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TRINIDAD ALMANAC

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FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD


1827;

Being the Third after Bissextile or Leap Year.



CALCULATED TO THE MERIDIAN OF PORT OF SPAIN,


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PORT OF SPAIN:


PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN HOLMAN & CO,
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Cor-eatious aud aRtetrationto
WHILE PRINTING.

PAGE 17.
Secretary to His Excellency The GOVERNOR, FREDERICK J. G;
HAMMET, Esq., instead of P. D. SOUPER, Esq
To the List of His Majesty's Council, add the Honorable HENRY
MURRAY and the Honorable L. F. C. JOHNSTON.
Deputy Secretary & Clerk of Council, P. D. SOUPER, Esq.
Deputy Secretary to the Illustrious Cabildo and Registrar of Deeds,
P. D. SOUPER, Esq.
PAGE 18.
In the List of the Members of the Illustrious Cabildo-Deputy
Secretary and Registrar, for HENRY MURRAY," read '" P.
D. SOUPER."
New Membeis, SciPN DE BARES: Regidors.
Ne......IALEXANDER M'ALISTER. I
Porter, THOMAS BREATHWITH instead of J. M. SCHULLER.
PAGE 23.
In the several Tribunals of Royal Audiencia, Appeal of
Civil Jurisdiction," Appeal of Criminal Jurisdiction," and
Tribunal of" Intendant, for the Recovery of Debts due to the
Royal Treasury," read" Escribano, W.W. WaIGoT," instead
of P. D. SOUPER."

MILITRA FO.WSSi
I'AGE 34.
LOYAL- TRINIDAD BATTALION.
Promoted to the rank of Liautenants,
Ensigns JosEPH WIARNER,
J& S. WAIW.unv HT, Commission; dated
GRAY POLLOCK, C 17t, JuiLy, 1327.
ALBERT W. MURRAY .),
To be a Cadet, CHARLES KNox,..



















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Acomplant and Judicial Referee, his Fees ................6
Advocates, List of......................................25
- -- their Fees...................................55
Alcaldes de Barrios, List of. ..........................19
Alguacils, List of.................................... ib.
Alguacil Mayor, his Fees... ......................... 58
Apothecaries, List of Licensed............................ 27
Appraisers, their Fees.................................57
Army, British, on the Windward and Leeward Island Station, 39
Bakers, List of Licensed................................ 28
Bequests, Duties on.....................................47
Boats plying for hire, Rates ojkFares of...................61
jBocas, Directions for entering th'e.......................68
Bread, Tariff of ........................................28
Cabildo, Members of..................................18
--- Secretary to, his Fees...............................50
Calendar ............................................5-I1'
Catholic Church......................................20
- Committee for Building ...................2
-- Fees taken by the Rev. the Curates of.......64
Civil List........................... .................. 17
Chronological Cycles................................... viii
Coco-nut Oil, Establishment for the Manufacture of..........22
Colonial Duties .......................................
Commissary of Population 4- Surveyor. General's Department.. 19
-- Fees of Ofice of ................. 4
Complaint Court, Officers of.............................24
-- Fees taken in..........................54
Council, Members of the Honorable Board of.............. 17
Court of First Instance, Officers of........................24
Court of Vice Admiralty, ditto ....... ................. ib.
-- -- --- Fees of .......................52
Court for the Trial of Criminal Prosecutions, Officers of.....2
Court of Criminal Inquiry, Officers of.................... ib.
Court of Alcaldes in Ordinary, ditto................ .....ib.
Court of First Instance for the Trial of Civil Matters, Fees-
taken in..........................................
Curt for the Trial of Criminal Prosecutions, Fees taken in..53
Customs, Oficers of ....................................19
Droghers, Rates of Freight for ........................ 2
Druggists, List of............................ ......... 28
Duties payable upon Imports according to Act 114 Geo, IV...483










