ESSEQUEBO [Colophon] & DEMERARY
ROYAL [Colophon] GAZETTE.
September 15th, 1810.
Subscriber respectfully informs his Friends and the Public of Demerary, and the
Colonies in general, that he has just Imported per Ship Sir Sidney Smith, from
London, a very choice and elegant assortment of Goods, which he offers for Sale
on reasonable Terms, at his Store in the New-Town, viz: -
Mess beef and Pork, Westphalia and Westmoreland hams, new Irish Butter, pickled
tongues in half firkins, Bristol tripe in kegs, flitches of bacon, sausages,
mutton hams and hung beef, pine, loaf, and Gloster cheese, London brown stout,
bottled porter, draught ditto in hogsheads, pale bottled ale, Herefordshire
cyder and perry, raspberry and cherry brandy, Holland's gin, Cogniac brandy,
refined loaf sugar, split pease and Scotch barley in kegs, pearl barley and
sago in cannisters, Stoughton's bitters, pickles, capers and fish sauce, Durham
mustard, black pepper, currants in jars, prunes, muscatel raisins in boxes,
spices assorted in cannisters, gunpowder and hyson tea in cannisters, white
wine vinegar in jugs. An extensive and elegant assortment of printed Calicoes,
two dollars the gown and upwards, superfine 9-8 Cambric ditto, Town Work; book,
japan, tambour, and jaconet muslins, a large assortment of cambric and fancy
ditto, a large collection of linen and cotton Platillas, lenoes [sic] and
seedings [sic - or feedings?], corded dimity and muslinet, coloured and white
counterpanes, damask table cloths, assorted sizes, napkins and towels, fancy
chintz furniture for sofa covers, musqetto netting, shirting and lining
calicoes, fine and coarse Irish linens, Russia sheetings, Lancashire and Irish
do. blue India dyed salempores and long cloths, britannias, diapers, brown
hollands, strong linen and cotton check, linen and pulicat pocket
handkerchiefs, huckabacks and long lawns, French linen cambric, eight qr. and
10-4 green table covers, new Invented Trafalgar do. fine white marcella
quilting, oznaburgs and negro cloathing, black bombazetts, and bombazeens,
black muslins and calicoes, fine Welch and Lancashire flannel, eight-quarter
green baize, striped bed ticks, superfine broad cloths, Madras and romal
handkerchiefs, coloured nankeens and granderds [sic], Ladies habit shirts and
cotton sleeves, spider netting for sleeves. Superfine cloth coats and coaties
[sic], do. do. pantaloons, white jean and quilting vests, black silk do.
flannel under do. nankeen and white jean trowsers, buff and blue striped jackets
and trowsers, fine flannel round robins, bound with white silk, linen, calico,
and check shirts, silk and cotton braces. Gentlemens black patent silk hats,
black and white beaver do. Planter's large white beaver, black and white
Leghorn & willow, felt hats for drivers, Ladies black silk do. with bands
and tassels, Children's black and white beaver, coloured leather hats and caps
for children. Best London hessian boots, fashionable jockey do. strong and
dress shoes, Planters extra strong do. Ladies black morocco slippers, colored
silk, jean, velvet and kid do. rich white embroidered kid do. for dancing,
Ladies jean top half boots with cork soles, do. velvet and leather shoes for
damp weather, Children's shoes from 1 to 12 years of age. Best hog-skin saddles
with plated pannels, huzzar, curb, and snaffle bridles, gigg harness complete,
spare pannels, heads and reins, hunting and twig whips, curry combs and
brushes, plated spurs, halters. Journals, ledgers, and waste books in sets,
do. do. do. one to four quire, best fools-cap and large letter paper, bills of
exchange and bills of lading, memorandum books, quills, ink powder, wafers,
blotting paper, lead ink stands, sealing wax, pencils, pounce, and indian
rubber. Blue printed table services in sets complete, cream coloured do. with
brown edges do. green and blue edges do. do. plain white do. do. soup and flat
plates per doz. unattached to the sets, blue and white cups and saucers, China
porter mugs, black Egyptian tea and coffee pots, cream jugs and sugar basons,
wash-stand basons and ewers, mugs and jugs, sets of china complete, India
shades, tumblers, goblets, wine glasses, decanters, rummers and covers, logie
lamps, glass and Wedgwood ware butter stands, green and blue wash-shad basons.
