Cape of Good Hope Government Gazette 1828 - 2 - April to June

FRIDAY, 4 April, 1828

NOTICE.
It is particularly requested, that those Persons, who are indebted to the late Capt. J. BLAKE, of Saldanha Bay, will settle their Accounts within six weeks from this date ; and those to whom he was indebted, will send in the respective Bills, within the same period.
April 2d, 1828. Widow J. BLAKE, Roeland-street.

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the Heirs of the late Anna LATEGAAN, Widow of the late Benjamin Godlieb WEICH, that the accounts of the Estate are ready for examination : and that the share of Inheritance may be received at No. 48 Strand-street, of C. MATTHIESSEN.

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CAUTION.
It is requested that those Gentlemen who favour Mr. DIXON’S Livery Stables with their commands, will be particular in the orders to their servants, as they are frequently detained on the errants, to the great prejudice of the said Mr. DIXON.

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TO LET, a STORE, with or without forge, situated behind the Lutheran Church, in the Waterkant.
Apply to Capt. AKEN, or to Mr. J.M. MAYNARD.

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Mrs. The Widow of J. ROCKENBACH, having disposed of the of the Estate of Joneruiec situated at Wynberg, Cape District, will expose at Public Sale, on MONDAY MORNING, the 14th instant Horses, Carts, Cows. Heifers ; a Bull of good breed, some Household furniture, Horticultural implements, &c. &c.
Cape Town, 3 April. Wolff & BARTMAN, Auctioneers.

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To LET for the unexpired period of its present Lease, closing on the 31st August next, Captain UNDERWOOD’S Cottage at Wynberg, with its well-stocked Garden. – For further particulars, apply to Messrs. THOMSON, WATSON & Co. or on the Premises.

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Ran away, a Slave Boy, named FEBRUARY, of Madagascar ; he was dressed in a check shirt, blue jacket, and leather trowsers, a blue handkerchief, and a black hat ; talks good Dutch, and has a mark over his eye ; he is of middle stature. Whoever lodges him in prison, will be well rewarded.
N.B. He reports himself to be a Prize Negro.
G.C. GREFFRATH, Sr.

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Melt van der SPUY, Ms. Will put up by Public Sale, on Wednesday, the 16th instant, his Freehold Place Ongegund, situate at Tygerberg, on favourable Conditions; -also, for ready Money, some Male and Female Slaves; Cattle, Horses, Waggons, Agricultural Implements, a complete Smithy, a few Muids of
Barley and Oats, &c.

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Willem BOONZAIER begs to inform his Friends and the Public, that his DANCING SCHOOL has been opened since the 1st April, at No. 33, Buitengracht.

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BUTTER, SOAP, AND TALLOW.
A fresh Supply of the above is now landing from on board the Sidney Packet, TAYLOR, Master, from Algoa Bay, and for Sale at the Stores of
W. & F. SILBERBAUER.

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NOTICES
Jan Martin KOSTER will cause a Public Sale to be held, by the Licensed Auctioneer, Mr. van DYK, in the course of the ensuing Month of April (the Day to be fixed in a future Advertisement,) at the place of Mr. Johannes MINNAAR, Sen. at Klapmuts River, in the district of Stellenbosch, on a Credit of two Months, 1500 extra fat WETHERS, and 125 ditto OXEN, - well worthy the Attention of Butchers and Corn Farmers.
28th March, 1828

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DIED, ON Wednesday, the 2d April, 1828, my beloved Wife Anthonia Maria BERRANGE, aged 28 years, 7 months, and 17 days, of which severe loss I hereby give notice to Relatives and Friends.
H.J. HOFFMEYER.

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DIED AT Stellenbosch, on the 25th of March, 1828, J.H. van de GRAAFF, Esq. aged 60 years.
Cornelia Tiba BODE,
Widow J.H. van der GRAAFF.

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NOTICE is hereby given to Friends and Relatives, that J.H. van HELSDINGEN, Esq. Captain in the Danish East India Company‘s Service, died at Bengal, on the 3d of September, 1827, aged 65 years
WIDOW A. BRUNT,
Born Van HELSDINGEN.

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DIED AT Brighton, on the 26th December, 1827, John Fredrik Kirsten; second Son of Capt. BURROWES, late of the 8th Hussars.

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MARRIAGE.
In the English Church, Cape Town, on Monday 31st March, 1828, by the Rev. G. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplin:
John NORTON, to Sarah ADAMS.

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CHRISTENINGS
In the English Church, Cape Town on Sunday the 30th March 1828, by the Rev. G. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain :
A Daughter of John TEMPLE, Esq. baptized Lucy Anne.
A Daughter of James Simpson, baptized Elizabeth Allison.
On Saturday the 29th March, 1828, in the Military Church, Cape Town, by the Rev. B.C. GOODISON. A.M. Chaplain to the forces.
A Daughter of D. DOHERTY, Esq. Assistant-Surgeon of H.M.’s 49th Regt. Baptized Anna Elizabeth.
On Sunday the 30th of March, 1828, at Wynberg, by Ditto.
An Adult Male, native of this Colony, baptized Peter DANTZER.

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DEATHS.
March 27. Mr Andrew Ellison, late of Brig Pero, aged 42 years.
30. Sarah, wife of Mr. Levi Maynard, aged 49 years, 3 months – much regretted.

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GEDOOPT
in de Nederduitsche Hervormde Kerk, op Zondag den 30 Maart 1828.
Een Zoon van Matthys VAN EYSSEN, Cz. Met name Coenraad Hendrik.
Een Zoon van Johannes Casparus HENDRIKS, met name Carel Anthon Johannes.
Een Zoon van Arthur SMITH, met name Arthur.
Een Zoon van Christiaan Pieter VERWEY, met name Gerhardus.
Eene Dochter vna dern Wel-Ed. Heer Andries BRINK, Cz. Met name Sophia Alida Elizabeth.

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OVERLEDEN.
30 Maart. Daniel DE JAGER, oud 39 jaren.
31. De Heer A.E. OEST, oud 47 jaren 1 maand en 8 dagen.
1 April. Een Zoon van wylen John MORTALRY, met name John, oud 14 m.
2. Cornelis DOUMAN, oud 45 jaren.
2. Jufvr. Anthonia Maria BERRANGE, Huisvrouw van den Heer Hendrik Johannes HOFMEYR, oud 28 jaren 7 maanden en 19 dagen.

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De Huwelyken, GEDOOPTen, enz. In de Ned. Hervormde en Lutershce Kerken, die plaats gevonden hebben sedert den 1 January, ll. Zullen van tyd tot tyd geinsereerd worden tot op dezen datum.

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SHIPPING INTELLIEGENCE

ARRIVED IN TABLE BAY 
March 28. Leda, brig, G. ROBB, from Calcutta 1st Feb. for this port. Cargo Rice &c.
29. Victoria, Spanish ship, Jozé RAMIREZ, from Manilla 22d Dec. for Cadiz. Cargo Sugar and Cotton.
Passengers, Brigadier Don ILDEFONSO DE ARAGOR, and Lady ; Capt. JUAN EZEZ BARANZA, Sergts. SOLAR and CARABAJAC.
30. Norden. Danish ship, Jno. BIRD from Canton 9th, and Sincapore 24th Jan. for Hamburg. Cargo Teas, &c.
Passengers, Messrs. WATT and ZIMMERMAN. Brings a Mail. -Put in for Repairs and Water.
30. Clyde. Eng. Ship, D.R. MUNRO, from Calcutta 10th, and Madras 26th Jan. for London. Cargo sundries.
Passengers. Mesdames REDDIE, STUART, Mac LEAN and ROSE; Capt. STUART, 48th Regt.; Lieut. STUART, 46th Regt.; Capt. HILL, late of the Hope; Lieut. HALDARE, 14th M.N.I.; Lieut. GREAVES, 12th do. Mr. PHILLIPSON, Vety. Surgeon; 13 Children; 48 Invalids, 2 Women, and 4 Children. -Brings a Mail.
31. Resource, ship, B. FENN, from Calcutta 26th January, for London. Cargo sundries.
Passengers, Lieut. Col. DAY, B.I.; Lieuts. KEELER and LLOYD. B.I.; Dr. BIRMINGHAM, Mesdames BINGLEY, MOORE, and BELNOS; Miss J. BANG, and 11 Children. Put in for Water. -Brings in a few Letters.
April 1. Upton Castle, ship, P. WILDRIDGE, from Bombay, 20th Jan. and Galle 3d Feb. for London. Cargo Sundries.
Passengers. Mrs. EGAN, Misses DAVIS, SWINTON, RATHWAY, SCOTT AND EGAN; Col. EGAN, B.N.I.; Capts. ELLIS, 4th Dragoons: LAWSON, Queen’s Royals, TORBERRY, M.N.I.; and THOMPSON, M.N.I.; Messrs. BRUCE, SCOTT, HATHWAY, PARNELL, FRAZIER, CONNER, HAY, HEAD, FOLEY, and Dr. LIDDEL, B.N.I.; Masters SWINTON, PARNELL, and HATHWAY, 4 Servants, and 66 Invalids. –Put in for Water, &c.
1.Madras, Ship, C. BEACH, from Portsmouth, 6th Jan, for Madras and Calcutta. Cargo sundries. – Passengers, Mesdames BRUCE AND MAXWELL; Misses SMYTH, MAXWELL, AND SICK[]R; A.F. BRUCE, Esq. M.C.S. ; Messrs. BIRDWOOD, VARDEN, BELL and FARQUHAR, Cadets W. DUFF, Esq. H.C.M. Service; TOWELL and BLAKE, Esqrs. H.C. WRITERS; Messrs. MAXWELL, HARE, CLEMENT, and ALCOCK, Cadets, H.C. Engineers; Mr. C. CAMPBELL, CORNET, H.M. 11th Dragoons; Mr. CUMBERLEDGE, Cadet, H.C. Infantry; and 5 Servants. –Brings a Mail.
1. Sesostris, ship, W. BOUCHIER, from Bombay 30th Jan. and Cannacrore 6th Feb. from London. Cargo sundries –
Passengers Capts. HART, URQUHART, and JOHNSON: Lieuts JACOB, and KING; Dr. MOYLE, Mr. PITT, B.C.S.; for the Cape; -Capts. WILSON, SLIGHT, and ATHILL, Lieuts, DARKE, and LEWIS; Dr. BOUCHIER; Thos. LANGLEY, Late 2nd Mate; 3 Children; 29 Invalids, 2 Women, and 2 Children; for England. –Brings a Mail.
2. Sydney Packet, Schooner, D. TAYLOR, from Algoa Bay, 25th March, for this Port. –Cargo sundries.
Passengers, Messrs. SAVINE, CHASE STILL and BUCK.
2. George the Fourth, cutter, W. McLoed, from Algoa Bay, 29th March, for this Port. Cargo colonial produce.
Passengers, Mr. MAYNARD and O’GRADY.

SAILED FROM TABLE BAY
March 27. H.C.S. Atlas, T. HINE, for London.
--Lord Amherst, ship J.M. ARDLIE, for Madras and Bengal.
28. Eleanor, brig, W. SAUNDERS for N.S. Wales.
30. H.C.S. Childe Harold, W. WEST, for London.
April 2. Brothers, brig, for London.
--Nordon, ship for Hamburg.

 

 

FRIDAY, 11 APRIL, 1828

GETROUWD
in de Nederduitsche Hervormde Kerk, op Maandag den 7 April.
Isaack Petrus Albertus SMIT, met Martha Maria Sophia SMIT
Martinus Wilhelmus THEUNISSEN, Jun. met Jacomina Maria BLANCKENBERG.

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GEDOOPT.
Een Zoon van den Heer Albert Erasmus VAN WYK, met name Albert Erasmus.
Een Zoon van Christiaan GRINJER, jet name Carel Fredrik.
Eene Dochter van den Hr. Johannes Fredrik DE WET, met name Catharina Sara Reineira.
Eene Dochter van Jan Babtist Gabriel EVERTSE, met name Catharina Wilhelmina.
Eene Dochter van David Andreas MULLER, met name Anna Elisabeth.

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Notice – Mr. BRIDEKRIK begs to intimate to his Friends and the Public in general, that orders for Letter-press and Copper-plate Printing, will in future be received at the Gazette Office, 31, Heerengracht, where Advertisements for the Gorvernment Gazette, are requested to be sent as early as possible for insertion.

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MARRIAGES
In the English Church, Cape Town, on Monday 7th April, 1828, by the Rev. G. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain.
Hugh GRIFFITHS, Esq. Lieut.-Col. H.E.I. Service, to Miss Augusta Wilhelmina SIEGRUHN.
In the Military Church, Cape Town, on Thursday the 10th April 1828, by the Rev. B.C. GOODISON, A.M. Chaplain to the Forces,
Major E. VAUGHAN, of H.M. 98th Regt. To Miss Sarah Lonsdale CROSBY.

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DEATHS
April 5. Andrew Sinclair, aged 45 years.
7. A daughter of Peter Lawrence CLOETE, jun. Esq. named Catharine Maria aged 10 months.

