[Colophon] [No. 808.
July 22, 1815.
Honorable G. J. Goppy and the Honorable J. Van den Heuvel, having been duly
elected Members of the Honorable the Court of Justice of these Colonies, took
their seat during the late Sessions of said Court accordingly.
17th July 1815.
Tinne, Clk. Ct. Just.
Sale - the Half-Lot, No. 51, North Dam, Stabroek, adjoining Doctor Mickerts,
with a Dwelling-House, Side-Building which contains two negro-rooms, a kitchen
floored with crabwood, a necessary, and a small garden with many fruit trees.
The whole is well adapted for a small family, that may wish to live retired.
For further particulars, enquire on the said Lot, or to
22. W. Grant.
SECRETARY's OFFICE. [heading]
IS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC, THAT THE FOLLOWING PERSONS INTEND QUITTING THE COLONY:
Mackay, in ditto, or by the ship William, from ditto.
Van Heythuyzen - in 14 days or by the Ship Quebec.
Bone in 14 days from June 27.
Milne in 14 days or 6 weeks from June 27.
Man George Woolford in 14 days or 6 weeks from June 27.
D. Paterson in 14 days or by the ship Granger - from June 26.
L. Smith, Junr. in 14 days or 6 weeks, from July 3.
Hall, and one servant in 14 days or 6 weeks, from July 3.
Owner, in 14 days or 6 weeks, from July 3.
L. Forrester, and two servants, in 14 days or six weeks, from June 5.
Jackson, and servant, in 14 days, from July 5.
W. Good, in 14 days or six weeks, from July 5.
Cline, in 14 days or 6 weeks, from July 5.
P. Suen, in 14 days, from July 5.
McArthur, in 14 days or six weeks, from June [sic] 7.
Black Woman Charlotte - the property of S. Wachope, Esqr. in 14 days from July
Negroes named Mary and Caesar - the property of H. St. Hill, Esqr. in 14 days
or 6 weeks, from July 10.
MacPherson, in 14 days or first Packet, from July 15.
Hon. G. Bagot and one servant, in 14 days or 6 weeks from July 17.
Claxton, free black woman, and servant, in 14 days or 6 weeks from July 18.
Pamela, and two children, the property of Richard Chapman, Esqr. in 14 days
from July 21.
Office, Demerary, July 22, 1815.
of Matrimony - between Charles Hardus Campbell, Esqr. of the Protestant
Religion, Bachelor, being of age, on the one part - and Miss Charlotte Theodora
Iskenius, born in this colony, of the Lutheran Religion, also of age - on the
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
Office, July 21, 1815.
Wilday, Sworn Clerk.
the Commissary-Court of the 7th of August, 1815, [heading]
be passed the following
By the Honorable V. A. Heyliger, a renewal of a Mortgage vested on Plantation
Farm, situated on the East Bank of the River Demerary, in favor of the loan
formerly under direction of Daniel Changuion, now under direction of F. I.
By the Honorable V. A. Heyliger, Transport of the Concession No. 54, situated
in Stabroek district with all the Buildings thereon - to Agnes, Simon,
Elizabeth, Johanna, and Mary, children of the Free Woman Ariaantje.
By Benjamin Kingston, a Second Mortgage on Plantation Walton-Hall, situated on
the West Sea Coast of Essequebo, with all the Slaves, Buildings, Cultivations,
and further appurtenances thereto belonging - in favour of Messrs. Kingston,
Lambert, and Egan, of London.
By J. J. Gilgeous, Transport of a Part of Concession No. 29, situated in
Stabroek district, being 100 feet from the North Canal of said district, in
such manner as it is at present railed in, with all the Buildings thereon - to
the Minors Edward, John, and Maria Watson.
By Cornelis Frymersum, and Cornelis Frymersum, Junr. trading under the Firm of
Cornelis Frymersum and Son, of Amsterdam, a First Mortgage on Plantation Garden
of Eden, situated on the East Bank of the River Demerary, with all the
Buildings, Slaves, and further appurtenances thereto belonging - in favor of
the Representatives of the Estate of Thomas Cuming, dec.
By the Representatives of the Estate of J. Van den Paadevoort, deceased,
Transport of the Concession formerly known Sub. No. 66, now as No. 13, situated
in Kingston district, with all the Buildings thereon - to the Estate of G.
By the Representative of the Estate of the Widow Dobbrauski, deceased, late
Heiress to the Estate of George Angle, deceased, Transport of the above
concession No. 13, situated as before - to Henry Marsh.
By the Representative of the Estate of J. Van den Paadevoort, deceased,
Transport of the Half Concession No. 29, situated in Kingston district - to the
Estate of the Widow Dobbrauski, deceased.
By the Representative of the Estate of the Widow Dobbrauski, deceased,
Transport of the above Half Lot No. 29, situated as before - to Elizabeth
By Cotton Brown, 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 or Lot No. 17, situated in Cumingsburg district, excepting 10 feet
on the North-Side, which is to be considered to be left as a passage to the
front-dam, with all the Buildings thereon - to the Free Black Woman Margareth,
alias Doctrine, during her life time, and then to her children named Betsey and
By John McGarel, Transport of the Water Lot in Cumingsburg opposite the public
Street, situated between the Water-Lots No. 7 and 8, being about 3 1/2 roods
facade - to H. Hyndman and R. Hellemann.
By John MacGarel, q.q. Telford, Naghten & Co. Transport of the two
half-lots of Land, No. 6 and 7, situated in Cumingsburg District, to John
Newton and Co.
By H. Hyndman and R. Hellemann, Transport of the Water Lot in Cumingsburg
opposite the Public Street, and situated between the Lots No. 7 and 8, and also
the Water Lot No. 7, and part of No. 6 to J. Newton and Co.
By H. Hyndman, q.q. R. Fellows, Transport of half Lot No. 6 in Cumingsburg, to
J. Newton and Co.
By the Representatives of Messrs. Fullerton, Oliverson, & Co. a Mortgage
on Plantation Glazerslust, situated on the east sea coast of Demerary, with all
the Buildings, Negroes, and further appurtenances thereto belonging, in favour
of Messrs. Barton, Irlam, and Higginson of Liverpool.
By the Representative of Messrs. Fullerton, Oliverson, & Co. Transport of
Plantation Glazerslust, situated on the sea coast of Demerary, with all the
Buildings, Negroes, and further appurtenances thereto belonging to the Widow E.
C. Terrill, born Glazer, subject to the aforesaid Mortgage.
By M. Hoppen & Co. Transport of the Concession, No. 34, situated in Werk
en Rust District - to M. Marx.
Office, 21st July, 1815.
Wilday, Sworn Clerk.
King's House. [heading]
Majesty's Government having been pleased to appoint J. Clayton Jennyns, Esq. to
the Situation of Second Fiscal in the United Colony - His Honor took the usual
Oaths, on Wednesday last, the 19th instant, before His Excellency the
Lieutenant-Governor and the Honourable Court of Policy.
consequence of the above Appointment, George Bagot, Esqr. has returned to the
Office of Book-keeper General, in the room of J. Murray, Esq. whose appointment
to it ceased on the above-mentioned day.
in George-Town, this 22d Day of July, 1815, and in the 55th Year of His
His Excellency's Command.
Sale or Hire. [heading]
Commodious Premises at present occupied by Mrs. Clements, and next to those of
Doctor Lloyd, in Columbia District; to an approved purchaser, liberal credit
will be given. Apply to
22. George Lacy.
- at Brussels, on the 25th of May; John Johnson, Esqr. of this Colony.
Printed and Published every Tuesday and
By Edward James Henery.