Eastern Province Herald (later The Herald)

Eastern Province Herald 1846 - 2 - April to June

Saturday 4 April 1846

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Estate of the late Charles THOMAS
The above Estate having been finally closed, Creditors may receive their final Dividend on application at the office of the Undersigned. Such Dividends as may remain unclaimed by the 30th instant will be lodged in the E.P. Bank.
For Self and Co-Trustees
George BRITTON
Port Elizabeth, 3rd April 1846

MARRIED on the 25th ult, at Reit Kuil, by the Rev. F. McCleland AB (Trinity College Dublin), Col. Chaplain, Joseph GRAHAM Esq., of Port Elizabeth, to Louisa, second daughter of Martin John BERESFORD Esq, late of Boughton Monchelsea, Kent.

We have been disappointed in receiving a full account of the trial of the BAILIEs. The sentence of death has been passed upon both, although the Jury have recommended them to mercy.
[Transcriber’s note: This refers to the trial of 1820 settler John BAILIE and his son Thomas. See issue of 7 November. Further details of the murder can be found in the Grahamstown Journal report of 31 July 1845 here.] 

MARRIED
At Riet Kuil on Wednesday 25th March by the Rev. F. McCleland AB (Trinity College Dublin), Colonial Chaplain,
Joseph GRAHAM Esq. to Miss Louisa BERESFORD

CHRISTENINGS
In St.Mary’s Church, Port Elizabeth, on Sunday 15th March by the Rev. F. McCleland AB (Trinity College Dublin), Colonial Chaplain,
A son of Mr. John PARKIN jun., baptized Henry.
On Friday 27th March by the same,
A daughter of Mr. Paul Johannes DE VOS, baptized Cornelia.

DEATH
March 29: Frederick Augustus ALCOCK, aged 4 years and 4 months.

Saturday 18 April 1846

BIRTH
On the 17th April, Mrs. KROHN of a daughter.

Saturday 2 May 1846

In the Insolvent Estate of Frederick CALDECOTT of Port Elizabeth
Notice is hereby given that the Undersigned have been duly appointed and confirmed as Trustees of the said Estate, and that the Master has appointed the Third Meeting to be held before the Resident Magistrate of Port Elizabeth on Thursday the 14th May next, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon, for proof of Debts, receiving the Trustees’ Report, and for giving directions to the Trustees as to the management of the said Estate.
And all persons indebted to the said Estate are required to pay the Amount forthwith, or proceedings will be instituted against them.
Wm. HIGGINS
Jos. GRAHAM
Trustees
23 April 1846

The Church and Vestry of St.Mary’s, in account with the Church Wardens

1845 Dr

To cash paid

£

s

d

April 3

HEUGH & FLEMING & Co for Battens

 

7

9

April 3

J. WATSON for 4 new brasses for Church Bell

 

16

6

May 5

Church-warden CHASE, being the balance last year’s Account

4

1

June 3

J.C. CHASE, balance of his account for Slates

18

8

0

June 23

J. SHIRLING for a Clock

4

0

0

July 10

C. LUCAS for case for Clock Glass

 

2

0

July 21

P.C. DANIELL for Lunette for glass for Clock

1

0

0

Sept 28

Surveyor ELEMANS, dividing Burial Ground and Plan

33

4

0

1846

       

April 9

H. SHEPHERD, Year’s salary as Clerk

30

0

0

April 9

J. HUNT do. as Sexton

18

15

0

April 9

 do. for Glazing

 

8

6

April 9

Mrs. RAWLINSON, Salary as Organist

20

0

0

April 9

PIKE & Co for Advertisements in “The Herald”

1

7

1

April 11

C. ADCOCK for candles

13

0

8

April 11

Commission 5 per cent on Collections

5

10

0

April 11

By Chaplain out of Lady’s Bazaar Fund to liquidate old Debts of the Church, viz

     
 

C. ADCOCK his balance   34:16:3

     
 

G. CLARK do.                    36: 9:0

     
 

J.C. WELSFORD do.         25: 0:0

96

5

3

April 11

Executors of the late J.C. WELSFORD for Interest

30

18

6

April 11

C. ADCOCK, being the amount of rents collected for the Gallery

     
 

to be by him distributed to the Subscribers for its erection

3

15

0

   

282

2

1846 Cr

By amount received from

     

