Port of Spain gazette

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Port of Spain gazette
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain Trinidad
Port of Spain Gazette
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)[<Feb. 22, 1941->]
Daily[ FORMER <Sept. 21, 1925->]


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Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago) ( lcsh )
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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Sept. 21, 1825.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-no. 22427 (June 30, 1956).
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Description based on: No. 13911 (Sept. 21, 1925).
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Trinidad gazette
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Trinidad chronicle and Port of Spain gazette


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No. 1, Vol. I.

published by Mr. William Lewkb, is incorpo incorporated
rated incorporated in this Paper. The Proprietors having, bt, pw-hase,
acquired the “ whole right, title, and interest of the said
W. Lawen, in and to the said Paper called The Tnnidad
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To the Inhabitants of Trinidad.
“ The Port of Spain Gazette
Published on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Proprietor* and Publisher of this
JL Paper, beg I® we most respectfully to
(Inform the Inhabitants cf Trinidad, that having
purchased from the Proprietor of the “ 'Trini 'Trinidad
dad 'Trinidad Gazette” Lis right to that Paper fr >m the
15lh instant, and aho all the Printing Apparatus
Smployed in carrying or, that publication, abd
haring obtained from bis Excellency Sir Ralph
James Woodford, Baronet, Governor and Com Commander
mander Commander ta Chief, in aqil over the said Island
and its Dependencies, a License to print and
publish “ The Port of Spain Gazette” and
constitnling the same the Official Gazette of
the Idland, they will coiunaenco their first pub publication
lication publication oa WEDNESDAY next, the 21st of
September, instant.
In presenting to the.public" The Port of
Spain Gazette,” and before soliciting its Patro Patronage
nage Patronage the present Proprietors feel it a duty in incumbent
cumbent incumbent on them to explain the principles on
which they :nteud to conduct the same, and the
line of conduct which they propose to adopt in
ih publication, in order to support their claims
tdthe public patronage; and as they are resolved
that they will not pledge themselves to any prin
ciples or line of conduct, which they are not
determined steadfastly to adhere by aud pursue,
they feel confident cf the result.
Os the necessity of impartiality in every
publication of ibis description, moro especially
when it is the only one in the Colony, and there therefore
fore therefore should be the free aud unfettered vehicle by
which public oainion is to be expressed, and
matters relating to the interests of the Colony
and its inhabitants freely discussed, they are
most sensibly a* are, and they cats mo*t unequi unequivocally
vocally unequivocally assure the public, that they are not in
the smallest degree, pledged or attached to any
one party, dot biassed by *ny favoiite theory.
Libera! and loyal they offer their Columns freely*
lor the insertion of every Corumnnicalion which
their friends may favor them with ; and however
the a»utimeitts ur iti-flor may b« st rerh«ice
. with their own opinion, provided the manner in
which it is expressed is not indecorous, the
columns of " The Port of Spain Gazette” will
be open,— the Editor at the same time, in the
exercise of Lis righ*. of censorship over bis press,
reserves - f * in h:s v option to ar,c”t»psDy such
communications with such Editorial remarks,
SS st once to guard against the conclusion n|
t*c»t acquiescence, which, from his silence, might
be drawn, to prevent Ids opinions fron being
identified w iththove'of bis correspondents, which
tie may disapprove, and Io enter upon record
bis dissent or approbation.
The great object of the Proprietors will be tn
render “ The Port of Spain Gazette” as full of
lEiortnalion, foreign as well as domestic, as pos
*w ej and every internal impiovement and do domestic
mestic domestic occurrence, will be noted most accurately
io the columns of the Gazette.
io the advertising portion of " The Port of
Spain Gazette” will always be found ail Proola Proola®«tious.
®«tious. Proola®«tious. Orders, and Notices of Government,
«* !® a 7 f fom Unie to time be issued, elso all
•“diotal Notices, Police Regulations, Ac. Ac.
To the affairs of the Colonies, existing circutn-
Jlsncea render it the Editor's imperative doty le
Jheld bis utmost attention, and no exertion will
p *P, a . r °d obtain the earliest information,
yfnciliation is his object, and to sooth the ox oxist'ng
ist'ng oxist'ng irritation, perhaps engendered and foster
#< by exaggeration cn the one part, and alarm
wd misapprehension on tho other ; and to pre present
sent present a candid aud correct view of facts, equally
tree from the contamination of party spirit and
th® distortions o> interest cr passion, will be the
•airest object of the Editor’s most strenuous
L nder the hand of domestic intelligence will
. inserted every article interesting or deserv deservlog
log deservlog of publicity ; and to the friends who may
•for the Proprietors wiit information on such
•objects they will feel grateful. Private con conersJ
ersJ* conersJ 1 *he feelings of individuals will always
**J sscret! and the columns of *’ The Port
Gazette” will never be defiled by scan scandal
dal scandal or calumny.
In the portion of the Gazette alloled for niis-
L eelhneous articles will be found the most
important matter that may, from time to time,
; a afforded by the London and Colonial Prints,
together with such literarv and scientific notcies,
g bud such oilier instructing aid amusing articles


as may present themselves from periodical pub
lications, Ac. A correct statement of tho London
.Markets will also be given; also a Colonial
Price Current weekly, with a variety of other
local matters. *
By a steady adherence to the principles and
line of conduct professed in this short notice,
and a careful attention to the correctness of lha
piass and darly delivery of tho Gazette, the
Subscribers foope to merit end obtain the kinu
patronage and support of the Public of Trinidad,
aud to obtain this object no expence will ut>
spa'.ed, and they trust that talent -ad industry
will not be wanting.
To Hi* Excellency tbs Governor and Public
Authorities the Publisher offers his sincerest
thanks for the patronage conferred on him by
rendering’* The Port of Spain Gazette” the only
vehecle by which official Docaments can meet
the public eye, and f octs assured that a strict
performance of bis duties will always securo to
him so distinguished a Patronage.
Tho first two number* of" The Port of Spain
Gazette” will be forwarded to the Country Sub Subscribers
scribers Subscribers of " The Trinidad Gazette” and thus
afford thove Gentlemen an opportunity of for forwarding
warding forwarding their orders, which will be punctually
attended to; and an early opportunity will be
embraced of calling on those Gentlemen in town
who are desirous of coining forward with their
names, for their orders.
" The Port of Spain Gazette” will be forward
ad to tho respective Commandants of Quarters
as usual.
Terms of ** The Port of Spain Gazette” £5
per annum, payable half yearly in advance,
and no paper discontinued unless one month's
notice be previously given.
Subscriptions received at the Office of" The
Port of Spain. Gazette” No. 28, Queenstreet..
The Public’s
Most obedient humble servants,
Port of Spain, 14tA September, 18'24.

IN all its brandies, executed with neatness
and dispatch, at ilia corner of Upper Prince
and Henry Street*.
Sept. 21,1825.
PUBLIC Notice ia hereby given, that thi* Court is
adjourned, until Saturday the first day of October,
now next ensuing.
Py order of tbe Court, thia fifth day of September.
F. N. WEST, Escribana.
PUBLIC Notice is hereby given, that the sale of
Ihe several and respective Properties, advertised
to take place, before the Doors of this Tribunal, on tbe
19th indent, is postponed until Wednesday the 6th day
of October now next ensuing.
By order of the Court, thi* fifth day of September,
F. N. WEST, Escribano.
In the Matter of
James Wilson v. Thomas Dakins.
NOTICE is hereby given, that on Monday the i9fA
day of September now next ensuing, the Saint
Clair Farm Estate, situate in the quarter of Tragarete,
with all its Slaves, Stock, Buildings and Appurtenances,
will be put up to Sale before the doors of the Tiibunal,
having been levied on in this matter.
By order of tbe Coutt, this zfith day of May,tb9s,
F. N. WEST, Escribano.
In tbe Matter of
Louis Jobity v. John Blackwood Co.
NOTICE is hereby given, that on Monday tho
19th day of September, now next ensuing, the
Belle Plaine Estate, its Slaves, Buildings, and all other
Appurtenances, situated tn the Quarter of Aricagua,
levied on in this matter, will be put up to sale before
tbe Door* of this Tribunal.
By order of the Court, thi* a6th d -of May, 18*5,
F. N. to EST, Escribano
In the Mailer of
Placide Dumaine, Guardhn of the Minor
Etienne Cayonnf v. Mickel Philip.
PUBLIC Notice is he'eby given, that there will be
exposed to Sale before the door* et this Tribrnal.
on Monday the I9t« day of September, now next e'utning
a portion of hand,, called Paraclel, situate in the quart .
of South Naparima,-with 'he Slaves, Buildings . 1
Appurtenances, levied on in this matter, la the property
of the defendant.
By order of tbe Court, this 16th dxy sf ’-me, 1825,
F. N. WEST, Escribano.
In the Matter of
Margaret Worswick by her Attorney Joseph
Crabtree v. John Shine and Henry Murray
Executors of Patrick O'Brien.
NOTICE is hereby given, that on Monday, the *««-
teenth day of September next, there witibt expos exposed
ed exposed for sale, before the doors of thia Tribunal, al) the
Right, Title, and Interest cf the late Patrick O’Brien,
and the Right, Title, and Interest of the Succession of
the late Patrick O’Brien, io and to the Diamond Estate,
situate in the Quarter of Diego Martin, with its Slaves.
Buildings, and all other appurtenance*, levied o-.i in
this matter, nnless this demand be previously satisfied.
By order of the Cour thia 9th day of June, 1825,
F, N. M EST, Escribano.

