Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1813 May 15

 
The ESSEQUEBO & DEMERARY ROYAL GAZETTE.

Vol. VIII.]

[No. 580.
 

SATURDAY, MAY 15, 1813.

[seal icon - centered]
NOTIFICATION. [centered]
HIS Excellency Lieut-Col. EDWARD CODD, on whom the Civil Government of these Colonies has devolved, by the demise of His Excellency Major General H. L. CARMICHAEL, late Acting Governor, having been sworn in as such at an Extraordinary Meeting of the Hon. COURT OF POLICY held this day, this is, by Command of the said Court, to notify the same, to the end, that all persons within these Colonies may pay due obedience to His Excellency Lieut. Col. CODD in his said capacity of Acting Governor of these Colonies accordingly.
Court-House, this 12th May, 1813.
ALEX. TINNE, loco Secretarii,
Acting for the Clerk of the Court of Policy.

The Board of Orphans, [centered]
AND UNPROVIDED ESTATES, [centered]
DULY authorised by the Hon. Court of Justice, requests all persons who appear to be indebted to the several Estates devolved to the Board, and agreeable to the subjoined list - to make payment; or, in case some may be disputed, to produce such proofs as will substanciate [sic] such dispute, in the time of three months from date: - after which time, all such claims not paid , or to whom no valid objections are made, will be sold at public sale, for the benefit of the Estates.
Demerary, May 15, 1813, [centered]
By Order of the Board,
F. A. VERNEDE, Recorder.
[first column]
ACCEPTANCES. [centered]

 

Against whom.

Favor what Estate.

Amount.

1-

A. Culpeper,

M. Dickhout,

f 300

0

0

 

W. Deeges,

A. Spalding,

587

0

0

 

R. Wells,

ditto,

250

0

0

 

- Griffith,

ditto,

675

0

0

 

W. Caird,

ditto,

479

0

0

 

J. P. Valz, q.q.

J. Essenberg,

66

0

0

 

J. E. Donavan,

R. Sampson,

258

10

0

 

B. Poppwell,

J. Anderson,

220

0

0

 

A. F. Harrower,

D. Mackay,

345

2

8

 

Ths. Frier,

ditto,

106

0

0

 

J. M'Leod,

ditto,

244

10

0

 

J. Fraser,

ditto,

24

0

0

 

J. Clark,

ditto,

189

18

3

 

W. Pendegrass,

J. Nanton,

95

18

0

 

J. Ulrich,

Ditto

88

10

0

 

J. H. Strucker,

Ditto

62

10

0

 

J. G. Muller,

Ditto

17

0

0

 

F. Fussen,

Ditto

68

0

0

 

J. C. Pyper,

Ditto

24

0

0

 

L. Tuckerman,

Ditto

160

3

0

 

W. Haldan,

Ditto

132

0

0

 

S. Chandler,

Ditto

13

0

0

 

Jno. Goding,

Ditto

176

12

0

 

Jno. Henery,

Ditto

11

0

0

2-

G. C. Walace, Capital,

Ditto

381

15

0

1-

D. M'Vicar,

C. J. M'Intosh,

500

0

0

 

John Aeut & Co.

ditto,

66

0

0

 

R. S. Walcott,

ditto,

132

0

0

 

W. Till,

ditto,

109

3

12

 

Benjn. Daly,

J. Crauford,

132

0

0

 

J. H. Merckel, of

Frankfurth, in Germany

Heinr Ochs,

250

0

0

 

L. Lachtrop,

J. R. Schmidt,

141

12

0

 

N. Volkerts,

L F Schreibvogel

72

10

0

 

C. J. M'Intosh,

A. Simpson,

128

0

0

 

J. M'Farlane,

ditto,

77

0

0

2-

J. Kemp,

Alex. Duncan,

410

0

0

2-

J. Ramsey,

S. W. King,

77

0

0

 

J. Hunter,

Willfried Bell,

156

17

0

 

J. Gilbert,

John Brandrith,

44

0

0

 

J. M'Auley,

C. Lespiere,

116 gs. rum

 

J. N. A. Boedberg,

L. D. S. Wishrop,

203

0

0

 

 

George Laing,

Adam Smith,

2200

0

0

 

 

D. Breton, j.z.

ditto,

3300

0

0

 

 

G. Burges,

ditto,

530

0

0

 

GOODS. [centered]

1-

J. De Wind,

A. Spalding,

18

10

0

 

Th. Freyer,

Ditto

400

0

0

 

F. Horn,

Ditto

200

0

0

 

J. M'Pherson,

Ditto

431

6

0

 

Evan Lloyd,

Ditto

33

10

0

 

E. Lamming & Co.

Ditto

11

0

0

 

P. Thomson,

Ditto

10

0

0

[second column]

 

Against whom.

Favor what Estate.

Amount.

