Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1803 November 19
His Honor Lieutenant Colonel Robert Nicholson, Lieutenant Governor in and over
the Colonies of Essequebo, Demerary and Berbice and their Dependencies, &c.
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alzoo de Heer John Hacket van voornemens
is binnen den tyd van veertien dagen of drie Weeken van hier te vertrekken, zoo
wordt mits dezen aan elik en een iegelyk geadverteerd, ten einde die geenen,
welke iets van hem te pretendeeren hebben, of aan hem verschuldigd zyn, hunne
pretensien koomen opgeeven en hunne Schulden koomen voldoen ter zyner
Domicilium ofte wel ter Secretary alhier.
Alle de geenen, welke iers te
pretendeeren hebben of schuldig zyn aan den Boedel van wylen Willem Lodewyk
Menkman, worden verzogt daarvan opgave en betaling te doen ten huyze van den
Heer A. H. Walstab op de Plantagie Meerzorg in qualiteit als Executeur
Testamentair in welgemelde Boedel, ofte ten Comptoire van den Procureur N.
Rousselet in Stabroek binnen den tyd van drie maanden na dato dezes, ten einde
gemelde Boedel tot liquiditeit te brengen.
PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
The Commissary of the Vendue advertises,
that on Monday the 12th of December, will be exposed for Sale at the Store of
Doctor Henry B. Gall; a large and general assortment of Fresh and Valuable
Medicines, viz: Best pale and red bark, Cantharides, Opium, Ipecacuana,
Verdigrease, blue vitriol, myrrh, aloes, rhubarb, jalap, oil of vitriol,
spirits of nitre and vitriol, Hoffman's anodyne liquor, spirit of turpentine,
camphor, salt nitre, glauber salts in kegs of 1 1-2 pounds, with every other
Medicine in modern Practice.
PUBLICQUE VENDUEN. [heading]
De Wel Edel Gestrenge Heer Charles
Vincent, als Ontvanger van de Stads Cas, maakt by dezen bekend, eat it gevolge
authorisatie van den Edelen Achtba ten Hove van Politie der Cotonten Essequebo
en Demerary, dato 26 July 1803, denzelven op publick vendue aan de
meestbiedence door den Commissare E. N. Wichers op Maandag den 5 December
eerstkoomende ten huyze van gem. Commisaris, des morgens ten 10 Uuren zal
laaren verkoopen de volgende halve Concessien Lands, gelegen in Stabroek te
The Subscribers will expose for Sale on
Tuesday next the 22d Instant, at the Store of McInroy, Sandbach, McBean &
Co. on the front ground of Plantation Werk & Rust:
The Subscriber will expose to Sale on
Wednesday next the 23d Instant, at the Plantation Vlessingen [sic]:
The Subscriber will Expose for Sale on
Thursday the 24th Inst. 260 Prime Young Negroes, imported in the Ship Queen,
Capt. Tyler, from Cabenda.
Any Person having Lost a Quantity of
Joes may have them restored by giving reasonable proof of the Property, and by
application to the Subscriber.
N. Rousselet, Curator of the Estate of
the late J. Porthouse, informs the Creditors of said Estate that he shall
attend to his Office in Stabroek from Monday 'till Saturday, between six and
nine o'Clock in the Morning, to Pay to each Creditor who has rendered their
Account against said Estate their Dividend, according to sentence of the Honble
[sic] Court of Justice of this Colony dated the 24th of October last. Those that
do not call for their Money within ten days from this date, will find it
deposited for their Account in the Iron Chest at the Secretary's Office.
All Persons having any Demands against
Mr. Robert Myles, deceased, are requested to render them in properly attested
on or before the first of January 1804 to Mr. Alexander Simpson at the House of
Messr. Kent & Leslies and all Persons indebted to said Estate are requested
to come forward immediately with Payment, that the Estate may be brought to a
Just imported in Schooner Hannah, Capt.