Io the Matter of
John A. M. R. Ladeveze v, Thomas Dakins.
NOTICE is hereby given, that on Monday the iQth
day of September, now next ensuing, the St.
Clair Estate, situated in the Quarter of Trsgareta,
together with its Slaves, Stock, Crop, Buildings, and
Appurtenances, levied on in this matter, will ba put
up to sale before the Doors of this Tribune..
Bv order of the court, <*»•» »6tb. day of May, 1635,
F.N. WEST, Sacritaw.
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In the Metter of
Jean Jacques Sallier and Rose Bernard Sallier,
his v. Augustus Invert. and Victoirc
Imbert, his Wife, and the sttnor Espintt. .
PUBLIC Notice is hereby*given, that on Monday the
s9th day of September, new neat ensuing, there
will be exposed to Sale before tbe door* of this Tribunal
the Concord Estate, in the quarter of South Naparima,
with ila Bi ildings, Slaves, Stock and Appurtenances.
By order ottbe Court, ibis i6thday of June, i 825,
F. N. WEST, Escribano.
In the Matter of
The Cession of Property of Benjamin Hughes.
NOTICE i< hereby given, that on Maiday the 19tX
day cf September, now next ensuing, the right,
title, and interest of Montrose Philip, in and to the
Retreat Estate, Q.tar*er of Cedros, with the Slaves,
Stock Buildings, and Appuifinances thereto beknging,
will be put up to sale before the Doors of theTrib.inai.
Ry Older of the Court, this 13th day of June, iSSS,
F. N. WEST, Escribant.
In the Matter of
Francis De Rieux, Henry Dutaste, and Sophie
Dutastc, his wife, and C. hl. Terras, Guar
di an Rieitx and C, Gerald, v. John Blackwood
Sf Co.
|>Ui-piC Notice is hereby given, that on Mondcy
I the tUh day of October nom next ensiling, then thenwill
will thenwill be exposed to sale, before the Doors of tbiFTiibu tbiFTiibunal,
nal, tbiFTiibunal, the Belle Plaine Estate, situate in the Quarter of
Aiicagua, with it* Buildings, Slaves, and all Appur Appurtenances
tenances Appurtenances thereto belonging, levied on at the suit of the
4*i»iutit?-, in the above matter.
By orde< of the Court, this 2ist day of July, i 825,
F. N. WEST, Eecribano,
In the Matter of
Francis 1 >scph v. John Blackwood,
Heir, and Andrew Johnstone, Executor, oj
John Ll’.ackwood, deceased.
PUBLIC Notice is hereby given, that on Monday
thi 3d day of October next ensuing, st eleven o’clock
in the foranoun, there will be exposed to sale, before
tbe doors cf this Tribunal, the Sugar Estate or Planta Plantation
tion Plantation c.all«>l aelrench : situated in the Quarter of South
Naparttua, with its Slaves, Stock, Buildings, and all
other appurteuancea thereto beloncing, the property of
the Succession of the late John Blackwood, deceased,
and levied ttr.'on at the Plaintiff’s anit.
By order at tbe Court, this 30th day of June, rfixj,
Acting far EtcriboM.
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In tbe Matter of
George Muzino v. Succession of Michael Pietri.
PUBLIC Notice is hereby given, that on Monday
the *6th day of September next ensuing, there will
be put up and offered for sale, before the Doors of thia
Tribunal, the Belle Vue Estate, with its Leaves, Stock,
Buiidiiigs, and appurtenances thereto beiunging, situ situated
ated situated in the Quarter of St. Anne’s, the same having been
levied upon hr the above cause.
B.v older of the Court, ibis 34th day of June, i 825,
Aetingfor Escribano.
In the Matter of
Pizrre Clement Leotaud v. Succession of Michael
ptUBLTC Notice ia hereby given, that on Monday
< the third day of October neat ensuing, there will
be expoaed to sale before tbe doors of this Tribunal,
the Belle Vue Estate, with its Slaves, Stock, Buildings,
and all other appurtenances thereto belonging, sitnate
in the Quarter of St. Ann’s, and I vied upon in the
above cause.
By order of tbe Court, thia 30th : of June,
.4i' r ;og/w Escribam.
In the Matter of
Mrs. Eliza Jesse, v. the Ea euton of Patrick
PUBLIC notice is hereby given, that on Monday the
S'* day of October, next ensuing, there-will be ex exposed
posed exposed .or sale before the doors al this Tribunal, the
Su;-r Estate or Plantation called Aripero, situated in
die Quarter of Oropouche, witli its Stock, Building*,
aud a 1 ! other appmlenanees thereto belonging, tbe pro property
perty property of the Succession of the late Petrick O’Brien de.
cessed, and levied on in the above cans*.
By order of the Court, this 30tb day of June, 1895
Acting for Eacribano.
In the Matter of
Francis De Rieux, Henry Dntasta and Sophia
Dutasta, v. John Blackwood, Heir, and An Andrew
drew Andrew Johnstone, Executor, of John Bla deceased.
OUBLIC Notice ia hereby given, that on Monday
IT rheH/hday of October now next ensuing, there
will be exposed to sale, before the Doors of this Tribu Tribunal,
nal, Tribunal, the Belle Plain Estate, sitnate in the Quarter of
Aricagua, with the Buildings, Slaves, and all the ap appurtenances
purtenances appurtenances thereto belonging, levied on at tbe suit of
the Plaintiffs tn the above matter.
By order of the Court, this 2rst day of July,
F. N. WEST, EsctUmo,

In the Matter of ,
The Concur so of Creditors of John BP Ewen and
the Mount Pleasant Estate.
N’OTICE is hereby given, that on Mottrfe« y the 34th
day of October, now next ensuing, the Mount
Pleasant Estate, in the Quarter ct Point-d Pierre, w;;h
tbe Buildings,Slaves,Stock, and Appurtenances theret o
attached and belonging, will be exposed >o rale before
the Doors of the Tribu>t il.
Byorder t'thi Court, this list dsv of July, 1825,
F. N. WEST , Etcribar.e.
tfomptaint (Tourt.
PUBLIC Notice is hereby gives, that the next Com Complamt
plamt Complamt Court will be bidden .»n Friday the four fourteenth
teenth fourteenth of October now next ensuing, and that all parties
who have been cited lor Friday the Mth iostan:, will
govern themselvea accoidingly.
By order of tbe Court, this fifth day of 8 ptembe-,
F. N. WEST, fc»v.;u.K7.

/’/’’HE Colonial System, which for these last
R two centuries ba* been upheld by Grea£
Britain, a* tho basis of Corjinercial prosperity,
is st length about to bo extinguished. The foes
intersourto Bill will now put theae Colonies on
a pxr with any Commercial City of England,
and they will become, fact, integral part* of
the Empire.
Tbe Act of Parliament allowing Newspa Newspaper*
per* Newspaper* to be forwarded to end from tho Colonie*,
on tbe pay mend of a small postage, is also un
important and c .vantageons regulation, us it
wiH tend much to increase the intercourse be between
tween between tbe mother country and her foreign pos possessions,
sessions, possessions, Bml hereby more closely connect tuo
This last regulation will do sway with a pri privilege
vilege privilege hitherto enjoyed by the Secretary to tho
General Post Office, of franking Newspapers,
which, it is presumed, to many inhabitants of
these Islands, who imy not have appointed
Agents in England, will' at first, prove rather
an inconvenience than an accomodation, as they
will bo at a loss how to prorate these necessary
and entertaining vehicles of intelligence ; aad
Magazine* aud Reviews, which arc equally de deetrable,
etrable, deetrable, or any other unstamped paper, will not
be permitted to be forwarded through the Ge General
neral General Post Office, without the payment of tho
regular rate of Postsge.
To remedy these temporary obstacles, tbe
Subscriber, who baa for some years conducted
a Newspaper iu the Colonies, respeclfully of offer*
fer* offer* himself as a News Agent to the West In India
dia India island* generally, resident in London, where
be will undertake to receive orders for English
Newspaper*, and to transmit ilicm regularly
through tbr Peat Office, taking on himself »he
responsibility of addressing them Ac. wgreeablv
to tbe late Act of Parli&tneai.
Periodical prblicationx of the nature of Ma Magazines,
gazines, Magazines, Reviews, Ac. he will aLo engage to
forward to bis friends by the earliest convey conveyance
ance conveyance that may present itself after their publica publication
tion publication ; of which, being immediately on the spot,
he will always have an opportunity of availing
Ho likewise proposes himself as an Agent to
the Proprietors of the saveral Colonial paper*,
in which capacity he will use his utmost endea endeavour*
vour* endeavour* to forward their interests obtaining a
sale of their publication* in England, the in incertion
certion incertion of Adveriiseir.cntn therein, Ac. Ao.
Files of all the Colonial Papera will be kept
at hi* Office, and hie object will ho to put bi*
cMabhabment on a* near the same fouling with
regard to (he Colaniea, as the present New*
Ajertoy Offices iu London, are, with respect to
she d'Lbrent Counties and Provincial Tou â–  ?
Terms for forw-- ling Newspaper* (in addition
to the origin .! . oat and postage of l£d. Sterl Sterling
ing Sterling each) per wnnum :
A Dally Paper ?,
Twice or tbiice a week iti r,
Weekly j ”
Forwarding Magazines or Review* to the
ColoQias, ia addition to the publication pi ice,
per annum, 10*. 6!. Serling.—For the t -: ns nsmiaaion
miaaion nsmiaaion cf Advertisements for Colonial News Newspaper®,
paper®, Newspaper®, and obtaining Subscriptions thereto, 10
per cent, on the amount.
September 14, 1825.
Either a reference to some person in
England, or an acceptance in favor of hi* Agent
io the Colony, payabln on tho receipt of the first
paper, or publication, will be required for the
first six months Subscription.
W. L.
fHIHE Subscribers have jost received per the
JL Schooner Endeavour, from Barbados, aud
offer for Sale, on reasonable terms:
N Superior PORTER, in wood ;
Aud a few dozens of prime old Madeira WINE;
I.;M Spt. 182 b.

f £5 pr. Annum, payable
j half-yearly in adrancx.

September 20lJk, 1825.
THE Board of Commissioners for tho Pro Protestant
testant Protestant Church, will meet on Thursday
hex<, at 2 o’clock, whan they will receive offers
for the renting of Rows No. 24, and letter A
for the White Population, and Pewa No. 66 and
70 for tho Coion rod Population.
FSPIHE undersigned requests all Persons Lav-
Jg_ ibg any demands against tho late ALEX
ANDES JOUBERT, to present the same within
one month from the present date, to Messrs. Au
custe Joubert A Joseph C. Lebre, who arc
aulhorizodlo liquidate the Estate; he likewise
requests that those who are indebted to the said
Estate,will pay th* ir accounts forthwith, in order
to bring too concorulo a speedy termination.
Port nf Spain, 21it Sept. 1825.
• ’’TpHE Subscriber requests that all peraone to
whom the Bonne A uenMrc Estate, or hint hintseif
seif hintseif individually, are indebted, wiil send their
zi?ccunts to the store of John Shine A" Co. on
or before the 30lh instant.
Pedros, 14th Sept. 1825.
Til E Estate culiad Union, in the quarter cf
Santa Ciuz, containing 41 qnarris of land,
15000 Coffee trees in bearing, 6000 Cocoa trees,
of which 2000 are in bearing, 8 healthy Negroes,
a Dwelling house an-1 Kitchen, sll in good con condition,
dition, condition, a Cart entirely new and a fine Mule.
Very a -r. iageous terms wi l be offered to a
good purchaser.— Far further information apply
to Mrs. RoMBRRG, the proprietor of the Estate,
No. 71, D' ke street.
September 2*. 1825.
zfNE Copper TEACH cf9o gallons, weigh weighing
ing weighing 4iiiL Stj. 4lbs.
One ditto ditto of 60 gallons weigh
ing Scwt. G-j 23’bs.
For Sale at the Star© of
Sept. 21, 1825.
OpII E Ca ji dietown,— viz.
32 Elegant HORSES, for Carriage, Sad Saddle,
dle, Saddle, and Cart,
CORN MEAL, in Puncheons,
Ditto in Barrels,
Yellow flint CORN in Puncheons,
Ditto in Bags,
NAVY BREAD in Barrels,
TOBACCO, OATS, &c. Ac. Ao.
South Quay, September 21.
N. B. Tho Horses which remain unsold, will
be sold at Auction on Fri day nex!.
WANTED on Hire ten Field NE NEGROES,
GROES, NEGROES, who hare been accustomed
to work on Sugar Plantations.
Marine Square, Sept. 21,1825.
—ii i i,i ii -Tin* - ■ , I, i . i ■■ 110. ... iw ■! i»'i .ii
>UST arrived from Newberry Port by the
S Subscribers :
594 Barrels fine and superfine FLOUR,
93 Ditto ditto RYE,
25 Barrels BISCUIT.
120 Barrels CORN MEAL,
7 Tierces RICE,
45 Bales of TOBACCO.
140 Cases CRACKERS,
40 Kegs Ditto.
38 Barrels ON IONS,
3000 Red Oak STAVES.
21 September.