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SJIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVED IN TABLE BAY.
April 3. Olive Branch, brig, J. ANDERSON, from Dungeness 27th Dec. for this Port.
Cargo sundries. – Brings a Mail.
4. Harriet, Dutch ship, J. BUYSMAN, from Sourabaya 11th Jan. for Antwerp. Cargo coffee. – Put in for water.
7. Willem, Dutch brig, M. SCHAAP, from Rotterdam 31st Dec. for this Port and Batavia. Cargo sundries.
Passengers, Mrs. SCHMAL, Miss EGEEL, and Messrs. ROZENWALD and STEFFEN.
8. Medina, Eng. Ship, J. MILLER, from the Downs 6th Jan. for Bombay. Cargo sundries.
Passengers, Major VAUGHAN, Mrs. MILLER, Miss CROSBY, and Mr. OAKLEY.
Brings a few letters.
8. Ellen, do. W. BOYLE, from the Downs 28th Dec. for Bombay. Cargo sundries. Put in for water and refreshments.
10. Arabian, English ship, R. WILLS, from Liverpool 1st Jan. bound to Calcutta. – Cargo sundries.
Passengers. Lieut.-Colonel BADDLEY and lady, and 5 children; Misses MANSEL, HOLDSWORTH, HARPER, HOWARTH, BELL, ALEXANDER, BATES, HEALEY, and TULLOCK. –Put in for water.
11. Hebe, brig, Thomas FORSMAN, from Rio de Janeiro 14th March, for this Port. Cargo coffee and sugar. – The blockade still in force.

SAILED FROM TABLE BAY
April 1. Patience, brig, J. MATTHEWS, for London
2. Brothers, J. BRIGGS, for London.
_ Norden, ship J. BIRD, for Hamburg.
4. Thomas, brig. R. BUTLER, for Algoa Bay.
5. Resource, ship B. FENN, for London.
6. Clyde, ship E.R. MUNRO, for London.
- Madras, ship C. BEACH, for Madras.
- Vittoria, ship Jozé RAMIREZ.
- Bolivar, brig, J. McDONALD, for Algoa Bay.
- Sesostris, ship, W. BOUCHIER, for London.
- Upton Castle, ship P. WILDRIDGE, for London.
11. Harriet, Dutch ship J. BUYSMAN, for Antwerp.

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WANTED, a Young Man, as Servant to a small Family about to proceed to England. – Apply at the Gazette Office.

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MARRIED, at St. Herogen Bosch, on the 5th August 1827, Lieve Martinus Isaak, Baron Van REEDE Van Oudshoorn, Knight of the William’s Order of the Lion, Captain, Commandant of the Marchaussee in North Brabant, to Jacoba – Daughter of – Van BLARKORN, Esq. Attorney General in the same Province. Saasveld, 10th April, 1828.

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G. Greig’s Advertising Paper.
On relinquishment by Government of the Cape Gazette as a regular Weekly Publication, the necessity became apparent of providing a suitable Advertsing Medium to supply its place. With this veiw the Undersigned, at considerable risk to himself, originated the ‘List of Advertisements and Public Notifications’ and in order to secure to it a circulation as ample as that of the Paper it was destined to replace, a pledge was given, that a large gratuitous distribution should take place as well in Cape Town as in the several Country Districts – while the price charge, barely exceeds the cost of the paper and stamp. the very liberal support with which the design has been met by the Merchants and Public generally, might have superseded the necessity of any gratuitous distribution whatever ; but the Proprietor has adhere to his pledge, even at a considerable weekly sacrifice ; and the almost exclusive adoption of th ‘List’ as an [////] Vehicle – while it calls for the Proprietor’s warmest

 

 

FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1828.

SHIPPING INTELIGENCE.

ARRIVED IN TABLE BAY
April 14. Robarts, ship, J.CORBYN, from Calcutta 30th Jan. bound to London. Cargo sundries.-
Passengers, Mesdames MUSTON, TAYLOR, DENTY, BECKER, and MOUNT ; Misses A.N. DAVIES and DENTY ; Major-Gen. Sir Thos. REYNELL, K.C.B. ; Major MEADE, 88th, Col. KENNETT, 37th, Major DENTY 53RD, Lieut. BUDD, 14th, Lieut. JOHNSON; 11th Dragoons ; Lieut. JILLARD, 16th LANCERS ; Messrs. HAYES, MUSTON, FERDANDEZ, BECKER, RAWLINGS, and BOWLES ; Drs. HARCOURT and M’ISAAC, 24 Children, and 6 Servants.
16. Henry Porcher, ship, R. JEFFERY, from Madras 17th and Trincomalee 22nd Feb. bound to London. Cargo sundries.
Passengers, Capt. STIRLING, R.N. ; Capt. CORBIT, M.A. ; Lieut. GLOVER, M.A. ; 3 Children, 2 Servants, and 78 invalids. – Brings a Mail.
- Britannia, ship, W. FERRIS, from Bombay 5th Feb. bound to London. Cargo sundries.-
Passengers, Capt. ADDISON, B.A. and Mr. PELLY. – Brings a few letters. Rear-Admiral GAGE is at Trincomalee, with H.M.S. Java, Success, Champion, Rainbow and Hind.
17. Usk, brig, from Algoa Bay 12th inst. for this Port, Cargo Colonial produce. –
Passengers, Lieut. WATKINS and Family ; Messrs SMIDT AND Cachelloffer ; and Mr. & Mrs. LUYT. Saw a ship and bark standing to the westward.
- Betsy, from Rio the 8th March. – An action had been fought between the Patriot brig Niger and the Maria Isabel ; the former lost 22 men killed and wounded. The two armies were within two days march of each other. – Brings one letter.

SAILED FROM TABLE BAY
April 11 Ellen, Eng. Ship, W. BOYLE, for Bombay.
- Medina, do J. MILLER, for Bombay.
- George, cutter, S. DRURY, for Lambert’s Bay.
15. Highlander, S.SCOTT, for Rio.
- Mellish, - VINCENT, for England.

ARRIVED IN SIMON’S BAY
April 15. Lady Holland, S. SNILE, Esq. from Portsmouth 6th Jan. and Madeira 13th Feb. bound to Madras and Bengal. Cargo sundries. –
Passengers, Lieut. ROBERTSON, H.C.S. ; Dr. ROGERS, H.C.S. ; Mr. NICHOLSON (Cadet); Mr. SAVI ; HALES, PEACOCK, & MANTON, Free Mariners ‘ and 48 Lascars, returning.
– H.M. Steam Schooner Hasty, sailed from Madeira on the 12th Feb. bound to this Port and Mauritius. – No Letters.-
Reports the coming into Administration of the Duke of WELLINGTON and Mr. PEEL.

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MARRIAGES, - by Special Licence.
In the English Church, Cape Town, on Saturday 12 April, 1828, by the Rev. G. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain.
Mr. Daniel KENNEDY, to Miss Elizabeth Johanna ZEILER.
On Monday 14th April, by ditto,
Mr. Hercules TENNANT, TO Miss Aletta Jacoba BRAND.

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BIRTH.
On Tuesday, the 8th of April, the Lady of H.G. CHRISTIAN, Esq. Bengal Civil Service, of a daughter.

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CHRTSTENINGS.
In the English Church, Cape Town on Thursday the 10th April, 1828, by the Rev. G. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial chaplain :
A Daughter of the Rev. George HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain, baptized Sarah Georgina.
On Sunday 13th April, by ditto.
A Daughter of J.B. EBDEN, Esq. baptized Mary Anne Bance.
A Daughter of Mr. William HEYWARD, baptized Harriet Frances.
A Daughter of Mr. P.J. GAUGAIN, baptized Susan Frances.

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DEATH.
April 14. A son of Mr. Thomas HUNTER, named Thomas George, aged 14 months and 10 days.

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GETROUWD – 1828
11 Jan. Met byzondere Licentie, Johannes Rudolph KERDEL, met Elisabeth Carolina HITZEROTH.
13. Robert Paul Loftus OWEN, met Helena Elisabeth ZIERVOGEL.
25. Met byzondere Licentite, Luit. Coenraad Joh. ALBERTYN, in dienst van Z.M.dne Koning der Nederlanden, met Jongejufvr. Susanna Wilhelmina SLEIGH.
27. Carel Johannes GROSCH, met Cornelia Magdalena SOESTMAN.
Feb. 3. Daniel Gerhardus TRUTER, Fz. met Anna Heletta RUST.
17. Jan willem HURTER, Wz. met Johanna Frnasina ROSSOUW.
17. Jacobus Johannes Christiaan MOSTERT, met Agatha Aletta Margaretha LAUBSCHER.
24. Nicolaas ACKER, met Jacomina Aletta Hendrina LAUBSCHER.
Maart 9. Joachim Elias Petrus NEL, Jacsz. met Hendrina STEENKAMP.
23. Jacobus Johannes BESTER, Alb. Wz. met Huybrecht Aletta Gerhardius Petronella BESTER.

GEDOOPT
6 January 1828.
Een Zoon van Joseph DE KOCK, met name Joseph.
Een Zoon van den Heer Christiaan Laurens HERMAN, met name Johna (sic) Zacharias.
Een Zoon van Moses Johannes DANTU, met name Wilhelm Johannes.
Eene Dochter van Michiel VAN BREDA, met name Elisabeth Petronella.
Eene Dochter van Christman Joël ACKERMAN, met name Engela Anna Susanna.
13 January
Een Zoon van Jan Fredrik KIRSTEN, Fz. met name Jan Martinus.
Een Zoon van Fredrik Willem BEES, met name Carel Johannes.
Een Zoon van van Abraham Petrus Hendrik LOUW, met name Jacobus Adriaan Visser.
Eene Dochter van Hendrik Johannes LEIBBRANDT, met name Johanna Jacoba.
Eene Dochter van Daniel Gerbrand VAN DER LITH, met name Elisabeth Susanna Maria.
Eende Dochter van Lucas KEET, Mz. met name Anna Petronella.
20 January.
Een Zoon van Johan Michiel BERNING, met name Johan Adam.
Een Zoon van Frnas Janzen THUYNSMA, met name Jan Franzen.
Eene Dochter van Prudent ADAM, met name Elisabeth Jacoba.
Eene Dochter van Christiaan BARTENICK, met name Carolina Antoinetta.
27 January.
Een Zoon van Pieter Christn. GROENEWALD, met name Johannes Hendrik.
Een Zoon van Adam Jones THOMAS, met name Adam Jones.
Een Zoon van Hendrik Jacobus FAUSTMAN, met name Hendrik Martinus de Kock.
3 February.
Een Zoon van den Heer Michiel Johannes DE KOCK, Jz. met name Nicolaas Gerhardus.
Een Zoon van den Hr. Abraham BRINK, met name Johannes Justinus.
Eene Dochter van Jeremias Cornelis NIEUWOUD, met name Hdndrina Maria.
Eene Dochter van Adriaan Hermanuis LOUW, Jacob Az. met name Anna Jacoba.
Eene Dochter van Stephanus Jacobus JORDAAN, met name Maria Martha Hendrica.
Eene Dochter van Diederik Benedictus KöHLER, met name Maria Magdalena.
10 February.
Een Zoon van Johannes Jacobus VISAGE, met name Franciscus Johannes Hendricus.
Een Zoon van Matthys Hendrik GREEFF, met name Hendrik Adriaan.
Een Zoon van Cornelis Servaas ECKARD, met name Cornelis Servaas.
Eene Dochter van den Hr. Servaas DE KOCK, Sz. met name Hester Sophia.
17 February.
Een Zoon van Hendrik Andreas SMIT, met name Henrik Andreas.
Een Zoon van Willem Godfied NIEUWSTAD, met name Fredrik Andreas Michiel.
Eene Dochter van Petrus Wilhelmus KEYTEL, met name Johanna Carolina.
24 February.
Een Zoon van van John MAKER, met name William Francis.
Een Zoon van Maarten Johannes SMIT, met name Frans Henry.
Een Zoon van Johannes David VAN ZYL, Gz. met name Adriaan.
Eene Dochter van Willem Fredrik BERNING, met name Maria Geertruida Wilhelmina.
2 Maart.
Een Zoon van Johan Adriaan CRAAYWINKEL, met name Hendricus Albertus.
Een Zoon van Thomas LOFTUS, met name Thomas Petrus Eastwood.
Een Zoon van John Coenraad BAUDEKT, met name John Coenraad.
Een Zoon van Alewyn Jacobus BURGER, met name Schalk Willem.
Eene Dochter van Samuel Ernst MANEFELD, met name Johanna Elizabeth Cornelia.
Eene Dochter van Willem Theodorus VAN DEN BERG, met name Elisabeth Johanna Angelina.
Eene Dochter van Klaas TIMMERMAN, met name Augustha Wilhelmina.
9 Maart.
Een Zoon van Christiaan Lodewyk DE JONGH, met name Willem Jacobus.
Een Zoon van Petrus Mattheus LUYT, met name Laurens Mattheus.
Eene Dochter van de Wel-Ed. Hr. Egbert Andries BUYSKES, met name Arnoldian Adriana.
16 Maart.
Een Zoon van Jan Roeland FRYLINCK, met name Jan Barend Pieter.
Een Zoon van Aijelt Gerhard OLTHOFF, met name Petrus Johannes.
Een Zoon van van Johanna Carolina JONES, met name Hendrik Johannes.
Eene Dochter van Johannes Augustus DREYER, Tz. met name Johanna Sibella Christina.
Eene Dochter van Johannes Jacobus BOSMAN, met name Sara Christina.
Eene Dochter van Jacobus Adriaan LOUW, Hz. met name Martha Jacoba.
Eene Dochter van Johannes Christiaan KOETZE, met name Elizabeth Alberta.
Eene Dochter van Servaas HEUSER, met name Barbara Elizabeth.
23 Maart.
Eene (sic) Zoon van den Hr. Willem Jacob SMUTS, met name Willem Jacob.
Een Zoon van Christiaan Fredrik LACOCK, met name Willem Jacobus.
Een Zoon van Johannes Arnoldus Adam SOESMAN, met name Johannes Arnoldus Adam.
Een Zoon van Petrus Johannes REDELINGHUYS, Jun. met name Petrus Johannes.
Een Zoon van Albertus Petrus VAN ZYL, met name Hugo Amos.
Een Zoon van Fredrik Willem KELLERMAN, met name George Fredrik.
Eene Dochter van Franciscus Petrus DERT, met name Elizabeth Petronella.
Eene Dochter van Gerrit COETZEE, met name Fransina Isabella.
Eene Dochter van Louis MOSTERT, Jz. met name Rachel Catharina.
13 April.
Een Zoon van den Wel-Ed. Her. Petrus Borchardus BORCHERDS, met name James Henry.
Een Zoon van Ernst Fredrik GRYBE, met name Johan Hendrik.
Een Zoon van Ernst Christoffel VAN GRAAN, met name Godlieb Hermanus Jacobus.
Een Zoon van Willem BEHOFF, met name Johannes Stephanus Daniel.
Eene Dochter van Petrus Johannes PENTZ, Pz. met name Hendrica Susanna Mara Truter.
Eene Dochter van Johannes Theodorus ECKARD, met name Johanna Margareta Geertruida.
Eene Dochter van Jacobus COETZEE, met name Magdalena Jacoba Maria.

