Ao. 1806 )
Essequebo and Demerary
( No. 198.
Saturday, the 11th of October.
Secretary's Office. This is to inform
the Public that the following Persons intend quitting this Colony:
Mr. John Foal, in fourteen days, from
Mr. John Dickson, in two months, from
Mr. Robert Craig, in fourteen days, from
Mr. Loring Barker, in fourteen days,
from October 8.
J. C. Stadtman, first Clerk.
Alzoo de navolgende Perzoonen van
voorneemens zyn met elkander een wettig Huwelyk aantegaan, als
De Heer Philip Jacobus Wagner,
meerderjaarig jongman, gebooren te Quebec, Bruidegom, ter eenre
En Mejuffrouw Maria Zephira van Gennep,
Weduwe van wylen den Heer E. L. Fischer, Bruid ter andere zyde;
De Wel Edele Heer James Greenwood,
meerderjaarig jongman gebooren te London, Bruidegom, ter eenre
En Mejuffrouw Elizabeth Carr,
meerderjaarige jonge docther meede gebooren te London, Bruid ter andere zyde
Zoo word zulks mits deezen aan elk en
een iegelyk geadverteerd ten einde die geene welke vermeenen zich tegens deese
Huwelyk te kunnen opponeeren, zulks in tyds te doen daar, waar, en zoo 't
Actum ter Secretary van Rio Demerary,
deezen 10de Oct. 1806.
In kennisse van my,
J. C. Stadtman, eerste Clercq.
This is to inform all those whom it may
concern, that John Clarke departed this Life on the 27th of September 1806, in
Coeriaraboe Creek. F. Horn, sworn Clerk.
Rio Demerary, Oct. 11, 1806.
In consequence of an Agreement entered
into by the Subscribers, all debts due to the Concerns of Fraser, Littledale,
& McLeod, and Fraser, Littledale & Co. are taken over by, and become
the Property of Anthony Littledale, and must therefore be paid to him only.
The said Anthony Littledale having at
the same time undertaken to be accountable for, and discharge all Debts due by
the Concerns of Fraser, Littledale, & McLeod, and Fraser, Littledale, &
Co. therefore all Persons having Demands against said Concerns, will be pleased
to apply to him. Anthony Littledale,
J. C. McLeod, for Self and
Demerary, Oct. 11, 1806. for Self and
M. Doyle informs the Public, that both
C. F. Guintzel and he have mutually agreed on the 6th instant to dissolve the
Copartnership carried on by them, under the Firm of C. F. Guintzel & Co.
Stabroek, Oct. 9, 1806. M. Doyle.
FOR SALE OR HIRE, [heading]
The well-known Premises at present
occupied by the Subscriber, in Robb's Town. The above Premises are so well
adapted for Business, that it is useless to make an observation on them,
otherwise than that they are in excellent repair. An approved Purchaser will
meet with reasonable Terms, and can have Possession on the 1st of January 1807.
Demerary, Oct. 11, 1806. John
For Sale by the Undersigned, a good
Cook, and different House Negroes, Two Horses, a Currile, and a Cow with her
Calf. For Prices and Conditions apply to
Demerary, Oct. 11, 1806. F. C.
By de Ondergeteekende te Huur, op de
voorgrond der Plantagie La Repentir,
Een groote Sloep, welke 20 vaaten Zuyker
kan laaden, by den dag ofte by de reys. Ook zyn by hem te bekoomen steenen, en
gruys ofte gebrooken steenen om paade te maaken.
Plantage La Repentir, J. Theysse.
den 11 Oct. 1806.
On Tuesday next, the 14th instant, will
be exposed for Sale, by the Subscriber, at the Store of Mr. Richard Forshaw, La
Bourgade, under the Formalities prescribed by Law
240 Gold-Coast Slaves,
Imported in the Ship Harriett. James
Demerary, Oct. 11, 1806.
The Subscribers will expose for Sale, on
Friday next, the 14th instant, at the Store of Messrs. J. Madden & Co.
under the Formalities prescribed by Law,
190 prime Windward Coast Slaves,
Imported in the Ship Minerva, Capt.
Demerary, Oct. 10, 1806. C. Macrae.
H. L. Underwood.
Absconded, last Thursday week, from the
Subscriber, a young Negro Boy, named Smart, of the Foulak Nation. He had a
Pass signed by Mr. Grant, of Corobana, with a Letter from that Gentleman to the
Undersigned, and took with him a Chaise Box, containing Shirts and other
Wearing Apparel - likewise Two Chaise Cushions. Any Person apprehending the
said Boy, will be handsomely rewarded.
