Cape of Good Hope Government Gazette 1827 - 4 - October to December

FRIDAY, 5TH OCTOBER, 1827. VOL. XXII. No. 1134.

Tenders for the supply of similar Rations for His Majesty’s Troops, at Port Elizabeth (Algoa Bay,) for the same period, and according to the foregoing particulars, will also be received by Mr A. OXHOLM, Commissariat Department, Port Elizabeth, to the same date.
As Security will be required, the Tenders must be accompanied by a letter from the parties proposed as such, stating that they are willing to become bound for the Contractor as Security, for the due fulfilment of his Contract.
Deputy Commissary-General’s Office,
Cape Town, Sept 18, 1827..
(Signed). William HEWETSON,
Deputy Commissary-General.

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George CLARKE,
ENGLISH TALLOW CHANDLER, NO. 8, PLEIN-STREET, CAPE TOWN.
RESPECTFULLY begs to acquaint his Friends and the Public, that he has now on hand a large Stock of Winter-made Moulds, Kitchen and Night Candles, of the best quality. Families will find a decided advantage by laying in a summer Stock; an allowance will be made for ready money.
Candles of any description made to order for Exportation.
N.B. – Town and Country Shops supplied on liberal terms.

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MARRIED.

AT Stellenbosch, on Monday the 1st instant, by the Rev. M. BORCHERDS, Mr. J.A. MADER to Miss C.A.E. WEGE.
4th October, 1827.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS IN TABLE BAY.
Sept. 29, Clansman, J. SNOWDEN, Master, from Calcutta 24th June, bound to Liverpool, with a general cargo.
Passengers – Messrs. 30, Nimrod, T HARVIE, Master, from the Downs 23d June, bound to New South Wales, with a general cargo.
Passengers – Lieut. And Mrs. LAMB, R.N. and 2 Children, Mrs. HARVIE and Child, Messrs. PHILLIPS, MARSDEN, BERWISE, and BIDDICK.
October 3, Catherine, J. MACKINTOSH, Commander, from Portsmouth 16th July, bound to Calcutta, with a general cargo.
Passengers – Mesdames COOPER, PIERSON, and FREIGNON, Misses FORD, BOSCAWEN, and E. BOSCAWEN, Lieut. LAING, Messrs. HIND, FREIGNON, CARNEGIE, KENNY, COOPER, ROSE, DONNELLY, TAIT, FORD, and Doctor DUNLOP.

SAILED OUT OF TABLE BAY.
Sept. 30, Henry Porcher, R. JEFFERY, Commander, bound to Calcutta.
October 2, Triump, T. GREEN Commander, bound to England.
- George the Fourth, W. McLEOD, Master, bound to Algoa Bay.

SAILED OUT OF SIMON’S BAY.
Sept. 26, His Majesty’s Ship Tamar, Capt. J.J.G. BREMER, C.B. bound to England.

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MARRIAGES.

In the Reformed Church, Cape Town, on Sunday the 30th September, 1827,
Jan Daniel DE VILLIERS, Js. to Anna Susanna MELLET.
Jacob MOSTERT, Cs. to Johanna Hendrica STIGLINGH, Widow of the late P.L. NEWTON.

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CHRISTENINGS.

In the English Church, on Sunday the 30th September, 1827,
By the Rev. Geo. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain,
A Son of Lieutenant G.M. PEDDER, R.N. Commandant of Robben Island, baptized Martinus William.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 30th September,
A Son of R. VAN REJEN, baptized Reyndert Christoffel.
A Son of J.N. COMBRINK, baptized Nicolaas Casparus.
A Daughter of Mr. W.T. RAUCH, baptized Wilhelmina Margaretha.
A Daughter of C.L. COLLIN, baptized Maria Jacoba Theresia.

In the Lutheran Church, on Sunday the 30th September,
A Son of F.F. MULLER, baptized Arend Loedolff.
A Daughter of Mr. C.G. LANGERMAN, baptized Anna Jacoba Salomina.

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DEATHS.

September 27, Adriana PAULSEN, aged 29 years.
October 1, Mrs. Wilhelmina Magdalena JACOBS, Wife of Mr. Cornelis Breevilt SCHUITEMAKER, aged 31 years, 1 month, and 14 days.

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SALES BY THE SEQUESTRATOR TO THIS GOVERNMENT.
TOMORROW, THE 6TH October, by the Agent at Stellenbosch, in front of his House, at 10 o’clock, on account of the following Persons:
Andries Petrus ZEEMAN, 16 Draught Oxen.
Petrus Johannes CATS, an open Horse Waggon.
Matthys Michielse LOUW, two open Bullock Waggons, 40 Draught Oxen, and 4 Horses.
To-morrow the 6th, and Monday the 8th, October, on account of the Estate of David Hendrik MELLET (placed under Sequestration), a House and Premises, situate No. 16, Shortmarket-street; also a Store, situated in Loop-street; likewise, Household Furniture of various descriptions, Plate, Plated, Glass, and Earthen Ware, Culinary Requisites, a quantity of Merchandize and Timber, &c. &c.; also the Slaves Africa of the Cape, coachman; Daantje  of do.do.; Mina of do. do. with her Children Marietje, Fransina, and Saartje; and Regina of Mosambique, cook, with her Child Caesar.
On Monday the 8th October, at the Paarl, by the Agent at Stellenbosch, on account of the Estate of Arend WAHL, (placed under Sequestration,) Household Furniture, Silver and Plated Ware, a Fowling Piece, Kitchen Utensils, and a Watch; also, the Slaves Cyrus, Rosa, November of Mosambique, Abraham and Cupido of this Colony, and Jonas of Malabar.

On Monday the 8th October, by the Agent at Worcester, on account of Gilles C. SMUTS, a Bullock Waggon complete.

On Tuesday the 9th October, at the Sequestrator’s Stores, Church-square, on account of the following Persons:
The Estate of J. Suasso DE LIMA, (placed under Sequestration,) Household Furniture, Plated Ware, Culinary Requisites, &c. &c.
The Estate of Thomas Luck TOWNSEND, (placed under Sequestration,) comprising Household Furniture of various descriptions, Silver, Plate, Glass, and Earthen Ware, some Jewellery, Culinary Requisites, &c. &c.
J.M. GENAU, 3 open Waggons, and 10 Horses.
Coenraad Hendrik LAUBSCHER, Cs. the Slaves Basina, Candasa, and Theresia – all of the Cape.

On Wednesday the 10th October, on account of the Estate of David Hendrik MELLET, (placed under Sequestration), four Erven, with the Buildings theron, situated at Green-point; also Household Furniture of various descriptions; likewise 2 covered Carts, an open do., a do. Waggon, and 3 Horses.

On Wednesday the 10th October, at Somerset, Hottentots Holland, by the Agent at Stellenbosch, on account of the Estate of David Hendrik MELLET, two Erven, situ [the end of this page has not been included in the image]

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IF Michiel REYNEKE, Js. is still alive, or if any one can give information respecting him, application is requested to be made to the Undersigned.
1st October, 1827.
H. DE JOHNG, Sen.

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DIED on the 6th July, our beloved and revered Father, B.L. ZAAYMAN, aged 67 years, 2 months, and 6 days, of which notice is hereby given to Friends and Relatives.
George, Sept. 25, 1827.
L.P. ZAAYMAN.
B. ZAAYMAN.

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FRIDAY, 19TH OCTOBER, 1827. VOL. XXII. No. 1136.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS IN TABLE BAY.
October 14, Usk, T. LONG, Master, from Algoa Bay 29th Sept. to this Port, with Colonial Produce.
Passengers – Rev. Mr. IRELAND, Miss JONES, Mr. SPILLER, and Mr. DE MILL and Family.
- North Briton, G. MORRISON, Master, from Greenock 31st July, bound to New South Wales, with a general cargo.
Passengers – Messrs TINNEAR, MORRISON, and RATTRAY; in the Steerage, Mr. and Mrs. MARK, and Messrs. CHARLES and DAVISON.
- Mary Anne, J. BOUCANT, Commander, from the Downs 15th July, bound to Calcutta, with Sundries.
Passengers – The Lord Bishop of Calcutta, his Lady, and Child; Mr. KNAPP, Chaplain, Mrs. NEPEAN, Misses OMMAREY and BEACHER, 2 Misses McGREGOR, Messrs. WYATT, FLEMING, and CLARKE.
10, Success, George SMITH, Master from St. Helena 21st September, bound to this Port, in ballast.
Passenger – Mr. H. SMITH.
- Sesostris, H. BOURCHER, Esq. Commander, from the Downs 4th August, bound to Bombay, with Sundries.
Passengers – Mr. Justice BURTON and Lady, Mr. C. BURTON, Mr. OLIPHANT, Mr. LAWSON, Mr. BLENKINS, and Mr. REID, and 5 Servants.
17, Sarah, C. MANDERS, Master, from the Mauritius 13th Sept. bound to London, with Sugar.
Passenger – Captain JACKSON, B.A.
18, Robarts, J. CORBYN, Esq. Commander, from the Downs 6th August, bound to Calcutta, with Sundries.
Passengers – Messrs. LAW, FORBES, HOLLINGS, and DOOLAN, 2 Women, a Child, and 6 Servants.

SAILED OUT OF TABLE BAY.
October 13, Thomas, R. BUTLER, Master, bound to Algoa Bay.
15, Achilles, J. HENDERSON, Master, bound to Mauritius.
17, Gironde, Captain CAUSSADE, bound to Madras.
17, Britannia, W. FERRIS, Master, bound to Bombay.

ARRIVALS IN ALGOA BAY.
October 5, Mary, P. LAIRD, Master, from Table Bay 27th September, bound to this Port, with Sundries.
Passengers –
Mr. HEUGH and Family.
6, George the Fourth, W. McLEOD, Master, from Table Bay 3d October, bound to this Port, with Sundries.
Passengers – Mr. DYASON, and a Slave Boy, prisoner.

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MARRIAGES.

In the Reformed church, on Sunday the 14th October,
Gerrit David BYL, to Eliza GULLY.
Johannes Casparus PIEK, to Sara Johanna VERMEULEN.

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CHRISTENINGS.

In the English Church, Cape Town, on Sunday the 14th October, 1827,
By the Reverend Geo. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain,
A Son of Mr. Alex. FERRIS, baptized Robert Alexander.
A Daughter of Mr. Benjamin MORGAN, baptized Hannah Henrietta.
A Son of Leentje, (a Free Native), baptized Charles.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 14th October,
A Son of Mr. K.N. DE KOCK, baptized Joseph.
A Son of J.J. ADRIAANSE, baptized Johannes Josephus.

In the Lutheran Church, on Sunday the 14th October,
A Daughter of J.N. HAMMAN, baptized Magdalena Catharina.

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DEATHS.

October 10, Johannes RYNHOUT, aged 27 years, 9 months, and 7 days.
- A Daughter of Mr. J.F. BECK, named Maria Cecilia Catharina, aged 2 years, 11 months, and 4 days.
12, A Son of Geertruyda Johanna OBERMEYER, named Fredrik Ryk Christiaan, aged 8 months and 14 days.
- Elizabeth van DE KAAP, aged 57 years.
15, Margaretha Elisabeth SLABBER, Wife of G.N. LOND, aged 42 years, 5 months, and 6 days.

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BIRTH. – At Graham’s Town, on the 3d instant, the Lady of Lieut. J.J. HOPE. R.E. of a Daughter. – The Infant expired a few hours after its birth.

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PUBLICATION.
THE Presiding Member, and Worshipful Members of the Court of Justice of the Settlement of the Cape of Good Hope, and its Dependencies, do hereby make known:
That whereas Gysbert Henry MAASDORP, as Agent of Mich. KOETZE, Gs. Husband of Hester Theod. MOLLER; Susan. Marg. MOLLER, separated Wife of the late Jan HEGERS; Josina DE WAAL, Daughter of the late Arend DE WAAL, As. and the late Martha MOLLER – ab intestate Heirs of the late Eliz. Theod. Gerhardina MOLLER, Widow of the late Mart. NIEUSTAD, has addressed a Petition to our Court, stating:
That he, in his aforesaid capacity, wishing to liquidate the said Estate, (but, however, being ignorant as to what Debts there may be to the charge of the same, which might prevent his bringing it to a final settlement,) is desirous the Court would be pleased, more solito, to summon all Persons conceiving they have any Claims, of what nature soever, against said Estate, to give in the same at the Office of the Secretary to the Court, within the Term of Three Months subsequent to the Publication hereof, on pain of being deprived of further Right.
Now, the Court having taken the same into due consideration [………]
Thus done and granted in the Court of Justice at the Cape of Good Hope, on the 12th of July, 1827, and published and affixed on the same day.
(Signed) W. HIDDINGH.

By order of the Court,
D.F. BERRANGE, Secretary.

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THE Creditors of the Insolvent Estate of Isaac LESAR, are required, in the name of the Worshipful the Court of Justice, to appear on Wednesday, the 24th October, 1827, at 10 o’clock, A.M. precisely, before their Commissioner, to hear Sentence pronounced on the Draft of Partition of the said Estate, drawn up and exhibited in the Court by the Joint Sequestrator.
Cape Town, 18th October, 1827.
By Order,

R.J. VAN DER RIET, 2d Head Clerk.

