The Royal (Colophon) Gazette
Saturday, January 13, 1816.
the following Persons have Petitioned the Honorable Court of Policy of Demerary
and Essequebo, for Letters of Manumission for the after-named Slaves, viz.
Simson, Executor of Charles Macrae, deceased - for the mulatto girl Mary.
Simson, for the mulatto woman Polly Skeete.
B. Panye, q.q. T. Brush - for the negro woman Jenny Ann Gaskin.
those who may have any right or title, to said Slaves, are hereby notified to
give in their claims between this date and the next ensuing ordinary meeting of
the Court of Policy aforesaid, on the 29th instant.
George-Town, January 12, 1816.
Wilday, Clk. Ct. Policy.
Vendues. [heading] . . .
Saturday the 27th inst. by order of Miss Lucy Van Den Velden, at her house,
Werk en Rust, formerly occupied by C. Vincent, Esq. - Household furniture,
&c. and a quantity of Dutch Provisions, just arrived.
12. Kingston & Mills.
Thursday the 1st day of February, by order of Mrs. Coutelat, on the premises -
The house which she at present occupies, situated on the Brick Dam, and several
valuable negroes, named loveless - Sheblia - Vigere - Avon - Viscaal - Cecrice
- Madlain and her four children - Juliet - Clarida - Sophia - and Judy -
Premier and her child - Martin and Ajuba - all healthy and well disposed people
- household furniture, consisting of hair bottom sofas and chairs, card and
other tables, clothes presses, bedsteads and curtains complete, silver and
plate ware, glass-ware, consisting of looking-glasses, shades, wine-glasses and
tumblers, rummers and decanters, a milch cow, and what further may appear.
Terms of payment - for the house, six month - and negroes, &c. three months
13. Kingston & Mills.
has not been any arrival since our last, capable of communicating anything of
this Life, at Plantation Leonora, on the 10th instant - The Hon. David Luthers,
Ancient Member of the Hon. Court of Justice of this Colony: - aged 72 years and
is to inform the Public, that the following Persons intend quitting the Colony:
Yearwood, in 14 days or six weeks, from Dec. 15.
Forrest, in 14 days or 6 weeks, from December 18.
mulatto boy William, the property of Mrs. E. Jeffers St. Vincent, in 14 days or
6 weeks from December 21.
Taylor, in 14 days or 6 weeks from December 22.
H. Bagaley and Lady, William Pollard, and P. P. Luyken, per Ship Richard, or in
6 weeks from December 22.
Mashart Campion, in 14 days, from December 29.
M'Lean, in 14 days from December 30.
P. Neblett, and servant, in 14 days or 6 weeks, do.
Thomas, and servant, in 14 days or 6 weeks, do.
P. A. Wiltens, in 14 days, from December 30.
W. Cox and two servants, in 14 days or 6 weeks, from do.
M'Aulay in 14 days, from January 1.
Joseph, in 14 days or a month, from [illegible]
Ann Drax Millar, and two servants [illegible] weeks, from January 8.
Millar, in 14 days or six weeks, [illegible]
Free Black Man G. F. Perry, in [illegible] from January 8.
Hayes, in 14 days or six weeks, [illegible]
Free Negro Girl Leace Winter, in [illegible] from January 8.
Playter, in 14 days or six weeks, from [illegible]
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of Matrimony - Between James Jamison, Esq. born in Scotland, bachelor, being of
age, and of the Protestant Religion, on the one part; and Miss Wilhelmina Maria
Bostock, born in this Colony, also of the Protestant Religion, a minor, but
assisted by, and with consent of her mother, Mrs. the Widow Bostock, on the
person knowing just cause or impediment why the above parties should not be
joined together in Holy Matrimony, must declare the same at the Colonial
Office, 12th January, 1816.
Wilday, Sworn Clerk.
& ESSEQUEBO: [centered]
and Published by William Baker, every Tuesday,
and Saturday, at his Office in Cumingsburg.