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THE ROYAL GAZETTE AND NEWFOUNDLAND ADVERTISER
1810-1814

 

THE ROYAL GAZETTE AND NEWFOUNDLAND ADVERTISER 1810-1814
on Latter Day Saints' microfilm # 6075631, Vitals Records from newspapers.
This information was researched and compiled by Mildred Howard.

THE ROYAL GAZETTE AND NEWFOUNDLAND ADVERTISER
FEAR GOD AND HONOR THE KING

Printed by Lewis K. RYAN for John RYAN, Printer for the King's Most Excellent Majesty, at his office lately occupied by Thomas MEAGHER, next door to Mr. George LILLY.

Issues of The Royal Gazette available for research begin April 19th, 1810.

It was published each Thursday until July, 1816, at which time it was published on Tuesday. The following are the issues missing and unavailable for research:

1810: September 2nd to October 17th inclusive.
1812: December 3rd to December 31st inclusive.
1813: January 7th to January 28th inclusive.
1816: July 16th, October 8th and November 19th.
1817: January 17th.
1818: Pages to January 13th; from April 7th to January 1, 1828.
1828: July 1st, 14th and 29th.

1810     DEATHS

COATS: Phillip. Age 30. Agent for the House of Messrs. SLEAT and READ. A resident of Trinity where he died Thursday last. (15 Nov.)

GADEN: William. Aged 44. Inhabitant of this town. (10 April)

ROBERTS: Thomas. Master Armorer in the Ordnance Department. 60 years in this Colony. Died at the age of 71 in this town on Tuesday. (21 June)

MARRIAGES

COLLINS/BLACKBURNE: Lately at Placentia. Luke COLLINS, Esq., Sheriff, to Margaret, 2nd dau. of Joseph BLACKBURNE, Esq., J.P. of that district. (17 May)

HUIE/REED: Monday, the 27th ult by Rev. Rowland. Patrick HUIE, Merchant to Sarah REED. Both of this place. (6 Sept.)

O'DONNELL/M'GRATH: Last evening by Rt. Rev. Dr. LAMBERT. John O'DONNELL to Mary M'GRATH. Both of this place. (12 July)

BRIEN: Balances due to the estate of the late David BRIEN, deceased, are to be paid to Thomas STABB. (Aug 30)

BROOKS: Claimants against the estate of Edith BROOKS, make forthwith to the subscribers to whom the Tenants under that estate are in future to pay their respective rents. Signed: HART, EPPES, GADEN and ROBINSON. (April 19)

BURESS: Claims against the estate of Thomas BURESS of the Parish of Kilcullaheen, County of Kilkenny, Ireland, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, Fisherman, deceased, be made to Patrick LAMBERT, D.D. and Henry SHEA, Executors. (1 Oct.)

CARTER: Demands against the estate of Robert CARTER, late of Ferryland, Merchant, deceased, be made to William CARTER and Thomas STABB, Executors. (13 Sept.)

CLANCY: Demands against the estate of James CLANCY, late of Port de Grave, deceased, be made to James CAWLEY, Deputy Sheriff. Harbor Grace, December 15th. (20 Dec.)

CLANCY: Demands against the estate of John CLANCY of the County of Waterford, Ireland, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, Fisherman, be made to Ann CLANCY and W. MACALLASTER. (13 Dec.)

DUNPHY: Claimants against the estate of Darby DUNPHY of County Kerry, Ireland, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, deceased, apply to John BURKE and James BOLAND. (22 Nov.)

ENGLISH: Claimants against the estate of James ENGLISH, late of St. John's, Planter, deceased, apply to Elizabeth ENGLISH, Executor. (19 April)

FIELDING: Claimants against the estate of Thomas FIELDING of the County of Dublin, late of Isle of Spear, Newfoundland, Fisherman deceased, apply to Richard COOKE, Administrator, St. John's. (14 June)

FITZGERALD: Claimants against the estate of John FITZGERALD of Waterford, late of Isle of Spear, Newfoundland, Planter, deceased apply to Richard COOKE, Administrator, St. John's. (14 June)

GARLAND: Claimants against the estate of Charles GARLAND, ESQ., late of Harbor Grace, deceased, apply to James CAWLEY and Oliver ST. JOHN. (27 Sept.)

HARRIES: Claimants against the estate of Rev. John HARRIES of Pembrokeshire, Wades (Wales?), late of St. John's, deceased, apply to Phoebe HARRIES, Administrator. (19 April)

KAVANAGH: Claimants against the estate of Michael KAVANAGH, late of Port de Grave, deceased, apply to James CAWLEY, Deputy Sheriff Harbor Grace. (20 Dec.)

KEEFE: Claimants against the estate of James KEEFE of the County of Kilkenny, Ireland, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, deceased, apply to Richard KEEFE, Administrator. (22 Nov.)

KIRLEY: Claimants against the estate of James KIRLEY of Christ Church, County of Hampshire, late of Fogo Island, Fisherman, deceased, apply to James TRUGARD, Administrator. Tilton Harbor, 7 July. (12 July)

LEAHY: Claimants against the estate of Patrick LEAHY of Youghall, County of Cork, Ireland, late of Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Dennis M'GRATH and John MULEAHY, Administrators. Harbor Grace, 26 June. (14 June)

LESTER: All persons indebted to the firm of Benjamin LESTER & CO. of Poole (dissolved by the death of Sir John LESTER, Knight) make payment to George Richard ROBINSON of this place, or David DURELL, Trinity. (19 April)

MACNAMARA: Claimants against the estate of John MACNAMARA, Dungarvon, County of Waterford, Ireland, late of Quidi Vidi, St. John's, Newfoundland, deceased, apply to Patrick HUIE, Administrator. (14 June)

MACNAMARA: Claimants against the estate of Patrick MACNAMARA, late of Ferryland, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Phillip TREE, Administrator, Ferryland. (14 June)

M'ELLIGOTT: Claimants against the estate of John M'ELLIGOTT, Cooper from Ireland, late of Trinity, deceased, apply to James MACBRAIRE or Bartholomew HACKETT. (2 Aug.)

MURPHY: Claimants against the estate of Walter MURPHY of Waterford, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, Merchant, deceased, apply to Johanna MURPHY or Patrick MURRAY. (22 Nov.)

NEILL: Claimants against the estate of Martin NEILL of the Parish of Mullanahon, County of Tipperary, Ireland, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, apply to Henry DUGGAN, Admin. (6 Dec.)

O'NEAL: Claimants against the estate of Constantine O'NEAL of B_______, County of Kilkenny, Ireland, late of Fermeuse in this Island, apply to Mary O'Neal, John O'NEAL and James MACBRAIRE. (8 Nov.)

PERCHARD: Claimants against the estate of John PERCHARD of _________, in the Isle of Jersey, late of Bay Roberts, Conception Bay, Newfoundland, apply to Patience PERCHARD and W. MACALLASTER. (6 Dec.)

POWER: Claimants against the estate of Thomas POWER of Ireland, late of Ferryland, Newfoundland, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Adam M'Larty, Ferryland. (6 Dec.)

PURCHASE: Claimants against the estate of Thomas PURCHASE of Bristol, late of Breamhead, Newfoundland, deceased, apply to Thomas BARTLETT, Snr. (8 Nov.)

REED: Claimants against the estate of Elizabeth REED, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, deceased, apply to Richard REED, Admin. (22 Nov.)

ROWE: Claimants against the estate of Elias ROWE of Jersey, late of Barbadoes, deceased, apply to George HUTCHINGS and Thomas WILLIAMS, Administrators. (25 Oct.)

SEXTON: Claimants against the estate of Patrick SEXTON of the Parish of Kilcash, County of Tipperary, Ireland, late of St. John's, Shoreman, deceased, apply to Henry Duggan, Admin. (15 Nov.)

SHORTELL: Claimants against the estate of Richard SHORTELL, late of Harbor Grace, deceased, apply to James FARRELL and James M'LOUGHLIN by October 20th next. (16 Aug.)

STANNAGE: Claimants against the estate of William STANNAGE, late of St. John's, Blacksmith, deceased, apply to Grace MURCH, Admin. (2 Aug.)

STREET: Claimants against the estate of Mark STREET, late of Poole, County of Dorset, deceased, apply to Richard ROBINSON, Attorney for Caroline STREET. November 30, 1809. (19 April)

THOMPSON: Claimants against the estate of Frederick THOMPSON, Surgeon of His Majesty's Forces in this Island, are requested to furnish accounts. (5 July)

TOBIN: Claimants against the estate of Maurice TOBIN of Ragamuck, County of Waterford, Ireland, late of St. John's, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Thomas POWER, Executor. (27 Sept.)

VILLENEUFVE: Claimants against the estate of John VILLENEUFVE and Co. bring accounts to Francis HOCQUARD. Burin, 11 Sept. (25 Oct.)

WATTON: Claimants against the estate of John WATTON, late of Port de Grave, deceased, apply to James CAWLEY, Deputy Sheriff, Harbor Grace. (20 Dec.)

WEBBER: Claimants against the estate of William WEBBER of Stefforton, County of Devon, England, late of Port de Grave, Newfoundland, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Thomas Webber, Administrator. (6 Dec.)

WHEALAN: Claimants against the estate of William WHEALAN of Clanragh, County of Kilkenny, Ireland, late of St. John's, Farmer, deceased, apply to James WHEALAN, Admin. (19 July)

WIDDICOME: Claimants against the estate of John WIDDICOME of the County of Devon, England, late of St. John's, deceased, apply to Robert HUTTON or Mary WIDDICOME. (19 April)

WILLIAMS: Claimants against the estate of Stephen WILLIAMS of Anaglin, County of Waterford, Ireland, late of Ferryland, Newfoundland, Planter, deceased, apply to Andrew WILLIAMS. (30 Aug.)

