Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1804 October 13
Stabroek District, 10th October 1804.
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alzoo de Heer B. Jacobs, van voorneemens
zyn binnen den tyd van 14 daagen van hier te vertrekken, zo wordt zulks mits
deezen bekend gemaakt, ten einde die geenen, welke iets van hem te pretendeeren
hebben, of aan hem verschuldigd zyn, hunne pretensien komen ontvangen, of hunne
schulden betaalen, ter zyner Domicilium.
PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
On Monday the 22d Inst. and following
day, will be Sold to the highest Bidders, by Order of Messrs. H. B. Gall &
Co. at their House in front of Plantation Vlissingen. - an assortment of dry
Goods, consisting of black and brown cassimere, black velvet, India dimity,
buff thick sett, Irish linen, Ladies hose, muslins, callico cambric, blue &
red strip'd pullicat handkerchiefs, romal & madrass do. clouting diaper,
hair powder & pomatum, pen knives & sicssars, hair trunks, refined
sugar, muskets, hams, ox tongues in firkins, butter, candles, soap, split pease,
rounds beef, white lead, a few kegs of Barbados old Rum, superfine Flour
&c. as also a large and general assortment of Glass Ware.
On Wednesday the 17th Inst. will be Sold
to the highest Bidder, the Schooner Desperate, late in His Majesty's Service,
as she now lies dismantled along side of the Stelling of William Heathcotte
Esqr. with her Water Casks and Spars.
The Subscriber gives Notice, that all
Accounts unpaid up to the 31st of December last, and all Acceptances due, will
without any further Application be put into the hands of his Lawyer to proceed
against those it may concern, according to Law, he being tired of Dunning to no
other purpose than receiving Promises upon Promises, which are never realized.
- He offers for Hire, by the Year or Month, the very spacious Cellar under his
House, on reasonable Terms
FOR LIVERPOOL. [heading]
For Sale or Hire: - The half Lot of Land
no. 26, with comfortable Dwelling House and all necessary out Buildings
thereon, situated in an Airy and pleasant part of Stabroek. Further
Particulars may be known by applying at the Subscriber's Residence on
Plantation Pattensen, or H. C. Evertsz Esqr.
The Subscriber requests all Persons who
have left Papers with him, to call for them at his Office within fourteen days
from this date.
For Sale, a Seasoned Negro Girl who is
used to House Work, also a very light Gig with a Chaise Horse & Harness
compleat. For further particulars, apply to the Printer.
FOR SALE for Immediate Payment.
For Sale by the Subscriber, at his Store
on the American Stelling, new Irish Butter at f. 66. per Firkin, Cash.
The Subscriber offers for Sale, Lot No.
54, with the Buildings thereon, formerly the Residence of Theodore Barrel
[sic], and at present Occupied by J. A. Paradys Esqr. Attorney at Law, to whom
it is leased until the first of May next, the above Premises Rent for Two
Thousand two Hundred Guilders per Annum. - An approved Purchaser will meet with
very eligible Terms, little more than One Year's Rent being required
immediately; For further particulars, apply to
Wallaba Timber 24 feet long, 6 by 6
Inches, Green Hart 1 1/2 and 2 inch Plank, and a Fence of Wallaba Staves with
Sparrs and Wallaba Posts belonging to it for sale by the Subscriber. Who
requests that Purchaser of the Fence as it now stands round his Concession No.
40, to break it down within fourteen Days from the day of Sale.
Runaway from the Subscriber, a Negro
Woman named Mary, a Creole of Bermuda, and brought up in the Island of
Barbados, her Tongue may be easily found out, she has a scar over one of her
Eyes, thin made and a vacant stare, is harboured some where on Plantation
Eveleary, and has frequently been seen about the New Barracks; - A generous
Reward will be given for lodging her in the Barracks of Stabroek, or delivering
For Sale by Private Contract; - A new
Schooner, built of best Colony wood, 40 feet long, 15 and a quarter wide, and 5
1/2 feet deep. For further Particulars, apply to
Weggeloopen, een Congo Meisje toebehoorende aan de Weduwe Eyman, die dezelve te regt brengt, zal een goed belooning hebben. Demerary, 6 October 1804.
The Subscriber requests all Persons to
whom he stands indebted, will render in their Accounts for Payment, as he
intends leaving the Colony in a few Weeks.
The Underwritten having given to G.
Mahlstedt, the most Legal and convincing communication that they (H. Cantzlaar
and I. L. Eils,) are the true and only Attornies in this Colony, as well of
Messrs. Otto, Sargenton & Co. of Amsterdam, in Quality of Holders of a
Mortgage on the Estate Toevlugt, in this River, as also of Mr. J. Sargenton of
Amsterdam, in Quality of Heir to his deceased Mother Widow of C. Backer Esqr.
and consequently Heir for one quarter part of said Estate Toevlugt, they expect
that said Mahlstedt under these circumstances, will have Generosity enough to
recall his Advertisement of the 6th October, so that no Person may be misled
thereby; Whereas the Underwritten perfectly adhere to their Advertisement of
the 29th September last, "that all Transactions contracted with G.
Mahlstedt, concerning the Toevlugt Estate, without their concurrence, are to be
considered Null and void." also that G. Mahlstedt in consequence of the
Revocation of the Power of Attorney on him, has no more the least
Administration of the Estate Regt door Zee, belonging to said Ott, Sargenton
Notice is hereby given, that the Vendue
on Plantation Bel Air, will take place in the Morning, at 10 o'Clock precisely,
instead of the Afternoon, as formerly Published.
On Monday the 29th Instant and the
following days, will be Sold to the highest Bidders, by Order of Messrs.
Pasquier & Otto, at their Store in Stabroek; - A Variety of Dry Goods, the
Particulars of which will be Specified in the next Gazette.
List of Vessels which have Entered and Cleared from the 6th to the 13th of October 1804.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 13th day of Octr. 1804,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 13 Oct. 1804, zig in arrest bevindende
Weglopper slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And 7 New Negroes, the names of their
Printed and Published by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.