Demerary, Oct. 10, 1806. James
PLANTAINS FOR SALE. [heading]
Any Person who may wish to enter into a
Contract for being supplied with Plantains on reasonable terms, will be treated
with, by applying to W. L. Cowan, Esq. on Plantation La Penitence.
Demerary, October 11, 1806.
Wanted To Hire Ten Negro Men for a Year.
For further Particulars apply at the Office of this Paper.
Stabroek, October 11, 1806.
TO BE LET, [heading]
The very well situated Buildings and Lot
of Land, now occupied by Dr. Seysson, between the Plantations Ruymveld & La
Penitence. The Hire is to commence on the 1st day of January 1807. for
further information apply to
Demerary, October 10, 1806. Stephen
De Ondergeteekende, door den Edelen
Achtbaaren Hove van Justitie aangestelde Sequesters in de Plantagie Sophia, en
Executeuren ten Boedel wylen den Wel. Ed. Gest. Heer Kroll, verzoeken mits
deezen, dat alle Crediteuren van gemelde Boedel Compareeren, of Gemagtigdens
zenden, op Woensdag, den 22 October aanstaande, ten huyze van de Heeren John
Madden & Co. en een yder voorzien zy met deszelfs origineele en correcte
Pretentie lasten welgemelde Boedel bereekend tot primo January 1806, om ten
zelven dage te kunnen worden geexamineerd en accord bevonden wordende, het
Divident der Revenuen te kunnen bereekenen, zynde nog verscheyde Pretentien
niet behoorlyk en genoegzaam gespecificeerd tot deeze zaake.
Een provisioneele staat van den gemelden
Boedel zal aan de Crediteuren ter Comparitie ter visie werden overgelegd,
De Non Comparanten zullen moeten
verstooken worden van 't beneficium van 't eerste Divident.
Demerary, den 10de Oct. 1806. Colin
C. M. Overweg.
PUBLIC VENDUES. [heading]
On Tuesday, the 21st instant, at the
Store of I. Mackenzie & Co. Prints and Carricatures [sic] in lots;
Burgundy, Claret, Port, and Cherry Wine; Porter and Brandy; Ready-made Clothes,
Boots and Shoes, Russia Sheeting, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Patent Silk Hats,
Irish Linen, Silk and Cotton Stockings, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Gloves, Flour
in barrels and half barrels, Irish Mess Beef in tierces, Beef and Pork, Tea,
Hogs, Lard, &c. &c.
The Subscriber has IMPORTED THE
FOLLOWING GOODS in the Paxton, Capt. Balston, from London, and which he offers
for Sale for Ready Money only, viz.
Butter in Jars
Sweet Milk Cheese
Essence of Parsley and Celery
Split Peas in Kegs
Green Ditto in Jugs
Oats in Tierces
Dutch Terras in Barrels of about 8
Wax Ditto in Boxes of 12 lb. each.
Spermaceti in ditto ditto
Lamp Oil in Jugs
Dressed Dolls, haired
Backgammon Boxes, complete
Mahogany Dressing Glasses
Large Looking Glasses
Mahogany Dressing Cases
Mahogany Boot Jacks
Sewing Silk and Twist
Elastic Silk Braces
Men's Buck Gloves
Men's Patent Silk Hats
Ladies Ditto Ditto, black
Servants' Glazed ditto
Boys' beaver Ditto
Men's Common Hats
Snuff, No. 37, in Half Pound Cannisters
Ladies' Straw Bonnets
Spirit of Turpentine
STATIONARY, consisting of
Superfine Wove Paper
Ditto Thick Post
Ditto Thin Ditto
Maps and files
Boxes with Pounce
Blank Books assorted
Boxes with 20 lbs. Starch, and 2 lbs.
Starch in Papers of 4 lbs.
Blue in 1 lb. papers
Cotton Gin Cranks
Spare Screws for Ditto
Boxes with Water Colours
Iron Puncheon Hoops
Ditto Vat Hoops
And many other Articles.
Demerary, October 11, 1806. P.
Just received, and for Sale by the
Subscriber, the following Articles, viz.