WILLIAMS: Persons indebted to the estate of Lawrence WILLIAMS, make payment to Thomas STABB. (16 Aug.)

INQUEST: On the body of John BURKE of the Nova Scotian Regiment. He had been put to bed in a state of excessive intoxication. At Fort Townsend before L. CLANCEY. (27 Sept.)

INQUEST: On the body of Andrew LANGRIN, late seaman on board the Schooner "Parker", drowned on Sunday. Being somewhat in liquor and having been refused ashore, attempted to swim after the boat. (27 Sept.)

NOTICE: James PHEALAN informs the public he has opened a Tavern House formerly occupied by Mr. Cornelius QUIRK (called London Tavern) on February 22nd. (19 April)

NOTICE: J. BROOM, Notary Public, begs to introduce his son Phillip as an Auctioneer. (19 April)

NOTICE: Hugh HAMLIN, Sailmaker, informs the Public he has taken the lot of James LILLY in the lane opposite Messrs. PARKER, KNIGHT & BULLEY's Lower Store, where he will be happy to receive orders. (24 May)

NOTICE: Thomas PLUMLEIGH, Saddler, Collar & Harness-maker, informs the Public he has received supplies from England, for sale. (14 June)

NOTICE: E. METCALF announces he has recently arrived in town and will commence making profile likenesses in his superior style after June 4th next at his apartments, 2nd floor of the house occupied by Mrs. GROVE opposite the Ordnance yard. St. John's, 31 May (14 June)

NOTICE: Mrs. CLEARE informs the Public she will open a School on August 1st to teach young ladies Reading, Spelling and Plain Sampler Ornamental work. (16 Aug.)

NOTICE: W. MACLEOD respectfully informs the inhabitants of St. John's, he intends opening Evening School on Tuesday next, to teach Navigation, Book-keeping, Mensuration Surveying, Euclids Elements & etc. (6 Dec.)

NOTICE: Mrs. GROVE informs her friends and the Public, she has it in her power to accommodate a few ladies and gents with genteel Board and Lodging. St. John's, 25 Sept. (6 Dec.)

JUST IMPORTED: In Brig "Traveller" from Bristol, and for sale by James MELLEDGE & CO., Pork, Bread, English Potatoes, Cordage and Brick. St. John's, 29 March (19 April)

IMPORTED: On Brig "Mars" from Plymouth and for sale by William B. THOMAS, Bread, Pork, Butter, best English Mould and Dip Candles; Brandy in Pipes and Sundry other items. (19 April)

IMPORTED: by Daniel MARRETT & CO., Gloucester Cheese, Soap, Olive Oil, Window Glass, Sheet tin. (19 April)

TO BE SOLD: at London Tavern, Thursday, May 17th, the following valuable property. Dwelling house on King's Road now occupied by Mathew GUZWELL, for fourteen years from October 20th last. Dwelling house occupied by James MACDANIEL, for 12 years from May first. Dwelling house and garden occupied by Phillip MOON, at the Duke of York, for 11 years from October 20th. Perpetual mortgage on SHORT's Plantation, now in possession of T. EASTOFF, Esq. Dwelling house now occupied by Henry PHILLIPS Esq., for nine years from July 20th next. (19 April)

FOR SALE: by John DUNIAM, large Western Boat with all her craft as she came from the sea. (19 April)

FOR SALE: A fine situation at North Side of Placentia Harbor, formerly occupied by John POWER, dwelling house and gardens, well stocked with fruit trees, barn and cooperage, two stores and both two stories high, 50 or 60 acres of land. Apply to John MURRAY Messrs. George and Thomas KEOUGH's. St. John's, 26 April. (19 April)

FOR SALE : Valuable Plantation situated in St. Mary's Harbor, property of Christopher SPURRIER & Co., consisting of flake houses, storehouse, flakes, cook rooms, meadows and gardens. Apply to Thomas WILLIAMS, St. John's, 25 October. (1 Nov)

FOR SALE: Robert BRINE proposes leaving this county next fall and offers for sale or lease the farm he now occupies for an unexpired term of eight years. (18 Oct.)

BRIG "SWIFT"; George RAYMOND, Master from St. John, New Brunswick with a cargo of Pork, Flour, Bread, Lumber & etc., coming to this Port Tuesday evening last, struck ice in the Star Board Bow and filled with water. Master and Crew taken on board the Schooner "Mary Ann", Captain BEATTY, and brought on shore next day with the help of the "Men of War", succeeded in towing her to shore. (3 May)

DECLARED INSOLVENT: Nathaniel RADFORD. Creditors and debtors apply to above or have any of his effects delivered to J. MACBRAIRE & J. COSTELLO, Trustees. (5 July)

ABSCONDED: from his service last Sunday, John DOYLE, native of Newtown Barry, County of Wexford, Ireland. 5 ft. 10, fair complexion, light hair, wearing long mixed light coat, short blue lined jacket with metal buttons, long blue trousers. Considerable hoarseness on his lungs with much coughing. Came from Ireland in the Schooner "Bickley", James NORMAN, Master. Signed: Stn. KNIGHT. (7 June)

DESERTED: from the service of Daniel MARETT & Co., John RYLEY, about 25 years, 5 ft. 10, sandy complexion. (7 June)

DESERTED: from the service of William M'Grath, St. John's, Sept. 20th, John HICKEY, native of Ireland, late apprentice to the above. Described as being 5 ft. 5, fair complexion, dark hair. Wears dark Nankeen clothes. (20 Sept.)


NOTICE: George ARNALL about to leave this country for England in a few days, desires that demands against him or the late firm of ARNOLD, DALTON & ARNOLD and the present one of George & John ARNALL, be furnished immediately to George ARNALL. (10 Jan., 1811)

NOTICE: Richard COYLE advises the inhabitants of St. John's, his evening school will commence the 20th, when youth will be instructed in Book-keeping, Mensuration, Navigation, Surveying & etc. (14 Nov., 1811)

1811       DEATHS

CLEARY: Stephen. Tailor. Resident of this town for many years. Died Friday last at the age of 101 years. (Feb. 7)

DOYLE: Ann. 47 year old wife of Edmund DOYLE. Died Saturday. (7 Feb.)

GODFREY: John. Age 42. Died this morning. Funeral from his brother's house. Lower Street. (10 Jan.)

MARETT: Daniel. Merchant. Died Monday last. Native of Jersey, late of St. John's. (19 Dec.)

1811       MARRIAGES

BEENLEN/WAY: Wednesday by Rev. Rowland. Phillip BEENLEN to Miss WAY. All of this town. (14 Feb.)

FAY/OVER: Monday by Rev. Rowland. William FAY of Portugal Cove to Sarah OVER of this place. (21 Nov.)

POWER/BRADBURY: Sunday by Rev. Rowland. John D. POWER to Johanna BRADBURY. Both of this town. (14 Nov.)

SOMERTON/CRANE: Tuesday last. John SOMERTON to Patience CRANE. Both of Portugal Cove. (21 Nov.)

WATERMAN/GOSS: Monday by Rev. Rowland. Richard WATERMAN to Jane GOSS. Both of Torbay. (21 Nov.)


ANDREWS: Claimants against the estate of Henry ANDREWS of Port de Grave, Newfoundland, late of St. John's, Shipwright, deceased, apply to John MASTERS or John FRY. (24 Oct.)

AYLWARD: Claimants against the estate of John AYLWARD of County Kilkenny, Ireland, late of St. John's, Fisherman, deceased. Apply to Anthony William GODFREU (GODFREY???), St. John's, 18 Oct. (24 Oct.)

BOURKE: Claimants against the estate of Thomas BOURKE, Dungarvon, County of Waterford, Ireland, late of Tilting Harbor, Newfoundland, Planter, deceased, apply to Michael BOURKE, Tilting Harbor, Admin. (7 March)

BRISROW: Claimants against the estate of Patrick BRISROW, late of Burin, Fisherman, deceased, apply to M.G. STEPHENSON. (7 Mar.)

BROOM: Claimants against the estate of Peter BROOM of Burin, Newfoundland, Merchant, apply to John DUNSCOMB & James MELLEDGE, Trustees. (28 Nov.)

CASEY: Claimants against the estate of James CASEY of Kilsinnan County of Limerick, Ireland, late of Trepassey, Shoreman, deceased, apply to John BURKE, Administrator. (19 Dec.)

DINGLE: Claimants against the estate of John DINGLE of Bay Bulls apply to R. HUTTON, Executor, St. John's, 12 Dec. (12 Dec.)

DOMINEE: Claimants against the estate of John DOMINEE of County of Dorsetshire, England, late of Kellygrew, Conception Bay, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Simon SOLOMON, St. John's. (24 Oct.)

FENNERS: Claimants against the estate of Mary FENNERS, late of Carbonear, deceased, apply to Henry CORBIN WATTS, Carbonear, Administrator. (19 Dec.)

GRIFFIN: Claimants against the estate of James GRIFFIN of County of Kilkenny, Ireland, late of Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, deceased, apply to James COWAN, Harbor Grace. (7 Feb.)

GUSHUE: Claimants against the estate of John GUSHUE, Snr. of Brigus, Conception Bay, Planter, deceased, apply to Mary GUSHUE or John BRADLEY. (21 Nov.)

HARVEY: Claimants against the estate of William HARVEY of Torquay County of Devon, England, late of St. John's, Merchant, deceased apply to Nicholas MUDGE, Administrator, St. John's. (7 Mar)

HEARN: Claimants against the estate of Jeremiah HEARN of Waterford, Ireland, late of St. John's, Shop-keeper, deceased, apply to James CLIFT, Administrator. (14 Nov.)

IRWIN: Claimants against the estate of Walter IRWIN of Inneskillen, County of Formauagh, Ireland, late of St. John's, Carpenter, deceased, apply to John BROPHY or William ARMSTRONG. (Nov. 14)

JACKMAN: Claimants against the estate of John JACKMAN of Kilkenny, Ireland, late of Bell Isle, Newfoundland, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Peter JACKMAN and James JACKMAN. (3 Jan.)

