ESSEQUEBO [Colophon] & DEMERARY
ROYAL [Colophon] GAZETTE.
TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1812.
March 10, 1812.
- SIX CHAIRS, for the use of this Office. Any person willing to supply the
same, will please send sealed proposals to the subscriber, which will be opened
on Saturday the 14th instant, at 12 o'clock, in presence of the respective
Officers, and the lowest offer accepted.
for the use of Government, the following Cloathing and Provisions:
Russia Sheeting Trowsers,
Yards of Salemporis,
Ditto of Check,
Womens' Penniston Wrappers,
Barrels Mess Beef,
Ditto of Pork,
1 Tierce of Rice.
for the whole of the above Articles, (endorsed "Tenders for Cloathing and
Provisions," will be received at the Government-Secretary's Office, from
this date until the 24th instant, and the lowest offer accepted.
March 10. Commissary.
Dwelling-House and Lot of Land, with a convenient Out-Building; situated No.
60, Stabroek, opposite the House of A. Tinne, Esquire. The whole will be sold
on very moderate terms to an approved purchaser. For further particulars apply
to P. C. Mickerts, M.D. Stabroek, Brick-Dam.
NEGRO WOMAN, who is a good seamstress, washer, and house-servant; with her Child,
a BOY, about two years old. Apply to
March 10. James Jackson.
and CROSSMAN [heading]
leave to inform the Public, that they have removed their residence to the
Water-Lot, near the Canal Vlissingen: - where House-Frames of the best materials
and workmanship, Timber, Saw-Mill-Plank, Staves, Shingles, &c. may be had
on the shortest notice; and where Blacksmith's and Cooper's Work will be
executed with correctness and dispatch.
pointing hand icon] Punts faithfully built. - March 10.
Piece of IRON, of the following dimensions: 8 feet 9 inches to 9 feet long, and
5 1/2 inches square. Apply to the Printer.
SALE by the Subscribers, at their Stores in Cumingsburg, cheap for good
flour, in barrels
in casks and jugs
terras and Roman cement
in chests and canisters
white-oak butts, of about 300 gallons each
10. Hyndman & Cary.
Colonial and Representatives of British Creditors of the Estate of F. Kroll,
deceased, are requested to attend a Meeting at the Union-Coffee-House, on
Thursday the 12th instant, at 12 o'clock precisely.
John Johnson, q.q.
10, 1812. Peter Verbeke.
SALE, by P. Reynard and Co. at their House in Charlestown, lately occupied by
Mr. Le Tessier - the Cargo of the Schooner Neptune, from Oronoque; consisting
Mules and a Capital Poney,
in excellent order.
ship icon] The Ship John and Thomas, John Wilson, Master,
just undergone a thorough repair, is new sheathed, new coppered and copper-fastened
- will positively sail in all May, having the greatest part of her cargo
engaged. For Freight or Passage apply to the Master at the Store of
10. Wardrop & Ferguson.
Harmony, from London. [heading]
from that vessel, and for sale by the Subscriber, very reasonable for immediate
London brown-stout, in full-quart bottles
candles fours and sixes, with waxed wicks
yellow hard soap
five loaves, single and double refined
hyson and gunpowder tea
capers, sauces, &c.
strong white-wine vinegar in bottles
pearl-handled pocket combs
ivory tooth do.
and shoe brushes
blue India salempores
India long cloths
and yellow India nankeen
muslin, striped and plain
axes, adzes, double and single, jointer-irons, crose-irons, flagging-irons,
drawing-knives, jigger-knives, &c.
table and tea spoons
ON HAND, [centered]
1 to 5 1/2-inches
and 6d. brads
and yellow nankeen and jean pantaloons
block-tin coffee pots
and small scales with best beams and weights
and small best plate chamber swinging-glasses
and tea China
and very large strong door-locks
and earthen ware
paint oil, brushes, &c.
lumber, ash-oars, chalk, very old rum, fine-flavour, gin, Madeira wine, mess
beef and pork in barrels and half-barrels, sheet-copper, and a variety of other
very fine young heifers, of a superior breed, and good milkers, (some will
shortly calve their first and some their second calves); some Berbice
breeding-ewes, and a few young horses.
10. H. O. Seward.
is to inform the
that the following Persons intend quitting this Colony;-
het Secretary deezer Colonie word geadverteerd
de volgende Persoonen
voorneemens zyn van hier
elders te vertrekken, viz;
F. Smith, in 14 days . . . from Feb. 14.
Douglas, in do. or by the Ship Thomas, 19.
Blake, in do. or 6 weeks . . . 20.
Aikin, in 14 days . . . 21.
Hamer, and her Son, in do. . . . 21.
Forsyth, in do. . . . 26.
Lyon, and one servant, in do. or one month 26.
Jackman, and one servant, in 14 days . . . 28.
Frankland, in do. or six weeks . . . 29.
Deane, in do. . . . 29.
Fullerton, in do. or do. . . . March 4.
S. Johnson, in do. or do. . . . 6.
Barnes, in 14 days . . . 7.
black man William Baa, in do. . . . 7.
P. Fleischman, in do. . . .
Monday, the 16th of March, 1812, at the Store of Mr. Thomas Shute. -
provisions, groceries, dry goods, hardware, glassware, jewellery, cordage,
paints and oil, boat-anchors, Negro-clothing, and (without reserve) a
considerable quantity of bottled Madeira wine, of different qualities.
10. Robert Kingston.
order of the Governor of the Work-house, Fort-Island, Essequebo, will be sold
at Vendue, on the 6th and 7th of April next, the following plank:- Green-heart,
Crab-wood, Serwabalie, Suradaby, Daumerie, Cabocaly, and Simaroupa, of
different thinknesses [sic]. Likewise, by the Honourable Fiscaal of Essequebo,
- a runaway Negro, named Prins, brought on the 7th of August last by H.
Pieters, belonging to Fitzkow, of Demerary. And, lastly, by order of the Hon.
Board of Orphan-Chamber of this River, - one or more Negroes, a logie, with
posts in the ground, situated in front of Plantation Good-Intent, West Coast of
this River; also a side-building, intended for Negro-houses, an unfinished
hardwood frame, 33 feet by 17 1/2 feet; some vats, tools, &c.: the
buildings to be taken away immediately after the sale. Further, by order as
above, a piece of land near Sarappapa-Creek, West Bank of this River, cattle, &c.
by order of the Commissaries and Members of the Union-Society, - the
billiard-table, balls, cues, &c. and all the furniture belonging to the
March 8, 1812.
Printed & published every Tuesday & Saturday Afternoon,
By Edward James Henery.