Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1812 June 13

Vol. VII.]

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

[No. 483.

 

SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1812.

                  COMMISSARIAT-OFFICE,
                  Demerary, June 13, 1812.
CASH WANTED for the following Bills of Exchange, drawn by the Deputy-Paymaster-General, on the Paymaster-General, London, at Thirty Days' sight:-
No. 5064 . . . . 300.
5065 . . . . . 300.
5066 . . . . . 200.
5067 . . . . . 100.
5068 . . . . . 100.
____ 1000 Sterling.
Tenders in triplicate to be sent this Office, marked "Tenders for Bills," on or before 9 o'clock on Monday morning, the 22d instant, when they will be opened, and the offer most advantageous to Government will be accepted.
Alex. Pitman,
Assistant-Commissary-General.

FOR SALE - a prime NEGRO BOY, about sixteen years of age - can be well-recommended - and the price will be reasonable. Apply to
June 13. J. Franklin.

CAUTION. [heading]
THE Subscriber has observed with surprise, an account against him, from the estate of John Campbell, deceased, advertised to be sold on the 23d instant, - for f 629 5; which is erroneous, as the estate of John Campbell is in his debt, as per account which he can produce.
June 13. H. M. Waldron.

THE Sequestrators to the Estate of J. Bastiaans, M.Z. deceased, request a meeting of the Creditors of said estate, on Monday the 29th instant, at the house of Mr. P. Verbeke, to her the proposals then to be made them, and consult with the Sequestrators on the best mode for liquidating the debts against said estate. June 12.

THOMAS SMITH respectfully informs his Customers, and the Public in general, that in consequence of his Oven being out of repair, it will not be in his power to supply them with Bread, until repaired; of which he will give due notice. He further begs leave to return thanks to those gentlemen who have favoured him with their constant custom and hopes to merit a continuation of the same.
June 13.

NOTICE. [heading]
IT being the intention of the undersigned to quit this Colony, early in the ensuing month, requests all persons, having any demands against him, to render the same in, by the 30th of the present month, for payment; as after that period, no claims will be admitted. At the same time those indebted to him either by Notes of Hand, or Open-Accounts to come to an immediate settlement.
June 13. Robert Fellows.

NOTICE. [heading]
IN the List of Open Accounts, &c. of the Estate of John Campbell, deceased, published in both Newspapers, appears one against A. G. Bourmeyster for f 931: the Subscriber, therefore, informs the public that he has the receipt of the above account in his possession.
June 13. P. C. Mickerts, q.q.

PICKED-UP, at Fort William Frederick, on the 7th instant, a SMALL BOAT, damaged in the side. Any person, on proving property, may have it, on paying all expences; but if not claimed within fourteen days from this date, it will be sold for that purpose.
June 13. W. Robinson,
Gun. Roy. Art.

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

BY virtue of authority obtained from His Excellency Major-General H. L. Carmichael, Acting-Governor of the United-Colony of Demerary and Essequebo, President in all Courts and Colleges, &c. &c. &c. I, the undersigned First Marshal of the aforesaid Colony, will expose and sell, at Marshal's sale, in presence of the Honourable Commissaries of the Court of Justice, and their Secretary, at the Court-House, in George-Town, on Tuesday the seventh day of July next ensuing - the following Effects and Properties, viz.-
1st. In behalf of P. C. Mickerts, q.q. the Estate of J. P. Smit, deceased, versus B. Dykhuizen - a half lot of land, No. 50, situated in the District of Stabroek, North-dam, with the buildings thereon, consisting in a dwelling-house, out of repair; also a negro woman, named Europe, with her infant child.
2d. In behalf of A. Labee, versus Joseph Bergh - the lot of land, No. 6, Letter B, situated in Werk en Rust, with a dwelling-house thereon, 40 feet by 24, more or less, 1 1/2 story high, standing on a brick foundation or wall 10 feet high; a side, or out-house, 100 feet in length and 18 feet wide; a horse-stable, a privy, and lastly, a brick cistern.
3d. In behalf of C. Smit, J.C.Z. q.q. the Estate of M. Aut, deceased, versus J. F. A. Karel - a Negro man-slave, David.
4th. In behalf of C. Smit, J.C.Z. versus J. F. A. Karel - the following three negro slaves, Damon, Adam, and Codjo.
5th, and lastly - In behalf of D. Smith, versus Ann Cook - a negro slave, Bird Perch.
Whoever should think to have any right, interest, or claim, on the before-mentioned properties and slaves, and wish to oppose the sale of the same, let such person or persons address themselves to me, the First Marshal, stating their reasons for so doing, when a day of hearing will be appointed, according to law; and those inclined to speculate, please attend the sales on the day and place before-mentioned.
Demerary, June 12, 1812.
Mart. Smit,
First Marshal.
[Transcriber's note: compare with version in 18120627EDRG.]

