Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1805 July 27
CAVALRY ORDERS. [heading]
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alzoo de Heeren Nicolas [sic] Heyliger
en William Herbert, van voorneemens zyn binnen den tyd van Veertien Daagen van
hier te vertrekken zo word zulks mits deezen bekend gemaakt, ten einde die
geenen, welke iets van hun te pretendeeren hebben of aan hun verschuldigd zyn,
hunne Pretensien koomen ontsangen, of hunne Schulden betaalen ter hunner
Alzo op den 25 April deses Jaars de
Firma van Biegman, Beckman en Trachten gedissolveerd is, werd by deesen Een
Ygenilyk daar in Eenigsints betrekking hebbende geinformeerd die geene dewelke
Eenige Pretentien ten lasten de gemelde Firma hebben, of daar van verschuldigt
zyn, werden versogt derzelve binnen Ses Weeken na dato deezes op te geeven, ten
Huyse van den Heer J. L. Biegman, op zyn Ed: Plantagie of ter Secretary alhier.
De Firma van Biegman en Tragten [sic] op
den 13de Juny dezes Jaars gedissolveerd zynde, word zulks by deezen bekend
gemaakt ten Eynde dat alle die geene die Eenige Pretentien mog te hebben of
Schuldig mogten zyn aan de gem: Firma zuls in Ses Weeken na dato deses op te
geeven aan J. L. Biegman op zyn Plantagie alhier ofte anders ter Secretary
BEKENDMAAKINGEN van 't EXPLOITEURS COMPTOIR. [heading]
Krachtens Authorisatie van zyn
Excellentie den Heer Gouverneur Anthony Beaujon, de dato 22 July H: A: Wordt
mits dien bekend gemaakt, dat den Ondergeteekende St. Eerste Exploiteur deezer
Colony, op Dingsdag den Sesde Augustus eerstkomende, by Executie zal Verkopen,
ten Overstaan van Heeren Raaden Commissarissen, ten Raadhuise op de
Hoofdplaatse Stabroek: - Een Neegerin genaamt Rosa, met haare drie Kinderen
Charlotte, Jeems, en William; voor en ten behoeve den Exceutant Wm. Chorley, op
en de jeegens P. Van Ryssel en Comp. Gee[umlaut]xecuteuredens. Allen de geene
die hierinne gading vinden mooge, kome ten dage en plaatse voornoemd; en welke
zig ten deese zal Opposeeren kunnen, addresseere zig by den Ondergeteekende, zo
als Stile, en gebruykelyk is.
PUBLIC AUCTIONS. [heading]
On Monday the 12th of August and
following days will be exposed for sale by order of Messrs. C. H. De Munnick
& Co. on the Concession of Mr. Engels, opposite Messrs. Bruninghaus &
Co, the following goods viz: - Broad cloths, casimiers, demities, thread, silk
ribbonds, silk, cotton and pantaloon hose, quiltings, hats, gloves, silk and
cotton handkerchiefs and shawls, callicoes, furniture, salempores,
counterpanes, osnabrugs and bagging, shoes and boots, brown holland, table
cloths, looking glasses, Stationary, Violin and Piano forte strings, playing
cards, coat buttons, brushes assorted, coffee Mills and burning irons, knives
and forks, tin, glass and earthen ware, tobacco, pipes and Raree snuff,
steelyards, smoothing irons, stock, pad, trunk and desk locks, Carpenter's,
Coopers, Ship and Millright's, Masons and Plantation tools, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 20
and 24d nails, puncheon rivits [sic] hooks and hinges, Medicines, patent
verdigrease, dry and ground in oil, white lead, yellow oker, lampblack, blue in
pots, superfine varnish, york Brown, red and orange lead, Spanish brown, paint
oil, soap, candles and tar; hyson and souchan tea, cinnamon, nutmegs, cloves,
black pepper, claret, porter, sweet oil, almonds, currants, vinegar in barrels,
salmon, split pease, cogniac brandy, bitters, and sundry other articles too
tedious to enumerate. Also a few Slaves, if not Sold by private Sale, cattle,
a Piano forte, and sundry household Furniture.
