Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1805 July 13


Ao. 1805 )


Essequebo and Demerary


( No. 133.

Saturday, the 13th of July.

BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]

Alzoo den Heer William Till van voorneemens is binnen de tyd van veertien dagen van hier te vertrekken, zo word zulks mits deezen bekend gemaakt, ten einde die geenen, welke iets van hem te pretendeeren hebben of aan hem verschuldigd zyn, hunne Pretentien koomen ontsangen, of hunne Schulden betaalen ter zyner Domicilium.
Actum ter Secretary van Rio Demerary, dezen 13de July 1805.
In Kennisse van my J. C. Stadtman, gezw. Clercq.


On Wednesday the 17th Instant, will be exposed for sale to the highest Bidders, by order of of [sic] B. Teyssen and J. Stadtman Esquires, Trustees to the abanadon'd Estate of P. C. J. Van Reyssel: claret and Madeira wine, gin, brandy, table cloths, Ladies wearing Apparel, Gold and Silver trinckets, spermecite candles &c.
July 13th 1805. Brereton & Kingston.

On Tuesday the 30th Instant will be exposed for sale to the highest Bidders, at the Store of Paul Smith Esqr, Prime beef in whole and half barrels, Ship bread in barrels, Porter and Beer, Peas and Barley, Japan and Tin ware, cotton bagging, Saddles, Stationary, Tar, &c. &c.
July 13th 1805. Brereton & Kingston.


The Copartnership of G. I. Goppy & Co. is this day Dissolved.
Demerary, 13th July 1805.

Just Imported in the Brig Two Friends, John Dale, from London, and for Sale by the Subscribers: - Bricks and Lime, Iron Boilers 60 to 200 gallons, grating bars, skimmers and ladles, boiling house lamps, sheet copper do. lead, anchors and grapnels, iron hoops, hoes, shovels, cutlasses, pruning knives, chamber and door locks, whip and cross cut saws, Carpenters and Coopers tools, wine and beer cocks, nails 6d to 5 inch spikes, and a general assortment of Ironmongerey; elegant mahogany side boards, setts of dining tables, card and pembrook ditto, elegant sophas, bedsteads with matrasses, musqueto netts &c compleat, mahogany cellaretts, wash stands, dressing glasses, writing desks, night and cherry tree chairs, backgammon boxes, fashionable Gigs with harness compleat, Gibson's saddles, bridles, whips, spurs &c. blue and black broad cloths and cassimere, green cloths for tables, fine flannel, Negro clothing, do. blankets, oznabrugs, boat cloaks, canvas No. 1 to 6, boat cables, cordage from 9 thread ratline to 4 and a half inch rope, 2 inch white rope, deep sea lines, sewing, sein nad whipping twine, pump leather, Russia and Irish sheeting, irish linens, cotton shirting, diaper, long lawns, French cambric, huckaback, Brittannias, D'Oyles, white nankeen, salempores, checks, corded and India dimity, counterpanes, Manchester cords and thicksetts, white Marsailles quilting, elegant muslins, printed calicoes, Ladies and Gentlemens cotton, thread and silk stockings, a fashionable assortment of Gentlemens wearing apparel, boots and shoes, Ladies and Gentlemens silk hats, Gentlemens beaver ditto, umbrellas and parasols, bottled porter & Pale ale, brown stout and beer in barrels, cyder in jugs, pickled tongues and sausages in firkins, spiced salmon, tripe, lyn finh, hams, cheese, potatoes, sago, Medicines, garden seaeds, Perfumery, a large assortment of Stationary, portmantuas, traveling trunks, red gilt ditto, Fowling Peices [sic], Musquets with accoutrements compleat, Hangers, gun powder and shot, paints and paint oil, neatsfoot ditto, spirits turpentien; vinegar, sallad oil, fish sauces, pickles, mustard, starch and blue, basket salt, split peas, pearl and Scotch barley, white bread in kegs; Poland oats, soap and candles, tallow in firkins; painted tin shower baths, a large assortment of tin ware; elegant setts Tea Equipage, compleat setts Dining and Breakfast ware; handsome cut and plain glass ware, &c.
Also best quality Madeira Wine in Pipes, Hogsheads and Quarter Casks, imported in the Brig Preseverance.
Demerary, 3th July 1805. Cornfoot, Bell & Co.

Just Imported and for sale, by the Subscriber, on Board the Ship Diana, from London, viz: Building lime in hogsheads, marble do in kegs, oats in puncheons, white lead in kegs, paints in do, paint oil in jugs, hams in puncheons, tongue in kegs, ready-made Clothes, refin'd sugar in puncheons, boots and shoes, silk and other hats, umbrellas, bottle porter in puncheons, Negro pipes in boxes, claret in cases of 4 dozen each, nails in kegs, iron hoops, wood do, cotton bagging, bleached sail Cloath, tallow in kegs, coals in hogsheads, Irish Linens, chairs of all kinds & port wine.
John Hayman.
N.B. The coppered Ship Diana, will sail with the first Convoy for London. - For Freight or Passage, please apply to the Captain on Board or at the Union Coffee House.
Demerary, 13th July 1805.

FOR LONDON [heading]
The fine fast Sailing Brig Two Friends, John Dale Master, will Possitively [sic] Sail with the first Convoy. - For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain on Board, or.
Demerary, 13th July 1805. Cornfoot, Bell & Co.

