Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1813 May 25

 
The ESSEQUEBO & DEMERARY ROYAL GAZETTE.

Vol. VIII.]

[No. 583.
 

TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1813.

NOTIFICATION. [centered]
BY Virtue of an Order of the Honorable the President, by Non-Session of the Court of Justice of Demerary and Essequebo, dated 19 May, 1813, are hereby Summoned - all persons who have any Claim to the Net-Proceeds of Plantation The Henry, situated in the Canal No. 1, in the Colony of Demerary, and sold by Execution-Sale, on the 8 October, 1812, in order to give in their said Claims, on the First and following days of the Ordinary Session of the Honorable Court aforesaid, which will take place in the Month of June next; after which time, no further Claims will be admitted.
Court-House, this 24 of May, 1813.
By Command,
ALEX. TINNE,
Clerk of the Court of Justice.

CUMBRIAN LEGENDS. [centered]
THE Subscribers to Mrs. Ryve's admired Poems, are informed, that their Books are now ready for delivery at the Counting-House of Messrs. Hyndman and Cary. There are also a few spare Copies, which can be obtained at the same place, at Six Guilders Ten Stivers each. - May 24.

FOR SALE - a STEAM ENGINE, twelve horse power, cast by Forrester in the same moulds as the Engine on Ruimveld estate, in excellent repair, with a perfect new boiler, with wheels, pipes, and all the necessary apparatus. For particulars apply to
May 22. PLAYTER & LEACH.
[Transcriber's note: this advertisement did not appear in an earlier issue.]

ABSCONDED, a Negro-Woman, named Harriet, formerly the property of Mary Smith; has with her, a Mulatto Boy-Child (Wellington), is a Barbadian born; speaks very good English; and no doubt will endeavour to pass for a free subject. All persons are hereby forbid harbouring her, as the law will be rigidly enforced against such offenders. A handsome Reward will be given to any person that will apprehend her, and lodge her in the Colony-Barracks, or deliver her at the Store of Messrs. Pollards.
May 24.

IMPORTED in the Ship Sisters, and for sale by the Subscribers, cheap for immediate payment in Cash or Produce -
Mess beef and pork in half barrels, mutton and bacon hams, Gloster and pine cheese, Cork rose butter in firkins, ox tongues in kegs, porter and ale, loaf sugar, herrings in kegs, soap and candles, paint and lamp oil, white, yellow, and black paint in kegs, blue and green paint in pots, nails assorted from 4d to 30d. superfine black, blue, and scarlet broad cloths, prints, furniture chintz, cotton and linen check, Irish linen, diaper, muslin robes, ready-made cloths, Oznaburghs, Russia sheeting, threads, and tapes, white and brown ancle socks, ladies' and gentlemen's cotton stockings, youth's and girls' ditto, blue and white pullicate handkerchiefs, Madrass ditto, cotton shirting, boots and shoes, tar, &c.
On hand of former Importations - Linen table cloths, gentlemen's beaver hats, negro hats, cordage, stationery, glassware, ladies' brown beavers, handsaws, chissels, cutlasses, HL and hook-and-eye hinges, box and desk locks and hinges, chamber-door locks, trunk locks, shoe brushes, indelible ink, chalk lines, frying pans, Port and Madeira wine per dozen, salt in barrels, &c.
May 24. W. DOUGLAS & Co.

WANTED TO PURCHASE, [centered]
One Hundred Casks Molasses. [centered]
May 25. JAMES FRASER.

THE Subscribers have imported in the Cork Fleet, a very large and general assortment of PROVISIONS and GOODS, of all descriptions, adapted for this market; which they offer for sale on their usual terms.
May 25. HENRY T. FERGUSON & Co.

JUST arrived and for sale, in addition to the Subscriber's former list of Goods - of which he has yet a very extensive assortment -
Firkins and half firkins Irish butter, kegs pickled beef and pork, and rounds beef in kits; cotton, and cotton and line checks, white and printed calicoes, blue and white salempores, striped nankeen, printed waistcoating, corded dimities, &c.
May 24. H. O. SEWARD.

