Ao. 1806 )
Essequebo and Demerary
( No. 160.
Saturday, the 18th of January.
FROM THE SECRETARY'S OFFICE.
The Co-partnership between the Hon. F.
P. Van Berckel, LL.D. and H. Cantzlaar, Esq. J.Z., Attorney at Law, having been
dissolved on the 31st of December last, in consequence of the latter
gentleman's intended departure for Europe; all those who are indebted to, or
who have any claims upon, the said Co-partnership, are desired to call and pay
or receive the same, at the Counting-house of H. Cantzlaar, Esq. J.Z. before
the 1st of February next: and those who have any papers in the possession of
the said late Firm, are requested to fetch them away by the above mentioned
time. (Signed) J. C. Stadtman,
Rio Demerary, Jan. 17, 1806. Oudst.
It being the intention of H. Cantzlaar,
Esq. J. Z. to quit this Colony in the beginning of the month of March next, he
requests all those who have any demands against him, as well as those who have
papers or money remaining in his hands from his professional duties, to call
for the same before the end of the ensuing month (February). he likewise
requests, that all persons indebted to him, will settle their accounts by the
above mentioned time: for which purposes, he attends every day at his
Mr. Cantzlaar particularly begs, that
all whom it may concern, will pay attention to the foregoing; as he will be
under the necessity of depositing all papers and monies which shall not be
fetched away be the time above specified, in the Secretary's Office.
(Signed) J. C. Stadtman,
Rio Demerary, Jan. 17, 1806. Oudst.
Mr. Cantzlaar will remove, on the 1st of
February next, from his present Residence, to the Concession No. 66, on the
Middle Dam, Stabroek, next to that of M. Smit, Esq.
Also den Heer Leonard Senn, van Bazel,
meerderjaarig Johngamn, gebooren te Batavia, bruidegom ter eenre.
Vrouwe Clara Sophia Boter, eerder weduwe
van Anthony Hugo van Duysen, en laast weduwe van G. H. Trotz, bruid ter andere
zynde. Van voorneemens zyn met elkanden een wettig huwelyk aan tegaan, zoo als
dezelve op den 7de January ten overstaan van Heeren Raaden Commissarissen uit
den Hove van Justitie der Rivier Essequebo in ondertrouw zyn opgenoomen.
Zoo word zulks mits deezen bekend
gemaakt, ten einde die geenen welke voormeenens is, zig teegens dit voor
genoome Huwelyk te kunnen opponeeren, Zulks in tyds te doen ter plaatse waar
het zal behooren.
Actum ter Secretary van Rio Demerary,
deezen 17 January 1806.
In kennisse van my
J. C. Stadtman, oudste Clercq.
Alle de geene welke iets verschuldigd
zyn aan, of te pretendeeren hebben van de Heere Philip Yates of te Alexander
Simon, worde verzogt binnen veertien daagen hunne betaaling te komen ontsangen,
en schulde te voldoen, ter hunner domicilium; alzo dezelve voorneemens zyn
binne deezen tyd de Colonie te verlaaten.
Demerary, den 17de January 1806. J.
FROM THE COLONY RECEIVER'S OFFICE.
The Receiver advertises, for the
information of all those whom it may concern, that the Taxes levied on the Lots
and Premises from the Camp to the boundaries of Plantation La Penitence,
together with the first instalment of the extra Contribution laid on the Lots
and Buildings situate at Stabroek, are now become due; he therefore requests
all Proprietors of such Lot or Lots, and Houses yet unpaid, to attend at his
Office within eight days from the date hereof, in order to acquit themselves of
their respective quotas in said Contribution; after the expiration of which
limited time, the Receiver will deem it is his indispensable duty to enforce
payment, in conformity to the resolution of the Honourable Court of Policy,
dated the 30th of July last, and published the 3d of the following month. He
flatters himself, however, that the parties concerned will pay due regard to
the present advertisement, and prevent him the disagreeable necessity of having
recourse to rigid measures.
Demerary, the 18th of January, 1806.
C. Vincent, Colonial Receiver.
N. B. The Receiver regrets to find that,
notwithstanding his repeated application and advertisement in the Gazette,
several inhabitants ( whose names he does not wish to make public ) have
hitherto been deficient in paying the Colony duties for the years 1803 &
1804; he therefore gives notice to those whom it may concern, that he has given
positive direction to Mr. Rousselet to urge payment by summary execution, an
extremity he wished to avoid.
Te Huur of te koop terstondt te
aanvaarden, een we ter nering staande koopmans Huies aan de middel dam van de
Hoofdplaatz, op de halve concessi [sic] No. 11. naast het hueis [sic] van de
heer Jourdan, te bevraagen by J. L. Eils.
Dem. 17de. January 1806
De ondergeteekende voorneemens zynde met
het eerst vertrekkend convooy eene reys na Europa te doen, zo uyt hoofde de
staad zyner gezondhyd, als famielje betrekkinge, verzoekt zeer vriendelyk aan
alle zyne debiteuren en vrienden, zoo wel in zyn prive[caret?] alse
qualiteyten, welke aan hem zeedert ultimo December 1805 verschuldigd zyn, zulks
te komen voldoen, om hun van onaangenaame procedures en ruineus ankoste, en hem
van de onangenaamheede om hun zulks te moeren aandoen te bevryden.
