Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1804 April 14
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alzoo Vrouwe D. R. Luder geboren Warre,
Juffrouw M. Luder binnen vier weeken, de Heeren William Leeds en Willem Ro[umlaut)hrs
van voorneemens zyn binnen den tyd van veertien dagen van hier te vertrekken,
zoo wordt zulks mits dezen bekend gemaakt, ten einde die geenen, welke iets van
hun te pretendeeren hebben, of aan hun verschuldigd zyn, hunne pretensien
koomen ontvangen, of hunne Schulden betalen ter hunner Domicilium.
Alzoo de Heer William McNisch van
voorneemens is binnen den tyd van veertien dagen van hier te vertrekken, zoo
wordt zulks mits dezen bekend gemaakt, ten einde die geenen, welke iets van hem
te pretendeeren hebben, of aan hem verschuldigd zyn, hunne pretensien koomen
ontvangen, of hunne schulden betalen ter zyner Domicilium ten Huyze van de Heer
John Robb in Cumingsburg. –
PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
The Commissary of the Vendue advertises
that on Wednesday the 18th inst. will be exposed for Sale, by Order of the
Honble: Fiscaal [sic] of this Colony, the following Negroes, viz. A Negro
Woman belonging to Haslin. - Jane Betsy to Beresford. - Feronica to Van Well. -
Jan to Staunton. Samuel to Hopkinson. - Asking to Fraser. - Calais to Ogle. - Cuffy
to Philips; and a New Negro Marked K. X ["X" on its side]
The Commissary of the Vendue advertises
that on Thursday the 19th Inst, will be Exposed for Sale to the highest
Bidders, at the Store of Mr. H. I. Underwood; - White bread in whole and half
barrels, broad cloths & cassimeres, printed callicoes, glass ware, cutlery,
Jewelery, nails, Provisions & other Articles.
The Commissary of the Vendue advertises
that on Monday the 23rd Inst. will be Exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders,
at the Store of Mr. H. Beis, on the front of Pln. Werk & Rust; -
Provisions, consisting of beef, pork, tongues, rounds beef, mackarel, salmon,
sheep, Cattle, boards, clapboards, shingles, &c.
The Commissary of the Vendue advertise
that on Monday the 14th May, will be exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders,
by Order of Thomas Morgan & M. Staunton, Executors to the Estate of Edward
Wood deced: - The Lott No. 54., situate on the front of Pln. Werk & Rust,
with the Buildings thereon in neat and compleat order, the house is on a brick
foundation with glass windows, a good Cistern &c.
The Receiver of the Colony Revenues,
hereby earnestly requests all those who have not yet paid their Taxes for the
last preceeding [sic] Year, to come forward & discharge the same on or
before the 20th Inst. after which period, Payment will be enforced, agreeable
to the Tenor of the Publication issued on the 22nd of October last, without
distinction to Persons.
TELFORD, NAGHTEN & Co. [heading]
The Subscribers have this day Imported
by the Ship Latona, Capt. Maurice MacGrath, and for Sale at their Stores In
Cumingsburg; - Yorkshire hams in canvas, bottled porter and Ale, oats in
puncheons, refined sugar, gunpowder & hyson tea, split pease and barley in
kegs, white, black, red, yellow & brown paints in kegs, green & blue
do. in pots, paint oil in jugs, tallow in kegs, soap and candles, temper'd
lime, Gentlemen's boots, shoes and hats, umbrellas, Negroe cloathing and hats,
oznabrugs, salempores, Irish linen & sheeting, cotton & coffee bagging,
Russia and English canvas, Russia sheeting, cordage assorted, pipes in boxes,
nails, iron pots, hoops, &c. - They have also for sale, Irish mess beef and
pork in whole and half barrels, ditto butter in half firkins, potatoes, Fish in
hhds & boxes, lamp oil in barrels, mackarel, salmon, Tobacco in hhds. &
barrels, Lumber & clap boards, with various other Articles.
Just Imported in the Ships Brilliant
& Ariadne from Glasgow, and for sale by the Subscribers at their store in
Cumingsburg: - Inverness cotton bagging, sewing twine, bottled porter and beer
in tierces, solid ditto in hhds & barrels, cordage, anchors, grapnels,
candles, soap, lime, bricks, and a few trunks boots & shoes. They have
also for sale, Irish mess beef & pork, & ship-bread.