[Transcriber's note: compare with 18130515EDRG; here differences are bolded.]
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

[second column]

 

Against whom.

Favor what Estate.

Amount.

 

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,

440

0

0

 

 

John Campbell,

ditto,

600

0

0

 

 

M. J. de Rochemont,

ditto,

54

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

 

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

[third column]

 

Against whom.

Favor what Estate.

Amount.

 

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

 

J. Allan,

Duncan Mackay

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

[fourth column]

 

Against whom.

Favor what Estate.

Amount.

 

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

 

F. Walcott,

J. Crauford

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

[fifth column]

 

Against whom.

Favor what Estate.

Amount.

 

 

 

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

 
THE Subscribers have received on Consignment, by the Samuel Braddick - a few Casks GLASS-WARE, which will be sold reasonable for present payment.
May 24. J. R. KENNY, & Co.

PUBLIC VENDUES. [centered]

On Thursday the 27th instant, at the Vendue Office, by order of Messrs. MURRAY & JAMISON - Irish mess beef in whole and half barrels, butter in half firkins, lard in kegs, herrings in ditto, barley, rounds of beef, ox and pigs' tongues, hams, Irish linen, cotton shirting, thread assorted, beer and porter, lamp-oil in barrels, temper lime, and what further may appear on the day of sale.
May 25. A. MILLS & Co.

On Monday the 7th of June, at the Stores of Messrs. Fullerton, Oliverson, and Co. - Twenty-five barrels of bread, 20 half ditto, 5 hogsheads tobacco, 200 puncheon packs, 25 barrels salt, 20 puncheons do. 50 boxes candles, coarse Irish cloth, &c. Also Five Negro-Men, fine field people.
May 25. A. MILLS & Co.
[Transcriber's note: see this vendue rescheduled to Thursday the 17th of June in 18130615EDRG.]

On Wednesday the 16th of June, at the Vendue-Office, by Order of the Honourable Fiscal, in conformity to an Act of the Honourable Court of Police, dated 17th November, 1801, the following Slaves now in the Colony Jail.
Hamlet, Belonging to Duim      By Dienaars at Essequebo.
Rodney, Pl. Vlissingen,            Pl. Alliance.
Amelia, Conyards,                  By Dienaars.
Fortyn, F. Robinson,            Pl. Fryheid's Lust.
Antony, Deeges,                  Maria's Lodge.
Peter, Fowler,                  Mahaicony.
Antony, Telford,            Dienaars.
May 25. A. MILLS, & Co.

                  COMMISSARIAT-OFFICE,
                  Demerary, May 24, 1813.
REQUIRED for the General Hospital Department - an Hogshead of MADEIRA WINE, of good quality; for which tenders will be received until Monday next, at 10 o'clock. Samples to accompany the tenders.
HENRY HENDY,
Deputy-Assistant-Commissary-General.

NOTIFICATION. [centered]
NOTICE is hereby given - that His Honor the President will attend at his Office, during the Session of the Honourable Court of Justice, from Eight until half past Nine o'clock in the morning.
George-Town, Demerary, this 25 May, 1813.
By Command,
J. J. L. MOLIERE.

ARRIVALS. - The Cervantes, Patterson; Nereide, Orr; Demerary, Dougal; Belleisle, Todd; Lady Cremona, Brown; Diana, Tyrer; Sisters, Gemmell; and the Samuel Braddick, Stevens - last from Cork.

Those of the above Fleet, which are to the House of FULLERTON, OLIVERSON, and Co. were the bearers of London Intelligence to the 29th of March; and, having been favoured with the Papers containing it, our extracts are as copious as possible.

We have been given to understand, that the Fleet, when at Madeira, met with the Packet from England, destined to the Brazils - and was informed, that Dantzic had been taken by storm.