 

W. J. F. Faber,

B. V. Sandbergen

f 14

0

0

 

J. Hoesbergen,

ditto,

11

0

0

2-

R. L. Lelyveld & Co.

ditto,

82

11

0

1-

D. S'Gravesande,

J. J. Van Setten,

15

15

0

2-

J. W. Sterling,

ditto,

120

0

0

1-

J. de Beer,

ditto,

16

0

0

 

H. Fazy,

ditto,

6

0

0

 

Evan Fraser,

ditto,

8

0

0

 

J. D. Breton,

ditto,

12

0

0

 

D. C. Kok,

ditto,

16

0

0

 

G. Lockett,

Duncan Mackay,

111

10

0

 

J. Browne,

ditto,

110

0

0

 

Jerry M'Fie,

ditto,

16

10

0

 

R. C. Downer,

ditto,

3

0

0

 

W. Hacker,

ditto,

4

10

0

 

H. Madden,

ditto,

11

0

0

 

J. Watson,

ditto,

7

0

0

 

C. Tradwell [sic],

ditto,

1

0

0

 

Jerry M'Fie,

ditto,

10

5

0

 

R. Emmerson,

ditto,

3

0

0

 

T. Thompson,

ditto,

231

12

8

 

A. M'Millan,

W. Somersall,

121

0

0

 

Chas. Bean,

W. Smith,

150

0

0

 

J. H. Van Cooten,

J R v Geytenbeck

16

0

0

 

D. Barkey,

ditto,

7

10

0

 

J. Koert, j.z.

ditto,

7

10

0

 

D. Dungwall,

C. J. M'Intosh,

72

0

0

 

C. de Weever,

ditto,

99

0

0

 

Henry Duke,

J. Crauford,

72

0

0

 

G. L. Bladwen,

ditto,

165

0

0

 

A. Van der Haas,

J. R. Schmidt,

63

0

0

 

J. de Beer,

ditto,

105

10

0

 

A. Neuwieller,

ditto,

33

0

0

 

J. Van der Haas,

ditto,

14

12

8

 

A. Mackay,

T. Lawrence,

16

10

0

 

C. H. Campbell,

ditto,

25

0

0

 

A. M'Kensie,

ditto,

52

10

0

 

A. Cart,

J. G. Francke,

11

5

0

 

S. G. Martens,

ditto,

12

10

0

 

E. D. Crohan,

G. Hill Jones,

66

0

0

 

D. Gerretsen,

ditto,

11

5

0

 

Alex. Innes,

Alex. Simpson,

177

5

0

 

Madame Mouvielle,

C. J. M'Intosh,

80

5

0

 

Ths. Black,

ditto,

54

0

0

 

John King,

ditto,

500

0

0

 

W. Postlethwaite,

John Brandrith,

103

5

0

 

John Tremborn,

And. Welch,

42

0

0

 

J. E. Donovan,

ditto,

60

15

0

 

J. Mollin,

ditto,

6

0

0

 

W. Phillips,

ditto,

44

0

0

 

J. G. Robertson,

ditto,

12

0

0

 

George Luder,

ditto,

99

0

0

 

M. J. de Rochemont,

ditto,

48

0

0

 

W. Caird,

ditto,

22

0

0

 

J. Hunter,

ditto,

143

0

0

 

P. Pieterson,

ditto,

1

0

0

 

R. Crombleholm,

ditto,

6

0

0

 

C. N. Bollers,

ditto,

2

0

0

 

J. P. Bastiaansen,

C. H. Laue,

85

0

0

 

J. D. A. v. Straalgedorf,

ditto,

17

10

0

 

- Haley,

ditto,

7

0

0

 

H. C. Wagner,

ditto,

28

0

0

 

J. Pantliz,

ditto,

30

15

0

 

J. S. Gilgious,

ditto,

11

10

0

 

A. Foot,

D. Lathrop,

44

0

0

 

J. S. Bishop,

ditto

18

0

0

 

D. Cargill,

L D S Wishropp

5

10

0

 

Colin Douglas,

ditto,

2

10

0

 

S. Fraser,

ditto,

3

5

0

 

H. B. Fraser,

ditto,

5

5

0

 

W. Hawkesworth,

ditto,

2

10

0

 

H. B. Inglis,

ditto,

3

0

0

 

J. Munro,

ditto,

2

10

0

 

Jno. Paterson,

ditto,

3

12

8

 

R. Stephenson,

ditto,

1

5

0

 

J. L. Smith,

Adam Smith,

8

0

0

 

- Harrower,

ditto,

88

0

0

ORDERS, &c. [centered]

 

F. Rolak, promise

J. A. Forster,

572

0

0

 

P. Cumings on J. Kent,

R. Sampson,

20

0

0

 

W. B. Liot on Beekman,

Leond. Cornette,

45

0

0

 

F. D'Allee on T. Allicock,

ditto,

44

0

0

 

C. Hendricks on
C. N. Bollers,

A. Spalding,

72

0

0

 

H. O. Seward on Thomson,

Duncan Mackay,

38

0

0

 

John Falconer on R. Nugent, q.q. Plantation Spring-Garden,

ditto,

220

0

0

 

J. Bennett on W. Carberry,

ditto,

38

0

0

 

J. H. Bethel on J. Simpson,

ditto,

35

5

0

 

N. Farrell on H. Junor,

ditto,

88

0

0

 

Ditto on M'Kensie,

ditto,

820

0

0

 

W. Lucas on Dr. Hancock,

ditto,

116

0

0

[third column]

 

Against whom.

Favor what Estate.

Amount.

