Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1812 February 18

Vol. VII.]


[No. 451.



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Proclamation, [heading]
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[image of a seal, a broken circle, with the letters 'L. S.' within]
H. W. Bentinck.
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By His Excellency Henry William Bentinck, Esquire, Governor and Commander in Chief of the Colonies of Demerara and Essequibo, Vice-Admiral of the same, President in all Courts, Colleges, &c. &c. &c.
To all to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting!
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WHEREAS His Royal Highness the Prince Regent has been pleased to signify his commands, that the ENGLISH LANGUAGE should be introduced in all proceeding before the Courts of Law within this Government: I have to direct, and I do, hereby, direct, that, all Citations, or other Commencement of any Suit or Action to be commenced, and all subsequent Proceedings thereon, before any of the Courts of Law, either in Demerara or Essequibo, shall, in future, be framed and pursued in the ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
And all persons whom these presents doth, shall, and may concern, are enjoined to observe the directions herein contained, and conduct themselves accordingly.
Given under my Hand and Seal-at-Arms, at the King's House, Stabroek, this 14th Day of February, 1812, and in the 52d Year of His Majesty's Reign.
H. W. Bentinck.
By His Excellency's Command,
L. Van Rossum,
Ag. Gov. Sec.
GOD SAVE THE KING! [centered]

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DEMERARY.             King's House, Stabroek
                  15th Feb. 1812.
The Governor has been pleased to appoint C. A. Baron Van Grovestins Book-Holder-General of this Colony.
By His Excellency's Command,
F. White,
Gov. Sec.

