Royal Gazette 1816 March 26


Vol. XI.]

The Royal (Colophon) Gazette
Tuesday, March 26, 1816.


[No. 890.

To Rent. [heading]
The House and Logie, belonging to the Children of J. Arians, deceased, situated in Charles-Town, on Lot. No. 2, in front of Plantation Repentir. The Premises may be entered about the middle of next month. For Particulars, apply to J. L. Brodhag, George-Town, or to
U. J. F. Bach,
At Plantation Klyne Poederoyen.

Arrived - Yesterday, the Schooner Jackman, and this morning the Schooner Alert; both from Barbados.

Travels in Guiana. [heading]
We have been favoured says a London paper, with the view of a most interesting manuscript of a young gentleman, who about three years-ago set out from the town of Stabroek, upon the arduous enterprise of exploring the wilds of Demerary and Essequebo, being a part of the ci-devant Dutch Guiana, in South America. . . .

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Thursday, and Saturday, at his Office in Cumingsburg.


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