A report is in circulation, that the Surinam sloop of war lately fell in, off the mouth of that river, with an American privateer - and that after exchanging broadsides, the enemy retired from the combat.

In the last page of the present number will be found, a Copy of Madison's Speech on taking the Oaths, as President of the United States - This slave of Bonaparte appears, every way worthy of his master!

The following is copied from the Surinam Gazette of the 18th instant:

PROCLAMATION,
By His Excellency Major-General PINSON BONHAM, Commanding His Majesty's Land Forces in the Colony of Surinam, Governor and Commander in Chief, &c. &c. &c.
Whereas His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, in the name and behalf of His Majesty, has been pleased to nominate and appoint, under his Royal signment, John Bent, Esq. to be Receiver and manager of all and singular the Estates, Negro and other Slaves, Houses, and other Properties whatsoever, in this Colony, belonging to Persons resident in France, or in Countries under the power and controul [sic] of France; with full power and authority to him, the said John Bent, Esq. to take possession of the said Estates, Negroes and other Slaves, Houses, and other Properties whatsoever, and to ask, demand, and receive, all Rents or other sums whatsoever, due to such absent Proprietors, and to give acquittances for the same, according to the lawful form and custom of this Colony.
All Persons acting by Power of Attorney, or by any other authority, for Properties of every description, whether consisting of real (landed) Property and Slaves, of Houses, Mortgages, Contracts, Notes, Signed Accounts, Money, Merchandize, Claims, or of whatsoever nature they be, belonging to individuals residing in Holland, or elsewhere, coming within the extent and meaning of this His Royal Highness's appointment, are hereby required to make out and give in a list therefore, by the 27th inst. in triplicate, to John Bent Esq. in his capacity aforesaid, agreeably to the forms which he will furnish: and also such other documents as he shall require regarding the same, in order that an arranged statement may be prepared with as little delay as possible, to be transmitted by him to His Majesty's Government.
And all such persons are further enjoined, to hand all such property over to him, the said John Bent, Esq. as they may actually have in their possession belonging to these concerns, whether in the town of Paramaribo, afloat, or elsewhere; as well as to conform themselves to all such Instructions, touching the Properties in question, as the said John Bent, Esq. by virtue of his Commission, may find it requisite to give; and who will explain to them the nature of his said Commission, together with the system of Management to be adopted for all Estates and Supplies, and what rate of Commission allowed to Attorneys of Proprietors.
And it is further made known, that no Settlement or Payment of any account whatever, for Properties coming within the extent of the Commission, are to be made on any pretence, from this date forward, but by the said John Bent, Esq. or with his previous consent and approbation first had and obtained.
I do, therefore, hereby publish and make known, His Majesty's will and pleasure as above, to all the Inhabitants of this Colony; in order, that all persons may regulate themselves accordingly.
And that no person may plead Ignorance of this my Proclamation, the same shall be generally promulgated and affixed in all the customary places, and sent round from Plantation to Plantation.
Given at Government-House, in the Colony of Surinam, this 15th May, 1813, and in the 53d Year of His Majesty's Reign.
P. BONHAM, Governor
By His Excellency's Command,
J. MARTYN, Gov. Sec.
GOD SAVE THE KING.

FOREIGN NEWS. [centered]

GREAT-BRITAIN. [centered]

March 25. - [Transcriber's note: European news not transcribed]
In some of the New York Federal papers, there is a series of articles written on the propriety of dissolving the Union, and separating the Eastern from the Southern States. The motives of the separation are, that the interests of the Eastern States are sacrificed to those of the Southern; that a majority of them are opposed to the present war, and of course are under the domination of their brethren. It is urged against the separation, that as the seceding States would be unable to support the expence of any army and navy, to maintain their independence, they would necessarily become subject to Great Britain, who would secure to herself four-fifths of the value of their industry: and that, as the intercourse between the different sections of the Union would be interrupted by the alliance with Great Britain, they would soon become colonies to the remaining United States, or of Great Britain. It appears from the strictures of the writers, that in New England meetings have been held on the subject of separation, and that this measure, or peace with Great Britain, has been openly recommended from the pulpits of many popular Preachers.

