[Colophon] [No. 796.
June 10, 1815.
Sequestrators for Plantations Middlesex and Beausojour [sic], inform the
Creditors of said Plantations, and of Mr. Ralph Lee Ashington, that on Monday
the 19th instant, at noon, at the Store of Messrs. Underwood, M'Garel, &
Co. they will sell to the highest bidders of said Creditors, in part of their
demands - 7,000 lb. whole, and 6,000 lb. broken Coffee.
Sequestrators to the Estate of Mrs. J. Bastiaansz, M.Z. deceased - inform the
Creditors of said Estate, or of Plantations Zeldenrust and L'Oratoire, that on
Tuesday the 20th instant, at noon, at the Store of Messrs. Verbeke &
Jeffers, they will sell to the highest bidders of such said Creditors as have
agreed to receive payments of their demands that way; about 9,000 lb. whole,
and 6,000 lb. broken Coffee. They further request the holders of Mortgages
vested on the above-mentioned Plantations, or those for Protested Bills, who
claim a preference to some of the same; to give in as soon as possible to Mr.
Stephen Cramer, on Plantation Ruimveld, a statement of their claims, in order
to enable them to fix what dividend they may be able to pay out of the Funds
now on hand, agreeable to the tenor of the trust.
Sale or Hire. [heading]
well known and pleasantly situated Concession No. 13, in Werk & Rust, with
all the Buildings thereon, at present occupied by the Subscriber. Also two
Billiard tables in complete order, with two markers and a house-boy, together
or separately; terms will be made accommodating to an approved purchaser. If
not disposed of before the 1st of October next, the whole will be sold at
public vendue. For further information, apply to
10. M. Marx.
SECRETARY's OFFICE. [heading]
THIS IS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC, THAT THE
FOLLOWING PERSONS INTEND QUITTING THE COLONY:
Gordon in 14 days or 6 weeks from May 16.
P. Blount with three servants, in 14 days or 6 weeks - from May 18.
Murray in 14 days or 6 weeks, from May 18.
Reid and Family with one servant, in 14 days or six weeks, from may 18.
Leach, in 14 days or 3 weeks from May 19.
Weir, in 14 days or June Convoy, from May 20.
Corneille, free black man, in 14 days or six weeks, from May 24.
Cameron, q.q. W. Alves, will Transport to Berbice, Thirty Negroes, the names
thereof to be seen at this Office, from May 22.
Davis, with two servants, in 14 days or six weeks, from May 25.
Davis, and one servant, in 14 days or six weeks, from May 25.
Cook, in 14 days or six weeks, from May 25.
Rose, in 14 days or six weeks, from May 27.
Coloured Woman, Amelia Gooding, in 14 days or six weeks, from May 27.
Munro, in 14 days or June Convoy, from May 27.
Juliana Monge, and servant, in 14 days or six weeks from May 30.
Black, in 14 days or six weeks, from May 30.
Campbell, coloured woman, [late the property of Lachlan Cuming, Esq.] with a
servant, in 14 days, from May 30.
D. A. Van Stralendorf, and his Son, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 2.
Bruce, free coloured woman, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 2.
Brimer, free black man, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 2.
Escudier, in 14 days, or Ship Granger, from June 2.
Van Weezel, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 3.
Wilson, in 14 days or by Ship Ranger, from June 5.
Negro Coache (the property of T. Naghten, Esq.) in 14 days, from June 5.
and Pontius, (two Slaves the property of Capt. Moody, Royal Engineers), in 14
days, from June 5.
Doubbrauski, in 14 days or by Ship Alfred, from June 6.
Staunton, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 6.
Jackson, and servant, in 14 days or by Ship Quebec, from June 6.
Widow E. Jelles, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 9.
Office, Demerary, June 10, 1815.
of Matrimony - Between Joseph Beete, Junr. Esq. Widower, born in England, of
the Protestant Religion, on the one part; and Miss Sarah Austin, born in
Barbados, also of the Protestant Religion, a minor; assisted by and with
consent of her father, John Austin, Esq. on the other part.
person knowing any just cause or impediment, why the above parties should not
be joined together in Holy Matrimony, must declare the same at the Colonial
Office, 10th June, 1815.
Wilday, Sworn Clerk.
the arrival of the William Rathbone, from London, we are enabled to add
considerably, to the general stock of foreign information.
Schooner Demerary Packet, sailed yesterday, for Barbados.
OF DEMERARY. [heading]
5. - Ship Alexander, Simpson, London and Madeira.
Ranger, Rennington, London.
- Ship Shakespeare, Stute, London.
Wellington, Lyons, Liverpool.
- Ship Essex, McKenzie, London and Madeira.
Richard, M'Cluue [sic], Liverpool and Madeira.
- Brig William Rathbone, Liverpool.
6. - Schooner Favourite, Sherriff, for Barbados.
- Ship Jane, Brownlin, Glasgow.
Good Intent, Cooper, Barbados.
Vendues. [heading] . . .
Monday the 26th of June, . . .
the same day by order of the Hon. J. S. Masse, q.q. - the half lot of No. 21,
with the buildings thereon, situated on the North Dam, Stabroek, the property
of the late Mr. Swancke.
10. Kingston & Mills.
Monday the 3d of July, by order of Anthony Osborne and William Roach, Esqrs.
q.q. the Estate of Samuel Ramsden, deceased - The Plantation Belle, situated in
Canal No. 2, containing two hundred and fifty acres of Land, more or less, with
the Buildings thereon, and thirty-two Negroes. The Land will be sold separate,
and the Negroes in families; the whole payable in six and nine months.
sale will take place on the Plantation.
10. Kingston & Mills.
Printed and Published every Tuesday and
By Edward James Henery.
Saturday [presumed to be June 10, 1815]
by E. J. Henery.