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THE Documents relating to the Insolvent Estate of
Willem VOLKWEIN,
will lay open at the Office of the Undersigned, during the ensuing fourteen days, from Wednesday the 17th instant, for the inspection of those concerned, agreeably to the Instructions on that head.
Sequestrator’s Office, Oct. 11, 1827.

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NOTICE. – Conformably to the 50th Article of the Instructions for the Sequestrator, the respective Creditors in the Insolvent Estates of
The late Rynier STASSER,
are hereby summoned to appear at the Office of the Undersigned, on Thursday the 15th of November next at Eleven o’clock, in order to be heard with regard to their Claims on said Estates, when, in case of any difference respecting the Preference and Concurrence, the same shall be decided immediately, and de plano;- the Documents relating to the aforesaid Estates will in the meantime lay open for the inspection of those concerned.
Sequestrator’s Office, Oct. 17, 1827.
D.J. KUYS, Joint Sequestrator.

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FRIDAY, 26TH OCTOBER, 1827. VOL.XXII. No. 1137.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS IN TABLE BAY.
October 19, Eagle, G. BATTY, Master, from Liverpool, bound to this Port, with a general cargo.
20, Kate, D. WATT, Master, from St. Helena, bound to this Port, in ballast.
Passengers – A. ANTONIE, his Wife, and 2 Children, and 2 Slave boys.

SAILED OUT OF TABLE BAY.
October 21, Ganges, E. BOULTBEE, Commander, bound to Calcutta.
22, Robarts, J. CORBYN, Esq. Commander, bound to Calcutta.
- Sesostris, W. BOURCHER, Esq. Commander, bound to Bombay.
24, Mulgrave, J. TURNER, Master, bound to Mauritius.
25, Nimrod, T. HARVIE, Commander, bound to New South Wales – Put back again.

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CHRISTENINGS.

In the English Church, Cape Town, on Sunday the 21st October, 1827,
By the Reverend Geo. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain,
A Son of Lieutenant James Thomas LAMB, R.N. baptized William Buchanon.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 21st October,
A Son of J.H. BUITENDAG, baptized Erik Gustaaf Aspeling.
A Daughter of Mr. R. WRANKMORE, baptized Sara Jacoba.

In the Lutheran Church, on Sunday the 21st October,
A Daughter of Mr. P.D. HöhNE, baptized Maria Margaretha.

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DEATHS.

October 19, A Son of J. SUTHERLAND named Kennet Peter, aged 3 months.
20, Willem Carel SCHERTZ, aged 80 years, 2 months, and 7 days.
22, James Harrison WHISTON, aged 40 years.
- Helena van DE KAAP, aged 87 years.

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PUBLICATION.
THE Presiding Member, and Worshipful Members of the Court of Justice of the Settlement of the Cape of Good Hope, and its Dependencies, do hereby make known:
That whereas Johannes Augs. BRESLER, as one of the Testamentary Executors and Administrators of the Estate of the late Christiaan FRISLEW, and his surviving Widow Rosa Cath. PITZER, has addressed a Petition to our Court, stating:
That he, in his aforesaid capacity, wishing to liquidate the said Estate, (but, however, being ignorant as to what [the end of this paragraph has been excluded from the image]

The Estate of F.W. WOEKE, (placed under Sequestration), a Share in the New Mercantile Exchange.

On Wednesday the 31st inst. at 10 o’clock, on account of the Lunatic James THOMPSON, a House and Premises, situated No. 7, Plein-street.

On the same day, at 12 o’clock, on account of the Estate of David Hendrik MELLET, (placed under Sequestration,) a Store and Premises, situated in Loop-street.

On Friday the 2d November, by the Agent at Beaufort, on account of Frans Cornelis DU PLOOY, an Erf, No. 35, situated in Donkin-street.

On Friday the 2d November, at the Paarl, by the Agent at Stellenbosch, on account of Maria Alida OBERHOLSTER, a Piece of Land, with the Buildings thereon.

On Saturday the 3d November, on account of the Estate of Fredrik Willem KELLERMAN, (surrendered under Sequestration), a House and Premises, situated No. 53 Bree-street; also Household Furniture of various descriptions, Glass and Earthen Ware, Culinary Requisites, Glass Cases, Counters, Sedan Chairs, &c. &c.; and the Slaves July, labourer; Clarinda, housemaid; Victorie, laundress; and Arendina.

On Monday the 5th November, on account of the Insolvent Estate of J. Johannes SMIT, 2 Houses and Premises, also a Piece of Land, with the Buildings thereon – all situated at the upper end of Church-street; likewise Household Furniture of various descriptions, Glass and Earthen Ware, Culinary Requisites, 2 Waggons, some Spars and Timber, and the Slaves January of Mosambique, labourer; Louisa, Clarissa, and Mina.

On Monday the 5th November, by the Agent at Caledon, on account of the following Persons:
Matthys Casparus MAREE, the Slave Absalon of the Cape.
Nicolaas Gerhardus THEUNISSEN, a Bullock waggon complete, and 12 Oxen.

On Tuesday the 6th Nov. at the Sequestrator’s Stores, Church-square, on account of the following Persons:
Dirk SLABBER, the Slaves Moele of Batavia, carpenter and mason; and Christiaan of Madagascar, coachman and herdsman.
H.L. COLE, a Silver Watch, a Gun, and a pair of Pistols.
The Insolvent Estate of the Free Black Spadille AKIER, the Female Slave Louisa of Bengal.

On Tuesday the 6th November, at Tulbagh, by the Agent at Worcester, on account of the following Persons:
Petrus Johs. JOOSTE, Js. 2 Saddle Horses,.
The Insolvent Estate of the Free Black Spandille AKIER, the slave September of Batavia, 10 Oxen, 2 Horses, and some Household Furniture.

On Wednesday the 7th November, by the Agent at Stellenbosch, on account of the Estate of Pieter Hendrik DE VILLIERS, Js. (placed under Sequestration), a Freehold Wine Farm called Oude Molen, with about 3 Morgen perpetual Quitrent Land adjacent; also Household Furniture, Kitchen Utensils, Plated and Glass Ware, Stuckvats, Tubs, and other Fustage, Cellar and Farming Implements, a Brandy [the end of the paragraph has not been included in this image]

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ALL Persons having any Claims against the following Estates administered by the Orphan Chamber, viz.
O the late Johannes LOUW, Rs
rule Johannes Francois DU PREEZ, and predeceased Wife Rachel DU PLESSIS,
rule- Matthys Gerhardus VAN WYNGAARDEN, and surviving Widow Johanna Adriana DEYSSEL,
rule- Andries PRETORIUS, and predeceased Wife Anna Sophia PUTTER,
rule- John SLOGAN,

rule- Robert PRICE,
rule- Lambert Hendrik FICK, and surviving WIDOW Judith Magdalena VAN GRAAN,
rule- Jacobus Lodovicus PRETORIUS, and surviving Widow Christina Petronella DE WENNAAR,
rule- Johannes Jurie SCHOEMAN, J.J.s.
Of John William ETCHELL, and his deceased Wife Margaret BLAKE,
Of the late Sophia Johanna SMITH, Widow of Fred. Gideon KOTZEE,
rule- Jan VAN SCHALKWYK, Js. and surviving Widow Cornelia Maria ESTERHUYSEN,
Of Jacobus Nicolaas BOSHOFF, and his deceased Wife Cornelia Johanna NORTJE,

are hereby requested to forward them, with proper Vouchers, to the Orphan Chamber, within the term of three months from this date, on pain of deprivation of further right; and those who may stand indebted to the aforesaid Estates are desired to discharge their respective Debts within the said period, on pain of prosecution at Law.
Orphan Chamber, Cape of Good Hope,
October 25, 1827.
J.J.L. SMUTS, Sec.

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A YOUNG WOMAN wishes to obtain a Situation to attend a Lady going to England. She is accustomed to travel, and can be well recommended by the Lady she is now living with. – Apply to Mr. MEYER, Longmarket-street.

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IN the Pound at the Place of the Field-Cornet E.L. MARAIS, Breede Rivier, are confined, a black speckled Cow, having the mark of a dovetail in each ear, and a slit in the right ear; also a black Calf, having a white back.
The same (if not previously claimed) will, on Wednesday the 31st instant, be publicly sold at the Place of said Field-Cornet.
Worcester, Oct. 20, 1827.
P.J. POGGENPOEL. Sec.

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THE Undersigned having purchased the House of Mr. D. MELLET, near Boerenplein, offers to Let, on favourable terms, the Shop, with the Glass Cases, Racks, &c.
Oct. 25, 1827.
W.C. BOTHA.

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FIFTY RIX-DOLLARS REWARD.
ABSCONDED five years ago, a Slave named “Philip,” aged about 40 years, yellow complexion, has a crooked leg, and wants some of his teeth; he is supposed to be concealed in Cape Town or vicinity. Whoever lodges him in prison will receive the above Reward, and those harbouring him will be prosecuted.
Graaff-Reinet, Aug. 21, 1827.
H.J. VISSER.

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TWENTY-FIVE RIX-DOLLARS REWARD.
ABSCONDED, a Slave named “Fortuin;” whoever lodges him in prison will receive the above Reward, and any person harbouring him after this Notice will be prosecuted.
C. MOSTERD, Cs.
N.B. Wanted, four Persons to retail Milk, who will be supplied with it all year round.

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ABSCONDED, a Slave named “Stemmer;” whoever lodges him in prison will be rewarded, and those harbouring him after this Notice will be prosecuted.
D.FOCK.

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ABSCONDED, a Slave named “Jeptha,” belonging to the Undersigned, he is of yellow complexion, has a white speck on the right eye, and a mark on one of his sides. It is requested that no person will harbour him; but whoever finds him will lodge him in prison.
Graaff-Reinet, Oct. 5, 1827.
J.S. VAN HEERDEN.

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DIED on Monday the 15th inst. Mrs. Elsie MEYBURGH, Widow of the late Jacs. LOUW, Js., aged 78 years, 9 months, and 9 days. The Children of the Deceased hereby give notice to Friends and Relatives.

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FRIDAY, 9TH NOVEMBER, 1827. VOL. XXII. No. 1139.

THE Brig. Mary, James LAIRD, Master, will be despatched for London immediately. For Freight of a few Tons, Goods, or Passage, (having good accomodations) apply to.
A. CHIAPPINI & Co.

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CAPE TOWN,
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1827.
The Ship La Belle Alliance arrived in Table Bay yesterday afternoon, having on board His Honor the Chief Justice, Sir John WILDE, and Family, she left England on the 3d September, and brings but few letters.
It is with deep regret we have to announce the Death of Mr. CANNING, which it is rumoured will give rise to the following changes in the Cabinet viz: -
Viscount GODERICH, to be First Lord of the Treasury;
Mr. HUSKISSON, Secretary for the Colonies;
Mr. HERRIES, Chancellor of the Exchequer;
Mr. COURTENAY, Secretary of the Treasury’
Sir Herbert TAYLOR, Master General of the Ordnance;
The Marquis of Anglesea, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland;
And it appears by a paper of the 27th August, that His Grace the Duke of Wellington has been [remainder of sentence has been obscured by a fold in the page]

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS IN TABLE BAY.
Nov. 3, Borneo, W.R. WHICHELO, Master, from Mauritius, bound to London, with a general cargo.
Passengers – Mrs. ACLAND and Servant, 3 Children, and 2 Servants.
4, George the Fourth, W. McLEOD Master, from Algoa Bay, for this Port, cargo Sundries.
Passengers – Dr. WALLACE, and Mr. VERMAAK and Servant.
6, Buckbay Packet, C. MACKOY, Master, from the Kowie, for this Port, cargo Sundries.
7, Eleanor, T. MUNRO, Master, from Mauritius, for this Port, cargo Sugar and Rice.
Passengers, - Mr. BRUNEAU, and 2 Servants.
- Thomas, R. BUTLER, Master, from Algoa Bay, for this Port, cargo Sundries.
8, Mary, J. LAIRD, Master, from Algoa Bay, for this Port, cargo Sundries.
Passengers – Mr. HERBERT and Family, Messrs. TENNANT, GRIFFITH, and CHIAPPINI, Assistant Surgeons OVERTON and LESLIE.

SAILED OUT OF TABLE BAY.
Nov. 2, John Munro, R.A. ROE, Commander, for Algoa Bay.
4, Usk, T. LONG, Master, for Algoa Bay.
5, Success, G. SMITH, Master, for St. Helena.
6, Prince Regent, H. MURPHY, Commander, for Madras.
7, Borneo, W.R. WHICHELO, Master, for London.
- Hussaren, G. GIBSON, Master, for London.

ARRIVAL IN SIMON’S BAY.
Nov. 2, His Majesty’s Ship Helicon, (10), C.D. ACLAND, Esq. Comander, from the Mauritius 4th October, bound to this Port.
Passenger – Mr. C. GRANTHAM.

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MARRIAGES.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 4th November, 1827,
Johannes Christiaan THIHART, to Johanna CARSTENS.