Gentlemens ribbed and plain cotton hose do. Ladies embroidered cotton of newest
fashions do. do. black and white silk do. do. silk, mitts, Children's cotton
hose. Linseed and lamp oil, ground white lead, blue, yellow, red, and black
paint, green paint in pots. Elegant tea trays various sizes and patterns,
bread baskets and knife trays, morocco decanter stands with plated edges,
snuffer stands and japan candlesticks, japan ink-stands, segar cases, tea
chests and Japan dressing cases, horn and tin lanthorns, japan glass do. tin
tea kettles and Japan water jugs, cheese toasters and egg boilers, beef steak
pans complete, fish and camp kettles with covers, tea and coffee pots, black
jacks, sauce pans with covers, tinder boxes and flints, funnels, speaking
trumpets, mulling pots and porter cups, gilt and white coffin furniture.
Iron-handled cutlasses, hoes, shovels, iron pots assorted sizes, grid irons,
nails 4dy. to 30dy. inclusive, frying pans, cork screws, HL and T hinges,
window and door bolts, gimblets, saws, compasses, hammers, hatchets, stock and
other locks, Carpenters rules, sod irons, pump tacks, iron tea kettles,
chizzels, masons squares, brass hinges, marking irons, patent brass wine and
vat cocks with loose keys, fluted knives and forks with carvers, desert do. do.
best pen-knives, scissors, and razors on cards. common do. do. per doz.
sportsmans and pocket knives, steel snuffers, puncheon and vat hoops, flat
Sweedish [sic] bar iron, one and half to three and half inches, round and
square do. do. various sizes. Green silk umbrellas, gingham and cotton do.
very cheap, Ladies fashionable parasols with deep fringe and walking sticks,
portable writing desks with secret draws [sic], tea caddies, backgammon boxes,
morocco shaving cases complete, fowling pieces, duelling pistols, bird shot,
sheet lead, gunpowder in cannisters, money scales for weighing joes, fishing
seins, fishing and deep sea log lines, guaging rods with proof phials and
bubbles, lavender, rose, and honey water, brass and common wire parrot cages,
rat and mouse traps, plated spoons and soup ladles, table bells, corks, stone
blue, silver and copper thimbles, boxes of mould candles, fours, do. yellow
soap, spy glasses, looking glasses, silver tooth picks and pencil cases,
Windsor soap and wash balls, razor strops and paste, shoe strings, shaving
boxes with soap, japan blacking, wafer seals with initials, a large and choice
collection of corals, garnets, pearl, and glass fancy beads, broaches, finger
rings, ear-rings, tortoise-shell combs for Ladies heads; Madeira onions,
potatoes. Scotch and stitching thread, tapes, bobbins, and shirt buttons,
pins, Milliners best Whitechapel needles, Lawyer's tape, marking and Lisle
thread, Ladies dress clasps, purses, clothes and head brushes, pocket combs,
small tooth and dressing combs, nail and bottle brushes, shoe brushes, tooth
powder and brushes, &c.
has also per same Ship, Choice Old London particular Madeira Wine, in pipes,
hogsheads, quarter casks, and bottles, which he will dispose of on reasonable
terms for immediate payment; the Public will please to observe that the whole
of the above goods (Wines excepted) are selected from London markets,
consequently far superior to those imported from other parts.
15th September 1810.
fast-sailing Coppered Ship
positively sail a running Vessel on or before the 30th October. - For Freight
or Passage apply to the Captain on board or to
Sept. 1810. Joseph Hill.
Evening between the House of Messrs. Fullerton, Oliverson & Co. and that of
John Madden Esq. a Parcell containing Eight Papers of Ten Joes each and One of
Twenty Joes. Should any Person have found the same, will receive a Liberal
Reward on delivering it to the Undersigned at the Store of Messrs. Wardrop
14th September 1810.
Few Puncheons of Rum [heading]
be disposed of for immediate payment in Cash - any Proof the Purchaser may
to the Printer of this Gazette.
15th September 1810.
Tierces New Navy Mess Beef,
Barrels ditto ditto Pork,
Cash on delivery. Apply at the Store of Mr. Samuel Wachope.
15th September 1810.
