ESSEQUEBO [Colophon] & DEMERARY
ROYAL [Colophon] GAZETTE.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1812.
Commissaries of the Harmony-Society, inform the Gentlemen Amateurs, and
Honorary Members of said Society, that the CONCERT will take place to-morrow
evening the 19th instant, at 6 o'clock. George-Town, August 18.
THE Subscribers have received by the
Demerary, from Glasgow, and on hand of former importations -
beef and pork, hams, Irish butter, and cheese; slender beer, porter, herrings,
solid porter, tongues, split-peas, pickles assorted, loaf-sugar, sago, salt,
oats, pickled salmon, paints and oil, neatsfoot and lamp oil, spirit of
turpentine, glauber salts, bark, tallow, mill-grease, fishing lines and seins,
cordage, canvas, negro cloathing, cotton and linen check, brown-Holland, blue
cotton, linen Bengals, fine dowlas, Irish ravensduck, platillas, Osnaburgs,
Osnaburg thread and needles, sein twine, table-cloths, bed-sheeting, fine lace,
French and cotton-cambric, Irish linen, long-lawn, diaper, calicoes, ginghams,
seersuckers, fine Madras handkerchiefs, tape, thread, fine furniture calico,
cotton hammocks, dimity, fine quilting and jean, green-gauze, bed-tick,
flannel, ladies' hats, silk, beaver, Leghorn, straw, and planters' broad-rimmed
hats; gloves, coats, shoes, ladies' and gentlemen's cotton stockings,
umbrellas, ready-made cloaths, saddlery and stationery assorted, glass,
earthen, and tin ware; hoes and shovels, cutlasses, fusees with bayonets,
gun-powder and shot, furniture, locks, bolts, hinges, coopers' and carpenters'
tools, wine corks, nails assorted, large and small anchors, cambooses,
boat-chains, sheet copper, ivory-handled knives and forks, pen and pocket
knives, double-plated candlesticks, &c. neat guardevines, portable desks,
handsome dressing glasses, guaging-rods, and proof-bubbles, lime, bricks, Roman
15. M'Inroy, Sandbach & Co.
note: this item not found in previous issue.]
to the Colony-Jail, on the 9th instant, a BLACK HORSE; and which, if not
claimed in fourteen days from this date, will be sold at Public Vendue to
defray the expences.
August 18. Samuel Jacobs,
Undersigned, having observed in the late Gazettes, an advertisement of Messrs.
W. King, and P. Benjamin, as Curators to the Estate of F. Bynoe, deceased,
together with a List of Debts due to the said Estate, in which the name of -
Evertsz, is mentioned for a sum of f 4620; begs leave to caution
the Public against said demand, as he is able to prove by vouchers, which he
has in his possession, that it is totally erroneous.
18. H. C. Evertsz.
Creditors of Messrs. Bryant and Noonan are requested to meet at the House of
the Undersigned, on Thursday the 27th inst. at 12 o'clock, inconsequence of the
unfortunate death of the latter; when a fair statement of their concerns will
be laid before them.
18. Aaron Bryant,
Partner of the said Firm.
in front of Plantation New-Hope, a Punt, 39 feet long by 12 broad, with a tent
in the middle. - The owner may have her, on paying the customary remuneration
to the negroes who found her, and the expence of this advertisement.
17. A. Macqueen, q.q.
virtue of an appointment, granted by the Hon. Court of Civil Justice of this
Colony, upon a petition of Wm. Scott, dated 22d July, 1812.
the Undersigned First Marshal of both Courts of this Colony, and at the request
of aforesaid Wm. Scott,
by Edict; [centered]
known and unknown Creditors of the aforementioned W. Scott, to appear before
the Commissaries of the Court of Civil Justice of this Colony, on Monday the
24th of August, 1812, at the Court-House, in New-Amsterdam, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon of that day, for the purpose of hearing the proposals of the said
W. Scott, by virtue of the above-mentioned appointment, as well as to enable
the Honourable Commissaries to make a report of the proceedings of this meeting
of creditors and further to proceed according to law.
summon by edict being made known to the Public by beat of drum, from the
Court-House of this colony, and further dealt with according to custom.
8th August, 1812.
Francken, First Expl.
the United Colonies. [heading]
SECRETARY's OFFICE, [heading]
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;
and Mrs. Arnold, and two children, with one servant, in 14 days or 6 weeks,
from July 7.
Rebecca Frye, in 14 days or 6 weeks 17.
Niel, in do. . . . 20.
C. H. Kuster, with 12 Slaves, names to be seen at this Office, in do. 21.
Backer, with negro boy Favourite, in 14 days, . . . 24.
De Lisle, in 14 days or six weeks, Aug. 1.
Jenkins, in do. . . . 6.
Brown, in 14 days, or by the Schooner Governor Carmichael, . . . 10.
Jones, in 14 days or 6 weeks . . . 15.
Office, Demerary, August 15, 1812.
note: no new or modified vendues in this issue.]
herself from the subscriber, a Negro woman, named Belia, of the Congo Nation,
yellow-skinned, and pock-pitted; she is supposed to be harboured in Courabana.
Whoever will give information of said negro, or lodge her in the Colonial Jail,
shall receive a reward of one joe.
18. Sarah Allen.
have to announce the arrival on Sunday, of the Ship Sir Edward Pellew, from
Glasgow; on Monday, the Sloop Eliza & Jane, from Barbados; and this
morning, the Schooner Joseph, from the same island.
Barbados Papers by the Joseph, are to the 8th instant; and, in consequence of
the arrival there of the Swallow Packet, with the first Mail for July, they
possess London News to the 4th of that month. - On the sailing of the Packet,
England was still ignorant of the American Declaration of War.
Shipping Intelligence. - Arrived at London, from this River - The Horatio,
Walker; Granger, ---; Sir Sidney Smith, Knight; and Henrietta, Watson. At
Liverpool, the Caledonia, Cameron. In the Clyde, the Favourite, Shannon.
Ann, Capt. Brand, from Berbice, is arrived at her place of destination.
Ordinary-Session of the Court of Justice commenced yesterday; but we have not
heard of any question of particular importance being yet agitated. His
Excellency the Acting Governor, we are happy to say, is so far recovered from
his late indisposition, as to be able to preside.
Amadeus Heyliger, LL.D. and S. W. Gordon, Esqr. were admitted to the Practice
of the Law, during the sitting yesterday.
this life, yesterday, - Schirmeister, Esquire, of this Colony.
himself from the service of the Subscriber, a Negro Man, by trade a mason,
named George, formerly belonging to Mr. Rousselet, at whose Vendue he was
purchased on the 20th of February last, and from which time he has absconded.
A reward of Five Joes will be given to any one who will apprehend him, and
lodge him in the Colonial Barracks of either of the Colonies; and all Masters
of Vessels are cautioned not to take the said negro from the Colony.
Success, April 18. W. N. Firebrace.
Printed & published every Tuesday & Saturday Afternoon,
By Edward James Henery.