In the English Church, Port Elizabeth, by the Reverend
F. McCLELAND, A.B.
Oct. 30, George BUBB, to Hester Maria SCHOLTZ, alias JONAS.

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CHRISTENINGS.

In the English Church, Cape Town, on Sunday the 4th November, 1827,
By the Reverend Geo. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain,
A Daughter of Mr. Benjamin GLASCOTT, baptized Caroline Ann.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 4th November,
A Son of Mr. H. CLOTE, Rs. Baptized Hendrik Adriaan Laurens.
A son of H.H. ROODE, baptized Andres Eschild.
A Son of J.A. ROUVIERE, baptized Francois Johannes Gregorius.
A Son of J. DE JONGH, baptized Jacobus Gerhardus.
A Son of Jan Fredrik VAN CEYLON, baptized Jamis Jenkis.
A Daughter of Mr. C.B. SCHUITEMAKER, baptized Wilhelmina Magdalena Deeters.
A Daughter of Mr J.P.L. CLOETE, baptized Hester Elisabeth

In the Lutheran Church, on Thursday the 1st November
A Daughter of Mr. D.E.WENTZEL, baptized Susanna Johanna Wilhlemina.

On Sunday the 4th November,
A Son of C.J. SCHOONRAAD, baptized Jan Kryn.
A Daughter of G.N. LOND,baptized Johanna Jacoba.
A Daughter of F.A. KEULER, baptized Maria Catharina.

On Wednesday the 7th November,
A Daughter of B.W. OPPEL, jun. baptized Cornelia Wilhelmina.

In the English Church, Port Elizabeth, by the Reverend
F. McCLELAND, A.B.
On Sunday the 14th October,
A Son of Mr. James BURCHELL, baptized James Edward Lewellyn

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DEATHS.

Nov. 2, A Daughter of Mr. C. CRUYWAGEN, named Elisabeth Johanna Petronella, aged about 7 months
5, Samuel WARD, aged 40 years, 7 months, and 4 days.
- Jan Daniel DE VILLIERS, Ps. aged 65 years, 4 months, and 18 days.
6, A Daughter of Mr. D.E. WENTZEL, named Susanna Johanna Wilhelmina, aged 9 months and 7 days.
7, Karel Bernert BRANKE, aged 58 years, 4 months, and 16 days.
- John SUTHERLAND, aged 31 years.

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SALES BY THE SEQUESTRATOR TO THIS GOVERNMENT.
On Monday the 12th Nov. by the Agent at Worcester, on account of the following Persons:
Gilles C. SMUTS, a Waggon.
James SYMINGTON, a Horse, Saddle, and Bridle.
The Insolvent Estate of George PARKER, a Piece of Land, with the Buildings thereon, adjoining the Village of Worcester; also, some Implements of Husbandry, Timber, &c.

On Tuesday the 13th Nov. at the Sequestrators’s Stores, Church-square, on account of the following Persons:
The Insolvent Estate of Gerhardus HURTER, the Slaves Peggie, and her 5 Children Louis, William, Justinus, Fortuin, and Lendor; Charlotte, and her 2 Children, Jupiter, and John
Catharina Sophia VAN REENEN, the Slaves Telemachus and Willem, of this Colony.
Albert W. VAN NIEKERK, the Slave Adam of the Cape.
Tobias MOSTERT, senior, the Slaves Mentor of Mosambique, labourer, and Rosie of do. housemaid.
C.H. LAUBSCHER, the Slaves Basina, Candasa, and Theresia, and a Horse Waggon complete.
The Estate of F.W. WOEKE, (placed under Sequestration), three Erven, situated behind the Castle.
The Insolvent Estate of Bartholomeus H. EYBERG, 3 Cows.

On Wednesday the 14th instant, by the Agent at Stellenbosch, at the Place Libertas, on account of the Estate of Dirk HAMMAN, Household Furniture of various descriptions, Glass and Earthen Ware, Culinary and Cellar Implements, a Brandy Still, Door and Window Frames, Fustage, Carpenters’ Tools, a Naudé Waggon, 7 Horses and Harness, Saddles, &c.; also the Slaves Jan and Africa, coachmen; Alexander, Arend, Goliath, Adam, Lea, (1) Regina, Carolus, Sillemonie, Sanna, David, (2) Regina, Abraham, Antoon, and Esau.

On Wednesday the 14th Nov. by the Agent at Stellenbosch, at the Place Libertas, on account of the following Persons:
Jacs. LOUW, As. the Slaves Thom of this Colony, labourer; and Adam of Mosambique, blacksmith; and 25 Draught Oxen.
Johs E. KOTZEE, the Slave David of this Colony; 60 Bullocks, 35 Horses, and 2 Waggons.
Andries Petrus ZEEMAN, 16 Draught Oxen.

On the same day, at 10 o’clock, at the Town Market, on account of C.H LAUBSCHER, 25 Oxen.

On Saturday the 17th Nov. on account of the Insolvent Estate of M.J. SMIT, a Piece of Perpetual Quitrent Land, situated at the Steenbergen, Cape District, subject to the conditions of a Contract dated 4th August, 1826, entered into with M.J. GREEF, deposited in this Office.

On Monday the 19th November, by the Agent at Somerset, on account of the Estate of Wm. BEAR, (placed under Sequestration), at his Residence in the Field-Cornetcy of Bruintjes Hoogte, sundry Articles of Merchandize, Iron, Household Furniture, Cattle, &c.

On Monday the 19th November, by the Agent at Beaufort, (at the Sub-drostdy), on account of Abraham DE CLERK, sen. 300 Sheep, 10 Oxen, some Household Furniture, Kitchen Requisites, &c.

On Tuesday the 20th November,by the Agent at Somerset, two Erven situated there, belonging to the Estate of William BEAR.

On the same day, at the Vlaggeberg, on account of the Estate of J.W.M. WEGE, (placed under Sequestration), a Perpetual Quitrent Place, called Onrust alias De Hoop, being a Corn and Wine Farm; also Household Furniture, Culinary Utensils, Plated Ware, Agricultural Implements, Waggons, Horses, Cows, a Brandy Still, 2 Stuckvats, 6 ½ Leaguers Wine, (last Vintage), and Tanning Tubs and Implements.

On Tuesday the 20th Nov. at the Sequestrator’s Stores, Church-square, on account of the following Persons:
The Estate of Fredrik KELLERMAN, (surrendered under Sequestration), the Slaves July, labourer; Clarinda, housemaid; Victorie, laundress; and Arendina.
Johan Fredrik KIRSTEN, a Waggon, Cart, and 2 Horses.
The Widow J.A.A. ZIEDEL, the Female Slave Lena of Mosambique.

On Wednesday the 21st Nov. by the Agent at Stellenbosch, on account of J.W.M. WEGE, a House and Premises, situated in Plein-street, Stellenbosch.

On the same day, at the Town Market, on account of the Estate of Christiaan P. VISSER, (surrendered under Sequestration), 21 draught Oxen and a Cow.

On Thursday the 22d Nov. on account of Jacs. Alex. FEHRSEN, a House and Premises, situated No. 15, Heerengracht.

On Thursday the 22d November, by the Agent at Worcester, on account of the following Persons:
Jan Coenraad STEYN, a House and Premises, and a Lot of Building Ground (situated at Tulbagh,) also Household Furniture.
Gert K. KRUGER, 9 Horses, 4 Leaguers Wine, and a Brandy Still.
Abraham P. MINNAAR, the Slave Felix of this Colony.
The Widow Johannes KOTZE, the Slave Adam of this Colony.

On Friday the 23d Nov. on account of John STRACHAN, and George DONALD, a Store and Erf, situated in Boom-street.

On Friday the 23d November, at the Paardeberg, at the Place of D.J. KOTZE, on account of the Estate of Willem H. LATEGAN, Hs. (placed under Sequestration) Household Furniture, Farming Implements, and the Slaves Esanand Catharinaof Mosambique, January, Lodewyk, Philida, Japie,and David, of this Colony.

On Saturday the 24th Nov. by the Agent at Uitenhage, on account of Wm. WATHALL, at Port Elizabeth, an Erf, No. 10, situated at the aforesaid Place.

On the same day, at the Witteboom, on account of J. VAN REEDE VAN OUDTSHOORN, 4 Mirrors, 2,400 Spars,2 Iron Axletrees, 20 draught Oxen, 2 Leaguers Constantia Wine, 2 young Horses, and the Slave Floris of the Cape, carpenter.

On Monday the 26th November, by the Agent at Beaufort, on account of Carl Christian SCHULTZ, an Erf, with the Buildings thereon, situated in Donkin-street, in the aforesaid Village.

On the same day, on account of Jan F. KIRSTEN, a House and Premises, called Haas en Koester, with a Windmill erected thereon, situated near the Salt River.

On Thursday the 29th Nov. on account of the Widow J.A.A. ZIEDEL, 3 Houses and Erven situated No. 1, 2, and 3 Long-street.

On Friday the 30th Nov. on account of the Estate of C.P. VISSER, (placed under Sequestration), 2 Houses and Premises, No. 66, and 66 ½, situated in Loop-street; also, Household Furniture of various descriptions, Glass and Earthen Ware, Culinary Requisites, Fustage, Lime, Bricks, Planks, &c.; likewise, the Slaves Damon of Malabar, labourer; Maria of Mosambique, housemaid; and Pamela of the Cape, housemaid.

On Saturday the 1st December, on account of J. VAN REEDE VAN OUDTSHOORN & Co. part of the Place called Koornhoop, (formerly the property of Carolus FRIESLICH), situated near Liesbeeks River, Cape District.

On Saturday the 1st December, by the Agent at Uitenhage, on account of the Estate of Gerrit Johannes LINDEQUE, (taken under Sequestration), the whole of the Place called Willige Rivier, situated on the Winterhoek Mountains; also Implements of Husbandry, Cattle, Household Furniture, and the Slaves Achilles and Rachel.
Sequestrator’s Office, November 8, 1827.
V.A. SCHONNBERG, Sequestrator.

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NOTICE. – All Persons having any Claims against the undermentioned Estates, are hereby desired to forward the same, accompanied by proper Vouchers, viz:
Willem Hermanus LATEGAN, Hs. (placed under Sequestration, ) to this Office, or to the Agent at Stellenbosch, within the term of six weeks from the 2d instant;
Christiaan Pieter VISSER, (placed under Sequestration,) to this Office, within the term of six weeks from the date of this Advertisement.
The Creditors in that Estate to meet at this Office on Tuesday next, the 13th instant, between the hours of Eleven and Twelve;
on forfeiture of further right; whilst all Debts due to the above Estates, are desired to be liquidated within the said periods, in failure of which the Parties will be legally proceeded against.
Sequestrator’s Office, November 8, 1827.
V.A. SCHONNBERG, Sequestrator.

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THE Documents relating to the Insolvent Estate of
Evert POEZYN,
will lay open at the Office of the Undersigned during the ensuing fourteen days, from Thursday the 8th instant, for the inspection of those concerned, agreeable to the Instructions on that head.
Sequestrator’s Office, Nov. 1, 1827.
V.A. SCHONNBERG. Sequestrator.

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THE Documents relating to the Insolvent Estate of
William WARREN,
will lay open at the Office of the Undersigned, during the ensuing fourteen days, from Monday the 5th instant, for the inspection of those concerned, agreeable to the Instructions.
Sequestrator’s Office, November 1, 1827.
D.J. KUYS, Joint Sequestrator.

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THE Widow P.H. MORKEL intending to concentrate her Affairs, on account of her very advanced age, will sell by Public Auction, without the least reserve, on the 26th and 27th November instant, at her Residence, Hottentots Holland, her Farm, called “Morgenstar;” also, a piece of Quitrent Land, two Premises in the Village of Somerset, a House near Hottentots Holland Beach, well suited for a Bathing House; also, a number of breeding Horses, Draught Oxen, the fine stallion “Cottager,” Bullock Waggons, Carts, Ploughs, Harrows, Stukvats, a Boat, and a number of valuable Male and Female Slaves, among whom are clever tradesmen. – The terms of sale will be made very favourable, and they will be made known on the days of sale.
Hottentots Holland, Nov. 2, 1827.

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THE Undersigned will sell by Public Auction, on the 19th November, at Mr. P.J. WESSEL’S Joostenberg, forty Horses, got by the Spanish Arab Blood Horse “Salomon,” some of which have Foals by their side. The Mares were covered in September and October by the Blood Horse “Tygernek.” Also, bastard bred Cattle, with and without Calves, Draught and Slaughter Oxen, expected from Saldanha Bay. The whole well worthy the attention of purchasers.
J.J. DE MELANDER.
A Glass of good Wine will be given.

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PUBLIC SALE.
THE Undersigned, who are assumed Executors of the Estate of the late Christiaan FRISLEW, and surviving Widow Rosa Cath. PITZER, intend to sell, on the 20th and 23st instant, a House and Premises, situated No. 14, Boom-street; three Houses and an open Erf, situate near the Barracks, behind the Store of Mr. T. DREYER; also,, Household Furniture, Plated, Glass, and Earthenware, Carpenters’ Tools, Iron and Wood; and two Slaves, clever carpenters.
Cape Town, Nov. 8, 1827.
J.G. STEGMAN,
J.A. BRESLER.