KENEDY: Claimants against the estate of William KENEDY of Knocpherson, County of Waterford, Ireland, apply to Graham LITTLE and John POWER, St. John's. Administrators. (28 Nov.)

KEILEY: Claimants against the estate of William KEILEY of Dunjarvan, Ireland, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, Cooper, deceased, apply to Patrick FLANNERY, Executor, or George LILLY. (7 March)

KIELY: Claimants against the estate of Maurice KIELY, native of Ireland, late of Bay Bulls, Planter, deceased, apply to Thomas MEAGHER and Patrick KIELY, St. John's. (7 March)

LAMSHEAD: Claimants against the estate of George LAMSHEAD, of South Bovey, County of Devon, England, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, apply to John PRESTON, Administrator. (24 Oct.)

MALONE: Claimants against the estate of Michael MALONE of Trinity, Newfoundland, Shipwright, deceased, apply to George LILLY, Signed: William M'CARTHY, Administrator. (7 March)

M'DANIEL: Claimants against the estate of Phillip M'Daniel, County of Wexford, Ireland, late of Capelin Bay, Planter, deceased, apply to Phillip TREE, Administrator, Ferryland. (31 Oct.)

PARDY: Claimants against the estate of William PARDY, late of Burin, Newfoundland, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Christopher PARDY, Administrator, Burin. (7 March)

ROW: Claimants against the estate of John ROW of Torquay, County of Devon, England, late of St. John's, Merchant, deceased, apply to John ROW or W.B. ROW. (7 March)

RYAN: Persons indebted to William RYAN of Cashel, pay accounts to Samuel BULLEY, St. John's, 14 Nov. (14 Nov.)

SCANLON: Claimants against the estate of Alice SCANLON of Mallow, County of Cork, Ireland, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, Widow, deceased, apply to Joseph H. COSTELLO & John MURRAY, Admins. (7 March)

TRAVERS: Claimants against the estate of John TRAVERS, St. John's, Shopkeeper, late of Waterford, deceased, apply to John Ryan, Trustee. (28 Nov.)

WALSH: Claimants against the estate of Garret WALSH of Carrickonil, Ireland, late of Carbonear, deceased, apply to Corbin WATTS, Administrator. (19 Dec.)

WALSH: Claimants against the estate of James WALSH of County of Kilkenny, late of Prince Edward Island, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Henry SIMMS. (21 Nov.)

NOTICE: Richard COYLE advises the inhabitants of St. John's, his evening school will commence the 20th, when youth will be instructed in Book-keeping, Mensuration, Navigation, Surveying, etc. (14 Nov.)

NOTICE: Persons desirous of purchasing Government Bills are requested to send sealed proposals to Thomas FORTH WINTER, Assistant Commissary General. (13 Feb. 1812)

1812       DEATHS

BELL: William. Sgt. of His Majesty's Nova Scotian Regiment of Fencible Infantry. (22 Oct.)

CARTER: Lt. William of His Majesty's Schooner "Mackeral". 2nd son of Judge CARTER of Ferryland. Killed by a fall of a man from the Masthead, on passage from Halifax. (9 July)

HENNESSEY: Michael. Died at Signal Hill this morning from a fall of a provision store. (2 July)

MARCH: Stephen. Age 78. Former resident of Old Perlican. Died this morning. Internment from Stephen KNIGHT's, next Sabbath morning. (9 Jan.)

NEVIN: Archibald. Merchant. Age 30. Died yesterday of a fractured skull by a fall from the maindeck of a ship, to the lower hold. Leaves wife and four children. (22 Oct.)

1812       MARRIAGES

COYLE/MORRISON: Tuesday. Thomas COYLE to Elizabeth MORRISON, (9 Jan.)

HYNE/MORAN: Sunday last. James HYNE, ci-devant Bellman of this town, to Elizabeth MORAN, young lady lately arrived from Ireland. (8 Oct.)

MARCH/NORMAN: Monday last by Rev. Rowland. John MARCH to Miss Anne NORMAN. (9 Jan.)

MOORE/GRIPPEN: Tuesday by Rev. Rowland. William Kellond MOORE to Charlotte GRIPPEN. Both of this town. (2 July)

MOORE/NORMAN: Thursday. Young MOORE to Francis NORMAN. (9 Jan.)

RATTIE/BEARSLEY: Saturday last by Rev. Rowland. John RATTIE, Gunner, R.A., to Martha BEARSLEY. (30 Jan.)

WILSON/COATES: Sunday. John WILSON to Sophia COATES. (30 Jan.)


BOLLARD: Claimants against the estate of Robert BOLLARD, Jr. of Placentia, apply to RYAN & SONS of this town or RYAN & MORRIS, Burin. St. John's, 24 August. (27 Aug.)

BUTLER: Claimants against the estate of Pierce BUTLER of Mulnahoan, County of Tipperary, Ireland, deceased, Farmer of Golden Grove, near St. John's, apply to John WILLIAMS, Administrator. (18 June)

CLOWNEY: Claimants against the estate of Edward CLOWNEY, of Ross, late of Chappel's Cove, Conception Bay, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Thomas MAIRS, Administrator. (12 Nov.)

DELANEY: Claimants against the estate of John DELANEY of Bay Bulls, Planter, deceased, apply to Nicholas DELANEY, Bay Bulls, Administrator, or Agent J. BROOM, Notary Public, St. John's. (23 April)

FERRERS: Claimants against the estate of Mary FERRERS, late of Cork, deceased, apply to Henry CORBIN WATT. Carbonear, Dec. 19, 1811. (2 Jan.)

GADEN: Claimants against the estate of William GADEN, deceased, apply to George BAILEY & P. M'KIE. (30 June)

HENNESSEY: Claimants against the estate of Michael HENNESSEY of Fetherd, County of Tipperary, Ireland, late of St. John's, Planter, deceased, apply to Judith HENNESSEY, Administratrix. ( 23 July )

INGLES: Claimants against the estate of James INGLES of Placentia, will meet at the Court House May 6th. (23 April)

JACKMAN: Claimants against the estate of Tobias JACKMAN of Renews, Planter, deceased, apply to James JACKMAN, Administrator. St. John's, 26 December, 1811 (2 Jan.)

LOCKYEAR: Claimants against the estate of George LOCKYEAR of the Parish of Chard, County of Somerset, England, late of Grates Cove, Newfoundland, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Richard LANGLEY, St. John's. (2 July)

NEVINS: Trustees to the estate of Archibald NEVINS, late of St. John's, will receive demands and make payments at their office. Signed: Thomas WILLIAMS & Co., St. John's 16 Jan. (6 Feb.)

NEVINS: Demands against the estate of Margaret NEVINS, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, deceased, may be made to James LANE. (19 Nov.)

OUGIER: All creditors who have not received their full dividend are requested to call on the subscribers before May 1st. Signed: STUART & RENNIE, St. John's Feb. 13. (13 Feb.)

PRENDERGAST: Claimants against the estate of William PRENDERGAST of the County of Wexford, Ireland, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, Cooper, deceased, apply to Dennis PRENDERGAST, Admin. (14 May)

READY: Claimants against the estate of Darby READY of the town of Waterford, Ireland, late of Harbor Grace, Newfoundland, Shoreman, deceased, apply to Patrick READY, Alexander CAMPBELL, and John MAYNE, Administrators, Harbor Grace, May 28. (11 June)

SMITH: Claimants against the estate of John SMITH, of Twillingate, Planter, deceased, apply to Caleb SMITH & William BRUCE, Admins., Twillingate, Sept. 24th. (8 Oct.)

TERRY: Claimants against the estate of Thomas & William TERRY, late of Harbor Main, Conception Bay, Planters, deceased, apply to Patrick RYAN, administrator, St. John's, Aug. 27th. (27 Aug.)

THISTLE: Claimants against the estate of Thomas THISTLE, Jr., late of Harbor Grace, Merchant, deceased, apply to Peter M'KIE, St. John's. (19 March)

TREMLETT: Claimants against the estate of Robert TREMLETT of West Teinmouth, County of Devon, late of St. John's, Merchant, deceased, apply to Stephen KNIGHT, Admin. (17 Aug.)

DECLARED INSOLVENT: Joshua OLDSFIELD of Liverpool, late of Placentia, Newfoundland, Mariner, Dealer & Chapman, duly declared insolvent and James DURNEY & Luke COLLINS of Placentia have been appointed to discover, collect and sell effects. St. John's, 9 Jan. (9 Jan.)

DECLARED INSOLVENT: Thomas WALLY of Keels, Bonavista Bay, Planter. Signed: J. MacBRAIRE & R. HUTTON, St. John's. (30 July)

NOTICE: The business carried on under the firm of James SMITHER & CO., St. John's, Newfoundland, will in the disposal of goods on hand be discontinued. Claims to be made to James SMITHER, Jnr. Who begs leave to offer to the public the above mentioned stock at reasonable terms. James SMITHER & CO. is desirous of closing their concern in St. John's the ensuing Fall. R. HAMPTON informs the public the above business will be continued on the same premises, unconnected with SMITHER & CO., commencing Jan. 20th. (20 Feb.)

NOTICE: John DORNEY informs the public of having taken the house at present occupied by Mr. MacLEOD. He intends opening his School at the same, beginning June next, where he will teach Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, etc. (7 May)

NOTICE: W. MacLEOD returns his sincere Thanks to the public for their constant and liberal encouragement of nearly eight years and informs them that finding his health much impaired by a sedentary life, intends to decline teaching on the 31st. inst. St. John's, May 7. (14 May)

FOR SALE: By Anthony William GODFREY, Prime Irish Mess Pork, Butter, Oatmeal, Eggs, Rice, Bread, Molasses, Yellow Paint, Linseed Oil in jars, Nails, Shot, Whip and Crosscut Saws and excellent Herring. (27 Feb.)

