Ao. 1807 )
Essequebo and Demerary
( No. 260.
Saturday, the 19th of December.
Rio Essequebo. [heading]
By Appointment of the Hon. Commandeur P.
C. Ouckama, the Public Sale of the Plantation Nieuw Oosterbeek, situated on
Leguan Island, will take place on Monday the 11th of January 1808.
Fort Zelandia, Dec. 13, 1807.
Acting Deputy Vendue Master.
LOST, at FORT ISLAND, [heading]
On the 8th of this Month, an Obligation
of M. Doyle, Esq. for Six Hundred & Eighty-nine Guilders, Sixteen Stuivers,
drawn in favour of Cotton Brown, for Rum at Colony price; the said Note
specifying that it was in full, for Freight and barter, between the schooner of
the former called Good Intent, and that of the latter called Columbia. Whoever
may find the said Note, shall be handsomely rewarded on delivering it to the
Subscriber; and should it be presented to Mr. Doyle, he is requested to pay it
to no other than
Dec. 12, 1807. G. Lockett.
The Undersigned offers for Sale a
fast-sailing Colony Built Schooner boat, with all its Appurtenances, about Five
Months old, 40 feet long by 15 feet and a quarter broad, built of the best
Colony Wood by the Ship Carpenter J. Lowe.
Dec. 15, 1807. J. Koford.
Rio Demerary. [heading]
CASH WANTED, [heading]
FOR HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE, [heading]
For Bills of Exchange, drawn on the
right Hon. the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, to the Amount of
Two Thousand Pounds Sterling, viz.
No. 11 L 500
Sealed Tenders for the same (marked
Tenders for Bills) will be received at this Office until Tuseday the 22d
instant, at Ten o'Clock in the Morning, whene they will be opened in the
presence of the Officer commanding His Majesty's Troops, and, if approved,
Commissary's Office, Will. N.
December 18, 1807. Res. Commissary.
Op eerstkomenden Zonday en de
daaraanvolgened, zal weder als voorhenen, by de nederduitsche gemeente, in
Stabroek geregeld gepredikt worden, gelyk ook op eerstkomenden Kerfday, door derzelver
Stabroek, den 19 Dec. 1807. Gryk
By Permission of His Excellency Lieut.
R. Nicholson, &c. &c. &c.
Plan for a Raffle or Lottery of a Half
Water Lot, No. [blank], with the Buildings thereon, the Property of the
Subscriber, situated in front of Plantation Werk & Rust; the same having
been appraised at f 8200.
The said Lottery to consist of 58
Tickets at f 150, together f 8700.
The Half Water Lot and Buildings
aforesaid to be the only Prize, and Two Premiums of f 300 each, one in favouur
of the lot or ticket drawn immediately after the First and only Prize, to be
paid by the holder of such Prize, two months after the Drawing; and the other,
or second Premium, for the last drawn number, to be paid by the Subscriber in
the same time as aforesaid.
The Tickets are to be paid, say f 150,
six weeks after the Drawing, in Coffee, Cotton, or Cash.
The Drawing will take place in the House
aforesaid, by two children as young as possible, in the presence of a Clerk of
the Secretary's Office.
The House, &c. may be occupied by
the Drawer of the Prize in three months after the drawing, and at that time a
clear and free Transport thereof will be given by the Subscriber.
Tickets may be had of Mr. De Wellebers,
Werk & Rust, or of the Subscriber, who will in due time advertise by the
Newspapers the day of drawing. E. A. Christiani.
Dec. 17, 1807.
A Young Man, lately from Europe, wants
Employment in the capacity of Overseer on an Estate. For information, apply to
the Printer. - Dec. 17, 1807.
The Subscriber offers for Sale, on
reasonable Terms, the following Articles, viz.
Blue liminas [sic]
Checks and stripe
White and brown Holland
Canvas, duck, nad strip [sic] trowsers
White linen & cotton stripe shirts
Gentlemen's coats, coatees, waistcoats
A variety of medicines
Sets of books
Pearl barley in jugs
Pickles in cases
Fruits in brandy
Almonds in shells
Salt in puncheons & barrels
Spiced salmon in kits
White lead in kegs
Paint and lamp oil
Seine and sewing twine
Inverness coffee bagging
Cordage, different sizes
A general assortment of Tin ware
Nails from 4 d. to 30d.
Iron pots assorted
Chamber door & stock locks
Carpenters' tools, and a variety of
other articles for Plantation use
Also, Madeira Wine, in pipes, hhds and
Dec. 19, 1807. C. H. De Munnick.
