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Royal Gazette

June 15, 1793

Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies


On the Kingston, Harding, from London, Mr. Mather and Mr. Beson.

On the Wilding, Atkinson, from Liverpool, Geo. Shaw, Esq. and Mr. Wm. Tallard.


His Majesty's packet Antelope, Capt. Kempthorne, with the mail for Great Britain, sailed from Port Royal on Monday morning; passenger, Mr. Francis Robinson, Attorney at law.

May 31 Eliza Cole, Clarendon

" Martha Yorke, Clarendon

June 1 Sarah Cox, St. Mary

" Mary Cox, St. Mary

" John Banks Cox, St. Mary

" Sarah Hilton, St. Ann

" Margaret Lindsay, Kingston

" Alexander McGregor, St. Ann

" Harriot McKee, and a Negro girl Hattie, Kingston

" Polly, a mulatto, Kingston

" George Peacock, St. James

" John Thompson, St. James

" Thomas Watson, St. James

June 3 John Blackley, Kingston

" James Holmes, St. James

June 5 William Mackenzie, Clarendon

June 6 James Fraser, Kingston

Jun 8 Stephen Hill, St. Catherine

" William King, St. James

" Sarah King, St. James

" John Robertson, Kingston

June 10 William Harper, Kingston

" John Harper, Kingston

" Sarah Harper, Kingston

" Henry Smith, Kingston

" Charles Trute, Kingston

" Jane Trute, Kingston


In Spanish Town Francis Smith, Esq. to Miss Melicent MacCulloch, daughter of the late George MacCulloch, Esq..

In this town, Mr. Robert Fergusson, Merchant, to Mrs. Sarah Ewbank, relict of Mr. Ferdinando Ewbank, deceased.


At Fairfield, in the parish of St. James, the infant daughter of John Robert James, Esq.


Certain accounts are received of the capture of the brig Jennet, Campbell, from Leith and Madeira, bound to this port. She was taken by a frigate and carried into ? Cayes, and had on board more than 150 pipes of Madeira wine and a considerable quantity of dry goods. She was consigned to Messrs. Kennedy and Wilson, the latter of whom was a passenger in her.

The ship Brothers, Withers, from this island, bound to Liverpool, was wrecked, the beginning of March, upon Key Sel in the Gulph of Florida. The crew were saved, and carried home by the Mary Ellen, Johnson.

Captain Lowrie, of the brig of Little Sarah, lately captured by the Ambuscade frigate, is arrived in this town, from Port Antonio, which he came passenger in a schooner from Philadelphia. The schooner came down the Delaware under American colours, and passed another French frigate, the Aigle, going up the River.

CAVEATS entered in this Office

On whose Estate/By whom entered

Jun 1 Hanson, Patrick by James Hardyman

Jun 1 Doyle, Wm. by Lienian MacNeal

Jun 3 Shrear, Daniel by George Scott

Jun 3 Preston, House by George Bogle

Jun 8 Price, Thomas by Benjamin R. Bradley

Jun 8 Corbett, Daniel by John Carroll

Jun 11 Gall, George by Theodore Foulks

Jun 12 Sproston, Grace by Thomas Ayney

Jun 13 Brown, John by James Amoss

Jun 13 Rutherford, Lydia by Henry Redwar

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