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Escribanos, their Fees,. ...... ........................55
Governor, Office of the Secretary to, Fees taken in..........41
Half-pay Oficers residing in the Island, List of............39
Infirmary ...........................................22
Interpreters, List of....................................25
---- Fees of...................................56
Wharf and Quay, Committee for the Management of.........21
Lands, Grants of, Fees on..............................47
Law Department .....................................23
Mail Boats, Rates of Passage in.......... ...............63
Masonic Institutions. .................................67
Medical Board, Civil....................................20
Militia ................................21
Medical Practitioners, List of..........................27
Military Department............. ...................29
Militia, Trinidad Regiments of...........................30
-- Field Officers and Captains, Trinidad..............31
-- Forces, 1st Division.............................33
2d Division............................36
3- d Division..................... .......37
--a -- Staff ........................... ... 31
Militia Duty, Finesfor being absent from ..................
Missions, Corregidors of.................................26
National Schools, Male and Female ........................22
Notaries Public, List of................................26
Fees of ................................59
Officers of Government .............................. 17
Police Department, Office's of...........................19
Port of Spain, Lot. and Long. of.........................
Distances East and West from...............70
Porters, Fares o..............; ....................... 66
Poundage, Rates of ........................ .......... 62
Prohibitions and Restrictions according to Act 114 Geo. IV-.46
Protestant Church ........... ......................... 20
-- --- Recto, of, his Fees..... ................63
Quarters, Commandants of..............................26
Registr-,r's Offce, Fees taken in...........................42
Roads, Commis/ioners frr the Improvement of..............27
---- Commissione; s of...................... ....... ib.
Royal Gaol, Officers of .................................20
- Fe:s f ............ ..-............ 53







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Schools, Colmittee for................................... 21
Signal Stations, Officers at the..... .....................27
Slaves, Registrar of, his Fees ...........................42
Solicitors, List of.................................... .25
- -- Fees of.....................................56
Spanish Weights and Mleasures.........................66
Sugar, Rates of Tares allowed on, imported into GreatBritain ib.
Surveyors, List of....................................... 20
-- Fees of...................................... 48
Surveyor-General's Office, Fees taken in ..................ib.
Surveyor of the Town, his Fees ......... ........ ....... 60
Taxador, his Fees............ ....................... 58
Taxes, Colonial................................. .....46
Tide Table...........................................xiii
Treasury Department, Officers of......................19
lribunal of the Royal Audiencia, Oficers of...............23
- -- of Appeal of Civil Jurisdiction, ditto..............ib.
--- of Appeal of Criminal ditto, ditto ............ib.
--of Intendant, ditto......... .....ib.
-- of Appeal, Cicil, Fees taken in................. .49
- Criminal, ditto ...................50
- ofIntendant, ditto ...................ib.
Trinidad District Committee of the Society for the Promotion
of Christian Knowledge................... ..... ....22
Vaccine Institution....................................21
Vendue Office .......... ................. ................28
Weigh Master at the King's Wharf, his Fees...............61.
Wharfage at San Fernando, Rate of......................ib.
-- Rates of, at the South Quay......................62












MEMORANDA FOR THE YEAR 18!7


CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.
*ominical Letter .---- GI Solar Cycle n........
Lunar Cycle or Golden Roman Indiction..-.... 15
Number -,,..-- --,, 4 Julian Period .. .-- (i540
Epact n-n-n-nnnnnnnnnn 3

MOVEABLE FEASTS.
Septuagesima.Sunday Feb. 11 Low Sunday ..... April 22
Quinquagesima Sund. 25 ligation Sunday --1May 20
Ash Wednesday, or Ascension Day,or Holy
first day of Lent.-- 28 Thursday ---... 24
Mid-Lent Sunday .--Mar.25 Whit Sunday.--..June 3
Palm Sunday -...- April S Trinity Sunday -. 10
Easter Day .-.....- 15 Advent Sunday-,-Dec. 2

EMBER DAYS.
March........ 7, 9, and 10 September.... 9, 21, and 22
June.......... 6, 8, and 9 December....19, 21, and 22

ECLIPSES OF THE SUN AND MOON.
O April 26, invi%. at Trinidad. Q Oct. 20, invis. at Trinidadi
) May 11, vis. 21. 42m. morn. ) Nov. 3, invis. at Trinidad.