CAUTION: Let no person credit man, woman or child in the town of St. John's or any other Port of the Island of Newfoundland, in my name without my permission. Signed: Martin FITZGERALD, St. John's. May 21. (11 June)

TO LET: Farm, Dwelling, Outhouses and Garden of James HEAMEY, adjoining Thomas RICHARDSON's. Signed: John WILLIAMS, Trustee, St. John's. (9 July)

PRISONER APPREHENDED: John CROTTY, who broke gaol on Friday last was apprehended on board a Brig lying at one of the wharves in this town. He is strongly suspected of being an accomplice in the robbery at the house of Martin WALSH, Cooper, at 4 a.m. Sundry objects of wearing apparel and bills were stolen. (2 Jan.)

DESERTERS: Brig. Lt. Col. HALY, Commanding Nova Scotia Regiment, offers rewards for the apprehension of the following deserters:
James KELLY, 35, 5 ft. 10, born in United States, laborer, round visage, sallow complexion, grey eyes, dark brown hair.
John WALSH, 33, 5 ft. 10, born in the County of Waterford, Ireland, laborer, fresh complexion, grey eyes, brown hair.
Thomas COSTIGAN, 22, 5 ft. 5, born in the parish of Harbor Main, Newfoundland, laborer, round visage, fresh complexion, blue eyes, brown hair.
John ROSE, 30, 5 ft. 6, born in the Parish of St. Mary's, County of Nottingham, England, laborer, long visage, fresh complexion, grey eyes, dark brown hair.
Mark WALLACE, 28, 5 ft. 8, born in the Parish of Carrick, County of Wexford, Ireland, laborer, round visage, fresh complexion, blue eyes, sandy hair. (2 July)
Thomas PENN, 22, 5 ft. 8, born in the Parish of St. Andrews, Herefordshire, England, laborer, round visage, dark complexion, black eyes and hair.
John HOWARD, 19, 5 ft. 4, born in Perth, Scotland, weaver, fresh complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair.
Joseph CAWTHORN, 26, 5 ft. 6, born in the Parish of St. Mary's, County of Nottingham, England, laborer, swarthy complexion, blue eyes, fair hair. St. John's, July 2. (9 July)

RAN AWAY FROM SUBSCRIBER: George PROSSER GOSS, 16 or 17, 5 ft. 1, light hair, fair complexion. Fore finger on right hand is crooked. St. John's, June 25. Signed: James TRUGARD. (2 July)

DESERTED FROM SUBSCRIBERS THOMAS BULLEY & CO., ST. JOHN'S, 30 JUNE: The following are known to have served in this Harbor last year. Employees take notice their passage has not been paid. (2 July)

1811

 

 
Martin LEAHY Thomas KENNY
Richard PHELAN Thomas FOGARTY
Michael CARROLL Thomas MOORE

 

1812
John LACEY

DESERTED: from H.M.'S Nova Scotian Regiment stationed at St. John's, 4 Oct., 1812:
Thomas SINNETT, 43, 5 ft. 7, born in Kilkenny, Ireland, laborer, long visage, dark complexion, grey eyes, brown hair, cut short all round. By Command of A. CAMERON, St. John's. (8 Oct.)

DESERTED: Timothy HANEY, 25, 5 ft. 3, dark brown complexion, blue eyes, dark hair.
Timothy KILMARTIN, 27, 5 ft. 9, fair complexion, short blue jacket and blue trousers.
The above men arrived this Spring in the Brig "Aurora" from Waterford. Signed: Thomas MEAGHER, St. John's. (9 July)

DESERTED from the servitude of Dennis DUNN of Broad Cove, Conception Bay, Sunday, July 12th, youngster servant, Thomas WALL, tailor by trade, arrived from Ireland in the Brig "Elizabeth", this Spring. Native of Kilkenny Town where he had served part of his apprenticeship. Low of stature, short foxy hair and fair complexion. Brown jacket, new blue Slop trousers, slouched hat and waistcoat of cream cloth. (23 July)

DESERTED from His Majesty's Ship "Antelope".
_______ CARPENTER, esq. Commanding. Four Seamen and one Marine viz;
Samuel HYNES, about 30 years, 5 ft. 8, dark brown hair, hazel eyes and fair complexion. Native of Portsmouth.
Patrick CARROLL, about 28, 5 ft. 5, brown hair, grey eyes, fair complexion, stout. Native of Kilkenny, Ireland.
Thomas RAFTER, about 25, 5 ft. 7, brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion, smooth face. Native of Tipperary, Ireland.
The above men are well known in Newfoundland having been employed in the fishery.
Patrick QUINN, about 21, 5 ft. 7, brown hair, light grey eyes, smooth full face, fair complexion, large head, stout. Native of Kinsale, Ireland. John BEDINSKY, a Royal Marine, 5 ft. 2, brown hair, grey eyes, sallow complexion, about 33. Native of Germany. (27 Aug.)

DESERTED from Ship "Antelope" when they went ashore on the South Side of the Harbor:
Alexander COCHRANE, 28, 5 ft. 7, fair complexion, smooth face, light brown hair, blue eyes. Native of Ireland.
John CREEK, 19, 5 ft. 1, dark sallow complexion, dark eyes, dark hair, down looking. Native of Plymouth, England. (8 Oct.)

DESERTED from servitude of subscriber, Torbay, Patrick FURLONG, native of Wexford, Ireland. Arrived from Ross in ship "Mary", last Spring. Low stature, short dark foxy hair, freckled complexion, blue gray fearnought jacket, blue trousers, slouched hat, brown waistcoat, new striped cotton shirt. Shoemaker by trade. (26. Nov.)

NOTICE: The following passengers in the Brig "Polly" from Ireland June last, Capt. REDMOND, are requested to pay their passage forthwith. Signed: HART & ROBINSON, St. John's. (4 Nov.)

 

 
John MURPHY Pierce COONAN
Richard CULLINAN James FITZGERALD
Thomas CLOUGHING Patrick PURCELL
Patrick POWER Patrick WALSH
John POWER Andrew RYAN
William MAHER (Nov. 5)

 

DESERTED from sloop "Muros", J. ABERDOUR, Commander, November 26th and 27th:
John MULVENNY, Pte. Marine. Aged 30, fair complexion, light hair, 5 ft. 7. Red jacket, flannel waistcoat and blue trousers.
James HARRISON, Pte. Marine. Age 21, dark complexion, black hair and eyes, 5 ft. 5. Same dress as above.
Patrick FURLONG, Seaman, 5 ft. 8, light complexion, dark short brown hair, scar on left shoulder, mole on front of neck and under right ear. Age 22. Native of Ireland.
James TOOLE, Seaman, 5 ft. 4, fair complexion, light hair, mole on back of right shoulder and one on each side of neck. Age 21. Native of Ireland. This man deserted by taking a boat from the stern.
Michael BRYAN, 5 ft. 6, dark complexion, short dark brown hair, with a crucifix T.W.R.T. on the right arm. Age 38. Native of Ireland. Brought up in the fishery in Newfoundland and well known about St. John's and Ports Northward. Deserted by taking a boat from the stern.
Lauchlan M'QUARRIE, 5 ft. 8, fair, light brown hair, mole on back of neck. Scar on left arm. Native of Scotland. Carpenter by trade. 30 years old.
Peter MONNOW, 5 ft. 7, fair complexion, marked with Small Pox, dark brown hair, Carpenter by trade. Native of Scotland. A. C. A; M.C.; J.M. on right arm. P.M. on left arm. Age 26. (26 Nov.)

NOTICE to the undermentioned persons who arrived in the Brigs "Daphne", Thomas HARRIS, Master, 1809 and "The Thomas", Thomas BULLEY, Master, 1811 & 1812. If their passage is not paid to subscriber immediately, and made acquainted where and with whom those serve, arriving this year on or before the 10th of next month, necessary steps will be taken to recover same from their sureties in Ireland.

 

 
PER "DAPHNE", 1809PER "THE THOMAS", 1811
Edward WALSH Patrick REARDON
Daniel MCCARTHY Thomas BOLD
John DALY Michael CONNOLLY
William HARRINGTON William SULLIVAN
Patrick MEAGHER John WALL
Patrick THOMAS Patrick HENRICK
Richard BURNS 1812
Walter FLEMMING John GAUGHT
John DOOLING Patrick COLLINGS
Andrew HIGGINGS Richard DOYLE
Paul HIGGINGS John CONNELLY
  John CONGDON
  Peter POWER
  Edmund POWER (2 July)

 

DESERTED from H.M.'s Ship "Hazard", 5 March 1813:
James STOBIE, 24, 5 ft. 4, fair complexion, hazel eyes, light brown hair, marked with Small Pox, stout built. Native of Scotland, brought up at sea. Commander John COOKESLEY. (11 Mar.)

LAST NOTICE: Undermentioned persons who came as passengers in the Brig "Joyce" from Ireland in the years 1809, 1810 and 1811, have not accounted for their passage. If not paid before Oct. 1st, their respective sureties in Ireland will be sued.

 

 
Pierce CoadyRichard SinnottPatrick O' Rourke
James CoadyThomas MurphyJohn Cullin
Martin GracePatrick LambertJames Neal
John NevillPatrick MurphyJohn Doolin
Mathew BrienAnthony KentThomas Rourke
Thomas HaydenJames HanrickPatrick Farrell
Dennis CosgraveElizabeth MackeyThomas Denniess
Judith QuigleyJohn ForrestallCatherine Neale
Patrick CearfulMary WalshThomas Shean
Margaret FurlongPatrick FoleyMary Keane
Edward WalshMary HoganRichard Kelly
Ellen HanrickThomas McGuireCatherine Power
Nick KenaughtJohanna GradyEdward Byrne
Eleanor ByrneRoger FitzpatrickAnne Warren
Peter GradyCatherine MoranDarby Byrn
Martin TobinJohannah PowerDennis Reddy
Bridget RourkeJohn HanneveryBetty Ryan
Judith RourkeThomas Murphy  
Signed: Patrick MORRIS, St. John's, July 30, 1812. (30 July)

 

NOTICE to the undermentioned persons who arrived last Spring in the ship "Laura", William WARREN, Master, from Waterford, are requested to make payment of their passage by September 20th next.

