Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1812 August 11

Vol. VII.]

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

[No. 502.

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1812.

NOTIFICATION. [heading]
THE Honourable Court of Criminal and Civil Justice of Demerary and Essequebo, intending to proceed at their next Meeting, on the 17th of August, and following days, to the dispatch of whatever business may yet remain of the former Courts, this is to inform thereof all those whom it may concern.
Thus done in the Court-house, George-Town, August 10, 1812.
Alex. Tinne,
First Clerk of the Court of Justice.

THE FISCAL'S OFFICE is, for the present, removed to the house of the Drossart, S. G. Martens.
F. P. Van Berckel,
Demerary, August 10. Fiscal.

THE Harbour-Master's Office, will, in future, be kept at the Fiscal's Office. August 10.

                  COMMISSARIAT-OFFICE,
                  Demerary, August 10, 1812.
CASH wanted for Government Bills, amounting to One Thousand Pounds Sterling, at thirty days' sight, drawn by the Deputy Paymaster General, London, for the pay and subsistence of His Majesty's Troops. Tenders in triplicate, for the whole or any part of the said Bills, will be received at this Office, until eight o'clock in the morning of Monday the 24th instant, when they will be opened, and the tender or tenders most advantageous to Government accepted.
Alex. Pitman,
Assistant-Commissary-General.
N.B. Each Tender to be upon a whole sheet of foolscap paper.

THE Undersigned (having served a regular apprenticeship in London, as a Watch and Clock Maker) offers his services to his friends and the public in general. He has taken the house in Cummingsburgh, lately occupied by Miss Kitty Reid, near St. George's Church, for the purpose of carrying on the business in all its branches; and trusts, by the strictest care and assiduity, to merit their patronage.
August 11. George Ward.

THE Subscriber requests all those indebted to him to come forward with payment, to enable him to satisfy all those who have claims against him. As it is with a view of getting matters arranged satisfactorily that this is inserted, it is hoped it will be attended to.
August 11. John M'Aulay.
N.B. The commodious House, between the residence of John Madden, Esqr. and Miss Elenor Blair, with Out-buildings, &c. to be hired - and possession may be had on the 20th instant, apply as above
John M'Aulay, qq.

SECRETARY's OFFICE, [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;

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, and two children, with one servant, in 14 days or 6 weeks, from July 7.
Frances Rebecca Frye, in 14 days or 6 weeks 17.
Adam Niel, in do. . . . 20.
J. C. H. Kuster, with 12 Slaves, names to be seen at this Office, in do. 21.
Henry Woolford, in do. . . . 22.
Frederick Backer, with negro boy Favourite, in 14 days, . . . 24.
Thomas De Lisle, in 14 days or six weeks, Aug. 1.
Richard Jenkins, in do. . . . 6.
Secretary's Office, Demerary, August 8, 1812.
Charles Wilday,
Sworn Clerk.

Wanted to Hire - Ten Able Field Negro Men, for a Year certain. - Apply at the Printing-Office of this Paper.
August 10.

PUBLIC VENDUES. [heading]

Note. The Sale, by Order of R. Onink, Esqr. is unavoidably postponed from the 13th, to Thursday the 20th instant. August 11.

On Tuesday the 18th, will be exposed for sale, on the Premises, by order of G. Fontaine, Esqr. - The Concession, No. 72, with all the Buildings thereon, situated in Stabroek.
August 11. Robert Kingston.

On Wednesday, the 26th of August, [see 18120801EDRG] . . .
Also by Order of A. Macqueen, qq. - A middle-aged Woman, with her three Children, of nine, eleven, and twelve years of age - the mother is an excellent washerwoman, and the eldest boy a good house-servant.
Also, by Order of H. Cantzlaar and V. A. Heyliger, Esquires, qq. M. Lamaison, Esqr. - An excellent Pipe of London Particular Madeira Wine, of the first quality.
July 29. Robert Kingston.

