Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1805 February 23
MILITIA ORDERS. 23d February 1805.
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
BEKENDMAAKINGEN van 't EXPLOITEURS COMPTOIR. [heading]
Dat den Ondergeschreevene St. Eerste
Exploiteur deeser Colony, op bekomene Appointctementen van Zyn Excellentie den
Heere Anthony Beaujon, Gouverneur over de Rivieren en onderhoorige Districten
van Essequebo en Demerary, ten overstaan van Heeren Raaden Commissarissen uit
den Edele Achtbare Hove van Justitie, by Executie zal opvylen en Verkoopen, ten
Raadhuyse op de Hoofdplaatse Stabroek, den 6 Maart eerstkomende: - Eerstelyk,
ten behoeve van J. Donaldson, Een Concessie Lands geleegen op de voorgrond van
Pl: Vlissengen, met 't daaropstaande Woonhuyse van inlands Hout, 1 en een halve
Verdieping hoog. lang Ca: 40 by 30 voeten, Een zygebouwen diedende voor
Combuys, en een Logie; alles aankomende R. Barnes; echter aangaande 't Land
alleenig met dat recht, dat den gee[umlaut]xecuteerde op gem: Concessie
Verkreegen heest, worden de voor niets niet ingestaan. Wyders ten behoeve van
Orr, Macrae & Co. Een halve Concessie Lands bekend onder No. 203, geleegen
op Cumingsburg, met t' daaropstaande Woonhuys lang C: 24 by 14 Voeten, 1 en 1 2
Verdieping hoog, 't Fraam gedeeltelyk Inlands, en ovrigens N.A. Hout: Een
vervallen Combuys en dito gemackhuysje.
Op Bekoome Appoinctement van zyn
Excellentie den Heer Anthony Beaujon, Gouverneur over de Colonie Rio Essequebo
en Demerary, zal den Ondergeteekende by Executie opvylen Verkopen, ten
overstaan van Heeren Raaden en Commissarissen den 18 Maart 1805, ten Raadhuyse
op de Hoofdplaatse Stabroek, 't volgende, alleeniglyk ten behoeve van Wm.
Chorley, Een halve Concessie Lands No. 27, met 't daaropstaande Woonhuys en
Combuys, Neegerhuysen, Paarde stal &c. geleegen aan de Middel Dam van
Stabroek; voorts 11 Stuk[?] Slaaven, Primo, Jeems, George, Present, Rosena,
Fanny, Flora, Rosa, en haare 3 Kinderen Charlotta, Jeems en William, en
laastelyk eenige tasels, stoelen, en meer andere Meubilaite Goederen, alles
aankomende P. Van Reyssel & Co.
EDICTALE CITATIE. [heading]
The Vendue held by A. Meertens and
Charles Vincent, Esqrs on the 19th inst. Not being closed, this is to give
notice, that the Vendue is adjourned to Wednesday the 6th of March, and
following days, when will be Exposed for sale to the Highest bidder in the
Logie of Plantation Vlissengen; an elegant assortment of furniture, 35 barrels
of prime pork, rice in tierces, temper lime, &c. &c.
On Friday the 8th of March, will be Exposed for Sale to the highest bidder at the Commandants House at the Camp; a large assortment of elegant household furniture, silver plate with kitchen utensils &c. &c.February 23d 1805. Brereton & Kingston.
On Monday the 11th of March, will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest bidder, by order of C. A. de Florimont, on
Plantation Reduit: - An elegant assortment of household furniture, consisting
of mahogany chairs, round and square tables, a complete sett of dining tables,
sophas, pictures, a side board, bedsteads, bureau and wardrobes, book cases,
tea tables, card ditto, knife cases, glass ware of every description: also,
large and small lanthorns, oil and vinegar stands, shades, &c. table
services, coffee and tea ditto, coffee and tea urns, plate ware, saddles and
bridles, harnesses, chaise in complete order, a phaeton and pair of horses, a
saddle ditto, some fine cattle and sheep, two Jack asses, very gentle and fit
for children, a large assortment of books, viz. French and Dutch dictionaries
in English, Dutch and French, a drawing box complete with drawing paper, fowling
pieces, pistols, muskets, cartridge boxes, a sword, a boat with oars and sails,
Plantation utensils, two large butts, silver table and tea spoons and waiters,
knives and forks, fish knives, &c.
