The Royal (Colophon) Gazette
Tuesday, February 20, 1816.
Public Vendues. [heading] . . .
On Saturday the 2d of March, by order of R. C. and Thos. B. Kemp,
q.q. Mrs. Cath. Kemp, dec. on the Premises: The lot of Land, known on the old
chart as No. 11, now 78 (situate in the district of Kingston), with all the
buildings thereon, consisting of a new Dwelling-House 2 1/2 stories high, negro
rooms, and kitchen; sundry articles of furniture, table service, plate, water
vats, &c. Also, the following slaves - Mary-Ann, a huckstress, with her
five children; Jem, an excellent cook, with his wife Sally, a washer, and their
two children; and the woman Grace, a lady's maid and seamstress. Terms of sale
for the House and Lot 6 and 12 months; and for slaves, furniture, &c. 6
February 20. Kingston & Mills.
Arrivals. - The Good Intent, from Barbados; Sarah, from Grenada;
Charles, from New-Brunswick; and Waltham, from Newfoundland.
Departures. - The Jane, for Belfast; Glenbervie, for Glasgow;
Tobago, for London; and British Tar, for Liverpool.
Departed this Life, at Plantation Leonora, up the River - on the
17th instant - the Lady of the Hon. J. S. Masse; deeply and universally
DEMERARY & ESSEQUEBO:
and Published by William Baker, every Tuesday,
and Saturday, at his Office in Cumingsburg.