By His Excellency Henry William Bentinck, Governor and Commander in Chief in and over the Colonies of Essequebo and Demerary, and their Dependencies, Vice-Admiral, &c. &c. and the Honourable Court of Policy of the said Colonies, &c. &c.
Unto all whom these Presents may or shall concern, Greeting, be it known:
WHEREAS it is necessary again to furnish the Government Chest with Funds to make good the different annual Payments that must be defrayed from it for carrying on the Public Service.
We therefore, on His Excellency the Governor's proposition, have resolved to levy, and hereby do levy, the Capitation Tax due for the Year 1810, to be paid by each and every Slave holder, agreeable to the established mode and in the same manner as the Tax last raised for the Year 1809, - viz: at the Rate of Three Guilders ten stivers respectively for each and every Working Male or Female Slave past 12 Years of Age and of One Guilder for all Children from 3 to 12 Years.
It is also ordered in conformity to the system established by the existing Ordinances of Taxing House Slaves at a higher rate, that all Persons Possessing Three Male or Female House or Domestic Slaves or less, shall Pay for each of them the Sum of Six Guilders.
Those Possessing Four, a Sum of Ten Guilders as above.
Those Possessing Five, a Sum of Fifteen Guilders as above.
Those Possessing Six, a Sum of Twenty Guilders as above.
Those Possessing Seven, a Sum of Twenty-five Guilders as above.
Those Possessing Eight, a Sum of Thirty Guilders as above.
Those Possessing Nine and upwards, a rate of Forty Guilders as above.
From which encreased rate of Head Money respecting House or Domestic Slaves, are however to be exempted all Planters residing on their Estates, also the Governor to the number of 20 Domestic Slaves, the Members of the respective Courts, the Secretaries of the Courts, the Receivers of the Government and Colony Chests, and the Vendue Masters, to the number of six House Slaves, and all other Persons in Public Employments, who are obliged to reside in the chief Towns or their Precincts, to that of Four Domesticks.
Tradesmen are to Pay for each Slave they Employ in their respective Arts or Trades, Seven Guilders.
All free Women of Colour shall Pay for their own Persons a sum of Ten Guilders: - the other Regulations respecting free Men of Colour to remain in force as established by other Ordinances in this behalf.
And in order the collecting of the necessary returns and the Payment of the said Head Money may be completed in a regular manner, We do hereby order and direct as follows:-
That all Planters in these Colonies, whether Proprietors or Attornies, shall give in before the 1st of May 1812, exact returns, subscribed by them under a tender of Oath, of the Slaves on each Plantation belonging to them or under their Administration, according to the number of the said Slaves up to the 31st December 1810, which particulars are to be given in as pointed out in the return, a form of which is printed at the foot of the present publication, and whereof blanks will be left besides at the respective Receiver's Offices, to be filled up by those it may concern.
That further such of the Inhabitants as, tho' residents on, are not Proprietors of any Estates, and also those residing in the respective Towns or their Precincts, or in any other place in the Colonies not being a Plantation, shall likewise be obliged to give in exact returns under a tender of Oath, of his, her or their Male or Female Slaves, Domesticks, Handicraft and other Slaves agreeable to the second form printed at the foot of the present publication, and blanks of which may also be had at the respective Receivers' Offices.
The different returns before-mentioned are to be filled up with the utmost accuracy, so as distinctly to state the number of Slaves of each description herein mentioned, as well as the general number of Slaves on each Plantation in the Year 1810.
It is further order that Payment of the said Capitation Tax for the Year 1810 shall be made before the 1st of May 1812, at the same time of giving in the returns herein before required, either in Cash, Bills of Exchange to the satisfaction of the Receivers, or in approved Claims against the Government Chest
It is also ordered that the respective Receivers of the Government Chest shall, for the purpose of receiving the different Returns and Payments herein before respectively required, give attendance at their respective Offices from the date hereof, every day in the Week, (Saturdays, Sundays and Holydays excepted,) from 9 o'Clock in the Morning till 1 o'Clock in the Afternoon; the whole on pain that those who shall be faultive in giving in returns and in making payments in the manner and at the time herein before directed and limited, shall, on the expiration of the said period, be charged or debited in the Books of the Receiver with a sum equal to the amount of the Captitation Tax which they may appear to have paid for the Year 1809, with the addition of one-fourth or 25 per Centum of such amount which amount and additional Sum shall then, if necessary, be recoverable from the defaulters by Summary Execution.
Such Persons as may not be mentioned or occur at all in the former Books of the Receivers and are faultive in giving in their returns in the manner herein before directed, shall immediately forfeit, independant of the Taxes, a penal sum of One hundred and Fifty Guilders, to be applied to the Government Chest.
All those Proprietors of Plantations in both Colonies who (agreeable to the 6th Article of the Regulations respecting grants of land enacted by the former Sovereign on the 24th July 1792.) are liable to an annual Acre-Money at the rate of 3[?] Stivers per acre for first depths, and of two Stivers per acre for second depths, are further hereby called upon and required to make payment of the Acre money due by them respectively, before the 1st May 1812, at the Office of the respective Receivers of the King's Chest, on pain, in default thereof, of incurring the penalty provided by the aforesaid Regulations, and of their being immediately, after the 1st May next, debited with double the amount of the rates due by them, and the same to be recovered by Summary Execution.
And that no ignorance may be pretended of what is herein before directed and required, these presents shall be Published, posted up, Printed and sent round for general information.
Thus done in Our Assembly held in the Town of Stabroek, Demerary, on the 1st of February, 1812, and Published on the 18th of February next following.
H. W. Bentinck.
By Command of the Court,
P. F. Tinne,
Dy: Secty. of the Colony.

Capitation Tax for the Year 1810.
Returns of Slaves appertaining to Plantations -
Working Field People . . .
Children from 3 to 12 Years of Age . . .
Sucking Children and Invalids . . .
Free Women of Colour . . .

Capitation Tax for the Year 1810.
Return of Slaves appertaining to
Domesticks . . .
Tradesmen . . .
Field Negroes . . .
Children from 3 to 12 Years . . .
Sucking Children and Invalids . . .
Free Women of Colour . . .

A Dutch Translation of the above will be given in our next.

                  Demerary, 18th February, 1812.
PERSONS willing to contract for the following work, viz. - Making a brick or wooden cistern in the yard of the Public Jail, new spouts all round the same, paving the lower floor, and other repairs; erecting a small building, next the said jail for the Under-Sheriff; putting in repair the Colony-House, and out-houses, railing it in all round, and making a new kitchen; repairing the brick draining-sluice of the town of Stabroek and making a new roof and wings thereto - will be pleased to give in tenders for the whole or part thereof, at this Office, where plans may be seen, until Monday the 2d of March next, when they will be opened in presence of His Excellency the Governor, and a Member of the Court, and the lowest offer or offers accepted.
The Contractor to be bound in the penalty of one hundred pounds sterling for the due performance of the contract.
F. Van Den Velden,

