The Royal (Colophon) Gazette
Thursday, March 21, 1816.
of Justice. [heading]
following list is hereby published by order of the Honourable Court of Justice
of this Colony, of Decisions of Prae and Concurrentiae, on the proceeds of the
following Plantations and Estates; and a list of those who are declared
preferent, is ordered to be affixed in the Secretary's Office, for the
inspection of those interested therein, and also to be published in European
of Plantations. The
late Property of
Thos. Hussey, dec.
3ds of Hackney
J. L. Harrop, dec.
of Good Intent Thos.
Thos. Harriott, dec.
in 't Bos W.
and Rushbrook J.
C. Van Eeten.
J. L. Throp.
G. H. Trotz.
Catharina G. H.
Leigh and Armstrong.
Good Hope Wm.
and P. L. Boon.
Estate of G.
E. Aman, dec.
Jacobus Kofoed, dec.
John Skeys, dec.
O. J. Laurin, dec.
J. L. Wortman.
Gabriel Ryk, dec.
George-Town, Demerary, March 20, 1816.
I. L. Molliere, Clk. Ct. Justice.
Lindo - respectfully informs the Public that he has entered into partnership
with Miss Angellietta [sic] King; therefore his Dancing School will in future
be held at the house of Mr. P. De Vrees, on the North Dam of Stabroek district,
lately occupied by F. Horn, Esqr. Solicitor at Law.
King will take either weekly or monthly boarders; and, in addition to the
accomplishment of Dancing, will instruct the young ladies in Tambouring, in its
person that can play the Violin correctly, will be liberally paid. The hours
of tuition, as well as the terms, can be known by applying to either Miss King
or Mr. Lindo. - March 21.
DEMERARY & ESSEQUEBO:
and Published by William Baker, every Tuesday,
and Saturday, at his Office in Cumingsburg.