 

Diana Wallace on J. Brereton,

J. Nanton,

f 132

0

0

 

Malgraff on Eburne,

ditto,

50

0

0

 

W. D. Massiah on J. B.
Sandiford,

ditto,

82

10

0

 

J. Munro on J. Douglas, q.q.

C. J. M'Intosh,

158

0

0

 

H. Douglas & Co. on J. Conjard,

ditto,

595

0

0

 

G. J. Brodie on Till & Shaw, balance,

ditto,

66

0

0

 

Finlay M'Intosh on the same, T. & S.

ditto,

63

0

0

 

T. Gammell on W. Till,

ditto,

45

15

0

 

G. W. de Boekhorst on H. Visser,

J. Crauford,

60

0

0

 

J. Jackson on J. Binning,

R. Tapers,

528

0

0

 

E. Henery on B. Hall,

J. Thorpe,

[blank]

 

 

 

E. Greenwood on P. A. De Veer,

A. Simpson,

88

0

0

 

Peggy Anderson on J. Kynion,

ditto,

20

0

0

 

An order in favour of
J. E. Frantzen, drawn by
John Thorpe, on W. King or B. O. Seward, q.q. Plantation Grafflykheid, and accepted,

Diana Prutt,

1200

0

0

 

J. P. Bastiaanse on W. Kool,

C. H. Laue,

75

0

0

 

Fox & Hendriks on T. Griffin,

Danl. Lathrop,

367

10

0

 

A letter of L. Forrester,

L D S Wischropp

16

5

0

 

A ditto of L. Kent,

ditto,

7

15

0

 

A receipt of G. C.
Mergerssen,

C. H. Laue,

[blank]

 

 

 

An order on C. Douglas,
drawn by C. Edmonston,

Adam Smith,

429

12

0

 

H. Clementson on H. Tulloh,

ditto,

160

0

0

 

G. Laing on J. Gray,

ditto,

340

8

0

 

Ross on Sinclair on Brummell & Heyliger,

ditto,

99

0

0

ACCOUNTS. [centered]

 

A certificate of R. MacLeanen, in which he states the time that T. Meaking was on the Pl. Garden of Eden,

T. Meaking,

124

13

0

 

An account against Pl. Uitvlugt,

J. A. Forster,

183

10

0

 

A receipt of W. Kerr,

A. Spalding,

48

10

0

 

A ditto of J. Brayn for an obligation of Freyer & Morgan,

ditto,

78

5

0

 

A receipt of J. Schreiber
for sundries,

J. J. Deneken,

[blank]

 

 

 

A receipt of J. G. Sahre, for an account of J. Ruiter,

ditto,

94

0

0

 

A contract for a piece of land, called St. Eustatius,

R. Sampson,

4000

0

0

 

A note of a boat sold to M'Nish,

A. Spalding,

250

0

0

 

A promise of B. Unker and Kemper, favour C. Louw, for f 1550, Surin. currency,

W. Somersall,

[blank]

 

 

 

A contract and account with J. Feuillet,

J. Rodgers,

1812

0

0

 

A agreement with H. Mutz,

J. Crauford,

[blank]

 

 

 

A ditto with Haaseman,

ditto,

[blank]

 

 

 

A note of R. Walch for the time he lived on Pl. Lusignan,

R. Walch,

[blank]

 

 

 

An account-current with
Pl. Zeelugt,

C. Rottiers,

2093

0

0

 

Ant. de Kamp,

J. Essenberg,

542

0

0

 

J. L. Bronk,

ditto,

158

12

8

 

J. Brown,

B van Santbergen

6

0

0

 

- Mooy,

ditto

12

0

0

 

J. Gordon,

ditto

11

0

0

 

J. Van der Haas,

ditto

43

10

0

 

J. C. Muller,

ditto

21

10

0

 

Alex. Craig,

A. Spalding,

63

10

0

 

Ths. Unthank,

J. Nanton

840

16

0

 

Ph¤nix Steam-Engine Company,

Wm. Somersall,

3565

5

0

 

James Kenyon,

Duncan Mackay

2506

3

8

 

G. Gilgious,

ditto

44

0

0

 

W. Harris,

ditto

13

5

0

 

J. M'Leod,

ditto

423

10

0

 

W. Barr,

ditto

52

0

0

 

J. M'Pherson,

ditto

51

7

8

 

Js. Wollen, q.q.

ditto

89

0

0

 

- Burns,

ditto

2

0

0

[fourth column]

 

Against whom.

Favor what Estate.

Amount.

 

J. Allan,

Duncan Mackay

f 551

5

0

 

J. Brown,

ditto,

105

15

0

 

J. Isherwood,

ditto,

21

5

0

 

J. M'Kenzie,

ditto,

508

5

0

 

John Ballard,

ditto,

165

15

0

 

J. Bennett,

ditto,

38

0

0

 

John Simson,

ditto,

143

15

0

 

W. Harker,

ditto,

5

10

0

 

R. Forshaw,

ditto,

148

0

0

 

A. Fraser,

ditto,

66

0

0

 

H. March,

ditto,

24

0

0

 

William Casely,

ditto,

483

5

0

 

Wm. Lucus [sic],

ditto,

184

15

8

 

J. C. Day,

ditto,

[blank]

 

 

 

R. Bell,

ditto,

3

0

0

 

Kathrina Mayers,

ditto,

13

15

0

 

