Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1804 October 27
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alzoo den Heer John M. O. Meara, van
voorneemens is 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 Friday the 2d November, will be sold
to the highest Bidders, on the stelling of O. J. Laurin Esqr. - Salt Fish in
casks, Beef and Pork in barrels and half barrels, &c. &c.
On Monday the 5th of November, will be
Sold to the highest Bidders, by Order of Mr. G. E. Aman, at his House in
Stabroek, as Executor to the Estate of E. E. F. Egeling deced. Wearing Apparel,
fine linen, gold watches, two Prime Negroes, one an excellent House Servant,
and the other a Boat Negro.
On Tuesday the 6th Novbr will be Sold to
the highest Bidders, by Order of Messrs. P. Rose & D. McLachlan, Executors
to the Estate of John Campbell deceased, at the House lately Occupied by him; -
Household Furniture, Negroes and Horses, Plantation stores, Jewelery, and
sundry other Articles.
On Sale: - Sixty Seasoned Negroes, 49 of
whom are Field People, 6 Carpenters and 5 Children; they will be Sold together
or in Lots as may be agreeable to Purchasers. Apply to
The Subscriber gives Notice to the
Public in general, that he does no further Business for Plantation Free &
Easy, nor A. Culpeper Esqr. the Subscriber requests such as may be Indebted to
him, to settle their Accounts as soon as possible, so as to enable him to
Liquidate some very pressing Demands against him in this Colony, as he expects
to leave it soon for some short space of time.
Just Imported and for Sale at the Store of John Madden & Co. - Fish in Hogsheads, flour, R. O. staves & clapboards, W. O. shooks with heading, spiced beef in quarter barrels, mess do. in half do. bottled rich Herefordshire cyder, Bristol beer in tierces and barrels, Shone's ale and brown stout in puncheons, gun powder, hyson tea, refined sugar, split pease in kegs, soap & candles, hoes and bitts, 40d nails, sugar strainers, paint & oil, Negro cloathing, Cordage &c. &c. Demerary, 27th October 1804.
Just Imported in the Brilliant, Wilm.
Gemmell Master, from Glasgow, and for Sale by the Subscribers at their Store in
front of Plantation Vlissingen, at reduced Prices for immediate Payment; - Real
Inverness cotton bagging, best twill'd coffee do. tow oznabrugs, linen checks,
garlix [sic], sewing twine, port wine, English split pease, rounds beef,
refined sugar, hams, glass war. patent shot, broad cloths and cassimeres,
callico cambric, handkerchiefs &c. &c. H. B. Gall & Co.
Wanting on [sic] Hire, - Twenty-five or Thirty Seasoned Negroes, to Work on a Cotton Estate for 3 or 4 Months certain, situated on the West Sea Coast of Essequebo, where they will be well fed and taken care of; For further Particulars, apply at the Store of Messrs. G. J. Goppy & Co. 27th Octr. 1804.
To Be Sold Reasonable, at the Vendue
Office, a few Pipes of Old Madeira Wine and some claret of a very excellent
Wanted to Hire, A Task-Gang of from 15
to 20 Negroes, to be Employed up this River for 3 Months; they will be found in
Provisions. Apply to
Every one are cautioned by this, not to
deliver any Goods on Account of Hendrik van Cooten Esqr. without a written
Order from Mr. L. H. H. de Wit, the Manager of the Estate, or from the
Uit Kragte eener Resolutie van den Edele
Achtbaare Hove van Crimineele en Civiele Justitie der Rivier en onderhoorige
Districten van Demerary, de dato 11 Augustus 1804. word een ieder bekend
gemaakt, dat door welgemelde de Hove zyn benoemd en aagesteld als Curators over
de Persoon en Goederen van H. E. Glaser, de Persoonen van Mr. J. Thibou Mathews
en I. L. Eils, aan wien en met wien alleen gelieve een ieder zich te addresseeren
over en z[??]ke te doen, de Persoon en Goederen van H. E. Glaser.