 

 
Patrick ButterLaurence ForrestallJohn Queenlan
John Lynch, Snr.Frank DunnPatrick Meagher
James LynchDaniel ReddyDennis Bryan
Thomas WalshJohn PowerJames Barrett
Thomas LonerganThomas SheaDennis Fogarty
St. John's, 30 July. (30 July)

 

NOTICE: The undermentioned persons arrived in the ship "Laura" William WARREN, master, from Waterford in 1812 & 1813. If payment of passage in not paid, necessary steps will be taken to recover from their sureties in Ireland.

 

 
18121813
John Collins John Ball
Maurice Hearn James Brougham
John Kiely Michael Buckley
John Lynch, Snr. Michael Burn
John Lynch, Jnr. Thomas Carroll
Phillip Mulcahy Patrick Connell
John Queenlen Patrick Meagher
Phillip Reddy Timothy Carey
James Lahart Thomas Connelly
Thomas Stack Thomas Dunn

Signed: WARREN and BABB, St. John's, 12 Aug. (12 Aug.) 1813

1813       DEATHS

BULLEY; Samuel. Merchant and partner in the firm of PARKER, KNIGHT and BULLEY of this town. Died this day. Leaves wife and children. (14 Oct.)

COX: John. 78 year old inhabitant of this town. (3 June)

KNIGHT: Stephen, Esq., of the House of PARKER, KNIGHT and BULLEY, Merchants. Died early this morning. Leaves wife and children. (8 July)

LEITCH: Colin. Age 23. Native of Greenrock. Died Tuesday last. (8 Feb.)

MACLEAN: Donald. Age 35. He walked out in the morning as far as River Head, returned and died about 2 o'clock Thursday last. (3 June)

MADDOCK: Luke. Merchant of this town. Age 65. Died Saturday. (   )

MORTIMER: John. Age 57. Late of Mortier. Died Tuesday. (9 Sept.)

STEWART: Charles, Esq. Age 53. Died at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, 1st of January last. Attorney General of that Colony. (15 April)

WILSON: John. Age 29. Died Saturday. ( 4 Nov.)

1813       MARRIAGES

CLIFT/SHANNAN: This morning by Rev. Rowland. James CLIFT, Merchant, to Flora SHANNAN. (11 March)

EVANS/PARSONS: Yesterday by Rev. Rowland. William EVANS to Maria PARSONS. Both of this town. (30 Dec.)

HOPE/MATHEWS: Yesterday by Rev. Rowland. Thomas HOPE of Cumberland, England, Master of the Brig "Maid of the Mill", to Mary Ann MATHEWS of this town. (28 Oct.)

MACORQUODILE/JONES: Sunday by Rev. Rowland. Archibald MACORQUODILE of the parish of Kilbride, Argyleshire to Laura JONES of the parish of Llanbeblin, Carnarvonshire. (4 Nov.)


TO BE LET: House now occupied by Mrs. RATFORD, opposite Messrs. CRAWFORDS & CO., apply to John BURKE, St. John's. (22 April)

BLACKLER: Persons indebted to the estate of Thomas BLACKLER of Denbury, County of Devon, England, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Robert MANLEY. (8 April)

BLACKLER: Persons indebted to the estate of Thomas BLACKLER of Denbury, County of Devon, England, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, Boatkeeper, deceased, make payment to Henry TREACY, Administrator. (16 Dec.)

BOLAN: Persons indebted to the estate of William BOLAN, Cooper, of Kiltecly, County of Limerick, Ireland, late of Harbor Grace, Conception Bay, deceased, apply to Walter LANIGAN, Executor. (18 Feb.)

BOWES: Claimants against the estate of James BOWES, Carrick-on-Suir, late of Bonavista, Newfoundland, Fisherman, deceased, make claims to Patrick BOWES, Administrator. (4 Feb.)

BRITT: Claimants against the estate of Patrick BRITT of Waterford, Ireland, late of Carbonear, Newfoundland, apply to James WHITE, Administrator. (24 June)

BURESS: Claimants against the estate of Johannah BURESS of _______ County of Tipperary, Ireland, late of St. John's, deceased, apply to Joseph GILL and Henry SHEA. (29 July)

CLARK: Claimants against the estate of John CLARK, late of Blackhead, Conception Bay, Cooper, deceased, apply to John KING, Administrator. (18 March)

CLINNICK: Claimants against the estate of William CLINNICK, late of Totness, County of Devon, England, Gentleman, deceased, apply to William THOMAS and William B. THOMAS, Administrators. (23 Sept.)

COADY: Claimants against the estate of Nicholas COADY, Snr., late of Bay Bulls, Planter, deceased, apply to Nicholas COADY, Jr., Bay Bulls, Administrator. (4 Feb.)

CODY: Claimants against the estate of Pierce CODY of Gregnamans, County of Kilkenny, Ireland, late of Bay Bulls, Newfoundland, Planter, deceased, apply to James McGUIRE, Administrator. (25 Nov.)

COMERFORD: Claimants against the estate of James COMERFORD, of the County of Kilkenny, Ireland, late of Witless Bay, Newfoundland, Shoreman, deceased, apply to Daniel HINES, Administraor. (9 Dec.)

CONNORS: Claimants against the estate of Laurence CONNORS of Kill Saint Nicholas, County of Waterford, Ireland, late of Burin, Fisherman, deceased, apply to John DOWSLEY & John POWER, Administrators. (17 June)

CRABB: Claimants against the estate of Richard CRABB, late of Trinity Bay, Planter, deceased, apply to John CLINCH, Trinity Bay. (19 Aug.)

DOOLING: Claimants against the estate of Thomas DOOLING of Crawkham County Somerset, England, late of Trinity, Newfoundland, Fisherman, apply to Joseph BURRIDGE. (17 June)

FLANNAGAN: Claimants against the estate of John FLANNAGAN, Sr., of Cat's Cove, Conception Bay, late of Waterford, Ireland, deceased, apply to William JOHNSTON, Administrator. (27 May)

FLEMING: Claimants against the estate of Richard FLEMING of Ballynabogue, Parish of Ballylalen, County Waterford, Ireland, late of Mary's Town, Newfoundland, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Patrick LAMBERT, Administrator. (10 June)

GATHERALL: Claimants against the estate of Mathew GATHERALL, of Bay Bulls, Fisherman, deceased, apply to William JACKSON, Administrator. (2 Dec.)

GILLITT: Claimants against the estate of John GILLITT of Christ Church, England, late of Trinity, Newfoundland, Blacksmith, deceased, apply to James P. GARLAND, Administrator. (2 Dec.)

GREENSLADE: Claimants against the estate of Thomas GREENSLADE of St. John's, Newfoundland, deceased, apply to William MELTON and Thomas EALES, Administrators. (Sept. 2)

HICKEY: Claimants against the estate of Robert HICKEY of Waterford, Ireland, late of Bay Bulls, Newfoundland, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Thomas ANGEL, Administrator. (Dec. 2)

HOSIER: Claimants against the estate of Giles HOSIER, of Poole, County Dorset, England, late of Bonavista, Newfoundland, Planter, deceased, apply to James MELLEDGE, Admins. (26 Aug.)

KEEFE: Claimants against the estate of James KEEFE, Carbonear, apply to William HAYNES, Trustee. (10 June)

KENNY: Claimants against the estate of John KENNY of County of Kilkenny, Ireland, late of St. John's, Fisherman, deceased, apply to John KENNY, Administrator. (18 Nov.)

MADDOCK: Claimants against the estate of Luke MADDOCK of Waterford, Ireland, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, Dealer and Chapman, deceased, apply to Patrick DOYLE, John MURRAY and Patrick MORRIS, St. John's, or Mary MADDOCK, Executor. (9 Dec.)

MARNAUGH: Claimants against the estate of Dennis MARNAUGH of County Carlo, Ireland, late of St. John's, deceased, apply to Laurence BURNE, Administrator. (9 Dec.)

MATTHEWS: Claimants against the estate of Joseph MATHEWS of Little Hempston, County Devon, England, late of St. John's, Fisherman, deceased, apply to Joseph GRIBBLE, Administrator. (30 Dec.)

M'LEAN: Claimants against the estate of Donald M'LEAN of Argyleshire, Scotland, late of St. John's, Cooper, deceased, apply to Eliza M'LEAN and David TASKER. (10 June)

POWER: Claimants against the estate of James POWER, Upper Island Cove, deceased, apply to ATTWOOD & HAYNES of St. John's, or Joseph BYRNE of Harbor Grace. Signed: William HAYNES, Admins. (4 Feb.)

PULLEN: Claimants against the estate of Mary PULLEN, late of Buxham, County of Devon, England, deceased, apply to William STABB, Petty Harbor, Administrator. (17 June)

REARDON: Claimants against the estate of Peter REARDON of Limerick, Ireland, late of St. John's, Fisherman, deceased, apply to John BROOM, Cornelius QUIRK or Catherine REARDON. (18 Nov.)

SHEPPARD: Claimants against the estate of James SHEPPARD for the year 1812, apply to William HAYWARD, Trustee. (18 Nov.)

TOWELL: Claimants against the estate of Christopher CARD TOWELL of Teignmouth, Devon, England, late of St. John's, deceased, apply to James GILL, Administrator. (4 Feb.)

