson and Co.
boxes of soap and candles, 12 kegs of tripe, 4 kegs of sausages, 20 whole and
18 half barrels of beef, 3 casks of gin, 18 hogsheads and 29 boxes of fish, 65
kegs of butter, 2 kegs of lard, 1 barrel of dried apples, 98 kegs of crackers,
5 boxes of smoked herrings, and 20 barrels of tar.
on board the American Barqu Jane, by Lieut. Guise, Commanding His Majesty's
Brig of War Liberty, and sold under authority of an order of the Hon. Joseph
Beete, Judge-Surrogate of the Vice-Admiralty Court of this Colony.
B. Knight, Actg. Comptr.
very Prime Negroes.
to William King.
at Plantation La Grange, a LARGE FOUR-OARED YAWL, painted red. - The proprietor
may have the same, by paying the expence of advertising, and bestowing a reward
on the negroes who found her. Feb. 24.
Published - Price Six Guilders, [heading]
Pocket Almanack for 1812, [heading]
expressly calculated for these Colonies; [heading]
an APPENDIX, [heading]
the Names of the Members and Officers of the Courts of Policy and Justice; of
the Board of Electors; of the Financial Representatives; of the Boards of
Orphan Chamber; and of the Consistories. The Names of the Officers of the
Secretaries' Offices. The Names of the Councellors at Law, Attornies, and
Solicitors. Names of the Officers of the Marshals' Offices; of the Court of
Vice Admiralty, of the Custom House, &c. The Days of Meeting of the Courts
of the Brigade of Demerary Militia. The Course of Exchange, of 4s 8d. the Spanish
Dollar brought into Demerary Currency, at f 3 the Dollar. The Names of
the different Plantations in Demerary, their Produce, Proprietors, Measurement
in Front, and Number of Slaves. An Account of the Colonial Revenue and
Expenditure for the last year. Total of Colonial Exports. A Chronology of
many Remarkable Occurrences in different Parts of the World, &c.
and sold at the Royal Gazette Office; [centered]
also may be had, [centered]
Almanacks for the Present Year,
Manner of Proceeding in the Courts,
Edition of Ryk's Oration,
Bills of Lading and Exchange,
on Cards, &c.
note: no 'posting' date for this item.]
Subscriber has imported in the Caledonia, John Cameron, Master, and on hand
from former importations, the following goods, which will be sold reasonable
for immediate payment, viz:
& pork in half barrels,
porter in bottles,
port and Madeira wine per dozen,
& blue & white do.
and white calicoes,
linen, cotton shirting,
diaper, long lawn,
tick, blk silk Florentien
veils, shawls, & turbans,
brown, green, and yellow muslin,
boots and shoes,
and cotton umbrellas,
4-4, and 6-4 cotton cambric,
and frill'd linen shirts,
dowlas, and harn,
cotton & linen, and linen check,
and linen Britannias,
and negro hats,
and worsted shoulder braces,
and oval swing looking glasses,
lead in 14 and 28 lb. kegs,
do. in 28 lb. kegs,
and green paint,
oil in 2 & 2 1/2 gall. jugs,
scrubbing & cloth do.
HL, and hook and eye hinges,
brass do. with screws,
locks 6 to 12 inches,
double bolted padlocks, small brass ditto,
case & sloping desk do.
and trunk do.
jack and smoothing planes, gouges & chissels assorted, turn screws,
shovels, & pruning knives, coffee mills,
and frying pans,
vat cocks, wine do.
with copper scales, brass chains, and Dutch weights,
ivory handled knives and forks with carvers,
& black bone handled ditto, buck handled do.
and pen knives,
razors, ground on 4-inch stone,
mahogany dressing cases,
screws, metal spoons,
and japanned bed-room candlesticks,
and milk pots,
and tin lanthorns,
and small scissars
jacks for colony boats
white, and blue burgees for ditto,
and narow [sic] blue, red, and white bunting,
and grapnels, &c.
25. L. M'Bean.
ship icon] The Dominica Packet,
Hea, Master, [centered]
sail from hence the beginning of April, a running vessel, or join convoy in the
Island, should any offer. For Freight or Passage apply to
Feb. 25. Simson, Grant, & Co.
BROWN HORSE was taken up by the Dienders, on the 8th instant, and brought to
the Colony-Jail. The proprietor thereof can have him restored, by applying at
the above Jail, and paying the expences; and, if the said horse is not claimed
within 14 days from this date, the same will then be sold at Public Vendue,
according to a Resolution of the Honourable Court of Policy, dated July 9, 180?
[3 or 5].
