Ao. 1806 )
Essequebo and Demerary
( No. 190.
Saturday, the 16th of August.
Secretary's Office. This is to inform
the Public that the following Persons intend quitting this Colony:
Mr. Levy Eliazer, in fourteen days.
Mr. Levy Cohen, in fourteen days.
Mr. Hutchinson Bridges, in fourteen
Mr. David Cot, in fourteen days.
Mr. Thomas Williams, in fourteen days.
Mr. I. F. Le Blanc, in three weeks.
Mr. Nicholas Osborn, in fourteen days.
J. C. Stadtman, first Clerk.
Alzo de Heer Dirk Cornelize Kok,
meerderjaarig jongman, gebooren te Texel, bruidegom, ter enre
En Mejuffrouw Margaretha Fleischman,
minderjaarige jonge dochter, gebooren te Amsterdam geadsisteerd met haar moeder
Vrouwe de Weduwe Fleischman, bruid te andere zyde.
Van voorneemens zyn met elkander een
wettig huwelyk aantegaan, zoo als dezelve ook reed op den 5de Augustus 1806,
ten overstaan van Heeren Raaden Commissarissen uit de Edele Achtbaare Hove van
Justitie in ondertrouw zyn opgenoomen. Zoo word zulks mits deezen aan elk en een
iegelyk geadverteerd, ten einde die geenen welke vermeenen zich teegens dit
voorgenoome huwelyk te kunnen opponeeren, zulks in tyds te doen daar, waar, en
zoo het behoord.
Actum in Rio Demerary deezen 9de
In kennisse van my,
J. C. Stadtman, eerste Clercq.
Alle de geene die iets te pretendeeren
hebben, of verschuldigd zyn, aan den Boedel van wylen Hendrik Beis, worden
versogt ten spoedigsten opgaave en betaaling te doen ter Domicilium van de Heer
Cornelis Smit, J.Z. in qualiteit als Executeur Testamentair in voor schreeve
Actum ter Secretary van Demerary, deesen
16 Augustus 1806
In kennisse van my
F. Horn, gezw. Clercq.
Fourteen Days from the Date hereof, with
Permission of the Hon. F. P. van Berckel, Fiscal, will be sold at Public Vendue,
if not previously owned and the Expences paid, a Ship's Boat, painted black
with one white streak, secured on the 3d inst. by Mr. Arianze, boat-builder, on
La Repentir. J. Runnels, J.Z.
Demerary, Aug. 16, 1806. Sheriff.
The Subscriber, in his quality of
Commissary of Canal No. 1, hereby informs all Proprietors (or their
Representatives) of Uncultivated Lands in the said Canal, who have not hitherto
complied with the Fifth Article of the Regulations sanctioned by the Hon. Court
of Policy, and who do not reside up the said Canal, or have not persons there
empowered by them, That, on Monday the 25th instant, the public roads and Sides
of the said Canal must be weeded, or cleaned from grass, &c. in the same
manner as was communicated to them in the month of March last, and of which, as
usual, a publication will be sent round in the said Canal; this being done,
only to prevent unpleasant proceedings hereafter, in case the above mentioned
Gentlemen should not receive timely information.
F. De Ridder,
Aug. 16, 1806. Commissary of Canal
The Subscriber requests all Persons
having Demands against the Plantation Resource, in Canal No. 2, to furnish him
with their respective Accounts as early as possible.
Thos. Frankland, q.q.
Cumingsburg, Aug. 14, 1806.
The Thomas and Kitty Estates having been
for some time past much annoyed by Gangs of Grass-cutters; many of whom, from
having their Owner's Pass, consider themselves justified in using every
freedom; Notice is hereby given - That ALL NEGROES WHATEVER (except such as
have a written Permission from Me, or from my Attorney Mr. Evan Fraser), who
may be found cutting Grass, Firewood, &c. on either of the said Estates,
will be taken up and dealt with according to the utmost rigour of the Law.
Aug. 16, 1806. Thomas Cuming.
A few plain Fowling Pieces
Very Cheap, for Cash, by
Aug. 16, 1806. Wm. Hallstead.
PUBLIC VENDUES. [heading]
On Friday the 22d int. by order of
Messrs. M'Inroy, Sandbach, and M'Bean, at their Store, Assorted Earthenware in
Casks, Half Firkins Butter, Kegs of Ox Tongues, Irish Beef in Barrels, Ditto
Pork in Half Barrels, Herrings in Barrels, Glauber Salts in Kegs of 112 lbs.,
Printed Calicoes, Scotch Huckaback, Diaper, and Table Cloths of different
sizes, Ham, Dowlas, Brown Holland, Platillas, Nun's Thread, Adelphi Cotton,
&c. &c. &c.
Aug. 15, 1806.
On Thursday and Friday the 28th and 29th
inst. at the Store of Macdonald, Halkett, & Co. an assortment of Provisions,
Dry Goods, and Plantation Stores, viz. Irish Mess Beef and Pork, Double Rose
Butter, Ox Tongues, Tripe, Tea and Refined Sugar, Black Pepper, Fine and Coarse
Irish Linen and Sheeting, White and Brown Russia Sheeting, Diaper Table Cloths,
Huckabacks, fine laced Work Muslins, Cambrics, Kenting, Cotton Shirting,
Chintzes and Calicoes, Flannels, Gentlemen's and Ladies' Stockings, Threads,
Tapes, Gentlemen's Ready made Clothes, Boat Cloaks,
Gentlemen's Ruffled and Plain Shirts,
Men's and Children's Hats, Nails, Locks, Bolts, Hinges, Carpenters' and
Coopers' Tools, Sheet Lead, looking Glasses, Glass, Tin, and Earthen ware,
Stationary, Negro Clothing, Fishing Seines, Seine Twine, Cordage, &c.