BY authority duly obtained from the Honourable Court of Criminal and Civil Justice of the United-Colony of Demerary and Essequebo, I, the undersigned First Marshal of the aforesaid Colony, shall expose and sell at public execution sale, on the premises, and in the presence of two Counsellor-Commissaries and their Secretary, on the 10th day of July, 1812, at twelve o'clock at noon of that day - The Plantation called Chantilly, the property of G. Jones, deceased, situated on the West-bank of the River Demerary. - And on the 17h day of July, 1812, at twelve o'clock at noon of that day - The undivided one-third part of the Plantation, called Concord, the property of James Pemberton, deceased, situated on the North side of the Mahaica Canal: all conformable to the respective inventories thereof, now laying at the Marshal's Office for the inspection of those whom it may concern.
Whoever should think to have any right, title, or claim on the before-mentioned Plantations, and intend to oppose the sale or sales thereof, let such person or persons address themselves to me, at the Marshal's Office in this Colony, declaring their reasons for such opposition in due time and form; and I do hereby give notice, that I will receive such opposition from any one thereunto qualified, appoint them a day to have such claim or claims heard before the Honourable Court of Justice, and further act therein as the law directs.
Demerary, June 12, 1812.
Mart. 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;

Robert Patterson and Family, in 14 days
or one month, from May 19.
Joseph Hill, in do. or 6 weeks . . . . . . . . . . . 22.
George Hayes, in 14 days or one month . . . . . . . 23.
P. Sythoff, and family, in 14 days or 6 weeks . . . 23.
P. L. Soret, in do. or do. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26.
The free Julie Danayde, in do. or do. . . . . . . . 26.
Thomas Crauford, in do. or do. . . . . . . . . . . . 26.
John Douglas, in do. or 3 weeks, . . . . . . . . . . 27.
Rebecca Christy, in do. or do. . . . . . . . . . . . 30.
William Mackenzie, in one month, or in [right pointing brace]
the Brig Penelope, . . . from June 5.
Robert Trotman, in 14 days or 6 weeks, . . . . . . . 5.
Charlotte Gowdy, with 5 servants, in do. . . . . . . 5.
Andrew Rose, in 14 days, or one month . . . . . . . . 6.
Francis Granes, in 14 days or 6 weeks . . . . . . . . 6.
Jonathan Hawkesworth, in do. or one month . . . . . . 8.
E. Fraser, in do. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9.
Jesse Furnace, and family, in do. or 6 weeks . . . . 11.
The Hon. A. Meertens, with the first Packet, [right pointing brace]
or in 14 days, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11.
P. M'Intyre, in 6 weeks, or by the Ship Traveller 12.
Secretary's Office, Demerary, June 13, 1812.
Charles Wilday,
Sworn Clerk.

Banns of Matrimony [heading]
Between Edward Henry Dutton, bachelor, born in England, and Miss Johanna Thomas, spinster, born in Grenada.
Any person knowing any just cause or impediment why the above parties should not be joined together in holy matrimony, must declare the same at the Colonial Secretary's Office.
Demerary, May 29, 1812.
Charles Wilday,
Sworn Clerk.

Banns of Matrimony, [heading]
(First-Time.) [heading]
Between John Walcott, batchelor, born in Barbados, on the one part; and Mary Ann Barnwell, born in Essequebo, Minor, assisted by her father, Edward Barnwell, Esq.
Any person knowing any just cause or impediment why the above parties should not be joined together in holy matrimony, must declare the same at the Colonial Secretary's Office.
Demerary, June 13, 1812.
Charles Wilday,
Sworn Clerk.

