Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1805 September 14


Ao. 1805 )


Essequebo and Demerary


( No. 142.

Saturday, the 14th of September.

BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]

Alzo de Heeren George J. Furnace, John Barton, Henry Whitney en Stephan Tavernier, van voorneemens zyn binnen den tyd van Veertien Daagen deeze Colonie te Verlaaten; zoo wordt zulks mits deezen aan elk en een eigelyk geadverteerd, ten einde die geenen welke iets te Pretendeeren hebben van, of aan dezelve Verschuldigd zyn, zulks te koomen Voldoen, in iets van hem hebbende te pretendeeren zulks op en aan te geeven ter zyner Domicilium, of wel ter Secretary alhier.
Actum ter Secretary, van Rio Demerary deezen 12e September 1805.
In Kennisse van my J. C. Stadtman, gezw. Clercq.

Alzo den Heer J. C. Van Eeten, tot retablissement zyner gezondheid, genoodeaakt is voor eenige tyd deeze Colonie te Verlaaten, adverteerd by een iegelyk die iets aan hem verschuldigd is, zulks te koomen voldoen, en iets van hem hebbende te pretendeeren zulks op en aan te geeven ter zyner Domicilium, also zyn Ed: binnen Twee Weeken van voorneemens is te vertrekken.
Actum ter Secretary van Rio Demerary, dezen 13e September 1805.
In Kennisse van my J. C. Stadtman, gezw. Clercq.

Also Mevrouw [Mrs.] D. R. Luder, geb: Warry, en Mejuffrouw [Miss] A. M. Luder, van Voorneemens zyn, binnen den tyd van Veertien daagen deeze Colonie te Verlaaten, adverteeren zy een ieglyk die iets aan hun Verschuldigd is, zulks te koomen Voldoen en iets van hun hebbende te pretendeeren, zulks op en aan te geeven ter hunner Domicilium ofte wel ter Secretary alhier.
Actum ter Secretary van Rio Demerary den 13e September 1805.
In kennisse van my J. C. Stadtman, Gezw. Clercq.


Onbekoomene Authorisatie, zal den Ondergetekende ten Raad-huise op de Hoofdplaatse Stabroek by Executie Verkoopen, op Maandag den 16 September aanstaande, ten overstaan van Heeren Raaden Commissarissen, en den Secretaris, ten behoeve van de nu Wylen weduwe Dalle; - Een Concessie met de daaropstaande Gebouwen op Cumingsburg, aankomende J. Slorah, en thans door den zelvs bewoond; - Alle de geene die daarin gading vinden mooge, komen ten dage en plaatse voornoemd, en doen hun Profyt; en voorts die teegens deese Verkoop zal opposeeren kunnen adresseere [sic] zig by den Ondergeteekende in geschrifte, als Wanneer by deselve als opposant Onstangen, en ten daagen van Rechten beleggen zal Sub poena van vestek en Eeuwig Stilswygen.
Actum in Rio Demerary, den 13 September 1805.
Marts. Smit, St. Eeerste Exploiteur.


On Tuesday next the 17th Instant will be exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders, by order and at the Store of Mr. W. Hallstead: a few pipes of old port wine, claret in cases of two Dozen each, old Rum in kegs of about 10 gallons each, and sundry other articles of Merchandize &c.
September 14th 1805. Brereton & Kingston.

On Saturday the 21st instant will be exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders, by order of Robert Younghusband Esqr.; that well known House and side Buildings in New Town, at present occupied by himself, the Buildings in good order and lately gone through a thorough Repair: - The Terms of Payment will be made known on the day of sale
14th September 1805. Brereton & Kingston.

On Monday the 23d instant will be exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders, by order of O. I. Laurin Esqr at his house on Werk & Rust: Oats in puncheons, fish in boxes, beef, soap, barley, nails, paints and paint oil and a variety of dry Goods; also a very handsome Saddle Horse, a chaise and elegant plated harness.
Brereton & Kingston.

On Monday the 7th of October next, will be exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders, by order of Mr. I. L. Biegman: the quarter Lott No. 10, with a New spacious Dwelling House thereon, situated on the Brick-Dam, next to that of F. Butteweg Esqr. also a Sloop Boat 26 feet Keel, in complete repair: - The Premises will be shewn on application to F. Butteweg Esqr.
Brereton & Kingston.