Safe bp auction,
On Friday next, the 23tl instant,
AT the STABLES commonly known by
. th© Dstne of Sadler's Wells:—
Thirty two Carriage, Saddle, and Cart
In prime ordf r, selected for this Market, and
imported in the Brig Uvion, Captain Mildrum,
from Middletown.
O Sale# will commence at Eleven o’Cloek,
•nd approved endorsed Nolea, at two an 1 four
Months, will be rocoßcd in Puymeut.
Dep. Vendue Masters.
19/A September, 1025.
® ~OR Sale, by the Subscriber, at hix Store, in
Marine Square
Old Port M INF,in bottles:
in ditloj
Lancashire HAM®-; Gunpowder TEA ;
m*.t, in f, t < :
W,‘o I HOf’PS, and a parcel of R"m PUN
lith. Sent. 1325. â– 

Trinidad, 14th Sept. 1826.
kJIEQUIRED, for tho Public Scrvics, —
V1NEGAR...... 50 Gallant,
To be of the best quality and subject to approval
by a Boat J Survey.
Sealed Tenders in duplicate, stating'the rate
per gallon, in figures and in words nt length, will
be received at this Office until Thursday next,
the 221 instant, at 1C o’clock in the forenoon.
Th© Packages to ba considervd the property
of Government, and no allowance made for them.
Payment wiil bo made in Cash at 4i. 4 sterling per dollar.
Act. Com. General,
Tnnidad, the 25th. June, 1825.
FERSONS-desiroos <>f contracting .o supply
Guinea. Grass, free from roots aud dirt,
tor the use cf the Mule? attached to the Com Commissariat
missariat Commissariat end Royal Engineer Departments in
this faland, doting one year certain, from the
251 h December next, are hereby informed, tint
sealed Tenders, in duplicate, marked on tho en envelope
velope envelope “ Tender for Green Forage,” specifying
tho rate for each ration of 50 pounds oct weight,
in Sterling money, in figures, and in pords at
length, will bo received at this Office until 10
o’clock in the forenoon of Saturday the 24/A
September ensuing.
Tho Guinea Grass must ba delivered by tho
Contractor, at the Stables of the respective De Departments,
partments, Departments, free of expence of conveyance ; and
each Tender to be accompanied by a Letter
signed by two responsible persons, engaging to
become bound with th© party tendering, in the
penal sum of Two Hundred Pounds Sterling,
for tho due performance of bis contract.
Payment will be made monthly, in Cash, at
4s. 4 f. Sterling per Dollar.
Tha Contractor to defray the, expences of
drawing tu: and registering the Contract.
Dtp. Assist. Corn. Gen.
Trinidad, 25th July, 1825.
PERSONS desirous of entering into a con
tract to furnish the Ordnance and Royal
Departments with such number of
Artificers and Labourers as may be required,
for one year cerlaio, from the Ist cf January io
the 31st December, 1826, inclusive, are in infopuod,
fopuod, infopuod, that sealed Tenders; in duplicate, mark marked
ed marked on tho envelop© “ Tenders for Artificers, so."
will he received at this Office until the 24'A <1 y
of October, next ensoing, al 11 o'clock a. m.
Description of Tradesmen required.
Bricklayers, Wiieslwrights,
Masons, IJlacksmi ths,
Slaters, Coopers,
Faviors, Stone Cutters,
Carpenters, Turners,
Sawyers, Plasterers,
Painters. ' Labourers,
Glaziers, and
Plumbers, Mulbtlers,'
To be able-bodied and efficient, and furnished
in such number? =s may be required-by the Officer
commanding the Royal Engineers for the public
works, who will have the power of accepting or
rejecting such of the workmen sent ns may
appear unfit for the dotics required of them,
'.'he Tenders must specify io Sterling money,
in figures, and in words at length, the rate
per day for each description of tradesmen,
and must be accompanied with a letter signed
by two responsible persons, engaging to be become
come become bound with the party tendering, in the
penal sum of Four Thousand Pounds Sterling,
for the due performance of tho contract.
Paymem. will be made monthly, by a check
from ihe Deputy Ordnance Storekeeper updn
this Office,at the rate of 45.4 d. Sterling p«r dollar.
The' Contractor to defray the expenses of
drawing out and registering the Contract.
Any further information will be afforded on
application at this Office.
Assist. Com. Gen.
Trinidad, th* 25th June, 1825.
PERSONS desirous of entering into a con contract
tract contract for supplying the Commissariat De Department
partment Department in this Island, during one year certain,
from 'ba 25tb December next, with such num number
ber number of Flats, manned with p r vper band«, when whenever
ever whenever required for His Majesty’s service ii. land landing
ing landing stores or otherwise, for the Ordnance,
Quarter Master General, Commissrriat, and
Barrack Departments, are iufqrmeJ, that scaled
Tendirt, in duplicate, will b received fur tbe
•am* at this Office, until Saturday tbo 24M
September next, at 10 o’clock.
The tenders must specify, in Sterling money,
the rate per trip, and likewise tho names of twn
respectable persons, offering themselves as secu securities,
rities, securities, to be bound with the phrty tendering, io
the penal sum of Two Hundred Pounds Sterling
for the duo fulfilment of hi*> contract.
Payment will be made monthly, in Cash, <1
4s. 4-L Sterling per Dollar, upon certificates
from the proper Officers for whom the transport
may be required,
AU expenses of drawing ent and registering
the Contract to ba defrayed by the Contractor.
Drp. A*»:sf Com. Gen.


Trinidad, the 25th June, 1825.
PERSONS desirous of entering into con contract
tract contract to furnish Cartage, when require!,
tor tho service of the Commissariat, Quarter
Master General, Royal Engineer, and Barrat k
Dopartmenls in this Island, for one year cerlaio,
from the 251 h December next, are informed,
that sealed “ Tenders for Cartage,” specifying
in Sterling money, in figures, and in words al
length, the rates per load, viz.—
f7'o St. Joseph,
To Fort George,
v ~r-- v To St. James ,
(. To Orange Grove ;
From the. Wharf to the. Magazines at Cocor ite ;
From the. Wharf or Magazines at Cocorite to
St. James's ;
And in Fort of Spun;
Will be received at this Office nntil 10 o’clock
in tha forenoon of Saturday the 24/A September
ensuing. ,
Each Tender to bo accompanied by a Letter,
signed by two responsible persons, engaging to
become bound wish the party tendering, in th*
penal s«tn of Two Hundred Pounds Sterling,
for the Hue performance of h s contract.
Payment will be made monthly, in Cash, at
4s. 4u. Sterling per Dollar.
The Contractor to defray the expenses of
drawing out and registering the Contract.
Dep. Assist. Corn. Gen.
A GTG HORSE; London built Stanhope
/cL GIG, and HARNESS.—AppIy al tha
Office of this ».ap«r.
Ith Sept. 1825.
Nswisvof i’-RRONsg'-t upin theSm > To/reee l!>f hlandin 11 days. •
Sept. 10 John Rnrd' n. | Sept. iO B. M'Swiny.
Sept. 10 James Bynoe.
HENRY MURRAY, L>en. Str. â– 

Sept. 16 American brig Anton, Arnold, New Haim.
17 Do. do. Union, Mildrnra, Middletown.
Sloop Myrtle, Taylor, Grenada.
18 Do. Earl of Chatham, Turraille, St. Lucia.
20 Do. Collector, Glaudon, St. Lucia.
Brig City of Cork, Evan*, Barbados.
Amer. sckr. Lady Brooks, Juqnes, Newbury
Sept. i 4 Sloop Success, Blow, St. Lucia.
Schr. Warrior, Nt-wr.butn. Barbados.
15 Sloop Ariel, Painter, St. Vincent.
17 Biig Jane Hatton, Meagher. Halifax.
Schr. Endearour, Piggot, Barbados.
20 Sloop Mary if Eliza, Hazle, St. Vincent.
| Per Anson, flour.corn, peaje. garliek, onions, staves,
horses, and cattie.
Per Union, shocks, heading, hoops, pigs, horses, cattle,
sheep, cotn, corn meal, pease, flour, staves, bread,
onions, and garliek.
Per Myrtle, salt-
Per Cily of Cork, it hhds. sugar.
Per Lady Brooks, flonr, tobacco, corn meal, bread, ties,
ciackers, staves, onions, and potatoes.
In the Myrtle. Mr. Wm. Wilkie, supercargo.
In theEtiilof Chaikii-n. Mr. F. JgConet&Mum. Oirsud.
lu the Collector, Mr. Saubot.
In the Ariel, Mr. Nassau Porstar.
In the Mary If Eliza, Mis* Httle.
Regidor on duty this month— Jasper Lvon, Esq.
Assize ot Bread— l 24 Ounces the I Bit Loaf.
as. '"Lsatsy--jit • 1 ?'
Died—ln town, en the 19th instant, Lirot. Alex Alexander
ander Alexander Stswart. on the half-pay of the 25th Regiment,
after a few days iilti* ss, ranch respected and deeply re regretted
gretted regretted by his numerous friends.
Were any inducement wanting to ensure our
fulfilment of the pledge given in our Prospectus,
it i» furnished iy the confidence which the public
has placed in that pledge; a confidence evu.zed
as well l:y the number as the respectability of ot.r
Subscribers. To the Government and our Sub
scribers in general, we return our mast sincere and
huTifili thanks, and as,one means of meriting a
continuation of I'irir patronage by securing an
early delivery or fie Gazette, the Proprietors
request that al: rders. Advertisements, and
Communication j, be forwarded previous to 12
o'clock on the dot; ‘ nf publication, as it is tht
intention to circulate the paper as early as pot
sible in the afternoon of those days.
The public orc hereby respectfully caution cautioned
ed cautioned that one of the propriety's is the only pers n
authorized to solicit subscriptions to this paper.
â– 'â– S' ' ... i iii_ i â– â– 
In presenting to tbe pnbiic tbe first number
of The Port of Spain Gazette, w« have expe experienced
rienced experienced the usual ditßculliea attending the out outset
set outset in all new undertakings conducted by new
establishments. These difucullice, combined
with the alarming incidents of last nigfit, bare
delayed our paper a few hours later than that
which we have fixed on as tbe hour cf delivery.
We trust, however, that onr kind patrons will
not require any.further excuse than what m
have above alluded to. We feel fully impressed
with the in’portance of the undertaking which