Ladies' and Gent. Stockings
Superfine Black Coats
Patent Canvas mattrasses
Sadlery, &c. &c. [centered item]
Some Gin and Brandy of the first
There is now room on board the George,
Capt. Price, and the Paxton, Capt. Balston, for London (to sail with the first
Convoy) for a few Bags of Coffee.
Demerary, Oct. 9, 1806. R.
Imported in the Brig Hawkesbury, from
London, and for Sale by the Subscribers, the following Articles:
New Irish Butter
Raisins and Currants
Mustard and Salad Oil
Hams and Bacon
Pickled Pork and Beef
Irish Mess Beef and Pork
Bottled and Draught Porter
Port and Sherry Wine
Spermaceti & Tallow Candles
Paints and Paint Oil
Negro Clothing and Blankets
Gentlemen's Ready-made Clothes
Boots and Shoes
Patent Silk Hats
Broad-rim'd White Hats
Servants' Glazed Hats, with Silver Bands
Short Stockings for Boots
Green Canvas for Window Blinds
Fine Welsh Flannel
Irish Linen and Sheeting
Romal and Pullicat Hkfs.
Platillas – Britannias
Dowlas – Salempores
Cotton Lining and Shirting
White and Brown Sail Canvas
Gunpowder and Shot
Locks, Hinges, Bolts
Cotton Gin Cranks
Seine and Sewing Twine
Portable Writing Desks
Straw Bottom Chairs
Wheel and Hand Barrows
Table Sets of China
Also London Particular Madeira Wine, of
a very superior Quality, in Pipes, Hhds, and Quarter Casks.
Dem. Oct. 10, 1806. Underwood,
Johnson, & Co.
Just Received from New York, by the Brig
Phoebe, J. Bonton, master,
Cod Fish, Mackarel, Salmon
Smoked Salmon in tins
Onions, &c. &c.
On Hand - Tar, Pitch, Tobacco, rice,
Candles, Soap, Hams, Smoked Beef, Lamp Oil, and a variety of other Articles.
Demerary, Oct. 10, 1806. T. T.
FOR SALE, [heading]
By the Subscriber, at his Store, at the
House of F. Horn, Esq. in front of Werk & Rust, for immediate Payment in
Cash or Produce:
Lancashire Hams in high preservation,
and smoked Beef
Double Gloucester and Pine Cheese, and
Irish double Rose Butter
Bullocks Tongues in kegs, and Tripe in
Smoked and Pickled Herrings, and Ling
Fish in boxes
Porter and Beer in puncheons
An assortment of Tin Ware
Complete sets of Carpenters' and
Ironmongery, consisting of Hinges of all
sizes and descriptions, Stock and Chamber Locks and Padlocks, Box and Trunk
ditto, Socket and handled Chissels of all sizes, Screw Augers and common ditto,
rasps and Files of all sizes, Screw Nails from Half an Inch to Two Inches, and
A general Assortment of Dry Goods and
Gin, Brandy, &c.
October 13, 1806. M. Downie.
MACDONALD, HALKET, & Co. [heading]
Have imported in the Bellisle, and on
Sale at their Store in the New Town,
Butter, Hams, and Cheese
Ling Fish in boxes
Red and White Herrings in kegs
Porter, Ale, and Beer
Soap and Candles
Split Pease, Barley, and Oatmeal in kegs
Tea and Refined Sugar
Starch and Blue
Cotton and Coffee Bagging
White and brown Russia Sheeting
Osnaburghs, Sail Cloth
Cordage, Grapnels, White rope, Seine
line, and Twine
Paints and Oil
Neat's foot Oil
Boots and Shoes
Gentlemen's fashionable ready-made
Hats, Gloves, and Braces
Black Silk for waistcoats
Blue Duffle, Green Baize
Negro Clothing, Boat Cloaks
Green Silk Umbrellas
Gentlemen and Ladies Stockings
White and printed Calicoes
India Dimity, Cambrick
Fine laced Work Muslins
A few elegant Ladies Dresses
Irish Linen and Sheeting
Table Cloths, Diaper, Dowlas
Coarse and fine Cotton and Linen Check,
Servants plain White ditto
Thread and Tape
French Pullicat and Blue Romal
Saddles, Bridles, and Whips
Girths, Stall Collars
Curry Combs and Brushes
Tin, Glass, and Earthen ware
Gunpowder and Shot
Cotton Gin Cranks
Nails 4d. a 30d.
