ESSEQUEBO & DEMERARY ROYAL GAZETTE.
TUESDAY, JUNE 11th, 1811.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Executional Sale, which was to be
held this day at the instance of C. MACRAE versus C. L. ROBERTSON, q.q. D. GLASFURD,
did not take place, on special request by said C. MACRAE.
Rio Demerary, 11th June, 1811.
M. SMIT, First Marshal.
FOR the following BILLS OF EXCHANGE, drawn by the Deputy Paymaster
General, on the Right Honorable the Paymaster General of His Majesty's Forces,
London, at SIXTY DAYS Sight.
No. 3176, . . . £ 300.
3179, . . . . 200.
3180, . . . . 200.
3181, . . . . 200.
3183, . . . . 100.
------ £ 1000.
Tenders in Quadruplicate (and on half sheets foolscap paper),
marked "Tenders for Bills of Exchange," will be
received at this Office until Monday next, the 17th Instant, at 10 o'clock in
the morning, when they will be opened in presence of the Officer Commanding His
Majesty's Troops, and the highest, if approved, accepted.
Assist. Comsy. General.
20 Tierces Irish Mess Beef,
Being Provisions not Wanted for the Regular Troops.
A. T. BROWNE.
Demerary, 10th June, 1811.
New Union Coffee House.
11th June, 1811.
THE FOURTH SUBSCRIPTION BALL, to which the Undersigned are
appointed Stewards, is intended to be given on Wednesday the 3d of July.
Subscribers are requested to apply for Admission Tickets at the above
Mr. WILLIAMS, [right pointing bracket, indicating 'Stewards]
Mr. A. TINNE,
This Day is Published,
(In Quarto, Price f 11.)
In the Dutch and English Languages;
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE,
Manner of the Proceedings
IN THE RIVERS
ESSEQUEBO and DEMERARY.
Printed and Sold at the Royal Gazette Office; where may be had
Smith's Medical Instructions.
THE FINE COPPERED and ARMED
Ship JOHN & THOMAS,
Has excellent accommodations for Passengers, and will positively
Sail a running Ship the First Springs in July. For Freight or Passage apply to
the said Master, or
WARDROP & FERGUSON.
THE FINE COPPERED SHIP
Will positively sail the First Springs in July, and join the
August Convoy at Tortola.
For Freight or Passage, apply to said master, or
WARDROP & FERGUSON.
note: no new or modified vendues in this issue.]
is to inform the
that the follow-
Colonie word gead-
dat de volgende
van hier na elders te
Cargill, in 14 days or 6 weeks from 18th May.
Stewart, in 14 days, from do.
Ball, do. do. do.
Ferrier, in 14 days or one month, from 20th do.
Beete, Junr. and Family, with two servants, do.
Charpentier, in 14 days from 22d May.
King, do. do. do. 24th May.
Burges, in 14 days from 25 May.
Robertson, do. or 3 weeks, from do.
Wardle, in 14 days or 6 weeks from May 25
Watson, Senr. ditto 27.
Fowler, in do. or 4 weeks 28.
Mr. Wray, in 14 days 28.
Tavernsen, ditto ditto 30.
Russell, ditto ditto, 30.
Van Braam, ditto ditto 30.
Howard, in do. from 30th May or by the First Packet.
S. M'Culloch, in 14 days from May 31.
S. Walworth, in 14 days from June 1st.
S. Kirton, and Family, in 14 days or 6 weeks, from 1st June.
M'Farlane, in do. or do. from 2d do.
Halket, in do. or One Month, from 3d do.
C. H. Kuster, in do. or 6 week [sic], from 5th do.
Healis, in do. or do. from 5th do.
Wm. Bovell, and Children, in 14 days, or 6 weeks, from 7th June.
Rebecca Marshall, in do. or do. from 7th June.
PHIPPS, Sworn Clerk.
Vendues in Essequebo.
