[Colophon] [No. 773.
Tuesday, March 21, 1815.
For Hire - the Dwelling-House and
Out-Building s on that very eligible Concession, situated between Plantations
Ruimveld and La Penitence, lately occupied by Dr. C. Van Wireingen. On this
Concession there is a large water-cistern, which, as well as all the
out-buildings, have been put into the best repair. Any one wishful of hiring
the same, will please to apply either to Dr. P. Cramer, or to S. Cramer, on
Plantation Ruimveld. - March 21.
Public Vendues. [heading] . . .
On Monday the 12th of April, at the
Vendue Office, by order of Henry Tulloh and Richard Batty, Esqrs. Executors to
Mrs. Sarah Allen, deceased - Household Furniture consisting of feather beads,
mattresses, bedsteads, sofas, tables, chairs, a side board, glass and earthen
ware, china, a silver soup ladle, table and tea spoons, picktures [sic],
looking glasses, &c.
Also the following Slaves - Richard, a cooper
- Bella and her family, Robert, Ben, and Peggy - Venus and her family, Juliet
and William - Charlotte and her family, Maria, Frances, Diana, and an infant -
Jenny and her family, Jiffy and Henry - Mama Bass and her family, John Gay,
Susannah and Joanna - and Olivia.
Also the right and title of the said
Deceased, to the Quarter Lot of Land No. 29, in Cumingsburg, where she formerly
resided, with the buildings thereon, as they now stand, and a water vat
attached. Terms of payment for the whole, 6 and 9 months.
March 18. Kingston & Mills.
The Ship Hannah, Foster, master, from
Halifax; is the only arrival since our last.
Departed this Life, at his residence in
Charles Town, on Sunday last. - L. Hartensveld, Esqr.
Printed and Published every Tuesday and
By Edward James Henery.