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OVERLEDEN
Jan. 4. Willem GNADE, oud 25 jaren.
4. Eva Cornelia Elizabeth, Huisvrouw van Frans SCHELLER, oud 38 jaren.
6. Anna Catharina Cornelia POGGENPOEL, Huisvrouw van den Hr. G.A. WATERMEYER, oud 37 jaren.
6. Charlotta Johanna Rossouw, Huisvrouw van A. J. LEIBBRANDT, oud 21 jaren.
6. Catharina, Dochter van G. J. HEYDENRYCH, oud 1 jaar.
10. John Charles Robert, Zoon van J. H. Cousin, oud 2 m. en 10 d.
13. Eene jong-geb. Dochter van H. H. WICHT.
19. Magdalena Maria DANTU, oud 15 jaren.
20. Een jong-geb. Zoon van M. GERTENBACH.
20. Johanna Clarentina BORG, oud 86 jaren.
21. De Wel-Ed. Heer Mr. J. A. TRUTER, Jr. oud 35 jaren.
22. Justinus, Zoon van G. C. C. HAANS, oud 9 maanden.
22. Joseph, Zoon van K. N. DE KOCK, oud 8 maanden.
22. Fredrik NEMAND, oud 90 jaren.
23. Jane Elizabeth, Dochter van W. BORDS, oud 6 maanden.
24. Jan Franzen, Zoon van F. J. THUYNSMA, oud 9 maanden.
25. Sophia VAN DER SCHEYFF, Huisvrouw van E. YOUNG, oud 42 jaren.
27. Anna QUILIAN, Huisvrouw van H. LEATT, oud 22 jaren.
27. Anna, Dochter van Catharina PIETERSON, oud 2 jaren en 7 dagen.
28. Johanna Maria GREBE, oud 45 jaren.
28. Andreas Jacobus, Zoon van A. J. BESTERT, Az. oud 6 m. en 4 d.
Feb. 2. William BAILEY, oud 42 jaren.
5. Arend Johannes, Zoon van A. J. ISAKSE, oud 5 maanden.
5. David Petrus Johannes, Zoon van D. S. DE VILLIERS, oud 2 maanden.
6. John LAWRENCE, oud 43 jaren.
6. John ROWE, oud 36 jaren.
7. Hendrik, Zoon van Lea J. H. KANTERBURRY, oud 6 maanden.
9. Eene jong-geb. Dochter van Dorothea D. SMITH.
11. Gustavus Christoffel, Zoon van G. C. LANGERMAN, oud 21 maanden.
12. Johannes Nicolaas, Zoon van J. N. VOLRAAD, oud 6 maanden en 10 dagen.
13. Timothy Edward, Zoon van W. SCOTT, oud 9 maanden.
13. Dina Margaretha, Dochter van G. MULLER, oud 7 maanden.
16. Johanna Catharina HYSER, Huisvrouw van H. H. WICHT, oud 42 jarn.
18. John William, Zoon van Regina Sophiar VAN DER HEYDE, oud 10 maanden.
19. Johannes W. CONRADIE, Huisvrouw van C. H. SCHLOSSER, oud 39 jaren.
22. Arend J. ARENDSE, oud 34 jaren.
22. Cornelia Everdina SCHUTTE, weduwe wylen C. F. APPEL, oud 62 jaren en 10 maanden.
22. Henry, Zoon van den Hoog-Ed. Hr. J. W. STOLL, oud 2 maanden en 9 dagen.
23. Donald Fredrik, Zoon van C. P. WOLHUTER, oud 1 jaar.

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VERKOPING VAN LYFEIGENEN.
De ondergeteekende, door de Weduwe Nicolaas DEMPERS gequalificeerd, zal op Maandage den 28 dezer, ten Huize van de Weduwe J.C.LOTTER, No. 75, Loopstraat, den geheelen Boedel van gem. Weduwe DEMPERS, voornamelyk bestaande in kapitale Slaven, Wagens en Trekossen, enz. Publiek te gelde doen maken.
Kaapstad den 17 April 1828.
G.J.SCHEUBLE

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OVERLEDEN, op den 23 dezer, myne teederbeminde Echtgenoot Margaretha VAN ASWEGEN, in den ouderdom van 45 jaren en 7 maanden, van welk smartelyk verlies isk by deze kennis geef aan Nabestaandes en Vrienden, versoekende van rouwbeklag verschoond te blyven.
Graaff-Reinet den 26 Maart 1828.
J.S.DE VILLIERS, Dz.

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BAPTISM. At Graham’s Town on Friday, 4th April 1828, by the Rev. John Davis, Wesleyan Minister, a son of John Owen SMITH, of Algoa Bay, baptised James.

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DIED, on the 23rd inst. at Graaff Reinet, Mrs. Margaretha VAN ASWEGAN, aged 45 years and 7 months.

 


 

FRIDAY, April 25th 1828.

(The Photographer of these extracts reports – no Ship movements, births, DEATHS or MARRIAGES in this issue)

 

 

FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1828.


SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

ARRIVED IN TABLE BAY
April 25. Alexander Adam, Alexander PETER, from Rio de Janeiro the 24th March, for this Port, in ballast.

SAILED ROM TABLE BAY
April 18. Arabian, Eng. Ship, - WILRIDGE, for Calcutta.
20. Fergusson, - GROVES, for England.
- Robarts, J. CORBYN, for ditto.
- Success, - SMITH, for St. Helena.
25. Britannia. – FERRIS, for England.
- Pero, - RUTTER, for ditto.
30. Conch, - COBERN, for Rio de Janeiro.
- Jessie, - WINTER, for England.

ARRIVED IN SIMON’S BAY
April 27. H.M.S. Maidstone, Commedore W. SKIPY, from Portsmouth 6th Jan. and Plymouth 22nd Feb. for this Port. – Brings a large Mail .
27. New South Wales, Cargo sundries. –
Passengers. Mr. and Mrs. BURROWS, and 8 Children; Mrs. and Miss TARPY; Messrs. SKINNER, BROWN, HIMES, CUDDY, BARNY, and HOVENDEN; and 7 in the Steerage.
29. H.M.S. Herald, G.N.C. HADLEY, Esq. from Calcutta, 8th March, for England. –
Passengers, Earl AMHERST, Countess AMHERST, and Lady Sarah AMHERST; - PEARSON, A.D.C.’ E. HALES, Esq. Sec; and 3 Servants.
SAILED FROM SIMON’S BAY
April 21. Lady Holland, S.SNELL, for madras and Bengal. - Orange Grove, A. BIRCH, for Table Bay.
22. H.M.S. Sparrowhawk, Capt. J. POLKINGHORNE, for Mozambique.

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MARRIAGES
In the English Church, Cape Town, on Sunday 21st April, 1828, by the Rev. G. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain :
Frederick ROACH, To Paulina, Widow of the late Peter DAIRARD.
John CHANDLER, to Mary Ann, widow of the late James HOATH.
By Special Licence. – On Tuesday, the 29th April, 1828, by ditto,
Mr. Thomas WINTER, Master of the ship Jessy, to Miss Mary SCOTT.

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CHRISTENINGS
In the English Church, Cape Town, on Monday the 20th April, 1828, by the Rev. G. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain.
An Adult, native of Mozambique, baptized William PHILIP.
On Sunday the 27th April by ditto.
A Daughter of George HERBERT, Esq. baptized Anna Maria.
A Son of Mr. Francis Russel BRETT, baptized Francis John.

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DEATHS
April 17. Isaac HARRISON, Aged 40 years.
18. William SHIPLEY, aged 32 years.
18. Walter MACEY, aged 49 years.
19. Mr. Edward Knolles GREEN, aged 40 years.
19. A Daughter of the late Mr. Fredrick ROESCH, named Mary Ann Melvina, aged 6 years and 14 days.
22. Mrs. Sarah Lucie DENNIS, wife of Lieut.-Colonial DENNIS, His Majesty’s 49th Regiment, aged 52 years.
29. Lieut. Thomas WATKIS, Royal Artillery, aged 35 years.
30. Mr. James PAINE, aged 76 years. – much respected.
30. Mr. Thomas TAIT, aged 37 years.

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GETROUWD,
in de Nederduitsche Hervormde Kerk, op Maandag den 29 April,
De Hr. Herman August ROSENWALD, met Jufvr. Lena Sara Maria JECKEL.
Op Zondag den 27 April,
Samuel Castel WALTON, met Rachelina Johanna BASTIAANSE.
Johan Godfried GERTENBACH, met Johanna Elizabeth NOWATNEY.

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GEDOOPT.
Een Zoon van den Her. Wm. Ferdinand BERGH, met name Egbertus Adriaan.
Een Zoon van Benjamiin SALOMON, met name Benjamin George Johannes.
Een Zoon van Chr. LOEDOLFF, met name Matthys Johannes van Eyssen.
Een Zoon van Edward SCHREUDER, met name Joseph Laurens.
Op Zondag den 27 April.
Een Zoon van van B. C. BERNING, met name Fredrik Simon.
Eene Dochter van J. F. S. KIRSTEN, met name Elizabeth Johanna Catharina.
Eene Docbher van John SMITH, met name Elen Petronella.

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OVERLEDEN.
Feb. 24. Stephen SMITH, oud 52 jaren.
25. Johan Hendrik COTSE, oud 44 jaren.
27. Helena C. MUNSTERMAN, oud 20 jaren, 8 maanden en 24 dagen.
27 De Hr. David STILL, oud 34 jaren.
Maart 1. Beatrix, Dochter van Kapt. HERBERT, oud 11 jaren.
4. De Hr. Francis SLEIGH, oud 46 jaren.
7. De Hr. Jacobus Johannes VOS, oud 43 jaren, 6 maanden en 11 dagen.
8. Een jong-geb. Zoon van J. T. FERREIRA.
9. Jacob William, Zoon van T. KING, oud 3 maanden en 11 dagen.
9. Sophia Maria BOTHA, Huisvrouw van C. A. HAUPT, oud 51 jaren.
11. John LEWIS, oud 39 jaren.
12. Johan ANTHONISSE, oud 65 jaren.
12. Florentina D. KLASEN, Huisvrouw van J. A. HENDRIKSE, oud 53 jaren.
15. John GORDON, oud 25 jaren.
18. Arthur, Zoon van Kapt. J. BLAKE, oud 14 maanden.
20. Hendrikca Susanna TRUTER, Huisvrouw jvan P. J. PENTZ, oud 20 jaren.
22. T. G. ADAMS, Officier op het Ed. O. I. Comp. Schip Atlas, oud 26 jn.
23. Magdalena Johanna Wilhelmina Gerhardina, Dochter van Dorothea VAN DE KAAP, oud 6 jaren.
26. Alida Johanna, Dochter van J. S. LEIBBRANDT, oud 9 maanden.
26. Johannes DREYER, oud 63 jaren.
26. Bernhardina, Dochter van T. HOWELL, oud 1 jaar en 6 maanden.
27. Een Zoon van C. KINCAID, oud 16 maanden.
27. Andre ARISON, oud 43 jaren.
30. Daniel DE JAGER, oud 39 jaren.
31. A. E. OEST, oud 37 jaren 1 maand en 8 dagen.
31. Sara MORTIMER, Huisvrou van L. MAYNARD, oud 49 jaren en 3 m.
April 1. John, Zoon van wylen John MORTALRY, oud 14 maanden.
2. Cornelis DONMAN, oud 45 jaren.
2. Anthonia Maria BERRANGÉ, Huisvrouw van den Hr. H. J. HOFMEYR, oud 28 jaren, 7 maanden en 19 dagen.
4. Maria Elizabeth, Dochter van C. M. VILLET, oud 1 jaar en 11 maanden.
5. Wilhelmina, Dochter van den Wel-Ed. Heer J. K. VAN OOSTERZEE, oud 10 maanden.
5. Andrew SINCLAIR, oud 45 jaren.
5. Een jong-geb. Zoon van J. P. VISSER.
7. Catharina Maria, Dochter van den Hr. P. L. CLOETE, oud 10 maanden.
8. Een dood-geb. Zoon van J. CLARK.
9. Magdalena Isabella Wilhelmina, Dochter van D. A. LARY, oud 2 jaren, 9 maanden en 2 dagen.
14. Eene Dochter vna den Hr. Daniel BRINK, Cz. met name Aletta Geertruida, oud 2 jaren.
16. Den Wel-Edele Heer Ryno Johannes VAN DER RIET, Senior, oud 69 jaren 4 maanden en 13 dagen.