For Liverpool: - The Ship Brilliant, Wm.
Gammell Master, Mounting 16 Guns and 40 Men, and
For Bristol: - The Ship Avon, John
Haynes Master, will sail with the first Convoy: For Freight or Passage, apply
to the said Master, or R. S. Turton.
MADEIRA WINE. [heading]
Just imported from Liverpool and for
Sale by the Subscriber at reasonable terms for immediate Payment: - Irish
butter, ham, cheese, London bottled porter, pearl barley, split pease,
potatoes, ling fish in matts, cod and scale ditto in boxes, beef, pork,
candles, Negro pipes, and Gentlemens superfine ready made Coats.
The Subscribers have just imported for
sale at their Store, the following Articles, Very Cheap for immediate Payment;
Lumber, clap-boards, shingles, R. O. staves, salt fish, beef, pork, butter,
candles, soap. tobacco, rice, crackers, mackerel, lamp oil, gin, brandy,
glauber salts in tubs of 13 lbs., nankeen &c. &c.
BOURBON CANE PLANTS. [heading]
All those Indebted to the Estate of the
late Donald McRae, (Taylor) are requested to make Payment of their Accounts to
Mr. Robert Stephenson; - And all Persons having demands against the same, are
requested to render their Accounts to the said Gentleman.
The Subscriber intending to leave this
Colony in June or July next, gives this Notice to all whom it may concern.
For Sale by the Undersigned, Madeira
Wine by the dozen.
Just Imported, and for Sale by the
Subscriber; - Best London particular Madeira Wine in Pipes, Hhds & Quarter
casks, Superfine Flour in barrels, Inverness cotton bagging, &c.
G. Ryk, Predikant de Nederduitsche
Gemeente in deze Colonie geest hiermede kennis aan die geenen, welke daar eenig
bel[illegible] in stellen, dat op de eerstvolgende vyf Zondagen alhier niet
[illegible] gepredikt worden, om redenen, dat hy in dien tyd de
openb[illegible] Godsdienstoefsseningen in de Colonie Essequebo zal waarneemen.
De Ondergetekende presenteert uit de
hand te Koop - Am[illegible]caansche Planken tegens f 99. de duyzend voet,
Duygen f [illegible] Schoven met hunne Boomstukken f 7. Cingels f 8.5, alles
v[illegible] directe betaling in Contanten, Wissels of Producten tegens Cas
Absented from the Subscriber early on
Monday Morning last the 9th Inst. a negro Man named Mingo, of the Congo Nation,
about 5 feet 6 inches high, very black & stout made, he has lost one toe of
his left foot & his hair is very grey, speaks English and Dutch, and is
well known in Stabroek and the Vicinity; - Persons are cautioned not to harbour
or employ said Negro, and Whoever will deliver him to the Subscriber, or lodge
him in the Barracks, shall be rewarded.
Picked Up in front of Plantation
Zwaanenschutz, a Punt with a cross beam; the Owner thereof can have it by
applying on said Estate, and Paying the Expences.
PLAN of a Lottery made by J. F. Meyer,
with Permission of His Honor Lieutenant Governor Nicholson.
For Sale: - The House in which the
Subscriber resides, on the South Dam, half Concession No. 26, on easy terms to
an approved Purchaser: and as he intends removing from this Town in a fortnight
or three weeks to settle on the Arabian Coast, takes occasion of offering all
due acknowledgements to those who have favored him with their employ in the
exercise of his Profession during his residence here, and soliciting their
interest whither he is now going, assuring them that he shall be happy and ready
to render them his services; at the same time he must also earnestly request
all those who are indebted to him, to come forward with all expedition to his
assistance in the settlement of their Accounts, that he may thereby be enabled
to satisfy all such Demands as are against him, previous to that time.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 12th day of April 1804,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 12 April 1804, zig in arrest bevindende
Weglopper slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And Ten New Negroes, the names of their
Begraaven zedert den 6 tot den 12 April
Published and printed by E. J. Henery