TUCKER: Claimants against the estate of Robert TUCKER of Broad Cove, Conception Bay, Planter, deceased, apply to Ann TUCKER and William TUCKER, Broad Cove. (18 April)

UNDRY: Claimants against the estate of John UNDRY of Devon, England, late of St. John's, deceased, apply to T.G.W. EASTAFF and William BRANSCOMBE. (4 Feb.)

WEBB: Claimants against the estate of John WEBB, of Youghall, County of Cork, Ireland, late of Harbor Grace, apply to Dennis M'GRATH, Administrator, Harbor Grace, 19 Aug., 1813 (19 Aug.)

WHITE: Claimants against the estate of Edward WHITE of Heart's Content, Planter, deceased, apply to Joseph BURRIDGE, Admins. (17 June)

WIDDICOME: Claimants against the estate of John WIDDICOME, deceased, for the year 1809, are desired to apply to R. HUTTON, Administrator. (18 Nov.)

WILSON: Claimants against the estate of John WILSON of Yorkshire, England, late of St. John's, Newfoundland, Victualler, deceased, apply to Sophia WILSON. (2 Dec.)

WORTH: Claimants against the estate of John WORTH, late of Cupids, deceased, apply to William HAYNES, Administrator. (4 Feb.)

WYATT: Claimants against the estate of John WYATT of Plymouth, County of Devon, England, late of St. John's, apply to James MURPHY, Administrator. (18 March)

DECLARED INSOLVENT: Robert HAMPTON, late of London, and now of St. John's, Newfoundland, Merchant. Debtors apply to James CLIFT or Alexander BOUCHER, Merchants, St. John's. (18 March)

DECLARED INSOLVENT: John TRAVERS of St. John's, Newfoundland, is authorized by his creditors and sanctioned by the Court to accept outstanding debts under declaration of Insolvency awarded against him in 1804, under the firm of COOK & TRAVERS. Signed: James BLAIKIE, Clerk of the Supreme Court. (23 Dec.)

NOTICE: Any debts contracted by the crew of the ship "Royal Sovereign" will not be paid by me, James PHILLIPS, Master, 22 July, 1813. (19 Aug.)

NOTICE: Captain PIPON desires that no one entrusts him or any of his party beyond cash in hand. He will not be answerable to anyone who acts contrary to this specific. (9 Dec.)

NOTICE: Whereas there is a judgement in the Supreme Court against John WILLIAMS of Bay Bulls, at the suit of John DUNSCOMB & CO., the fishing room now occupied by said John WILLIAMS will be put up for sale at the close of the fishing season. All persons having claims apply to J. BLAND, Sheriff, by Oct. 20th next. (26 Aug.)

DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP: Alexander STILL, Thomas PATTEN, Peter MacPHERSON, intendants in the trade carried on at Port de Grave in this Island, London and Grenoch, under several firms of Thomas PATTEN & CO., STILL, PATTEN & CO., Alexander STILL & CO., is dissolved by mutual consent. (2 Sept.)

LOSS OF HIS MAJESTY'S SLOOP OF WAR "TWEED", CAPTAIN MATHER. In Shoal Bay, near Bay Bulls, Friday last, several Officers and sixty crew were drowned owing to thick hazy weather with heavy gales. The "Tweed" left Cork on the 3rd ult. with 52 sail of vessels, destined for Newfoundland. (4 Nov.)

LOSS OF THE SHIP "SOUTHHAMPTON" of London, Henry LEE, Master, Friday night last. Struck a rock called Long Point Island about a mile to the Southward of H.M.S. "Tweed". Master and Crew remained two nights on the rock, suffering severe cold and hunger and relieved by the human exertions of David CHAFE of Petty Harbor. Four men unfortunately perished. (11 Nov.)

VESSELS LOST: Saturday morning the Brig "General Wellesley", Capt. MOTLEY, laden with fish, bound for Spain or Portugal. Leaving this Harbor slightly touched ice and shortly after went down. Same morning the ship "Hope", Capt. BANNER from Greenock, laden with provision, came to anchor in the narrows, swung around on the rocks in changing winds. Crews of both vessels saved. Friday the Brig "Integrity", Capt. PEARSON from Liverpool, laden with salt. Going into Bay Bulls struck ice and immediately went down. Crew saved. (27 May)

SCHOONER CAPTURED: Tuesday morning returning to this Port, the Schooner "Hunter", Captain FERRIS, belonging to Messrs. J & R. BRINE. She sailed the 7th inst. for Sydney and was captured on the 14th off Scatari Island by the American Privateer Schooner "Frolic" and sent in as a cartel. The "Frolic" had taken seven other vessels which she destroyed, among them was the "Jane Gordon" of this Port. She fought the Privateer for two hours and finding all resistance in vain, the Captain and Mate leaped overboard and swan to shore. The Privateer's men landed twenty-four of the prisoners at Sydney and twenty others were put on board the cartel. (19 Aug.)

COMMENCED BUSINESS: at a shop lately occupied by Samuel O' BRIEN, three doors below Merchant's Hall, James FURNEAUX, Boot and Shoemaker. St. John's, Feb. 4. (11 March)

FOR SALE by Francis DINAN, an assortment of clothes for men; Rum, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Wine, Paint, Spirits of Turpentine; Hardware and other articles. Also a wharf and Store to let. Apply to his house adjoining Mr. John DOWNEY'S, Publican, near Messrs. CUNNINGHAME, BELL & CO., St. John's. (22 April)

TO BE LET : House now occupied by Mrs. RATFORD, opposite Messrs. CRAWFORD & CO. Apply to John BURKE, St. John's. (22 April)

NOTICE is hereby given that the subscriber having discharged Richard BURKE, late in his service, requests no person may give him credit on his account. Signed: Thomas ATKINS, St. John's, 28 January, 1813. (11 March)

CO-PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED: CASEY & CAREY by mutual consent. Persons having demands against same, furnish accounts to James CASEY. Signed: Walter CASEY, St. John's, 1813. (8 April)

DESERTED FROM "H.M.C. HAYWARD" in Caplin Bay.
Angus CAMPBELL, 23, 5 ft. 6, fair complexion, grey eyes, brown hair, stout, large whiskers, hair under chin, native of Scotland.
James MERRIETT, 20, 5 ft. 3, fair complexion, hazel eyes, light brown hair, wants two of his front teeth. Native of Bristol. Shoemaker by trade.
Michael AYLWARD, 20, 5 ft. 5, fair, brown hair, grey eyes, native born Newfoundlander, brought up in the fishery.
James COOKESLEY, Commander, St. John's, 14 January. (4 Feb.)

DESERTED FROM SLOOP "ELECTRA", 27th December, 1812.
John M'KENNAN, Quarter Gunner, 26, 5 ft. 7, fresh complexion. Native of Campbellton, Scotland. (4 Feb.)

DESERTED FROM H.M.'s SHIP "HYPERION", St. John's Harbor, 19 Feb.
James PAKE, 16, 4 ft. 9, fresh complexion, brown hair, stout made. Native of Devonshire. Apply to William P. CUMBY, Captain. (18 Feb.)

DESERTED FROM H.M. SHIP "HYPERION", St. JOHN'S HARBOR, 16 March
William PUMROY, 24 5 ft. 6, fresh complexion, dark eyes, native of Bristol, England. Lately in the employ of Mr. S. SOLOMON. William CUMBY, Captain. (18 March)

DESERTED FROM H.M. SHIP "HYPERION", ST. JOHN'S HARBOR, 2 MARCH
Edward M'MANUS, 20, 5 ft. 4, fair complexion, light eyes. Native of London. Tailor by trade. Captain W.P. CUMBY, St. John's, 11 March. (25 March)

DESERTED FROM H.M. SHIP "HYPERION", CAPT. W.P. CUMBY, 30 MARCH
James CROTER, 25, 5 ft. 6, pale complexion, light hair, light blue eyes. Native of Londonderry, Ireland.
George CONNOR, 20, 5 ft. 4, light complexion, light hair and eyes. Native of Cork, Ireland.
William LOOBY, 22, 5 ft. 6, pale complexion, dark hair and eyes. Native of Wexford, Ireland. (1 April)
John COLE, 20, 5 ft. 2, fresh complexion, light hair, grey eyes. Native of North Shield. (15 April)

DESERTED FROM H.M.C. SLOOP "MANDY", St. JOHN'S HARBOR, 27 APRIL
William BIGGS, Ordinary Seaman, 23, 5 ft. 7, fair complexion, hazel eyes, dark brown hair. Wants fourth finger on left hand and has several bald places on his head. Single. Native of Hornchurch.
Thomas HANNER, Ordinary Seaman, 21, 5 ft. 7. swarthy, grey eyes, brown hair, stupid looking man, single, native of Hastings. Wearing red flannel shirt and hat covered with white cloth.
Signed: Edward COLLINS, Captain. (19 July)

DESERTED FROM H.M.'s NOVA SCOTIAN REGIMENT, 7 MAY.
James LINEHAN, 25, 5 ft. 5, fresh complexion, grey eyes, light brown hair. Laborer. Native of Tipperary, Ireland.
Patrick KEEFE, 30, 5 ft. 4, fresh complexion, grey eyes, dark brown hair. Marked with Small Pox. Laborer. Native of Kilkenny, Ireland. Deserted May 10th.
Commander A. CAMERON, Lt. & Adjutant of the Nova Scotia Regiment. (20 May)

DESERTED FROM THE SERVICE OF SAMUEL CODNEY & CO. ON THE 9th.
Jeremiah MEAGHER, 5 ft. 4, rather fat, little marked with Small Pox. Native of Ireland.
Thomas MEAGHER, 5 ft. 7, fair complexion. Native of Ireland. Speaks bad English. (27 May)

DESERTED from the services of John TEAFE, Pilot.
Robert DOWNEY, 5 ft. 8, age 25, swarthy complexion, grey eyes, black hair. Native of Cork, Ireland. (27 May)