John Blake,

ditto,

94

10

0

 

Pl. Elisabeth Ann,

ditto,

62

10

0

 

Alex. Christi,

ditto,

31

5

0

 

J. Runcie,

ditto,

74

10

0

 

N. Farrell,

ditto,

8

0

0

 

Cotton Brown,

ditto,

19

10

0

 

John Campbell,

ditto,

180

0

0

 

Jerry M'Fie,

ditto,

30

10

0

 

Henry Van Lange,

ditto,

622

0

0

 

Silvia (negro woman),

ditto,

471

0

0

 

Alex. Gray,

ditto,

50

15

0

 

Henry Madden,

ditto,

11

0

0

 

J. Knight,

ditto,

141

5

0

 

Thos. Crawford,

ditto,

36

0

0

 

W. B. Thomson,

ditto,

22

0

0

 

Jas. Fraser,

ditto,

16

0

0

 

A. Soolis,

ditto,

100

0

0

 

D. M'Nichol,

ditto,

25

1

0

 

Mary Millington,

ditto,

159

0

0

 

Alex. Simpson,

ditto,

18

0

0

 

J. G. Schovers,

ditto,

24

15

0

 

J. W. Jeffery,

ditto,

42

10

0

 

Angus M'Awley,

ditto,

72

0

0

 

James Falkner,

ditto,

310

10

0

 

- Pelham,

ditto,

12

0

0

 

Capt. Thompson,

ditto,

3

0

0

 

Pl. Windsor Forest,

William Smith,

[blank]

 

 

 

-- Devonshire Castle,

ditto,

3000

0

0

 

-- Ph¤nix,

ditto,

50

0

0

 

-- Jealousie,

ditto,

150

0

0

 

-- Mainstay,

ditto,

2201

0

0

 

-- Alliance,

ditto,

300

0

0

 

-- Harlem,

ditto,

450

0

0

 

W. Burges,

C. J. M'Intosh,

126

0

0

 

N. M'Nicol,

ditto,

36

0

0

 

-- Cameron,

ditto,

33

0

0

 

-- Falls,

ditto,

44

0

0

 

F. Graaf,

ditto,

11

0

0

 

George Wilson,

ditto

71

10

0

 

Jonathan Bryant,

ditto

37

15

0

 

Charles Mouvielle,

ditto

69

5

0

 

Finlay Smith,

ditto

120

0

0

 

Ths. Story,

ditto

78

0

0

 

G. Ross,

ditto

74

5

0

 

M. Dalles,

ditto

54

0

0

 

J. C. Mathews,

ditto

110

0

0

 

Ths. Richardson,

ditto

20

0

0

 

Mr. Bower,

ditto

66

0

0

 

Ths. Merchant,

ditto

36

0

0

 

-- Wischropp,

ditto

42

0

0

 

Pl. Broom-Hall,

ditto

225

0

0

 

Ths. Robson,

ditto

16

0

0

 

John Smith,

ditto

12

0

0

 

Ths. Nutt,

ditto

44

0

0

 

-- Sinclair,

ditto

123

5

0

 

-- Applegate,

ditto

44

0

0

 

-- Good,

ditto

113

10

0

 

Mrs. Mathews,

ditto

220

0

0

 

Robt. Fellows,

ditto

55

0

0

 

W. Sommersall,

ditto

161

0

0

 

John Evans,

Ditto

352

0

0

 

A receipt of J. C. Schmidt,

Ditto

248

0

0

 

A ditto of J. Wingood,

ditto

245

0

0

 

J. Allicock,

J. Crauford

94

0

0

 

J. Baugh,

ditto

219

10

0

 

J. Baptist,

ditto

10

5

0

 

A. Brouwer,

ditto

374

10

0

 

S. Brotherson,

ditto

43

15

0

 

B. W. Clarke,

ditto

93

0

0

 

S. Connor,

ditto

54

0

0

 

-- Von Croning,

ditto

2

0

0

 

-- De Ryk,

ditto

11

0

0

 

C. Edmonston,

ditto

117

5

0

 

R. E. G. Eckhardt,

ditto

88

0

0

 

Boedel Fisher,

ditto

33

0

0

 

-- Fikkow [sic],

ditto

38

0

0

 

George Halloran,

ditto

22

0

0

 

-- Herbert,

ditto

29

0

0

 

G. Inveg,

ditto

145

0

0

 

J. B. King,

ditto

319

0

0

 

Mej. Van Kloister,

ditto

27

10

0

 

Jno. Lowe,

ditto

16

0

0

 

G. Lockett,

ditto

126

0

0

 

G. C. Mahlstedt,

ditto

69

0

0

 

Ths. Moore,

ditto

66

0

0

 

A. Meertens,

ditto

89

10

0

 

W. S. Mayers,

ditto

169

10

0

 

Pl. Toevlugt,

ditto

30

0

0

 

-- Pottery,

ditto

56

5

0

 

-- Den Heuvel,

ditto

164

0

0

 

-- Geneve,

ditto

55

0

0

 

-- Mindenburg,

ditto

51

0

0

 

-- Dankbarheid,

ditto

1066

0

0

 

-- Vreedestein,

ditto

16

10

0

 

-- Georgia,

Ditto

404

13

5

 

Jacoba Ramaker,

ditto

225

0

0

 

Lena Ramaker,

ditto

159

10

0

 

Jno. Slingarden,

ditto

92

0

0

 

Jno. Thorpe,

ditto

170

15

0

[fifth column]

 

Against whom.

