Demerary and Essequebo Royal Gazette 1815 June 06
Tuesday, June 6, 1815.
from the Subscriber a negro woman named Daphne, supposed to be harboured about
Mahaica, where she has some relations; is well known and speaks good English.
All persons are cautioned against harbouring her, as the law will be rigidly
enforced against such offenders. A reward of One Joe will be given for her
apprehension, on delivering her to the Subscriber.
The arrivals, since our last, are the Brig Wellington, from Liverpool; and our Mail-Boat from Barbados. The former has brought London Papers to the 25th of April.
The anniversary of His Majesty's Birth-Day, was commemorated on Sunday, as much in the usual way as possible, considering the inclemency of the weather. The customary convivialities on such occasions, at the Camp-House, were postponed to the next day.