On Wednesday the 2d of October next, will be Sold at the Orphan Office; sundry very Valuable Carpenter & other Negroes, Carpenters tools, 2 Punts, wearing apparel, and what will be offered further on the day of Sale.
N.B: The Negroes will be offered for Sale precisely at 12 o'Clock.
Brereton & Kingston.


The Undersigned being appointed Agent to the Phoenix Assurance Company, London, for these Colonies, gives Notice that agreeable to the Printed Proposals, which may be seen at the House of Mr. Edward Jones, Stabroek, he is ready to grant Policies of Insurance on houses, Buildings, Merchandize, &c. from Loss or Damage by Fire. Those who are wishfull of knowing further Particulars, will please apply as above.
Robert Kingston.
Demerary, 14th September 1805.

NOTICE. [heading]
The Commissaries of Cumingsburg, appointed by the Publication of the Honble: Court of Policy, of the 29th of August 1804, for the purpose of Collecting a Tax thereby laid on the Lots and Buildings of Cumingsburg, for the special purpose of Defraying the Expences of a New Front-Dam, hereby give Notice that they will attend at the House of Mr. John Jackson in the said Town on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, next Week, from the Hours of 9 to 2 o'Clock, for the purpose of receiving the said Taxes; and on Saturday following they will set at the same place to Pay off the Demands for making the said New Dams, as far as the Assets received by them will go, and the parties Interested are requested to attend accordingly.
Cumingsburg, 9th September 1805.

Just Imported by the Subscribers in the Ship Fanny, Captain Graham, from Liverpool, and several other late Arrivals, a Fresh and General Assortment of valuable Medicines, which they are Selling at their Store in the New Town near the Coffee-House at reduced Prices for Cash.
Gifford L. Davis & Co.
Demerary, 14th September 1805.

The Subscriber informs all those whom it may concern, that during his absence from the Colony to Europe on particular Business, that Anthony Osborne Esqr. has accepted the Management of his affairs. All Persons having Demands against him on private Account, or against his Plantation Georgia, will be settled with by Mr. Osborne as they become due, as soon as possible.
Stabroek, 14th September 1805. G. J. Furnace.

The Subscriber being desirous of disposing of the whole of his Stock of Goods, will Sell to approved Purchasers any amount, but not under f 620 at the first Cost here, Payable by Note of hand in six Months with Interest from the date. He also offers for Sale, his House and Lott on front of Werk & Rust, the Situation of which for Business is well known; a Credit of three Years will be given; the Purchaser procuring two approved Securities joint with him, and the Sums to be Paid at the different periods will be made agreeable to the Purchaser: - Further
Particulars may be known by application to
Demerary, 14th September 1805. Jos. Ward.

John Madden & Co. have for Sale a remarkable Neat New Gig, and a handsome second hand Curricle with Harness complete; both of which will be Sold cheap.
Demerary, 14th September 1805

John Barton having Returned again to the Colony, takes this opportunity of Notifying in the Gazette to those whom have heard of a Report prevailing in this Colony disrespectfully to his Offspring that he has full sufficient documents to convince to the cantrary [sic], and can give References in this Colony: - He leavs [sic] the Colony in two Weeks, or as soon as a Convenient opportunity offers for America.
Demerary, 14th September 1805.

For Sale: - A Fine Healthy Negro, about 18 Years of Age, near 16 of which he has been in the Colony: He is an Intelligent Boy and would make a good Michanic [sic], but his Employment has been principally in the situation of Butler, in which he has acquitted himself very well: - For Further Particulars Enquire of the Printer.
Demerary, 14th September 1805.

For Sale: - A Negro Woman about 35 Years of Age; she is strong and healthy, a complete Washer, Ironer and Sempstress, and understands the Art and Science of Cookery in all its various Branches. The Intention of the present Owner to leave the Colony soon is the cause of her being offered for Sale; For further Particulars enquire of the Printer.
Demerary, 14th September 1805.

Drifted, or Stolen, last Saturday Night, a small American Built Boat, about 12 feet long, new: - One Joe will be given upon her being returned to
Demerary, 14th September 1805. John Clapham.

Runaway from the Subscriber, a Carpenter Negro named York, of the Congo Nation, speaks good English, stands about 5 feet 6 inches high: - Whoever will lodge him in the Barracks, or deliver him to the Underwritten, will be handsomely rewarded.
Stabroek, 14th September 1805. Edwd. Wilkinson.