THE Subscribers have received by the Ship Caledonia, Capt. Cameron, from Liverpool, and on sale at their Store, reasonable for immediate payment, the following articles, viz.
Best mess beef, in whole and half barrels; best mess pork, in half barrels; ling-fish, potates, ham, slender beer, solid porter, best brown-stout porter, tongues, double Gloster cheese, pine-cheese, best cork butter, jars of tripe, vinegar, mustard, fish-sauce, pickles assorted, pickled herrings, superior old port wine, salad-oil, double refined sugars, in small loaves, sago, black-pepper, split-peas; salt, in tierces and barrels; oats, in puncheons and tierces; candles, soap, tallow, mill-grease; white, green, and blue paint; paint-oil, lamp-oil; Spanish-brown ground in oil, dry Spanish-brown, red ochre, lamp-black, spirits of turpentine, lined and unlined Negro-jackets, women's wrappers, blankets, hats, tradesmen's fine jackets and hats, blue duffle and duck trowsers, Negro-pipes, green baize, real Russia sheeting and ravensduck, fine camblet-boat-cloaks, best double camblet ditto; best superfine black coats; fashionable superfine blue ditto; fashionable superfine green, grey, and olive, ditto; fashionable superfine blue and coloured coatees and jackets; worsted pantaloons, superfine blue cloth ditto; silk umbrellas, cotton ditto; white beaver flannel jackets, fine white quilting and fancy-printed vests, rich black Barcelona fashionable rich fancy silk Bandannas; elastic cotton net braces, ditto ditto double springs, patent elastic doe-leather ditto; superfine Leghon hats, children's and boys' ditto, planters' broad-rimmed ditto, gentlemen's superfine ditto; ladies' drab hats, ladies' and gentlemen's stockings, dress and strong planters' shoes, boots, neat hunting-saddles, best plated twisted snaffle-bridles, best plated bitt and bradoon ditto, neat jockey and chaise whips, best plated spurs with leathers, Weymouth heads and reins, stable-collars, martingales, hemp halters, web-heads; Buck-knives, axes, razors and looking-glasses; carved horn-handled knives, handled hachets, cork-screws, carpenters' broad axes, felling-axes, cassada bakes; gouges, assorted; socket-chissels, 1/4 to 2-inch; cast-steel chissels, assorted; fine stock-locks, 6 to 14 inches; double bolted padlocks, best hand and board vices, best metal tea and table spoons, brass padlocks, chest locks, saw-sets, carpenters' compasses, masons' trowels, patent shot, treble-seal gunpowder, gun-flints, wine-corks, but-cocks, with keys, sets of knives and forks, plain and fluted, 3 prongs; carvers, plain and guarded; best cast-steel hand-saws, common ditto, tenon-saws; stay-hooks and staples; HL and T hinges, assorted; strong bands and gudgeons, 8 to 25-inch; coopers' axes, drivers, chissels, punches, inshavers, nail adzes, sharp ditto, drawing-knives, flaging-irons, spokeshaves, compasses, bung-borers; ship scrapers, helved-hatchets, hammers, gimblets, assorted; scowring-ramrods, complete; teakettles, gridirons, and fryingpans; best Kirby fish-hooks, hour-glasses, small ivory rules, 2 and 3 foot rules, strong coffee-mills, whip-saws, whip and cross-cut saw-files, slates and pencils; sailors' palms mounted; fine penknives, ivory handled desk ditto, pocket-knives, sportsmen's ditto, best plated liquor-frames and cruet-stands, sets of green and white ivory-handled knives and forks, with carvers and desert knives; red bottled-sliders, plated ditto, plated candlesticks, snuffers, and stands; sugar canisters, fish kettles, soup ditto, tin dish-covers, wine corks, japanned candlesticks and waiters, hoes, shovels, cutlasses, and trimming knives; nails, 4d. to 30d. puncheon rivets, coopers' nais, boat nails, 4 1/2 to 5 1/2 inches, worm-screws, double jack screws, iron-chests, boat-chains, puncheon and hogshead truss-hoops, vat and puncheon iron hoops, long wood hoops, grindstones, sugar-skimmers, sheet copper, copper nails, coffee-manaries, squares of window glass, dining tables, with D ends; card, Pembroke, and breakfast, tables; bedsteads, complete, with mattrasses, bolsters, and curtains; Grecian backed chairs, bason stands, with cupboard and drawers, night-tables, handsom guardivines, neat portable writing-desks, brass mounted, small red-leather trunks, large dressing-boxes British plates with drawers; square landscape ditto, turned pillars; oval ditto, reeded standards; paint, crumb, and furniture, brushes; marking-brushes, broom and broomster brushes, gauging-rods, proof bubbles and phials; earthenware, in crates, assorted; best white and Egyptian black tea-pot and coffee-pots; table-services, complete, blue painted Gothic ruins; glass-ware, assorted, pint and 1/2-pint-tumblers; wine, plain and fluted, half-pint goblets, rummers, decanters, square bottles, India shades, finger-cups, &c.; Spanish paper, bills of lading and exchange; blotting, blue dem, and wrapping paper; common post, best laid and wove ditto; first-quality foolscap, pocket-ledgers, half-bound blank books, best quills, large and small sets of books, wafers, in tin boxes, black-lead pencils, silver pencil-cases, &c.
AND ON HAND, [centered]
Madeira wine per dozen, yellow and black paint, neatsfoot oil, Glauber salts, bark, calomel; cordage, Russia and common canvas, sail-needles and twine, sein twine; fishing, deep-sea, planting, and chalk, lines; cotton and coffee bagging, red flannel shirts, Kilmarnock caps, cotton and linen check, pullicate handkerchiefs, cotton check, calicoes, ginghams, seersuckers, musquito net, bed tick, brown holland, platillas, superfine and common dowlas, bed sheeting, table-cloths, Irish linen, cotton hammocks, blue Bengals, fine lace, cotton and French cambric, cotton shirting, ready-made shirts, corded dimity, fine quilting, royal rib, India jean, ladies' hats, with feathers; patent candlesticks, with shades; best buck-skin gloves, blue and black broad-cloth, corduroy, Nun's thread, Dutch steelyards, fusees, with bayonets, sodirons, beads, jib-hanks, blocks, mast-hoops, anchors, and cabooses, for colony boat, large anchors, carpenters' tools, gin-cranks, bright bolts, hood-and-eye hinges, brass chamber and drawer locks, sheet-lead, large liquor-vats, about 500 gallons, lumber, shingles, &c. &c.
Feb. 18. M'Inroy, Sandbach, & Co.