Favor what Estate.

Amount.

 

 

 

F. Walcott,

J. Crauford

f 35

0

0

 

Yates & Dalton,

ditto

188

15

0

 

J. L. Bellot,

R. Tapers

308

0

0

 

Pl. Ruimveld,

J. Verlat

95

17

0

 

A letter of B. Jones to G. H. Jones, to engage him to Dr. J. Austin,

G. H. Jones

[blank]

 

 

 

C. N. Bollers,

J. G. Francke

68

11

2

 

Pl. Chantilly,

M. Foobes [sic]

1405

18

0

 

-- Graaflykheid,

John Thorpe

1439

4

0

 

-- Free and Easy,

ditto

502

14

13

 

Ann Blake,

Sally Phipps

14

15

0

 

Elia Babboon,

ditto

55

2

3

 

Pier Smith,

ditto

94

0

0

 

Appraisement of work done at the English Chapel,

Alex. Simpson

176

0

0

 

A contract between C. Smit, j.c.z.

J. L. Markant

[blank]

 

 

 

A letter of W. Morrison,

Alex. Duncan

[blank]

 

 

 

A certified account of F. Van den Hoff, Manager of Pl. Golden-Grove,

B. Robertson

216

10

0

 

An account against J. G. Looff,

J. J. Deneken

1021

5

0

 

J. Viall,

S. W. King

82

10

0

 

J. Tremborn,

And. Welsh

91

15

0

 

John Davies,

John Brandreth [sic]

286

0

0

 

W. Postlethwaite, balance,

ditto

1569

6

14

 

-- Van Kinschott,

C. H. Laue

11

0

0

 

E. A. Luthers,

ditto

22

0

0

 

J. J. Deeges,

ditto

22

0

0

 

Dobrauski,

ditto

13

10

0

 

J. Bergh,

ditto

11

0

0

 

G. Angle,

ditto

720

10

0

 

-- Abrahams,

ditto

3

0

6

 

W. S. Mayers,

D. Lathrop

612

0

0

 

William Harris,

ditto

220

0

0

 

Capt. Thompson,

ditto

22

0

0

 

T. Duim,

J. Ballard

369

10

0

 

T. Naghten,

C. Lespiere

264

0

0

 

J. Moodie,

ditto

44

0

0

 

John Bonjes,

ditto

154

0

0

 

Cotton Brown,

ditto

78

0

0

 

James Lyon,

ditto

33

0

0

 

P. Van Straaten

ditto

41

15

0

 

Culpeper & Troughton

ditto

156

0

0

 

T. Duim

ditto

105

0

0

 

-- Bryant

ditto

8

0

0

 

J. Spooner

L D S Wischropp

182

10

0

 

Pl. Now or Never

ditto

38

10

0

 

Ths. Fraser

ditto

44

0

0

 

Pl. Relief

ditto

115

10

0

 

Estate of D. P. Mortier

ditto

55

0

0

 

Joseph Vize

ditto

186

0

0

 

Pl. Belmont

ditto

82

10

0

 

Doctor Lucas

ditto

36

0

0

 

Pl. Perseverance

ditto

99

0

0

 

An Account-Current
against Plantation
De Vriend

ditto

600

7

0

 

F. Horn's receipt

C. H. Laue

149

10

0

 

A receipt of A. Scott
for a bill of exchange

And. Welsh

1300

0

0

 

An account against R. Wells

Adam Smith

4135

0

0

 

George Laing & Co.

ditto

5009

10

2

 

C. D. Mack

ditto

115

10

0

 

J. Fraser

ditto

60

10

0

 

An account-current of J. L. Smith

ditto

250

0

0

 
WANTED TO PURCHASE, [centered]
50 Puncheons of Rum, Colony Proof.
CORNFOOT, BELL & Co.
Cumingsburg, May 15.

THE Subscriber requests all persons to whom Mr. JAMES JAFFREY, or Plantation Perth, may be indebted, to render their claims at the House of Mr. HENRY AUSTIN.
RODERICK COZIER.
West-Coast, Essequebo, May 12.

WANTED by the Subscriber, a Situation as Clerk or Book-Keeper in a Mercantile House, or on an Estate. - He has been for these seven years past a Cotton-Planter, but owing to the little encouragement now given to that profession, he is induced to make the change, being well versed in accounts. The most satisfactory reference can be given as to character. A note left at Mr. HENEAGE WILLIAMS's, or Messrs. M'INROY & Co.'s will be attended to.
May 14. THOMAS HUBBARD.

LOST - an Order drawn by Mr. H. DENNISON on W. B. FARRAR, Esq. but not accepted, in favour of the undersigned, amounting to f 220, bearing date the 4th of March, 1812. Any person having found the same, and will return it, shall meet with a liberal reward.
E. L. PRICE.
May 14. q.q. JAMES ROSE.

Cabacally Boards and Plank, for Sale.
May 15.] H. T. FERGUSON & Co.