King's House. [heading]

GENERAL ORDER. [heading]

To-morrow being the Anniversary of His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, His Majesty's Troops and the Militia will parade on their respective posts, at half past eleven o'clock, A.M. The fire will commence by a Royal Salute from Fort William Frederick; after which, a Volley from the 2d Battalion 60th Regiment - and then the Royal Militia. A short pause between each volley, as they may not be distinctly heard from their respective parades.
His Excellency the Acting-Governor regrets very much, that severe indisposition will deprive him of the honour of seeing such Gentlemen as would wish to call upon him in commemoration of the Day.
King's-House, George-Town, August 11th, 1812.
By His Excellency's Command,
L. Imthurn,
Major Brigade.

NOTIFICATION. [heading]

His Excellency the Acting-Governor and the Honourable Court of Policy have been pleased to re-appoint John Forbes, Esquire, Receiver of the Madeira Wine and Transient-Trader's Duty.
Court-House, George-Town, August 11, 1812.
By Command,
Charles Wilday,
Clerk of the Court of Policy.

The Schooner Burchall, Capt. Lawson, which arrived on Sunday from Barbados, has brought Papers to the 4th instant - the contents of which are highly important, as they remove all doubts respecting the Declaration of War on the part of America, against Great Britain - the following copy of the President's Proclamation to that effect, being inserted in the Mercury of the 1st: -
An Act, declaring War between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the Dependencies thereof, and the United States and their Territories.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that War be and is hereby declared to exist between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Dependencies thereof, and the United States of America and their Territories: and that the President of the United States be and is hereby authorised to use the whole Land and Naval Force of the United States to carry the same into effect; and to issue to private armed Vessels of the United States commissions or letters of marque and general reprisals, in such form as he shall think proper, and under the Seals of the United States, against the vessels, goods, and effects of the Government of the said United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the Subjects thereof.
Approved. - June 18, 1812.
(Signed) James Madison.

The above was received in Barbados by an arrival from Martinique.

The Barbados Papers by the Burchall, do not contain any London News later than we have already received. They, however, have enabled us to lay before our readers, the follow [sic] copies of [Transcriber's note: not transcribed - European news]

Public Vendue. [heading]
By Authority obtained from the Honourable Court of Justice of this Colony, dated 2d of September, 1809, will be sold at Public Vendue, on Friday the 28th of August, sundry open accounts, notes of hand, &c. &c. appearing due to the estate of F. Bynoe, deceased, agreeable to the following list.
W. King [right pointing brace, indicating 'Curators.']
P. Benjamin.
Demerary, July 31, 1812.

 

f.

s.

p.

Samuel Conner

471

13

8

Thomas Walker

2160

7

0

Estate Sarah Parfit

152

10

0

Pl. Elizabeth Hall

142

10

0

A. Cozier's Note

281

12

0

A. Howard

2434

19

4

A. Timmerman

786

2

8

John M'Kenna

887

11

9

Peggy Williams

565

5

0

James French

118

10

0

John Salmon

215

10

0

T. W. Nutt

116

10

0

Anthony De Kam

905

13

14

John Jones

443

19

8

R. B. Ousley

248

10

0

A. M. Dougan

264

10

8

Conner and Paynter

165

5

0

G. H. Trotz

716

14

8

Jos. Kendal

54

0

0

John Kent and Co.