On Thursday the 15th of August will be
exposed for sale at the Orphan Chamber, sundry Carpenter and other Negroes, a
Horse, a 4 oar'd tent boat, furniture, clothes, Carpenter's tools, blocks and
tackles, a house and Carpenter's Logie, with sundry pieces of square Timber,
and sawing blocks standing on Plantation La Grange, and sold upon conditions to
remove it in 4 Weeks after the date of the Sale, and to be seen there every
day. And such other articles as shall be offered on the day of sale.
On Friday the 23d of August, will be
exposed for sale, at the Vendue Office, by order of the Honble: F. P. Van
Berckel, Fiscaal; the following arrested Slaves, now in the Colony stocks, viz:
- A Negro woman, Anna, belonging to John Ashly, confined the 21st March 1805 by
the Pioneer Bass. - A Negro, John to Sandiford, confined the 18th March, by
M'Donald of Mahaicony. - A new Negro marked A V, Owner not known, confined the
28th March by Jeffery of Mahaica.
All Persons whom the Estate of the
dec'd: William Corneliusson is indebted to, are requsted [sic] to render their
accounts to Mr. Ths. Milbourn, Executor, before the last of August, and those
indebted will please to make immediate Payment.
The Subscriber has received by late
arrivals from North America: Boards, Plank, Scantling, Clapboards, Shooks,
Heading, Beef in whole and half barrels, Pork, Mackerel, salt Fish in hogsheads
and boxes, superfine Flour, Rice, Tobacco, &c. For Sale on reasonable Terms
near the American Stelling.
The Subscriber intending to leave the
Colony, will Sell the House he resides in, the Conditions of Sale, will be made
easy to an approved Purchaser, (no part is required down). He requests those
indebted to him, to pay their Accounts, as he can give no further Indulgence.
Te Koop by Thoms. Ferdd. Wolff op de
voorgrond van Plantagie Werk & Rust, teegens Contante betaaling,
Hollandsche Cement ne Kalke.
For Bristol: - To Sail with the first
Convoy, the fine Ship Active, Joseph Silcock, Master. For Freight or passage apply
to the Master on Board, or.
The Subscribers will expose for Sale on
Monday the 5th August next, at the Logie on Plantation Vlissengen: - One
Hundred and Fifty Prime Windward Coast Slaves.
Mr. William Cummins is no more in the
To Be Lett, and may be entered into in
the course of next Month: - The House at present occupied by Mr. M. Hoppe, next
to that of Messrs: Brummell & Heyliger; well adopted for Merchantile [sic]
Business &c. - Enquire of the Printer.
Runaway a Carpenter Boy named Fortune,
was formerly the Property of Dr. Beckerts. - Whoever will lodge him in the
Barracks or bring him to the Printer shall be handsomely rewarded.
Picked Up, on the first Island in this
River, on the 11th Instant, a 4 oar'd Boat, with Iron stancheon to support the
FOR SALE [heading]
Notice, to whom these few lines may
concern: I am now oblidg'd [sic] to appeal for the assistance of my just
Labour, which have been in some Gentlemen's hands from the Year of 1799, to
this present, my Creditors is prevailing on me for a Just settlement which I
acknowledge they are not oblidg'd [sic] to consider my situation; I therefore
intreat my Creditors for a little more Indulgence, as I mean to be honest
having not any thing to put as a Security but no thoughts to abscond.
Drifted from the Stelling of Messrs
Bruninghaus & Co. an American Built Yawl, pulls four oars, she has an Iron
clamp fixed to the fore-thawt for a Mast, is almost new and painted black and
yellow inside. Whoever will deliver her to the Subscriber, or give
information where she can be found, shall be handsomely rewarded. Van Braam.
Picked Up on Board the Ship Enterprise
Two small Boats: - The Owners may have them by applying on Board said Vessel
and Paying the Expences.
List of Vessels Entered and Cleared from the 20th to the 27th July 1805
[No List of Runaway and Arrested Slaves]
Published and Printed by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.