TO BE LET [heading]
The spacious House, formerly occupied by
the Hon. P. C. Ouckama, and at present by I. L. Philippart, Esq. eligibly
situated on Werk & Rust. For further particulars, apply to Van Braam, Esq.
Dec. 19, 1807.
The undersigned Colonial Translator
requests those who are desirous of having any papers translated by him, either
from or into English, Dutch or French, in future, to leave such papers under
cover, at his House, opposite Dr. Lloyd's, Brick Dam, Stabroek, or at the
Secretary's Office, with notice of the precise time at which it is required the
Translations should be ready.
Demerary, Dec. 16, 1807. C. T. Tinne,
Sworn Colonial Translator.
Particular care is taken that the
meaning of the Terms peculiar to the Dutch Official and Law Papers, be rendered
perfectly clear and intelligible in the Translation.
Het Domicilium Citandi et Executandi van
den Ondergeteekende is op Plantage Sape Pont, in deese Rivier. N. Winandy.
Dec. 19, 1807.
Just Imported, at the Subscriber's and
for sale, for immediate Payment in Rum, Coffee, Cotton, or Cash, the Cargo of
the Brig Henry, Capt. Trask, (22 days passage) consisting of
Fish in Hogsheads
Pork, best quality, in barrels
Mess Beef, do in half do.
Superfine Flour in barrels
R. O. Staves
Also, on Hand,
R. O. Shooks
W. O. Do.
Old Particular Madeira Wine
Dec. 19, 1807. Engels & Van
A Complete negro Bricklayer, capable of
hanging Coppers, or performing any Mason's work, and a capable Carpenter Negro,
for Hire, The only reason of their being hired out is to keep them soley to
their trades, under a strict and capable Supeintendant. Apply at the Counting
House of R. B. Daly.
TO BE SOLD, [heading]
For Twenty-Five Joes Cash, or an
approved Obligation at Three Months, a seasoned Saddle and Draught Bay Mare, in
excellent condition, and no faults. Inquire of the Undersigned, at Plantation
Dec. 18, 1807. I. J. Van Seeten, Mz.
PUBLIC VENDUES. [heading]
On Tuesday the 5th January, 1808, at the
Vendue Office, by order of D. Willibers and I. Teyssen, Executors of Van
Heukelar, dec. dry goods, household furniture, negroes, wearing apparel,
Dec. 18, 1807.
On Thursday the 7th Jan. by order of Mr.
Jos. Hill, dry goods, &c. (the particulars came too late for to day) [no
date for this one]
On Friday the 15th January, at the
Vendue Office, by order of James Lyon, Executor to the will of John Grant, dec,
22 prime Negroes, who have been employed in a task gang for several years, a
puncheon of strong rum, [illegible] Madeira wine, do. rum, a sabre with belt,
salempores, negro jackets and blankets, a parcel of boots and shoes, a case of
mathematical instruments, a box of colours and brushes, drawing paper, a
writing desk, a portmanteau, an excellent violin, 2 flutes and a clarionet, a
silver watch, a clock, a fowling piece, a dining table, a sideboard, 2 liquor
cases, a few goats, a saddle and bridle, hoes, shovels, axes, and several other
Dec. 18, 1807.
FUEL WOOD WANTED, [heading]
FOR HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE. [heading]
Any persons willing to contract for the
delivery of about 70 Cords every two Months, will be pleased to address
themselves to the Subscriber by Letters sealed (marked Tenders for Fuel Wood),
which will be opened on Tuesday the 29th instant, in the presence of the
Officer commanding His Majesty's Troops, when the lowest Tender for the same
will be accepted.
This Contract to be in force for Six
Months, and the Contractor is expected to give security for the due performance
of it. The Wood to be delivered at the Quarter and Barrack Master's Yard at
fort William Frederick.
Commissary's Office, Will. N.
Dec. 18, 1807 Res. Commissary.
SALES BY EXECUTION. [heading]
Ingevolge Authorisatie vervat by
Appoinctement van den Wel Edele Gestrenge Heer en Mr. Victor A. Heyliger,
fungeerende President van den Edele Achbaaren Hove van Justitie alhier, zal
door hem Eerste Exploiteur worden opgeveild en verkogt de navolgende goederen
Ten behoeven van Ths. Hoppe & Co.
contra James Parss, zeekere Concessie geleegen op de voorgrond van Plantage
Werk en Rust, naast 't e[?]f van M'Inroy, Sandbach en M'Bean, laast bewoond
door Remy en Boter met de daaropstaande gebouwen, als een woonhuis lange circa
40 by 24 voeten, 2 verdiepingen, inlands hout do shingels [illegible] een zy
gebouw 50 by 12 voeten, mits gaders omkraalengen[illegible] gem. Concessie
Voor I. D. Goddart en James Parss een
zeeker Lot Lands en Huisigen geleegen op de voorgrond van Plantage Werk en
Rust, naast de wooning van de Heer M'Bean en thas bewond door Rod. Cozier.
