The Royal (Colophon) Gazette
Thursday, March 28, 1816.
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- The Schooner Swift, from Berbice; the brig Pacific, from London; and the ship
Lord Melville, from Glasgow.
- The schooner Triad, for Barbados; the brig Grace, for Liverpool; the brig
Thomas Duncan, for Bermuda; and the ship Clio, and brig Jane, for London.
Vendues. [heading] . . .
Tuesday the 2d of May, by order of Mrs. the Widow Frances Runnels, Sole
Executrix to the Boedel of her deceased Mother, Mrs. the Widow Frances Sampson,
at her residence in Stabroek, at three months credit - Household Furniture,
consisting of a small set of dining tables with D ends, two pair of card tables,
a tea ditto, a large sideboard, a dozen mahogany hair bottomed chairs, three
sofas, bedsteads, wardrobes, night chairs, a large mirror, silver spoons, and
many other articles. Also, the following slaves, belonging to said Boedel - a
negro man Abraham (commonly called Dasher), a mulatto girl Polly, aged about 8
years; a mulatto boy George, aged 10 years; a mulatto girl Diana, aged 6 years;
and two girls, named Fanny and Mary (twins) about two months old, at three
28. Kingston & Mills.
DEMERARY & ESSEQUEBO:
and Published by William Baker, every Tuesday,
and Saturday, at his Office in Cumingsburg.