Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1804 March 24
Bekendmaakingen, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alle de geenen,
welke iets pretendeeren hebben van, ofte verschuldigd zyne aan den Boedel en
Nalatenschap van wylen den Her G. J. Coninck, zoo voor hem, als voor het Huys
van Negotie, gecanteerd hebbende op de Firma van Touson & Coninck, gelieven
daar van opgaven en betaalingen te doen binnen den tyd van ses weeken, naa dato
dezes, ten huyze van de Heeren P. J. C. Van Ryssel en H. D. Obermuller, in
qualiteit als Executeuren Testamentair, tem einde gemelde Boedel met de meeste
spoed tot liquid[illegible] te brengen.
Alzoo den WelEdele
Gestrenge Heer P. P. Luyken, Raad in den Edel Achtbaaren Hove van Politie, den
Heer Theodore Barrell met deszelfs Familie, Mevr. Walker en de Heer J. H. van
Oldenhausen van voorneemens zyn om met het eerste Convoy van hier te vertrekken,
als mede de Heer J. C. Hollruns hinnen den tyde van ses weeken, en de Herren
James Tait en J. Seysser binnen den tyd van veertien dagen, zoo wordt zulks
mits dezen aan elk en een ieglyk bekend gemaakt, ten einde die geenen, welke
iets van dezelven, zoo in Prive[accent] als qualiteit te pretendeeren hebben,
of verschuldigd zyn, hunne pretensien koomen aangeeven of hunne Schulden
voldoen ter hunner Domicilium, of wet ter Secretary alhier.
PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
The Commissary of
the Vendue advertises that on Monday the 26th Instant, will be Exposed for Sale
to the highest Bidders, on the American Stelling, precisely at 10 o'Clock, by
order of E. N. Wichers, - Three hundred barrels of Superfine Flour just
imported in the Schooner Ann Ballard, Capt. Moffat, from Norfolk, Virginia.
The Commissary of
the Vendue advertises that on Tuesday, the 27th Instant, will be Exposed for
Sale to the highest Bidders by order of Messrs: Bruninghaus & Bergh -
Malaga Wine in barrels and kegs of 20 Gallons, raisins, olives in kegs, beef
and pork in whole and half barrels, Flour in do & do, soap, candles, lamp oil,
hoes, cutlasses, tobacco, prunes, butter, white lead, oil, &c.
The Commissary of
the Vendue advertises that on Monday the 9th of April, will be Exposed for Sale
to the highest Bidders, by order of Mr. P. Schirmeester; - Household Furniture,
consisting of Mahogany ward robes, Secretaires, side boards, tables and chairs,
glass ware, Earthen ware, copper ware, Kitchen utensils, pictures, good and
silver, table cloths, and dry Goods
The Commissary of
the Vendue advertises that on Monday, the 9th of April, will be Exposed for
Sale to the highest Bidders, by Order of M. P. C. J. Van Ryssel, for the
Mulatto Woman L. J. C. Warner, Executrix to the Estate of D. Taayspell
deceased; Five Lotts of Land, situated on the front Land of LaBourgade, now
called Cumingsburg, known on the Chart by the Numbers 192, 193, 194, 195, and
The Commissary of
the Vendue advertises that on Monday, the 16th of April, will be Exposed for
Sale to the highest Bidders, by Order of Mr. E. C. Eli, at his Store in
Stabroek; - Very fine Milch Cows and other Cattle, Chaises for one or two
horses, the Harnesses compleat, House Furniture, looking glasses, chairs, tables,
gold Watches, Jewels, hair combs, table Service, &c.