At the Commissary-Court on the 6th of July [heading]
next, will be passed the following [heading]
Transports and Mortgages; [heading]
viz. [heading]
1. By Hugh Hyndman, q.q. the Guardian of the Heir of Ichabod Brush, Transport of the Plantation Blyden-Hall, formerly called The Grove, situated on the East Sea-Coast of this Colony, between the Plantations The Vigilance and The Strathspey, to William Blyden Panye.
2. A Mortgage from W. B. Panye upon the above in favour of the Heir of Ichabod Brush.
2. [sic] By W. B. Panye, q.q. I. Brush, deceased, Transports of the lots No. 15 and 16 in Cumingsburg, to Henry Lookey
3. By John Mackintosh, Transport of the Lot No. 109, with all the buildings thereon, situate in Cumingsburg, to Rosaline M'Leod, in life-rent, and to her Children in fee or reversion.
Charles Wilday,
June 12. Sworn Clerk.

PUBLIC VENDUES [heading]
IN DEMERARY. [heading]

Note. - The sale of Negroes by order of Adam Smith, Esq. q.q. is unavoidably postponed to Monday the 22d inst. and the sale of book-debts of the late John Campell is also postponed from the 15th to Tuesday the 23d instant, as will be seen below.

On Thursday the 18th of June, by Order of Miss Elizabeth Rose Bentinck, at her house in Cumingsburg. - Household furniture, consisting of mahogany tables with D ends, breakfast ditto, card tables, pembroke ditto, fly ditto, Grecian sofas, couches, a large mahogany chair with cushions, a large sideboard, liquor case complete, a pair large looking glasses, swing ditto, mirrors, mahogany and cane bottom chairs, globe lanthorns, chest of drawers, a cloaths press, a ladies' dressing table complete, a ditto work table, mahogany and japan tea trays, a ladies' red morocco trunk-lined with velvet, two completed china tea sets, china bowls and mugs, glass ware of the best quality, earthen ware, knives and forkes [sic] with mahogany cases, cruet stands, tea cadies [sic], &c.
June 13. Robert Kingston.

On Friday, the 19th instant, at the Stores of Messrs. Evan and Angus Fraser, in Cumingsburg - Fish in hogsheads, salmon in barrels and half-barrels, herrings in barrels, turpentine in ditto. Also a few hogsheads of excellent Bourdeaux Claret, and what further may appear on the day of sale.
June 13. Robert Kingston.

On Monday the 22d instant, [see 18120609EDRG] . . .
Also, by order of Adam Smith, Esq. q.q. - Twenty prime Negroes, including a boot-captain [sic], some carpenters, sawyers, and very superior field men and women.
June 9. Robert Kingston.

On Monday, the 29th instant, on the premises, by order of the Executors of Dr. A. Baum, deceased - The concession and buildings in Werk en Rust, opposite the premises of the Hon. C. Vincent, lately occupied by the deceased. Also ten Negroes, household furniture, 8 capital horses, a collection of books, a considerable quantity of medicines, and what may further appear on the day of sale.
June 13. Robert Kingston.

On Tuesday, the 30th instant, by order of Patrick M'Intyre, at his Store, Middle-Street, without reserve, viz. - Beef and pork, tea, refined sugar, paints and oil, nails assorted, 4d. to 30d.; ladies' and gentlemen's stockings, calicoes, salempores, Russia sheeting, Irish linen, glass and tin ware; tobacco, in hogsheads and barrels; Negro-clothing assorted; household furniture, consisting of tables with D ends, chairs, sofas, sideboard, bedsteads with mattresses, &c. &c.; also the house and lot No. 2, with out-store, stable, kitchen, &c. lately put up, and a most desirable situation for business. Terms for the house, 6, 9, and 12 months.
June 13. Robert Kingston.

We have no arrivals to announce in the present Gazette; but the Diana, Capt. M'George, and the Union, Capt. Henry, from Glasgow; the Zephyr, Capt. Davies, for London, and the Dominica Packet, Capt. Hea, for Liverpool - have cleared since our last.