 

FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1828

Hugh G. CHRISTIAN, Esq. B.C.S. being on the point of leaving this Colony, requests that all Claims on him may be sent immediately to the counting-house of
Ewan CHRISTIAN, 3 Wale-street.

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Wanted immediately, a MAN SERVANT, to accompany a Gentleman on the point of embarking for England. – Instant Application to be made at the Counting-house of
Ewan CHRISTIAN, 3 Wale-street.

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NOTICE TO FARMERS.
Cattle taken into Graze, at Oostwal, Saldanha Bay, on the usual Terms.

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NOTICE. All Persons indebted to Mr. ALBERTUS, whose Accounts are overdue, are. For the last time, requested to pay the amount of the respective Debts to the second Undersigned, on or before the first day of June next. Such Accounts are not liquidated, by the time above specified, legal measures will be resorted to for recovery.
Castle-street. J.J.L. SMUTS.
William BILLINGSLEY.

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TO HIRE
A Store, under double Story, with a Counting-house attached, and immediate possession may be had, situated in Castle-street, near Heeregracht.
Also for Sale, a clever young African Slave-Boy. – the Purchase-money can remain at interest upon approved Security.
WILLIAM BILLINGSLEY, Castle-street.

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On Wednesday Morning next, 14th inst. The Undersigned will hold a Public Sale of sundry Remnants of Goods, to clear a Store, all without Reserve.
WILLIAM BILLINGSLEY, Castle-street.

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TO LET, for the Winter, on very moderate terms, that commodious and pleasantly situated furnished House, Vredenhof, opposite the 8th Mile Stone, on the Simon’s Town Road, consisting of a Hall and two large parlours in front, with four Bed Rooms, having fire-places and boarded floors, with Stabling and suitable Offices adjoining ; being well adapted for a Family, or three or four single Gentlemen, who may wish to have the advantage of being near the Fox Hounds during the Hunting Season. – There is Abundance of Water, and a productive Vegetable Garden.

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A.P. HIERNER begs leave to intimate to his Friends and the Public, that he has removed from Stellenbosch to the Paarl, where he will exercise the Offices of Notary and Agent.
Paarl, 28th April, 1828.

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TO LET, a very commodious House, with six Rooms, situated on the Stalplein, No. 3 - Inquire of
J.G. STEGMAN, 12, Boom-street.

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Mr. W.F. HEIDEMAN begs to apologize to those numerous Friends and Acquaintance, that the short time he had for arranging Affairs previous to his leaving the colony for a few Months, prevented him taking leave of, and at the same time offers his thanks for all favors, and kind attentions he has experienced.
Cape Town, 30th April, 1828.

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KOP VAN GROENERIVIER
Situated between Groenekloof and Dassenberg.
FOR SALE, the above Place, in extent 141 Morgen and 10 square Roods, perpetual Quit-rent land, planted with 30,000 Vines and 150 Fruit Trees of various Sorts ; has excellent Garden Ground, Arable Land for slowing 20 Muids of Wheat, Barley, and Oats and a constant supply of water. Likewise for Sale, a Brandy still, a hand-mill, two Waggons, 30 Head of Breeding Cattle and Oxen, Fustage, and different other Articles. – Part of the Purchase Money may remain upon interest, on giving good security.
Jacob AUSSEIFFER.

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All Persons having any claims on the Estate of the late Mrs. Magdalena LEROEX, are requested to send them in with proper Vouchers, to the first Subscriber, in Wale-street, within three months subsequent to this date ; and those standing indebted to the same, are desired to liquidate their accounts within the same period.
G.J. JACOBSEN.
G.J. HEYDENRYK.
G.H. MEYER.
Cape Town, 7th May, 1828.

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SALE OF EXTRA FAT CATTLE.
The Undersigned will cause to be sold by Public Auction, at the Place of Mr. J.UYS, Sen. At Pampoenkraal, on Monday the 2d June next, 300 head of very fat Cattle, to wit: - 150 trained and untrained Draught Oxen, and 15o Slaughter Oxen.
J.L. SMITS.
Graaff-Reinet, 24th April, 1828.

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DIED on the 4th instant, Mr. Hermanus Barend KEYTEL, aged 64 years 5 months and 24 days, much regretted. Notice thereof is hereby given to Relatives and Friends.
In the Name of all the Children.
P.W. KEYTEL.

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DIED, on Monday Evening, at a quarter past six o’clock, Mr. Frans. HOOGER, from Hamburgh, aged 72 years 9 months and 1 day, - sincerely regretted.
Cape Town, 8th My, 1828. Widow P. LANGERAADT.

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The Undersigned have to perform the painful duty of acquainting Relations and Friends, that their respected Mother, Mrs. the Widow G. ROSSEAU, (born De NECKER,) departed this life, in Cape Town, on the 5th instant, aged 69 years 11 months and 14 days.
G. ROUSSEAU.
P. ROUSSEAU.
Cape Town, 6th May, 1828

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DEATH. – At Port Frances, on the 9th February, 1828, Mr. GEORGE HUMPHREY’S, Late Quarter-Master of the Cape Corps, aged 44 Years.

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BUREAU VAN DEN BALJUW,
Kaapstad den 8 Mei, 1828.
In Executie van de Gewysdens van het Hooge Gregtshof in die ondergemelde Zaken, zullen de volgende Verkoopings word gehouden:-

John CANNON versus David ODDY.
Op Dingsdag den 13 Mei, aan het Huis van den Verweerder, No 4, Keizersgracht, Kaapstad, vas Huismeubelen van differente soorten, Zilver- en Plettywerk, Koekengreedschap, enz.
Willem Fredrik MULLER versus Dorothea BECKER, Weduwe Carel Fredrik HERRER.
Op Vrydag den 16 Mei, op de Plaats Keureboom, gelegen aan het Rondeboschje, in het Kaapsch Distrikt, van de Slaven Pharao en Slataie VAN MOSAMBIEK, Philip VAN MALLABAAR, Rache en Rubyn van deze Kolonie ; alsmede Huismeubelen van differente soorten, enz.

Peter Donald HOHNE versus Hendrik Emanuel BLANCKENBERG, Sen.
Op Dingsdag den 20 Mei, aan het Pakhuis annex No. 8, Let. B. Pleinstraat, van de Slavin Louisa VAN MOSAMBIEK, en For a, Tima, Samuel, en Abdo, alle van dieze Kolonie.

Phlip RENS versus Jacobus COETZEE, Dirkz.
Op Diingsdag morgen den 20 Mei, aan het Pakhuis annex No. 8, Let. B. Pleinstraat, van die Slavin Els, met hare twee Kinderen Paul en Rosa ; alsmede twee Ossenwagens en 10 Paarden.
Ten zelven dage, op de Stads Markt, van 36 Ossen.

Alberthus Philipps HIEBNER versus Lodewyk August STOFFBERG.
Op Dingsdag den 13 Mei ten 9 ure ‘s voormiddags, te Stellenbosch, vooaan het Kantoor vna de Ajunkt Baljuw aldaar, van de Slaven Onverwacht en Carolus VAN MOSAMBIEK, Jeanette van deze Kolonie met hare twee Kinderen Joseph en Siena ; alsmede een Kar, een Wagen, Huismeubelen enz.

Albertus Philippus HIEBNER versus Jacob GRYFFENBERG.
Op Maandag den 19 Mei, op bovengemelde Plaats, van Huismeubelen van differente soorten, enne oude Kar, twee Paardne, enz.

Andries BRINK, Dz. versus Johannes Marthinus DE KOCK.
Ten zelven dage en plaatse, van de Slaven Dolly van deze Kolonie, en Pedro VAN MADAGASCAR ; alsmede Huismeubelen van differente soorten, enz.

Fredrik Simon WATERMEYER, versus Daniel Johannes DE VILLIERS, P.Fz.
Op Maandag den 19 Mei, ten 9 ure ‘s voormiddags, te Stellenbosch, vooraan het Kantoor van den Adjunkt Baljuw aldaar, van de Slaven Cordon en Aurora van deze Kolonie ; alsmede Huismeubelen van differente soorten, enn open Paardenwagen, twee Rysperden, 12 Ossen, enz.

Weduwe Ryk LE SUEUR, versus Marthinus VERSFELDT, Sen.
Op Maandage den 19 Mei, ten 9 ure ‘s voormiddags, te Stellenbosch, vooraan het Kantoor van den Adjunkt Baljuw aldaar, van den Slaaf April van deze Kolonie : alsmede een groote Kist.

Abraham DE SMIDT, versus de Weduwe Marthinus VAN NIEKERK, Mz.
Ten zelven dage en plaatse, van Huismeubelen van differente soorten.

Ernst DU TOIT, qq van wylen Andires Bernardus DU TOIT, Senior, versus Jan DE VILLIERS, Isaakz.
Op Dingsdag den 20 Mei, ten 9 ure ‘s voormiddags ter Plaatse van den Verweerder, te Klein Drakenstain, District Stellenbosch, van Huismeubelen van differente soorten, Zilverwerk, twee open Ossenwagens, een Paardenwagen, een span van acht Paarden met Tuigen, kompleet, 36 Ossen, 60 Leggers Wyn, 10 Stukvaten, 3 groote Wynvaten, 4 twee-legger Vaten, enz.

Charles Francois MARAIS qq de Weduwe Jan DU PLESSIS versus Andries Jacobus BURGER.
Ten zelven dage, voormiddags ter Plaatse van den Verweerder, te Klein Drakenstain, District Stellenbosch, van 4 Leggers Pontakwyn, 46 Leggers ordinaire Wyn, 2 nieuwe zes-legger Stukvaten, eenige ordinaire Leggers en ander Vatwerk, een open Ossenwagen, een Paarden Tent-wagen, enz.

Willem LIESCHING, versus D. G. VAN RENEN, Sen. en anderen.
Andries BRINK, Dz. versus D. G. VAN RENEN, Sen. en een ander.
De Weduwe Ryk LE SUEUR versus D. G. VAN RENEN, Sen. en een ander.
Op Dingsdag den 3 Juny aanstaande, op de Plaats Rhenosterfontein, Distrikt Swellendam, van Paarden, Vee, Spaansche Schapen, een opregte Engelsche Hengst, gen. Euryalus, een verbasterde dito, gen. Britannia, Huismeubelen van differente soorten, Koorn, Garst, drie Schuiten, Wagens, Smitsgereedschap enz.

Vensumeester te Swellendam, versus D VAN RENEN, Dz.
Ten zelven dage en plaatse, van Merries, jonge Paarden, Koeyen, enz.
J. C. MOL, qq M. J. BOTHA, versus Dirk Gysbert FRANKE.
Op Vrydag den 6 Juny aanstande, in het Dorp Swellendam, over het Huis van des Adjunkt Baljuw, van 40 basterd Engelsche Merries.
P. G. BRINK, Blajuw

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MARRIAGE
by special Licence, on Thursday, the 8th May, 1828, by the Rev. George HOUGH, M.A.
James BANCE, Esq. to Miss Catherine Sarah EBDEN.

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CHRISTENINGS
On Sunday, the 27th ult, by the Rev. Mr. ADAMSON, Minister of the Scottish Church.
A son of P. Macdougal, baptized William WESTBROOKE.

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DEATHS
May 5. Mrs. the Widow G. ROUSSEAU, aged 69 years.
Mr. Andrew MATHER, aged 33 years.
7. Jane, Widow of the late Job Guy GRAY, aged 68 years.

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GEDOOPT
Op Zondag den 4 Mei,
Eene Dochter van den Heer Adriaan LOUW, Az. met name Margaretah Jacoba.
Eene Dochter van Andries Albertus BRUINS, Jun. met name Johanna Roos Raryna.

OVERLEDEN
3 Mei. Magdalena LE ROEX, Weduwe Johannes Leonardus MACK, oud 56 jaren, 11 maanden en 21 dagen.
4. Een jong-geb. Zoon van Robert WILSON.
4. Johan Jacob MOMBERG, oud 45 jaren.
5. De Heer Andrew MATHER, oud 22 jaren.
7. Jufvr. Maria VAN DER SCHELDE, Weduwe wylen den Hr. Christiaan PAULSEN, oud 94 jaren, 5 maanden en 2 dagen.
7. Den Heer Barend Godfred BREDENKAMP, oud cirka 36 jaren.

