Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1811 October 15


Vol. VI.]

[No. 415.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15th, 1811.

                  OFFICE of ORDNANCE,
                  Demerary, Oct. 14, 1811.
FOR BILLS OF EXCHANGE to be drawn on the principal Officers of His Majesty's Ordnance, London, for 700 Sterling, at Thirty days' sight, in sums not under 50 each, for which, Sealed Tenders endorsed "Tenders for Bills of Exchange," will be received by the Subscriber till 10 o'Clock in the Morning on Monday next, the 21st Instant, when they will be opened in the usual manner and, if approved, accepted.
Ordnance Store-Keeper.

                  October 15, 1811.
WANTED for the use of the Quarter and Barrack Department, -
22 Jars PAINT OIL,
Tenders in Quadruplicate only, endorsed "Tenders for White Lead, Oil, and Brushes," will be received at this Office, until Thursday the 24th Instant, at 9 o'clock in the morning, when they will be opened in presence of the Officer commanding His Majesty's Troops, and the lowest (if approved) accepted.
The Articles to be approved of by the Assistant Quarter and Barrack-Master-General, and delivered at his Store in Camp, agreeable to his requisition.

                  October 12, 1811.
WANTED, for the Use of His Majesty's Troops in this Colony. Persons willing to Supply about Three Thousand Pounds of the first, and Two Thousand Pounds of the latter article, every two months, will pease [sic] send Tenders in quadruplicate to this Office, sealed and marked "Tenders for Sugar or Coffee," until Thursday the 24th Instant, when they will be opened in presence of the Officer Commanding His Majesty's Troops, and the lowest, if approved, accepted.
The Contract to be in force for six months, and the Contractor to bind himself in the Penalty of Two Hundred Pounds Sterling, for the due performance of his contract.
Assistant-Commissary General.

                  October 12, 1811.
WANTED for the use of this Department, for 12 Months from the 24th instant.
Tenders in Quadruplicate, marked "Tenders for Labourers," will be received at this Office until Thursday the 24th Instant, when they will be opened in presence of the Officer Commanding His Majesty's Troops, and the lowest, if approved, accepted.
The Contractor to be bound in the penalty of Two Hundred Pounds Sterling for the due performance of his Contract.

IMPORTED in the Louisa, Captain GRAY, from Glasgow, and for sale by the Subscribers:
[first column]
Irish butter,
Kegs pickled beef,
Do. tongues,
Hung beef,
White herrings,
Truckle cheese,
Pearl barley,
[second column]
Loaf sugar,
Table beer in casks, 9 doz. each,
White wine vinegar,
Cotton bagging,
Coffee do.
Sewing twine.
[end columns]
London particular Madeira wine, negro clothing, Oznaburg, sail cloth, earthen and glass ware, buck beads, knives, and fowling pieces, &c.
A. CARRON and Co.
Who offers for sale, at a moderate advance, a consignment of nails, axes, sugar pans, and grindstones, received per Braganza, LAMB. Oct. 15.

ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of the late Mr. JOHN FOSTER, are requested to make payment of their accounts before the 1st of November next, and those having claims to render them to
Wm. COOK, or [right pointing brace, incompassing the next, and indicating 'Acting Executors.']
Oct. 15th. THOMAS SHUTE.

IMPORTED in the Louisa, Capt. Gray, and for sale by the Subscribers at their Stores in New Town, viz.
Best Irish mess beef and pork, in barrels and half barrels; butter, in firkins and half firkins; hams, cheese, tongues, ling-fish, potatoes, pickled and smoked herrings, peas, barley, pickles, salad oil, vinegar, olives, capers, fish sauces, &c.
On Consignment,
An assortment of muslins, jeans, quiltings, Prince's cord, corded dimity, printed calicoes, checks, stripes, ginghams, cotton cambric, pullicate handkerchiefs, &c. which will be sold very cheap for immediate payment.
On Hand,
Cherry and raspberry brandy, Madeira wine, porter and beer, refined sugar, tea, black Jamaica pepper, spices assorted, paint and paint oil, lamp and neatsfoot ditto, crown glass, nails 4d. to 30d. boat and coopers' ditto, carpenters' and coopers' tools, cordage and canvas assorted, cotton and coffee bagging, brass wire coffee manaries, sheet-lead, hoes, shovels and cutlasses, adzes and axes, dish-covers, table mats; black, blue, and bottle-green broad-cloth, black cassimere, ready-made clothes, Russia sheeting, flannel, worsted socks, green baize and gauze, black silk Florentine, crape, bombazeen, hats, boots and shoes, Negro clothing, stationary, saddlery, &c.
Oct. 15. HENRY HALKET & Co.

THE Commissaries of the District of Bridge Town, wish to contract with some person for building a BRICK DRAINAGE in Middle-Street, with all materials found by the Contractor; particulars for which will be given by either of the undersigned, and tenders for the same received within one month from date, when the lowest offer, if approved, will be accepted. Half the cash to be paid when one side of the street shall be finished, and the balance when completed.
October 15th. HENRY AUSTIN.

THE Undersigned appointed by the Honourable Court of Justice of this Colony as Curators to the Estate of the late Mr. ROBERT YOUNGHUSBAND, request all Persons indebted to said estate, to make immediate payment. All notes and accounts that may remain unsettled one month from this date, will be put in the hands of a Lawyer, in order to make a speedy settlement.
F. A. VERNEDE, q. q.
Oct. 15th. L. M'BEAN, q. q.