On Wednesday the 13th of march will be
Exposed for Sale to the highest bidder, by order of Messrs. R. Younghusband
& Co. - Loaf sugar, tea in cannisters, hyson ditto in chests, barley and
split pease in kegs, glass and earthen ware in casks, cordage, blocks, sail
needles, palm Irons, scupper nail and pump tacks, bunting, spy glasses, coopers
marking Irons, tin ware, shoes and boots, hats, broad cloth, callicoes,
muslins, pulicat handkerchiefs, ladies stockings, pickles, sallad oil in cases
of two dozen each, curry powder, port wine, shoe and scrubing [sic] brushes,
paint and tar ditto, compasses, window glass 7 by 9 and 8 by 10 inches, half
hour and minute glasses, Iron pots, bills, hoes, lumber, empty puncheons and
quarter casks, flints, grindstones, and a variety of other articles will be
exposed on the day of Sale.
The Firm of Mourant & Delisle being
dissolved by the mutual consent of the Subscribers, all Persons having any
Demands against the said Partnership, are desired to render in their Accounts
by the 1st of March ensuing, and they will be Paid. All persons indebted to
said Firm, are requested to make immediate Payment of their Accounts, it being
the full determination of the latter to quit this Colony in a very short time,
they are under the painful necessity of assuring their Friends, that all such
Accounts as are not Settled by the 1st of April, will be Sued for without
respect to Persons. Their valuable Premises well calculated for Business of
every denomination, will be Disposed of on moderate Terms, as well as their
remaining stock on hand, and a few Domesticks.
Imported in the Ship Industry, Capt.
Kenneth M'Askill, from London, and Brig Perseverance, Capt. Philip Curtis, from
London and Madeira, and for Sale by the Subscribers: - Union Jacks, cordage,
canvas No. 1 to 7, blocks, campooses, kedge anchors, grapnels, Iron ballast,
gunpowder, shot No: 1 to 7, Irish butter, potatoes, hams, cheese, tongues,
tripe, spiced and pickled salmon, sallad oil, pickles, olives, mustard, sauces,
split pease, barley, oats, garden seeds, soap and candles, hyson tea, loaf
sugar, raisins, currants, almonds, black pepper, spices assorted, brown stout,
porter, pale ale, port wine, claret, old hock, rasberry and cherry brandy,
Jamaica rum, cogniac brandy, Madeira and malmsey wine, walnuts, Iron puncheon
and vatt hoops, rivetts, sheet lead, nails assorted, hinges, bolts, Iron pots 1
to 12 gallons, iron tea kettles, sauce pans, sod Irons, fishing hooks, sail
needles, earthen and glass ware, white lead in oil, yellow, green and blue
paint, lamp black paint, lamp and neatsfoot oil, spirits of turpentine, woolen
cloth, cotton baging [sic], negro cloathing, blankets, truss hoops, pump
leather, sadlery, cutlery, stationary, playing cards, japanned ware, umbrellas
and parasols, cotton hammocks, welsh flannel, callicoes plain and printed,
muslins, dimities, linens, checks, gloves, cotton and silk hoes, wearing
apparel, hats, shoes and boots, paving tiles, Dutch clinkers, temper and
building lime, terras &c. &c.
To be Sold for cash only: - Paints and
oil, brushes, table beer per dozen, and Madeira wine per ditto.
The Subscriber hereby Advertises, that
his Domicilium Citandi et Executandi, is on the Plantation Better Success, on
the west coast of Essequebo.