wa Lave commenced ; Lot this feeling
rates to spur us on to every exertion to re y**
our publication worthy of tho distinguished "
ronoge which we have met with—und, by
exertions and a steady adherence to th» .
, , . , pnnci.
pies already expressed in our Prospectus, Wd
repeat, with confidence, that wo expect lo re
der our columns creditable to ourselves, 8| We( |
as interesting and entertaining to bur reader®
His Excellency The Governor rrtornd £
town on Monday niglit after a residence o|'ab 0(lt
three weeks, for the renovation of fijj j B
the Village of Arima. We regret to stalo, & at
after His Excellency had completely recovered
from bis late indisposition, be sufiered a (e |.p w
occasioned by exposure while attending J
the formation of u road extending, We
from Arima to the Caroni Ri rer . in CQaM ’
q-tence, he has since been confined to St Ann’ •
but wr sincerely hope bat Ewxlfenjy â– 
spec? ly bo restored t ( > Li, ojwsl brdffi, and J
i*rd< d to alter.-.! to tbe hn-nr C,.
W- cannot conceive any event b ct »r cstenhM to
ulKplay Ihe omnipote..ce of ilie Deity, sad dle ntterfo.
I sißiiificance of all bnrnau powvr, than il-we i-oaud*®,,
1 of nature which frequently level the preadrst c.i'fc,,
with the gronnd,overwh,elm "bole ejliej ia ene cmitsswl
ma.*s of ruin, anti in Ihe midst of fancied seenrity pton-e
their entire population into eternity. A vi»„stioncfti;,
description experienced by this Colony h»t d«!h•
nod although the severity of tbe nhcck was trifltoe
comparison to the EurthquAkcs of Port Reyal; Usbsser
Caraccas, the extent of Itt ravages at once affords e»i.
deuce of ihe ntter insofficieory of human mean* to
the power of the Deity when dhplayed in eonvaWw*
of the clt incnts; and most infnse into every thiskiaf
; mind fceliußs of gratitude, and sentiiaents of praise I
Ito tbe “ Father of Mereses” that this visitation I
occurred at a lime when the inhibttanti kad Mated I
Lora their ti.nal avoc-linn**, and were mostly|.htnged I
tu'o that icpoae. vrbtvh lint for the ba; gn in. I
terference of Providence might have Wen etrnul |
Hrtd the .hock which we experienced last night oecnrrtd |
. during the day, we nre ahaid that it wonidhave.lues I
â–  our mJancholy task to have recorded many mor* wriow I
acride-Hs than have is yet coine to onr knowledge. j
' This visitation occurred, arrordiuj to the timers ibt I
Town, elork a! a quarter past nine o’clock, and areord- I
ing to the mean time, by Capt. Lawteuce, of bis I
ty’a ship Eden's Chronometer, at fc a quarter of an iw I
before ten. The direction of the <4tock appeared geae* |
‘jt!< to be from East !>y H*»rth, to West by Souih, I
aithoqgh in many placet -t would seem to have here I
: almost du- North As South. It came on with little if any I
â–  ruinltiiug noise or other n-iui |
As to its duration there appear to be almost astnwy |
opinions as there are per.«v»s ;30 seconds appear tabs j
the shortest time ascribed to it, bitt we hire heatd I
many welt info,med persons contend that it Dated X I
minutes. On a point on which there is so merit c«- I
Gicting testimony, wc will not pretend tn decide.*>4 I
will content ourselves with observing, that, al the tim* 'I I
happe ued, we wcie occupied in prrpatinj onrpaperf* I
the Press; and that the interval whichela|»*e<* bet’**'* I
the commencement of the shock, and its Ci tHplrte ana- I
tldiL appeared to he much greeter than *•? —E
but considerably leas than 3 minutes. Jrtlred be- I
lie?* that the duration of tbe shock woaid'sppear very I
different to persons differently situated, or who were it I
different kiada of buildings'; as it is an•sUbiitbe*) bet I
in the history of Earthqtinkes, that different #}T ’’ I
ground are differenty effected. U’e base o-t b**' t
that any chasm nr opening cf the groendwss cat>« , I
nor does the pavement of tbe streets apfW to**# j
asry instance disjointed. j
it appeared not tt> have arrived at its full I
until some seconds before itsubsided entirely- hid 11 .â– 
continued with the same violence a ft>wseci;n‘!< are persuaded that few stone houses in the I
of Spain would have stood the shock. Scarcely a lieu®*’* I
tnwu has escaped damage ; many are rent tv s» ' 1
gree as to render them uninhsb-table w tborrtemw-tf* I
bk» danger. The trpp*r pair of the esrci w * I
ral houses on ihe east side of Fiedeiiek-sfreribH 1 I
in evtry pr.rt of rhe towu. «l c is, and w»U« I
and aceonnts of clocks fall- n ’ ooi th-ir »<«•' ■• I
arid other Liquors in bottles, china an ’p* *•’''** ■ . I
k*n ate innumerable. In many insuiice’ 1“!“ • I
-t« jds. and ©tL’-r heavy articles of futai’“ ,e * w |
ii. >*d from their places or turned round. I
.* .e seat of His Excellency the ® < ” ) : ffered severely, and i» said to he rental r I
•.4 >n srveial placet. Tbe servants I
aiso greatly injured and a considerable qua#' 1 *) I
ware Ate, is broken. •Chart’ I
That heat and elegant b'liMimr our â–  B|p^) I
is considerably J. Tlirtrp oflbe S- ' ‘ . >f i I
of t'un north tower ».-aa j reciplti J*° (~e o f t? j !
fell several yatd. to the westward ° ! l! e / f|( frf
tower ; a part of the 8. W\ piunar’f frii ,n ’ ,
tbe Church, and. f< rring throneh, dislodge de derafters,
rafters, derafters, wbiiu falling into the body ot th*
airoyed three cl the pews. The two | ,
eastward are rompiclrly shatter’ d, sa •. P j*r» u
be prevented from falfng ly the .< ‘-’-2 ,rc
their centre which are fixed tn the b* ( h
Tawer itself is camplet ly rent and the to r n clock i» so m tch iuj* ir *‘ *.<•, *
undergo a thorough repnq-. Tbepinurc*’ ea ttx
lower are also very seriously ii j *red,- a
buttresses are cracked. <#| c# *
The buildings intended tn he rcrfvrrtfu are conside:»bly •icu«ig*d , sent Court-house has also received **
The Chimney of the *’ Rookety ?
Henry Fuller, Esqr. Hi* Majesty a A *®
fell down, together wiih inatiy oiber* in'* , [
The new Roman Catholic < n»’ l 'h
caped entirely ; and hi the east e»d ot A ,>C j.X*
damage It is been sust“ri scictal galleries weye

•be clerk, of the market serioutly injhred. The house*
c f Mr. Ciprian* aui occupied by Messrs. Walvoml,
Johnston, & Co. are rendemd nitinhaUliable, and we
understand that both mint be partially taken down and
rebuilt. The upper pari of the gavel of the bouse occn.
pied by Dr. Anderson, sen., in Fredetick street, fell on
the rouf and shattered the whole of the extensive shed
in the Vendue yaid Anti the sooth gavel of the ad.
joining house occupied by John Edmonson, E q. al-o
fell. In the.same street the roof of Mrs. Fell’s bouse
exderießCed a like fats, by the falling cf. part cf the
gavel of the adjoining bouse. In the two Apothecary
Steres !a»Fretforick-street, <•>■-.ns.dorahle damage «u
sustained hy breakage; and the roof of a large back
Store of J'eiit's. Corrie M'Alister & Co. entirely fell in.
So far as the Accounts which lAvebecn received from
the country go, the shock appears to have been gene genepl
pl genepl throughout the island. A Gentleman resident at
£|iagnmi>'s’w.iH shaken out of hi* bed ; and the chimney
efthe BoiHrig house on the Sireatham lodge Estate, Ta-
was shaken down, rr.d also several ol the Negro
bnu»es. It appears to have occasioned very considera considerable
ble considerable al ano among the Negroes on the Estates.
No lives were lost, and we a r e only awnre'of two per persons
sons persons being seriously injured. One of these is a Mr.
Bass, who resides In the market place; he was in bed
when the shock took place, and one of the rafters which
supported the roof having given and the left l aud
' »jiteefth< w It fell rm the be !,he was very seriunsly bruise
•J on rhe 11, breast ’•md limbs, but ns no surgeon ha.i
be»n .!'<■ : tit w!>e vtv s:w him we cannot ». wh th. r
Kiy bene* were broken. Sov.rat . n» D ipt ti in
the windows of their bouses. M.. Ab ' itae, j tn*. wih
very seriously injured on the side and he* ’, .litho for to
n*t lery gallery about fifteen feet to the ground Hid the event
* taken place in the day time, we are convinced that
many serious accidents would have been occa«iuncd by
the materials of the falling buildings.
We cannot in this number give a minute mid particu particular
lar particular account of the vety extensive.ruins in buildings that
, has been sustained, but we‘shall endeavour to collect
* every possible information, and lay the saute before the
public in dur next.
The shock wts felt as severely in the haibonr as on
shore. Capt. Lawrence ’informs us that the shock was
felt so severely on board the Eden, which vessel was
moored upwards of two and it half mites from shore, that
be concluded the whole town of Pott ofSpaln, had been
destroyed, nntil be was satisfied, by mean* of hi* night
.telescope, that the Tower of the Church •■’•-t* standing.
It wa» equally severe on board His Majesty’s Brig
Ringdove, and we are informed that several persons
onboard the vessels in the harbour were thrown out of
tbeir births. We are assured by some of the oldest in inhabitants
habitants inhabitants that thists the severest shock which has been
felt in this Island sine* their residence Here, and we
repeat that we cannot be sufficiently grateful that it
subsided at ths moment it did, and was unattended with
storms and the other usual accompaniments of Earth Earthqnak
qnak Earthqnak j, which generally occasion more damage than tlio
Earthquake itself.
A g nllcman who was on horseback cn his v..•>* fiom
fit. Joseph waonot aware of the event until informed of
it on his arrival in town ; when he recalled to bis recol recollection
lection recollection that hie horse had started, at the lima which cor corresponded
responded corresponded with that of the shock. As animals are by
instinct particular ly susceptibleirf ihcaeoccurrences we
have little doubt that the horse was aware of the shock
which escaped the notice of the rider. And a person
who was r». sdn* Biiinswlck-»qiiare at the time, des-
I’ibes that he felt the same sensation as rs caused in
a boat, by the motion of tLo waves. He also statea,lhat
the bouses on the north tide of the square appeared to
Jtndnlate and rock with great violence.
We have beard it ass.’ited, that this shock was as se severe
vere severe as the one which destroyed Caracas, auli that the
destruction of that city was Owing to the nature of the
Batc ials of which the liuiisrs are constructed, they
beiag bitilt with mud walla ©I the iltlcknea* ot Ti-e or six
feet; we believe, however, that there is no certain cri criterion
terion criterion by which to form an opinion of the relative vio violence
lence violence of earthquake*; but the shock of last night ap appears
pears appears to have occasioned more damage than any former
cue with which this Island ba* been visited since it was
'ihis visitation was preceded by very hot weather;
and a slight shock is said to have been felt by many at
4and another At 8 o’clock yesterday morning. We are
not of a foreboding disposition an I still les- inclined to
Infuse dread or apprehension in the minds of the public,
but we cannot help remarKtng that the weather during
this day, and the state of the atmosphere, which is al always
ways always remarked to have a close connection with this des description
cription description of convulsion* of nature, correspond* vety
c nsely with what is recorded to have'intervened be between
tween between the sh* - - ks of Earthquakes in other place", which
have been attend*d with much more disastrous comte comtequenr«a.
quenr«a. comtequenr«a.
We shall feel cnnfidei ’b’• *nxietv until we beat from
St. Vine# nt’s and the neighbouring Islands and opposite
Continent, whore dies* ca'»»i>ophes are much mote
frequent and destructive than in Trinidad.
On the whole we canoct but attribute the compara comparative
tive comparative small extent of the damage in town to the interven intervention
tion intervention of Providence, and the strength and solidity of the
We cauuot conclude this subject without an appeal to
' therfeeliugs of the public, and '.he pbilanthrophy which
the inhabitant* of Trinidad hare upon every occasion
shewn, not merely by empty but by active
benevolence, encourage* us to do so by the certainty
that our appeal will not be made in vain. We arc in informed
formed informed that many persons of limited circumstances
have suffered by the Earthquake, and that amongst the
number are several, the recollection of whose early days,
or the respectable rank in life in which they have been
accustomed to move, precludes the idea of their nicking
known the difficulties of their situation. Wc cannot
imagine a more grateful employmtnt to the wealthy
and respectable gentlemen of Tt inidad, then that cf en enqr.iiingout
qr.iiingout enqr.iiingout among the Miffeteu of last night, those on
whose scanty means, the repairs of even the trifling da damage
mage damage they may have sustained, will make a considerable
intoad and who will be found not only tn the usual
abode* of poverty and distress, hot in the dwellings of
* the respectable widowed mother, and bereaved orphan.
We have been very politely favoured with a
E' cojiy of a letter received in town from an Officer
atlachod to the French Squadron anchored off
Port an Prince, dated 17lh Joly, 1825, which
| g’tss an actcunt of the entire acknowledgement

