Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1804 December 22
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alzoo den Heer Samuel F. Adams
meerderjaarige Jongman gebooren binnen deeze colonie, ter eenre en Mejuffrouw
Jane R. Spencer, meerderjaarige jonge Dogter, gebooren in Barbados, ter andere
zyde. van voorneemens zyn met elkander een wetting Huwelyk aan te gaan zo als
dezelve ook reeds op den 14 deezer, voor Heeren Raaden Commissarissen uit den
Edele Achtbaare Hove van Crimineele en Civiele Justitie in Ondertrouw zyn
waaren opgenoomen. Zoo word zulks mits deezen aan elk en een iegelyk
geadverteerd, ten einde die geenen welke vermeenen zich teegens dit
voorgenoomende Huwelyk te kunnen opponeeren zulks in tyds ten doen ter plaatse
waar het [illegible] behooren.
Alle die geenen welke iets te
pretendeeren hebbe, ofte verschuldigd zyn aan den Boedel van wylen Anthony
Trigent, worden versogt daar van opgaave en betaaling te doen binnen den tyd
van Ses Weeken ter Domicilium van den Heer Richard Emmerson, in qualiteit als
Executeur Testamentair, ofte wel ter Secretary alhier, ten einde de gem: Boedel
zoo spoedig moogelyk tot Liquiditeit te brengen.
Alzo [sic] de Vrye Mistice Meyd Peggy
Cox van voorneemens is binnen den tyd van veertien Daagen deeze Colonie te
verlaaten zoo wordt zulks mits desen aan elk en een iegelyk geadverteerd, ten
einde die goenen welke iets van haar te pretendeeren hebben, of aan haar
verschuldigt zyn, hunne pretentien te koomen op en aangeeven, of hunne schulden
te Voldoen, ter haarer Domicilium, of wel ter Secretary alhier.
PUBLICK AUCTIONS. [heading]
To be Sold at Public Vendue at the House
of P. Jourdaan Esqr, formerly Occupied by Mr. Nieuwerkerk, on Tuesday the first
of Jaunary 1805 - Salt, Tar, Oznabrugs, Shoes, Ironmongery, wine of different
qualities, &c. &c.
On Wednesday the 2d of January 1805 will
be Exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders at the Store of Messrs: John Madden
& Co. Bottled Bristol Beer in tierces and barrels, brown stout in
puncheons, Hyson tea, refined sugar, mess beef in who le and half barrels,
ditto in quarter ditto of a superior quality, axes, hoes and bills, a few
Coopers and Carpenters tools, iron potts and camp ovens, nails, paints and oil,
sugar strainers, soap and candles, grindstones, Negro cloathing, damaged cotton
bagging, and what further may be exposed on the day of sale.
To be Sold at the Vendue Office by Order
of Messrs: James Reid, D. McLachlan and B. Spence, on Friday the 4th of January
1805. - The Dwelling House of the late Doctor John Hope, as it nows stands on
Plantation Herstelling; it is worth the attention of any Person in want of a
Frame. The Purchaser must remove the House as soon as possible after the Sale
from where it stands.
On Wednesdy the 16th of January 1805,
will be Exposed for Sale, to the highest bidders by order of Messrs J. W.
Bruninghaus and C. J. Rapin, as by the Honble Court of Justice appointed
Curators to the Estate and Effects of Jacob Lachtrop, that large Lot letter B.
on No. 6, with the Buildings and appertenances [sic] thereon, together with the
front Land leading to the Public road, known by letter C C with all the
Buildings thereon, situated on the front lands of Werk & Rust.
Office of Ordnance, Demerary, 22d Decr.
Mr. Baumgardt, intending to leave the Colony shortly, with permission of His Excellency the Governor, requests that all persons that have any Claims on him, will send them immediately to Mr. M. Smit, who will pay the same. Demerary, 22d Decr. 1804.
Notice, all persons having Claims
against the Estate of James Bishop, deceased, are requested to render in the same
within Two Months from this Date, no Claim made after that time will be
attended to; and those indebted to the said Estate are desired to make
immediate Payment to William Hallstead.
The Underwritten intends leaving this
Colony for North America as soon as the severity of the winter is past in that
Quarter, Solicits all those who stand Indebted to him to make Arrangements for
the Payment of their Accounts early the ensuing Year, and those who are in Arrears
for 1803 can not expect any further Indulgence, and is expected will make
immediate Payment, as all his Outstanding Accounts must be Settled the Ensuing
Month. Just landed, and for Sale at his Stable, Bridge Town, a Cargo of Young
Horses and Cows.
Voor Trinidad: - De Schoender Marie
Fransiscus, Capt. Jean Moor; zal Zeilen in Agt of Tien Daagen - Voor Vragt of
Passagie addresseere aan den Ondergetekende.