THE Subscribers request all persons to whom His Excellency the late Acting-Governor may be indebted, will render in their accounts with as little delay as possible.
J. BEETE, [right pointing brace, inclosing the following names, and indicating 'Executors,']
H. St. HILL,
May 15. JOHN EYRE.

NOW landing from on board the Schooner Liverpool, from Halifax, and for sale by the Subscriber, for Cash or Produce, the following articles: -
Cod-fish in hogsheads and boxes, alewives, mackarel, salmon, smoaked herrings in boxes, kegs of fig tobacco, Spanish leaf tobacco in boxes, spermaceti candles, cod oil in barrels, olive oil, brandy, Indian meal, tar, lumber, spruce spars, Dutch hoes, quills, black-lead pencils, cloaths' brushes, and looking-glasses.
May 15. JAMES FRASER.

THE undersigned intending to quit the Colony with the June Fleet, requests those to whom he is indebted to render their accounts, at his House in Cumingsburg, within fourteen days from date; and those indebted to him, will be pleased to make immediate payment of their respective accounts, as no further indulgence can be given.
He offers for sale, his House and Lot in Cumingsburg, situated on the brick-road leading to the Block-house. For further particulars, application may be made to the Subscriber, on the premises.
May 15. LEWIS CORBET.

D. N. VAN ANSBECH VAN HOYTEMA, L.L.D. being of intention to leave this Colony with next June Convoy, and experiencing with regret that no regard is paid by some of his Clients to his various letters, requesting them to take up their papers in his hands - he adopts this public manner of notifying to them, that if said papers are not taken from him - on or before the 1st of June next, he will be under the disagreeable necessity of addressing himself to such authority as can indicate to him where to lodge them, at the expence and cost of those concerned.
May 15.

THE Undersigned, intending to leave the colony in July, requests all persons indebted to him, either by note of hand or open account, to come forward with payment without delay, as all such as remain unpaid, after the 10th of June, will be put into the hands of an attorney-at-law; and such as may have any claim against him, are requested to render a correct statement thereof, at the Store of Messrs. Hyndman and Cary, where they will receive payment.
May 15. R. M'ARTHUR.

RUN-AWAY, ever since the month of November last, a Negro-Woman, named Maria, of the Papa nation, and slender made. She formerly belonged to Miss Elizabeth Rouse, and being constantly employed as a huckster, is well-known in the country. A reward of Twenty-Two Guilders is offered to any person, for securing the said negro-woman, and sending her either to the Colony-jail, or to the undersigned.
May 15. P. A. DE VEER.

NOTICE - The Undersigned being resolved to leave the colony for the benefit of his health, by the June convoy, solicits his creditors to call and receive what may be due to them; and requests those persons who are indebted to come forward without delay and arrange the demands against them, either by notes or ready money, the latter would be preferable.
An elegant assortment of Irish Linens just opened; Lawns, Muslins, Calicoes, Cotton Shirting, Irish Sheeting, Soap, Candles, Split Pease, Pearl Barley, Butter in firkins, Nails from 4d. to 30d.; Noyau in cases, sirons [sic] of first quality Indigo & p 1 pound, Salt in bulk and in barrels, and many other articles warranted as cheap as any Store in town.
May 15. W. GOOD.

MARSHAL'S OFFICE. [centered]

BY Virtue of an order from His Honor J. S. MASSE, President of the Honourable Court of Criminal and Civil Justice of the United Colony of Demerary and Essequebo, &c. &c. &c. I, the undersigned Marshal of the aforesaid Colony, will expose for sale unto the highest bidder, in presence of two Counsellors-Commissaries of the Honourable Court of Justice, and their Secretary, at the Court-House, George-Town, on the Eighth day of June next ensuing -
1st. In behalf of P. DE VRIES, versus JAMES CAMPBELL - the un-expired Lease of Lot No. 16, situated on the front of Plantation Vlissingen, with the Buildings thereon, viz. a Dwelling-house, 45 feet by 18 ditto, frame of Colony wood, covered with wallaba shingles and inclosed with American lumber, standing on posts about two feet high; the Lot inclosed with wallaba staves, and at present occupied by the Defendant.
2d. In behalf of DONALD MACDONALD, versus the Owner or Owners, Representative or Representatives of Plantation Alliance - the abandoned Plantation Alliance, situated on the West-Coast of Essequebo, the Land containing 250 acres, whereof about 100 acres and upwards appears to have been in cultivation; a Dwelling-House, entirely of American wood, and an old Kitchen with a brick Chimney.
3d. In behalf of R. ROBERTSON, versus JOHN CRAWFURD - the Lot No. 3, in front of Plantation Werk en Rust, and the Water-Lot in front of the same, with all the Buildings thereon, consisting of a Dwelling-House, about 40 feet long by 24 wide, two stories high; a Side or Out-house adopted for a Kitchen and Water house, and at present occupied by M. DOWNIE, Esqr. a ditto Building on the westerly half of said Lot No. 3, length 40 feet by 20, an Out-house 50 feet by 12 more or les, an open Out-house, and the Stelling or Wharf on the Water-Lot, with the Buildings thereon, formerly a Blacksmith's shop.
Should any person pretend to have any right, title, or claim no the above-named Premises, and wishes to oppose the sale thereof, let such person or persons address themselves to me, the said Marshal, stating their reasons of opposition in writing, when I will appoint such person or persons a day of hearing before the Honourable Court of Justice for the trial of the same; and those inclined to purchase, please attend the sale on the day and at the place before-written.
Demerary and Essequebo, this 13th day of May, 1813.
B. TEYSSEN,
Marshal.