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THE Undersigned offer for Sale their productive Farm, called “Bamboes Valley,” about 13 Morgen in extent, situate in Wynberg Flats, with large House, newly built, situate thereon; also, Outbuildings, Stabling, Cowlodges, together with Waggons, Oxen, Cows, Garden Implements, &c. &c. The terms of Sale will be made very favourable
R.J. JOHNSON.
Widow WOLFF.

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BAPTIZED at Simon’s Town, on Monday, November 4th, 1827, Frans JACOPSE, infant Son of Jan Johannes, and Johanna Catharina BREDEFELD; also,
Aletta VRIDAMAN,
Christina Wilhelmina ARENDZE,
Jan Johannes PETERSON,
Hester Johanna VOLLENHOVEN,
Adult free Person,
By R. SNOWDALL,
Wesleyan Missionary.

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DIED on the 21st instant, aged 78 years, 1 month, and 2 days, our respected Mother, Anna Elizabeth COETZE, Widos of the late G. SMIT, Es. Of which we hereby give notice to Friends and Relatives.
Klavervallei, Oct. 23, 1827.
G.E. SMIT, sen.
P.J. SMIT.

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DIED, this day, my beloved Husband, Samuel WARD, aged 40 years and 7 months, - of which distressing loss I hereby give Notice to Relatives and Friends, and request to be excused the visits of condolence.
Cape Town, Nov. 5, 1827.
Diana WARD,
Born COLEMAN.

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DIED, on the 5th instant, at half-past 6 o’clock P.M. my beloved Husband, J.D. DE VILLIERS, aged 65 years, 4 months, and 18 days, of which I hereby give notice to Friends and Relatives.
Cape Town, Nov. 8, 1827.
Widow J.D. DE VILLIERS.

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Jacobus NISBET,

Gulieimus CAIRNCROSS

Gulielmus DICKSON,

Alexander Johnstone JARDINE,

Johannes SAUNDERS,

Nicolas STENHOUSE,

Georgius PATON,

Andreas MATHER,

Jacobus ABERCROMBIE,

Carolus McKENZIE,

Carolus Stuart PILLANS

Johannes LAING.

CURATORES.


ARCHITECTUS,
Henricus Gulielmus REVELEY.

AEDIFICATORES,
Georgius DONALD,
Gulielmus STILLWELL.

Remainder of the efficient Members of the Committee.
Honorary Members of the Committee.
Many Gentlemen friendly to the Undertaking.
The different Masonic Lodges of the Colony, preceded by a Military Band.

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FRIDAY, 16TH NOVEMBER, 1827. VOL.XXII. No.1140.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS IN TABLE BAY.
Nov. 8, La Belle Alliance, H. HUNTER, Commander, from the Downs, bound to Calcutta, cargo Sundries.
Passengers – Sir John WYLDE, Mrs. MOORE, Miss WYLDE, and four Masters WYLDE, Captain and Mrs. JERVIS, Captain MARTIN, Lieut. DOUGLAS, Messrs. CORNISH, ADAMS, HEWITT, LURRELL, and TODD.
9, Baron van der Capellen, J.H. GIESE, Commander, from Batavia, bound to Amsterdam, cargo Coffee, &c.
Passenger – Mr. WESTERMAN.
- Vesper, W. WILLIE, Commander, from Calcutta, bound to London, with Piece Goods, &c.
Passenger – Mr. RICHARDSON.
10, Freeland, Edw. JONES, Master, from Rio de Janeiro, for this Port, with Coffee, &c.
Passenger – Mr. MADRUGA.
- Kent, J. CRAW, Master, from Calcutta, for this Port, with a cargo of Piece Goods.
- Anna Robertson, J. IRVINE, Commander, from the Downs, bound to Calcutta.
Passengers – Mrs. and 2 Misses DISNEY, Mrs. and Miss CRAWFURD, Mrs. CORFIELD, and Miss DONNELLY, Lieut. CORFIELD, Dr. WISE, Messrs. YOUNG, DAVIDSON, DYSART, ABBOT, and JUDGE.
10, Good Intent, J. LAWRENCE, Master, from Port Beaufort, for this Port, with Barley.
11, His Netherlandic Majesty’s Ship Kortenaar, (74), N.P. BLOMMENDAL, Esq. Captain, from the Texel, bound to Batavia, with Troops.
- Susanna, R. CLAPPISON, Master, from the Downs, to this Port, with Sundries.
Passengers – Captain AITCHISON, Ensign BOYD, Rev. Mr. ADAMSON; - in the Steerage, Messrs. HART and THOMAS.
- Caroline, R.L. HARE, Master, from Hull, bound to Van Diemen’s Land, with Settlers.
Passengers - Mrs. HARE, and Dr. HUTCHINS.
13, St. Helena, J. FAIRFAX, Esq. Commander, from St. Helena, for this Port, in ballast.
Passenger – Dr. THORNTON.
14, Ellen, C. CAMPER, Master, from the Downs, for this Port, cargo Sundries.
Passengers – Mrs. MARSHALL, Miss DAY, Messrs. ADENDORFF, and FAKUNHARDT.

SAILED OUT OF TABLE BAY.
Nov. 12, Kate, D. WATT, Master, bound to Mossel Bay.
15, Barbara, J. PEARSON, Master, bound to London.

ARRIVALS IN SIMON’S BAY.
Nov. 9, His Majesty’s Ship Espoir, (10), H. GREVILL, Esq. Commander, from Portsmouth 28th August, and Madeira 10th September, bound to this Port and Mauritius.
13, Le Fils de France, J. GEOFFROY, Master, from Nantes 5th Sept. bound to Calcutta, cargo Sundries.
Passengers – Mrs. and Miss DEGAGE, Messrs. DEGAGE, LAURENT, RITTER, MONNERON, (Portuguese Consul for Mauritius), DUFAMEL, DIDIER, and PUYMOYEN.

ARRIVAL IN ALGOA BAY.
Oct. 31, Harriet, - PALMER, Master, from the Isle of France 14th Oct. for this Port, cargo Sundries
Passenger – Mr. STONE.

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MARRIAGES.


In the English Church, Cape Town, on Friday the 9th November, 1827.
By the Rev. B.C. GOODISON, A.M. Chaplain to the Forces,
BY SPECIAL LICENCE,
Mr. William Rousseau OSMOND, to Miss Hendrica Elizabeth COLYN

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CHRISTENINGS.

In the English Church, Cape Town, on Friday the 9th November, 1827,
By the Rev. B.C. GOODISON, A.M. Chaplain to the Forces,
A Son of Thomas Charles WHITE, Esq. baptized Thomas Charles.

On Sunday the 11th November,
By the Reverend Geo. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial chaplain,
A Son of Mr. Peter TONKIN, baptized John Donkin.
A Son of Mr. Robt. QUILLIAM, baptized James Robert.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 11th November,
A son of Mr. S. BRINK, Js. baptized Johannes.
A Daughter of Mr. C. MOSTERT, Cs. baptized Anna Tobia.
A Daughter of the late J.M. BOTES, baptized Johanna Wilhelmina Martha.

At Wynberg, on Sunday the 7th October,
By the Rev. William WRIGHT, M.A.
A Son of captain HARE, baptized Henry Ambrose.

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DEATHS.

Nov.8, A Daughter of Mr. W.A. JANSSENS DE SMIDT, named Susanna Maria, aged 14 months and 5 days.
- An Infant Daughter of Sara Dorothea JANZEN.
- Maria Magdalena HOFMEESTER, Wife of J.M. GENAU, aged 33 years, 6 months, and 18days.
11, Thomas STELTON, aged about 11 years.
- James SCOON, aged 33 years.
12, Mrs. Alberta Elisabeth ALLEMAN, Widow of the late J.C.F. VON HAGEL, Esq. aged 62 years and 11 months.
13, An Infant Son of A.J. WOLHUTER.
- David ZIN, aged 79 years.

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YESTERDAY Morning, at about 4 o’clock, departed this life, at the Parsonage House, Zwartland, aged 45 years and 3 months, the Reverend Mr. Jacobus SCHOLTZ, Minister of the Reformed Church, - of which afflicting loss I hereby give notice to Friends and relatives.
Zwartland, Nov. 13, 1827.
A. SCHOLTZ, born WILLEMSE.

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CAPTAIN PATTERSON, of the Brig Ellen, will not be responsible for any Debts contracted by the Seamen of the said Vessel.
Cape Town, Nov. 10, 1827.
BORRADAILES, THOMPSON, & PILLANS.

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ON SALE at Mr. A.P. DE VILLIERS’, No. 17, Bree-street, Fresh Flower Seeds and Bulbs, of the rarest kind, just received from the Interior.

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TO LET, a small commodious House, with the use of a Stable and three large Rooms to contain Forage, &c. situate near the Upper Toll; - also, two Boys, one of whom is a plain cook, the other a baker. – apply to J.F REINHOUT, No. 28, Plein-street.

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TO LET, a House in Lelie-street, No. 4; possession may be had on the 15th December. – apply at No. 34, Strand-street.
Cape Town, Nov. 15, 1927.
J.D. SCHMITT.

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FRIDAY, 30TH NOVEMBER, 1827. VOL. XXII. No. 1142.

THE Undersigned requests the Public not to outspan, nor shoot, nor hunt, on his Place “Conterberg,” nor on those of Rondeberg,” and “Jackals Fontein.”
Nov. 28. 1827.
G. MARTIN.

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ABSCONDED, a Slave named “Salie”, a cooper by trade; formerly belonging to Mrs. A. DE WAAL. Whoever lodges him in prison will be rewarded, and those harbouring him will be prosecuted.
H.O. EKSTEEN.

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THE Widow M. VAN NIEKERK, Ms. will sell by Public Auction, on Thursday, 6th December, at Mr. A.BRINK’S Joostenberg, a number of Horses, Oxen, and breeding Cattle, and some valuable Slaves. The whole without reserve.
Stellenbosch, Nov. 27, 1827.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS IN TABLE BAY.
Nov. 24, Alexander Adam, A. PETER, Master, from St. Helena, for this Port, in ballast.
Passengers – Captain COLE, and Mr. DE FONTIN.
25, Lady Feversham, G. ADLER, Master, from the Downs, bound to Bombay, with a general cargo.
Passengers – Mrs. OAKES, Dr. and Mrs. WILLIAMS, Mr. and Mrs. FRANCIS, Dr. ARMSTRONG, Messrs. CHAMBERS and E. FRANCIS.
- Pacific, R. SUTHERLAND, Master, from Monte Video, for this Port, in ballast.
- Crown Prince, A. KULLMAN, Master, from Uddewalla, bound to the Mauritius, cargo Sundries. – Put in for a market.
27, Tyne, R. COTGRAVE, Commander, from Portsmouth, bound to Bombay, with a general cargo.
Passengers – Mesdames TAYLOR and NAPIER, 2 Misses TAYLOR, Captains TAYLOR and NAPIER, Messrs. PARRY, STATHER, HAMILTON, ROBERTSON, GOGGIN, and DANIEL.
- Travers, W. COBB, Master, from Liverpool, for this Port, cargo Sundries.
28, Arcturus, J. WILSON, Master, from the Downs, bound to Calcutta, with a general cargo.
Passenger – Mr. CLEEVE.
- Elizabeth, J. THOMSON, Master, from Santos, for this Port, cargo Coffee and Sugar.

SAILED OUT OF TABLE BAY.
Nov. 24, Palambam, D. NASH, Master, for Greenock.
25, His Netherlandic Majesty’s Ship Kortenaar, (74), N.P. BLOMMENDAL, Esq. Captain, bound to Batavia.
- Caroline, R. HARE, Master, for Van Diemen’s Land.
26, Susannah, R. CLAPPISON, Master, for Simon’s Bay.
28, Ellen, C. CAMPER, Master, for Mauritius.
- Buckbay Packet, C. MACKOY, Master, for Algoa Bay.

ARRIVAL IN SIMON’S BAY.
Nov. 26, Orange Grove, A. BIRCH, Master, from the Knysna 20th instant, for this Port, with Timber for HiS Majesty’s Naval Yard.
Passenger – Mr. AITCHISON.

SAILED OUT OF SIMON’S BAY.
Nov. 25, His Majesty’s Ship Espoir, H.F. GREVILLE, Esq. Captain, bound to the Mauritius.
- Fils de France, J. GEOFFROY, Master, for Calcutta.

ARRIVAL IN THE KNYSNA.
Nov. 18, Kate, D. WATT, Master, from Mossel Bay 17th instant, bound to this Port, with a few Sundries
Passengers – Mr. MUNTINGH, and 15 Hottentot Servants.

ARRIVALS IN ALGOA BAY.
Nov. 16, John Munro, - ROE, Master, from Table Bay 2d Nov. bound to this Port, cargo Sundries.
Passengers – Part of His Majesty’s 55th Regiment, with Women and Children.
17, Usk, T. LONG, Master, from Table Bay 7th November, bound to this Port, cargo Sundries.
Passengers – Mr. STONE, his Family and Servants, Mr. CHAMBERS and Family Messrs. McDERMIS and WEIR, Mrs. KEYLER, and Family, a Quartermaster-Serjeant and Tailor of the 55th Regiment.

