Demerary and Essequebo Royal Gazette 1815 February 14
Tuesday, February 14, 1815.
For Sale - those extensive and
commodious Premises situated on the North side of the Brick Dam, opposite the
Old Parade Ground, and late the residence of L. Van Rossum, Esqr. To an
approved purchaser, very liberal terms will be given, For Particulars, apply
For Hire - that commodious
Dwelling-House, No. 18, on the Back-Dam, formerly the property of Mr.
Kamerling. Apply to R. Phipps, Esqr.
We have no arrivals to announce, except the brig of war Chanticleer, and the merchant-brig Dolphin. The former, from a cruise to windward; the latter, from Newfoundland.
The Fleet, from this Port for England,
consisting of about thirty vessels, sailed on Saturday. They were strongly
convoyed; - the whole under the command of that able and attentive officer,
Capt. Quilliam, of the Crescent. We have therefore no doubt of their safe
arrival at the place of general rendezvous.
Departed this Life, at Clifton, near Bristol, in England, in the 15th year of her age, Antoinette, the youngest Daughter of A. Meertens, Esqr. late of this colony.