April 9

Mr. J.H. CLARK for section of Land sold him by the Vestry on 2nd March last

10

0

0

April 9

C. GURNEY for a Bell sold him by J.C. CHASE and proceeds given to the Church

5

0

0

April 11

Of arrear Pew Rents collected since last Easter Meeting                                       A

4

10

 

 B                                    

105

14

6

April 11

Sales of Burial Ground Allotments, viz

     
 

Lot 16 Sec. R. PALMER

4

10

0

 

Lot 27 Sec. H. SHEPHERD

3

15

0

 

Lot 29 Sec. KEMSLEY

3

15

0

 

Lot 17 Sec. DUNSTERVILLE

4

10

0

 

Lot 13 Sec. RAWLINSON

3

15

0

April 11

Church Burial Fees, viz

     
 

H. SHEPHERD         3s

     
 

Mate of Mazeppa      8s

     
 

KEMSLEY                 8s

     
 

C. ANDREWS           3s

     
 

DUNSTERVILLE       8s

     
 

PALMER                   3s

     
 

WELSFORD, J.C.     8s

     
 

Mrs. S. WELSFORD 8s

     
 

STANLEY                  8s

2

17

0

 

Chaplain from Lady’s Bazaar Fund to pay off Debts of Church

     
 

pursuant to Resolution of Vestry of 2nd June last

96

5

3

 

Burial Fees for a colored person, Christje

 

2

9

 

Chaplain from Lady’s bazaar Fund to be paid by Church Wardens on account of

     
 

Claim of the Executors of the late J.C. WELSFORD

17

0

0

 

Gallery Rents collected                                                                                            C

3

15

0

 

Balance due Church Warden CHASE for advances on this Account

16

13

5

   

282

2

John Centlivres CHASE
C. ADCOCK
Church Wardens
Examined and found correct
Samuel CARR, Auditor
Port Elizabeth, April 11th 1846
 

Saturday 16 May 1846

Geo. UPPLEBY respectfully announces to Families or Travellers visiting Port Elizabeth that Good Accommodation can be obtained at his House on Baaken’s River, formerly occupied by the late Capt. DUNSTERVILLE.
NB Wool Bales compressed and other Produce or Goods Stored or Forwarded, on reasonable terms.

CHRISTENINGS
In St.Mary’s Church, Port Elizabeth, by the Rev. F. McCleland AB (Trinity College Dublin), Colonial Chaplain,
On Sunday May 10th
A daughter of Mr. Thomas Manning DRIVER, baptized Louisa Ellison.
A son of Capt. George Chapman WATTS, baptized George Russell.
A daughter of Mr. Nicholas Peter KROHN, baptized Mary Elizabeth.
A son of Mr. John James BERRY, baptized John James.

Saturday 23 May 1846

BIRTH on Friday 22nd inst, Mrs. E.R. KING of a daughter.

St.Mary’s Parsonage, 22nd May 1846
To the Editor:
Sir, The Rev. A.FAURE of Capetown having apprized me that Thursday the 28th instant shall be set apart as a day of humiliation and prayer to God, that He may in mercy avert the scourge of war, grant the blessing of peace, and be propitious to this Land and His Church, and having requested my “fraternal cooperation” in so Christian-like a resolution, permit me to apprize the Members of my Congregation, through the medium of your journal, that Thursday the 28th of this Month shall be so set apart, and that it is hoped that all Persons will observe the same with that profound solemnity, which the present circumstances of the Colony require.
Divine Service will be performed at the usual hour, after which a Collection will be made “for the benefit of our Countrymen, who are suffering severely from the ravages of war”.
I have the honor to be &c
F. McCLELAND AB T.C.D.
Colonial Chaplain

Saturday 30 May 1846

The destitute condition, to which many of the Inhabitants of Albany have been reduced in consequence of the alarming Irruption of the hostile Kafir Tribes, calls loudly for the sympathy of their fellow Christians and Colonists of all denominations. The Ministers of the different Congregations have voluntarily come forward for the purpose of soliciting Contributions from their respective Congregations, and a communication will be opened with the Board of Relief in Graham’s Town as to the most eligible plan of disposing of any Sums that may be collected in Port Elizabeth.
Contributions will be thankfully received by the Revs. A. ROBSON and John SMITH at the Office of the Eastern Province Herald, and by the Undersigned
F. McCLELAND AB
Colonial Chaplain
Parsonage House, May 12 1846