DESERTED from H.M.'s Ship "Comet", October 25th, 1812, at St. John's.
Edward LAHEY, 5 ft. 5, fair complexion, round face, light brown hair. Well known in this town, his relations are living here. House Carpenter by trade.
Signed: G.W. BLAMEY, Capt. (3 June)

DESERTED from William JENKINS: Thomas BURNS, from Ireland, his second year in this colony. Aged about 24 years, 5 ft. 5, dark eyes and hair. (3 June)

DESERTED from the service of MILLER, FERGUS & CO., May 28th. Pierce BLANDSFIELD, youngster and passenger per Brig "Rose". (3 June)

DESERTED from the service of Michael SINNOTT, 30 May.
John HANNIGAN, 5 ft. 7, light complexion, black hair, grey eyes, wart on right side of nose, short blue coat, red waistcoat and blue trousers. (3 June)

DESERTED from boats of H.M.'s Ship "Bellerophon", while on duty in St. John's Harbor, June 5th.
John MARKEY, 23, 5 ft. 9, fair complexion, brown eyes and hair, native of Newry, Ireland. Signed: E. HAWKER, Capt. (10 June)

DESERTED from the service of Nicholas HANRAHAN.
John NAWLAN
, 19, 5 ft.8, fair complexion. Came by passage on Schooner "Thomas", Capt. KIELY, from Ross. Wears blue jacket and canvas trousers. (10 June)

DESERTED from the service of Daniel BOLEN in Maggotty Cove, Tuesday, June 8th.
Phillip REILY, youngster, age 20, 5 ft. 6, black hair, black complexion. Cooper by trade. (10 June)

DESERTED from Owen SWEENY, Cooper, May 10th at Renews. Three men servants, James MANGAN, James FANNING, Michael DOHERTY. All hired for two seasons, one of which is expired. (10 June)

DESERTED from the service of H.M.'s ship "Dryad", Captain Edward GALWAY, William John HARTSUP, 23, 5 ft. 6, dark complexion, dark hair and eyes. Native of Greenwich and married.
William CREAGGY, 39, 5 ft. 5, dark complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. Native of Scotland. (10 June)

DESERTED from H.M.'s ship "Comet" in St. John's Harbor, Captain G. W. BLAMEY.
John BROUCH
, 23, 5 ft. 5, fair complexion, pitted with Small Pox, marked with scars on fore part of left leg. Native of Northern part of England. (10 June)

DESERTED from H.M.'s ship "Crescent", St. John's, June 6th.
Christopher KEFENBECK, Landman. 36, 5 ft. 3, dark complexion, short brown hair, brown eyes, scar on left cheek. Native of Hamburg, married. Wearing Guernsey frock, blue trousers, black hankerchief and tarpauling hat. No. on S.B., 298. Signed Thomas BENNETT, first Lt. And Commanding Officer. (10 June)

DESERTED from the "Snow Grace", John BARTLETT, Master, 22 June.
John TRIGLOWN, 16, fair complexion, blue jacket and trousers. (24 June)

DESERTED from H.M.'s ship "Rosamond", Donald CAMPBELL, Esq., Captain, in Cape Broyle Bay.
David WINDSOR, M. Aged 33, 5 ft. 6, sallow complexion, grey and black hair, blue eyes. A Mermaid marked on right arm. Absented himself from watering party 29th of May. Native of Weymouth.
John SMITH, Ship's Corporal, age 33, 5 ft. 5, dark complexion, dark hair, light blue eyes, tremor in his head much resembling Palsy. Absented himself from duty at Cape Broyle, May 30th. Native of Inverness. (10 June)

DESERTED from H.M.'s Prison Ship "Triton", while on duty in St. John's Harbor, June 12th.
James LANDIGAN, Landman, 25, 5 ft. 5, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair. Native of Tipperary, Ireland. Well known in St. John's having been employed in the fishery.
Signed Thomas BISHOP, Lt. Commander. (17 June)

DESERTED from the service of Thomas ROW, the 13th.
Robert NUGENT, 22, 5 ft. 10. slender, fair complexion, blue eyes, light brown hair. Native of Waterford.
William DAVIS, 22, 5 ft, 7. Little marked with Small Pox, fair complexion, grey eyes, dark hair. Native of Ireland.
William MURPHY, 23, 5 ft. 8, ruddy complexion, grey eyes, dark hair. Native of Ireland.
The above came as passengers in the Brig "Aurora" last Spring.
John KEEFE, deserted on the 3rd. Age 26, 5 ft. 9, dark complexion, dark hair. Native of Kilkenny. Speaks bad English. Came on passage in the "Snow Hope" this Spring. (17 June)

DESERTED from the launch of H.M.'s Ship "Sybille", St. John's Harbor, 4th of June.
Michael FORREST, 21, 5 ft 5, fair complexion, brown hair. Initials of his name M. Fr. Marked on his coat and other clothes. Native of Ballycotton, County Cork, Ireland. Signed: J.W. PHILLIPS, 2nd Lt. (17 June)

DESERTED from H.M.'s Ship "Beilerophon" while on duty at the watering place. St. John's Harbor, June 11th.
John SUGDEN, Pte. Marine. Age 28, 5 ft. 10, dark complexion, dark eyes and hair, a scar on one of his legs. Native of Northumberland. Wearing red jacket, blue trousers and duck waistcoat. Signed: E. HAWKER, Capt. (17 June)

DESERTED from Francis HOCQUARD, 25th of June.
James DEMPSEY, apprentice, 14½ years, 4 ft. 9, fair complexion, round visage, stout. Native of Dublin. (8 July)

DESERTED from the service of John BROPHY.
Timothy O'BRIEN, 5 ft. 6 Black eyes and complexion. Native of Kerry, Ireland. Wearing blue jacket and small clothes. Shipped by Captain Thomas BULLEY in the "Cove Cork" to serve Messrs. Thomas BULLEY & CO. for two Summers and a Winter. (24 June)

DESERTED from H. M.'s Sloop "Muros", June 26th.
Michael CORMACK, 19, 5 ft. 7. Mole on back, short brown hair, blue eyes. Native of Tipperary.
John MIDDLETON, Seaman, 30, 5 ft. 8, fair complexion. Crucifix I.N.R.Y. on right breast. Marked with Small Pox. Light reddish hair, blue eyes. Signed: R. THRINTHILS, Snr., Lt. (1 July)

DESERTED from the service of John HEARN.
Patrick KERRISK
, 31, 5 ft. 6, fair complexion, dark eyes, brown hair, stout. Native of County Kerry, June 4th.
Richard BRADLEY, 1, 5 ft. 6, sandy complexion, grey eyes, black hair. Plays fiddle and took it with him. Native of Kerry. (8 July).

DESERTED from the Brig "Pandora", Captain Michael MURPHY, the 9th
Edmund PIERCE, Apprentice, 14 years, fair, blue eyes, light hair. Remarkable long nose. Native of London. (15 July)

DESERTED from the service of John D. POWER, Torbay, the 14th.
William DUNPHY, 27, pale complexion, blue eyes, dark hair. Had a Beaver slouched hat, blue trousers and jacket, light waistcoat. Native of Callin, County of Kilkenny, Ireland. Arrived from thence last Spring in the Brig "Orpheus", Captain WARREN. House Corporeal by trade. (15 July)

DESERTED from ship "Atlanta", Richard SHALDON, Master, the 18th
Jacob SKINNER, 48, 5 ft. 6, pale face, wears his own short sandy hair.
Richard GREENAWAY, 56, 5 ft.2, pale complexion, dark hair.
William MARKS, 24, 5 ft. 6, fresh complexion, dark hair.
William HUSSEY, 19, 5 ft. 6, fresh complexion, dark hair. (22 July)

DESERTED from the service of Michael WALSH, 20 June.
Bartholomew WALSH, 30, 5 ft. 6, swarthy complexion, marked with Small Pox, slight, black hair and eyes. Shipped two Summers and a Winter. Native of Ireland. (5 Aug.)

DESERTED from H.M.'s ship "Crescent", August 5th.
Thomas KIRBY, 23, dark complexion, short brown hair and brown eyes. Mark T.K. on arms. Single man. Native of Ireland.
Signed: Thomas BENNETT, Sr., Lt. (5 Aug.)

DESERTED at Harbor Grace from the Brig "Superb", Benjamin WATLINGTON, master.
JEM, a Negro man, Barbadian by birth. 5 ft. 6, two black scars or spots on left side of face, one above and below the ear.
Signed: HART & ROBINSON. 29 July. (19 Aug.)

DESERTED from brooming party of H.M.'s Ship "Crescent", the 11th.
Alexander SMITH, 21, 5 ft. 8, light complexion, short hair, blue eyes. Native of Port Patrick. Single man.
John SENT, 28, 5 ft. 2. Sallow complexion, dark eyes, short dark hair. Native of Lisbon and a single man.
John FLEMMING, 19, 5 ft. 4, fresh complexion, short light hair, blue eyes. Native of Greenock and single. Signed: J. QUILLIAM, Captain. (19 Aug.)

DESERTED from brooming party of H.M.'s Ship "Crescent", the 13th.
Emanuel JONES, 18, 5 ft. 1, mulatto complexion, short dark hair, brown eyes. Native of Rio De Janeiro.
John HAMMETT, 17, 4 ft. 10, dark complexion, short brown hair, brown eyes. Native of Essex.
Signed: Thomas BENNETT, First Lt. & Commanding Officer. St. John's. (19 Aug.)

DESERTED from H.M.'s Nova Scotian Regiment of Fencibles, Infantry. August 7th.
John CORKRAN, 24, 5 ft. 4, fresh complexion, grey eyes, light brown hair. Born in Kilkenny, Ireland.
Joseph CAWTHORN, 27, 5 ft. 4, swarthy complexion, blue eyes, fair hair. Born in Nottingham, England.
Thomas HAYES, 18, 5 ft. 5, fresh complexion, grey eyes, light brown hair. Born in Wexford, Ireland.
Signed: A. CAMERON, LT. & Adjutant, N.S. Regiment. (19 Aug.)