Saturday the 29th of June next, by order of H. H. LUTHERS, Esq. on Plantation
De Vrouw Anna, Leguan Island. - 50 to 60 head of Cattle, household furniture,
the 2d July, at the Vendue Office, by order of Mr. Wm. MOOY, q q the Estate of
K. H. SCHREIBER. A very good Negro, household furniture, a piece of Land
situated on the West Coast of this river, 50 rods facade and 300 rods deep.
order of Mr. J. B. THEYSSE, q.q. the Estate of S. W. MAYERS. - A piece of Land
above Supenaam Creek, Carpenters' tools, &c. and what further may appear.
the same day, a complete assortment of Dry Goods and Provisions. - Also a new
Punt 19 feet by 6 1/2, a Koker Frame of the best Greenheart, 6 feet square by
Essequebo, Fort Island, 10th June, 1811.
HEBBELINCK, Dy. Vend. Mr.
Provision & Licensed Liquor Store.
THE Subscribers respectfully inform the Public, that they have
opened the above, and hope, by their assiduity and attention, as well as by
being constantly in possession of Articles of the first quality and of moderate
price, to receive a share of their favors.
Horses and Chaises for Hire,
The Fares of which will be regulated according to the distance.
GEORGE LACY & Co.
N. B. An excellent BOAT CAPTAIN, who is well acquainted with the
Berbice and Leeward Coasts, and two steady Negro Men, who have been accustomed
to work in a Boat, to be disposed of; and for which Produce will be received in
payment. June 11th.
P. M. - We regret that the Vessel now standing for our River, and which is
supposed to be the William Rathbone, has not arrived soon enough for us to
give, in this day's paper, the important intelligence from Europe, she
doubtless brings: but, as we expect to be as usual immediately favored with
Papers, every preparation shall be made, for the purpose of rendering our
Saturday's number, as interesting as possible.
following curious paragraph made its appearance on Saturday last, in the
Essequebo and Demerary Gazette "A vessel 30 days from Lisbon, came in
on Wednesday evening last; but she, contrary to expectation, brings no
intelligence on which we can place the slightest alliance!!"
Vessels ENTERED and CLEARED.
10. Ship John & Thomas, Capt. Wilson, from Cape of Good Hope, Ballast.
Zephyr, Davis, Lisbon, Ditto.
11 Schr. Good Intent, Capt. Strickland, for Barbados
* THE *
tale,* by O'Liffey, is nonsense I think!"
Said the one to the other who answer'd him - "Pish!
could you expect, (and he gave him a wink,)
When its heroes, good lack, sir! are asses and fish?
It appeared in the Echo, or Essequebo and Demerary Gazette, on Saturday last.
THE FOLLOWING LITTLE TRIBUTE IS OFFERED
What tho' th' unfav'ring clime, denies the pow'r,
And abject need affords no leisure hour;
What tho' the heavy atmosphere precludes,
Poetic fancy, and her charms secludes; -
Yet shall the long-neglected Muse assume,
Her wonted tribute, and to praise presume; -
(Unknown to Genius, me no learning leads
To stray delighted, through poetic meads;
Unknown to fame, no arts adorn my song,
Like Horace pleasing, or like Homer strong;
Some little fancy's all I boast to have,
A little fancy, which dame Nature gave.)
To Britain's friend, I dedicate the lays,
And strive for merit, by announcing praise; -
To him be praises due, who strings his lyre,
And sings the merits of his KING and SIRE!
On him may fancy shed her influence kind,
And with Poetic fire stamp his mind! -
Oh! may no scribbling Critic dare assume
To crush his lays, or his fair fame consume;
No meddling Poetaster sneering bite,
[right pointing brace encompassing the next two lines, presumed to be a
But hold in mem'ry, to correct his spite,
More easy 'tis to Criticise than write. -
So may he long, a much-lov'd Monarch sing,
And with his praises make the welkin ring.
"The Pretended Scotch Officer," a Parody on the Article
signed WHITELOCKE, is inadmissable.
STABROEK: Printed and Published
EVERY TUESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Edward James Henery.