Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1811 October 29


Vol. VI.]

[No. 419.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1811.

HIS Excellency the Governor having received from the Secretary of State, His Royal Highness the Prince Regent's orders to transmit a return of the Population of these Colonies; His Excellency has been pleased to command the undersigned, to make a correct report to him of all the White and Free Coloured Persons, and Slaves, residing in the Town of Stabroek and its Environs. In consequence of which, notice is hereby given, that the Officers of the Militia in said district, are to go round on Thursday next, for this purpose, and all the inhabitants are required to give them the necessary information accordingly.
Lieutenant-Colonel Comdt. D. M.
Demerary, 28th October.

JUST Imported in the Ships Sisters, Capt. Gemmill, 22 days from Newfoundland, Union, Capt. Rennie, 24 days from Halifax, and for Sale by the undersigned.
Cod fish in casks of 4, 6, and 8, quintals,
Pickled salmon in barrels,
Smoaked salmon in boxes,
Mackarel in barrels and half barrels,
Herrings, alewives, and shads in barrels,
Beef and pork in barrels and half barrels,
A few barrels of superfine flour,
Lamp oil in barrels,
White oak staves,
Hhd. shooks with heading,
Pine lumber, and a few spars for Colony boats.
Oct. 29th. EVAN and ANGUS FRASER.

THE Cargo of the Ship United States, Captain Johnson, from Bath:
White Pine lumber of a superior quality
Clapboards, Red Oak Staves
Do. Shooks and Heading, Ash do.
Fish in boxes, Oars, &c.
Rum and Molasses will be received in payment for the above articles, as also for accounts due for stores.
Oct. 28th.

THE Subscriber requests all Persons, having demands against JAMES ROSE, deceased, to render them for examination; and such as are indebted, will please to come forward with payment, as it is the wish of the Subscriber to close the concerns of the deceased in three months from date.
Oct. 29th. Acting Executrix.

ONE JOE REWARD will be given for apprehending, and delivering to the undersigned, at his residence, on Robb's Stelling, a negro boy, named LOVELACE, who has absconded from his services since the 23d inst. He is about 4 feet 5 inches in height, has a yellow spot on his forehead, a very smart boy, and speaks remarkable good English. The Guard at the Block House are particularly requested not to harbour or conceal him, under pain of having the rigour of the law enforced against such as are found offending. Masters of Vessels are hereby cautioned against taking him off the Colony. He will be thankful to the Soldiers about the Garrison (as the fellow is well known in that quarter) should he be found lurking there, to have him secured.
Oct. 29. M. JACOBS.

HUGH MACKENZIE and Co. have imported in the Ship Union, Captain RENNIE, from Halifax, the following articles, which they offer for sale, at their store in Robb's Town: -
[first column]
Beef in whole & half barrels
Pork in do.
Pickled salmon
Smoaked do. in boxes
Mackarel, in whole and half barrels
Herrings, shads, alewives
Superfine flour
Lumber, hoops and staves
Lamp oil, in barrels, tar.
Irish linen, white dowlas
Russia sheeting
Furniture chintz
Linen and cotton platillas
Long lawn, corded dimity
Pink dotted muslin
Dowlas, Marseilles
Damask table-cloths
India salempores
Green baize, Kerseymere
Black sarsenet cambric
Black bombazeen
Cotton cambric
Linen and cotton checks
Green lawn
Ladies' straw bonnets
Ditto black silk hats
Superfine blue and black broad-cloths
Cotton hammocks
Gentlemen's ready-made clothes
Cambric neckcloths
Lined and unlined jackets
Negro blankets
Duck trowsers and frocks
Kilmarnock caps
Hair brooms
Garden watering-cans
Block-tin teakettles
Tin lanthorns
Hook-and-eye hinges
Patent shot
Plated bottle-stands
[second column]
Plated candlesticks
Japanned ditto
Brass ditto
Brass cocks
Brass coverplate locks, with knobs complete
Steelyards, window-pullies
Sodirons, double and single padlocks, and slip-bolts
Saddlery, consisting of gentlemen's elegant hogskin saddles, with or without stuffed flaps; stall-collars, with ropes; chaise whips
Queen's ware assorted, viz. enamelled quart, pint, & 1/2 pint mugs, with or without covers; hand-basons and water-ewers; quart-jugs and chamber-pots; cups and saucers; water decanters; bowls, gallon, three, and two quarts; blue-edged table plates
Carpenters' and coopers' tools
Pumps, 5, 6, & 7, feet long
Canvas, No. 1, 2, and 3
Grapnels and anchors
Silver table-spoons & ladles
Tea ditto
Ivory-handled knives and forks, with carvers
Paint, mill-grease
Square and oval Sandwich trays
Refined sugar, barley
Hoffman's cherry and raspberry brandy
Stoughton's bitters
Best old Grenada rum
Best London particular Madeira wine, in pipes, hhds. and quarter-casks
Salt, in puncheons and barrels, &c.
[end columns]
October 29th.


On Monday, the 11th November, at the Vendue Office, by Order of H. FROST, and D. L. C. MARTINI, sequesters [sic] over Plantation Johanna Cornelia, thereto authorised by the Honourable Court of Justice, - Between 4 and 500 marble slabs, 18 inches square, about 2000 Dutch tiles, and two copper sugar boilers, one 60 and the other 150 gallons.
October 29th. 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;

Mrs. R. Freeman and her Son, in 14 days or 6 weeks, from . . . Oct. 5.
M. Howard, with one servant, in do. or 6 weeks. 8.
E. Afanador, in do. . . . . . . 9.
J. Williams, in do. . . . . . . 11.
H. Parson, in do. . . . . . . . 12.
C. Taylor, in do. . . . . . . . 12.
C. Hendrison, in 14 days . . . 13.
J. Bradford, in 14 days or 6 weeks . . . 22.
K. Johnson and Children, with one servant in do. . . . 23.
F. W. Overweg, in 14 days, . . . . . . . . . 23.
J. Anstice, do. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26.

MESSRS. DONALD MACKAY, HENRY CLEMENTSON, and PETER ROSE, having been appointed by the Honorable Court of Justice of this Colony, Curators of the Insolvent Estate of WILLIAM MACKENZIE and Co. all persons, whom it may concern, will therefore please to take notice thereof accordingly.
Court-House, Stabroek, 29th October, 1811.
P. F. TINNE, Dep. Sec.

In consequence of no arrivals from Europe since our last, we have nothing particular to communicate to our readers, in this number; but, as we understand several vessels are daily expected from England, we hope to be enabled to render our next more interesting.

His Majesty's Commissioners for investigating Accounts of Army Expenditure, departed this Colony yesterday afternoon, in the Schooner Barbados, for Tobago. They were saluted by the Fort as they passed.


Vessels Entered and Cleared.

October 24. Ship Sisters, Gemmill, from Newfoundland.
Schr. Shark, Portland, Surinam.
26. Ship United States, Johnson, Bath.

October 25. Schr. Gov. Bentinck, Mackenzie, for Oronoque.

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