of the independence of Hayti, nutkr certkin
conditions. We will lay the same before the
public in onr next, and for the present refer onr
readers to the (plowing article, extracted from
a late American paper, as to the substance
From Port-au Prince— By the brig Rebecca
& Sally, from Port aa-Prince, we learn that on
the 4th of July, a French fleet, consisting of 2
ships of the line, 8 frigates, 2 brigs and 1 schr.
anchored abreast of the strongest fo«t in ti.«
harbor. The fleet brought out an ambassador to
troll with the Hayliaa Government, on an cqui
valent for their independence. The negocta’.ions
lasted for five or six days, and resulted as fol
lows:—The Haytian Government to pay to
France 150,000,000 of francs, and the French
Colonies to have the privilege of tradingto Hayti
&r 6 years, by paying half tho usual deties.
We take the earliest opportunity of laying be before
fore before onr readers «qcft information contained in
the latest English papers, ns has not already ,
been communicated to tho public. Mr. S creta
ry Canning had experienced a severe attack of
the gout, • • unpet.-i d with ulartninginflamalory
.•’yuiptoriis, th t the latest inkili^-.-ace gi r b rea reasonable
sonable reasonable hopes that be would soon be restored to
health,' and enabled to discharge the duties oi
his office.
(Frcm the Ntto Yurk Statesman.)
Vaiiovs speculations aro'ind Jgcd r-s to the
probable course onr gorermnent ivill pursue with
regard to tho repnb io of Hayti, new that its
independence is acknowledged by France, whose
• ’aim to’ its ell •giauce, though dormant, has
novor before been formally roUoqcished ; and it
rs said by some th quiliity of the southern states, requires v.s to
hesitate in making a similar ; .;t cl rccognjiioq.
For ourselves, wo believe that wc ire too
widely separated from Hayti, to have any fear
that her example will produce diatiiTb'inces
among our slave population; and in this belief
we are strengthened by the fact tb:t, though
she lias been virtually independent fpr y ears,
and w« have dealt wiih and treated h r as an
actual an 1 snbsiniirg -’.. c, no s ;, h < i d conse consequences
quences consequences as are apprehended bare hilhnrto taken
place. Had, however,her example been calcu calculated
lated calculated to excite disturbances among th’- bin ks at
the south, it woni i not have required the aid of
an official acknowledgment of independence ou
our part to render it effective.
Onr refusal to recognise her character as r.
state in full (Sovereignty, ' snnot certainly affect
her actual independence; and if her
would probably lie a.tended hy 'bo dangerous
operation that is feared by terne, such r< iusal
could neither cheek nor limit that operation, nor
luiligak it in any n spobt wha’ ' r. T!ie only
preventive that coul i bs adopted would boa
suspension of all coruniertial iuterrojrsa be between
tween between the two countries; but as cur government
is probably nnprepared for a measure of this
kind to avoid on evil which our sxpcricnco has
not taught us to anticipate, we do not perceive
that any siibstantisi teasonexists for withholding
a full and formal recognition of her sovereignty
•n l independence Should inch recognition be
withheld,we think it questionable whether Hayti
would not pursue some measures of resentment
prejadicial to our commercial interests.

The Austrian Observer to the Bth Joly, re received
ceived received this tuerhiu extracts from the Ifydra
Gazette to the 23d May, a aeries of accounU »»
the warlika oporalimi#carryiagowdfj lheGr<'J;s
and Turk*-previously to tho capitulation of Na Navarino.
varino. Navarino. We have h< r.‘ very focuii-’ itrle’.s
of fighting, ui.ii now an 1 then a tuich of the
ridiculous; thus the ship in which Mauro
CORDato saved Li isr ls, after losing all his peo people,
ple, people, is represented to have, “ with oera Jible ho
roisnt, fought its way, ah i had to bont*nd for
five hoii s with 35 ships of the enemy and this
incredible b r»ism” was exhibited at the small
xpifnan <4 tu-o men killed and st.; wounded.
We short.d conjecture from this, tbtl the 35 as
saihnts must have been out of sight during the
actin’), or series, of actions, io which Mau-'
rocrdato’s vessel was an nt bly distia
guish* d-. Courier.
Private letters havelreen received from Rio,
dated Muy 21, with the intelligence, that on tbp
23-1 of that month Captain Grenfell was ex
pectetl to sail for Mooto Video, Laving under
ii:x convoy three transports and t,200 troops,
to reinforce tho Viscbnle de I nguira, who is in
some danger, from the attem 4 of the Buenos
Ayreans to deprive the Brazi iat; Empire of the
Banda Oriental. The Buenos Ayrcans claim
both Monte Video and the Banda Oriental, and
the Emperor is determined to retain them— lb
Mexican Mines.—Tho Egeria has brought
the intelligence of the arrival on the Mixie .a
coast of no less than three vessels from England,
with workmen and machinery, despatch- d for
one of th*’ gre.a'. Mining Con-panics. The ves vessels
sels vessels are, tho Rosalind, froih varpea; the Com
b>ia and A’o&e.’f Fuige,from Fdmt iib. Th
Cambria, our Readers may''ecuilect, was the
vessel which performed so a service in
the rcscoo of tho crew and pas.engers cf th-
Kent Indiatnan. The rains had set in on th*
Mexican coast some dajs before the departure
of the Egeira ; but onr newly arrived o i men rvmen (to the number in all of uearly one hun cl)
had safely reached tho Table Land; afle - wide!
the heat is no loeger oppicssivo laßrrcpeau


Lelters from Chili to tho Bth April were re received
ceived received yesterday. They stale that the proeeeu
logs es M. D’Egana respecting the formation of
iho Chilian Mining Association, had boon receiv received
ed received itsy the Government, and very favourably re reported
ported reported npou in the Journal entitled the Correo
de Arauco.
(From the Journal des Debats, of July 12 )
** A characteristic feature of the present sd sdmiuistration,
miuistration, sdmiuistration, and of their agents, is their total
ignorance oi the governments, manners, customs,
and polities of the people who are tho neigh neighbours
bours neighbours of France. It is necessary, therefore, to
inform them that England is now in a position,
both as regards her foreign and domestic policy,
which hitb rto has had no parallel.
“ Abrcad no one resists her, she has cc rival
she docs whatever she chooses, and has only to
intimate l»< r wish-.s and they ,src approved of.
In truth this approbation is not sincere, but some
Powers are fatigued, others are jealous, others
play a double game, and others again are feeble
anti exhausted.

“ Ono or two alteratives ought to have been
chosen- either to declare to the Cabinet of St.
Juncs that Continental Europe would coalesce
•< Gfci’. Britain if she acknowledged the
independence of die Spanish Celdnies, or to join
with her in tho recognition of iho Republics of
Buenos Ayros, Chili, Peru, Colombia, and
Mexico; but neither of tbesv has been adopted.
All will proceed then at raodom, so long as it
shah please God ; and eseb State will ignobly
follow, one after another, tbq steps of England,
who will lead tho world, «fter having profiled of
tli i fi - t mom 'ut to increase her commerce and
open new channels *.o her manufactures. Thus
foreign affairs offer not the smallest g.oun 1 of
cavil to the Opposition to avail themselves of, all
parlies agreeing in fl Imiriog tba measures of
Mr. Canning; or the majority of thp na'.i>.»
wishes only tho glory, the w ealth, '.nd the pouov
of Great B.itain.
in hka manner, in tha domestic politics all,
opposition has at present .iinappeared, Under
tho Ministry of Lord Londonderry the Gren Grenvilla
villa Grenvilla parly united itself to the Government; and
Mr. CANNING, in retninii’g to the Cab n t, nod
joining witlf Mr. UI'SKISSON and Mr. Robin
son, com dried tho union of the Opposition to
the Ministers.
•• Let an A Ithiniv’.ration be farmed in France
on the same principles, uniting the various
:ha I sos opinion, and composed of men the most
cap able anil tho most celebrated, and in the s rne
v y th* Opposition will uko cease to
G '.‘uil, — Mr. Martin attended yesterday
btfoio tao sitting Alderman. Sir Charles Flow Flower,4)?.
er,4)?. Flower,4)?. U to support an informalion he had pre previu;.
viu;. previu;. ? liid against ore William Boswell, a car carter,
ter, carter, it. ..he employ o'. Messrs. Randall, coal and
co, . a; rchants,
O . tho defends it’s making his appearance al
tho table, Mr. Martin, addressing (he Magis Magistrate,
trate, Magistrate, said, Sir, as I wa« coming to tbis'office
uu Monday, I saw this fellow flog the leading
horse of his team in the most wanton, btutfll,
sud shameful manner you can possibly imagine.
( never louder smacks of tho whip in all
my life, and they all fell upon tho poor animal's
bead, cars, cr muzzle. Ido not know what alt
this violence was used for, but the tellow was v
little bi hind Ida faro horse, and i verily believe
flogged him because be went straight on, and did
not know by inspiration that be waited him to
turn ronad into King street. Yon know wha!
•nrt of an instrument of punishment z cart cart,
, cart, S;r Charles, and this fellow was using
it with both bis bands, cud with a dexterity of
cruelly th 4, I •m quite sure, could not have
b'.c.n acquired aout Qroqh practice. I never
saw a fellow correct a horsp with more barbari barbarity
ty barbarity ; nud if the animal bad buen drubbed with a
hludg.-on, instead of a whin, bo "could not have
expeiicncod greater ptin. There was no excuse
for his conduct, for I never aax'v a horse more
bandy; or that drew more direct and properly.
H hat Lavo you to *ay for yourself? (addressing
the defendant.) Why, you ran on to tho horse
with the look un i manner of u fury.
The defendant meekly denied having used the
violence imputed to him, and be would take his
oath La did not strike the L-.rse more than three
times. Mr. Martin, be *ai .. . wrong in stating
that be was behind the j.
Mr. Marlin—ifeliind th ae, man, I said.
Defendant—Well, then, ir, that was my
proper place to be in. I called to tho horse but
ho did not mind mo, and I was obliged to fetch
him back A little whipping is sometimes
necessary to keep horses under control.
Mr. Martin—B it jour horse dont want whip whipping.
ping. whipping. I waited, Sir Charles, upon 'bi* man’s
master yesterday, who tol l mo that the horse
was one of the bq|l in the whole Aty, and would
Jo every thing but talk—that wa* his very ex expression
pression expression ; while he described the carter as a very
passionate sort of fe'.low. He bears, however,
otherwise a very good sort of character, and I
would therefore plead for him to your Worship
not tv inflict tho full penalty upon him. It is
proper, liowover, tint these pas«iq,nate sort of
fellows should be taught to keep their tempera.
1 have kirewn many men who would toke great
pains to keep their horses clean and comfortable,
who loved tbeir horses, and would oven steal
a\ corn to give them, and yet when they
g« t into one of tbeir passions, flog them very
? ~ Flower said,.the public were greatlv
’ • : t'» Mr. Martin f or tho introduction of
ae taw 1:3. if, more panic u’ "ly for the per
•cverisg exertions with whith he kept it in ope-