DESERTED from Sloop "Electra", St. John's Harbor, August 14th.
Lawrence ANDERSON, 23, 5 ft. 6, fair complexion, blue eyes, light hair, rather long; light made. Native of Bergen, Norway.
Dennis LEARNEY, 25, 5 ft. 9, fresh complexion, dark hair, brown eyes, stout made. Native of Ireland.
Edward MALOY, 23, 5 ft. 3, fresh complexion, dark hair, very thick feet. Native of Ross, Ireland.
Patrick M'LOUGHLAN, 20, 5 ft. 4, sallow complexion, light hair. Native of Londonderry.
Roger PENNY, 23, 5 ft. 7, fresh complexion, short hair. Native of King's Bridge, Devon.
Signed: William GREGORY, Commander. (26 Aug.)

DESERTED from Sloop "Electra", August 26th.
Samuel JONES, 20, 5 ft. 8, fair, dark hair, blue eyes. Native of Poole. Signed: William GREGORY, Commander. (2 Sept.)

DESERTED from H.M.'s Ship "Comet", when on shore duty, St. John's Harbor, August 17th.
Richard BALEY, 20, 5 ft. 2, fair complexion, light brown hair, blue eyes, small scars on fingers on left hand. Native of Dublin. Signed: G.W. BLAMEY, Captain, (26 Aug.)

DESERTED from the service of subscriber, Nicholas HANRAHAN.
Patrick COTTERAL
, Cooper by trade, 5 ft. 6, dark complexion, marked with Small Pox. Came as passenger from Waterford last July in the Brig "Polly", Captain REDMOND. (2 Sept.)

DESERTED from Ship "Hyperion", August 28th.
Timothy HEARN, 26, 5 ft. 5, light complexion, light hair. Native of Cork. Has a brother sailing in St. John's.
Bryan O'NEAL, 23, 5 ft. 8, fresh complexion, light hair. Native of Tipperary, Ireland.
Signed: William. P. CUMBY, Captain. (2 Sept.)

DESERTED from H.M.'s Nova Scotia Regiment of Fencibles, Infantry, stationed at St. John's, Newfoundland, August 18th.
Murdock M'NEIL, 23, 6 ft. 1, sallow complexion, hazel eyes, brown hair. Born in Cape Breton.
John WRIGHT, 36, 5 ft. 9, fresh complexion, blue eyes, brown hair. Born in Nova Scotia.
James DAIMONT, 25, 5 ft. 11, fair complexion, blue eyes, dark brown hair. Born in Dorset, England.
Benjamin FALES, 48, 5 ft. 10, fair complexion, blue eyes, grey hair. Born in Boston, U.S. Shoemaker by trade.
Murdock M'NEIL, passes himself as a Corporeal of the Regiment who is in search of deserters whereby he obtains necessaries from people at the out harbors.
The first three have been seen at St. Mary's. They are armed with Firelock and Blunderbuss.
Signed: A. CAMERON, Lt. & Adjutant, N.S. Regiment. (2 Sept.)

DESERTED from Brig "Lucy" of London lying at Messrs. RYAN and Son's wharf.
Thomas BECK, a Dane, 40, addicted to swearing and drunkenness, detected in plundering the outward bound cargo, has been in the French Service.
Cornelius ZISTUS, a Hollander, about 28, stout, able man, 5 ft. 9, dark complexion. Not a perfect sailor. Also detected in small plunder.
Signed: H. HENDRICK, Master. (23 Sept.)

DESERTED from the service of Samuel and John CLARKE, June 2nd.
Thomas PHEALAN, Fisherman, 35, 5 ft. 6, brown complexion, short dark hair, blue eyes. Native of Ireland. Has lived in Burin and Harbor Grace.
George GOULD, Greenman, 16, 5 ft. 1, brown complexion, short brown hair, grey eyes.
Robert WAY, Greenman, 20, 5 ft. 7, brown complexion, short light hair, grey eyes.
These men were seen at Burin and conveyed thence in a Schooner bound to St. John's, but captured on passage and landed in some part of Placentia Bay. A reward of 10 pounds will be paid by Mr. SPOONER of Harbor Briton. (23 Sept.)

DESERTED from H. M.'s Ship "Talbot" at St. John's, the 26th, while on shore in Guard Boat.
Douglas WILKIE, 5 ft. 6, Seaman, age 20, dark complexion, short dark hair, blue eyes, slight, scar on right knee, cut on right instep. Native of Campbellton in Scotland.
Signed: Stephen SWAINE, Captain. (23 Sept.)

DESERTED from the boat of H. M.'s Ship "Crescent" while on shore for the officers.
William HAWKINS, Seaman, 22, 5 ft. 5, dark complexion. Short brown hair, grey eyes. Native of Dartmouth. Single. No. on S.B. 438. Signed: J. QUILLIAM, Captain. (23 Sept.)

DESERTED from the service of Dominic FLYNN, at Bay de Verds.
John FLING, about 27, 5 ft. 6, brown hair, cut short. Wearing long blue coat and black breeches. Native of County of Cork. Came on passage in the "Mermaid" from Cork. (23 Sept.)

DESERTED from Schooner "Mary of Waterford", now lying at the wharf of Patrick MORRIS.
Thomas HAYDEN
, Apprentice, 16 years, 5 ft. 4, fair complexion. Wearing brown jacket and blue trousers.
Signed: James CRAWFORD, Subscriber. (7 Oct.)

DESERTED from Brig "Fanny", William FORRESTALL, Master.
John RAYMOND, Seaman, age 50, 5 ft. 6, brown complexion, dark hair and eyes. (21 Oct.)

DESERTED from H. M.'s Ship "Bellerophon", Edward HAWKER, Captain.
Samuel WADE (Supy), 21, 5 ft. 4, fresh complexion, sandy hair, grey eyes, blue jacket with pearl buttons, blue trousers and boots. Supposed to have left the Ship with the Dockard party between one and three p.m., October 13th. Has been employed in the Newfoundland fishery for the last six years and a native of Sherborn, Dorsetshire. Signed: William HALL, First Lt. (21 Oct.)

DESERTED from the service of GOSS, BUTLER & GOSS, Tuesday.
Edward LANE, Cooper. Native of Ireland, arrived from Waterford in the Brig "Hebe" last Spring. Low in stature and dark complexion. (13 September, 1814)

DESERTED from the service of William GATHERAL, Baleen.
Thomas WALSH, Shoreman. 5 ft. 10, brown hair, blue eyes, fair complexion. Native of Kilkenny, Ireland. Any information given to William GATHERAL at Baleen or MILLER, FERFUS & CO., here, will receive reward. (17 February, 1814)

DESERTED from the service of Dennis NOONAN, March 5th.
Edmund ROCHE, Labourer. 5 ft. 7, pale complexion, long thin features, blue short jacket, velvet waistcoat. Beaver hat and new Flushing trousers. Came from Waterford to Trinity in the Brig "Benjamin", Captain COLLINS. Bay de Verds, April 1, 1814. (7 April)

DESERTED from the service of William B. JACKSON, on the 20th.
James DULHANTY, fisherman. 5 ft. 3. Trepassey, April 21, 1814. (28 April)

DESERTED from the service of William CASEY, 28 April last.
Michael GRADY, 5 ft. 6, long visage, black hair, blue trousers and jacket. (5 May, 1814)

1814       DEATHS

BARNES: John. Age 50. Died Monday. (17 Feb.)

BLAND: Edward. Age 17. 3rd son of John BLAND, Esq. of this town. Died yesterday. (30 June)

CAMPBELL: Frederick. Age 60. Late Instructor at the School of Industry. Died Thursday last. (3 March)

GRAHAM: Catherine. 38 year old wife of NATHAN GRAHAM of this town. Died Sunday. (14 July)

MURPHY: Thomas. Aged 47. Inhabitant of this town. Attended at the grave by members of the Irish Benevolent Society. (24 Nov.)

WALLOP: Mrs. 26 years old wife of Captain WALLOP of the Nova Scotian Fencibles. (9 June)

WROTTESLEY: Edward, Esq. Late Captain of H.M. Sloop "Sabone". Aged 29. Died Friday last. (4 Aug.)

1814       MARRIAGES

FINLEY/NURSE: By Rev. Rowland, Saturday. James FINLEY to Sarah NURSE of this place. (18 Aug.)

LIVINGSTON/SHANNON: By Rev. Rowland. Charles LIVINGSTON, Merchant, to JESSE, 2nd daughter of Alexander SHANNON, Esq., merchant, Greenock. (6 Jan.)


BREEN: Claimants against the estate of Michael BREEN of the parish of Killigny, County of Wexford, Ireland, late of Portugal Cove, Fisherman, deceased. Apply to Timothy FLANNERY. (17 Nov.)

BURKE: Claimants against the estate of John BURKE of Callan, County of Kilkenny, Ireland, late of Harbor Grace, Fisherman, deceased, apply to James FOX. (30 June)

BURROWS: Claimants against the estate of John BURROWS of Sligo, Ireland, late of Adam's Cove, Newfoundland, Physician, deceased, apply to Richard ANDERSON, Administrator. (13 Jan.)

BUTLER: Claimants against the estate of John BUTLER of Carrick-On-Suir, Ireland, late of Witless bay, Newfoundland, planter, deceased, apply to William THOMAS, Administrator. (12 May)

BUTLER: Claimants against the estate of Thomas BUTLER, late of Port de Grave, Newfoundland, Planter, deceased, apply to John BUTLER or William FREEMAN. (13 Oct.)


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Apr 19, 1810- Dec 29, 1885
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Royal Gazette and Newfoundland Advertiser St. John's, NFLD 1810-1885

 

 

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