February 24th 1812.
those having claims against the deceased Nicholas Rousselet, Esquire, of this
Colony, are requested to present them for examination as early as possible to
15. Deliberating Executor to his Last-Will.
note: unable to find this item in previous issues.]
is to inform the
that the following Persons intend quitting this Colony;-
het Secretary deezer Colonie word geadverteerd
de volgende Persoonen
voorneemens zyn van hier
elders te vertrekken, viz;
H. Cantzlaar, in do. or 6 weeks, from Feb. 3.
R. Embleton, & one servant, in do. or do. 5.
I. Robertson, in do. . . . 9.
Jones, in do. . . . 12.
J. M'Pherson, in do. . . . 13.
Innes, and servant, in do. . . . 14.
F. Smith, in 14 days . . . 14.
Douglas, in do. or by the Ship Thomas, 19.
Blake, in do. or 6 weeks . . . 20.
Aikin, in 14 days . . . 21.
Hamer, and her Son, in do. . . . 21.
Monday the 9th of March, [see 18120215EDRG for '10th of March'] . . .
18120218EDRG for '10th of March'] . . .
18120222EDRG] . . .
the same day, 20 to 25 head of cattle, of the best breed, among them are 7
young cows with calves.
14. Robert Kingston.
Tuesday, the 24th of March, by order of the Executors of William Harris,
deceased, at the Vendue-Office, - A piece of wood-land, situated in
Hayama-Creek, with the buildings thereon, consisting of logies, Negro-houses,
&c.; twenty-one prime slaves, being a complete wood-cutting gang; 40 pieces
of timber, Wallaba and greenheart; a tent-boat, one large and two small punts;
40 M. shingles, 400 Wallaba staves; a horse, some articles of furniture; a
parcel of carpenters' tools, whip and cross-cut saws; and what farther [sic]
may appear on the day of sale. - The land and buildings will be sold at a
credit of six months and the other articles a three months.
25. Robert Kingston.
much regretted by his friends, and acquaintance, on Plantation Vrouwe Anna,
Leguan-Island, on Saturday last, the 22d inst. H. H. Luhrs, Esq.
Ship Nereid, from London, via Gibraltar and Madeira, arrived yesterday. . . .
note: European news not transcribed]
of a Private Letter from Lisbon, of a recent [centered]
received by way of Madeira, by a [centered]
in this Colony. [centered]
note: European news not transcribed.]
the course of last year. [heading]
- Four vessels from Liverpool; 3 from Barbados; 2 from Surinam; 1 from Berbice;
and 12 from North-America. - Total, 22.
- One from London; 1 from Liverpool; 4 from Barbados; 1 from Grenada; 1 from Dominica;
2 from Surinam; 1 from Oronoque; and 11 from North-America. - Total, 22.
- One from London; 2 from Liverpool; 1 from Glasgow; 8 from Barbados; 1 from
Dominica; 2 from Surinam; 1 from Berbice; and 6 from North-America. - Total,
- Two from London; 5 from Liverpool; 1 from Bristol; 3 from Glasgow; 3 from
Barbados; 1 from St. Vincent; 2 from Grenada; 3 from Surinam; and 1 from
North-America. - Total, 21.
- Five from London; 1 from Liverpool; 1 from Glasgow; 1 from Belfast; 3 from
Barbados; 2 from Surinam; 1 from Oronoque, and 3 from North-America. - Total,
- One from London; 2 from Liverpool; 2 from Glasgow; 1 from Dublin; 1 from
Lisbon; 2 from Barbados; 3 from Surinam; and 2 from North-America. - Total, 14.
- Three from London; 6 from Liverpool; 1 from Whitehaven; 6 from Glasgow; 1
from the Cape of Good Hope; 1 from Rio Janeiro; 1 from Antigua; 3 from
Barbados; 2 from Surinam; 3 from Berbice; 2 from Oronoque; and 6 from
North-America. - Total, 35.
- Two from London; 1 from Greenock; 1 from Antigua; 1 from Lisbon; 1 from
Madeira; 5 from Barbados; 2 from Surinam; 1 from Berbice; and 5 from
North-America. - Total, 19.
- Four from London; 4 from Liverpool; 1 from Glasgow; 1 from Martinique; 3 from
the Brazils; 3 from Barbados; 2 from Surinam; and 13 from North-America. -
- Four from Liverpool; 1 from Greenock; 2 from the Brazils; 2 from Barbados; 2
from Surinam; 2 from Oronoque; and 10 from North-America. - Total, 25.
- One from Liverpool; 2 from Glasgow; 1 from Bristol; 2 from Barbados; 1 from
Surinam; and 10 from North-America. - Total, 17.
- Two from London; 8 from Liverpool; 1 from Lancaster; 1 from Greenock; 5 from
Barbados; 1 from Oronoque; and 9 from North-America. - Total, 27.
Printed & published every Tuesday & Saturday Afternoon,
By Edward James Henery.