Ao. 1806 )
Essequebo and Demerary
( No. 203.
Saturday, the 15th of November.
Secretary's Office. This is to inform
the Public that the following Persons intend quitting this Colony:
Mr. William Herbert, in fourteen days,
from November 15.
Mr. C. I. Bonnett, in fourteen days,
from November 15.
J. C. Stadtman, first Clerk.
Uit kragte van zeeker Extract Notul,
Worden door my Ondergeteekende Exploiteur uit naam en de van weegens F. C.
Elbers, als Curator in den Boedel van wylen C. Straup,
Ten vierde maale ex superabundanti
Alle bekende en onbekende Crediteuren
van voormelde Boedel,
Omme te Compareeren of Gemagtigde te
zenden voor den Edele Achtbaare Hove van Justitie Sessie houndende op de
Hoofdplaats Stabroek, teegens den seeventiende November eerstkoomende en
Ten einde een ygelyk zyne pretentien als
nog behoorlyk te koomen op en aangeeven, en voorts daar by te dienen van hunne
sustenuen als na Raaden,
Zullende na Expiratie van deeze vierde
en laatste ex superabundantie Edicte geprocedeerd worden, tot het obtineeren
van het eeuwig silentium.
Rio Demerary den 1ste November 1806.
GOVERNMENT BILLS AND PROVISIONS
Commissary General's Office, Barbados,
Nov. 1, 1806. [heading]
Notice is hereby given, that in future
all bills for the extraordinary Services of the Army on the Lord Commissioners
of His Majesty's Treasury, as likewise all those drawn by the Deputy Pay Master
General of the forces, will be disposed of in the most fair and impartial
manner, through the mode of sealed Tenders, addressed to the Subscriber, at
this office, and that previous notice will be given in this Gazette, and those
of the other Colonies and Islands, of the amount so to be disposed of.
Notices will also be given by public
Advertisements, when Provisions or any Stores may be wanted by the Commissary
General for the use of His Majesty's Troops the supplies of which will be made
in the like manner.
Those already contracted for by the
Acting Commissary General, by order of the Commander of the Forces, will in
course be received.
Merchants and others are desired not to
let the Mulatto Woman Katje van Greuningen (at present living with Mr. C. F.
Guintzel) have any Goods, or Credit, in the name of the Undersigned; as, from
her misconduct having forfeited all claim to his protection, he is resolved not
to pay for the same.
Stabroek, Nov. 15, 1806. Van
For Sale, by the Subscriber, [heading]
Hoes, Cutlasses, Files
Cross cut and whip Saws
Cooper's and Carpenter's Tools
A variety of Hinges
Nails from 4d to 30d.
Stock and Padlocks
An assortment of Green, White Black, Stag,
and Buck handle Knives and Forks
Desserts and Carvers to match
Seine and Sewing Twine
Deep Sea, Hand, Log, and Fishing Lines
Cordage, Hawsers, White Rope
Mess Beef and Pork, in tierces, barrels,
and half barrels
New double rose Butter in whole and half
Hams, Tongues, Cheese
Porter, Ale, and Beer
Port Wine, Claret
Raspberry and Cherry Brandy
Pilot Bread, Kegs of Crackers
Lard, Sallad Oil
Tallow Candles, Soap
Twig and Chaise Whips
R. O. Shooks
White, Blue, and Green edge Earthenware
Boots and Shoes
Linen Cambrick, Shawls, Caps
Irish Linen and Sheeting
Britannias, Platillas, Printed Calicoes,
Dowlas, Long Lawn
Broad India Nankeens
Cotton and Coffee Bagging
Osnaburgs, Salempores, Pennistone
Cotton and Linen Checks
Check and Duck Shirts & Trowsers
Negro Hats, Jackets, Wrappers
Cotton and coloured Threads &c.
New Town, Nov. 15, 1806. James
The Subscriber has just received for
Sale the following Articles:
Boards, Planks, Scantling, Clapboards,
Staves, Shooks, and Oars
New Salted fish in hhds.
Mackarel, Herrings, Salmon
Sperm and Mould Candles
Lamp Oil, &c. &c.
Demerary, Nov. 15, 1806. C.
FOR SALE, [heading]
The Premise at present occupied by the
Subscriber, near the Stelling, in the District of Bridge Town; also Two Water
Lots opposite thereto. The said Premises consists of Two large well built
Houses, each Two and a Half Stories high; the Frames all hard Wood of this
Colony, and standing on Two Lots of leased Land, not subject to any Ground-Rent
during the remainder of the Lease, which will not expire till the first Day of
May 1819. The Situation is very convenient for Business; and the Houses, with
their Side-Buildings, so constructed, as to answer for Stores, and the
accommodation of Families at the same time. The Conditions will be made easy
as possible to an approved Purchaser, and Possession given on the first day of
Demerary, Nov. 15, 1806. W.
The Subscriber having, to the best of
his knowledge and belief, liquidated every claim against him in this colony,
and being fully resolved not to open any new account, requests that no Person
whatever will for the future give Credit to ANY ONE, either for Merchandize or
what-else, IN HIS NAME, as he is determined to allow no debt or Claim so
contracted after the date of this Advertisement.
Stabroek, Nov. 15, 1806. C. D.
All Persons having any Demands against
the late Firm of Mourant & Delisle, are hereby requested to tender in their
Claims to Mr. S. Mourant, without delay, to be examined, and liquidated if
correct; in default thereof (due notice being given) no Payment will be made by
either of the Parties on account of said Firm, after the period prescribed by
The departure of Mr. Delisle from the
Colonies, and consequent necessity of an immediate and final close of their
joint Concerns, renders it necessary, without respect to Persons, to enforce
Payment from those who are still indebted to the Firm.
