Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1811 March 19
TUESDAY, MARCH 19th, 1811.
TO BE SOLD.
THE Subscriber begs leave to request a
Meeting of all his Creditors, at his House in Bridge Town, at 10 o'Clock A. M.
on Thursday the 28th Instant, in order to lay before them, a statement of his
affairs, and adopt such measures for the liquidation of his debts as shall be
a decent family of White People be inclined to live in the House of the
undersigned at Yorkshire Hall, gratis, for One Year, with the free use of
all its Improvements and Garden, nevertheless on certain easy conditions, can
apply to the undersigned before next Saturday.
On Tuesday the 22d Instant, [see 18110302EDRG] . . .
On Thursday the 28th of March, [see 18110312EDRG] . . .
Secretary's Office, Essequebo.
ALZOO den WelEd: Gest: Heer JAN BONJES, met zyn Ed's: Dochter,
Mejuffrow C. R. HELMERS, een vry man-servant Azor, en een mulat slaaf gemaamd [sic]
Susannah, voorneemens is, binnen den tyd van Viertien dagen na dato, deeze
Colonie te verlaten; Zo word zulks aan het publicq geadverteerd, ten einde een
yder welke iets van z'Ed: Gest: mogte te pretendeeren hebben zulks binnen
opgemelde tyd te koomen ontsangen also na expiratie van voorschz: viertien
dagen geen betaaling voor zoodanige pretentien als welke niet op de gefixeerde
tyd ter voldoening zullen gepresenteerd worden, zal worden gedaar.
ALLEN den geenen die iets te pretendeeren
hebben van ofte verschuldigd zyn aan de Heer P. C. MOLL, worden verzogt daarvan
binnen den tyd van twee maanden na dato deezes, opgaaf en betaaling te boen ter
Secretary alhier, also zyn Edele voorneemens is, na expiratie van die tyd deeze
Colonie te verlaaten.
Average Cash Prices of Produce in Stabroek this day.
No arrivals since our last, but as, in consequence of the vast influx of advertisements, we were under the necessity of curtailing our extracts from the papers brought by the John, and kindly and immediately handed to us, recourse has again been had to them.
In the House of Representatives of the United States, on the 6th ult. A Committee on the subject of their Foreign Relations was formed, when the re-consideration of the Bill supplemental to the Non-intercourse Law was moved for, and an amendment proposed by a Mr. Emott; this had for its objet the propriety of its suspension for the present. He spoke a considerable time in favour of this proposition and it was afterwards referred to a further consideration of the Committe [sic]. – It is now understood, that by the wording of the Non-intercourse Law, and the repeal of certain sections by the President's Proclamation, no penalties can be incurred under it, previous to the 20th of May next.
From Buenos Ayres, we learn, that Chili, Lima, and her dependencies, have formed Juntas, on the plan of the Revolutionists, and disclaimed all connection with the Regency of Old Spain.
Some letters from Holland have been received, which mention that Bonaparte has ordered a large conscription in that unhappy country. – They add that very great anxiety is felt for the King of Britain, and general wishes expressed for his recovery.
The misunderstanding which took place between the Bey of Tunis and Mr. Cox, the American Consul, so far back as August, has not, we learn, been entirely adjusted; but owing to the rapacious and vengeful character of the African tyrant, still menaces the trade of the United States in that sea. The dispute originated in the following circumstance, - An American ship was captured by a French privateer, and carried into Tunis where she was purchased by a Minister of the Bey's, put under Tunisian colours and sent to Malta. Her former supercarge being there, appealed to the Britsh Court of Admiralty to have her stopped, in consequence of some illegality in the condemnation. They declined interfering, as out of their jurisdiction. He then applied to the tribunal, at Malta; they stopped the ship, and the case is now in ajudication in that Court. The Bey, on being informed, of the detention of the vessel, immediately confiscated all the American property in Tunis, amounting to 200,000 dollars; and though subsequently an offer was made to restore the vessel, he rejected all advances to accommodation, unless he were permitted to retain the greater part of the property he had unjustly possessed himself of.
Vessels ENTERED and CLEARED.
ENTERED. - None.
the lamented Death of a Lady who depart this
is that heart, which once with fervor beat;
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