Bolts and Hinges
Brass, Iron, and Stock Locks
Padlocks with hasps and staples
Hoes, Shovels, and Cutlasses
Vat and Puncheon Hoops
White Ivory and Ebony-handled Knives and
Forks with Carvers
Marking Irons, Steelyards
Fuzees and Bayonets, with Accoutrements
A large Assortment of Carpenter's and
Coopers' Tools, &c. &c.
Demerary, Oct. 11, 1806.
Imported in the Bellisle, Capt. Gammel,
and for Sale, by the Subscriber, at his Store, on Werk & Rust,
Hams, Cheese, ling fish in boxes, and
White lead, Black Paint, and Linseed Oil
Hoes, Cutlasses, and Pruning Knives
Irish Linen, Men's Patent Silk Hats, and
Negro Leather Caps
An assortment of Stationary
A set of Phaeton Harness complete
Large-sized Horse Sheet bound with Tape
Breast Cloths and Hoods to suit, and Pad
Long Driving Whips
And a variety of other Dry Goods.
Demerary, Oct. 11, 1806. Jos. Ward.
Received from London, and for Sale by
the Subscriber, the following Articles, viz.
Pine loaf, and Gloucester Cheese
Jars of Tripe
Almonds, Raisins, French Plumbs
Kits of spiced Salmon
White Wine Vinegar in jugs
Brown Stout and Ale in 4 doz. Cases
Coarse and fine Shoes
Silk and Beaver Hats
Negro Clothing, &c. &c.
A large Punt for Hire.
Demerary, Oct. 10, 1806. Thomas
TO BE SOLD, [heading]
FOR THIRTY GUILDERS PER DOZEN [heading]
BUT FOR CASH ONLY, [heading]
London Particular Madeira Wine,
OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY. APPLY TO
Kingston, Oct. 11, 1806. Henry Marsh.
Just imported from London, in the
Hawkesbury, Captain Watson, and for Sale by the Subscribers, Sets of Handsome
Mahogany Dining Tables on reeded legs and Brass castors, Sophas with Egyptian
Furniture, Patent Grecian Lamps elegantly ornamented with Bronze and Cut Paste
Ornaments, Wall Shades with plated Brackets, a few Sets of Rich Hanging Paper
of the newest and most fashionable patterns, Boydell and Co.'s Sets of the
Battle off [sic] Trafalgar, coloured, in gilt frames; an assortment of the most
fashionable rich Furniture Chintz, Dressing Glasses, Handsome Brass-bound
Mahogany writing Desks, Telescopes, Ivory handled Knives and Forks, Best Hair
Mattresses, Westphalia Hams, Bologna And Pickled Sausages, Smoked Beef and
Pigs' Cheeks, Pickled Tongues, Tripe, and Herrings, Spiced Salmon, Hoffman's
Raspberry vinegar, Cherry Brandy and Fruits in Brandy, Finest White Sugarcandy,
Turkey Figs, Jordan Almonds, Bloom raisins, Currants, White Bread and Split
Pease, in kegs; Pine Bath Loaf, Single and Double Gloucester Cheese, Bottled
Beer and Porter in puncheons, Port Wine and Poland Oats in ditto, Tea, Refined
Sugar, Spices, Sago, Black Pepper, Salt in firkins, an assortment of
fashionable Wearing Apparel, Boots, Dress and Planters' Strong Shoes, Black
Silk and Beaver Hats, Broad rimm'd ditto, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Silk, Thread,
and Cotton Stockings, Blue, Black, and Scarlet Broad Cloths, Black Silk
Waistcoating, White and Yellow nankeens, Musquito Netting, Window gauze, Black
Crape and Muslin, Gloves, Gibson's best Hunting Saddles and Bridles, Whips,
Fowling Pieces, Gunpowder and Shot, Negro Clothing, Blankets and Hats, Cotton
Bagging, Osnaburghs, Checks, Salempores, Britannias, Russia and Irish Sheetings
and Linens, Brown ditto, White Calico, Table Cloths, Huckaback, D'Oyleys, Sheet
Lead, Copper Teaches, Iron Boilers, Grating Bars, Iron Pots, Skimmers and
Ladles, Round-eyed Felling Axes, Hoes, Shovels, Cutlasses, Vat and Puncheon
Iron Hoops, Truss and Wood Ditto, Canvas, tarred and white Rope, Deep Sea
Lines, Seine and Sewing Twine, Blacks, Anchors, Grapnels, Nails, 4d. to 5 inch
Spikes, White lead and Coloured Paints, Lamp Black Paint, Neatsfoot Oil,
Vinegar and Spirits of Turpentine in Jugs, Candles, Soap and Tallow, Vase and
barrel Lamps, Shades, and an assortment of handsome cut and plain Table Glass
Ware, Vat, Wine, and Beer Brass Cocks, Pump Leather, Coopers' and Carpenters'
Tools, and a general assortment of Ironmongery, &c. &c.
