Essequebo and Demerary Gazette 1805 November 09
GENERAL MILITIA ORDERS. [heading]
8th NOVVEMBER [sic] 1805. [heading]
The following are the late Appointments
lately made in the Demerary Burgher Militia.
BEKENDMAAKINGEN, Van de Secretary. [heading]
Alzoo de Heeren Cornelius Marquis en Wm.
T. Bycraft, van voornemens zyn binnen den tyd van Veertien Daagen van hier te
Vertrecken, zo word zulks mits deezen bekend gemakt, ten einde die geenen,
welke iets van hun te pretendeeren hebben, of aan hun verschuldigd zyn, hunne
Pretensien komen ontsangen, of hunne Schulden betaalen ter zyner Domicilium.
BEKENDMAAKINGEN van 't EXPLOITEURS COMPTOIR. [heading]
Word Uit Naam en van weegens John Reid
en Robert Stephenson, in qualliteit als Executeuren Testamentair ten Boedel
wylen Elizabeth Mackenna, voor de Vierde en laatste maal Exsuperabundantie
EDICTAALE CITATIE. [heading]
[P. C. Mickerts and Wm. Stoel of 25 October 1805 – not recorded here or previously – could be a second or third citation]
PUBLIC AUCTIONS. [heading]
To Be Sold, on Tuesday and Wednesday the
12th and 13th Instant to the highest Bidders, at the house of Messrs: McDonald,
Halket & Co. a Variety of Dry Goods and Provisions.
On Monday the 18th Instant will be
exposed for Sale to the highest Bidders, at the Sore [sic] of F. C. Engels
Esqr, on the Front of Pln. Werk & Rust, by order of Messrs. C. H. De
Munnick & Co.: - Medicines, Varnish, turpentine, nails, sago, paints,
boots, Ladies and Childrens shoes, balck lead, cinnamon, Carpenter and Coopers
tools, Men and Women's silk stockings, kersimeres, a table service, whips, tea,
trunk and box locks, steelyards, scales and balances, saws, hoes, cutlasses,
cooking irons, scrapers, door hinges, stay-barrs, tin ware, paper for music, Dutch
tobacco, black peper, claret, rhenish wine, Seltzer water, buttons, silk
handkerchiefs; Also Negroes, furniture and a variety of dry goods.
For Sale on Friday the 29th Instant, at
the Vendue Office, by Public Auction, by order of Alex. Reith & Robt.
Stephenson Esqrs, Executors to the Estate of Rd. Porter dec'd: and Js. Kenyon;
that unfinished House, adjoining Bridge Town Stelling, 50 feet long by 20 wide,
2 storie high the frame of Green hart, covered with Wallaba shingles, a side
Building 40 feet by 12 feet wide, both on a Platform, 50 feet by 55: - This
Property is a most Eligible stand for Business, and has the advantage of a
vacant Lott behind 60 feet by 50, that would be an excellent Lumber Yard.
Miss Downie begs leave to inform the
Ladies of these Colonies, that she has received per the Cumberland and Hannah,
from London, an Elegant assortment of Dresses and Millenery, straw Bonnets,
Flowers, Beads, Trimmings, Thread-Laces, plain and figured Saisnets, Persians,
Gloves, and Ribbons, &c.
Hams, Tongues, chees, Bristol tripe,
olives, spices assorted, bloom raisins and currants in jars and boxes, white
wine vinegar, Durham mustard, beer, ale and porter in casks of two dozen each,
oats in puncheons, Staffordshire Ware in hogsheads, canvass, cordage, nails,
locks and hinges &c. &c. imported in the late Fleet from London may be
Purchased at the Store of the Subscriber.
Den Ondergeteekende Praesenteerd zyn
Huys te Huur of te Koop: - de Condite, aldaar te Verneemen
Just Imported in the Ship Hannah, Capt.
Brown, from London, and for Sale by the Subscribers: - Mess beef in barrels,
Tripe in kegs, Refined Ssugar, split pease, small beer in tierces, bottled and
Draft porter, old hock, Scotch and pearl barley, fine and coarse Irish linen,
white and brown Platillas, Russia and Irish sheeting, checks, salempores, Long
lawn, Pocket handkerchiefs, marsailles waistcoating, cotton cambrick, Furniture
chints, Diaper towelling and table cloths, Gentlemen's and Ladies stockings,
Drogheda linen, Gentlemen's and Ladies saddles and bridles, small mattrasses,
fine Flannel, Negro cloathing, Romal handkercheifs, Gentlemen's fashionable
ready made cloaths, flannel jackets, Patent silk Hats, boots and shoes, glass
ware assorted, Stationary, canvas, cables, cordage from 1and a half to 4 Inch,
50, 60, and 70 gallon Iron boilers, grating barars, 6, 8, 10, 20 and 30d nails,
Iron handle cutlasses, Trenching shovels, hoes, felling axes, locks, hinges,
grid Irons frying pans, tea kettles, handsaws, pump tacks, Carpenters &
Coopers tools, sein and sewing twine, Gun powder and shott, paints and paint
oil, Neatsfoot oil, spirits Turpentine, sheet lead &c. &c.
Just Imported and for Sale by the
Undersigned at moderate Prices, for immediate Payment: - Fine and coarse Irish
linen, do sheeting, Diaper, Dowlas, Brittanias, Platillas, salemporse,
oznabrugs, real Inverness cotton and coffee bagging, ready made coffee bags,
Negro clothing, superfine Bombazeen, black India cambrick, border'd cambrick
handkercheifs, Gentlemen's nankeen trowsers, silk umbrellas, a general
assortment of fashionable jewelry, fashionable double gilt coat buttons, vat
hoops and rivets, Carpenters tools, and a variety of other articles.
