Essequebo and Demerary Royal Gazette 1812 December 01
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1812.
and Register Office, [heading]
letters are frequently sent to George-Town, by Gentlemen residing in the
country, and which are sometimes of particular consequence, but often not
received by the persons to whom the same are addressed. The Undersigned
therefore, to prove the more effectually useful to the community, further
recommends himself to their notice in this respect; and begs leave to state,
that any letter from the country, directed to the care of the above office,
will be delivered agreeable to address, by himself or another white person, for
one guilder each.
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himself, about two or three weeks since, a Negro-Man, named Cuffy; he is of the
Coramanty nation, speaks good English, is well-made and clean skin. He has
taken his wife with him, and is supposed to be harboured in Mahaicony, where he
has many acquaintances. Whoever will lodge him in the barracks, or deliver him
to the Subscriber, shall be liberally rewarded.
SALE - a very censiderable [sic] quantity of excellent MADEIRA WINE, imported
in February last, at f 1,000 per Pipe.