The number of American vessels, captured between the 16th of September and the 20th of February - on the American, Jamaican, and Leeward-Island Stations, amounts, to 156.

NORTH-AMERICA. [centered]

Washington, March 1. - Copy of Mr. Madison's Speech upon taking the Oath of Office, as President of the United States.
"About to add the solemnity of an oath to the obligations imposed by a second call to the station in which my country here before placed me, I find, in the presence of this respectable assembly, an opportunity of publicly repeating my profound sense of so distinguished a confidence, and of the responsibility united with it. The impressions on me are strengthened by such an evidence, that my faithful endeavours to discharge my arduous duties have been favourably estimated; and by a consideration of the momentous period at which the trust has been renewed. From the weight and magnitude now belonging to it, I should be compelled to shrink, if I had less reliance in the support of an enlightened and generous people; and feel less deeply a conviction, that the war with a powerful nation, which forms so prominent a feature in our situation, is stamped with that justice which invites the smiles of Heaven on the means of conducting it to a successful termination.
May we not cherish this sentiment without presumption, when we reflect on the characters by which this war is distinguished?
It was not declared, on the part of the United States, until it had been long made on them in reality, though not in the name -until arguments and expostulations had been exhausted - until a positive declaration had been received, that the wrongs provoking it would not be discontinued - for until this appeal could no longer be delayed, without breaking down the spirit of the nation, destroying all confidence in itself and in its political institutions, and either perpetuating a state of disgraceful suffering, or regaining, by more costly sacrifices and more severe struggles, our lost rank and respect among independent Powers.
On the issue of the war are staked our national sovereignty on the high seas, and fecundity of an important class of citizens, whose occupation give the proper value to those of every other class. Not to contend for such a stake, is to surrender our equality with other Powers on the element common to all; and to violate the sacred title which every member of the society has to its protection. I need not call into view the unlawfulness of the practice by which our mariners are forced, at the will of every cruising Officer, from their own vessels into foreign ones, nor paint the outrages inseparable from it. The proofs are in the records of each successive administration of our Government; and the cruel sufferings of that portion of the American people have found their way to every bosom not dead to the sympathies of human nature.
As the war was just in its origin, and necessary and noble in its objects, we can reflect with a proud satisfaction, that, in carrying it on, no principle of justice or honour - no usage of civilized nations - no precept of courtesy or humanity, have been infringed; - the war has been waged, on our part, with scrupulous regard to all these obligations, and in a spirit of liberality which was never surpassed.
How little has been the effect of this example on the conduct of the enemy! - They have retained, as prisoners of war, citizens of the United States not liable to be so considered under the usages of war. - They have refused to consider as prisoners of war, and threatened to punish as traitors and deserters, persons emigrating without restraint to the United States, incorporated by naturalization into our political family, and fighting under the authority of their adopted country in open and honourable war, for the maintenance of its rights and safety. Such is the avowed purpose of a Government, which is in the practice of naturalising, by thousands, citizens of other countries; that not only of permitting, but compelling them to fight its battles against their native country.
They have not, it is true, taken into their own hands the hatchet and the knife, devoted to indiscriminate massacre; but they have let loose the savages, armed with these cruel instruments; have allured them into their service and carried them to battle by their sides - eager to glut their savage thirst with the blood of the vanquished, and to finish the work of torture and death on maimed and defenceless captives; - and what was never before seen, British Commanders have extorted victory over the inconsiderable valour of our troops by presenting to the sympathy of their Chief, awaiting massacre from their savage associates.
And now we find them, in further contempt of the modes of honourable warfare, supplying the place of a conquering force by attempts to disorganise our political society - to dismember our confederated Republic. Happily, like others, these will recoil on the authors; but they make the degenerate Councils from which they emanate; and if they did not belong to a series of unexampled inconsistencies, might excite the greater wonder, as proceeding from a Government which founded the very war in which it has been so long engaged, on a charge against the disorganising and insurrectional policy of its adversary.
To render the justice of the war, on our part, the more conspicuous, the reluctance to commence it was followed by the earliest and strongest manifestations of a disposition to arrest its progress. The sword was scarcely out of its scabbard, before the enemy was apprised of the reasonable terms on which it would be re-sheathed. Still more precise advances were repeated, and have been received in a spirit forbidding every reliance not placed on the military resources of the nation.
These resources are amply sufficient to bring the war to an honourable issue. Our nation is in number, more than half that of the British Isles. It is composed of a brave, a free, a virtuous and intelligent people. Our country abounds in the necessaries, the arts and comforts of life. A general prosperity is visible in the public countenance. The means employed by the British Cabinet to undermine it, have recoiled on themselves; have given to our national faculties a more rapid developement [sic]; and, draining or diverting the precious metals from British circulation and British vaults, have poured them into those of the United States. It is a propitious consideration, that an unavoidable war should have found this seasonable facility for the contributions required to support it. When the public voice called for war, all knew and still know, that without them it could not be carried on through the period which it might last; and the patriotism, the good sense, and the manly spirit of our fellow citizens, are pledges for the cheerfulness with which they will bear each his share of the common burden. To render the war short and its success sure, animated and systematic exertions alone are necessary; and the success of our arms now may long preserve our country from the necessity of another resort to them. Already have the gallant exploits of our naval heroes proved to the world our inherent capacity to maintain our rights on one element; - if the reputation of our arms has been thrown under clouds on the other, presaging flashes of heroic enterprise assure us, that nothing is wanting to correspondent triumphs there also, but the discipline and habits which are in daily progress."
 