D. SMITH has the following articles for sale, at his store next the Vendue Office, viz.-
Best Cumberland hams, potatoes in hampers, pickled herrings in small kegs, Irish mess beef in half barrels, port wine in bottles, old rum, tobacco in hogsheads and per pound, rock salt in puncheons and in barrels, fine table salt in casks and baskets, Lundifoot's and Scotch snuff, hyson tea, black pepper, cotton hammocks from 10 to 13 feet wide, gentlemen's waistcoats and jean trowsers, do. jockey, half, and full-dress boots, do. strong and half-dress shoes, children's shoes, and ladies' slippers, beaver, tradesmen's and servant's hats, cotton cambric, chintz, calicoes, and check, table-cloths, and a variety of handkerchiefs; new [illegible]gentred penknives with 2 and 4 blades, patent razors, and a variety of other cutlery; table and drawer furniture, jewellery, glass and earthen ware, fowling-pieces, a few kegs 10d. and 12d. nails, screws from 1/4 inch to 3 1/2 do. a few coils cordage, and a variety of other articles.
Also a consignment of ladies' red parasols, large size, which will be sold below first cost, for ready payment.
Feb. 18.

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IMPORTED by the Subscriber, in addition to what he lately advertised, in the Caledonia, from Liverpool, just arrived and on sale at his store, cheap for immediate payment:
Mess beef and pork, in half barrels
Double-Gloucester and pine cheese
Cork rose butter, in whole and half barrels
Negro cloathing, and a variety of hardware, too tedious to enumerate.
Feb. 15. Archibald Iver.

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NOTICE. [heading]
THE Undersigned by virtue of a power of attorney from the Heir ab intestato of the late James Anderson, who died at Plantation Richmond, in Essequebo, on the 23d of March last, having received his papers and effects out of the Orphan Chamber in Essequebo, hereby request all those who are indebted to the deceased, to make payment to either of the undersigned as early as possible; and those who may have any claims against him are requested to render the same, properly attested, at the store of Messrs. John and Charles Mackintosh, so as to bring the affairs of the deceased to a final close without loss of time.
John Haywood,
Feb. 14. D. Mackay.

