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Royal Gazette

January 19, 1793

Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies


In the Bushy Park, from London, Thomas Dunly, Esq. and Mrs. Beath.

In the Jamaica, from Bristol, Mr. and Mrs. Murray, Dr. and Mrs. Cliff, and Mr. Gordon.

In the Arethusa, Mr. Caveral and Mr. Beaver, from Madeira.

In the Bell, from Greenock, Messrs. Williamson, Ballantine, Stewart, Taylor, Hemming, Gordlet, and Quartermaster McKay of the Royals, with twelve recruits for that regiment.

In the Active, from Dublin, Mr. Thomas Johnston, and Mr. Francis Dowling.


In the Princess Royal, for Liverpool, Major Spencer, of the 13th regiment, and Captain Block, of the 49th, went passengers.

In the Nancy, for Greenock, went passenger Mr. James Crow, of St. Elizabeth.

In the Thomas, for Leith, Mr. Alexander Goodsir.

Jan 12 David Stewart, Kingston

Jan 14 John Blackburn, sen., St. Thomas in the Vale.

" " Jean Edwards, St. Ann

" " Sophia Edwards, ditto

" " Robert Finnan, Kingston

" " Solomon Levy, ditto

" " David P. Mendes, ditto

Jan 15 Samuel P. Tavares, ditto

" " Patrick Telfer, Trelawny


In this town, Mr. Wm. Nich. Bailey, to Miss Elizabeth Stiles.

In Liguanea, on Thursday last, Mr. James Colthirst, of this town, merchant, to Miss Salt and Mr. Robert Leslie, Attorney at Law, to Miss Nailor.

On Thursday last, at Johnstone estate, in this parish, Benjamin Hindes, Esq. of St. Ann to Miss Watt, daughter of John Lindsay Watt, deceased.


Yesterday fortnight, at Mahogany Vale, in the parish of Port Royal, Mr. Peter Patter, of this town.

At Bachelor's Hall, St. George, the 7th last, John Lowe, Esq.

At Gibbon Estate, in Vere, the 11th last, Mr. John Walker, blacksmith and plumber.

In Liguanea, Mr. Francis Allwood, an old inhabitant of this town.

In this town, Dr. Hugh Evans, of the ship Kitty, and Master James Bartlet, infant son of Mr. Robert Bartlet..

At Savanna la Mar, the infant daughter of George Woodbine, Esq.


Churchwardens and Vestrymen for Westmorland, elected the 15th last:

Churchwardens: - William Hay Davis, and Francis Robertson.

Vestrymen: - John Graham, Hugh Wilson, George Woodbine, David Murray, James McIntosh, Samuel Dellap, James Dunn, Wm. Lock, Archibald Duthie, and Jacob Johnson.

At a meeting of the Vestry on Tuesday, for the purpose of choosing parochial Officers, and doing other business, no alterations took place except in the appointment of Mr. William Young succeeded in the place of Mr. Francis Pitt, deceased.

CAVEATS entered in this Office

On whose Estate, and By whom entered

Jan 11 Black, Robert by David Cooper

Jan 11 Bunn, Isaac by William Rose & Robert Chamberlane

Jan 14 Wilson, Ann by Jonathan Brown

Jan 16 Mitchiner, Thomas by J. Cunningham & the rest of the Creditors

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