Alzo door het afsterve van den Heer
Willem Verhagen, de Compagnieschap van Verhagen & Ceurvorst
gee[umlaut]indigd is, en de zaaken van gemelde Compagnieschap zo spoedig
mooglyk geheel veressent moete worden. verzoekt de Ondergetekende alle die
geenen welke aan gemelde Firma betalingen hebben te doen, daarmede den meeste
spoed te maaken, daar het hem onaangenaam zyn zoude zich in een tegen
overgesteld geval van den Weg in rechten te moeten bediene, waartoe hem de
dwang der omstandighede noodzaaken zoude.
Alle welke iets te vorderen hebben van,
ofte verschuldigt zyn, aan den Boedel van wylen den Heer Willem Verhagen,
worden verzogt hunne Pretentien in te geeven, of hem verschuldigd te voldoen,
ten einde de staat des Boedels zo schielyk mooglyk tot liquiditeit kan worden
Died in the Island of St. Martin, on the
18th September last, my Sister Mrs. G. E. Van den Velden, wife of the Honorable
Fiscaal W. C. Van Loon.
Lost on the last Evening, a Red morocco
Pocket Book, containing sundry Papers, among which was an Order drawn by A.
Brower Esqr. on Mr. Thomas Reece, in Favor of the Subscriber; - Whoever will
restore the said Book and Papers, shall receive One Joe Reward
Runaway, a Boy named Jemmy, from the
Schooner Friendship, when here last, he is about 5 feet 4 inches high, has his
Country marks on his Face, and had on when he went away a white shirt and
trowsers; One Joe will be given to any Person lodging him in the Barracks, or
delivering him to
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 deceased Mr.
Van Lasberg; - For further Particulars, Enquire of
For Sale: - Any Quantity of Indian Corn
or Plantains, which may be shad by applying on Plantation Potosie, to
Taken-Up Adrift, a small Yawl, the Owner of which may have her by Proving their Property, Paying the Expences and applying on board the Brig Paulina, Andrew Prince Master. Demerary, 27th October 1804.
PROVISIE GRONDEN IN ESSEQUEBO. [heading]
Vermist op Woensdag den 24 October, des
avonds tuffchen 9 en 10 Uuren, een roode melk Koe met witte plekken aan de
linker zyde, kromme hoorns en korte pooten; Die dezelve te regt brengt ten
Huize van den Ondergeteekende op Stabroek, aal een goede Belooning darvoor
Runaway from the Subscriber, a Negro Man
called John Babb, he is about 5 feet 8 inches high, is well made, and is supposed
to be harboured in Essequebo; - Whoever will apprehend said Man and deliver him
to the Subscriber, or lodge him in the Barracks, shall be handsomely Rewarded.
Runway from the Subscriber, a Negro Man
named Romeo, formerly the Property of Mr. Codine: - One Joe will be given for
lodging said Negro in the Barracks, or delivering him to
Drifted or Stolen from Mr. Neil's
Stelling, on the Night of the 8th Instant, a large copper bottom'd Ships
Launch, to which was festered a small Yawl and in the fore-end of the Launch
was a Water Butt; as also a Punt which Drifted previous to the abovenamed,
about 25 feet long and 5 feet broad. - Whoever will restore either or all three
of the abovementioned Boats, shall be handsomely Rewarded.
An Excellent American Saddle Horse, with
Saddle and Bridle compleat, to be Sold very cheap for immediate Payment.
Enquire at the Printing Office.
The Subscribers are landing and have for
Sale at their Store in LaBourgade, on the usual terms, the Cargo of Ship
Matilda, Capt. J. Davis, from Shelburn, Nova Scotia, consisting of Newfoundland
and Nova-Scotia Cod Fish in casks from 2 to 10 Quintals each, alewives,
mackarel, pork and lamp oil in barrels, bread in bags, oats in puncheons, hams,
tar, turpentine and pitch, white pine boards and plank, oak ditto, shingles,
staves, mast hoops, oats &c. &c.
List of Vessels which have Entered and Cleared from the 20th to the 27th of October 1804.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 27th day of Octr. 1804,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 27 Oct. 1804, zig in arrest bevindende
Weglopper slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And 10 New Negroes, the names of their
Printed and Published by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.