Such Gentlemen as have received
Schedules of Questions and Precepts on their own Account, or as Executors or
Attornies to Others, are requested by the Agent to the West India Commissioners
to prepare their Replies and Extracts as soon as possible. Such as have not
time to make the transcripts themselves, will be attended by the Agent for that
Notice is hereby given, that the Pilots
will keep their Office at the House of Mr. James Caple, near the Fort.
Deserted from His Majesty's Schooner
Prevost, on the Evening of Wednesday last; Six people, taking with them a
Copper bottomed Boat, Schooner rigged, with Ten Water casks. Whoever will
deliver the said Boat or casks at the Stelling of G. L. Furnace Esq. or alongside
His Majesty's Schooner Prevost, shall be handsomely rewarded; and further,
whoever shall apprehend, or cause to be apprehended the said Deserters, or any
part of them, shall Exclusive to His Majesty's Bounty for the apprehension of
Deserters, receive a Reward of Five Joes for each Man.
Runaway from Plantation Chester, west
Coast Berbice, about Three Weeks ago; a Negro Man named John Phillips, he is
middle aged, speaks good English, is middle sized and rather slight made, he
lived for many Years in the neighbourhood of Mahaica, and is supposed to be
harboured there now, as he was seen near there five days ago. A Reward of
Forty four Guilders will be given to whoever apprehends this Negro, or a former
Runaway man named Jack, a native of Barbados, marked on the breast C. by
applying at the Store of Messrs M'Inroy Sandbach & M'Bean, to Gilbert
Robertson Esq. Mahaica, or to Finlay Smith residing on the above mentioned
To Let: - A Convenient Dwelling House,
situated in front of Plantation Vlissengen, opposite the Post Office, apply to
The Undersigned on account of his bad
state of health, is under the necessity of quiting the Colony for some time,
requests all those who have any Demands against him, as well as against the
Estate of his father, to render in their Accounts on Pl. Le Reduit, in order
that they may, after having been examined and approved of, be liquidated.
For Sale or Hire, the Dwelling House with out buildings and Packhouses, that formerly belonged to P. C. Ouckama Esq. next to C. M. Overweg Esq. It is so well known that no further explanation is necessary. For particulars, apply to Messrs. Remy & Boter. Demerary, 23d February 1805.
For Sale or Hire: - A Stanch fast
sailing colony Boat, and in complete repair, Burthen from Twenty five to Thirty
Hogsheads. For further particulars, apply to the Subscriber on the American
Lost on Sunday the 10th Inst. a Gold Watch, having round the Plate a Gold Beed [sic], whereon was hanging a green silk band with a gold Key. Whoever may have found the said Watch, will receive a Generous Reward, by delivering it to the Printer of this Paper. Demerary, 23d February 1805.
Runaway from the Subscriber, on Tuesday
evening the 12th instant; a Negro Man named John, a native of Barbados, and is
a Taylor by trade, speaks very good English and Dutch, he is a red skin man,
and is called by countrymen John Orange, he is about Five Feet six inches high,
he had on when he went away, a long linen pantaloon check shirt and a blue
jacket, is very well known in all parts of this Colony, all captains of vessels
is forbid taking said negro from the Colony, and all persons are cautioned
against harbouring him, as they will be rigidly dealt with. Whoever will bring
him to the Subscriber, or lodg [sic] him in the Barracks, will be handsomely
Office of Ordnance. Demerary, 23d
List of Runaway and arrested Slaves, on this 21st day of February 1805,
in the Stocks of Demerary.
Lyst der op heden den 21 February 1805, zig in arrest bevindende
Weglopper slaaven, in Rio Demerary.
And 7 New Negroes, the names of their
Lyste der begraavene op het Collonie Kerkhoff van den 15 tot 21 February 1805.
Published and Printed by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.
Saturday, 23d February, 1805.
Printed by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.