Royal Gazette 1816 April 02


Vol. XI.]

The Royal (Colophon) Gazette
Tuesday, April 2, 1816.


[No. 893.

For Sale, [heading]
Those extensive and commodious Premises, situate at the North-East Corner of New-Town District; consisting of a House and Lot, at present occupied by the Subscriber - the adjoining ditto, occupied by Mrs. Parss and Messrs. Fillan & Co. - and the next House and Lot westerly, in the occupation of Peter Verbeke, Esqr. They will be disposed of separately or together, as the Purchaser may wish; and would readily bring Seven Hundred Guilders rent, monthly - the two latter having paid Twenty Joes per month rent, for a length of time past. They are in excellent order, have a free communication with each other, good cellerage, and yard room; a canal-landing and platform. Terms will be made very easy, and possession given in a month from the sale.
George-Town, April 2.
Thomas Shute.

His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor returned yesterday; the continued inclemency of the weather not permitting the Inspection purposed.

Arrivals. - The brig Nerine and ship Eppleworth, from London; and sloop Blackbird, from Barbados.

Departures. - The schooner Douglas, for Barbados; the Three Friends, for Dominique; and the ship Ruimveld, for Amsterdam.

Printed and Published by William Baker, every Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday, at his Office in Cumingsburg.


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