32

0

0

T. Fairbrother

41

5

0

- Bosquet

56

7

0

T. Richardson

110

0

0

M. Bernard

411

7

8

M. Gould

175

0

0

Samuel Cox

205

4

0

Francis Schovers

416

5

0

Brumell and Addison

851

12

7

John Addison

238

5

0

Ralph Skelton

154

0

0

Jos. Stass

1499

17

8

Sally Hays

33

5

0

Elizabeth Taylor

165

0

0

M. Barker

460

4

0

John Willoughby

207

10

0

C. H. Lloyd

65

9

6

G. Handasyde

71

2

6

Charles Crook

55

0

0

John Young

616

0

0

Nathan Hart

957

0

0

W. A. Ellis

45

0

0

Thomas Pennington

289

10

0

Jos. Vize

856

3

8

Thomas Wishart

355

10

0

Peggy Hackett

438

2

8

Thomas Collier

42

5

0

N. Stallwood

33

0

0

Estate of J. C. Gehreeke

169

4

0

H. M. Bunbury

1921

12

0

I. Van Beuren

2062

15

0

Frances Thomas

68

15

0

Bella Alsop

143

15

0

- Rouskall

47

7

0

John Huiberts

336

0

0

Mary Millington

263

15

0

M'Kay and Black

20

0

0

Elizabeth Candell

12

0

0

Theodore Barrell

16

10

0

Pl. Belle Plain

333

14

0

John Crawford

664

16

0

N. Lougee

107

10

0

William Davies

231

0

0

F. Dunton

374

0

0

M. Griffin

247

0

0

Estate of G. Brumell

112

0

0

Estate of M. Divlin

387

0

0

A. C. Walcott

219

16

0

H. W. Bentinck

27

10

0

- Rynders

68

2

8

M'Pherson, Stephenson, and Co.

388

14

8

W. Stagg

51

10

0

[second column]

 

f.

s.

p.

S. F. Leott

64

10

0

J. C. Cells

32

0

0

J. Anderson

16

10

0

Ship Duke of Kent

44

0

0

Samuel Hacket

58

0

0

Samuel Thornton

237

5

0

John Conyards

704

0

0

John Brumell

132

0

0

James Brazil

528

0

0

- Bradsute

141

0

0

Betsey Brigs

66

10

0

W. J. King

44

0

0

M. B. Elliott

30

0

0

David Armstrong

88

0

0

- Coutelat

350

0

0

Armstrong, Heyliger & Co.

99

12

8

Daniel Sergeant

374

0

0

William Alves

99

0

0

J. C. Hecke

168

4

0

J. Watkins

110

0

0

Dr. J. Robinson

11

0

0

- De Gravier

65

12

8

Pl. Profit

66

0

0

F. Martin

120

0

0

J. G. Adlung

330

0

0

John Harrop

264

0

0

H. Levy

22

0

0

John Lewis

99

0

0

H. Bloomsbury

652

2

8

John Salmond

44

0

0

J. D. Scantlebury

12

7

8

J. A. De Beet

53

7

8

T. Baldwin

44

0

0

J. C. Van Eeten

80

10

0

Sarah Graham

33

0

0

A. J. Wilson

545

4

0

D. M'Farlane

22

0

0

Cecilia Roach

52

10

0

Mercy Duke

93

10

0

J. A. Jansen

347

0

0

James Arvin

22

0

0

James Mings

129

0

0

John Braggins

80

14

0

M. I. Verroen

4911

0

0

Ruthy Deane

73

0

0

- Lizette

66

0

0

T. W. Birkett

66

0

0

Hester Newton

22

0

0

Dido Clerk

44

0

0

Colony of Demerary

88

0

0

Pl. Fellowship

48

0

0

- Bolts

90

0

0

D. Timmerman

964

0

0

James Taitts

116

15

0

John Gill

479

4

0

T. G. Baggs

68

0

0

Benjamin Bowen

44

0

0

H. Minas

672

0

0

John Arian

143

0

0

E. Latham

140

0

0

Henry Farley

185

0

0

James Deweever

1027

17

0

Widow Boin

38

10

0

- Tynes

660

0

0

James Rutherford

100

0

0

Lucy Jones

188

0

0

William Whiston

184

7

0

N. Lougee's order on Rupertie

148

10

0

N. Hart's good

36

0

0

Harris Drayton's acceptance

155

0

0

J. L. Robinson's order on Kent

76

0

0

Ann Simonis' order on Bollers

380

15

0

Susanna Connor

66

0

0

Pl. Walton Hall

198

0

0

- Burnier's order on Markordt

116

10

0

S. B. King

1700

0

0

A. J. Nunes

1994

5

0

J. Downing's two notes

87

16

0

S. Thornton's order on Knight

237

5

0

John M'Beth's note

97

9

11

[third column]

 

f.

s.

p.