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SHIPPING INTELIGENCE

ARRIVED IN TABLE BAY
May 7. Kerswell, G.E. ARMSTRONG, from the Downs 1st February, and Cowes 8th Feb. for this port. Cargo sundries, - Brings a large mail.
The Charles Jamieson sailed on the 1st. for the Cape.
7. Ionia, C.L. BUCK, from Sydney 19th Feb. for this Port, in ballast. – Put in for a Freight.
8. Sir Edward Paget. S. GEARY, from Calcutta 27th Feb. for London. Cargo general.
Passengers, Mesdames M’GREGOR, HUME, GRIMES, and TAYLOR ; Misses M’GREGOR, WOODLEY, and HUME; Col. M’GREGOR, C.B.H.M. 59th Regt; the Hon. W.H. Leslie MELVILLE, H.C.S. ; R. WILLIAMS, Esq. H.C.C.S. ; F. NEPEAN, Esq. H.C.C.S. ; Capt. R. CAMPBELL. H.M. 31st Regt. ; John HUME, Esq. Surgeon, H.M. 59th Regt.; Capt. LAWRENCE, 67th B.N.I. ; Lieut. MILLER, M.R.C.; - Augustus MESSORIER, Esq. Barrister at Law ; 3 Children, and 4 Servants. – Brings a Mail.
ARRIVED IN SIMON’S BAY
May 5. Meridian. J.KERR, from Sincapore 14th Jan. and Batavia 30th Jan. for Table Bay. Cargo sundries.- This Vessel has experienced heavy gales, and received damage.
5. Le Nantais, French ship. Mr. BRIDON, from Bourbon 3d April for Nantes. Cargo, Coffee and Sugar.
Passengers, Mrs. DEJEAN, Mr. and Mrs. DEJEAN, and one Child ; Mr. and Mrs. NEWLY ; Mr. Thomas DEJEAN, Mr. PARTER, Mr. C. BIDIER, and one Female Servant.
5. Numa. G. WADE, from Cork, 11th Feb. For New South Wales. Cargo Live Stock.
Passengers, Mr. W. WALKER and Servant ; and nine in the Steerage.

ARRIVED IN ALGOA BAY
April 30. George the fourth, Cutter, - M’LEOD, from Table Bay, the 26th April for this Port. Cargo sundries.
Passengers, Messrs. CHASE, AURET, and JARVIS.
The brig. Mary, - SIMPSON, left Sydney on the 15th Jan. in ballast. For the Isle of France and the Cape.

SAILED FROM ALGOA BAY
May 1. Bolivar, Eng. Brig, J.M. M’DONALD, for Table Bay and England.

 

FRIDAY MAY 16, 1828

WARNING. – As the Undersigned suffers considerable from the practise of driving Waggons over his Property, he hereby warns all Persons, in future not to ride over his Landed Property called Nieuwe Kalonie, as the passing on the road from Rietvallie-Drift to the Nieuwenmond along the Salt-pans, was prohibited by Proclamation, and the Proprietor suffers considerably from that practise.
N.B. Wanted, a steady Man who can take upon him the Superintendance of Lands, and drive a Bullock Waggon.
G.C. GREFFRATH.

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In den nacht van den 10 dezer, behaagde het den Almagtigen God van Leven en Dood, myne waarde Echtgenoot, Anna Aletta MULLER, door eenen sachten en zaligen dood, in zyne Eeuwige Heerlykheid op te roepen, in den ouderdom van 37 jaren en omtrent 7 maanden. Ik geef van dit zoo smartelyk verlies voor my en myne Kinderen, aan Nabestaanden en Vrienden kennis, met verzoek van rouwbeklag verschoond te blyven ; tevens betuig ik alle Vrienden en Vriendinnen hartelyk dank voor de welmeenende vriendschap en ondersteuning, gedurende hare ziekte bewezen.
Drakenstein den 13 Mai 1828
P. Marais

DIED at Drakenstein, in the night of the 10th instant, Mrs. Anna Aletta MULLER, wife of Mr. P. MARIAS, aged 37 years and 7 months, much regretted by her afflicted Husband and Children, and numerous Acquaintances.
Drakenstein, 13th May 1828.

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BEKENDMAKING.
Op den 5 dezer, behaagde het den Heer van Leven en Dood, by het doorwaden van de Du Toits-kloof Revier, tot zich ope te roepen, myn waarde en geliefde Zoon Casimier METZLER, in zyn voorm my zoo zeer nuttig leeftyd van 21 jaren. Ieder die de OVERLEDENe gekend heeft, zal myn smartelyk verlies bezeffen ; en van dezelve ten volle verzekerd, verzoek id van verdere rouwbeklage verschoond te worden.
De Weduwe METZLER.
Drowned, ON THE 5TH INST. IN CROSSING THE Du Toits –Kloof River, Mr. CASIMER METZLER, aged 21 years, much regretted by an affectionate Parent and numerous Friends.
Widow METZLER.

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GETROUWD,
in de Nederduitsche Hervormde Kerk,  Op Maandag den 11 Mei
De Heer Sybrand Jacobus VAN DER SPUY, Sz. met Jonge Jufvr. Elizabeth Aletta LOUW.

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GEDOOPT.
Een Zoon van John SMITH, met name Francis.
Een Zoon van Johanna Hendrica WEDEL, met name Edward Johan.
Eene Dochter van den Hr. Johan Fredrik PENTZ, met name Elizabeth Maria.
Eene Dochter van wylen Johan Jacob MOMBERG, met name Sara Johanna Paulina.
Op Zondag den 11 Mei, in de Luthersche Kerk.
Een Zoon van den Heer Abraham AURET, met name Egidius Benedictus.
Een Zoon van den Heer Fredrik Stephanus WATERMEYER, met name Fredrik Stephanus.

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CHRISTENINGS
In the English Church, Cape Town, on Sunday, 11th May, 1828, by the Rev. G. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain.
A Daughter of Hugh George CHRISTIAN, Esq. H.E.I. co.’s Bengal Civil Service, baptized Emma Maria.
A Son of Robert DYASON, baptized James.
A Son of William BLACK, baptized Charles.
A Son of John SANDERS, baptized John,
A Son of William WHILEY, baptized Henry Ellard.
A son of Richard ATTWELL, baptized Richard James.
On Wednesday 14th by ditto.
A Daughter of H. CLOETE, Esq. Advocate, baptized Helen Jemima.
A Daughter of ditto, baptized Charlotte Sophia.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVED IN TABLE BAY
May 9. Bolivar, J. M’DONALD, from Algoa Bay 2d May, for this Port. Cargo Colonial Produce.
Passengers, Messrs. BUTLER and Van REENEN.
9. Kate, schooner, D. WATT, from the Mautitius, 14th April, for this Port. Cargo sundries.
Passengers, Messrs. STONE, MAHONY, and MORTON ; and a native boy. – Brings a Mail. Spoke the Orient, from Calcutta, bound to London, on the 5th instant.
9. Fame, R. BULLEN. From the downs 23d Feb. bound to Madras and Calcutta. Cargo general.
Passengers, Messrs CHANNER and NEWTON. – Put in for Water and Refreshments.- Spoke on the Line, the ship Eliza from Mauritius to London.
13. H.M.S. Herald, G.N.C. ASTLEY, Esq. from Simon’s Bay 11th May, to embark the Early and Countess of AMHERST, and Suit, for England.
14. George, cutter, S. DRURY, from Saldanha Bay 14th May, for this Port, with Grain.

SAILED FROM TABLE BAY.
May 11. John B. FREEMAN, for London.
Olive Branch, J. ANDERSON, for London.
12. Fame, R. BULLEN, for Madras and Calcutta.

ARRIVED IN SIMON’S BAY
May 9. H.M.S. Undaunted, Capt. A.W.J. CLIFFORD, C.B. from Plymouth 9th Feb. Teneriffe 27th Feb. and Rio de Janeiro 15th April, bound to India.
Passengers, Lord Wm. BENTINCK, Governor General of India, and Lady ; and suit – Capt. FRAZER, Mr. DOBBIN, and 4 Servants ; Lieut. GORDON, R.N. to join the Java ; and A. HALL, Esq. Cadet.

SAILED FROM SIMON’S BAY.
May 11. H.M.S. Tweed, Lord CHURCHILL, for Mauritius.
H.M. Schooner, Hasty, J. COAKER, for ditto.
H.M.S. Herald, G.N.C. ASTLEY, for Table Bay.
Numa, G. WADE, for New South Wales.
12. Meridian, J. KERR, for Table Bay.
13. H.M.S. Owen Glendower, H.H. CHRISTIAN for England.

 



FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1828

GEDOOPT,
In de Nederduitsche Hervormde Kerk, op Zondag den 18 Mei
Een Zoon van Jacobus Johannes SPENGLER, met name Fredrik Welhelm.
Op Zondag den 18 Mei, in de Luthersche Kerk.
Een Zoon van den Heer T. F. DREYER, Tz. met name Fredrik Wilhelm.

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OVERLEDEN.
17 Mei, Eene Dochter van wyl. Den Hr. Jacobus VAN REENEN, Janz. met name Maria Elisabeth oud 10 jaren en 8 maanden.

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MARRIAGE.
On board H.M.S. Maidstone, on Sunday the 18th inst. By the Rev. J.FRY, Chaplain:
Mr. Thomas BEST, Gunner of H.M.S. Helicon, to Miss Elizabeth BATHIE, daughter of Mr. John BATHIE, Gunner of H.M.S. Maidstone.

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CHRISTENING.
In the English Church, Cape Town, on Sunday 18th May, 1828, by the Rev. G. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain.
A Son of Richard VIPPOND, baptized Richard John.

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DEATH.
May 20. Mr. Joseph INCE, aged 55 years.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVED IN TABLE BAY.
May 17. Ada, H. COCK, from Bristol 22d Feb. for this Port. Cargo sundries. – Brings a mail.
Spoke the General Palmer, bound to Madras, off the Cape de Verds ; and yesterday, spoke the brig. Ripley, from Calcutta, bound to London.
20. Harlequin, T. OMAY, from the Downs 17th Feb. for this Port and Bombay. Cargo sundries. – Brings a small Mail.- Spoke the Royal George, 37 days from the Isle of France, off the Cape.

SAILED FROM TABLE BAY.
May 18. St. Helena Schooner, R.L. HARRISON, for St. Helena.
- H.M.S. Herald, G.N.C. ASTLEY, Esq. with the Earl and Countess AMHERST, and Suit, for London.
- Willem, Dutch brig. M. SCHAAP, for Batavia.

SAILED FROM SIMON’S BAY.
May 15. Cleopatra, J. YOUNG, for New South Wales.
16. H.M.S. Undaunted Capt. A.W.J. CLIFFORD, C.B. for India, with Lord Lord Wm. BENTINCK, Governor General of India, and Lady, and Suit.
During the late severe weather experienced on the coast, the brig. Meridian, Capt. KERR was totally lost near Cape Hanglip, on Sunday last, the 19th inst. – Crew, and part Cargo, saved.

 

 

FRIDAY, MAY 30 1828

JUST landed, and for Sale, a Batch of very superior Taunton Ale, in Casks of 10 Dozen earch.
G. LUCK. No.1 Long-market-street.

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FOR SALE, on Moderate Terms, at ROBt. MUTER’s, 321/2 Plein-street, and excellent half-pannel INDIA BUGGY, nearly new, with Harness; a handsome TILBURY, with pole, to run as Curricle if required and Curricle Harness, with Bar complete ; also a full-pannel BUGGY, with HARNESS.

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All Persons having any Claims or Demands against the Estate of the late Maria van der SCHELDE. Widow of Christiaan PAULSEN, either on account of Bonds, Book-debts, Deeds of Security, or otherwise, are hereby requested to send them in, with three months from this date, to the Office of the attorney and notary J.P. de WET, No. 32, Berg-street.
C. MATTHIESSEN, J.C. LEHMAN. Testamentary Executors.
Cape Town, 22d May, 1828

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At the Sale to be held AT THE House of the late Mr. ANHUTSER, on the 2nd June next, will be sold on account of the late Mrs. MARIA JOHANNA COETZEE, the whole of her Effects ; likewise, a Slave Bay, being a Tailor, and two Female Slaves, all Natives of this Colony. – By Virtue of a Clause in the Will of the Deceased, eight months were allowed to these Slaves for the purpose of purchasing their freedom ; but as they have not availed themselves to the opportunity, they will now be sold without any further conditions.

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To be Sold, (the Property of a Gentleman leaving the Colony,) a very neat, light, full-bodied GIG ; has been used for a few Months, and built at Calcutta to order, has Hood, Apron, Lamps, and Harness : may be seen at Mr. DIXON & Co’s Livery Stables.

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The Undersigned hereby warns all Persons not to hunt or shoot upon his Places, Jan Zwarts-vallei and Klipberg, situate at Groenekloof, to prevent disagreeable consequences.
JACOBUS BLANKENBERG.
Tygerberg, 28th May, 1828

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PUBLIC SALE, at the Place of MR. G. A. WILTERS, at Tygerberg, of 2,000 very fat Wethers, on account of Mr. H.J. HENDRIKS. – The Day of the Sale will be made known hereafter.
A.M. MEIRING. Licensed Auctioneer.

