Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1811 November 16

Vol. VI.]


[No. 424.



            COLONIAL-RECEIVER'S OFFICE, [heading]
                  Stabroek, Nov. 16, 1811.
NOTICE is hereby given to the Public, that the Colonial-Receiver has, with the approbation of the Honourable Court of Policy, removed his Office to the House of Mr. J. M. Spooner, where the King's Receiver's Office is kept.

FOR SALE, [heading]
The Cargo of the Schooner Industry, Captain Falsom, from Portsmouth; consisting of
White pine lumber,
White and red oak shooks, and heading,
R. O. staves,
Fish in Hhds. and boxes,
Tobacco in hogsheads,
Tar in barrels,
Lamp oil in do.
Best Quality Coffee will be received in payment for Fish, and Rum or Molasses for the other articles.
Cumingsburg, 13th November.

NOTICE. [heading]
THE Undersigned requests all those who have any demands against him for stores, &c. or are the holders of any notes-of-hand, to render their accounts, and call for payment at his office, before the 1st day of January next; in order that he may be able to settle his affairs.
Demerary, Nov. 16. HUGO CANTZLAAR.

M. Wagener, born Van Gennip, informs those whom it may concern, that she has empowered Mr. F. C. H. Kuster to transact all her affairs. She requests those who may have any business with her, either in privé or in her capacity relative to the estate of her former deceased husband, Mr. Visser, to make application to the said Mr. Kuster.
Nov. 16.

NOTICE - The Domicilium Citandi et Executandi of the undersigned, as privé and q. q. likewise that of the Firm of F. Kuster & Co. is at the house of Mr. G. Angle.
Nov. 16. M. WAGENER.

F. KUSTER & Co. have for sale green-heart, Wallaba and other squared timbers; Wallaba shingles and staves, spar, brown silver-bally, and other boards and plank. Any quantity of the above articles may be had, at a short notice, on application at Plantation Two Brothers, west-bank of this River. F. Kuster & Co. have on hand a House-frame, 30 feet long by 18 feet wide, two stories high, the lower story 7 1/2 feet, and upper 9 feet high; likewise a large Coker-sluice; both built of the best materials.
Nov. 16.

Ten prime Field Negroes [heading]
FOR HIRE. [heading]
Enquire at the store of
Nov. 16. H. MACKENZIE and Co.

NOTICE. [heading]
ALL Persons who have any demands against the estate of the late William Strachan, are requested to render them duly attested, to the subscriber; and all those who are indebted thereto are required to make immediate payment.
Mahaica, Nov. 15. A. JACKSON, Executor.

IMPORTED in the American Brig Nautilus, Capt. Dennison, and for sale by the Subscribers, the following articles, for which rum or molasses will be taken in payment:
Fish and lumber
Red and white oak shooks, with heading
Red oak staves
Wood hoops
Mackarel and Shads
Flour of a superior quality, in barrel and 1/2 barrels.
Nov. 16. SIMPSON, ROSE, CROAL, & Co.

IN DEMERARY. [heading]

On Friday the 21st of November, [see 18111112EDRG] . . .
Also by order of Mrs. E. L. Price, Executrix to James Rose, deceased - a good saddle horse with saddle and bridle, now on the West coast of Essequebo, and if not brought up previous to the day of sale, will be sold as absent; a small yawl, a large water vat, wearing apparel, &c.
November 12th. KINGSTON and M'BEAN.

DEMERARY. [heading]

This is to inform the
Public, that the follow-
ing Persons intend
quitting this Colony;-

deezer Colonie word gead-
verteerd 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.
J. Williams, in do. . . . 11.
H. Parson, in do. . . . 12.
C. Taylor, in do. . . . 12.
K. Johnson and Children, with one servant in do. . . . 23.
William Hawkes, with his servant, Louis, in 14 days, or 6 weeks, 26.
J. Reed, do. . . . 28.
Alexander Izat, do. or one month, . . . 29.
Mrs. Atkins & family, in 14 days, from Nov. 2.
J. B. Young, do. . . . 2.
J. Van Ostrum, do. . . . 2.
J. Frankland, and family, with five slaves, (names to be seen at this Office), in 14 days, or 3 weeks from, . . . 8.
W. Campbell, in 14 days, or 3 weeks from . . . 15.
M. Kendrick, in 14 days, from . . . 16.
Sworn Clerk.

                  Office of Ordnance,
                  Demerary, Nov. 16, 1811.
Any Person or persons willing to supply the following articles for the Ordnance Department, are requested to send sealed tenders, addressed to the subscriber, marked on the envelope what article the tender is for. till 12 o'clock at noon, on Thursday the 21st instant, which will be opened by the respective Officers, and the most advantageous offer or offers, if approved, accepted.
7000 feet of inch Lumber,
3000 wallaba Staves, 6 feet long,
21 Blankets, (for the Royal Artillery),
The staves and blankets to be delivered at the Fort, and the lumber to be put on board a schooner in the river, free of expence, to be conveyed to Berbice with some other articles; for conveying which, by the trip, people are likewise requested to tender. - The schooner will be wanted about the end of next week.
C. J. O'Hara,
Ordnance Store-Keeper.

The Good-Intent, Capt. Strickland, arrived from Barbados, about noon on Wednesday last. The Papers of that Island are to the 28th ult. but their contents have been already laid before the public.

By His Majesty's Ship Surinam, which arrived on Thursday last, we learn the death of His Excellency Charles Bentinck. His Excellency died, with Christian fortitude, after a short illness, on Friday the 8th instant, in the 46th year of his age. He was a man so generally esteemed that he could not but be regretted by all who knew him.

For London. [heading]
[sailing ship icon] The Ship Amazon, Robert Reid, Master.
Also the Ship Louisa, John Gray, Master.
Will sail hence the middle of January. These Vessels being well armed and manned, will sail together, and if possible keep company all the way to London. For Freight or Passage apply to said Masters, or
Fullerton, Oliverson and Co.
Nov. 16.

Custom-House, Demerary. [heading]

Vessels Entered and Cleared. [heading]

Entered. [heading]
Nov. 11. Schr. Ann, Capt. De Munnick, from Surinam.
12. Ship Amazon, Reid, Glasgow.
Ship Nereid, Johnstone, Glasgow.
13. Schr. Industry, Folwin, Portsmouth, N.A.

Cleared. [heading]
Nov. 11. Brig Cicinnatus [sic], Tarr, for Portsmouth, N.A.
12. Ship Ld. Collingwood, Campbell, Liverpool.
Brig Vigilant, Stevens, Liverpool.

Runaway and Arrested Slaves, [heading]
In the Colony-Stocks of Demerary. [heading]



Brought by


Pl. La Resource,

Pl. Meerzorg.





Dr. Reitser,

Pl. Georgia.





Pl. Elizabeth-hall,

Juff. de Wolf



Pl. Vergennoegen.


Bennet (Berbice)



Juff. Doresten,




Pl. Covent Garden.



Pl. Plaisance,

Jan Will,

Pl. Unite,




Dr. Muller,


M. Bourda,

Pl. Petershall,

Nov. 16th. F. Strunkay, Scout.

Runaway and Arrested Slaves, [heading]
In the Colony-Stocks of Essequebo. [heading]



Brought by



H. Hendresse,


Dr. King,

A. Henderson,




Nov. 16. W. V. D. Wagt, Scout.

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