The Subscriber intending to leave this
Colony in the Ensuing Year, request all those who have any Demands against him,
to come and receive such Demands, and those indebted to him to discharge their
Accounts. All Persons whose Jewels &c. he has to repair, are requested to
take them and pay the Charges before the Month March, otherwise he will be
under the necessity to Sell those Articles upon Vendue for the repairs.
A. G. Burmeester.
FOR LIVERPOOL, [heading]
FOR BRISTOL, [heading]
The Subscriber offers for Sale his House
in Bridgtown [sic - Bridge Town], formerly occupied by Messrs Conner &
Paynter, and lately by Mrs. Frances Wilson. Terms will be made easy to an
FOR LONDON, [heading]
The Undersigned has for sale on very
Moderate terms, Old London Particular Madeira Wine, in whole and half Pipes,
Quarter Casks and by the Dozen, likewise a few firkins of Irish Rose Butter and
Lancaster Cheese. He also offers for Sale, a fast Sailing Schooner, with all
her standing and running rigging compleat, built of Colony Wood about Two Years
ago, and can take in Thirty Hogsheads of Sugar.
FOR LIVERPOOL. [heading]
FOR SALE: - The Brig Hope, Captain
Roberts, with all her Anchors, Cables, Sails, Water Casks and Stores, as she
now stands. For Particulars appyl to the Captain on board, or to
FOR SALE: - Two Commodious
Dwelling Houses, situated on the North Dam Stabroek thy are well adapted for
the Merchantile Business and will suit a large Family. Terms will be made easy
and further particulars known by application to Edward Jones, or in his
absence, to Mr. M. Campbell at the Union Coffee-House.
Notice: - Any Persons having Demands
against the Estate of the late Mr. James G. Blackhurst, decd. are requested to
render in their Accounts to the Undersigned that they may be examined. And all
Persons indebted to said Estate are desired to make immediate Payment, so as to
enable the Subscribers to bring the same to a speedy Liquidation. Peter
The Subscriber requests all who have any
Demands against the Estate of the deceased John Cristee, late of Essequebo, to
render their Accounts to him properly attested, and all who stand Indebted to
said Estate, to come forward and discharge the same, In order that his Concerns
may be brought to a speedy Liquidation.
Een fasoenlyk Man het Boekhouden en de
Nederduitsch Taal goed verstaande als meede de behandeling van Zaaken in deeze
Colonie bekend, genegen zynde zich op een Plantagie geplaats te zien, in de na
byheid van Stabroek vervoegen zich by den Ondergetekende.
Lost in the road coming from John
Jackson Esq. an Order drawn by Thomas Duym, q. q. on Messrs Bothamley &
Jackson in favour of Mr. Francis Wm. Tuckerman, and indorsed by him in blanc of
Seven Hundred and Forty Seven Guilders Whoever may find the same are requested
to deliver it to the Underwritten, as it can be of no use to no person else.
Lost, in a Casual way at the Vertibule
[sic] of the Court House, a Note of Hand of Miss E. Barzum, in favor of William
D. Boon, for 1900 Guilders, with a Citation and Plea, also other Papers
belonging to several Suits, it is suposed that those papers were taken out of
the Trunk of the Underwritten, as the decd. J. Blackhurst, has declared last
Week, that he saw some of the Papers, namely the Note of Miss E. Barzum, and
other Papers inclosed laying in a book, the Subscriber offers Three Joes to any
person who will find those Papers and return them, and as Miss E. Barzum and
also her Lawyer, the Honble F. P. van Berckel is informed of the loss of this
Note, it will be on no service to the present holder, sufficient security will
be given by the Subscriber at the Secretary's Office in behalf of Miss Barzum,
to Indemnify her for all Demands against her should said Note be presented to
her for second Payment, not doubting that she will admit the Honble Van Berckel
to pay the Underwritten the amount of her Lost note of 1500 Guilders, to which
that gentleman has been disposed to do before the Suit should have been called.
John Huiberts, acquaints his friends and the Public, that he is admitted by the Honourable Court of Justice of this River, as Solicitor to Patronize all. Cases that are to be brought to the Cognizance of the Commissary Court. He recommends himself in that Capacity to their favors. Demerary, 22d Decr. 1804.
Plantains for Sale on Plantation Meer
Zorg, West Bank of the River Demerary, between La Grange and Schoon Oord and
opposite Rome and Velserhoofd. Enquire of A. H. Walstab Administrator and
living on the Premises.
Plantains for Sale, on Plantation
Cornelia's Idea [sic] and Plantation Greenwich Park; West Sea Coast. - For
further Particulars about the Quantity and Price, apply to I. S. Masse, or
The Domicilium Citandi and Executandi of
the Subscriber, is on his Plantation, Hamburg in Rio Essequebo.
List of Vessels which have Entered and Cleared from the 15th to the 22d of December 1804.
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 22d day of December 1804,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 22 Decr. 1804, zig in arrest bevindende
Weglopper slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And 10 New Negroes, the names of their
Lyst der begraavene op het Collonie Kerkhoff van den 14 tot 20 December 1804.
Published and printed by E. J. Henery