SAILED OUT OF ALGOA BAY.
Nov. 16, Harriet, J. PALMER, Master, bound to the Isle of France.

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CHRISTENINGS.

In the English Church, Cape Town, on Sunday the 25th November, 1827,
By the Reverend Geo. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain,
A Son of R. HAIRBOTTLE, baptized John William.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 25th November,
A Son of J.P. HENCKES, baptized Hendrik Diederik.
A Son of A.J. ISAACKSE, baptized Arend Johannes.
Two Sons of Elisabeth Johanna Dorothea ANTHONISEN, baptized Thomas Jacobus and William Johannes.
A Daughter of Mr. P.M. VAN DER SPUY, baptized Johanna Margaretha.

In the Lutheran Church, on Sunday the 25th November,
A Son of F.G.E. LANDSBERG, baptized Johan Daniel Otto.
A Son of J.P. DUSING, baptized Fredrik Willem Christian Johan.
A Daughter of A. NELSON, baptized Magdalena Johanna Louisa.

On Wednesday the 28th November,
A Son of J.J. STEYTLER, junior, baptized Hendrik van der Poll.

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DEATHS.

Nov. 22, Mr. Lodewyk SCHOLTZ, aged 74 years, 1 month, and 7 days. 23, A Daughter of B.W. OPPEL, named Cornelia Wilhelmina, aged 19 months.
24, Johannes Gysbertus VAN REENEN, Esq. aged 78 years, 8 months, and 6 days.
25, A Son of Lieutenant John FLEMING, of His Majesty’s 49th Regiment, named Richard Slane, aged 11 months.
26, A Daughter of G.W. PRINCE, Esq. named Maria Margaretha, aged about 6 months.
27, An Infant Daughter of Wilhelmina Elisabeth ADAMSE.

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FINAL SALE AT NEWLANDS.
ON Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, the 17th, 18th, and 19th of December,
WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION,
THE SPELNDID Drawing Room, Dining Room, Bed Room, Study, Hall, Kitchen, Pantry, and Laundry Furniture, Cut Glass, China and Earthen Ware, Stock of Wines, &c. &c. &c. at Newlands, the Property of the Right Honorable Lord Charles SOMERSET.
The Furniture will be arranged for inspection on Monday the 10th, and may be viewed the whole week previous to the Sale.
Catalogues and Tickets of Admission can be had of Mr. REEVES, who superintends the Sale.
Coolies will be provided to take in charge, and convey the Purchases made at the above Sale.

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FRIDAY, 7TH DECEMBER, 1827. VOL. XXII. No. 1143.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVAL IN TABLE BAY.
Nov. 30, Narcissus, J. WATSON, Master, from Bordeaux, to this Port, cargo Brandy and Wine.

SAILED OUT OF TABLE BAY.
Nov. 29, Eleanor, T. MUNRO, Master, for Mauritius.
Dec. 1, Tyne, R. COTGRAVE, Commander, for Bombay.
- Arcturus, J. WILSON, Master, for Calcutta.
- Lady Feversham, G. ADLER, Master, for Bombay.
3. Gezusters, J. INGERMAN, Master, for Batavia.
6th, Mary, J. LAIRD, Master, for England.
- Kent, J. CRAW, Master, for Algoa Bay.

ARRIVAL IN SIMON’S BAY.
Nov. 29, Susannah, R. CLAPPISON, Master, from Table Bay 25th instant, bound to this Port and Mauritius, cargo Government Stores.

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MARRIAGE.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 2d December,
Andries RUTGERS, to Martha Lodewika Cornelia KUBE.

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CHRISTENINGS.

In the English Church, Cape Town, on Sunday the 2d December, 1827,
By the Reverend Geo. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain,
A Son of Mr. Thomas DENNIS, baptized Thomas James.

On Monday the 3d December, by the same
A Son of the Honorable Mr. Justice KEKEWICH, baptized Henry George.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 2d December,
A Son of J.G. BEUCHELING, baptized Johan Joseph George.
A Daughter of Mr. J.H. VOS, Js. baptized Susanna Sophia.
A Daughter of N.A. LAUBSCHER, Cs. baptized Maria Magdalena.
A Daughter of C. VAN EYSSEN, jun. baptized Maria Barendina Becker.
A Daughter of J.D. UNGERER, baptized Susanna Fredrica Aletta.

In the Lutheran Church, on Sunday the 2d December,
A Daughter of E.G. LANDSBERG, baptized Johanna Juliana Augusta
A Daughter of J.P. BORGSTROM, baptized Martha Johanna Carolina.
A Daughter of J.H. ECHART, baptized Catharina Christina Kock.

At Simon’s Town, by the Rev. Geo. STURT, A.B.
Nov. 18, Two Children, baptized Assea and Amelia.
25, A Son of D. WRIGHT, baptized William Hendrik.

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DEATHS.

Nov. 30, A Daughter of Mr. J.J. VERCUEIL, named Aletta Jacoba, aged 10 months and 6 days.
- A Daughter of Debora VAN DE KAAP, named Johanna Jacoba CERFF, aged 10 months.
Dec. 1, Isaack Johannes JANZEN, aged 87 years.
- Christina Sophia Elisabeth WOLFSTEIN, Wife of Abraham BARTHOLOMEW, aged 38 years.
2, A Daughter of Mr. M. LOTTER, named Johanna Martina, aged 7 months and 6 days.
- A Daughter of Mr. John HOLDING, named Eliza Ann, aged 3 months.

At Simon’s Town.
Dec. 1, A Son of Mr Jas. GRIGGS, named Richard Anderson, aged about 6 months.

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SALES BY THE SEQUESTRATOR TO THIS GOVERNMENT.
TO-MORROW, 8th December, on account of John MURRAY, a House and Premises, situated No. 45, Strand-street.

On Monday the 10th December, by the Agent at Stellenbosch, in front of his House, on account of the following Persons:
The Insolvent Estate of Jan HARTOG, Ps. some Household Furniture, and the Female Slave Elsie of this Colony.
The Insolvent estate of Robert STEVENS, a Saddle, and a Leaguer of Wine.

On Tuesday the 11th Dec. at the Sequestrator’s Stores, Church-square, on account of the following Persons:
Jacs. VAN REEDE VAN OUDTSHOORN, 6 Half Aums Constantia Wine, a Leaguer Cape Hock, a Saddle Horse, Saddle, and Bridle, 2 Waggon Horses, an open Cart, a Boat in frame, 100 Wheel Felloes, 10 Oak Beams, a quantity of Spars, a Horse Waggon, 12 Oxen, 8 Mahogany Chairs, a do. Sofa, and 20 Oak Lintels.
G.N. LOND, the Slave Carolus of the Cape.
H.D. VAN DYK, the Slaves Welkom, Jonathan, (2) Philip, Eva, and (1) Philip.
The separated married People, Jacs. Stephanus BUXMAN and Maria Johanna Sophia BOHMER, some Household Furniture, a white Copper Tea Urn, a pair Brass Scales and Weights, Culinary Requisites, &c. &c.

On Thursday the 13th Dec. by the Agent at Simon’s Town, on account of the Estate of Fredrik W. WOEKE, (placed under Sequestration), Houses, Store, and Premises, situated in Simon’s Town; a Piece of Perpetual Quitrent and, with the Buildings thereon, situated at Smith Winkel Bay, behind Simon’s Bay Hills; also, Stuckvats, Leaguers, and other Fustage, 2 draught Oxen, 2 Cows and a Calf, an European Bull, and the Slave May of Bougies.
N.B. – This Landed Property to be taken possession of on the 1st January, 1828.

On Friday the 14th Dec. by the aforesaid Agent, on account of the Estate of Henry DRAY, (placed under Sequestration), a House and Erf, situated in Simon’s Town.

On Saturday the 15th December, at the Town Market, on accoundt of G.N. LOND, 60 head of Cattle, and 20 brood Mares.

On Monday the 17th Dec. by the Agent at Worcester, on account of the Insolvent Estate of George PARKER, a Piece of Land with the Buildings thereon, situated near the Village of Worcester; also some Implements of Husbandry, some Timber, &c.

On Monday the 17th Dec. on account of H.D. VAN DYK, a Piece of Ground, with the Buildings thereon, together with a Piece of Perpetual Quitrent Land adjoining thereto, situated near the Jan Biesjes Kraal, Cape District.

On Monday the 17th Dec. by the Agent at Uitenhage, on account of Edward MARTIN, half of the Place Misgund, situated on the Kabeljauws Rivier; also, some Household Furniture, Culinary Requisites, and a Horse.

On Monday the 17th Dec. by the Agent at Worcester, on account of the Widow J. KOTZEE, the Slave Adam of this Colony.

On Tuesday the 18th December, by the Agent at Uitenhage, on account of the Estate of AKEN & MONTEATH, a Piece of Land, situated on the Banks of the Kromme River.

On Tuesday the 18th Dec. at the Sequestrator’s Stores, Church-square, on account of the following Persons:
Widow Gabriel ROSSOUW, the Slaves Abrahamof the Cape, shoemaker; November of Madagascar, herdsman; Bastian of Mosambique, labourer; and Spasie of the Cape, housemaid.
Jacob Alex. FRANKE, a Mahogany Wardrobe, silver mounted; 3 pieces of Chintz, a House Clock, and 2 silver Snuff Boxes.
Daniel Johs. DE VILLIERS, P.F.s the Slaves Auroraand Coridon, and 4 Saddle Horses.
Ryk A.M. CLOETE, the Slaves Salomon of the Cape, Asia and Africa of Mosambique, and a Bullock Waggon.
Jan Pieter DE VILLIERS, Js. the Slaves Carolus of Batavia, February of Mosambique, Carolus of the Cape, Carolus of Mosambique, and Annetta of the Cape.

On Wednesday the 19th Dec. by the Agent at Stellenbosch, in front of his House,on account of George C. GANS, the Female Slave Candaza.

On Wednesday the 19th of December, by the Agent at Beaufort, on account of Robert DONALDSON [the end of the page has not been included in the image]

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FRIDAY, 14TH DECEMBER, 1827. VOL. XXII. No. 1144.

LIST OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS IN THE GENERAL POST OFFICE, CAPE TOWN.

C. ALBERTYN

J. LONDON

Mrs. APPELDORN

Lieut. MAXWELL

P. BOTHA

J. MALLET, (2)

M. VAN BREDA

Mrs. VAN DER MERWE

A. BURGER

W. MARAIS

B. BLUND

C. MEYER

Major BROWN

J. MEYER

J.P. BOSMAN, (2)

D. MALAN

T. BRETT

J.W. MAAS

B. BAYLES

Mr. MOUNTJOY

A. BUCHANAN

P. OPPERMAN

Mrs. COMBERMERE

J. PEYPER

H. COMBRINCK

D. DU PLESSIE

J. COENRADIE

T. POTGIETER

J. COWELL

L. VAN PLETTENBERG

- CHERRY

J. PALMER

J.G. CLOETE

S. PIENAAR

H. CLOETE, Rs. (2)

Mrs. PFEIL

Capt. J. DUNN, (2)

Major PATTLE, (6)

T. DEBRUGE

J. VAN REENEN

J. DUNFORD

J. ROUX

V. DUKE

P. RICHARDSON

Lieut. DORMER (2)

J. SADLER

Lieut. ELLIS, (3)

T. SCHONNBERG

Mrs. ECKARD

SABINA

Miss ELSING

SAARTJE

C.F. ECKLON

G. SMIT

P. FAURE

Captain STRONG

J.C. FICK

D. SMIT

H. VAN GEEN

T. SAVELL, (2)

Colonel GRANT

F. SCHULTZ, (2)

Captain A. GORDON

Rev. D. TEYERMAN

A.P. HIEBNER, (3)

P.J. TAUTE

W. HARRIS

H. DU TOIT

P. HUMAN

J. THEUNISSE

C. HAMMES

P. DU TOIT

W. HALLISSEY

J. VERRIAUX

P.J. HORMING

J. VAUGHAN

P. HUSSEY

N. VOLKWYN

M. JOHNSTONE

H. DE WAAL

P. JACOBS

J. WALTON

Mrs. JOPAZ

J. WARMENBERG

S. KOTZEE, (2)

T. WETEL

Mrs. KOPP

J. WEYMUN

J. KOTZEE

Captain WATKINS

J. KIRSTEN

P. DE WET

J. DE KOCK

Lieut. WILSON

W. KELLY

A. YOUNG

T. KIDD

M.P. TAUTE

C. LIENBENBERG

 

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In the Press, and speedily will be published in One Vol. 8vo.
By George GREIG, Market-square, Cape Town,
MEMORANDA made on two Journeys into the Sichuana Territory during the years 1825 and 1826, for the purpose of ascertaining the Nature, Extent, and Promise of the Trading Intercourse with the Transgariepine Natives, and State of the Native Tribes on the Northern Frontier of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope.
By John Centlivres CHASE.