Imported by the
Subscribers in the Ships Grenada from London and British Queen from Bristol,
and for Sale at their Store in the New Town, viz: - Beer, porter, Taunton ale
and cyder in bottles, loaf sugar, teas, spices, pickles, hams, sweet, oil,
mustard and vinegar, pine, dolphin and wiltshire cheese, split pease and
barley, oats, Gentlemens and Ladies hats, boots and shoes, broad cloths and
cassimeres with trimmings, printed cottons and counterpanes, Gentlemens and
Ladies cotton stockings, umbrellas, Stationery, Negro clothing, hoes, shovels
and cutlasses, nails, paints and oil, iron pots, anchors, cordage and canvas,
sheet lead, coopers, carpenters and masons' tools, chamber door and stock
locks, hinges, bolts, stay hooks and staples, gin cranks, single Horse Chaises
with plated harness, tandem harness, saddles and bridles, gray stock bricks,
paving tiles, building and temper lime, grind stones, wood and iron hops,
rivets, &c. &c.
Imported in the Ship
Grenada from London and for Sale Demerary Almanacks for 1804 in Sheets and in
Pocket Books [illegible] various sizes and qualities, Porter in barrels, has
also a few boxes [illegible] noyeau, cherry and raspberry brandy, Reeve's water
colours, hyson [illegible] spices, co[?]ks, scarlet cloth, superfine Flour, a
Phaeton Harness [illegible] Gentleman's Turning Lathe, and a few other Articles.
The Undersigned has
just received in addition to his fo[illegible] assortment and for for [sic]
Sale at his Store for immediate Payment in Cash, Cotton or Coffee, the
following Articles, viz: - Muslin, callicoes, Irish linen, checks and sheeting,
Ladies and Gentlemens white and black silk gloves ditto wash leather ditto.
Ladies [illegible] roaforts, Men and Womens stockings, hair powder and pomatum,
[illegible] bark powder, glauber salts and rappee snuff in bottles point oil
[illegible] jugs, paint in pots, brass and stock locks, tin tea kettles, sugar
strainers, Coopers tools, log and fishing lines, fish hooks, mops, large and
small reicpt and memorandum
books, large and small plated wai[illegible] liquor and vinegar stands, coffee
pots with lamp stands, bread baskets, porter cups, candlesticks, patent razors
with razor straps [sic], Sportmen's pocket knives, and a variety of other
For Sale: - A Cotton Estate on the East Coast of Berbice, with Seventy Seasoned Negroes or a less number if desired, [illegible] A hard wood Frame for a Dwelling-House 30 by 20 feet, one and a half Story high, with a Portico in front, and a Gallery aback, [illegible] Walaba shingles sufficient to cover the same - For particulars apply to the Printer. Stabroek, 24th March 1804.
offer for Sale, at Reduced Prices [illegible - torn] Payment in Cash, Supar,
Cotton or Coffee: Fish [illegible - torn] boxes, Beef and Pork in whole and
half barrels, Mackarel [illegible - torn] Butter and Candles, Cheese, Lamp Oil
in barrels and jugs [illegible] Boards and Plank, white and red Oak Shooks,
Alzoo de Heer M. E.
Evertsz in leven Boekhouder Generaal dezer Colonie in Steinfield, Departement
van den Ned[illegible] Rhyn is overleden, zoo wordt ieder, die iets aan hem
verschuldigd is, of iets te pretendeeren heeft verzogt, betaling te doen, of
hunne pretension te koomen opgeeven by den Ondergetekenden.
intending to leave this Colony in two Months (please God to return again) for
America or Burmuda [sic] to recover his health and to refresh and strengthen
his Spirits, most worn out in the service of his Employers, his Clients, which
he request will send for their Papers at his Office: all those therefore that
have any Demands are requested to call for Payment, and those indebted to him
to Pay him.
For Sale, by the
Subscriber at the House of Thomas Frankland Esqr. - Newfoundland Fish in four,
six & Eight Quintal
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 22d day of March 1804,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 22 Maart 1804, zig in arrest bevindende
slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And Seventeen New Negroes, the names of
their Owners unknown.
Begraaven zedert den
16 tot den 22 Maart 1804.
Printed and Published by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.
Saturday, the 24th of March.
Runaway from the
Subscriber, a Negro Man named Tarrice, by Trade a Carpenter, has a lame leg and
is supposed to be harboured on the East Coast. A Reward of THREE JOES will be
given to any Person apprehending the same and lodging him in the Barracks, or
to the Subscriber in Stabroek.
Printed by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.