The Royal (Colophon) Gazette
Saturday, January 6, 1816.
just imported by the Ships Mary, from Liverpool, and Fanny, from London - a
large assortment of Provisions and Dry Goods; which are offered for sale at his
Store on Robb's Stelling, on the most reasonable terms.
also offers for sale, his two Half-Concessions, No. 72 and 73, situated in
Stabroek, with all the Buildings thereon.
Premises are well calculated for a small genteel family, having all the necessary
out-buildings, and a handsome garden, with upwards of thirty bearing fruit
his three Lots of Land situated in Cumingsburg, and known as No. 351, 352, and
Sale - the Lease of Half-Lot, No. 4 situated in South-Street, Bridge-Town,
adjoining the Premises lately occupied by C. De L'Escaille, Esqr. with all the
Buildings thereon; comprising a small comfortable dwelling-House, with the
necessary out-buildings. Apply on the Premises, to
5. Francis Feuillet.
Subscribers are now landing from the Brig Robert Tod, Capt. Nelson, just
arrived from North Carolina –
Pine Lumber, consisting of Boards, Plank, and Scantling.
- Cypress Shingles, Red Oak Staves, Superfine Flour in whole and half barrels,
Tar and a few hogsheads of first quality Tobacco.
6. Mackay & Morrison.
OF DEMERARY. [heading]
2 - Ship Sterling, Kennan, from Liverpool
Ship Demerary, Gray, Liverpool.
Ship Fanny, Westmoreland, London.
Schooner Kitty, Jones, Surinam
Brig Jane, Ely, London
4 - Brig Mary, Tucker, New York
3 - Schr. Demerary Trader, Stewart, for Barbados.
Queen Charlotte Packet arrived yesterday, but the London Papers she has brought,
are not so late in their dates as those by the Demerary Packet, from Barbados.
this life, on the 4th of November last, at Baldoyle, near Dublin, in the prime
of life, Mrs. Furnace, wife of G. J. Furnace, Esq. of His Majesty's Customs in
this Colony. During a long and painful illness, which she bore with Christian
fortitude and meekness, at last bereft her numerous family and friends of one
of their brightest ornaments, leaving them long to lament and deplore their
is to inform the Public, that the following Person intend quitting the Colony:
Forrester, and Lady, with 2 servants, in 14 days or six weeks, from December
Yearwood, in 14 days or six weeks, from Dec. 15.
Forrest, in 14 days or 6 weeks, from December 18.
mulatto boy William, the property of Mrs. E. Jeffers St. Vincent, in 14 days or
6 weeks from December 21.
A. Walton, in 14 days or 6 weeks from December 22.
Taylor, in 14 days or 6 weeks from December 22.
H. Bagaley and Lady, William Pollard, and P. P. Luyken, per Ship Richard, or in
6 weeks from December 22.
Mashart Campion, in 14 days, from December 29.
M'Lean, in 14 days from December 30.
P. Neblett, and servant, in 14 days or 6 weeks, do.
Thomas, and servant, in 14 days or 6 weeks, do.
P. A. Wiltens, in 14 days, from December 30.
W. Cox and two servants, in 14 days or 6 weeks, from do.
M'Aulay in 14 days, from January 1.
is hereby given, at the request of Angeletta King, Sole Executor to the last
Will and Testament of David Bosquet, deceased - to all persons having any
demands against the Estate of the deceased, to send them in properly attested,
at the Domicilium of the said Angeletta King, in George-Town, within three
months from date; and all those indebted to said Estate, to come forward with
payment without delay.
Office, December 30, 1815.
Wilday, Sworn Clerk.
is hereby given, to all whom it may concern - that G. H. Bagaley, Esq. being
advertised from the 22d December last, to quit the Colony, declines so doing -
and intends to remain in the colony till further notice.
Office, January 5, 1815.
Wilday, Sworn Clerk.
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and Published by William Baker, every Tuesday,
and Saturday, at his Office in Cumingsburg.