ration. He should certainly have inflicted the
full penally in ibis instance, but in consequence
of the defendant’s good chai actor, and the sug suggestion
gestion suggestion of Mr. Marlin, he should mitigate it to
ten shillings. ' ‘ ‘
Mr. Martin said ha fait much obliged to the
City Magistrates for the ready assistance they
had always afforded him in enforcing the provi provisions
sions provisions of the statute. He could not, Jflpvhjver,
help making one exception as tn the Alderman
who a short time since raised a »h’; whether
the informer could be admitted as a legal evi evidence,
dence, evidence, and since that another Magistrate had
taken it into his heed that two wnt.Csses were
necessary to enforce a conviction, lie differed
•a tsts from that opinion; and so satisfied was
ho of the intent <.( Ibb Legislature, that 83 a
Magistrate himseli he would at any time convict
upon the testimony ol one witness only.
The defendant paid tho penalty and costs,
Mr. Martin at the same time advising him to
learn to keep bis temper a little belter for tho
<»«*«■■*" MS
Death cf the Duke of St. Jihan's.— Died on Snnday
merninc, St. J»uie’i-iqw«, the Most
Noble William Besucletk, Btl> Duke ut Si Alban’* He Hereditary
reditary Hereditary Giand Falconer of England, in the QOib ye.-t
of hi* age; he is succeeded in his title* and estate*, by
hi* eide*t son William Aubrey de .'ere, Bud of Burford,
now D’.ke Os St. Alban's.
The Dukedom of St. Albans is the siath on tbs list of
English Dukedoms aud was conferred on tbe-fatnily us
Beaucieik by Cbarle* the lid. in tbuyear 1083. Ed.
Les Propri'taircs de 11 La Gazette da Port
d' Eepagnc” lairs sinceres vc merci mens an
Gc'dvcrncment de son suffrage, ct d i s
iabitars oui :.c sent emnrrsses d $ aboiir.t r d I nr
fiuitle, preuve i/ve Ic Prospectus qn'ils o ' . £
rhonncitr de l«ur sownettre n'a pas tie In cite
indifference. V ne leur re>ta done qu'd le ranplir
fin df nivtilcr la eo'fance. wise en evv.
L s an toncex, ordres ct communications d ncent
tire, envoy 1 .« d Clmprinteria de cette fcttitle les
tfercredis et Samedis avant midi, decant tire
distribute dans lupies midi.
public tst picvcui: qtiun despropriliaires
est sail nut .rise d soliciter pour les abonncniyns.
Nons avona eppri* quo la Franco a eefin ro rooonnao
oonnao rooonnao I’indcpi niunco d’Hayti, aotrcnicut dit
St. Domingue. Nous tacherons do dooner,
dans noit’o proebaiu uani’ro, les details *ur cotta
important ncuvclle.

Nous donnerons datis notre prochain numf*ro
k dfclail de Fepouvantable treinblcmciit de terra
qui a eu lieu hiur scir, le detent de terns ne nous
a pas perruis d’en dooner h traduction en<;ais
<;ais<;ais pour cette fois.
M ex 1 qub.—On a repu une sfrio du Sol, jour journal
nal journal -Mexicain, qui va jnsqu’au 21 Mai, et uno
gazettepfficieilc de ce jour. Cette con contient
tient contient lu discours prononce par le President des
Etats-Unis Mcxicaius a la clfiture de !a pre premiere
miere premiere session du federal et constituti constitutiounel,
ounel, constitutiounel, et la r6ponse du President du Congres.
Le traitb eotra le Mexique et la Grande Breta Bretagne
gne Bretagne a ratifie par la legislature. Le President
des F.tats en parlc uinsi dans son discours au
’* L’esprce itrangeun’esl pas moins fiattearet satUi'aisnnl qm celu!
de noire condition intlrieure, et les «4isiubres out uno
perspective, de fortuhe, de aplendenr et da grandeur
qne leg pmivoirs de la rlpublique consol'deroot par la
bonne fei, la justice et la moderation. L’Angleter.e, le
plus ptiis»«nt that de i’Eorope lelativetuent a uoits’ a
reconnti I’indlpendance d’Anahauc/rt cette nanon qni
vivant a mille lienes de nos ii»age* pent cependwt eir"
regardle conime habitat.t le conUnoni Ainlifeain et
bordaot nos confins, a coucln snr cette base de» trailer
d amiti6, de uavigaiivii et de commerce, qni out £te
dnement somai* aux cbambres, et unt maintenant
la»:r appruba'.ioti. Uu tel qui seta i'un de*
phi* memorable* de notre kiitoiie, atigroeute la pr.i*-
»ance el la consideration de In rZpublique ; et son »vm.
pie ne manq’tera p»s d'etre imite paries pui-xaHC-**
d’ouue-mer, qni »e peiivent, qaaud ui&ne < -e* 1,.
sire,- lent, r • . laire aiicuninal, et que nous ponvon*
avantsger •;; or onvrant no* matches kona la
garantie. P< te^’ccoulera-t-ilquelquesann^e* avant
qti’noe cert uisaaoce offte de non* reconuaiire et
ri’avouer !« i. uitC- de outre quoirpte
cette piiiMa dfi 6:re la pteruUre .1 U |>tc«Ur ; et
qttoiqn’ii ««• ■ -n prlsentl beaucoup iFoccoston* A cet
tffet, d£termii>Fe Asa propre destruction, et «xist»nt
dans nn 6iat de f.tiblesse »t do c- .x
»e ramment pour ditiger stir non* ■«*« rtgard* tc.< .r.s
Maia ces parexiame* de fureur cesseiont tin je r, . t
lo'sque i’cpoque de la reconciliation anivera, Cp,.’.-.e
que nous ne desirons pas ntoina pour tioti e bien qu â– ; 01. r
le si»n,—alori elle reconuaitra que peudant que sa rage
essayait de non* priver de U Itbnie et de
ton* s<» nous Atious, an en en•ers
•ers en•ers elle do sent mens de moderation, de bieateiiUuce
et de zbtii osite.

tRRIVKS do Newberg, par la Joclctt*
Lady Brooki, et 4 vcndre uhes ks Suua Suuasigner:
signer: Suuasigner:
594 Barils Farinc fine et snpeifiae,
93 ditto do.
25 Ba.ih Biscuits,
120 Barils Farine Mais,
7 de Ktz,
45 Baltes Tabae,
14 40 Q uarts ditu,
38 B.’rils Oignons.
3000 Merrciaa Kouge,
21 Septsfiilrt,