To Be Sold: - A Negro Woman, who is an
Excellent Washer and Ironer, and a very good Seamstress, with her Child, a
Girl, about two Years Old. - Apply to the Subscriber.
For Sale, by Edward Latham: - Three Boat
Negroes, who are acquainted with the Navigation of these Colonies, they are not
offered for Sale for any Faults, but for the Discharge of some Pressing
Demands: - Reasonable Terms will be Granted for the Payment in Cash or Produce.
Just Imported in the Ship Cumberland,
Capt. Langley, from London, and for Sale by the Subscribers: - Copper Teaches,
50, to 80 gallons, Iron Boilers, Grating Barrs, Iron Hoops, Iron Potts, nails,
Anchors and Grapnels, sheet Lead, Cordage, white rope, one and a half and 2
inch; Negro Clothing, Blankets, Oznabrugs, checks, Irish sheeting and Linens,
Long Lawns, cambricks, cotton shirting, counterpanes, white and brown Russia
sheeting, Huckaback, salempores, india chintses, Madrass handkerchiefs, Negro
do, white and yellow Nankeens, black crape, bombazeen, an assortment of
Gentlemen's fashionable wearing Apparel, blue and black cloths, and kersimers,
bots and shoes, silk, thread, and cotton stockings, flannel, flannel jacets,
and dressing Gowns, Boat cloaks, Irish linen, stripe and check shirts, Duck
frocks and trowsers, umbrellas, and assortment of Stationary; split pease,
Scotch and pearl barley in kegs, soap, blocks, wood hoops, white lead, yellow,
red, green and black paint in kegs, paint and Neatsfoot oil in jugs, spirits
The Subscribers have imported in the
Ship Receive, from North America: - A Choice Cargo of White Pine Lumber, which
they are Selling very reasonable for immediate Payment.
The Subscribers have just Imported, and
for Sale at their Store in the New Town: - Irish mess beef in whole and half
barrels, tongues in half barrels, New rose butter, hams, tea, refined sugar,
sago, mixed spices, Gentlemen's patent silk and beaver hats, Gentlemen's and
Ladies gloves, cotton hose, white lead, brown and yellow paint, paint and lamp
oil in jugs, fine and coarse Irish linen and sheeting, white and brown Russia
sheeting, cotton shirting, dowlas, diaper, table cloths, corded dimity, checks,
salempores, printed and white calicoes, do cambricks and chintses, India and
laced worked muslins, fashionable silk shambrays, nuns and colour'd thread,
matrasses, cotton bagging, white and brown sail canvas, cordage assorted, white
rope, nails assorted, Negro clothing &c.
Just Imported and for Sale by the
Subscriber, at his Store on Werk & Rust, opposite the Receiver's Office,
for Cash at moderate Prices: - An assortment of paints and paint oil, loaf
sugar, hyson and gun powder tea, sallad oil, mustard, best vinegar, pepper,
split pease, perl barley, iron pots, shoes, Gentlemen's hats, Irish linens,
handkerchiefs, and a variety of other Dry Goods.
The Subscriber informs his Friends, that
he has been appointed by the Honble: Court of Police of the Colonies of
Essequebo and Demerary, as sworn Interpretor, in several Languages; likewise
sworn Book Keeper, having Resided in this Country twenty odd Years, he flatters
himself to have acquired sufficient Knowledge of the local manner in which the
Business of the above Branches is performed should any Gentleman be inclined to
send their Affairs of dec'd: or other Persons under his Directions, requests to
be sent to his Lodgings at the House of Mr. H. C. Evertsz, Stabroek:
N. Rousselet's most Respectful Compliments
to his Clients, Creditors and Debtors, has the Pleasure to inform them, that at
last he is removed to the Plantation Meerzorg, next Des Granges Estate, by
Advice and Consent of his Doctors, for the purpose to obtain by a fresh and
pure Air, good Diet, and an easy Mind, not to be Disturbed by Vexation &c.
&c. His Health which he has lost by his late Illness, he will attend
nevertheless on Tuesday and every day at his house in Stabroek, from 9 in the
Morning, 'till 2 o'Clock in the Afternoon, to return his Clients the Papers of
Law Suits already closed, to Pay those he owes, and to receive Payment from
those who owe him: - He Declines from this date to Accept any Business what
soever, and offers to Lett his House and Concession No. 40 in Stabroek, after
it is Finished.
Charles Birket informs the Public, that his Domicilium Citandi, et Executandi, is at the House of Mr. Gidney Howard, in Cumingsburg. Mahaica, 9th November 1805.
For Sale, by the Subscriber on Werk
& Rust, a Quantity superfine [sic – no preposition between words]
Irish Butter, at f 88 Cash, Just Arrived from Barbados, with Capt. Greenidge.
Runaway from the Subscriber, a Negro Man
named Harry, about 5 geet 8 inches high, stout made, by Trade a Carpenter, and
of the Mandingo Nation: - a Reward of Five Joes will be given to any Person who
will apprehend and deliver the said Negro to the Subscriber, or lodge him in
the Barracks. All Masters of vessels are Cautioned against carrying him off
the Colony, and all Persons from Harbouring or Employing him, under pain of
being dealt with according to Law. He has been absent for some time past.
Runaway from the Subscriber, a Negro Man
named Donis, a Carpenter by Trade, he is of the Congo Nation, and is supposed
to be Harboured about Plantation Providence: - Whoever shall either lodge him
in the Barracks, or bring him to the Subscriber shall be handsomely rewarded.
By Permission of His Excellency the
Governor of these Colonies. [heading]
List of Vessels Entered and Cleared from the 2d to the 9th of November 1805.
[No List of Runaway and Arrested Slaves]
Printed and Published by E. J. Henery & Co., Stabroek.