We have to discharge the painful duty of announcing the death of the Honourable Alexander Macrae, of Plantation New Hope, in this Colony. It took place on Tuesday Evening last, at half past six o'clock. - The virtue of this excellent person well known; to describe them faithfully would thy panegyric - in fact.
      "His life was gentle, and the elements
      "So mix'd in him, that Nature might stand up
      "And say to all the world - This was a MAN!"

Also, on Thursday last, departed this life, Dr. Bradford, of Plantation Free-and-Easy.

Berbice Gazettes to the 6th instant, are come to hand; but their contents are not important. We however [illegible letter]nd, that the usual public spirit, in the inhabitants of that Colony, is exerting itself for the relief of the sufferers in the island of St. Vincent:- that His Excellency Governor Gordon has been pleased to appoint John Hubbard, Esq. of Essequebo, and T. C. Emery, Esq. of Berbice, his Aides-de-Camp, with the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel; and that addresses of gratitude are preparing for presentation to His Excellency General Carmichael, "for the prompt and ready manner in which he has attended to the applications, suggestions, and wishes of the colonists."

A TRIBUTE TO MERIT. [heading]

      Without or wealth or fame to recommend,
Say, will Carmichael kindly condescend
To accept the tribute of an humble bard,
And deign his lowly efforts to regard? -
      While at his levee, numbers crow'd in throngs,
And sue him to redress oppressive wrongs;
Say, will he listen to those humble lays
Which strive for merit, by announcing praise? -
      Shall one, unblest with scientific rules,
Or boasted arts from academic schools;
Unknown to genious, and unknown to fame,
From him, well vers'd in all, attention claim?
In him we hope - in him, exulting find
The sweetest softness, with the brave combin'd;
In him, Carmichael, we have all to boast -
Long may he rule us, and protect our coast!
      While he presides, oppression shall not dare
To raise her haughty head, or taint the air;
Stern-visag'd threats o'eraw'd, no more affright
The trembling sufferer, or invade his right.
Beneath his banners, virtue shall again
Revive her drooping honours, on our plain;
Impartial justice re-assume her sway,
And hold her edicts in the glare of day! -
      But ah! how short, perhaps, the bliss may be -
In mercy, Heav'n - avert the stern decree;
The sad idea damps the muse's fire,
And from her trembling hand, she drops the lyre!
      Oh no - repeating echoes answer - no -
From us he must not, no - he cannot go -
Let every voice in fervent accents pray,
And court his Sov'reign to prolong his stay;
So shall our better genius then prevail,
And vicious acts no more our rights assail;
But virtue, truth, and wisdom, ever guide,
And give to Britons, all a Briton's pride! -
Demerary, June 11. ET.

Runaway and Arrested Slaves, [heading]
in the Colony-Stocks of Demerary. [heading]

Names.

Proprietors

Brought by.

Coffy,

Mrs. Van Doresten,

Dienders,

Boosman,

M'Fraser,

Bell,

George,

Pl. Soesdyk,

Pl. Poolman.

Hood,

Mr. Samms,

Mahaicony.

Jack Liar,

F. Yates,

Pl. Parika.

Dick,

Pl. Musquito Hall,

Scout.

Jim,

E. J. Henery,

Pl. La Penitence.

Harry,

Widow Luhrs,

Ditto.

John,

Mr. Anderson,

J. & C. M'Intosh.

Isack,

Pl. Zeeland,

D. s'Gravesande.

Gilbert,

Mr. Rule, (Berbice)

Ditto.

Andrew,

Pl. Calcutta,

Tally, (Mahaica)

Tam,

G. Sutherland,

H. M'Coll.

Sandy,

T. Laurence,

S. Bradley.

Louis,

H. Abrahams,

Military.

Smart,

Dingwell,

Mrs. Coutelat.

Prince,

T. Laurence,

Pl. Orange Nassau.

And in the Stocks of Essequebo. [centered]

Carel,

Coffey,

Free Negro Jotto,

Damon,

Pl. Grove(Mahaica)

Lanferman,

Ambrose,

D. Dunn,

Ditto,

Jim,

Chandler,

Pl. Vilvoorden,

June 13.                  F. Strunkay, Scout.

GEORGE-TOWN: [centered]
Printed & published every Tuesday & Saturday Afternoon,
By Edward James Henery.
 


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