T. Milikin's do.

2000

0

0

J. Carrol's Order on E. Butler

137

17

8

P. F. Kholer's Order J. Eli

660

0

0

Thomas Harriett dec.

387

0

0

A. Henery Order on Harriett

475

0

0

R. Carrol's Order on Henery

110

0

0

W. Drayton's Order on Lewis

118

0

0

G. Ross's Note

445

0

0

J. Bridges's Good

4

10

 

Hugh Fraser's Order on Barrel

403

14

0

Kholer's Order on Mack

72

0

0

Sanders Game's Accep.

550

0

0

P. Runnel Johanne's [sic] Bill

1512

10

0

R. Armstrong's Note

216

15

0

J. C. Ross's Good

11

0

0

J. Nieuwenhuis's Note

616

0

0

Moses Vandam

77

0

0

Elias Woolf

469

17

0

John Akors

44

0

0

G. Winthuizen

77

0

0

A. Boter

428

15

0

J. Harriet

829

8

8

J. M. Vansuyk

510

19

8

S. Van Thol

5418

7

9

G. Edwards' good

60

0

0

William Wilson's note

300

0

0

Slengard's order on q.q. Pl. Providence

175

0

0

C. A. Bauer's note

1430

0

0

A. Timmerman's order on Latham

296

0

0

Ruben Pitcher's note

356

0

0

C. Whitehead's order on Jones

164

0

0

Pike and Wilson's notes

337

4

0

A. Shanks suit and expences

1471

10

0

G. Robertson

78

18

6

Pl. Maria Johanna

225

10

0

A. P. Heraut

559

13

8

C. Block

55

0

0

W. Niel

1562

7

0

Peter Clements

170

10

0

F. Van den Velden

793

16

0

J. C. Codin

213

10

0

Mrs. Boter

746

0

0

Thomas Ince suit and expences

862

15

0

Richard Foreshaw

131

0

0

Edward Bishop

658

0

0

J. G. Klausman

18

5

0

Nancy Schwiers

22

0

0

Robert Gordon

44

0

0

D. Mercurius

33

0

0

Eliz. Dey

66

0

0

Jos. Simpson

407

10

0

J. Sutherland

90

0

0

M. Visser

272

5

0

Margaret Rapier, suit and expences

323

0

0

Thomas Morson, do.

126

17

8

Thomas Harriet, do.

863

10

0

R. Merchant, do.

2292

0

0

H. Houston & Co. do.

1225

19

8

Estate G. Jones, dec. do.

2266

10

8

Estate of W. Till

1731

16

0

C. N. Bollers

776

1

8

William Young

602

15

0

Philip Jackman

299

19

0

Alexander Houston

51

5

0

Henry Croft

22

0

0

A. J. Knoop

419

10

0

Widow Malgraaft

138

5

0

- Everts

4620

0

0

Smit's order on Nieuwerkerk

141

16

0

W. Drayton's order on Vincent

66

5

0

F. W. Small q.q. Evans bill 150 9

1805

9

0

L. Tuckerman

180

0

0

C. Corly's note

1867

7

0

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[sailing ship icon - heading]
The Ship Pilgrim, [heading]
T. Horn. Master. [heading]
Will sail from hence with the October Convoy. For freight or passage apply to the Master or to
Johnson, Dyett, M'Garel & Co.
August 10.

For Glasgow. [heading]
[sailing ship icon - heading]
The Ship Sisters, [heading]
J. Gemmill, Master. [heading]
Will sail from hence a running-ship, the first springs in September. For freight or passage apply in Berbice to Mr. Angus Fraser, or here, to the Master, or
Demerary, Aug. 10. E. & A. Fraser.

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


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