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READY for the Press, and will be published as soon as 200 Subscriptions be obtained,
GOLDEN RULES FOR MAGISTRATES AND JURYMEN,
(In English and Dutch, separately,)
extracted from a Work lately published by John GIFFORD, Esq. conveying clear and concise information for Magistrates, and the most useful instruction and cautions for the honourable fulfilment of the sacred duty of Jurymen.
PRICE ONE RIX-DOLLAR.
Subscription Lists open at the Public Library, Mr. GREIG’S, the Publisher’s, and Mr. BRIDEKIRK’s.

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SIR Richd. PLASKET being about to leave the Colony, all outstanding Accounts against him are required to be sent in forthwith.
A few Articles of Household Furniture, Lamps, China, Glass, Plated Ware, and Books, the Property of Sir. R. PLASKET, will be Sold by Auction at his House in the Keizersgracht, at the latter end of this Month, if not previously disposed of by Private Sale. May be viewed on Monday the 17th instant, and following days, between 10 and 12 o’clock.

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If Simon SEYMOUR, who was formerly in the 21st Dragoons, and afterwards in the Cape Corps, [or his Heirs, if in possession of a Will,] will send his Address to the Military Secretary, Cape Town, he will hear of something to his advantage.
By order, M. RYAN,
Military Secretary.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS IN TABLE BAY.
Dec. 8, John Munro, R. ROE, Commander, from Algoa Bay, for this Port, cargo Colonial Produce.
Passengers – Captain ORMOND, Lieuts. MATHEWS and SPARKS, and a Detachment of the 49th Regiment.
9, Madeline, F.R. COGHLAN, Commander, from Mauritius 9th Nov. and Algoa Bay 2d Dec. cargo Sugar.
Passengers – Captains ST. JOHNS and COCHRANE, Lieut. ROBINSON, Mr. and Mrs. SARGEANT, Mr. PACKERS, and 6 Servants.
10, Walworth Castle, G. SINCLAIR, Master, from Batavia, cargo Coffee. – Put in for Water, &c.
- Kate, D. WATT, Master, from Knysna, to this Port, cargo Timber.
11, Sarah Ann, J. PHILLIPS, Master, on a Whaling Voyage. Put in for Refreshments.
12, Usk, T. LONG, Master, from Algoa Bay, to this Port, cargo Colonial Produce and damaged Cotton.
Passengers – Mr. SILBERBAUER and Family, Misses PETERSEN, BUNDERS, and MACSTEAD, Messrs. John and Jas. KACHELHOFFER, a Serjeant of Artillery, and Wife.

SAILED OUT OF TABLE BAY.
Dec. 7, Hebe, T. FOREMAN, Master, for Rio de Janeiro.
12, Walworth Castle, G. SINCLAIR, Master, for England.
13, Good Intent, T. LAWRENCE, Master, for Algoa Bay.

ARRIVAL IN MOSSEL BAY.
Dec. 2, City of Bordeaux, J. ALEXANDER, Master, from the Mauritius 9th November, bound to Table Bay, cargo sugar.
Passenger – Mrs. ALEXANDER.

SAILED OUT OF MOSSEL BAY.
Dec. 6, City of Bordeaux, J. ALEXANDER, Master, bound to Table Bay.

SAILED FROM THE KNYSNA RIVER.
Nov. 22, Orange Grove, A. BURCH, Master, for Simon’s Bay.

ARRIVALS IN ALGOA BAY.
Nov. 27, Madeline, F.R. COGHLAN, Master, from the isle of France, bound to this Port and England, cargo Sundries.
Passengers – Mrs. NOURSE and Family.
Dec. 1, George the Fourth, Wm. McLEOD, Master, from Table Bay 21st Nov. bound to this Port, cargo Sundries.

SAILED OUT OF ALGOA BAY.
Dec. 3, Madeline, F.R. COGHLAN, Master, bound to Table Bay and England.

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MARRIAGES.

In the English Church, Cape Town, on Wednesday the 12th December, 1827,
By the Reverend Geo. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain,
BY SPECIAL LICENCE,
Charles GRIFFITH, Esq. to Mrs. Maria Cornelia Wilhelmina, Widow of the late James FICHAT, Esq.
Mr. William Leonard HOLMES, to Emma Horatia HARRISON.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 9th December,
Robert CALLANDER, to Georgina Cornelia HENNING.

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CHRISTENINGS.

In the English Church, Cape Town, on Sunday the 9th December, 1827,
By the Rev. Geo. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain,
A Son of Mr. Wm. PUTT, baptized Charles Henry.
A Daughter of Catharine HENDRICKS (Free Person), baptized Susannah.
An Adult Free Person, baptized Rachel Josephine.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 9th December,
A Son of Mr. P.G. VAN DER BYL, As. baptized Pieter Gerhard.
A Son of J. KOCH, baptized Johannes George.
A Son of Geo. WEATHERHEAD, baptized Thomas.
A Son of Z.J. GERMANS, baptized Christiaan Jacobus.
A Son of J.G. LOUW, As. baptized Pieter Jeremias.
A Daughter of J. HURLINGH, baptized Maria Elisabeth.

In the Lutheran Church, on Sunday the 9th December,
A Son of the Reverend Mr. J.M. Kloek VAN STAVEREN, baptized Marinus.

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DEATHS.

Dec. 5, A Daughter of Mr. J. VAN DEN BERG, named Anna Catharina, aged 5 months and 23 days.
- Christina Johanna FELIX, aged 60 years.
- An Infant Daughter of Thomas Scott.
7, Mrs. Johanna Fredrica WERNSDORFF, aged 41 years, 2 months, and 17 days.
- Mr. George Fredrik LEHMAN, aged 24 years, 8 months, and 17 days.
- A Daughter of Anna Catharina WALENDORFF, named Elisabeth, aged 2 years, 5 months, and 6 days.
- Johanna RIKKERT, Widow of the late P. PIETERSEN, aged 87 years.
- Marthinus Hermanus LE ROES, aged 67 years, 6 months, and 24 days.
8, Elisabeth Catharina WATKE, Widow of the late S. ROTHMAN, aged 56 years and 8 months.
9, Samuel BOVY, aged 27 years and 7 months.
11, A Son of Robt. QUILLIAM, named James Robert, aged 3 months and 4 days.
- A Daughter of the late J.G. GYZELAAR, named Johanna Maria, aged 3 years.
12, At Eerste Rivier, Petrus DIEMEL, Esq. aged about 67 years.

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LIST of DONATIONS in aid of the FUND for Building a SCOTTISH CHURCH in this Metropolis, continued: -
Rds. Sks.
Amount already published, 10,603 7

Additional Donations, viz:

C.T. THORNHILL,

 

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100

0

C.S. PILLANS (Arbitration Fees),

 

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200

0

G.W. PRINCE, do.

   

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100

0

J.T. VAN DER CHYS,

 

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5

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G.W. SILBERBAUER,

 

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25

0

Chas. DIXON

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50

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Joseph STIDWORTHY,

 

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50

0

D. ROSS

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50

0

- MEURANT

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20

0

- WEATHERHEAD

 

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250

0

- PALLAS

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-

50

0

G. BAUMGARDT,

 

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20

0

Capt. R. JOHNSON

 

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25

0

David ESTON, sen.

 

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50

0

Rev. B.C. GOODISON

 

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50

0

J. ABERCROMBIE, 2d Donation

 

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100

0

A Friend, by Mr. ABERCROMBIE

   

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30

0

S. WARD

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-

-

25

0

G. VOS

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-

-

100

0

R. HEURTLEY

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25

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Dr. VAN OOSTERZEE

 

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30

0

E.K. GREEN

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-

10

0

J.J. VOS

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-

-

50

0

M.C. VOS

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50

0

H.P. KEYTEL.

 

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25

0

E. HOGG

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-

10

0

J.F. STOBER

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-

20

0

D. WAHL

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-

10

0

T. THWAITES

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20

0

H. HANCKE

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-

10

0

A Catholic

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20

0

A Friend

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-

20

0

N.J. RUSSOUW

 

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10

0

J.F. PENTZ

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10

0

P.M. TESSELAAR

 

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10

0

P.J. PENTZ

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10

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F. RUSSOUW, sen.

 

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25

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J.K. DEANE

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10

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[To be continued.]

Donation Lists are open at the Bank, the commercial Rooms, at Mr. BRIDEKIRK’S and Mr. GREIG’S Printing Offices; at Mr. SAUNDERS’, 20, Heeregracht, and at the House of the Secretary, 16, Strand-street. Donations will also be received by each Member of the Committee.
Cape Town, Dec. 12, 1827.
By Order of the Committee,
Geo. PATON, Secretary.

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FOR ALGOA BAY.
THE Brig. Usk, having two-thirds of her Cargo engaged, will be dispatched immediately. For particulars apply to James SMITH, 29, Castle-street, or to
Joseph DIXIE,
Ship and Insurance Broker.

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D.J. ROSSOUW, sen. being desirous to wind up his affairs in consequence of his advanced age, the Undersigned will cause to be sold by Public Auction, on the 24th December instant, the whole of the Estate and Effects of the said D.J.R.; consisting of his well known and fertile Place, called “Zoetendal,” situate at the Groeneberg, planted with 140,000 Vines, and all sorts of Fruit Trees; provided with running water throughout the whole year; capital summer grazing and arable Land. This Estate will be put up in 5 separate Lots; first by the opslag, afterwards in two Lots, and finally the whole Estate by the afslag. Further, Male and Female slaves of good character and abilities, 60 Leaguers, Fermenting Tubs, Cellar Implements, Smiths’ Tools, Waggons, Oxen, Cows, Horses, &c. &c.
The Purchasers of the separate Lots, or of the whole of the Estate, may hold the greater part of the purchase money on interest, provided good security be given.
N.B. The said Place is in the meantime for Private Sale.
Address to the Owner on the Place, or to the Undersigned in Cape Town.
The Sale will commence at 9 o’clock in the morning precisely.
C.C. MOCKE, q.q.

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THE Undersigned, desirous to leave this Colony as soon as his moveable Property will be disposed of, offers for Sale or to Let, in part or wholly, (for 5 years certain), his excellent House and Premises, most eligibly situated in Market-square, corner of Burg-street. For particulars apply to the Owner.
On Wednesday the 19th, and Monday the 24th, instant Public Sales will be held at his Stores, of Sugar, Rice, excellent Mocha, Java, and Brazil Coffee, Grocery, Earthen and Glass Ware, Oilman’s Stores, Toys, small Beads, split Peas, Pearl Barley in small lots, Honey in jars, Cotton Wick, Gentlemen’s Boots, Farmers’ shoes, Cork Soles, 10 Muids of excellent Almonds, 25 Muids Beans; for Fishermen, a new complete Fishing Nett; and a few bales of best sound Cork Planks; writing and coarse Paper, Gunpowder in canisters, Sandalwood Trunks, and a variety of other Articles.
Cape Town, 12th December, 1827.
J.A. KEINER
J.A.K. takes this opportunity to acquaint those Persons [the end of the page has been excluded in this image]

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PLEASANT COUNTRY RESIDENCE.
FOR SALE.
THE House, Garden, Offices, and Grounds attached thereto, situated within four miles of Cape Town, called “Mowbray Place,” at present occupied by Deputy Commissary General HEWETSON, offering an eligible residence for any Gentleman having business in Town. – For particulars apply to the Proprietor, Mr. C. DIXON, No. 34, Plein-street.

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ON the 4th instant departed this life, to our inexpressible grief, our beloved Daughter, Sara Elizabeth, aged 15 years and 28 days – notice of which is given to Friends and Relatives.
Paarl, Dec. 6, 1827.
H.R. VAN ELLEWE.
S.E. VAN ELLEWE.
born CILLIE.

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DIED this day, Johanna RIKKERT, Widow of the late Sideris PIETERSE, aged about 90 years – notice of which is given to Friends and Relatives, with request to be excused the visits of condolence.
Kleine Schuur, Dec. 7, 1827.
N. CERFF.

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DEPARTED this life, aged 56 years and 8 months, our beloved Mother, Elizabeth Catharina WATKE, Widow of the late Sebastiaan ROTHMAN, - notice of which is hereby given to Friends and Relatives.
Cape Town, December 8, 1827.
In the name of the Children,
G. CROESER.
E.C. CROESER,
born ROTHMAN.
M.M. ROTHMAN.

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DIED on the 3d instant, my beloved Wife, Magdalena MALHERBE, aged 28 years, 9 months, and 29 days, of which distressing loss I hereby give notice to Relatives and Friends. To those who attended her Funeral I beg to offer my sincere Thanks.
Dec. 12, 1827.
A.J.H. HERHOLDT.

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DIED on the 7th instant, after a long protracted illness, our beloved Son, George Fredrik, aged 24 years, 8 months, and 17 days,Notice of which is hereby given to Relatives and Friends.
Cape Town, Dec. 13, 1827.
D. Fred. LEHMAN.
Marg. Aletta LEHMAN,
born LANGEJAAN.

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FRIDAY, 21ST DECEMBER, 1827. VOL. XXII. No. 1145.

GAME LICENCES.
LIST of such Persons as have taken out Licences to Shoot and kill Game for the Season, commencing the 1st of December, 1827, and ending on the 30th June 1828.
CAPE TOWN.