Pool from Boston, and Schooner Sally, Capt. Lufkin from Newbury Port, and for
Sale by the Subscribers. - Dried scale fish in hogsheads and boxes, mess Beef
and Pork in whole and half barrels, Mackerel in whole and half barrels, Shads,
Tongues, Salmon in kegs, Butter, Tobacco in barrels, superfine Flour, Crackers,
Lamp Oil, rounds Beef, Rice, Soap, puncheon Iron Hoops, white oak Shooks,
The Underwritten acquaints his Friends
and every one who have any concerns with him, that he has sold his remaining
Stock in trade to Mr. Marx, recommending the quality of those Goods to such as
should wish to speculate. He has consequently given up shop and store-keeping,
and request that all who are indebted to him, either in Privy or to the Firms
of Overweg & Evertz and Overweg & Van Milligen (as far as he has assumed
of these Firms for his private account) will come forward with Payment before
the Month of January next, at least to come to a settlement by giving their
Acceptances for the amount, to prevent his being put to the disagreeable
necessity of prosecuting the defaulters by Law.
The Subscriber acquaints his Friends and
the Publick, that he has Purchased from C. M. Overweg Esqr. all his Stock on
hand and offers the same for sale at very reasonable Prices, being principally
best Medocq claret in cases, hock, spa water, white wine, mallaga, frontigniac,
muscat and spanish wines, white wine vinegar, sweet liquors, sweet oil, best
tobacco and fine pipes, Plantation utensils, carpenters and coopers tools,
glass ware, earthen ware, brushes of all sorts, and several other Articles too
tedious to specify.
Spanish Mules for Sale. A Cargo of
Prime Mules Just landed from the Oronoco, enquire of
To be Sold on very reasonable Terms, an
elegant and complete set of Iron Works for a Sugar Wind Mill; also a quantity
of Grating Bars. apply to
The Subscribers having erected a Smith
Shop in the Town of Cumingsburg adjacent to Messrs: Telford & Naghten, and
having provided proper Persons and Materials for conducting the same, will be
happy in accomodating their Friends and the Public at the earliest Notice and
in the most Workman like manner' the Plumber and Copper-Smith's business will
also be strictly tended to, and every effort exerted to render general satisfaction.
Horses will also be Shod at a reduced price of two Guilders a Shoe for Cash
Runaway from the Subscriber, a Negro Man
named Peter, he is well known about Town. Any Person who will apprehend the
said Man and lodge him in the Barracks will receive One Joe reward.
Whereas the Person of C. F. V. Kohler
without any qualification whatsoever has the presumption, in the name of the
Subscriber as deliberating Executrix and Heirress of D. Taayspel deced. to
execute various transactions; this is to give warning to all and every Person
not to effect any settlement of business with said C. F. V. Kohler, but on the
contrary to address themselves with the same to P. C. Ouckama and A. Fleischman
Esqrs. having given the last mentioned gentlemen a special power to bring the
Estate to a final settlement.
Den Tienden dezer des avonds ten 10
Uureen overleed alhier in Mahaica myne tedere Geliefde Echtgenoote Maria
Elisabeth Loncke, in de bloeijende Jeugd haares Ouderdoms van circa 18 Jaare,
gevende daarvan door dezen kennis aan Bloedverwamenen Vrienden, overtuigd van
dit voor my zoo Smertelyk verlies houde my van aller deelneeming zonder verdere
The Subscriber having undertaken to
Collect Debts, as well in and out of Stabroek at 10 per Cent Commission, begs
leave to recommend himself in that line, assuring all those who entrust him
with their commands, that nothing shall be wanting to render them satisfaction.
Just imported and for sale by the
Subscribers. 66 Prime Sanish [sic] MULES.
Alzoo Mejuffrouw Gravier de Loisy tot
haar Zielsleedweezen vernomen heest, dat zy met een kwa de naarn berigt wordt,
ten zynde een Weduwe en hebbende geen mesch tot haare defensie is zy verpligt
het Publiek te verzoeken, dat die geenen, welke iets op haar kwaad gedrag of
desreputatie weeten in te brengen, opkomen Zy dagvaard dezelven voor de
Viershaar der Waarheid, en beloont hun met den titel Eerdief. Hebebende
[illegible]e deze lasteringen hunnen Oorsprong in het niet opbouwen 'van een
Huys en wanbetaling van een verkogte Neger.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 10th day of November 1803,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 17 November 1803, in arrest bevindende
Wegloper Slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
Begraaven zedert den 11 Nove. tot den 17
Published and Printed by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.