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PUBLIC SALE, on Monday the 2nd June next, at the Place of Mr. G. A. WILTERS, at Tygerberg, on account of Mr. H.J. HENDRIKS, of 100 head of Black Cattle, consisting in Draught and slaughter Oxen and Cows, all in good condition, and well worthy the attention of Butchers and others.
A.M. MEIRING, Licensed Auctioneer.
Paarl, 29th May, 1828.

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FOUND, at Pampoen Kraal, a brown Stallion, with dirty white hind feet and mane, a short white tail, and a white mark on each side of the Back, and white face ; also three white spots on his neck, close to the jaw-bone ; if not owned in a week, will be sent to the Pound.- Inquire at 22 Hont-street, Cape Town.

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DEATH. – Departed this Life, on the 23d May, Mrs. Clarissa ROESCH, Widow of the late Mr. Fred. ROESCH, aged 42 years.

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DIED, suddenly, on the 23d May, Mr. J.F. GILOWY, aged 62 years, 7 months and 10 days ; notice thereof is hereby given to relatives and Friends, by
JOHANNA JACOBA LUYT. Widow of J.F. GILOWY.

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DIED, after a lingering illness, on the 29th instant, our dearly beloved Mother, Mrs. S.M. LAUBSCHER, Widow of the late Mr. J. LOUW, J.Ps aged 82 years, 11 months, and 11 days ; of which severe loss notice is hereby given to Friends and Relatives.
In the name of the children.
R.R. LOUW.
Cape Town, 30th May, 1828

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Yzerwinkel, No. 3, Gravestraat.
BERIGT – De Ondergeteekende heeft Heden als Deelgenoot in zyn Etablissement aangenomen de Heer W. HEYWARD, zullende dus voortaan alles worden verrigt onder de Forma van DURHAM & Co.
E. DURHAM.
Kaapstad 23 Maart 1828.

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ADVERTENTIE.
De Ondergetekenden nemen de vryheid hunne Vrienden en het Publiek op de Grenzen te verwittigen, dat zy den 15 Juny aanstaande eenen Winkel te Grahams-stad zullen openen, alwaar de genen die de Heer DURHAM tot hiertoe met derzelver gunsten heben vereerd, met allerlei Yzerwerk zullen worden bediend, op dezelfde voorwaarden als in zyn Etablissement in de Kaapstad, met byvoeging van de gewone Vracht en andere toevallige kosten.
DURHAM & Co.
Kaapstad 2 Mei 1828.

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BERIGT. Die Ondergeteekende voornemens zynede de Kolonie te verlaten, verzoekt dat alle vorderingen tegen hom, op of voor den 15 Juny aanst. Om betaling ingezonden worden, aan zyn Etablissement No. 3, Gravestraat ; en neemt tevens deze gelegenheid allsn en een iegelyk te verzoeken om derzelve Rekeningen, welke reeds lang verschenen zyn, te komen vereffenen, daar hy uitdrukkelyke last gegeven heeft de nalatigen in regten te vervolgen.
E. DUHAM
Kaapstad 29 Mei, 1828.

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YSBERGEN.
Myn Heer, Ik verzoek die insertie van nevensgaand Extract uit eenen Brief van het Gouvernement te St. Helena aan my gerigt, als het middel om de uitgestrektste publiciteit te geven aan een zoo zonderlinge omstandigheid.
Ik heb de eer te zyn, enz.
W. HAWKINS, Agent der Ed. O. I. Compagnie.
Kaapstad 26 Mei 1828.
Daar de Gouverneur en Rade het aanbelang oordeelt, tot veiligheid van de Scheepsvaart in het algemeen ; ben ik gelast geworden UEd. Bekend te maken med de zedszame omstandigheid van het zien eener groep Ysbergen, van boord van het Fransche Ship Harmonie, op den 7 dezer, op 35 gr. 54 m. Z. Breedte, en 16 gr. 2 m. O. Lengte, (waarschynlyk van de Meridiaan van Parys) tot eene uitgestrektheid van tusschen 70 en 80 mylen. De Kapitein meldt, sommige daarvan ter lengte van eenen Kabel gepasseerd te hebben. Een kwam hem voor 600 voeten boven de oppervlakte der Zee te zyn geweest. Ik heb de eer tes zyn, Myn Heer,
UEd. Zeer onderdanige Dienaar,
Charles BLAKE, Fung. Sec.
St Helena 26 April 1828.

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ALL Persons, having any claims against the following Estates administered by the Orphan Chamber :-
On the late:
Hendrik Johannes NIEWENHUYS, and his surviving Widow Catharina Elizabeth SWANEPOEL.
Hottentot MAGERMAN,
Johannes Andries TRUTER, jun. and surviving Widow Johanna Hillegonda DE JONG van Roodenburgh,
Pieter DIEMEL,
Sanna of the Cape,
Daniel of do.
John SOEKER,
Of Johannes Petrus Jacobus PRETORIUS, and his deceased Wife Maria Johanna STRAUS.
Of the late Hendrik Wm. MEYER, and surviving Widow Johanna van der BERG.
Of Johan David GRIESEL, and deceased Wife Dorothea Regina van EEDEN.
Of the late Isaac Owen JAMES, alias John JAMES.
Stephen Smith,
Of Petrus Wilhelmus OOSTHUYZEN, and deceased Wife Johanna Wilhelmina SNYMAN.
Are hereby requested to forward them with proper Vouchers to the orphan Chamber within the terms 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 with the aforesaid period, on pain of prosecution by law.
Orphan chamber, Cape pf Good Hope, 28th May, 1828.
(signed) J.J.L. SMUTS, Secretary.

 



FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1828

CHRISTIAAN And. VAN DEN BURG, q.q. Hendrik TEUBES, versus ROBERT TAYLOR WILDE.,
On Wednesday, the 18th June, 1828, at the Defendant’s house, Roeland-street, of a quantity of Plaster of Paris, 69 Teak-wood Beams, two large doors, &c.&c.&c.
P.G. BRINK, High Sheriff.

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To be Sold by Public Auction, by Order of the board of Orphan Masters, on Monday the 9th instant, at the House of Thoms. Read WELCH, No. 61, Loo-street, the Effects of the late Johannes Andries TRUTER, and surviving Widow Johanna Hillegonda de Jong van ROUDENBURGH ; CONSISTING IN House hold furniture, valuable Books, two Globes, a Coach and Harness ;

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NOTICE is hereby given to relatives and Friends, that Dr. Carel August BECKER, departed this Life on Saturday, 24th Instant, at 11 o’Clock, p.m. aged 58 years.
A.N. WASSENAAR, W.N. VOS, Testamentary Executors.
Tulbagh, 28th May, 1828

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NOTICE is hereby given to Relatives and Friends, that Mrs. Christina HEYMERIKS, Widow of the late Mr. Anthony KRYNAUW, departed this Life on Wednesday Morning, at 11 o’Clock, after a lingering illness, aged 64 years, 1 month and 29 days.
A. BRINK, Cs. q.q.

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GETROUWD
in de Nederduitsche Hervormde Kerk,
op Zondag den 25 Mei.
Hermanus DE GOEDE, Wesuwenaar, met Martha BESTBIER, Wed. wylen Nicolaas DEMPERS.

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GEDOOPT.
Een Zoon van Johannes Andries BAM, met name Hendrik Arnoldus.
Een Zoon van Jacob TERHAN, met name Willem Fredrik.
Een Zoon van Willem KARSTEL, met name Gabriel Christiaan.
Eene Dochter van den Heer Jacob SCHULTZ, met name Hester Petronella Elisabeth.
Eene Dochter van den Heer Rudolph CLOETE, met name Cornelia Arnoldina.
Eene Dochter van Stephen ROBERTS, met name Yda Elisabeth.
Eene Dochter van Pieter Jacobus MULLER, met name Johanna Hendrica.

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DEATHS.
May 30. Martha MILLS, aged 45 years.
31. John Frederick DREYER, aged 30 years.
June 5. Susannah, widow of the late Thomas BOTTOM, aged 38 years.
Jacobus Alexander THESEN, Esq. Lieut. (half pay) in H.M. 21st Lt. Dragoons, aged 49 years and 3 months who will be buried on Saturday Afternoon, at 4 o’Clock, by Military honors.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVED IN TABLE BAY.
June 2. Coatham, English brig, J. DURWARD, Master, from Bourdeaux 6th March, for this Port and
Mauritius, Cargo, Wines and Brandies.-
Passengers, Messrs. BENAZECH, REY, AND ANDEBERT. - No letters.
2. Hebe, do. Brig, S. RICHMOND, master from the downs 2d March, for this Port. Cargo Sundries.
Passengers, Mrs. BARRET, and 2 Children. Brings a Mail, and likewise the Mail of the Charles Jamieson, which vessel was wrecked the 12th March, on the Island of St. Jago. Crew and Passengers saved, and have gone to Rio de Janeiro.
3. Coventry, Eng. Brig. S. PURDIE, Master from St. Helena 16th May, in ballast for this Port.
Passengers, Mr. GORDON.
Put in for Freight.
3. Victory, Eng. Ship, C. FARQUHARSON, Master from Portsmouth 2d April, for Madras and Calcutta. – Cargo Sundries.
Passengers, Mesdms. FARQUHARSON, HAWKINS, RUSSELL, HARRINTON, and SAVARY ; Misses PIGGOT, and M’LEOD ; Captain WELSHED, H.C.S. ; Messrs. SAVARY, COLVIN, PARKER, LA TONCHE, FRENCH. HALLET, LONIS, BAKER, VAUGHAN, COLLINSON, DOVE, COOPER, HAMPTON, ROGERS, GLASSCOCK, POCKLINGTON, FERRIS, WALKER, BENNETT, and SINGER, 7 Servants, and 6 Men of the 11th Dragoons. – A few loose letters.

ARRIVED IN SIMON’S BAY
June 1. Speke, R. HARRISON, from Penang 8th March, bound to London. Cargo Pepper, &c.
Passengers, Misses H. BUNBURY and INCE, and Mrs. HARRISON.
3. Thorne, Wm. JOHNSTONE, from London 22d Feb. bound to Bombay. Cargo sundries.
Passengers, T. M’KENZIE, and Alfred BROMIEET, Esqrs.

ARRIVED IN PORT ELIZABETH
May 29. Duke of Bedford, (800 tons,) John MERRIS, Esq. Commander, from Bombay 6th March, bound to England. Cargo Cotton, - Put in for Supplies. Brings a few loose Letters.
Passengers, - Mrs. Col. BOLES, Miss BOLES. Mrs. Major HODGSON, Major STEPHENSON, Miss Jane O’FLAHERTY ; Col. BOLES, 48th Regt. N.M.I. ; Major NOBLE, B.N.I. died at sea ; Major G.A. RIGLEY, 10th B.N.I. ; Dr. PATON, Garrison Surgeon, Surat ; Dr. SCHEUNIMAN, M.N.I. ; Capt. John Wallace, 46th M.N.I. ; Capt. W.C. Illingworth, 2nd B. Lt. Cavalry ; Capt. Ch. NEWPORT, 23rd B.N.I. ; Lieut. HILL, H.M. 6th Regt. ; Ensign RAMSAY, B.E. Regt. Masters THOMAS, BOLES, John WALLACE and John O’FLAHERTY ; Miss Matilda HODGSON, Mrs. FITZGERALD and Child. Mrs. WILKINSON, and 110 Invalids, H.C. Service. – from Ceylon, Mrs. MAYOR and 7 Children, Mrs. WARD and 3 Children, the Rev. Mr. MAYOR, the Rev. Mr. WARD, Ensign Robt. BEEBY, H.M. 6th Regt. And Mrs. GREAVES.

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DAG- EN AVONDSCHOOL
Tot onderwys in de Nederduitshce en Engelsche Talen, zal geopened worden op den 1 July in de Walestraat No. 31.
Ik, en myne Vrouw, bedankt hebbende voor de Bediening van Binnen-Vader en Moeder in het Weeshuis, wordt hierdoor het Publiek kennis gegeven, dat ik continueren zal onderwys in de Nederlandshe Taal te geven. Alsmede eene School geopened tot onderwys in de Engelsche Taal, beide by dag en in den avond. Kinderen, dag en nacht, of in het middage-eten besteed, aangenomen.
Cornelis DE KOCK, Jun. Gepr. School Onderwyzer.
Jonte Jufvrouwen, enz. Kunnen als naar gewoonte onderwys ontvangen in alle soorten van Handwerken, in bovengemeld Huis, by de Jufvrowen MEYER.

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TE KOOP per publieke Vendutie, in de maand September aanstaande, de Plaats Liesbeek Cottage, met alle de losse Goederen daarop, behoorende aan Luit.-Kol. BIRD. Indien de Plaats niet per publieke Vendutie of uit de hand verkocht wordt, zal deselve voor eenen bepaalde tyd verhuurd worden. De bysonderheden zullen nader worden bekend gemaakt, en zyn intusschen te vernemen op de Plaats zelve, of per Brief.

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PUBLIEK VERKOOPING, ZONDER RESERVE.
Op Maandag den 16 dezer, zullen de Heeren P. W. KEYTEL, J. B. ZULCH, F. S. BERNING, en P. E. HAMMMES, als executeuren in den Boedel van wylen den Heer H. B. KEYTEL, per publieke Veiling, in de Breestraat No. 22 laten verkopen, de Nalatenschap van gem. KEYTEL, bestaande in Meubelen en Zilverwerk, Slaven en Slavinnen, waaronder Willem, metselaar ; Baadjoe, werkjongen ; Primo, dito ; Pamela, huismeid ; Rosalia, dito ; en Constantia, met hare twee Kinderen Dina, oud 6 en Christina, oud 4 jaren.
WOLFF & BARTMAN, Afslagers.
Den 5 Juny 1828.