IN pursuance of authority obtained from His Honor, J. S. MASSE, President of the Court of Civil and Criminal Justice of these Colonies, bearing daite the 22d of April, 1813 - I, the Undersigned Marshal, in the name and behalf of J. H. BOODE, in quality as Executor to the late Will and Testament of JOHAN FREDRIK BOODE, deceased, do hereby, for the First Time by Edict Summon – all known and unknown Creditors to the Estate of said JOHAN FREDRIK BOODE, deceased – to appear befor the Honourable Court of Criminal and Civil Justice yoc hde United Colonies of Demerary and Essequebo, at their Session to be holden at the Court-House, in George-Town, on the 21st day of June next, and following days: in order to render their respective claims in due form; whereas, after the expiration of the Fourth and last Summons by Edict, will [sic] proceeded against the non-appearers as according to law.
Rio Demerary, 5th May, 1813.
B. TEYSSEN,
Marshal.
[Transcriber's note: this advertisement did not appear in an earlier issue.]
 

SECRETARY's OFFICE. [centered]

 
This is to inform the Public, that the following Persons intend quitting this Colony: -
William Campbell, in fourteen days or six weeks, from the 7th of May.
S. J. Thornton, in fourteen days or six weeks, from the 7th of May.
L. Corbet, in fourteen days or six weeks, from the 7th of May.
Henry Clarke, in fourteen days, or six weeks from the 10th of May.
P. Inglis, in ditto, or ditto, from the 13th of May.
Secretary's Office, Demerary, May 15, 1813.
CHARLES WILDAY,
Sworn Clerk.

PUBLIC VENDUES. [centered]

On Tuesday the 18th of May, at the Stores of THOMAS SHUTE, Esq. - Sundry articles per advertisements of the 3d April, and the 1st May.
May 15. A. MILLS & Co.
[Transcriber's note: compare with 18130518EDRG – date of vendue changes.]

On Thursday the 20th instant, at the Vendue-Office - One hundred and fifty barrels Pilchards, in good order, Irish linen, nails, hammocks, &c.
May 15. A. MILLS, & Co.

On Saturday the 22d instant, by order of Mr. D. Smith, at his store, the following articles belonging to a gentleman who has left the Colony - Bedsteads with curtains complete, sofas with covers, table and kitchen furniture, viz. shades, rummers, glass and crockery ware, &c. side board, tables and chairs, a chest of drawers, a book case, a parcel of books, an elegant new spy glass, six dozen bottles Madeira wine. - Also with a view to quit the Colony for a few months, his remaining stock viz. - Irish mess pork in barrels, salt in tierces and in barrels, tar in barrels; coats, coatees, vests and trowsers, a few dozen of fine cotton shirts, white nankeen, Russia sheeting, platillas, calicoes, handkerchiefs, Irish linen, willow hats, coffee bags, puncheon hoops, tea and snuffer trays, coffin furniture, spirits turpentine, a general assortment of Stationery, strong portmanteaus, almonds, perfumed soap, tobacco in barrels, a few good slaves, and what further may be offered.
May 15. A. MILLS & Co.

On Wednesday the 26th instant, [see 18130508EDRG] . . .
On the same day, by order of Mrs. E. Jones – the Lot of Land No. 92, with all the buildings thereon, situated in the district of Kingston.
May 8. A. MILLS & Co.

On Tuesday the 1st of June, [see 18130508EDRG] . . .
Also by order of H. A. Eberhardi, q.q. – Four negroes, named Azor, Sunday, Harlem, and a woman named Dido.
Also by Messrs. T. Holm, & Co. – Five negroes accustomed to field work.
Also by order of J. M. Trotz, Esqr. a negro man named Adam, a complete Boat Captain, and his wife named Eva, a Cook, but has latterly been employed in the field.
Also by order of Miss Christina Swaan – Two negro women, named Aurora and Philida, and a negro man, named Maurice, the property of Miss Charlotte Brandt.
May 8. A. MILLS & Co.

ARRIVALS. - The schooner Joseph, Strickland, from Barbados; Ph¤nix, Norburn, from Tobago; and a Boat from Berbice, with the March Mail for these Colonies - the Packet having proved leaky, remained at Surinam for repairs.

The Barbados Papers by the Joseph, are to the 4th instant, but they afford nothing of extraordinary interest - having had no arrival from Europe. The Packet's Papers being only to the 17th of March, of course we have no novelty of importance from that source.

LOCALITIES. [centered]

The death of any individual, is the most melancholy announcement that can be made. But, it is more particularly so, when he departs this life, who, placed in an exalted situation, has displayed characteristics - equally exalted.

A martyr to his zeal for the welfare of the community he governed – died on Tuesday last – our Acting Governor. His Excellency Major-General CARMICHAEL – is no more!

A soldier from his cradle, long has been the time spent in the service of his King and Country; and many are the services he rendered them. In respect to his administration here, we decline any investigation of its merits or demerits. Perfection can never be synonymous with Mortality; so, if there are some, who have discovered errors in any of his acts of government - others may be found perhaps, who think that his name deserves, a distinguished seat in the memory and affections of Demerary.