Nietteegenstaande diverse vriendelyke
aanmaanigen gedaan zyn, zal dit advertentie diene aangemerkt te worden, als
nogmaals eene vriendelyke en generaale aanmaaning.
Demerary, den 18 January, 1806. J. L.
FOR SALE. [heading]
A Complete set of three brass
Clarifiers, with three cocks (just arrived), at a moderate price. For further
particulars apply to the Printing Office.
Stabroek, January 18, 1806.
Wy hebben de eere aan de vrienden en
bekenden van den Wel Edele Heer en Mr. A. C. Boode mits deezen van wegen zyn
Wel. Edele te communiceeren, de gelukkige bevalling van Mevrouw, deszelfs
beminden, Vrouwe Phoebe Dennett, op den 6 September, a. p. van een
Demerary, den 12 January, 1806. I. S.
I. P. Muncker, q.q.
Het heest den Almagtige behaagd onze
ieder geliefde Dochter, Johanna Maria, in den bloey naars leevens, zynde 18
jaaren, tot zig te neeme, wy geeve aan alle onze vriende en bekende, by deeze
tans gebruyklyke weg kennis, van dit voor ons zo ziel grievend sterf-geval, van
hunne deel neeming verzeekerd zynde, verzoeke wy van rouwbeklaag verschoond te
Demerary, den 13 January, 1806. J.
Notice is hereby given to all whom it
may concern, that the Firm of Strucker & Borner was dissolved on the 16th
of October 1805, by mutual consent. All those who are indebted to the said
late Firm, as well as those who have any demands against it, are therefore
desired to come forward and pay, or be paid, immediately, that the accounts may
be settled as soon as possible.
Demerary, January 18, 1806. C. J.
Strayed, on Wednesday the 15th Inst.
from Lot No. 52, South Dam, Stabroek, a Cow and her Cow Calf. Whoever will
restore them to the Owner, or give such information as may lead to a Discovery
of them, will receive One Joe Reward from
Stabroek, Jan. 18, 1806 Jas.
N.B. The points of the Cow's Horns are
For Sale, the Plantation Gedagtenis, on
Truly Island, containing 100 Acres of Land, more or less, most of which is in
Canes and Plantains, with 170 Slaves, and all the Buildings thereon in good
repair; an appraisement of which may be seen, and Terms of Sale known, by
John Lewis Bynoe, &
William King, q.q.
Stabroek, Jan. 18, 1806. The Boedle
[sic] of F. Bynoe, deceased.
PUBLIC VENDUES [heading]
In Stabroek and its Environs [heading]
On Monday, the 20th inst. at the House
of the late Mrs. G. R. Pletz, Brick Dam, House Negroes, Furniture, &c. also
the Concession No. 56, on Plantation Werk & Rust, with the large Dwelling
House thereon, at present occupied by H. Cantzlaar, Esq. also the Half
Concession No. 17 in Robbs Town, Part of Plantation Vlissingen, with the
Buildings thereon, at present occupied by T. Finlayson, Esq.
On Wednesday, the 22d inst. by order of
Messrs. A. Fullarton & Co. on their premises in Cumingsburg, Nails, cotton,
[sic] Bagging, Muslin, Pulicat Handkerchiefs, Earthen Ware, Cordage, &c.
On Thursday, the 23d inst. by order of
R. Younghusband, Esq. on his premises at New Town, Cotton and Coffee Bagging,
Butter, Checks, Chintz, Shoes and Boots, Mattrasses, Negro Clothing, Twine,
Herrings, earthen and Glass Ware, Osnaburg's Linnen [sic], Loaf Sugar, &c.
On Tuesday, the 28th inst. at the Vendue
Office, by Order of the Fiscal, Two new runaway Negroes, Dry Goods, Cutlery,
On Thursday, the 30th inst. at the
Vendue Office, at Six Months' Credit, the Old Union Coffee-House, situated in
On Tuesday, the 4th of Feb. on
Plantation Nismes, on the west Bank of the River, Milch Cows, Oxen, and Calves,
Chaise and Saddle Horses, Two Chaises, a Four-oared Boat, excellent Household
Furniture, a Chamber Organ with Five Barrels; best English Ware, Silver Plate,
Damask Table Cloths, Napkins, &c.; on the same day will be sold a quarter
of Lot No. 20, situated on the Side Dam, Stabroek.
Vessels Entered and Cleared Since Our
Jan. 16. Brig Lord Duncan, Wm.
Greenidge, from Barbados, with Beef, Pork, Bread, Butter, Limestone, and Dry
Jan. 18. Ship Menle, J. Gemme, from
Greenock, with Beef and Pork, Cheese, Herrings, Potatoes, Peas, Barley, Butter,
Beer and Porter, Loaf Sugar, Soap and Candles, Negro Clothing, Sail Cloth,
Lime, Bricks, wooden Hops, Paint and Paint Oil, Iron Pots, Coils of
Rope, and Dry Goods.
Jan. 10 Schooner Industry, S. Thomson,
Jan. 16. Ship Fanny, A. I. Graham, for
Printed and published by N. Volkerts,