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NOTICE is hereby given, that in consequence of an order from the Hon. Court of Justice of this Colony, to the Trustees of the Estate of John Campbell, deceased, dated 25th of January, 1812, all outstanding debts, appearing to be due to the said estate on the face of the books, wil be publicly sold at Vendue; correct lists of the amount of such debts still due, together with the names of the persons appearing to be so indebted, being previously inserted in the newspapers. - All persons owing money to the sad estate, are therefore again requested to call at the [illegible]ffice of Messrs. Cantzlaar, J.Z. and De Veer, within 14 days from this date, in order to settle the accounts respectively due by them. Demerary, Feb. 14.

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WANTS a situation, a young man, either in a Store or to go in a Colony-Boat, being well acquainted with the three Colonies. A line addressed to J.B. left at the Printer's, will be duly attended to.
Demerary, Feb. 15.

DEMERARY. [heading]

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

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

H. Higgins, in do. or by the Ship Albion, Feb. 3.
J. H. Cantzlaar, in do. or 6 weeks, . . . 3.
M. R. Embleton, & one servant, in do. or do. 5.
C. I. Robertson, in do. . . . 9.
J. Jones, in do. . . . 12.
J. J. M'Pherson, in do. . . . 13.
J. Innes, and servant, in do. . . . 14.
J. F. Smith, in 14 days . . . 14.
Robert Phipps,
Sworn Clerk.

(For the First Time) [heading]
Between Mr. James Shanks, Batchelor, born in this Colony, and Mrs. Martha Rogers, Widow of D. P. Morthier.
Any person knowing just cause or impediment why the above Parties should not be joined together in Holy Matrimony, must declare the same at the Colonial Secretary's Office. - Demerary, 15th February, 1812.
P. F. Tinne,
Deputy Secretary.

(Voor de Eerste Maal,) [heading]
Alzo den Heer James Shanks, meerderjaarig jongman, gebooren in de Colonie Demerary, ter eenre; en Mevrouwe Martha Rogers, Weduwe van wylen D. P. Morthier, ter andere zyde.
Van voorneemens zyn met elkander een Wettig Huwelyks aantegaan, wartoe hy op den 13e February l.l. door Heeren Commissarissen uit den Edele Acht. Hove van Justitie in Ondertrouw zyn opgenoomen. Zoo word zulks aan een iegelyk bekend gemaakt, ten einde die geene welke vermeenen zich tegens, het voltrekken van die Huwelyk te kunnen opponeeren, zulks in tyds zoude kunnen doen daar en zo 't behoord.
Actum Secretary van Demerary, 15 February, 1812.
P. F. Tinne,

ESSEQUEBO. [heading]

NOTICE. [heading]
IN the name and by the direction of Mr. N. Hazelwood, the following notice is hereby given to the public. - N. Hazelwood intends to place as a security on Plantation Sea Sight, the following five slaves, viz: Adam, David, Madelane, Betsy, and Maria; the said slaves being to stand and remain in the room of those sold by him to Messrs. Douglas, Reid and Co. whose names were Sander, Tom, Rose, and Louisa, as also for the negro Chance; all which last-mentioned slaves were belonging to said Plantation Sea Sight; in order that Mr. Thomas Dunbrack should have and hold, on the above-named slaves, Adam, David, Madelane, Betsy, and Maria, such legal right and title as he (according to contract of purchase and sale of said Plantation Sea Sight) held on the other negroes, sold as aforesaid.
Should opposition be intended agains the above transaction, proper notice thereof is to be given at this Office, previous to the 21 of March next.
Secretary's Office, Essequebo, 28th January, 1812.
J. J. L. Moliere,
Sec. ad intm.

Uit naam en van weegen den Heer N. Hazelwood, word by deezen aan 't publicq bekend gemaakt, dat by de volgende vyf stuks slaaven, met naamen Adam, David, Madelane, Betsy, en Maria, tot securiteit op de Plantage Zee Zigt zal stellen, en zulks voor en in plaats van de door hem aan de Heeren Douglas, Reid & Co. verkogte slaaven met naame Sander, Tom, Rose, en Louisa, mitsgaders de neger Chance; alle welke laast-genoemde, slaaven, behoord hebben aan ge[illegible]emelde Plantage Zee Zigt, ten einde dat d'Heer T. Dunbrack 't selfde recht van verhand op boven gem. vyf slaaven, Adam, David, Madelane, Betsy, en Maria zal hebben, alse by ingevolge contract van koop en verkoop der voorsch. Plant. Zee Zigt, op de andere verkogte heest gehad.
Imand hier teegens oppositie vermeenende te hebben, addresseere zig ter Secretary alhier voor ded 2de Maart aanstaande.
Secretary, Essequebo, January 28, 1812.
J. J. L. Moliere,
Sec. ad intm.