Also, a Parcel of Choice London
Particular Madeira Wine, received by the Claude Scott, warranted Three Years
old when shipped.
Demerary, Oct. 8, 1806. Cornfoot,
Bell, & Co.
Op Zondag, den 5 deezer, 's middags een
uur, overleed op de Plantagie Vive la Force, naar eene ziekte van twee dagen,
myn dogtertje Maria Johanna Frederica, in den ouderdom van circa vyf jaaren; en
's Maandag morgens, den volgenden dag, overleed myn jongste dogtertje Louisa
Helena na eene ziekte van tien dagen, in den ouderdom van vyfitien maanden,
welke twee kinderen op Maandag avond heb ten graave geleid.
Ik vertrouwe dat myne Vrienden en
Bekenden in dit smerzelyk verlies voor ouders meedelydend deel zullen neemen,
en goedigst gelieven te excuseeren, dat geene byzondere communicatie brieven
heb afgevaardigd, 't welk in myne aandoenlyke situatie niet wel heest kunnen
Demerary, den 7de October 1806 C. M.
Vernoomen hebbende dat den Heer Beekman
eene Obligatie uyt gestelt heest, ten faveure van wylen K. Cramer, geweesene
Directeur der Plantagie Meer Zorg, groot 10 Johannissen, zoo verwagt den
Ondergeteekende, als Executeur Testamentair in den Boedel van gemelde K.
Cramer, terwyl deeze Obligatie zig niet onder deselfs nagelaatene papiere
bevind, ten spoedigsten en wel binnen drie maanden na dato dezer daar mede op
te willen koomen, ten eynde gemelde Obligatie te kunnen intrekken.
Demerary, den 6 Oct. 1806. I. H.
The Subscriber having removed from the
House and Store lately occupied by him, situated in the New Town, informs his
Friends and the Public, that his present Residence is in Kingston, the next
House to Messrs. McLeod & McKenzie, where he has on hand the following
Articles, which he will dispose of upon reasonable Terms for Cash viz.
Gold Epaulets for the Royals, Silver
Epaulets, Gold plain Epaulets for Militias, Fourth West India Regimental
Swords, full Dress and Regulation
Officers, Serjeants, and Privates Breast
Fashionable printed Shawls
Madeira Wine in Pipes, Hogsheads, and
Gin and Brandy in Pipes
Soap, Candles, Tobacco, &c. &c.
He being anxious of quitting the colony
in a very short time, requests those indebted to him will come forward to
settle the Demands against them as early as possible.
At the same time, he begs all those to
whom he stands indebted will render in their Accounts, so as to be liquidated
by the 24th of December.
Demerary, Oct. 11, 1806. Thomas
Vessels Entered and Cleared Since Our
Oct. 7. Brig Jane, A. Smith; Brig
Hawkesbury, Jas. Watson; Brig Paxton, J. Ballton; and Ship George, Jas. Price;
all from London. (For Cargoes, see Advts.)
Oct. 9. Ship Harriet, P. Stuart, from
Africa, and, [Oct.] 10, Bellisle, W. Gammell, from Glasgow, with Merchandize,
Plantation Stores, &c.
Oct. 8. Marquis of Huntley, R. Jacques.
9. Alert, W. Coffin, for Saco, and Marcus, Burrwell, for New London. 10.
Sloop Wealthy, I. Clark, for New York. 11. Brig John and James, Stodart, for
We need not tell our Readers, that the
vessels off this port when our last paper went to press were from London; that
fact is sufficiently evinced by our Advertisements; to which, agreeably to our
professions and intentions, we have given every aid, although at the expence of
much trouble, by an additional Supplement of News, after all our arrangements
were made for an ordinary publication.
The next Meeting of the Court of Rolls
will be on Monday the 20th inst.
C. J. Rapin, Esq. was appointed Fiscal
of Essequebo by the Hon. Court of Policy on Saturday last.
Printed by T. Bond, No. 20, Brick Dam,
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