The Underwritten having brought to a close the arduous and complex Business, on which he was lately employed; begs permission to inform his Friends, and those that desire to have their Papers and Concerns arranged and liquidated, that he will be happy to offer assistance. The same perseverance and unremitting assiudity he will again exert; and for his qualifications can refer to Characters of the first respectablity.
Pln. Bel Air, 13th July 1805. Jas. Greenwood.

Den Ondergeteekende maakt by deezen bekent aan de Eigenaaren van Concessien in 't Canaal No. 1, Rio Demerary, of die dezelven Representeeren, dat op Eene belegde en gehouden Comparitie den 8 deezer, met algemeene Stemmen in des Ondergeteekendes Plaats, tot Commissaris van gemelde Canaal is benoemde de Heer Francois De Ridder, woonende op Plantagie Lust en Rust, in gemelde Canaal.
den 13 July 1805. G. M. De Haart.

Word uyt de hand te Koop gepresenteerd een Schoender Boot met desselfs Mast, Zeyl en Touwerk, gebouwd in Rio Essequebo en gemaakt van Sirowoballe Hout, lang 28 Voeten en breed naar Proportie, zynde zeer geschikt voor een Coffy of Cattoen Planter: - Addres by den Ondergeteekende den Huyzen van den Heer I. L. Eils.
Demerary den 13 July 1805. F. I. Huesteeg.

Drifted, last Week, from the Trench of Pln. Young Rachel, in Demerary River, a six Oar'd Tent Boat built of Colony wood, is leaky and much in want of Caulking and Painting: - A reward will be given to any Person giving information to the Subscriber where she may be found.
Demerary, 13th July 1805. Jas. Reid.

Picked Up a few days ago, on Plantation Good Success, a small four Oar'd Punt: - Any Person Claiming the same as their Property, and Paying for this Advertisement, can have it by applying to the Subscriber on said Estate.
Demerary, 13th July 1805. C. Smith.

The Subscribers are respectfully informed the Fourth Performance will take place on Saturday next July 20th, when a GRAND CONCERT will be Performed: In which will be introduced a New Battle Piece for the full Orchestra.
To Begin at half past Six o'Clock.
Demerary, 13th July 1805.

Captain Waterman, of Ship Enterprize, having half a Cargo on Board and more Engaged will Sail with the next convoy for London: - Will be thankfol to Gentlemen who may have Produce to Ship, for their Favors. - Apply to the Captain at Wm. Hallstead & Co's. Store or on Board.
Demerary, 13th July 1805.

Absented, from the Subscriber, about two Weeks ago, a Yellow skin Boy named Leven, formerly the Property of John Hopkinson, Esqr. Arrested and Sold by the Hble: Fiscaal, at Public Auction and Bought by the Subscriber: - A Joe reward will be given to any Person that will either bring him to me, or lodge him in the Barracks.
Demerary, 13th July 1805. James Withers.

List of Vessels Entered and Cleared from the 6th to the 13th July 1805

8th Schooner Johnston, Capt. Thomas G. Amis, from Antigua.
9th Schooner Fame, Capt. James Lawson, from Barbados.
9th Brig John Adams, Capt. Sam Woodman, from Portsmouth.
10th Brig Two Friends, Capt. John Dale, from London.
10th Ship Diana, Capt, John Hayman, from London.
13th Brig Hope, Capt. D. Furgusson, from London.
13th Brig King's Mill, Capt. John Smith, from London.
13th Bark Jane, Capt. M. Pool, from Portland.
13th Ship Trio, Capt. J. Baily, from London.

8th Schooner Ariel, Capt. Ebenezer Cooley, for St. Thomas.
8th Schooner Harriet, Capt. David Young, for Norfolk.
9th Schooner Bella, Capt. N. N. Vaughan, for St. Croix.
10th Ship Grenada, Capt. James Duke, for London.
10th Ship Sarah, Capt. John M'Clune, for Liverpool.
10th Ship Elbe, Capt. Charles Downie, for Liverpool.
10th Schooner Gingle, Capt. Thomas Funch, for Grenada.
11th Ship Pomona, Capt. John Bienvenu, for London.
11th Ship Admiral Nelson, Capt. Richd. Davidson, for Liverpool.
12th Brig Sarah, Capt. C. Van Dyk, for London.
12th Brig Samuel, Capt. Thomas Little, for Greenock.
12th Sloop Gipsey, Capt. John Stodart, for Greenock.

List of Runaway and Arrested Slaves, on this 11th day of July 1805,

in the Stocks of Demerary.

Lyst der op heden den 11de July 1805, zig in Arrest bevindende

Weglopper Slaaven, in Rio Demerary.



By whom brought.





John Ashly.

Pionier Baas.


Sandiford in Essquebo.

Mac Donal.






Mac Pharson.


R. Douglas, in Berbice.

Ridly en Dodson.




Succes. [sic]

Levi Hart, in Suriname.

Capt. Falconer.


Simon Fraser, in Berb.



Colonie Berbice.





Jacob, Mulat.

Cooper, q.q.

Kent en Leslie.



J. Samson.



Order Fiscaal.


A. Smith.

Gerechts Dienaars.





Wolff in Suriname.



N. Jacobs.

John Lucke.

And 5 New Negroes, the names of their Owners unknown.
Voorts 5 Nieuwe Negers, waarvan men de naamen der Eygenaaren niet kan ontwaaar worden
J. Runnels, Drossaart

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