IN DEMERARY. [heading]

On Thursday, the 20th February, will be sold to the highest bidder, at the Vendue-Office, by Order of the Executor of N. Rousselet, Esq. deceased. - 6 slaves, a middle aged mulatto woman, well-recommended as an upper servant in a family, with her daughter, a mustee about 16 years of age, a negro, a mason and occasionally a butler, a negress, a cook, and two negroes, labourers. Besides sundry household stuff, as a looking glass, 3 pictures framed and glazed, several paintings and engravings framed, a parcel of loose pictures, some old silver, a hammock, a counterpane, a small tent bedstead and mattress, a liquor case, a tea sett of China, a night chair, a wash stand, two small cannons, 3 bags coffee, two pieces coffee bagging, and other articles to be produced on the day of sale.
Also on the same day, 100 dozen of Madeira wine.
Feb. 14. Robert Kingston.
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On Monday the 10th [sic] of March, [see 18120215EDRG] . . .
On the same day, by order of Mr. Cotton Brown, - a Negro man, named Nelson, who was formerly the property of D. Dunn.
Feb. 14. Robert Kingston.
[Transcriber's note: date of 10th changes to 9th in the issue of Feb. 22]

There has been no arrival of importance since Saturday.

We have authority to state, that the Honourable the Court of Justice of this Colony, have commenced an extra-ordinary Session, for the purpose of deciding all the old causes now pending, or already instituted; and that it will continue sitting for fourteen day.

[right pointing hand icon] On Friday next will be published, a POCKET-ALMANACK for the Year 1812, with an Appendix, containing a variety of interesting matter - particularly the Names of all the Plantations in this Colony, their Produce, Proprietors, Measurement in Front, and Number of Slaves; the Names of the Members of the different Courts; the Days of Meeting of the Courts; the Names and Rank of the Officers of the Militia; an Account of the Colonial Revenue and Expenditures; the Exports, &c. &c. - Printed and sold at the Royal Gazette Office.

FOR LIVERPOOL. [heading]
[sailing ship icon] The Well-Known Ship Fame, P. Williams, Master,
Will sail from hence in all April. For Freight or Passage apply to the Master on board, or
Henry Southern.
Who has for sale, a few hogsheads of Building Lime.
Feb. 18.

FOR LONDON. [heading]
[sailing ship icon] The Staunch Brig May Flower,
(154 tons register), [centered]
John Lamb, Master, [centered]
Will sail in April, to join convoy. For Freight or Passage, apply to said Master, or to
Feb. 17. Thomas Finlayson.

FOR LONDON. [heading]
[sailing ship icon] The New Fast-Sailing Ship John,
(186 tons register), [centered]
J. Brad, Master, [centered]
Will join convoy in April. For Freight or Passage apply to the Master on board, or to
Feb. 17. Thomas Finlayson.

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FOR DUBLIN. [heading]
[sailing ship icon] The Coppered and Armed Brig Favorite,
A. Shannon, Master, [centered]
Will sail hence the middle of March. For Freight or Passage apply to the Master
Fullerton, Oliverson & Co.
Feb. 15.

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FOR LONDON. [heading]
[sailing ship icon] The Coppered Ship Zephyr, T. Davies, Master,
Will sail with the April Convoy. For Freight or Passage apply to said Master, or
Feb. 15. Wardrop and Ferguson.

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FOR LONDON. [heading]
[sailing ship icon] The Ship Albion, A. Nicholson, Master,
Will sail from hence the second springs in March. For Freight or Passage apply to the Master, or to
Johnson, Dyett, McGarel, & Co.
Feb. 15.

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FOR LONDON. [heading]
[sailing ship icon] The Ship Sir Sidney Smith, S. Knight, Master,
Will sail from hence with the April Convoy. For Freight or Passage apply to the Master, or to
Johnson, Dyett, M'Garel & Co.
Feb. 15.

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[sailing ship icon] THE SHIP HENRIETTA, ROBERT WATSON, Master,
Will sail from hence in all the month of April. For Freight or Passage apply to the Master, or
Feb. 14.

STABROEK: [centered]
Printed & published every Tuesday & Saturday Afternoon,
By Edward James Henery.

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