Premises belonging to the Subscriber, situated on the West end of Lots No. 19
and 20, fronting the Houses of Mr. Alves in Middle-Street and that of Mr.
Hallstead in South-Street Bridge-Town. They will be disposed of separately or
together, and liberal terms will be given to a Purchaser who can pay an
instalment down. The Buildings can be examined and further particulars made
known on application at the House of Alexander Reith, or to
15th September 1810.
[image of a crown] Royal.
Friday next, the 21st Instant will be Performed, the much admired Comedy of
him who Can
Which Will Be Added
Musical Entertainment of
Song no Supper,
Lawyer in a Sack.
will be given in the next Papers.
Wanted for Cash. [heading]
150 Bags of best quality Coffee or any less number will be received at 8
Stivers, per lb. on or before Tuesday next. Application to Mr. H. Austin in
Bridge-Town, or at the Commercial Coffee House on the American Stelling will be
attended to. About 100 Hogsheads Lime Stone to be disposed of. Demerary,
15th Sept. 1810.
Domicilium Citandi et Executandi of the Subscriber, is at the House of Mr. G.
15th September 1810.
alongside the Brig Valerius, a Small Punt, about 16 feet long and 7 feet broad.
The Owner may have it by applying to the Master at Mr. Pantliz's,
Charles-Town, and Paying the Expences.
15th Sept. 1810.
Authority obtained, I the underwritten First Marshal of the Honorable Court of
Justice of Demerary, shall expose and sell to the highest bidder at Executional
Sale, on Tuesday the 9th day of October next, at the Court House in the Town of
Stabroek, in the presence of the Counsellors Commissaries and their Secretary:
- In behalf of D. Van Sirtema, versus J. N. A. Boedberg, Geo. Campbell, and Ann
Campbell, or their Representatives in this Colony: - The Concession No. 74
situated in Kingston, on Eveleary, with the Dwelling House about 26 feet by 18
feet, standing on Wallaba posts, - out of repair.
- In behalf of C. Kalenberg and N. Volkerts, versus Louisa Warner. - The half
Concession No. 8, with the Buildings thereon, viz. - A Dwelling House of two
stories, and two Out Houses, as it at present is occupied by said Louisa
Warner, on the front lands of Plant. Werk & Rust.
may pretend to have any right to oppose the same, will address themselves in
writing at the Marshal's Office, where I shall receive their opposition and
appoint them a day to go to Law; and those who intend to Purchase will please
attend on the day and place mentioned.
Demerary, 14th September 1810.
Smit, First Marshal.
Wednesday the 19th instant, will be exposed for Sale at the Vendue Office, -
Irish linen, Calicoes, Furniture Chints, Muslins, Boots and Shoes, Gents. and
Ladies Hats, Umbrellas, Oznaburgs, brown Platillas, Coffee Bagging, Beer,
Porter, &c. &c.
15th. Kingston & McBean.
Friday the 21st instant will be exposed for Sale at the Vendue Office, - Dry
Goods, Provisions, Negroes, Furniture, &c. &c.
15th. Kingston & McBean.
Monday the 24th and Wednesday the 25th instant, by order of Chorley & Cook,
at their Store - a general assortment of Goods consisting of sheeting, cotton
and linen platillas, nankeens, check, cotton and linen Britannias, diaper,
jeans, corded dimity, furniture chintz and printed calicoes, bed tick,
ginghams, cotton shirting, counterpanes, hammocks, table cloths and towels,
Ladies and Gentlemens cotton stockings, ditto and ditto hats, Madrass
handkerchiefs, green cloths for tables, boat cloaks, dress coats, pantaloons
& waistcoats, gloves, fine lace, looking glasses, Carpenters tool chests,
mahogany medicine chests, hyson and gunpowder tea, calf and basil [sic - or
bafil] skins, pump leather, Sadlery, Stationary, glass ware, hard ware, tin
ware, silver and plated ware, pit and frame saws, soap in boxes, beef in
barrels, split pease in kegs, pickles & sauces assorted in cases, &c.
15th. Kingston & McBean.
is to inform the Public, that the following Persons intend quitting this
Fanny Harving, in 14 days or 6 weeks
from 30th Aug.
Kernan, in 14 days, from the 31st August.
Stolger, ditto, do.
