[Colophon] [No. 798.
June 17, 1815.
17th June, 1815.
several malicious and evil disposed Persons, wantonly attacked the
Dwelling-House of H. O. Seward, Esq. in the middle of the night of Thursday
last, and with a shower of stones destroyed several of his glass-windows,
alarmed his Family, and disturbed the neighbouring Inhabitants; and afterward
proceeded to commit other atrocities only perpetrated by cowardly rascals and
whereas it is the duty of every good inhabitants to assist the Magistrate of
the Police in bringing such people to justice; the Undersigned earnestly
requests any one who may have seen or met this disgraceful part on the night
described, that he will give information at this Office; and he further offers
a reward of Twenty Joes to any one who will discover the Offenders, that he or
they may be prosecuted to conviction.
of Matrimony - Between Joseph Bentham, born in Barbados; and Miss Margaret
Smith, born in this Colony; both being of age.
person knowing any just cause, or impediment, why the above parties should not
be joined together in Holy Matrimony, must declare the same to the Revd. W. G.
Straghan. - June 16.
SECRETARY's OFFICE. [heading]
THIS IS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC, THAT THE
FOLLOWING PERSONS INTEND QUITTING THE COLONY:
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.
Barbiere, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 11.
C. Guicherit, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 11.
Lucas, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 12.
Fullerton, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 12.
Bertrand, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 12.
Challenger, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 13.
Willoughby, with two white children, and a coloured servant, in 14 days or six
weeks, from June 13.
Free Black Woman, Judith Mitchell, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 15.
Office, Demerary, June 17, 1815.
the Commissary-Court of the 3d of July, 1815, [heading]
be passed the following
By J. T. Van Well, Transport of the Concession or Lot No. 103, situated in
Cumingsburg district - to the free coloured man Peter M'Clure.
By Peter Grant, Transport of Plantation Paradise, with all the Buildings
thereon, situated on the West Coast of Essequebo - to Leonora Buchanan.
By the Attorney of the Curators to the Estate of Richard Barry, deceased,
Transport of Plantation Cambridge, situated on the West bank of Mahaica Creek,
with all the Buildings thereon - to John Perry.
By W. Gibson, Transport of Lot No. 102, situated in Cumingsburg district, with
all the Buildings thereon - to E. J. Henery.
By the Executors of J. Wollen, Transport of the Concession or Lot No. 174,
situated in Cumingsburg district, with all the Buildings thereon (sold at
Public Vendue on the 29th of June, 1814) - to the negro woman Elizabeth Gould.
By the Representatives of the Estate of Thos. Cuming, deceased, Transport of
Plantation Garden of Eden, situated on the West bank of the River Demerary,
with all the Buildings, Slaves, and further appurtenances thereto belonging -
to Cornelis Frymersum, and Cornelis Frymersum, Junr. trading under the Firm of
Cornelis Frymersum & Son, of Amsterdam; in their quality as Directors of a
certain Loan vested on Plantations Kitty and Garden of Eden.
By the Honourable R. Bell, q.q. Elizabeth Rause, Transport of Lots No. 80 and
81, situated in Cumingsburg district - to the Executors of S. G. Martens,
By the Executors of S. G. Martens, deceased, Transport of the foregoing two
Lots No. 80 and 81, situated in Cumingsburg district - to the Honourable F. P.
By the Honourable F. P. Van Berckel, Transport of the half of Lot No. 8,
situated in Cumingsburg district, in such manner as it is a present railed in,
with all the Buildings thereon - to the Estate of S. G. Martens, deceased.
By the Executors of S. G. Martens, deceased, Transport of the above Half Lot
No. 8, situated as before - to Thos. Cathery [sic].
By Thomas Cathery, Transport of the above Half Lot No. 8, situated as before -
to Mrs. Adams.
By the Agents of Messrs. Spoors and Sprenger, of Middelburg, Transport of
Plantation Batchelor's Adventure, situated on Leguan Island, with all the
Buildings, Slaves, and further appurtenances thereto belonging - to Hugh
By Hugh M'Leod, a First Mortgage vested on said Plantation Batchelor's
Adventure, with all the Negroes, &c. and with an additional number of 68
Negroes, (the names thereof to be seen at this Office) - in favor of Messrs.
Spoors & Sprenger, of Middelburg.
By Hugh M'Leod, Transport of the aforesaid Plantation Batchelor's Adventure -
to James and John Walcott.
By James and John Walcott, a Second Mortgage vested on said Plantation
Batchelor's Adventure, with all the Buildings, Cultivation, and a number of 110
Negroes, the names thereof to be seen at this Office.
By Cotton Brown, free coloured woman, Transport of a Piece of land, behind the
Premises of Miss Sarah Waterman, being 30 feet from East to West, and the
breadth of the Concession of Lot No. 17, situated in Cumingsburg district,
excepting 10 feet on the North side, which is considered to be left as passage
to the Front Dam, with all the Buildings thereon - to the Free Black Woman
Margaret, alias Doctrine, during her life time, and then to her children named
Betsey and Mary.
Office, 17th June, 1815.
Ships Sophia and Braganza, from London, - Jane, Kelton, and William Dawson,
from Liverpool, and Brigs Greenbow and Barnet, from Belfast, arrived this
Vendues. . . .
Tuesday the 4th of July, at the Columbian-Hotel by order of Mr. Frederick Kent,
acting for the Firm of Barnes & Kent - the unexpired Lease of Mud Lot No.
8, district Bridge-Town, with all the buildings thereon, carpenter and domestic
negroes, two billiard tables, with cues, balls, lamps, &c. a quantity rum,
brandy, gin, porter, and wine, household furniture of almost every description,
water vats, and what further may appear on the day of sale.
by order of F. Kent, in prive, and qq. Leyman Barnes, several negroes who have
been accustomed to work at the carpenter's business.
17. Kingston & Mills.
Wednesday the 5th July, by order Mr. Joseph Tayler, at his house next to
Messrs. Rose & Croal, directly opposite to James Jackson, Esq. - a variety
of articles for almost every domestic purpose, wearing apparel, checks and
other linen, drapery, beaver and glazed hats with silver bands; paints and oil,
rich cut glass ware, crockery, with every article of goods he has in his shop.
Also, on the same day will be sold precisely at one o'clock, his house and
premises (free-hold), with household furniture, silver spoons, &c. and two
domestics, a good house boy, and an excellent seamstress. - Terms 3 months
credit for the goods and negroes, the premises at 3, 9, and 15 months.
17. Kingston & Mills.
Thursday the 6th, Friday the 7th, and Saturday the 8th of July, at the
Vendue-Office, by order of I. D. Paterson and John Crossman, Esqrs. - Sixty six
Negroes in families - consisting of wood-cutters, carpenters, &c. Also,
the Plantation Amelia's Ward, with the buildings thereon. The Wood-Land
Eenzamheid, containing about 1000 acres. Ditto Poolmyer's, 500 acres. Forty
Head of Cattle, punts, creals, tent boats, vat hoops, nails, bar iron, coals,
&c. - Also, a complete set of new machinery for a saw-mill, sundry spare
17. Kingston & Mills.
Printed and Published every Tuesday and
By Edward James Henery.
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