For Sale by the Subscriber,
THE Cargo of the Brig Mariner, Captain M'CLINTOCK, from Portsmouth, on reasonable terms, consisting of
Fish in hogsheads and boxes,
Lumber, Red Oak Staves,
Red and White Oak Shooks, Wood Hoops,
Alewives, Crackers, Rice, Beans, and Oats.
Madeira Wine in quarter-casks, and per dozen, nails and spikes, and a few barrels Brazil nuts.
October 15. Robb's Stelling.

THE Domicilium Citandi et Executandi of the Subscriber, will in future be at the house of J. C. CORDES, Esq. Fort Island.
Oct. 14th. D. FLEISCHMAN.

WHEREAS the Heifer found in Belmont plantain walk, and advertised some time ago, is not yet claimed - Notice is hereby given, that she will be sold at Public Vendue, at the Plantation Good Intent, Mahaica, on the Eighth day of November, if not owned before then. She is of a light brown colour, and has a white star in her forehead, from eighteen months to two years old.
October 15th. Dep. Vendue Masters.

FOR sale by the Subscribers for Cash only, being a Consignment from Barbados.
Cork May Butter, at f 77.
Superfine Flour, at 40
Cordage (first quality) at 17 1/2 stivs. per lb.
Oct. 15th. NURSE and TROUGHTON.


On Tuesday the 22d October, [see 18110928EDRG] . . .
On the same day by Order of Mr. W. B. FARRAR, Executor to the Estate of WM. HOOPER, deceased, - Several articles of furniture, &c.
September 28th. KINGSTON and M'BEAN.

On Wednesday the 23d of October, at the Orphan Chamber. - Furniture, wearing apparel, negroes, cows, and calves, &c.
October 15th. KINGSTON and M'BEAN.

On Tuesday the 12th November next, [see 18111012EDRG] . . .
On the same day, by order of Mr. S. CRAMER, as Curator to the Insolvent Estate of the late FRANCES FRITH, widow of Mr. JOHN MACKAY, deceased, some furniture and Negroes.
Oct. 12th. KINGSTON and M'BEAN.


This is to inform the
Public, that the following
Persons intend quitting this

Van het Secretary deezer
Colonie word geadverteerd,
dat de volgende Persoonen
van voorneemens zyn van hier
na elders te vertrekken, viz;

T. C. Long, will Transport to Berbice, in 14 days from 1st October, 1811, Nine Slaves, the property of Mrs. Long, formerly Mrs. Jones, the Names to be seen at this Office.
Mrs. R. Freeman and her Son, in 14 days or 6 weeks, from . . . Oct. 5.
J. F. Hoesberg, in 14 days, from . . . . 7.
P. W. Cuvilje, in do. . . . . . . . . . 7.
M. Howard, with one servant, in do. or 6 weeks. 8.
E. Afanador, in do. . . . . . . 9.
J. Williams, in do. . . . . . . 11.

AT the request of Mr. COLIN MACRAE, notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that he intends quitting this colony after fourteen days from this date.
Secretary's Office, 13th Oct. 1811.
A. TINNE, Senior Clerk.

VAN weegens de Heer COLIN MACRAE word hiermede bekend gemaakt, aan alle die geenen die zulks mogte aangaan, dat hy van voorneemens is na verloop van viertien dagen deeze Colonie te verlaaten.
Secretary, 13e October, 1811.
A. TINNE, Oudste Clercq.

Public Vendue in Essequebo.

ON the 5th of November next, by order of the Honble. Fiscal - a negro named Hazelwood, also Jauw, belonging to Plantation Friendship, brought by the Hon. J. BONJES, on the 3d February, 1811.
By order of the Board of Orphan Chamber - a Concession and a house, situated between the house belonging to the Hon. J. G. WALTELING and the house formerly belonging to Mr. A. FLEISCHMAN, deceased. Also a piece of land situated in the upper river, the property of the Estate of P. SCHWEITZER, deceased.
Essequebo, Fort Island, 10th October.

By His Excellency HENRY WILLIAM BENTINCK, Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Colonies of Demerary and Essequebo, with their dependent Districts, Vice Admiral, and President in all Courts and Colleges within the same, &c. &c.
WHEREAS a vacancy has taken place in the Board of Financial Representatives of this River, in consequence of the period for which JOHN WILSON, Esq. was elected, having expired,
I have thought fit to issue this my Proclamation, thereby calling on all inhabitants who, being possessed of twenty-five slaves, or upwards, are entitled to vote for the election of Financial Representatives, to give in their votes for a Financial Representative, in the room of the said JOHN WILSON, Esq.
The votes, which ought to be signed and sealed up, must be deposited, before the 1st of November next, at the Government Secretary's Office in Stabroek, (where a sealed box is placed to receive them), as on that day they will be examined, with the usual formalities; and the person elected to the vacant situation aforesaid proclaimed accordingly.
Given at the King's House in Stabroek, Demerary,
this 14th of October, 1811.
(Signed) H. W. BENTINCK.
By Command,
P. F. TINNE, Dep. Sec.

Since our last, the Louisa, Capt. Gray, from Glasgow, and the John, from Liverpool, have made their appearance in this River; but they bring no particular intelligence.

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