Aug. 15, 1806.
On Monday and Tuesday the 1st and 2d of
September, at the house of C. Smit, Esq. J.Z. on Werk & Rust, a large
assortment of Dry Goods, Plated ware, and a variety of other Articles.
Aug. 15, 1806.
On Wednesday the 3d of September, at the
Store of I. T. Barrett, Esq. Beef, Salmon, Tongues, Vinegar, Claret Wine,
Butter, Hams, Candles, Soap, Brandy in Cases, Mackarel, Dry Goods, &c.
Aug. 15, 1806.
FOR SALE, [heading]
By N. Winandy, on Werk & Rust,
nearly opposite the House of J. Ward, Esq. Syrop d'Orgeat, Syrop de Capillaire,
Cre[caret]me de Noyeau, de Citronelle, d'Anis, d'Absinthe, de The[accent], des
Dames, de Canelle, de Moka, and various other sorts of Fine Liqueurs, of the
best quality, by the Bottle or by the Dozen.
FOR SALE, [heading]
At Reduced Prices,
Wire Minaries for Coffee Mills. Apply at
the Store of Alexander Reith.
Robb's Town, Aug. 15.
Te Koop, een Huys en Lot in Stabroek,
voormaals bewoond door den Wel Edele Heer J. C. Stadtman, zeer comodieus, te
bevragen aan deze drukkery.
Demerary, den 16 Aug. 1806.
The Subscriber begs leave to inform his
Friends in the Colonies of Demerary, Essequebo, and Berbice, that, in
consequence of the inconvenience arising from the difficulty of their making
him Remittances for their Postages and subscription, he arrived a few days ago,
and is to be found at the Union Coffee House, Stabroek, for the purpose of
collecting the same.
The business of Barbados will be
conducted, in his absence, at the Store of Messrs. M'Clure, Cummins & Co.;
they will therefore please to direct to him as usual
Demerary, Aug. 13, 1806. Richard
WANTS EMPLOY, [heading]
A Task Gang of 30 to 40 Negroes
Work in this River will be preferred.
For further particulars inquire of the Printer of this paper.
RAZORS GROUND, HAIR CUT, &c
The Subscriber, having brought with him
from England proper Apparatus for grinding and repairing Razors, Scissors,
Knives, and all sorts of small Cutlery, respectfully offers his services to the
Inhabitants of these Colonies in the above line.
His superior mode of setting Razors is
well known, and can be vouched for by several gentlemen of the first
respectability in Stabroek. Edward Neal
N.B. Gentlemen's Hair cut and dressed in
the present Taste, and on the usual Terms
Cumingsburg, Aug. 16, 1806.
Premises of John Hall, Esq.
TWO JOES REWARD. [heading]
Run Away from the Subscriber, a Negro
Woman, named Harriet, a Creole of St. Croix, formerly the property of Mr. R. B.
Ousley, of Essequebo. Whosoever will apprehend her, and deliver her to the
Subscriber, or lodge her in the Barracks, shall receive Two Joes Reward from
Stabroek, Aug. 16, 1806. John
Weggeloopen een Negerin van de
Ondegeteekende [sic] zedert agt dagen, genaamt Cinian, ordinair van postuur,
een Barbadian van geboorte, sprekt Creools en Engels, zynde aan Stabroek zeer
wel bekend, houdende zig na gedagte op aan 't Waakenaame Eylan in Essequebo Een
goede belooning zal gegeeven worde, die haar te regt brengt, ofte in de tronck
bezorgd op Stabroek.
Demerary den 16 Aug. 1806. G.
Run Away, a tall and stout Negro, named
Demerary, well known in this Colony, particularly about the Fort, in the
neighbourhood of which he is believed to have a wife. Whoever harbours or
employs the above Negro, will be prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the Law,
but One Joe Reward will be given to any one who will secure and bring him to
Stabroek, Aug 16, 1806. N. Volkerts.
N. B. He has a sore on one of his legs.
The only arrival from Barbados this week
is the Fame, Capt. Lawson. She came on Sunday last, with the Hon. F. C. Loncke
The Court of Rolls will meet on Monday
The Hon. Court of Policy having
determined to contract for having the Roads in Stabroek and its vicinity kept
in their present improved state, all persons who may be inclined to treat for
the same, must send their Proposals, sealed up, to the Secretary's Office
before the 8th of September next. The parties offering are to find their own
materials; and the tenders may be made either for the whole, or separately for
Kingston and Cumingsburgh - for Vlissingen and Front Road of Stabroek - for
Werk & Rust and Repentir - for Middle Street of Stabroek. "Proposals
for keeping in Repair the Paved Roads in or about the Town of Stabroek,"
to be the superscription.
Vessels Entered and Cleared Since Our
Aug. 11. Schooner Fame, I. Lawson, from
Barbados, with Fish, Glass Ware, Porter, Beef, Candles, Butter, Blankets, Paint
and Paint Oil, Turpentine, Stationary, Lamp-black, Bars of Iron, Dry Goods,
Madeira Wine, Sweetmeats, Twine, Rum, &c.
Aug. 12. Ship Europa, Wm. Orr, from
Newfoundland, with 400 Casks Cod Fish.
Aug. 11. Schooner Sally, S. Silvester,
Aug 13. Schooner Sheldrake, C. Holmes,
Aug. 14. Ship Ariadne, Th. Watt, for
Aug. 15. Brig Paulina, N. [?].
Ingraham, for Boston.
List of Runway and Arrested Slaves. [not
Printed by T. Bond, No. 20, Brick Dam,
Supplement to the Essequebo and Demerary