Demerary and Essequebo Royal Gazette 1815 August 22
Tuesday, August 22, 1815.
- The Subscriber informs his friends and the public, that he will remove his
Blacksmith's Shop to the Plantation of J. W. Ruperty, Esqr. on Varken-Island,
Essequebo; where he will continue to do every thing relating to said branch,
the repairing of coppers, &c. at a very reasonable price for immediate
payment. He also requests all those who have any work left in his shop here,
to send for the same, within three weeks from date.
Independent of the vessels mentioned below, as having entered and cleared at the Custom-House of this Port; we have to announce the schooner Industry, from St. Vincent; the Caledonia, from Oronoque; the Maria, from Surinam; the sloop Experiment, and the brigantine Superb, from Bermuda.
Nevertheless - we are not without hope of speedy assistance; and as to amusement in the mean time, all that we are certain! a Company of Comedians having arrived - who, except the small draw-back of a theatre wanted! are all ready for action.
OF DEMERARY. [heading]
Departed this Life, yesterday-morning, at his Residence in Stabroek - Alex. Tinne, Esqr. Clerk to the Court of Justice.
August 26, 1815 - missing in microfilm]