The Subscriber wants about Eighty, to an Hundred Bales of Cotton, on Freight, for the Ship William, William Thompson, Master, who will possitively [sic] Sail with the October Convoy, for Liverpool; and will feel himself much obliged to any Gentlemen, Shippers to the said Port, who will assist him to complete the loading of the above Vessel.
Demerary, 14th September 1805. C. D. Forrester.

The Subscriber has for sale, Irish mess beef and pork in tierces and barrels, new superfine flour, pearl barley, sago, spices, vinegar in jugs &c. also canvas, cordage, nails, Carpenters tools, Queen's ware, and a few articles of Dry Goods.
Demerary, 14th September 1805. C. D. Forrester.

Lost, from Plantation Best on Tuesday the 3d Instant, a four Oar'd Boat, copper bottom painted yellow on the out-side and blue in side [sic] Brand mark on the Stern J. Beete, Best: - Whoever will give Information of the said Boat, and where she may be found, will be rewarded for thir [sic] Trouble.
Demerary, 14th September 1805.

A Stout healthy look'd Negro Man, Named Lewis, absented himself from the service of his Owner last Week; he speaks little English and is Marked on one of his Shoulders I. M. Any Person apprehending the said Negro will receive a Joe reward for lodging him in the Barracks of Stabroek, or bringing him to the Printing-Office.
Stabroek, 14th September 1805.

NOTICE. [heading]
All Persons having any Demands against the Estate of the late Thomas Shaw, dec'd, are requested to render the same properly attested to Mr. Wm. Riley Stabroek, or the Subscribers in Berbice; and all those indebted to the said Estate, to come forward on, or before the 1st of December next, and discharge the same, so as to bring the Estate to an Elequidation [sic].
Wm. Till; for self and
Demerary, 14th September 1805. T. H. Shaw q.q.

Notice is hereby given that the Subscribers have chosen their Domicilium Citandi et Executandi, at the House of P. Verbeke Esqr. in the New Town.
Demerary, 14th September 1805. P. & S. Massiah.

Picked-Up at Sea, a four oar'd Yawl, the Owner may have her by proving their Property and Paying the charges by applying to
Demerary, 14th September 1805. C. I. Borner.

Whereas by the decease of Mr. Daniel Duncan, on the 26th of August last, the Copartnership in the Carpenter's line under the Firm of Cline & Duncan is dissolved; also by mutual consent of the Parties the Copartnership in the Sawing Business under the Firm of Labee & Co. has been dissolved on the 30th of April past: - It is requested by the first Subscriber, in his privy as well as remaining Partner of the Firm of Cline & Duncan, and for the said Firm in the Sawing Business, likewise in quality as now by resignment of the second Subscriber, only Executor by Will of the deceased Duncan's Estate, that all Persons who are indebted either to both Firms, to the deceased or to himself, will come forward with Payment, within the space of Six Weeks from the date hereof, at his Domicilium on the Front Land of Plantation Werk & Rust: - Also those that have Demands against him, in all the aforesaid Concerns, will render in their Accounts for Settlement, to enable him to bring the Estate of the deceased to a speedy Liquidation.
N. Cline.
Lundd. Labee.
N.B: - N. Cline will Continue the Carpenter's Business as before, and will be thankfull for all recommendations in that line as usual.

The Vendue Master Advertises that on Friday the 27th Instant, will be exposed for sale by Public Vendue, by order of Wm. M'Bean Esqr as Executor to J. W. Pauli, dec'd, on the Pln. Kaap Batavia on the West Coast; - House hold Furniture, cattle, a few sheep, horses, chaises, &c. &c.
Demerary, 14th Septr. 1805. Th. Duim, dep: V.Mr.

List of Vessels Entered and Cleared from the 7th to the 14th of September 1805.

9th Sloop Hebe, Captain R. Strickland, from Surinam.
10th Schr. Gingle, Capt. Th. Funch, from Grenada.
10th Brig Betsy, Capt. Jos. Brogdon, from York.
10th Schr. Phoebe, Capt. Th. Rawleigh, from St. John.

9th Brig Montpelier, Capt. R. S. Tibbetts, for Boston.
9th Brig Hitty, Capt. Seth Walker, for St. Thomas.
14th Sloop Hebe, Capt. R. Strickland, for Barbados.

[List of Runaway and Arrested Slaves – no photocopy made for transcription]

Published and Printed by E. J. Henery, Stabroek.


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