Dr. R. BOWER, R.N.

Stephanus HOFMEYER, Ss.

Johannes Nicolaas COLYN.

John OSMOND, jun.

Lambert COLYN.

Peter Jacobus SANDENBERGH.

Henry CROWCHER.

Dr. STEPHENSON, R.N.

William DICKSON.

Peter WATNEY.

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NOTICE – Under a Decree of Sale of the Vice-Admiralty Court, a Public Sale will be held on Monday, the 24th instant, at the Wharf, at 12 o’clock precisely, of the Schooner Conch, her Tackle, Apparel, and Furniture, as she now lays in Table Bay.
This Vessel is coppered, and admeasures 100 [41/91] Tons, and is well adapted for the Timber Trade. An Inventory of her Stores will be exhibited at the time of sale.
N.B. – At the same time will be sold, a Sextant and a Silver Pocket Chronometer, belonging to the said Schooner.
W.J. BIRKWOOD,
Deputy Marshal.

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THE Creditors of the Insolvent Estates of John WILLIS, Wm. WARREN, J.H.ZIMMERMAN, W. VOLKWYN, N.G. HEYNS, D.J. DE VILLIERS, J.S. s., N.E. VAN SCHALKWYK, Jas. LOUDON, C.J. ACKERMAN, PLF. DE VILLIERS, A.Ps., A. BRINK, As., H. CANTERBURY, J.F. MEYER, J.S. MELLET, As. and D.E. WENTZEL, are required, in the name of the Worshipful the Court of Justice, to appear on Friday, the 28th instant, 1827, at 10 o’clock, A.M. precisely, before their Commissioner, to hear Sentence pronounced on the Draft of Partition of the said Estate, drawn up and exhibited in the Court by the Joint Sequestrator.
Cape Town, 21st December, 1827.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS IN TABLE BAY.
Dec.16, Courier, J. HOOK, Master, from London, bound to New South Wales, with a general cargo.
Passengers – Mrs. HOOK and Family, Mr. and Miss CURLUIS, and 2 Servants. – Put in for Water.
17, His Majesty’s Ship Tweed, Lord J.H. CHURCHILL, from Plymouth 16th Sept. bound to Simon’s Bay.

SAILED OUT OF TABLE BAY.
Dec. 14. Brothers, J. BRIGGS, Master, for the Knysna.
15, Sarah Anne, J. PHILLIPS, Master, for London.
16, Madeline, F.R. COGHLAN, Commander, for London.
- Ellen, C. PATTERSON, Master, for London.
19, John Munro, R. ROE, Commander, for the Knysna.
- Kate, D. WATT, Master, for the Knysna.

ARRIVALS IN SIMON’S BAY.
Dec. 14, Marquis of Huntley, Wm. ASCOUGH, Master, from Cork 27th Sept. bound to New South Wales, with 160 Male Convicts, Dr. J. SMITH R.N. in charge.
Passengers – Lieut. SLADE, His Majesty’s 40th Regiment, 33 Rank and File, as Guard, 3 Women and 8 Children; Dr. McCLOED, Staff, and 5 Passengers
18, His Majesty’s Ship Samarang, D. DUNN, Esq. Captain, from the Mauritius 22d November, bound to this Port and England.
Passengers – Captain J. TREACY, R.N., Mr. R. BATES, 7 Black Men, 2 Women, and 7 Boys, - part of the Mombass Establishment.

ARRIVALS IN ALGOA BAY.
Dec. 6. Thomas, R. BUTLER, Master, from Table Bay 29th Nov. for this Port, cargo Sundries.
Passengers – Mrs. MARSHALL, Miss DAY, Mr. SPILLER, and Mr. DE VOS.
7, Buckbay Packet, C. McKOY, Master, from Table Bay 4th instant, for this Port, cargo Sundries.

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MARRIAGES.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 16th December,
Frans Michiel HITZEROTH, to Dina Margaretha KILIAN.
Christiaan Heinrich Johannes GETZE, to Magdalena Dorothea Cornelia ANTHONISE.

On Monday the 17th December,
Mr. Jan Adriaan VAN SCHOOR, to Miss Maria Elisabeth Johanna GROENEWALD.

At Simon’s Town, by the Rev. Geo. STURT, A.B.
On Thursday the 13th December, by Special Licence, at Harrington House, Seaforth, Thomas BULL, Esq. R.N. (Widower), His Majesty’s Ship Owen Glendower, to Mrs. Elizabeth French BUCHANAN (Widow), eldest Daughter of Mr. E. MILLER.

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CHRISTENINGS.

In the English church, cape Town, on Sunday the 16th December, 1827,
By the Reverend Edward JUDGE, M.A.
A Son of Mr. James FAYRER, baptized Edward Alexander Adam.
A Son of Mr. J.H. COUSINS, baptized John Christopher Robert.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 16th December,
A Daughter of M. BERGH, baptized Maria Johanna Laurentina.
A Daughter of J.J. GREEFF, baptized Maria Magdalena.
A Daughter of C.N. GEYER, baptized Catharina Johanna.

In the Lutheran Church, on Sunday the 16th December,
A Son of J. BRINK, As. baptized Arend.
A Daughter of R.J. HEYDENRYCH, baptized Christina Jacoba.
A Daughter of H.J. DE NECKER, jun. baptized Helena Alberta.
Also an Adult Person, baptized Carolina Elisabeth Jacoba SIEVERTS.

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DEATHS.

Dec. 13, A Daughter of D.LILLIS, named Margaretha, aged 8 months and 14 days.
Of Johannes Joachim SWANEPOEL A Son of Wm. GUNN, named John Joshua, aged 6 months and 7 days.
14, George SLEYER, aged 48 years and 21 days.
15, A Daughter of the late Thos. EDWARDS, named Sophia Margaretha, aged 9 months and 11 days.
     Christina Dorothea EB, Widow of the late J. SANDERS, aged 50 years and 3 months.
17, Lucas JURY, aged 71 years.
      A Son of Mr. J.J. VOS, J.Hs. named Carel David, aged 6 years, 2 months and 7 days.
19, Emanuel Vidascdecus GABRIELS, aged 39 years, 10 months, and 11 days.
      A Son of Mr. A.F. CARSTENS, named Fredrik Gerhardus, aged 3 years, 9 months, and 4 days.

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SALES BY THE SEQUESTRATOR TO THIS GOVERNMENT.

THIS DAY, the 21st December, on account of John MURRAY, at the Store behind the Castle, 7 Cables of different dimensions.

On Saturday the 22d Dec. at the Buitenkant, on account of the separated Married Persons, Lieve William N. VAN DER RIET, and Cornelia Sophia Johanna VAN SCHOOR, Household Furniture; comprising Mahogany Tables, Chairs, Sofa, Sideboard, Wardrobe, Looking Glass, Plate, Plated, Glass, and Earthen Ware, Culinary Requisites, &c.; also the Slaves David of the Cape, shoemaker; and Stoffel of do. carpenter (absconded).

On Monday the 24th December, on account of John MURRAY, a House and Premises, situated No. 44, Strand-street, also Household Furniture of various descriptions, a House clock, Pictures, a Carpet, &c. &c.

On Monday the 24th Dec. at Franschehoek, by the Agent at Stellenbosch, on account of Theodorus Louis GILDENHUIS, a Freehold Place named Keer weder, with the Quitrent Land adjacent.

On Thursday the 27th Dec. at the Sequestrator’s Stores, Church-square, on account of the following Persons: -
Jacs. VAN REEDE VAN OUDTSHOORN, 8 Mahogany Chairs, a do. Sofa, 2 Cows, and a quantity of Spars.
The Estate of F.W. WOEKE, (placed under Sequestration,) 3 Stuckvats, 21 Leaguers, 7 Ankers, and 52 empty Gin Cases.
J.F. KIRSTEN, the Slaves Damon, Sannah, (1) Willem, (2) Willem, and Pieter – all of the Cape; also, a Plough, a portable Oven, a Saddle Horse, Saddle and Bridle, a Set of Harness for 6 Horses, two Flutes, and a Piano Forte.

On Thursday the 27th December, by the Agent at Stellenbosch, in front of his House, on account of the following Persons:
J.D.E. GRIMBEEK, the Slaves Klaas, Silvia, Alima, and Carolina.
A.P. ZEEMAN, a Three-leaguer Waggon, a Bullock Waggon, a Horse do. and a Wardrobe.

On Thursday the 27th Dec. at 12 o’clock, on account of J.A. FEHRSEN, a House and Premises, situated No. 15, Heerengracht.

On Thursday the 27th Dec. at 10 o’clock, on account of the Insolvent Estate of the widow of the late Johs. W. HARTSLIEF, A House and Premises, situated No. 14. Long-street.

On Friday the 28th Dec. by the Agent at Stellenbosch, on account of the Insolvent Estate of M.M. LOUW, Js. a Freehold Place called Kuilenburg, situated behind the Paarl; a Piece of Perpetual Quitrent Land, situated at the Paardeberg, called Diemerts Kraal; also Household Furniture, Farming Implements, and the Slaves Alman, Salomon, and Rosina.

On Friday the 28th December, at the House of P. PIETERSEN, at Wynberg, on account of the estate of F.W. WOEKE, (placed under Sequestration), Wine, Fustage, &c. &c.

On Saturday the 29th Dec. by the Agent at Simon’s Town, on account of the aforesaid Estate of F.W. WOEKE, Stuckvats, Leaguers, Stock of Wine and Spirits, 2 draught Oxen, 2 Cows, a Cart, an European Bull; also, a Piece of Perpetual Quitrent Land situated at smith’s Winkel Bay, behind the Simon’s Bay Hills.

On Saturday the 29th December, by the Agent at Clanwilliam, (at the Subdrosdy), on account of Jasper Daniel COETZE, the three half Opstallen of the Loan Places Olyvefontein, Wolvepoort, and Grootvallei, all situated in the Namaqua Land; also the Slaves Jantje, Carolus, Joab, Rosa, Eva and Amelie.

On Monday the 31st December, on account of the separated Married Persons Lieve William N. VAN DER RIET, and Cornelia Sophia Johanna VAN SCHOOR, a piece of Quitrent Land with the Buildings thereon, situated at the Kroombooms River, Cape District, also a covered Cart on springs.

On Monday the 31st Dec. by the Agent at Swellendam, on account of Charles TAYLOR, a Cart complete, 8 Horses, and the Slave Anthony.

On Wednesday the 2d Jan. 1828, at the Sequestrator’s Stores, Church-square, on account of the following Persons:
Catharina Everdina BIANCHI, the Slaves Fredrik and William.
J.F. KIRSTEN, a Waggon, a Cart, and 2 Horses.
Isaac Fred. REDELINGHUIS, the Slaves Salomon, Caezar, October, Alexander, Adriaan, Mariana, and Sabina.
Coenraad FREDERICH, 6 Chairs, a gilt Watch, a Table Clock, and a Counter.
J.P. DE VILLIERS, Js. the Slaves Carolus of Batavia, February of Mosambique, and Annetta of the Cape.
P.F. ROSSOUW, the Female Slave Steyn.

On Thursday the 3d January 1828, by the Agent at Stellenbosch, on account of the Estate of Phillipus Isaac MINNAAR, Js. (placed under Sequestration), the Freehold Place called Bloemkool, being a Wine Farm, also Household Furniture, Waggons, a Cart, Farming and Cellar Implements, fustage, a Brandy Still, and the Slaves David, Africa, Pedro, Damon, Philida and Regina, with her Children, Jullas, April and Dorinda.

On Saturday the 5th January, 1828, by the Agent at Stellenbosch, on account of the Insolvent Estate of J.E. KOTZE, J.Hs. a Perpetual Quitrent Place, called Zwartfontein, situated at Riebeeks Kasteel, being a Corn Farm; also 2 Waggons, 3 Oxen, 2 Horses, and the Slave David of this Colony.

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DIED at Simon’s Town, on the 1st December, an Infant Son of Mr. James GRIGGS, of His Majesty’s Naval Yard, named Richard ANDERSON, aged 6 months and 22 days.

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DIED on the 28th November inst. my beloved Wife, Maria ROGIERS, aged 65 years, 10 months, and 16 days, of which I hereby give notice to Friends and Relatives.
Worcester, Nov. 30, 1827.
Marths. KEET, Sen.