The ceremony of interment was performed on Wednesday; and in a manner, corresponding with his rank. The Militia assembled in Stabroek, at three in the afternoon - and soon after, marched to the Camp, and took possession of the allotted ground - as did also the Troops in garrison. The Garrison-Commandant being, of course, chief mourner on the occasion, the command of the whole devolved on Lieutenant-Colonel Otto of the Militia, and Captain M'Carthy of the 60th, and Captain Cart of the Militia, repeated the word to their respective battalions. We never recollect to have seen such a concourse of people. The remains were deposited in a vault at the foot of the flag staff. The following is a copy of the order of procession:
[Transcriber's note: the following are centered with the column of the newspaper]
A Detachment of Light Dragoons,
Rifle Company of the Demerary Militia,
Assistant Quarter-and-Barrack-Master-General,
Lieutenant-Colonel Otto, Commanding Demerary Militia,
A Body of Dragons,
Royal Artillery,
First Battalion Demerary Militia,
Second Battalion 60th Regiment.
Commanding-Officer of the Brigade,
Major of Brigade and Aid-de-Camp,
A Detachment of Grenadiers,
Drums and Fifes,
Music,
Drum-Major,
Civil Department,
Pall Bearers - CORPS - Pall Bearers. [sic - Corps, not Corpse]
Chief Mourner represented by Lieut. Col. Codd, Command-
ing the Troops,
Relations of the Deceased,
Suite, two and two.
After the funeral service, a salute of three rounds of nine
pieces of cannon.

As soon as possible on Wednesday, in consequence of the decease of the Major General, the Honorable Members of the Court of Policy assembled, and swore in, as Acting-Governor, Lieutenant-Colonel CODD. Since which, His Excellency has been diligently employed in taking over the government papers, and giving audience to the public functionaries. How long the present Acting-Governor will preside over the destinies of these colonies, is uncertain; but it appears to be the general opinion, that he would ever prove a guardian - worthy of so sacred a charge.

The Eliza Packet, Stevens, which sailed hence in January last, arrived at Falmouth on the 11th of March.

The homeward bound fleet, late from this port, under convoy of the Coquette, arrived at Grenada on the 23d ultimo, and departed for St. Thomas on the 27th. On her return, the Coquette, put into Barbados for repairs; but she is to resume her station here, as soon as possible.

Cleared from the Custom-House, on the 12th instant, the sloop Gimblet, Moodie, for Cayenne; and on the 14th, the schooner Fame, Greenidge, for Barbados.

A sealed bag will be dispatched from the Post-Office, by the Fame, Capt. Greenidge, to-morrow - addressed to the care of the Post-Master of Barbados.

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [centered]

Copy of a Letter, prohibiting the sailing in future, of all homeward-bound Vessels without Convoy.
            Cressy, Carlisle-Bay, Barbados, 30th April, 1813.
SIR - I have the honour to acquaint your Excellency, for the information of the Trade of the Colony under your Excellency's Government, that it being the intention of the Right Hon. the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, for the better protection of the Trade of His Majesty's subjects, to suffer no ship or vessel homeward-bound to sail from any port or place without Convoy; their Lordships have directed me to apprize the Merchants, and Masters of Ships and Vessels belonging to his Majesty's subjects, within the limits of my station, that if any ship or vessel homeward bound shall under any pretence whatever return without waiting for the protection afforded by the established Convoys, their Lordships will enforce the payment of the penalties that may be incurred by the breach of the Act of the 43d Geo. II. Chap. 57, commonly called the Convoy Act.
I have the honour to be, Sir, your Excellency's most obedient, humble servant.
(signed) FRAS. LAFOREY, Rear-Admiral.
His Excellency Lieut-General Sir George [right pointing brace]
Beckwith, K. E. &c. &c. Barbados.

RUNAWAY and ARRESTED SLAVES, [centered]
in the Colony-Stocks of Demerary. [centered]

NAMES.

PROPRIETORS

BROUGHT BY

Rodney,

Vlissingen,

Pl. Alliance.

Forune,

T. Robinson,

Pl. Vryheid's Lust.

Amelia,

Connor,

Dienaars.

Anthony,

Deges,

Pl. Marias Lodge.

William,

J. M'Pherson,

From Mahaicony.

Margaret,

J. M'Pherson,

From Mahaicony.

Peter,

Fouler,

Ditto.

Davis,

Laberdus,

Dienaars.

Jack,

Eberhardie,

Demerary Ferry.

Roos,

M'Alpin,

E. Mapp.

David,

Sabathier,

Dienders.

George,

Yearwood,

Pl. Providence.

Humber,

Pl. Sophia,

Dienaars.

Frank,

Bischoff,

Pl. Sophia.

Harlegine,

Pl. Ruimveld,

Dienaars.

Tony,

Pl. Lancaster,

Pl. Rome.

Tom,

Pl. Sarah Johanna,

Dienaars.

Lemerick,

Aims,

Roach.

Joseph,

Pl. Concordia,

Pl. Vryheid's Lust.

Demerary,

Schollranger,

Dienaars.

May 15. F. STRUNKAY, Scout.

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


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