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WEGGELOPEN, van de Stad Markt, op ll. Donderdag Morgen den 29 Mei, een blaauw-schimmel Paard met een kleine bles, met Zadel en Toom, toebehoorende aan den Vryzwart Abdol JAVA. Die hetzelve teregt brengt, of eenige aanwyzing kan doen, zal eene belooning genieten. Adress Loopstraat No. 65.
Kaapstad 3 Juny 1828.

 


 

FRIDAY, JUNE 13 1828

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

SAILED FROM TABLE BAY.
June 5. Victory, C. FARQUHARSON, for Madras and Calcutta.
6. Ionia, C.L. BUCK, for New South Wales.
7. Burong, W, LISTER, for Bourbon and Batavia.

ARRIVED IN SIMON’S BAY.
June 6. Minstrel, C. ARCOLL, from London 20th March, bound to Calcutta. Cargo Sundries,
Passengers, Messrs. FRAZER, GUTHRIE, WYLLIE, ROSS, CARTER, DAVIDSON, and WHITE, Cadets.
7. Exchange, John FOUZEL, from Bordeaux 3d March, for this Port. Cargo sundries,
Passengers, Eml. J. SUPENY, Esq.
8. Stentor, Eng. Transport, John FAIRWEATHER, from Plymouth, 8th Feb. bound to Ceylon with Troops – 152 men, 20 women, 31 children.
Passengers, Capts. JONES and CLAPMAN, Lieuts. WELLER, C. MEE, and F. ROGERS, J. LUCAS, Assistant Surgeon, all R.A. ; Major BIRCHAM, and Lieuts. POWELL and BLOND, Ceylon Regt.

SAILED FROM SIMON’S BAY
June 8. Thorne, - JOHNSTONE, for Bombay.

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ADDITIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS to the ENGLISH CHURCH, CAPE TOWN.
Donations. First
Instalment.
£. S. d. £. S. d.
J.T. BUCK………………………………………………………… 6 5 0
J. DAY…………………………………………………………….. 6 5 0
S. TWYCROSS…………………………………………………. 5 0 0
J. BLORE…………………………………………………………. 6 5 0
E. EAGER………………………………………………………… 5 0 0
L. COOKE………………………………………………………… 6 5 0
Mrs. FISHAT……………………………………………………. 6 5 0
Mr. M’CARTHY……………………………………………….. 10 0 0
G. TWYCROSS…………………………………………… 1 5 0
Major-General Sir Thos. REYNELL, K.C.B…………. 5 0 0
Mr. W. BRIDEKIRK…………………………………………… 5 0 0
G. GREIG………………………………………………….. 6 5 0
Major ROGERS………………………………………………… 2 10 0
Mr. W. ABERCROMBIE…………………………………….. 2 0 0
D.M. PERCEVAL………………………………………… 6 5 0
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Donations for an Organ.
Capt. J. FAIRFAX………………………………………………..5 5 0
Mrs. S. OLIVER…………………………………………………..2 0 0
J.W. CRAGG……………………………………………….1 0 0
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£ 8 5 0

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CHRISTENINGS
In the English Church, Cape Town, on Sunday 8th June, 1828, by the Rev. G. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain :
A Daughter of Mr. Thomas CURRY, baptized Cecilia.
A Son of Mr. Samuel DRURY, baptized John Thomas.

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DEATHS.
June 5. John BEAN, aged 20 years and 6 months.
8. Mary Ann, Wife of Charles BOUCHER, aged 30 years 1 m. 27 ds.
10. William Douglas, son of Alex. AITCHINSON, aged 5 y. 4 m. 5 d.

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GEDOOPT.
In de Nederduitsche Hervormde Kerk, op Zondag den 1 Juny.
Een Zoon van Johan Hendrik VOS, Hz. met name Johan Nicolaas.
Een Zoon van Jan Aykes OOSTENDORP, met name Abraham Francois.
Een Zoon van Ryk Christiaan VAN GEEMS, met name Willem Hendrik.
Eene Dochter van den Heer Willem Anne JANSSENS DE SMIDT, met name Sara Maria.
Eene Dochter van Adriaan Hermanus LEEUWENDAAL, met name Charlotta Maria.
Eene Dochter van Leentje VAN DE KAAP, met name Maria Francina.
Op Zondag den 8 Juny
Een Zoon van den Heer Jan Daniel OVERBEEK, met name Josias Godlieb.
Een Zoon van van den Heer Pieter VAN BREDA, met name Jan Carel.
Een Zoon van Johan Valentyn ANHUYSER, met name Johan Valentyn.
In de Luthersche Kerk, op Zondag den 25 Mei.
Een Zoon van Willem Petrus VOGES, met name Johan Fredrik Willem.
Eene Dochter van den Heer Gysbert Jan Carel REITZ, met name Johanna Catharina Hendrina.
Op Zondag den 1 Juny.
Een Zoon van Johannes VAN DEN EYKEL, met name Johannes Jacobus.

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OVERLEDEN.
Mei 31 – Een Jonggeb. Zoon van den Heer Fredrik Herculaas TRUTER.
Juny 1 – De Heer Christoffel Jacobus KIRCHMANN, oud 62 jaren, 4 maanden en 10 dagen.
4. Jufvrouw Christina HEYMERIKS, Weduwe wylen den Heer Anthony KRYNAUW, oud 64 jaren en cirka 2 maanden.
9. Jufvr. Susanna Wilhelmina LAUBSCHER, Huisvrouw van den Heer Fredrik Herculaas TRUTER, oud 40 jaren 10 maanden en 11 dagen.

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PUBLIC SALE WITHOUT RESERVE.
On Monday, the 16th inst. Messrs. P.W. KEYTEL, J.B. ZULCH, F.S. BERNING, and P.E. HAMMES, as Executors to the Estate of the late Mr. H.B. KEYTEL, will cause to be Sold by public Auction at No. 22 Bree-street, the Effects of the Deceased, consisting in Plate, Furniture, and the following male and Female Slaves, viz : WILLLEM, MASON; BAATJOE, labourer ; PRIMO, ditto ; PAMELA, housemaid ; ROSALIE, ditto ; and CONSTANTIA, with her two Children, DINA 6 years, and CHRISTINA, 4 years old. WOLFF & BARTMAN, Auctioneers.

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Messrs. O.J. TRUTER and P.J. MOSTERT, (duly authorised thereto,) will cause to be Sold by public Auction, at Cape Town, on Monday, the 16th instant, eight excellent Male and Female Slaves, and a covered Waggon with eight Horses.
The Sale will be held at No. 5 Keizersgracht. – A Credit of three Months will be allowed, on giving approval Acceptances for the amount.
WOLFF & BARTMAN, Auctioneers.

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The Executors to the Estate of the late Mrs. Catharine Hendrina DE WAAL, Widow of B.J. DU PLESSIS, intend to sell by Public Auction, on the 20th instant, the Effects of the Deceased, consisting in a house and Erf, situated in the north division of the Paarl Village, planted with Vines and Fruit Trees of various descriptions ; Likewise, a few Leaguers of Wine, Fustage, furniture, and slaves. – Part of the Purchase-Monies may remain at Interest, on giving approved Security. All Persons having any claims or Demands against above Estate, are desired to send them in within six Weeks from this Date.
J.J. du PLESSIS, Ik. J. du PLESSIS,  Executors.
Paarl, 3d June, 1828

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LOST, A Gold Brooch, with Hair, set with two Stones on each side ; upon the plate of each a Name is engraven. Whoever has found the same, and will return it to No. 24, Loop street, shall be handsomely rewarded.

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The Undersigned, Executors to the Estate of the Late Mrs. Anna Susanna JOUBERT, hereby call upon all Persons, who have any Claims or Demands against, or are indebted to, the said Estate, to communicate the same to them, within 3 months subsequent to this date. P.G. JOUBERT.
G. J. JOUBERT.
Groenberg, 4th June, 1828.

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To be sold by Public Auction, on Friday, the 20th instant, at 11 o’Clock, the house and Premises, No. 10 Roeland-street, corner of Neumeister-steeg. The same are, in the mean time for private Sale. For Particulars, inquire of
H.A. LUNING, q.q. No. 3, Roeland-street.

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On the 5th instant, departed this life my beloved Husband Johan Ludwig Ernst LINDEMAN, aged 67 years, 9 months, and 20 days, of which I hereby give notice to Friends and Family.
M.M.C. LINDEMAN, born KESSER.
Cape Town, 13th June, 1828.

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WINE Merchants and others are hereby informed, that the Cooperage, formerly conducted by the late L. LINDEMAN, will henceforth be continued by the Undersigned.
L. & G. LINDEMAN.
Cape Town, 12th June, 1828.

 



FRIDAY, JUNE 20TH, 1828

GOVERNMENT ADVERTISMENT.
His Honor the Lieutenant-Governor has been please to appoint the under-named Gentlemen, to be Justices of the Peace, in the several Districts of this Colony :

P.B. BORCHERDS, Esq. for Cape Town and the Cape district.
W.M. MACKAY, Esq. for the Cape District
H. CLOETE, H. Son, Esq. for the Cape District
J.P. SERRURIER, Esq. for the residency of Simon’s Town
J. OSMOND, Esq. for the residency of Simon’s Town
D.J. van RYNEVELD, Esq. for the District of Stellenbosch
A. FAURE, Esq. LL.D. for the District of Stellenbosch
H. RIVERS, Esq. Do. Swellendam
C.M. LIND, Esq. Do. Swellendam
J.J. TESSELAAR, Esq. Do. Swellendam
C. TRAPPES, Esq. Do. Worcester
J.J. Le SUEUR, Esq. Do. Worcester
J. van RYNEVELD, Esq. Do. Worcester
J.C. WINTERBACH, Esq. Do. Worcester
W.C. van RYNEVELD, Esq. Do. Graaff-Reinet
E. BERGH, Esq. Do. Graaff-Reinet
W.W. HARDING, Esq. Do. Graaff-Reinet
J.W. van der RIET, Esq. Do. Uitenhage
J.G. CUYLER, Esq. Do. Uitenhage
J.G. ASPELING, Esq. Do. Uitenhage
J.W. van der RIET, Esq. Do. George
W.A. WENTZEL, Esq. Do. George
R.C. HARKER, Esq. Do. George
W.B. DUNDAS, Esq. Do. Albany
Thomas LAWSON, Esq. Do. Albany
Walter CURRIE, Esq. Do. Albany
Thomas PHILIPPS, Esq. Do. Albany
W.B. DUNDAS, Esq. Do. Somerset
R. HART, Esq. Do. Somerset
J.J. MARAIS, Esq. Do. Somerset
J.J. MEINT Do. Somerset

Cape of Good Hope, 19th, 1828.
By Command of his Honor the Lieutenant-Governor,
(Signed) JOHN BELL,
Acting Secretary to Government.

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NOTICE to Butchers and Farmers.
ABOUT three hundred fat Oxen, and two hundred trained ditto, are expected to arrive in the vicinity of Cape Town, at the end of this month, which will be sold by public Auction. – The Days and Place of Sale, will be made-known in a future Advertisement.
EDWARD FLAHERTY.
Cape Town, June, 1828.

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THE undersigned, Executors of the late Widow J. LOUW, J.Ps. intend to expose to Public Sale, on Friday and Saturday, the 4th and 5th July next, the whole of the Effects of the Deceased, consisting in a House and Premises, together with a house adjoining, situated on the Looyer’s-plein ; likewise, household furniture, Plate, Glass, and Earthenware, 18 Slaves, among whom are clever workmen and Housemaids.
J.R. LOUW, R.A. ZEEDERBERG, Executors
Cape Town, 18th June, 1828.

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ALL. Persons having any Claims against, or are indebted to the Estate of the late Widow LOUW, J.P.s. are hereby requested to give them in within the term of three months, subsequent to the date hereof, to the second Subscriber.
J.R. LOUW, R.A. ZEEDERBERG, Executors
Cape Town, 18th June, 1828.

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THE Undersigned begs leave to intimate to his Friends in the neighbourhood of Simon’s Town, and the Public in general, that having taken out a Licence as Auctioneer, he will hold his first Public Commission Sale, in Simon’s Town aforesaid on the 1st Day of July next.

J. SNELL, Licensed Auctioneer

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AT the Sale f the Effects of the late Widow KRYNAUW, will also be sold, a few Bags of Coffee and Sugar.

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Palmiet River, 17th June, 1828.
NOTICE. – The Undersigned, in his capacity of Attorney for Mr. G.W. PRINCE, of Cape town, is directed to give Public notice to all those Persons, who have purchased Goods from this Establishment, and for which they have not yet paid, (although several of their Bills and Accounts are many months over-due) that unless their Accounts be settled within a reasonable time from this Date, legal proceedings will be commenced against the whole of them, without any exception whatsoever, and continued without any accommodation, and with the utmost spirit the Law will admit of.
J.P. VALENTIN.