Elizh. Walcott in 14 days or 6 weeks, from the 6th September.
Sarah C. Walcott, in do. do. from ditto.
Gittens, in ditto or do. from 7th Sept.
McLeay in 14 days or one month from Sep. 10.
Woolford in 14 days or 6 weeks from do.
Elder in 14 days, from the 10th Sept.
L. Soret in one month or 6 weeks, from do.
S. Soret with the free Julie Danaiade and three Slaves in one Month or 6 weeks
Ryan in 14 days from the 11th Sept.
H. Kasche in 14 days or one month from 12th do.
Roberts in 14 days, from ditto.
R. Roach in 14 days, from ditto.
Shand in 14 days, from ditto.
Euston in 14 days or 6 weeks, from 14th do.
McDonald in 14 days or 6 weeks from Sept. 14.
Tinne, senior Clerk.
Virtue of an Order of His Excellency the Governor, as President of the
Honorable Court of Justice of this Colony, are hereby Summoned, all persons who
have any Claim against the nett proceeds of the Sale by Execution of the
Plantation Perth, situate in Mahaicony Creek, in order to give in their said
Claims, agreeable to the Advertisement already issued both here and in Europe,
by the Marshall's [sic] Office, on the first day of the Ordinary Session of
said Court, which will take place in the Month of November next, when the Court
will proceed to decide on said Claims, and after which time no further Claims
will be admitted.
done at the Court-House in Stabroek, Rio Demerary, this 15th September 1810.
Tinne, Senior Clerk, loco Secretarii.
Wednesday the 10th of October, 1810, by order of John Crossman Esq. at the
Plantation L'Alliance, near Capooy Creek, Essequebo:
variety of very elegant Furniture, Plate, Glass ware, Glasses, Guns, Pistols, a
good Horse, some very good Breeding Cattle such as Cows and Sheep, a Schooner
Boat in complete order, and the remains of a Consignment of sundries as may
a most excellent Dwelling House 42 feet long by 40 feet wide, on brick pillars,
with Out buildings. - To be removed before Six Months if disposed of.
6th September 1810.
of the Estates who have Paid their Colonial Tax levied on Slaves for the Year
1808 - Published by order of the Honble. Court of Policy.
& la Libertie 112
Hall & Supply 159
& Mary's Hope 199
in Waterland 28
& Relief 33
& Dantzig 238
& two friends [sic] 522
Milln [sic] 140
& la Retraite 117
(Boven rivier) 8
Sisters, & Alliance 158
(formerly Calcutta) 67
(O. K.) 150
The (Heyliger) 126
& Easy 150
Hope (Sutton & H.) 275
Hope (Lucas) 101
Faith & Adventure 173
of Eden 293
Grove (O. Kust) 356
Hope (O. Kust) 25
Intent & Sisters 545
Grove (de rivier) 164
Fellowship No. 2. 47
Fellowship No. 1 36
De (M. Visser) 78
(O. Kust) 244
Advanture L' 55
& Herstelling 293
te Coever den 291
& Turkeyen 155
(Canal No. 1) 40
(Canal No. 1) 45
& Coodeslust 370
& Ryn 80
(Wed. Vermeir) 24
bonne Intention 301
& Rust 185
Delices (Mahaica) 145
& Beausejour 198
Cijou [sic] Gene &
en Meerzorg 269
Eens & two Friends [sic] 197
Orange Nassau 156
& Zuyl 168
Hope (McRae) 242
or Never 147
(Can. No. 1) 134
& Endeavour 61
& Retreat 82
& Sparendam [illegible]
& Hydepark 308 *
& hagschebos [sic] 128
& Ceres 187
(Canal No. 3) 106
[sic] Carolina 95
nu Tyd & Vlyt 30 *
& Support 74
(Canal No. 2) 137
door Zee 58
Hope & Mauville 6
(O. K.) 182
bakkery vvd Hewel [sic] 32
(J. Challoner) 50
amis & labone mere [sic] 201
De Vrienden 68
Gebroders (canaal) 52
Gebroders (boven riv.) 65
en Vlyt 21
& Grove (Brush) 280
& Vriendschap 22
& Hoop boven riv. 19
& Rust 198
& Westminster 183
& Hoop (Bl. Ferrier) 337
la Force 155
& Mulheim 100