Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1804 August 04
By the Honble the Vice President and the
Counsellors of the Court of Criminal and Civil Justice of Demerary and it's
[sic] Dependencies, &c. &c. &c.
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
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PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
On Monday the 13th Inst. will be Exposed
for Sale to the highest Bidders, by Order of Mr. Wm. Latham, at his House
situated on the front Land of Eveleary; That Lot of Land with the buildings
thereon, at present Occupied by said Mr. W Latham, and known by No. 6
consisting of a good strong Dwelling House, a Range of Negro Houses,
Horse-Stable, Kitchen with a brick Chimney & Oven, Pigeon-house Cow ditto,
a Garden and other Conveniences, together with the Railing and a paved Yard,
The Lot No. 7, situated next the above, with the Buildings &c. thereon,
also Thirty Negro Tradesmen, viz Masons, Carpenters and Sawyers, and a few
House Slaves. The above Property is sold for no other reason than the
Proprietor's leaving the Colony,
On Thursday the 16th Inst. will be Sold
on the Premises, to the highest Bidder; the Lot No. 24 in Bridge Town, with the
Buildings thereon, at present Occupied by Mr. George Craig, and situated nearly
opposite Doctor Gall's. The Premises are nearly new, in compleat Repair, and
commodiously situated for Business.
On Thursday the 23d Inst. will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders, by Order of Messrs. James Ried [sic]
and Robert Stephenson, Executors to the Estate of the late E. McKenna
[Elisabeth McKinna in Dutch text]; the water Lott with the Buildings thereon,
situated on the South side of the American Stelling, opposite the Premises of
Mr. Frans. Bynoe, A Negro Woman and Child, Household Furniture &c.
On Monday the 10th of October next, will
be Sold by Order of J. Cooper and H. I. Underwood Esqrs. Executors to the
Estate of J. Weldon deced. The large and commodious House with the out
buildings &c. situated in the New Town, on Lot No. 5 and 12, lately
occupied by Messrs N. Osborne & Co. the Conveniency of these Premises are
well known, and highly worth the attention of Gentlemen in the Mercantile Line.
Shipped on Bard the Ship Mary, Capt. Denham, from London, by Messrs. Harriot, Burkett & Winstanley, two Packages of Medicine, marked H I L one a Case and the other a Cask, the Bill of Lading is filled up to the Order of the Shippers; - Whoever may have received such Bill of Landing, will please call for them on Board said Ship Laying off the Stelling in front of Plantation Vlissingen. Demerary 4th August 1804.
For Sale: - The fast Sailing Bermuda
built Brig Ceres, she is copper fastened and coppered, mounts Eight 4 pounders,
with small Arms &c. Also part of the Cargo of said Brig, consisting of
Claret in cases, Dutch snuff, pipes, lamp oil &c - Apply to Benjamin Tucker,
on board said Brig
A Property Worth f. 25000. to be had for
Two Joes. [heading]
The Subscriber intending to leave the
Colony, will either Sell or Rent his House in the New Town in front of
Plantation Vlissingen, which is very convenient for Business, also for a
Notice: - The Copartnership of Lewis,
Lester & Co. having by a former advertisement been dissolved, they now beg
leave to inform the Public, that the Busines [sic] of boat Building, Framing
&c in all it's [sic] various Branches, will in future be carried on under
the Firm of Lewis, Lester & Avery.
The Subscriber being hard pressed by
some of his Creditors, and desirous of doing Justice to them all, by such
Arrangements as he has it in his power to offer, requests all whom have Demands
against him, to send in their Accounts properly stated, to Mr. Jos. Hill, on
Plantation Friendship in Courabane, that he may be better able to make a proper
statement of his Affairs to be laid before them.
Met voorkennis van den Wel Edele
Gestrenge Heer, Mr. F. P. van Berckel, word door den Ondergeteekende
gea[umlaut]dverteerd; dat voor een geruimen tyd zyn aangebragt, twee
opgevangene Paarden, en dewyl dezelve hier gerequireerd zyn binnen de daar toe
gestelde tyd, zullen gemelde Paarden, binnen den tyd van veertien dagen, na
dato dezes, op publicke Vendue, voor de onkosten werden verkogt.
To Hire, and to be entered into immediately,
the quarter Concession situated on the middle Dam in Stabroek, with the
Buildings thereon, next the House lately Occupied by the deced: Mr. von
Lasberg; for further particulars, enquire of
Runaway from the Subscriber, a Negro
Girl named Mary, a Creole of Bermuda, last from Barbados where she was brought
up, middle sized, speaks the Barbadian Lingo, and has a scar on her forehead,
the cause of which is not known to her present Owner, She is supposed to be
harboured about Town; - A Reward suitable will be given to any one who will
take her up and lodge her in the Barracks. Any Person found harbouring said
Negro, will be brought to Justice, and the Law carried to the utmost extent
against all such Offenders.
Runaway from the Creek Haiama, a Negro
man Carpenter named Will, formerly the Property of Mr. John Lanan, in Stabroek
and has been brought up to the Ship Carpenter's Business, has large swell'd
feet and a stuttering Speech; - Any person apprehending him and returning him
to his owner Mr. William Niel, or delivering him to the Subscriber, shall be
handsomely Rewarded. Masters of Vessels are particularly cautioned against
harbouring on Board, or taking him off the Colony.
De Predikant G. Ryk, maakt hiermede bekend, dat 'er in de maand Augustus, in Stabroek. niet door Hem zal Gepredikt worden, daar Hy den Predikdienst te Essequebo zal waarneemen, geduurende dien tyd. Demerary 4 Augustus 1804.
For Sale at Public Auction, on Friday
the 10th Inst. at the Home of Isaac Wade Esqr. in Cumingsburg - 300 barrels of
Superfine and Rye Flour, Just Arrived.
On Tuesday the 14th Inst. will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders, at the Vendue Office; - 90 Pipes and
14 half Pipes of best Teneriffe Wine, and two do. do. Filtering Stones.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 4th day of August 1804,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 4e Aug. 1804, zig in arrest bevindende
Weglopper slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And 17 New Negroes, the names of their
Printed and Published by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.
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