Aux Habitant de la Trinite.
D'nne Gazette qui »eta intihille
•• a Et pnblite le MERCREDI et le SAMEDI,
• E» Augluii it tn Francois.
IT'S Propri£t*tre* et I’lmpiimenr di “ La Gazelle
A du Port out t’hoimeur de prOeuir let
bibitaiix de la Trinitfe qn’il* ont aelietf di< proprktaire
da la ” Trinidad Gazelle,’’ Ivu* les droit* qo’i.i y posse,
dait, :l date; dn IS irlalant, ainsi quo ton* les n»r.en*ilea
ri'lmprimerie dont on »c «ervait pour imptimer cette
feuille ; et que, ayant obteou de Son Ever Hence Gir
Ralph James Woodford, Bsronet, Goveivenr et
Commandant eb Chet, etc. etc. etc., tire licence pour
Imprimer et pnblier la Gazette dn Fort d’Expagne, la
eonimettant, en mPine temps, la Gazette officieile de la
Colonie, Ila publieront le premier niimiro MERCREDI
ptocliMti le 21 du courent.
En piiaenfant an public la Gazette du Port d’Ea d’Eapattie,
pattie, d’Eapattie, et avsht de aollicitei leur protection, lea Pro Propritfairea
pritfairea Propritfairea se lunt un devoir d’expcwr lea pilucipe* q<»i
duivvnt l< a guider dans la redaction de lenr fenille et la
eondutte qu’ilx ae proposer,l de tcnir en la publiant,
eaplrant que I'un et I’antte lea detnonttefont dignea dt
la faveur dn public., et Centime tlx aont d/nd6s de ne pa*
*Vr,gager a anivre tine coudnile cans the anrai deter,
mint's de ne jamair a’ett Scatter, Hi aont asauils du
Cor.aiucti* de la nccrafitf de I’imparliaiil6 dan* tent
outrage de ceiia enpeee, tout tout quanJ it e*i lea til
dene la Colonie, et, pur consequent, doit fonrn'r an pt.b.
lie lea tnoyetia d'esptitner leura opinion* franrheinr nt,
et de dhzuter aan* t4*eive tout ce qni a rapport ana
intfifit* de In Colonie et de *<•* habiting, les Proprli Proprlitairea
tairea Proprlitairea de la Gazette du Port ne nts irent Io
public qu'ila ne aont poitci pour rowin paitj ni gouver*
nfa par anctine tbiorie favorite. G'tidf* par la
et la loyante ila ofFrent lent kuiHe librement pour I’ir.xer I’ir.xertion
tion I’ir.xertion de t jotca In*communlcatioua dont leur* amixdaigne amixdaignerout
rout amixdaignerout h e liouorer ; a qnelque degi£ qn’ellea pniasent dif diflerer
lerer diflerer dt a st nlim< tis dee proprUtairea, et poiirvnqn’ellea
ne coulicnuent lien de centralâ„¢ a la bienseanco, ellea
tronveronl tonjours uue place dana la Gazette dn Port
d*E:pagne; le Reda-teor, cepeudant, excitant sea
dioits de cenacnr de aa preate, ae reaerve l<> ponvnir
d’y oujonter )<.* remnrqne* qn’il jttgera neceasaire, afin
de prevenir, en t«tn /« •*»pv'obstten < u ** ten
aure, la cpncltwmn qu'vu * ■ <• tn, r, a’il gardait |<, qu’il acquiree anx opinions qui tout profeasee*
duns ha eomnmiiiCdi.ois qn’il rrquit, et enfin d'em pe pecker
cker pecker qne le public ne « onffml? s< a aentimi'ni avec ceux
de sea correspondent dont il difl’ere.
Le premier obj< t dee Propietairea sera de falre par parvenlr
venlr parvenlr an publie par la voie de leu: Oizetle autant da
ronnaissancea qne possible stir las affaiies Grangeres et
>'< inestiqnea ; ct cha cl u pi. f vciirment qui nrrivern, dans I'interienr, arrout
L.s Proclamations, ha decrm du Gouvernetnerit, les
A’is j idiciaiiea, leaordresilc la Police, etc. acront ton tonjunta
junta tonjunta interna dana ceite portion de la Gazette qui seis
de»ou£e aux avertissrniena.
L’£tat HCtm 1 des affaires de la Colonie exige la phis
grande attention de la part du Redacteur, qui n’eparg.
neia lieu pour mrttrea les babitans en pos esslon des
premieres nouvelfos. Son but eat de corteiNer et de
calmer lea esprits irriits, peul-ttre, par I’exagerativn
dont s’est servi un paiti, et I’epoin ante qni s'eat empath
de I’anlre. Et ce seta lotijours I’objet dea cffoita lea
plus asaidua du Redacteur d’etpoaer lea Gita avec ex.
actiliide.candcni et impartialitt,sans ae laisser entrainer
par I’eapiit de faction, sms aa laiaaer aveugler par aea
passions ou par aon iui6i£t.
Parmi lea nonvclles domratiqnea on trouvera tout ce
qui intcrcsae eu qni d'etre et les Pro.
•prWtalres nssurent de leur plus vive reconnaissance tons
ceux qui lea Isonoreront de communications. La Gazette
du Port d’Eapagne ne coutiendra jamais ce qni pent
blester la sentibiliie d'aueun individu; jamais eiie ne
sera do acandale on de la calomnie,
Dani la pottlon de la Gazette qni sera approprile anz
mlactHenkes, on trouvera toujonia re. qn’il y a de pins
hnpoi tant dans les Gazettes de Londrea et dee Cnlo-ies,
des avia litterairea e; d’antres communications laairnc laairnclives
lives laairnclives et antnaantes qui pour ton! paraiue dan* lee on onvtsges
vtsges onvtsges periodiquea. On y trouvera attsaj, one fois par
setnaine, IVtat daa marches de Londrea, le coins des
denr£es coluniales et d'autrea mst erea qui rcgaident le
En aidvant seriipuleuaemenr lea principes et la con condnile
dnile condnile qu’ila out expose dan* ee Programme, er en don donnant
nant donnant la plus grarde attention 1 lu correction de la prvase
et a la protnptt espvrent mlritet el obtenir la protection et i'appui du
pnblie. Ponr arriver ace but, ib n’lpatgnercnt aucune
dlpense et ila espereut que le talent et I’iodualrie ne
leur manqiieront pa*.
I.’lmprimeur offrts sea rernrreimena ties aincerea d
Son Excellence le Gouverneur et aux pub publiqnes
liqnes publiqnes ponr la bienveilianee qu’ila out daigne ltd mon
tier en ren voie par hquelle les piece* cfticiellc* puiisent parvenir
as public, et il ae repose avec auret£ anr son exactitude
a remplir aea devoirs pour »e garantir la contiuuatiuo
d’nne protection si
On enyerra les denz premiers nnmlros de “ Lt Gt.
zrtie du Port d’Eepagne” d ceux de« abor.n/s poor ‘ Li
Trinidad Gatetle" qni demeurent en Campagna, efin
qu’ile puitsent sane parvenir leoia ordrea, qni aofont
obfia avec exactitnde. Lea Propri premiere occasion da sollicker let ordrea du public de
la vilie.
Lea Commandana de Qnartiera recearont ia Gasstte
du Port d’Espagne comma e i’ordinaire,
Abnnnenifwt £5 par an, payable par six rnoie d’e d’evance.
vance. d’evance. On ne d:acontinnera do livrer la Gazette di n
abcrine qu’apres un moi* d'avis.
i°s sousacriptiona xeront refns aver rrcnnuaisa.* , nce
an Boreau de » La GautU du Port d’EipagM,” No. 28.
Rue Queen. ’
Lra tre* humbias et obeiasnnta serviteurs du pnblie,
Port d’Eipngne,
ee II September, 18?5.

g E Sousvigr.6 prie tons eecx qni out A rfecla rfeclacentre
centre Fhabitatkn Bonne A venture, de presen presenter
ter presenter leur* compUa au magasin de J< I’N Shine
A Co. Ic 30 Septerubte vu avant cette date.
Ccdrot, ce 14 Septembre, *825.
Esonssigneoffrci vondre, Un ALEMBIC
S .4 de DO gallons, pesant 4et. 3q 41b. Un autre
de GO galoos pesant 3ct. Oq. 231 b.
/* ?• relic »•' c proprete et celeritt,aux ercoig-
V& i' uures de* Rues Upper I‘nuce ct Henry.
21 1825.

a"" A r-argatson du brick Vniw, arritfce de
Middletown, snvoir :
32 jo!i» CH EV AUX de Voitare, de Selle el
de Cabrouet,
FA RENE de Mata, en et en bariis,
MAfS jarne, en poisons ct en sace,
Septembre, 1345.
N. B. Les Chevaui qui rcstcrout scrent mis
i i'ercan Vendredi procliuin.
L’ Habitai ion V(Jnion, silufe dans ie quartier
de Santa Crux, contenant 41 qnarrta de
Torre, 15,000 pieda Caf6 rapportant, 6000 pieda
Cacao,dout 20t Q rapportent, 8
Maison, Cqiaine, tout en his bon £tat, un Ca Cabronet
bronet Cabronet tout n?uf, et un vaillant Mulct.
Des conditions tri* atautugensea seronl of
fertes A un bon acquireur.
S’adresser, pour plus ancples io formations, i
Mme. Vo. Romberg, Rim Duke No. 71, Pro Proprietaire
prietaire Proprietaire de !a dite > ■ ’•b'laUcc.
21 Septembre, 18’25,
L£ Soassignt: prio tons ceux qni ont i re reclsuicr'contfo
clsuicr'contfo reclsuicr'contfo fen A lex andre Joubert,
de presenter'leura com pie* dans le cours d’uu
mois, b dater de co jonr, i Messrs. Auguste
Joubert et Joseph C. Lebre, qni sodi chsrgts de
la liquidation de cotte succession.
Le Sounignfe prie anssi tons eeux qni doirent
J la dite succession de payer le mootant de leurs
comptes immediatoment, nfin determiner Io
p’.ntdt possible les affaires de la succession.
Port d'Espayne, 21 Septembre, 1025.
MWERCREDI & JEUDI, 21 et 32 dn con-
IT H rant, par ordre de Samuel M.Cloo M.Cloostoun,
stoun, M.Cloostoun, Esq. Asa residence, Rue Clarence,
Metiblos elegants, Verrrg failles a faceties;
Porcelaine ; Livres ; Vins; Esclaveede vaieur;
Chevanx ; Voilurc* ; ct anlres efiuts de prix,
Quatre Bois de Lit, «t antra* ditto; Garde Garderobes;
robes; Garderobes; Bureaux; Tables; Sideboard; So
fas ; Lamnes ; Chandeliers ; Cylindres ;
Uoi* eerviaeede Porcelaine, pour le (Ujeuncr
la diner, et le dessert; Vaisselle de prix ;
ditto plaqtife ; Verres simples ; one Bjl.iio Bjl.iiolh£qoe
lh£qoe Bjl.iiolh£qoe de Livres cboisis ; Harnais ; Seilts ;
Articles d’Eourie; Utensiles de Cuisine, et
one grande vari&te d’objets d’utiliU douiev douievtique.
tique. douievtique.
mode pour la residence d’una fatnille, si I’on
n’en dispose pas avsnt le jour do

par contral particalicr.
On pent voir ee* objets le jour qni pr6c£dera h
icnte, et s\n procurer un Catalogue sur lea
iieux, cu an Bureau de I'Encan.
La rente comtuencera a onxe heurcs, et des
Billets cndos*£* et approutea, payables i un
moia, au Bureau de I’Encan, leront reyus en
payement. poor tousles achats audessous de
Cinquantc Pounds
10M Sept. 1825. D. V. Masters.
LES Sauwgoe* ofirent i vendre la Cargai Cargaisonde
sonde Cargaisonde ia Goeletle Chassevr, de Gibraltar,
consistac! en :
144 Barriqnea do Clairet;
156 Paniers de Huiie d’Olivo :
211 Pctichos ditto ;
85 Boltes ditn de Florence,
10 Septembre, 1825,
aux habitansT’
TFTN jeune bomroo fort enlondu dan* (ont
I. J co qui ooncerno h* Moulins a Vent, le
Cbsrrcnsga et la construction de* Baes a vesou,
desire de placer sur uneHabitation Suorerie; il
s'engager* i y tenir en bon ordre tcoe lobiti lobitimens;
mens; lobitimens; et sachant bicn faire le Sucre, il y d«
vjendra utile. La personne qui
voudra Tcmployer, dlpoeera uno lettre an Bu Bureau
reau Bureau de cette feuille, a I’adresse de A. B.
10 Septembre, 1825.
' * - ' - - ~ -T-
UN Cheval de Voiture ; uno Voitore do
I’icrention de Stanhope; Harnais.
S’adresser au Bureau de ceite Feuille.
7 Septembre, 18’25.
ON donne avi* public, qne ce Tribunal a’eat sjoarat
jnsqu'd Samrdi ter d'Octobre prochain.
Par ordre da la Cour, ce 5 Septembre. *825,
F. N.WEST, Ecritain.
ON Joiiue avi* public, que la vente de* p qni devait xvcirlien a la Porte dn Tribunal, le 19
Par ordre de la Cour, ce 5 Septembre, 18*5,
F. N. WEST, Ecritain.
Dana I’Affaire de
La cession de proprilti de Benjamin Hughes.
ON donne avis, que Lundi 10 Sapiembre prochain,
le* droit*, titre*, et intfrita de Montroae Philip
Mir la Habitation Retralte, Quartier de C4 mix en vente a ia porte du Tribonal, avec lea Etclave*,
Beitiaux, Baiimens, et autre* appartence* de la dite
Habitation Fetrailc*
Par erdre de la Cour, ce 13 Join,
i F. N. WEST, Ecritain.