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FRIDAY, 28th DECEMBER, 1827. VOL. XXII. No. 1146.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS IN TABLE BAY.
Dec. 22, George the Fourth, Wm. McLEOD, Master, from Algoa Bay, for this Port, cargo Colonial Produce.
rule   Luna, R. KNOX, Master, from Falmouth, bound to this Port, with a general cargo.
Passengers – Mr. and Mrs. SWAVING, and Family; Misses LEWMAN and RICHARDsON, and Master RICHARDSON.
rule Charles Kerr, J. BRODIE, Commander, from Bombay, bound to London, with a general cargo.
Passengers – Mesdames BRODIE, CLARKE, and DENHAM, Misses DENHAM, KEEFE, and SWANSON, Lieut-Colonel WAHAB, Major MORRISON, Captain WAITE, Lieuts. KELLY and ROWLEY, Messrs. WOOLLER and WATHAM.
rule Boddingtons, J.R. TAYLOR, Commander, from Portsmouth, bound to this Port and New South Wales, with a general cargo.
Passengers – Mrs. JUDGE, Misses and Master JUDGE, Messrs. HUGHES, GROVE, STEEDMAN, and BODDY, Mrs. FOSSET and 3 Children, Mr. and Mrs. SIMPSON and 3 Children, Messrs. HEWITT and GROVES, and 5 Steerage Passengers.
23,  Thomas, R. BUTLER, Master, from Algoa Bay, for this Port, cargo Colonial Produce.
Passengers – Messrs. KORSTEN and AMM, Lieut. ROGERS, Cape Cavalry, a Serjeant, 7 Rank and File, 5 Women, and 10 Children.
rule Lima Packet, T. SHAW, Master, from Mauritius, bound to Marseilles, cargo sugars.
Passenger – Mr. BISSET.
24,  Penelope, W. CHRISTIE, Master, from Mauritius, bound to London, cargo Sugars.
Passengers – Three Invalids and a Woman.
rule Mary, W. BEACHCROFT, Master, from Bombay, bound to London, cargo Cotton.
Passengers – Mesdames STUART and SHARPIN, Captain O’CONNOR, Lieut. PHIPPS, Ensign STUART, Assistant Surgeon POWER, Mr. HORNBY, and 2 Servants.

SAILED OUT OF TABLE BAY.
Dec 23, His Majesty’s Ship Tweed, Lord J.H. CHURCHILL, bound to Simon’s Bay.

SAILED OUT OF SIMON’S BAY.
Dec 24, Marquis of Huntly, W. ASCOUGH, Commander, for New South Wales.
22, His Majesty’ Ship Sparrowhawk, (18) James POLKINGHOME, Esq. Captain, from Mosambique 2d instant, bound to this Port.
25, His Majesty’s Ship Tweed, (28), Lord H.J.S. CHURCHILL, from Table Bay 23d instant, bound to this Port.

ARRIVAL IN ALGOA BAY.
Dec 15, Kent, J. CRAW, Master, from Table Bay 6th inst. bound to Algoa Bay and Isle of France, cargo Sundries.
Passengers – G. FRANCES, Esq. and Family, and R. HUNT.

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MARRIAGE.

BY SPECIAL LICENCE,
In the English Church, Cape Town, on Monday the 24th December, 1827,
By the Rev. Geo. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain,
Mr. Frederick Samuel Francis ROESCH, to Miss Catharina Hendrina BLANCKENBERG.

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CHRISTENINGS.

In the English Church, Cape Town, on Sunday the 23d December, 1827,
By the Reverend Geo HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain,
A Son of Mr. Thomas KING, baptized Joseph William.
A Daughter of John SADLER, baptized Sarah.

In the Reformed Church, on Sunday the 23d December,
A Son of D.J. KUYS, Esq. baptized Willem Cornelis.
A Son of Mr. J.N. MEESER, baptized Fredrik.
A Son of I.C. LESAR, baptized Johan Hendrik.
A Daughter of J.J. LE SUEUR, Esq. baptized Wilhelmina Elisabeth.
A Daughter of F.P. VAN DER SCHUYFF, baptized Elisabeth Fransina Cornelia.

On Wednesday the 26th December,
Thirty-four Adult Persons, baptized Jan Johan Simon PIETERSE, Nicolaas DAMONSE, Johan Coenraad DAMONSE, Samuel Jacobus KLOPPERS, Adolph Simon DANIELSZ, Daniel Adriaan KOOPSTAD, William MELVIL, Franciscus Johannes HELMOND, Petrus Johannes ABRAHAMSE, Johan George Sebastiaan SMITH, Samuel Johannes SMITH, Pieter SIMON, Charlotta LEYZA, Maria DANIELSZ, Sara Johanna Elisabeth, Everdina Maria WILLEMSE, Antoinetta Adriana DIXON, Lydia WILLEMSE, Helena Johanna ISAACKSE, Laura, Catharina Willemina PIETERSE, Aronda Maria VAN GRAAN, Aletta Maria HANSEN, Helena Christina ANDRIESSEN, Susara DAVIDSE, Christina Jacoba ANDRIESSEN, Sophia Christina Juliana SIMONSE, Cecilia Johanna Willemina PIETERSE, JOHANNA Carolina JONES, and Marsella Willemina Petronella – all of the Cape; Fredrik Balton ALEXANDER of the West Indies, Selly BOULT of St. Helena, Diana of Bengal, and a Daughter of Frouwtje NAGEL, baptized Catharina Aletta WILSENACH.

In the Lutheran Church, on Sunday the 23d December,
A Daughter of A.M. STADLER, baptized Wilhelmina Elisabeth.

At Wynberg, on Sunday the 16th December,
By the Rev. William WRIGHT, M.A.
A Daughter of W. CASEMORE, baptized Mary Anne.

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DEATHS.

Dec. 19, A Daughter of H. VALENTYNSE, named Wilhelmina, aged 14 months and 17 days.
20, Pieter WOUTERSEN, Esq. aged 55 years, 10 months, and 20 days.
-- Johan Philip ANHUYSER, sen. aged 74 years, 11 months, and 24 days.

21, A Son of J.P. DUSING, named Fredrik Willem Christiaan Johan, aged about 3 months.
22, Mrs. Anna Margaretha BESTER, Widow of the late Mr. J.W. SIMLER, aged 66 years, 8 months and 5 days.
--  Martinus BURMAN, aged 32 years, 7 months, and 16 days.
24, A Son of Francis COLLISON, Esq. named Frank William, aged 9 months and 1 days.
25, Hendrik VAN GEEMS, aged 55 years, 9 months, and 20 days.
26, A Daughter of Mr. J.M. VILLAVICENCIO, named Hendrina Christina Maria, aged 11 months and 10 days.

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A SALE will be held on Saturday next, at 12 o’clock, at Sir. R. PLASKET’S House in the Keizersgracht, of a few Articles of Furniture, Lamps, Books, Wines, Plate, &c. The Articles may be seen this day, from 10 till 4, until the Sale.

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THE Creditors of the Insolvent Estates of P.F. SIEGRUHN, J. RICHARDSON, and H. REYNHARDT, are requested, in the name of the Worshipful the Court of Justice, to appear on Monday, the 31st instant, 1827, at 10 o’clock, A.M. precisely, before their Commissioner, to hear Sentence pronounced on the Draft of Partition of the said Estate, drawn up and exhibited in the Court by the Joint Sequestrator.
Cape Town, 27th December, 1827.
By Order,
R. J. VAN DER RIET, 2d Head Clerk.

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ALL Persons having any Claims against the following Estates administered by the Orphan Chamber, viz.
Of the late Charles LYON,
rule- Johannes Petrus MEINTJES, and his surviving Widow Elizabeth Margaretha BOTHA.
rule- Female Hottentot Sarah.
rule- Anna Cornelia VAN TONDEREN, Widow of Abraham Christoffel SWANEPOEL.
Of George Nelson LOND, and his deceased Wife Margaretha Elizabeth SLABBERT,
Of the late Petrus VAN DEN BROEK,
rule- Rachel ENKEL,
rule- Thomas HORTON,
rule- Christoffel Johannes LOMBAARD, and his surviving Widow Aletta Maria DE LANGE,
Of Johannes Joachim SWANEPOEL, and his deceased Wife Sophia JACOBSEN,
Of Johan Christiaan MARAIS, and his deceased Wife Hester Cicilia TERBLANCHE,
Of the late Engela Maria ERASMUS , Widow of Gert dirk KOTZE,
Of Gert Albertus VAN DEVENTER, and deceased Wife Maria DE LANGE,
are hereby requested to forward them, with proper Vouchers, to the Orphan Chamber, within the term of three months from this date, on pain of deprivation of further right; and those who may stand indebted to the aforesaid Estates are desired to discharge their respective Debts within the said period, on pain of prosecution at Law.
Orphan Chamber, Cape of Good Hope,
December 27, 1827.
J.J.L. SMUTS, Sec.

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THE Documents relating to the Insolvent Estate of
The Widow Heinrich Aug. Maximilian KIMPFEL,
will lay open at the Office of the Undersigned during the ensuing fourteen days, from Thursday the 27th instant, for the inspection of those concerned, agreeable to the Instructions on that head.
Sequestrator’s Office, December 20, 1827.
V.A. SCHONNBERG. Sequestrator.

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J.P. VOLSTEEDT requests a Meeting of his Creditors and Sureties, at his House, on the 8th January next.
N.B. For Sale, a Slave Boy, who is a thorough Tanner.
Apply to Mr. S. HOFFMEYR.

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NOTICE. – The late Mrs Hester Anna VAN DER BYL having nominated her Brother and Sisters to be her Heirs, in the event of the previous decease of her lawful Descendants, this is to give notice, that agreeably to the tenor of her Last Will and Testament, her effects will be sold only amongst her Heirs, and that the Sale, consisting of some moveable Property and seven Slaves, will take place on Thursday the 3d January next, at the Place of the Undersigned.
M. SMUTS, Executor.
Vyf Fontein, Zwartland,
13th Dec. 1827.

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FOR Sale, 1700 extra fat Wethers. – apply to Mr. Paul ROUX, Js. on his return from the Interior, or to the Undersigned, at the Paarl.
A.M. MEIRING.

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THE Slave Boy “Napoleon”, (the property of J.FINDLAY, No. 17. Heeregracht), who absconded about three Months back, is still absent; he was once taken in custody and rescued by a Constable, since when he has not been heard of. Any person apprehending and lodging him in Prison shall be handsomely rewarded, on application as above.
December 27, 1827.

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NOTICE. – The Undersigned intending to carry on the Butcher Business in Cape Town during the ensuing Year, begs to inform the Public, that he has taken the Shamble No. 5, where good Meat may be had, and at the usual Credit. He takes this opportunity to solicit a share of public favour, which he hopes to obtain as being a young beginner.
P.J. REDELINGHUYS, Jun.
Good pressed and unpressed Oat Hay, in Bundles of 150 lbs. at 2 and 3 Rds. per cwt.

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DIED on the 24th instant, after a few days illness, aged 44 years, John BLAKE, Esq. late Captain in His Majesty’s 24th Regiment of Foot, of which distressing loss I hereby give notice to Friends and Relatives.
Cape Town, Dec. 27, 1827.
J.M. BLAKE,
born BUISSINE.

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DIED on the 19th December, 1827, my beloved Husband, Emanuel Vedastius GABRIELS, aged 39 years. As I wish to be excused the visits of condolence, I take this opportunity to return my sincere thanks to those Friends and Relations who so kindly rendered their services to my husband during his long and severe sufferings.
E.G. GABRIELS,
born ANHUYSER.

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DIED on the 20th instant, at Caledon Baths, aged 55 years, 10 months, and 20 days, P. WOUTERSEN, Esq. of which distressing event his afflicted Widow and children give notice to Friends and Relatives.
Cape Town, Dec. 24, 1827.

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NOTICE is hereby given to Friends and Relatives, that our beloved Son, Johan WILHELM, died this day, after an illness of 14 days, aged 19 years, 1 month, and 10 days.
Drooge Valley, Dec. 14, 1827.
J.C. GNADE,
G. GNADE,
born TEN BENGEVOORT.

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DIED on the 21st instant, Martinus Heronimus BORNMAN, aged 35 years and 8 months, - notice of which is hereby given to Relatives and Friends.
Kleine Schuur, Dec. 27, 1827.
M. CERFF.

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DIED this day, after a residence of 53 years in this Colony, at the advanced age of 74 years, 11 months, and 24 days, our respected and beloved Father and Father-in law, Johan Philip ANHUYSER. Satisfied of the tender wishes of our Friends we request to be excused all letters of condolence.
Cape Town, Dec. 20, 1827.
J.V. ANHUYSER.
L.F. ANHUYSER.
In the name of all the others.

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Publieke Verkooping, ten Pakhuize van VAN HALL, SAPPE & MUNTINGH, op Zaaturdag den 29 en Maandag den 31 December, ‘s voomiddags, van Hollandsche Geoderen ex Gezusters, Kapt. INGERMAN; alsmede Greene Deeler en eenige zakken oude Java Koffy. Als wanneer in den namiddag van dien Zaturdag, precies ten 3 ure, zal worden verkocht, het restant der Hollandsche Boeken, waarby Werken van de voornaamste Auteuren, benevens nog twee Exemplaren van het voortreffelyk Werk “Uren aan den Godsdienst gewyd.”
N.B. Ook uit de hand te koop, alle soorten van Geelhoute Balken en Planken en Wagenmakershout.

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TUIN TE KOOP, op aannemelyke voorwaarden.
De welbekende vruchtbare Tuin zorgvliet, gelegen in deze Tafelvallei, is te koop, met of zonder Molen; ook is de Eigenaar genegen om dezelve, des verkiezende, by gedeeltens te verkoopen. – Te bevragen in den Tuin Zorgvliet, by den Eigenaar M. VAN BREDA, Az.

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Te Huur, twee Huizen op het Kerkplein, en een in de Burgstraat. – Adres by E. DURHAM, in de Gravestraat No. 3.

 

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