Voor R. Batty, contra C. F. Guintzell
& M. Doyle, een halve Concessie No. 4, geleegen op de voorgrond van
Plantage Vlissingen, met de daaropstaande gebouwen als een woonhuys circa 24 by
18 voeten 2 verdiepingen met Americaannsche plank en omslaagen en gecingeld een
zy gebouw &c.
Voor A. H. Janssen contra C. F. Guintzel
en Co. een order door P. L. Boon op de Heer Chs. Waterton getrokken, groot f
714, ten behoeven van C. F. Guintzel, en door Samuel Wardle, q.q. Plantation
Iemand vermeenende te hebben recht van
oppositie address zich alse na style en zodaanige die in den verkoop hun
gaading vinden, koomen ten puye van 't Raadhuys op de Hoofdpaats, Stabroek, den
5 January aanstaande, aan hooren de conditien en doen hun profyt. M. Smit,
Rio Demerary, 19 Dec. 1807. Eerste
List of Runaway and Arrested Slaves [not
Secretary's Office. This is to inform
the Public, that the following Persons intend quitting this Colony:
Arch. M'Guffie, in 14 days, from Dec. 1.
Newton Stevens and Eber Potter, in do.
from 5th do.
Pamela Waldron, in 14 days, from 9 Dec.
Wm. Thos. Mason and Dom. Bernard, do.
from 10 do.
Aaron Bryant and Jno. M'Donald, do from
Dec. 12, 1807 J. C. Stadtman, first
Wordt mits deeze geadverteerd, dat de
JOHN WILLIAM JONES,
gebooren te Bristol in Engeland,
meerderjaarig jongman Bruidgom ter eenre, en
Mejuffrouw ELIZA MEYERS,
minderjaarige jongedochter, gebooren
binne deeze Colonie, Bruid ter andere zyde,
Van voorneemens zynde met elkandere een
wettig Huwelyk aantegaan ten einde die geene welke vermeenen zich teegens het
solstmnifeeren van gemelde Huwelyk te kunne opponeeren zulks in tyds te doen
daar waar en zoo het behoord.
Actum ter Secretary van Rio Demerary,
deezen 10 December 1807, in kennisse van my J. C. Stadtman,
Wordt mits deeze van wegens het
Secretary alhier aan elke en een iegelyk bekend gemaakt, dat de Heer James
Fraser zyn Domicilium Citandi et Executandi gekoofen heeft in Capoey Creek,
Demerary, den 5 December 1807.
J. C. Stadtman, Eerste Clercq.
The Subscriber particularly requests,
for urgent reasons, that no person will take in payment any Note of Hand passed
by him in favour of C. F. Guintzel or Order, until further Notice. John
Dec. 19, 1807.
The Domicilium Citandi et Executandi of
the Undersigned is removed to the Estate Rushbrook and Bremen, on Wackenam
Dec. 15, 1807 Martin Doyle.
FOR SALE, [heading]
BY I. A. Cart, Jun. & Co. [heading]
At the Harmonic Society, Stabroek,
Madeira Wine, per doz.
Guimauve Paste, for Coughs
Dec. 19, 1807.
TAKEN AWAY, [heading]
From the Dam opposite Messrs. M'Bean
& Co. Eighteen Pieces of Greenheart Timber, from Fifteen to Seventeen feet
long, nine inches square; had been placed there about fourteen days since, for
the purpose of piling off the Dam of the above named. Any person giving
information who has taken the same, will be rewarded, on application to
Stabroek, Dec. 19, 1807.
[America vs. England letter]
Vessels Entered and Cleared Since Our
Dec. 17. Brig Henry, E. Trask, from
Dec. 17. Schooner Charming Nancy, S. L.
Davis, from Gloucester.
Dec. 17. Schooner Mary Ann, W.
M'Kenzie, for Surinam.
The only arrivals this week, besides the
above entered vessels, are His Majesty's ship Ulysses, 44, and L'Eclair
schooner, to convoy up to Surinam the vessels which could not fetch that port,
about four months since, viz. the ships Surinam and Coffee Planter and brig
Ranger. They are expected to sail to-morrow.
Printed By T. Bond, No. 20, Brick Dam,
Supplement – [double check to see
about Lottery of No. 6 on Werk en Rust]