Rev. F. McCLELAND

1  

0

0  

St.Mary’s Church S. Fund

1

10

0

Rev. A. ROBSON

1

0

0

Rev. J. SMITH

1

0

0

F. Durant DEARE

1

0

0

Bernard DIETZ

1

0

0

F. EVATT

1

0

0

Caesar ANDREWS

3

0

0

Wm. FLEMING

5

0

0

W. WRIGHT Jun.

1

10

0

Dan’l PHILLIPS

1

1

0

John R. PHILIP

1

0

0

John EAGER

1

0

0

John LACEY

0

10

0

Alfred JARVIS

1

1

0

E.H. SALMOND

1

1

0

S. CAWOOD

1

1

0

A bachelor’s mite

0

10

0

A Friend

0

5

0

C.WHITCOMB

0

10

6

P. HUGHES

1

0

0

A. DREYER

0

10

0

C. GEARD

1

10

0

Isaiah TITTERTON

1

0

0

J.W. KEMP

1

1

0

C. ADCOCK

1

0

0

James CRAWFORD

1

0

0

H VON RÖNN

1

1

0

Jas. CHALMERS

0

10

0

G. GRIFFITH

1

0

0

S. MIDDLETON

1

1

0

A Friend

1

0

0

J.C. CHASE

1

0

0

D.P. FRANCIS

2

0

0

W. RING

1

0

0

R. RUTHERFOORD

0

10

0

A Friend

0

2

6

J. PALMER

1

0

0

Hector McKENZIE

1

0

0

E.R. KING

1

1

0

John PARKIN Sen.

2

0

0

PARKIN Brothers

2

0

0

N.P. KROHN

1

1

0

T. STERLEY

1

0

0

From Cradock Place -

     

Mrs. KORSTEN

1

0

0

Miss LEEWNER

1

0

0

J.C. CHASE (2nd)

1

0

0

Mrs. CHASE

0

10

0

A.B. SCHEUBLE and family

2

0

0

J. SCHEUBLE

1

0

0

H. CHASE

1

0

0

Mrs. H. CHASE

0

10

0

F. DAMANT

0

10

0

F. CHASE

0

5

0

Miss Maria CHASE

0

5

0

Miss Helen CHASE

0

5

0

Miss Annie CHASE

0

5

0

Miss Mary CHASE

0

5

0

Miss Cornelia CHASE

0

5

0

John C. CHASE

0

5

0

George CHASE

0

5

0

Saturday 13 June 1846

W. HIGGINS
Has just received a supply of Hams, Pickled Fish in small kegs, Manilla Cigars No.4, a few Muskets and Gun Buckets, Mauritius and Siam Sugar, Cape Brandy, Gin, Rum &c. Also on hand black and green Tea, superior qualities, Salad and Linseed Oils, Pontac in kegs, Sherry and Claret in cases, Coffee, Pale Ale, Carson’s salting Machines, black silk Hats &c, Gunpowder
At the stores lately occupied by P. & D. HAUPT & Co
Port Elizabeth, 29th May 1846

Saturday 20 June 1846

R. SMITH begs to inform the Inhabitants of Port Elizabeth that he has commenced Razor, Knife and Scissor Grinding, and will give every satisfaction to Parties who may entrust him with their orders at No.3 Titterton’s Cottages.
NB Country orders will be promptly attended to.

CHRISTENINGS
In St.Mary’s Church, Port Elizabeth, by the Rev. F. McCleland AB (Trinity College Dublin), Colonial Chaplain,
On Sunday 17th May
A daughter of Mr. George Thomas REED, baptized Eliza Susanna.
A son of Mr. William GIBBON, baptized John George Frederick.
On Sunday the 7th June
A son of Mr. James Miles JOHNSON, previously baptized Frederick.
A daughter of Mr. James Miles JOHNSON, baptized Elizabeth Rebecca.
A daughter of Mr. John Frederick CONRY, baptized Sarah Ann.
A daughter of Mr. John MATHEWS, baptized Ann.
A son of Mr. H. SHEPHERD, junior, baptized John James.
On Tuesday the 14th instant
A son of Mr. John NIBLETT, of Theescomb, baptized Harry Berresford.

DEATH
June 14: Caspar AFRICA, aged about 26 years, private in the Cape Town Burgher forces.

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