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DE Ondergetekende maakt aan zyne Vrienden en het Publiek bekend dat hy verhuisd is naar de Kortemarktstraat No. 21, annex het Pakhuis van den Hr. S. TWYCROSS.
H. J. LEIBBRANDT.

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DIED, on the 11th instant, Jan Hendrik SOESTMAN, aged 48 years and 13 days, - of which Notice is hereby given to Relatives and Friends.
A.C. BAM.
Widow of J.H. SOESTMAN.
11th June, 1828.

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DIED, on Saturday morning, the 14th inst. At half-past 4 o’Clock, after a happy Union of 34 years, my beloved Husband Kasje Claasen DEKENAH, born at Norden, in East Friesland, aged 67 years, 6 months, and 27 days ; notice of which severe loss to me and 6 children, is hereby given to Relatives and Friends.
M.C. KEPPLER.
Widow of K.C. DEKENAH.
Nieuwe Windmolen, 18 June, 1828.

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DIED, on Friday the 13th inst. H.E. BLANCKINBERG, Esq. aged 60 years and 5 months.

OVERLEDEN, op Vrydag den 13 Juny, de Heer H. E. BLANCKENBERG, in den ouderdom van 60 jaren en 5 maanden.

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TURF BERIGT.
De Zuid-Afrikaansch Turf Clug Lente Byeenkomst zal op Dingsdag den 30 September 1828 beginnen. De uitdagingen voor Sir J. CRADOCK’S Beker moeten ingezonden worden, aan de Steward gergt, op of voor den 30 Juny ; en die voor Lord Charles SOMERSET’s Gouden Beker, op of voor den 1 Augustus aanstaande.

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GETROUWD.
In de Nederduitsche Hervormde Kerk, op Zondag den 15 Juny,
Marthinus Samuel HUDSON, met Maria Geertruyda WAGENAAR.
Op Maandag den 16 Juny.
De Heer Lambert Johannes COLYN, met Jonge Jufvr. Mary Leonora BRUNT, eenigste Dochter van den OVERLEDENen Majoor BRUNT, 83ste Regt.

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GEDOOPT.
Den Zoon van Dirk DE JONGH, Jz. met name Johannes Jacobus Hubert.
Een Zoon van Andries Josephus HEYNS, met name Stephanus Hendrik.
Een Zoon van Franciscus Petrus SMIT, met name Johannes Augustinus Nederlandt.
Een Zoon van Christiaan Johannes DE CERFF, met name Daniel Wilhelm.
Eene Dochter van Leonard KOEVOET, met name Carolina Cornelia.
Eene Dochter van Bartholomeus CALMEYER, met name Wilhelmina Elizabeth.
Eene Dochter van Pieter LEEN, met name Carolina Hendrina.

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OVERLEDEN.
Juny 5, Eene Dochter van Mr. John CAIRNCROSS, met name Margaret, oud 1 maand en 6 dagen.
Juny 6, De Heer Hendrik Emanuel BLANKENBERG, oud 60 jaren, 4 maanden en 28 dagen.
Juny 7, Bargara HARTOG, Weduwe wylen Petrus Gerhardus WOLMERANS, oud 67 jaren.
Juny 8, De Wel-Ed. Heer Jan Hendrik FRONENFELDER, oud 63 jaren, 4 maanden en 22 dagen.
Juny 13, Mejufr. Anna Margareta DE WIT, oud 71 jaren en 6 maanden.
Juny 14, De Hr. K. C. DEKENAH, oud 67 jaren, 6 maanden en 27 dagen.
Dito, Eene Jong-geb. Dochter van L KARSTEN.
Juny 18, De Heer Adam Gabriel DE SMIDT, oud 32 jaren, 6 maanden en 7 dagen.

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MARRIAGES
In the English Church, Cape Town, on Monday the 16th June, 1828
by the Rev. G. HOUGH. M.A. Colonial Chaplain :
Charles LITTLEFIELD, to Betsy VINE.
In the Reformed Church, on Monday the 16th June,
Lambert Johannes COLYN, Esq. to Mss Mary Leonora BRUNT, only Daughter of the late Major BRUNT, H.M. 83d Regt.

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CHRISTENINGS
In the English Church, Cape Town, on Sunday 15th June, 1828
by the Rev. G. HOUGH. M.A. Colonial Chaplain :
A Daughter of William PRESTWICH , baptized Margaret.
A Son of Corporal John REEVES, H.M. 98th Regt. Baptized Henry.
A Son of Private J. SMITH, H.M. 98th Regt, baptized Charles William.
On Wednesday, the 18th instant, by ditto
A Daughter of Mr. Thomas Brownrigg WOOLLS, baptized Margaret.
On Sunday, the 1st June, 1828, in the Military chapel,
by the Rev. B.C. GOODISON, A.M. Chaplain to the Forces.
A Son of Charles PERKINS, Gunner, of the royal Artillery, baptized George.

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DEATHS
June 12th, A Daughter of Mr. John CAIRNCROSS, named Margaret, aged 1 month and 16 days.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

ARRIVED IN TABLE BAY
June 13. Henry, bark J. BUNNY, Master, from Portsmouth 30th March for this Port. Cargo sundries.
Passengers, Mrs. DOWSON, and Mrs. RUTHERFORD, Misses DEAN and Lawson, Messrs. RUTHERFORD, DICKSON, EBDEN, HAWKINS, two PARKHURSTS, & KELLY ; Mr. and Mrs. FELMALTER, and Mrs. STEWART. Brings a Mail. The William Parker sailed for days before.
14. Exchange, brig, J. FOUZEL, from Simon’s Bay 12th June, for this Port. Cargo, Wine and Brandy.
19. Mary Hope, J. FARMER, from Liverpool 26th March, for this Port and New south Wales. Cargo sundries.
Passengers, Messrs. SIMPSON and SAUNDLEY (the Charles Jameison’s Passenger); Major and Mrs. SULLIVAN and 4 Children, Mr. and Mrs. L’LEAN, Messrs. D. M’LEAN, BELL, DUNCAN, THOMPSON, LAWSON, and HAY ; Miss BOILEAU, for the Cape ; and Miss Jane BALL.- Brings part of the Charles Jameison’s Mail, and a few Letters.

SAILED FROM THE BAY.
June 13. Bolivar, brig J. M’DONALD, Master for London.
- George, cutter, S. DRURY, for Saldanha Bay.

SAILED FROM SIMON’S BAY.
June 12. Minstrel, ship C. ARCOLL, for Madras and Calcutta.
-Exchange, brig, J. FOUZEL, for Table Bay.

ARRIVED IN PORT ELIZABETH.
May 7. Alexander Adams, Alexander PETER, Master from Table Bay 22nd May, for this Port. Cargo sundries.
7. Calypso, J. HUTCHINSON, Master from Liverpool 2nd and Waterford 25th March, for this Port. Cargo sundries.
Remain in this Port. The ship Duke of Bedford. Schooner Elizabeth and Susan, and brigs Usk and Thomas.
 


 

FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1828

GEDOOPT.
Op Zondag den 22 Juny in de Luthersche Kerk,
Een Zoon van Johan Pieter VOGES, met name Johan Fredrik.
Op Woesdag den 25 Juny.
Een Zoon van Jacob Fredrk STOBER, met name Karel Gottlieb.

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OVERLEDEN.
Juny 20, een dood-geb. Zoon van Gerhardus Hermanus BOTY.
Dito, Zacharia VAN DEVENTER, Weduwe wylen Klaas JONAS, oud 73 jaren, 10 maanden en 4 dagen.
Dito, Alexander FERRIES, oud 42 jaren en 10 maanden.
Juny 21, een zoon van Wilhelmina PIETERSEN, met name Arend Nicolaas Johannes, oud 13 maanden en 7 dagen.
Dito, een dochter van Johanna DAVID, met name Susanna, oud 6 maanden.
Juny 22, Ernst Godlieb SLINGER, oud 98 jaren.
Dito, Clara Johanna KLEINSMITH, oud 26 jaren, 10 maanden en 22 dagen, Huisvrouw van Johannes WILLEMS.
Juny 23, Johanna WILLEMZE, Weduwe wylen den Wel-Ed. Hr. Jan Hendrik FROUENFELDER, oud 65 jaren, 4 maanden en 13 dagen.
Juny 24, Johannes Jacobus VAN DEN BURGH, oud 30 jaren, 10 maanden en 18 dagen.
Juny 26, Karel Willem HENDRIKSE, oud 75 jaren.

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CHRISTENINGS
In the English church, Cape town on Sunday 22nd June 1828,
by the Rev. G. HOUGH, M.A. Colonial Chaplain.
A son of Mr. Edward GEORGE, baptized Francis Robinson.
A son of Joseph ARROWSMITH, baptized Joseph James.
A daughter of John BROWN, baptized Eliza Jane.
A daughter of Samuel INGRAM, baptized Elizabeth.
A son of the late Thomas EDWARDS, baptized William.
In the Military Chapel, Cape Town, on Sunday, the 22nd June, 1828,
by the Rev. B.C. GOODISON A.M. Chaplain to the Forces.
A daughter of Sergeant James WILSON, of H.M.’s 49th Regt. Baptized Margaret Elizabeth.

DEATH:
June 20. Alexander FERRIES, aged 43 years.

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE

ARRIVED IN TABLE BAY.
June 20. George and William, brig, G. NICHOLSON, Master, from Rio de Janeiro, 22nd May, for this Port, in ballast, for freight.
23. Columbine, Alex. BROWN Master, from Rio de Janeiro 25th May, for this Port, in ballast, for freight.
Passenger, Mrs. BROWN.

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ALL Persons having Claims or Demands against the Estate of the late Dr. C.A. BECKER, either on account of Book Debts, Bonds, Deeds of Security, Guardianships, or otherwise, are requested to give them in at the Office of the Justice of the Peace, J.C. WINTERBACH, Esq. within three months, subsequent to this date ; and those standing indebted to the same, are desired to discharge their Debts within the said period to the undersigned Executors.
Tulbagh, 14th June, 1828. A.N. WASSENAAR.
W.N. VOS.

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TO LET, with immediate, possession, a House and Garden, with Stabling and other Conveniences, situated No. 25 Boom-street. For Particulars, apply to Dr. LIESCHING, No. 26 Loop-street; or on the Premises.

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TO LET, and immediate possession given, a house and Premises, No. 20 Plein-street, well situated for Business ; the Glass Cases, Counter, and other Fixtures, complete, may be taken at fair Valuation. For further Particulars, apply at the Gazette Office, Heeregracht.

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LOST, (Yesterday, the 26th inst.) a Hair Bracelet, with a small Gold Clasp. Whoever will bring it to this Office, or to Mr. GREIG’S shall receive a reward of 10 Rds. It is of no value to any one but the Owner.

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DIED, on the 15th instant, our much respected Father and Father-in-law, J.H. FROUENFELDER, Esq. aged 63 years, 4 months, and 22 days ; and on the 23d instant, our beloved Mother and Mother-in-law, B.J.H. WILLEMSE, Widow of the said J.H. FROUENFELDER, Esq, aged 65 years, 4 months, and 13 days.
The Undersigned impressed by feelings of sorrow, beg to be excused from visits of condolence, and return thanks to the numerous Friends for favors conferred on the Deceased.
W.H. KLEYN.
A.C. KLEYN, born FROUENFELDER.
Widow G.C. BERGMAN, born FROUENFELDER.
Cape Town, 26th June, 1828.

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Notice is hereby given to Relatives and Friends, that our respected Father, Mr. Marthinus THEUNISSEN, died on Monday last, the 23d instant, at 10 o’Clock, p.m. at the Place ZIEKENHUIS, aged 86 years, 1 months, and 6 days.
In the name of the joint Brethren,
M.W. THEUNISSEN, Jr.

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DIED, on Saturday Night, the 14th instant, at 11 o’Clock, my beloved Husband Jan APPEL, aged 60 years and 4 months.
Stellenbosch, 20th June, 1828. Debora Maria BOTHA.
Widow of J. APPEL.

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DIED, at his House, no. 16 Buitengracht, Hottentot-square, Cape Town, on Wednesday, the 18th June, 1828, after an illness of only 12 Days, Adam Gabriel, De SMIDT, Esq. late Cashier of the Discount Bank, aged 32 years, 6 months, and 7 days ; of which sorrowful event, notice is hereby given to Relatives and Friends.

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BERIGT EN DECLARATIEN VAN INSOLVENTIE.
(names only transcribed)

19 Juny 1828
Christiaan PRISLEW, voormaals van de Boomstraat, Kaapstad, Timmerman, en dezelfs nagelatene Weduwe Rosa Catharina PITZER

19 Juny 1828
… wylen Andries VAN DER LITH, onlangs van de Kaapstad, en voormaals van Georgesta, in het Distrikt George …

19 Juny 1828
… Geoge GRIFFIN, van No. 17 Bergstraat, Kaapstad, Logementhouder en Scheepsvoerder …

29 Mei 1828
… Ryk MEIRING … en dezelfs voorOVERLEDENe Huisvrouw Anna ZULCH, een Huis en Erf en een stuk bouwgrond, beide gelegen in de Kerkstraat, te Tulbagh ; alsmede Huismeubelen en de volgend slaven : Mei VAN BOUGIES, gedrost ; L’Eveille VAN MAURITIUS ; Alida VAN DEZE KOLONIE ; en Mariana VAN MOZAMBIEK …

 

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