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.
James Aikin, in 14 days or 6 weeks from 17 May.
John Henry Leslie, in idem from 18.
D. Redfern, in 14 days, or by the June Fleet, from 19 May.
The Hon. Thomas Naghten, in 14 days or June Fleet, 20th May.
W. King (Vlissingen) in idem, or by idem, 20th May.
Charles M'Garel, in idem, or by idem, 20th May.
J. H. Albouy and Family, with two Servants, in fourteen days, or with the June Convoy, from the 22d May.
Benjn. Hall, with one Servant, with ditto, from the 22d May.
Latham Avery, with one ditto, with ditto, from the 22d May.
Jno. M'Gowty, with ditto, ditto, from the 22d May.
Secretary's Office, Demerary, May 22, 1813.
CHARLES WILDAY,
Sworn Clerk.

For Liverpool. [centered]
The Ship LAFOREY,
GEORGE JOHNSTON, Master, [centered]
And [centered]
The Ship CERVANTES, [centered]
JOHN PATTERSON, Master, [centered]
Will positively sail with the June Fleet. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain, or
May 25. FULLERTON, OLIVERSON, & Co.

For Glasgow. [centered]
Warranted to sail with the first Convoy. [centered]
THE SHIP SISTERS, [centered]
Capt. GEMMELL. [centered]
For Freight or Passage, apply to
EVAN & ANGUS FRASER.
Note. - Gentlemen, who have engaged room in the Sisters, are particularly requested to send forward their shipments as expeditiously as possible, to prevent disappointments to either party. - May 24.

To Sail positively with the June Convoy. [centered]
The Coppered Ship BELLEISLE, [centered]
THOMAS TODD, Master, [centered]
For Freight or Passage, apply to
DOUGLAS, REID, & Co.
Who offer for sale - 20,000 Bricks, and 20 Hhds. Lime, very reasonable if taken from alongside.
May 25.

The Ship NEREID, [centered]
W. ORR, Master, [centered]
Will positively sail hence with the June Fleet. For Freight or Passage apply to said Master, or
May 25. FULLERTON, OLIVERSON, & Co.

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


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