Mr. Mourant is hereby authorised to
receive all outstanding Debts due to the Concern.
Demerary, (Signed) Stephen Mourant,
Nov. 14, 1806. (Signed) Thomas
Den Ondergeteekende zyn Domicilium
Citandi et Executandi is ten huyze van de Heer D. P. Simon.
Demerary, den 14de Nov. 1806. R.
PUBLIC VENDUES. [heading]
On Thursday, the 20th instant, at the
Store of W. Roach, Esq. Irish Mess Beef in half barrels, ditto ditto Pork in
ditto, ditto Tongues in ditto, ditto Butter in firkins, Kegs of Dutch Butter,
Rounds of Beef, Split Pease, Old Cogniac Brandy, Gin in cases, Old Rum, Madeira
Wine in pipes, and half buts, Hyson Tea in chests and canisters, Refined Sugar,
Pickles in boxes assorted, Taunton Ale, Bristol Beer, and London Porter, Paints
and Oil, Candles, Soap, Lard; also a variety of Dry Goods and Hardware.
Nov. 14, 1806.
On Friday, the 21st instant, at the
Vendue Office, Ten Negroes, Dry Goods, Provisions, &c. &c.
Nov. 14, 1806.
On Monday the 24th, and Tuesday the 25th
instant, at the Store of C. D. Forrester, Esq. excellent Provisions, consisting
of Irish Beef and Pork, white and brown Biscuit, Oatmeal, Groats, Scotch Barley
and Split Pease in kegs and jugs, Preserved Fruits, Oysters, Refined Sugar,
mixed Spices, Bristol Beer in bottels [sic], Vinegar, Raspberry and Cherry
Brandy, Oats in tierces; a large quantity of Iron Pots and Iron Boilers, well
worth the attention of Planters; Paints and Paint Oil, Cordage, Glass Ware,
elegant Chairs; Stationary, consisting of Sets of Account Books, Paper,
&c.; Boots and Shoes, ready made Gentlemen's Clothes, and London Particular
Madeira Wine, in pipes, hhds, and bottles.
Nov. 14, 1806.
On Wednesday, the 26th instant, at the
Vendue Office, a general Assortment of Dry Goods and Provisions, lately
Nov. 14. 1806.
On Thursday, the 27th instant, at the
Store of I. T. Barrett, Esq. Beef, Pork, Candles, Soap, Tobacco, Salmon,
Mackarel, Oil, Rice, and sundry other Articles.
Nov. 14, 1806.
Found in the Trench of Plantation
Schoonord, a few days ago, a Coriall. The Owner may have it returned, on
proving it to be his Property, paying the expences of the Advertisement, and
recompensing the Negroes, who discovered it.
Demerary, Nov. 15, 8106. P.
Run Away from the Undersigned, on the 2d
inst. Two Negro Boys, of the Congo Nation; one named Forfeit, with a shaved
head, the other named Hewly, with a sore leg.
Whoever will lodge the above Negroes, or
either of them, in the Barracks, or return them to the Undersigned, shall be
Demerary, Nov. 15, 1806. John
We are not permitted to publish the
Letter signed "A Member of the Court of Justice."
There was an Extraordinary Meeting of
the Court of Policy on Thursday last, for the purpose of regulating the Taxes
for the ensuing year.
The Court of Rolls and Court of Justice
will meet on Monday next.
A Petition has been presented to his
Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, signed by all but two of the inhabitants
from Boanzeeke Creek, Essequebo, to this district, praying to be taken under the
jurisdiction of Demerary, which, we understand, has been granted.
Lieutenant Colonel Patrick M'Leod,
commanding the 2d battalion of the 78th foot, who has so gallantly
distinguished himself in the expedition to Calabria, is 2d son of Donald
M'Leod, Esq. of Geanies; Sheriff, and Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant of the
brave battalion of Ross shire volunteers; and Brother to J. C. M'Leod, Esq. of
this Colony. He was Fort Major of the Cape during the latter part of last war.
Taken Up in the Plantation Walk of
Plantation Vreede & Rust, on Sunday, the 2d of this month, A Bay Horse; its
Head and left hind Foot white, and much foundered in his fore Legs; and which
will be sold on Tuesday next, by Public Vendue, to recover Expences, because
the Drossard (Mr. Runnels) refused to admit him, and no Person having as yet
Demerary, Nov. 15, 1806. J. Bergh.
Vessels Entered and Cleared Since Our
Nov. 13. Schooner Ranger, Edward
Salter, from Portsmouth, with Lumber, R. O. Staves, and Shooks, Hoops, Salt
Fish, Spermaceti and Mould Candles, Spermaceti and Whole Oil, Soap, Beef,
Mackarel, Potatoes, Butter.
Nov. 14. Brig Mary Jane, P. M'Cobb,
from Bath, with Horses, Cows, Oxen, Boards, Clap-Boards, Staves, Bricks, Geese.
Nov. 14. Sloop Wasp. N. Donnell, from
York State, with Fish, Hoops, Staves, Clap Boards, Cows, Oxen, Horses, Lumber.
Nov. 10. Brig Edward and Charles, E.
Pittingil, for Boston.
Nov. 10. Phoebe, I. Bouton, for New
Nov. 12. Schooner Success, I. Harrold,
Nov. 15. Brig Leopard, W. Rogers, for
List of Runway and Arrested Slaves. [not
Printed by T. Bond, No. 20, Brick Dam,