Dam I’Affuire de
Jttme.t Wilxon v, Thomas Dakins.
ON donne avh, q.ia Liindt >9 Septembre proehain,
I’Habitatiou .S’utnt Clair Farm, vitnfe dan* le
quartier de Traga.ete, s*i»i dans cetle affaire, sera tni*e
en vente a la porte du Tribunal, avec se* Esclavea,
B._; jams, et Appartznances.
Par ordre de la Cour, ce 2(J Mai, 1825.
F. N. WEST, Etriouin.
Dan* i’Afizire de
John A. M. H. l.odevfzei v. Thomas Dakins.
ON donpe avis q< e Lundi, 19Septembreprnchain,
i’Habitation Ste- Claire, #itu de Tragurete, g«i«ie dans cette affaire-, aera m’se en
vente d la p*»rte de ce Tribunal, avec sc* Esclaves,
Bastiaux, 1 atimens, at auties apparteaances, uuisi
que xa recolie.
Par ordre de la conr, ce 26 Mai,
F. N- WEST, Ecrivaln.
Dan* I’Affaire do
Francis De Ricvx, Henry Dutasta at Sophie
Dutosta son erouse, et C. hl. Terras, iuteur
de C. J. Tertut, par ses reprfstntans F. De
JRieux ct C. Gerold, v. John Blackwood Sf Co.
ON donna avis, qno Lundi 24 Octol/re procliain, i!
ser* nii* en yente a la porte tatioc I’Habitatioc Belle Plaint, futnih dan* le Quartier d'Ariragua,
*vec *r.u FAtlffl ne, E*ela»e» et nitres appartenunre*.
sa.*le par guile dn procih dea plaignau* dans I’afiaire
Par erdre de la Cour, ce 31 Juillet, 1625,
F. N. WEST, Ezrivs-n.
Dana I’Affaire du
Concours des Criancicrs de John hl* Ewen et de
I'Habitation Mount Pleasant.
ON donne avi*, que Lundi 34 Oct'obre prochain,
I’Habitation Mount Pleasant, dans le Quartier de
laPointe a Pierre, sera mi* en vente a la porte de ce
Tiibuna), avec ses B&timens, Exclaves, Bettiaux et
antrea appartenance*.
Par ordre de ia cour, ce 2i Jnillet, 1825,
F. N. WEST, Ecrivain.
Dan* I’Affahe de
Francois De Ricnx, Henry Dutasta ct Sophie
Dutasta, v. lohn Blackwood, hiritier, et An Andrew
drew Andrew bohnstone, executtur testamentaire de
John B‘.ackwood, decide.
ON donne avi* pnblie, qno Lundi 24 Octobre pro prochain,
chain, prochain, rHabitaticn Belle Maine, dans le
Quartier d’Aricagua, saisle pour eut>e d'tin proems de*
plaignau* dan* cette affaire, sera mis en vente A la
porte du Tribunal, avec st* Bilim ent, Etclavee et
antra* npparteuanca*.
P»: wilre de la cour, ce 21 JulHrt,
F. N. WEST, Etnratn.
Dae: I’Affaire de
Louis Jobity t. John Blackwood 4 Co.
ON donne avisqu* Lundi, 19Septembre procbain,
I’Habitation Belle Plains, avec «es F.-lcavaa,
‘liltiinons, et autres appurtenances, * ; tn6e dan* le
Quartier d’Aricagua, same rtari cette affaire, scramita
’ en vente a ia ce Tribunal.
Par ordre de la Cour, ce *fl Mai,
F. N. W’ES’f’, Etrirasa.
Dan* I’Affaire de
Margaret Hors wick, par sen Procureur Joseph
Crabtree, v. John Shine et Henry Murray,
Exfcutenrs Testamentair cs de Patrick O’ Brien.
ON donne avis, cue Lundi 19 Septembre proeh*in,
il «er* mi* en vanie a ia porte du Tribunal, tou*
it* droit*, titre*, et intuits de fen Patrick O’Brien, et
tea droit*, »hre* et intfret* do la Succession du dit feu
Patrick O'Brien, car I’Habitation Diamond, *i c6e dan*
le Quartier de Dirge 'dartin, avec set Esclsve*, Bhi,-
mens, et ton* le* auiie* appartinance*; saiai* danr
ceite affaire, mo:n« qn’an priaisble on ne sati*fav*a a
cettn demonde.
Par ordre de 1« eenr, ce 0 Join, IMS,
F. N. WIiST, EcHrain.
Dsns I’Affaire de
Pierre Lcotand v. la Succession de Michael
ON donne avi* public, que Lundi S Octobre pro prochain,
chain, prochain, il »ere mi* en vente a la porte du Triluiial,
I’Habitation Belle i'ue, dan* le Quartier de St*. Anne,
»ai»ie dans eette affaire, avec sea Etclave*. Bitimen',
Beatianx, et toute* les autres dependance*.
Par ordre de I* ZO jour de Join, tß*s.
Fxerfant pour I’Fcrivoin
Dans I’Affaire de Joseph Danylade v Binckwcod.
h'rilier. et Andrew Johnstone (xfcuUur trato tratomentoire
mentoire tratomentoire de John Blackwocd, decede.
(kN donne avis nnblw..que Lundi J proebain,
-Fan hcure* da matin, it sera mi* en vente a la
porte de ce Tribunal. I’Habitation Soeverie appelife
tietrench, *itu6e den* I* quartier de Naparime Bud,
•vec »es Eachvea, D< -i>aux, Bitimena et toute* le*
autre* appaitenauc si le ont. formant la propriltl de
la ancceaaicn du dit f« u Juba Blackwood, et saiai i la
poutauite du Jemandeur,
Par ordre de la conr, ce J® Jnto, 18*5,
Ererfant pour V EcrivC.n.
Dana I’Affaire de
Made. Eliza Jesst v. les Exeeutcurs Testament
taires de Patrick O’Brien.
ON donne avi* public, que Lundi 3 Octobre prochain,
il «era nil* en rente a la porte du Tribunal, I’Ha I’Hatatior
tatior I’Hatatior Suererie appeke Aripero, »itnA dsna le Quartier
d’Orupoucbe, avec ie* Bestlaua, Bitimena, et toute* les
apparlenances de 1» dite Habitation ; !e tout formant la
propriltd de la Succession de feu Patrick O’Brien, et
•ahi dana I’affaireci-deasns.
Par ordre de la Conr. ce 30 Juio,
Exergant pour I'Ecrivein
Dan* I’Affaire de
Jean Jacques Sallier 4 Rose Bernard Sallier,
son cpmtse, v. .4m?usf« Imbe.t et Victoire
Imbert, son (pouse, et la Mincure Eipinet.
ON donne avi* pnblie, que. Lvndi t 9 Septembre pro prochain,
chain, prochain, il sera mi* en vente a la porf« du Tribunal,
I’Habitation Concorde, dans le qnartierde Naparime
Sud, avee le* Bitiuiens, Esclavea, Beitvaux, et autre*
Far ordre de la Cotir,c* 16 Juin, ißzs.
F, N. WEST, Ecm«:n.

Dans I’Afiaire de
George Muzino v. Le succession de Midul n-
ON donne avia public, que Lundi 26 !' £ T ‘-
chain il sera mis on vente a’TpotudS?’’’
’•Habitation Belle Vu*. avec , t , n' 098 * 1 ,
Bi imen* et toute* aea autre* appartenun... “ U!l »
daiti le quartier de Sto.Anne, et aaiata dan* cette' a
Par ordre de la Conr, ce 24 Join, *B ls> “ W, ‘
Excr f ant
Dau* I’AffalrTde """ ~~~
Placide Dumainc, tuteur du minrun p.-
Cayenne, v. Michel
ON donne avi* public, qn’il *era „ no u.
la porle dn Tribunal, Lnndi 19 Sert em i,,.Z *’’»’
wr portion de TERRE, appeMe Parocta
ie Quartier de Naparime Sud,
men* et autre* appartenance*; lei tout jais, **’ R#’l R#’l
- R#’l comme proprilie du d6fendeur. Qan * Cet!e
Par ordre de la cour, ce 16 Juin
F :_ N :’ WC3 L LcrfMi «.
Complaint Court.
ON donna avi* pul lic, que 1, precha| , ,
cette Conr *e tiendra, Vend,di c -. ialu n t r ,
proc.'utx. et qhe toutes le* peranum* q o ‘j , J, “ l(
de vomparsltie k 9 du courrnt, te
sequence. s ' CI e n ecu.
Par ordre de la Cour, ce 5 Septembre Irm
THE Subscriber bsing the Colony for England by ih o
opportunity that present* itself, rcquMi/.ii
person* to whom be may be indebted io render
their account* forthwith for adjuaimeot; ail( | a u
those against whom he may base any d cmiaiJ
arc particularly solicited to settle their resp ff '
live accounts, within two month* from date in
order that he may be enabled to close his *ffij re
by that time.
Any person who may have paid their Sob Sob•criptions,
•criptions, Sob•criptions, in advance, for “ The Trinidad Go.
zitte" will have it returned them oo thodcciâ„¢
the Receipt far the same.
r , J , Wm. lewer.
hederick-strcct, \Alh Sept. 1825.
WJ GW landing from the Brig Parker, w «»
-L W for Pale by the Subscribers, it their
respective Yards and Stores:—
90,000 fcel white pino BOA RD6 4 PLANK*
7,000 R. O. STAVES
30,000 Cedar SHINGLES;
128 Barrels Kuperhne FLOUR;
170 POLES;
14fA Sept. 1325.
I. » "■■■'< ■ - -■ ■ 1... r- - J IVi H-I 1 J
>UST imported and for S»b by the Sub Subscribers;—
scribers;— Subscribers;—
160 Bags RICE;
205 Boxes CA N OLES, Gt 4,6, 8 and 1C’»; .
CLARET, in Demijeana.
14tA Sept. 1825. ’
FfllHE Sobiciibcra offer for Sale, th«Cirg«
3 of tl*e Schooner Chasseur, from Gibraltar,
Consisting of
144 Casks CLARET;
150 Baskets Sweet OIL;
211 Cansvetts ditto.
85 Boxoa Florence do.
10/A Sept. 1825.
A YOUNG MAN, completely tn
j » the Wiadmill and Cartwright
and Vai making, will taka a silmtioo 0 1
gar Estate, an -1 pledge* h;ia*elf to k»'t*
Buildings inorde.*: and treat* from the c *'
ledge he has of Sugar making to make hinwii
generally nicfnl.
A Loiter adreased to A. 8., and left it tJ ’
Gaxelle Ollioe, will be attended to.
101 h September, 1325. •
A T the Office of this Paper, the fo!h»’’l
approved Blank Forms:—•
Bills of Exckangi, [Ships’ Articles, ,
Bill: of Sale, Prices Currenf,
Bills of fading, powers of Attorney,
Exporter's Certificates, â– Baker's Returns,
Ships’ Manifests, [Flow Holders’»ds.
* 4 L S o,
The Plantation Record Book, soi k*
Majesty’s Ord hr in Council of tb« !Olh 0
Mamh 1824 in French, And Blank Forms
Plantation Returns, under the Order tn Loan- •
In all its various branebea, executed “
Office oo the shortest notice, with n® 4
accuracy, ai?d dispatch. .
Brinted and Publiskc ' for the Propriety
Jens HoiM*n&Ce.
At the Orvice, Na SS, Qgero-*’^ f *
Where Adretfitements. Comipunicuti'-n-.f l - 1 ®
will be thankfully received. J