HIGH WATER
AT THE CHANGE AND FULL B10ON.
In the Harbour of Port of Spain...............41). 25m. 22q.
Boca de Monos ..........,,................31-. 49m. 50s.
Boca de Navios ...........................3h. 29m. Os.
Punta de Gallos............................41. 3m. 2Ss.

SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC.
yp Aries. s Cancer. j Libra. '/ Capricorn.
8 Taurus. ,Q Leo. 1)t Scorpio. Aqualins.
II Gemini. It Virgo, Sagittarins X Pisces,
O Sun. ) Moon. () Earth.







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TELEGRAPHIC SIGNALS AT FORT GEORGE.
Mail-Boat. 48 Rudder damaged.
2 The Mail is going ashore. 49
3 Looks like the Mail-Boat. 50 Wants a Pilot.
4 Spaniards. 51 Requires assistance.
5 Independent-s. 52 Messrs. J. & H. Graham's
6 American-s. Signal.
7 French. 53 Messrs. R. & W. S. Neilson's.
8 Dane-s. 54 Mr. Crabtree's.
9 Swede-s. 55 Messrs. F. M'Martin & Co.'s
10 Hanse-Town Flag. 56 Mr. Wallen's.
11 ColombianLaunch-es. 57 Messrs. Sherlock, M'Gee &
12 Dutch. Co.'s
13 Portuguese. 58 Mr. P. B. Galway's.
14 Army Vessel. 59
15 Steam Boat. 60 Mr. Cha ik ugon's.
16 Transport-s. 61 Mr. Jamel ark's.
17 Sloop Lion. 62 Messrs. G('ge Bland & Co.
18 A Drogher. 63 Messrs. Gray, Roxburg & Co.
19 Ship Vittoria. 6 Messrs. G. & R. Dennistoun
20 A Sail not distinguished yet. & Co.'s
21 At Anchor below the Islands. 65 Messrs. John Shine & Co.'s
22 Ditto, above ditto. 66 Mr. Jasper Lyon's.
23 In Chaguaramas Bay. 67 Mr. S. Driggs's.
24 To Windward. Messrs. B. & W. Robert's.
25 To the Northward. t
26 To Leeward. 0 Mr4John Wainwright's.
27 Anchored outside the Bocas. 21 Mr.:Francis Bickley's.
28 Ditto off Macaripe. 72 Mr'Coppinger's.
29 73 Messrs. Barlett & Co,'s.
30 Anchored off the N. Post. 74
31 Ditto off Saut d'Eau. 75 Messr..M'Donnel,Haly &Co.
32 Ditto off Maraccas. 76 M:'ssrs. Marache & Scott's.
33 Ditto off Las Cuevas. 80 Messrs. Mackintosh's.
34 81 Messrs. Corrie, M'Alister &
35-Close in. Co.'s
36 Very far out. 100 Will pass the Bocas soon.
37 Same Ve-sel as yesterday. 101 Will not pass the bocas to
38 Same Vessel as the day before. night.
39 Out of sight. 102 Will not pass till the morning.
40 Has come in from the South- 103 Will fetch the Bocas on this
ward. tack.
41 Appears to be in distress. 104 Cannot get through.
42 Is agrond. 1105 Calm outside.
43 Has lost a Topmast. 1106 Blows hard Outside.
44 1107 Hazy.
45 Has made a Signal of Distress. 108 The Wind is Westerly,
46 Main-mast damaged. 1109 Merchant Vessel-s.
47 Fore-mast damaged. 110 Shews no Colours.









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111 Shews Colours which I can't 120 Has a General Officer on
distinguish. I Board.
112 HasaPrivateSignalunknown. 121 Arrived in the Night.
113 Has no Private Signal. 122 Sailed in the Night.
114 Appears to have Lumber on 123 Bound to the Main.
Deck. 124 Standing for Grenada.
115 Appears to have Stock on 125 Standing to Windward.
Deck. 126 Standing Off and On.
116 Appears to be Fish laden. ,127 Is Lying to.
117 Has Troops on Board. 128 Has made Sail.
118 Has a Flag on Board. 129 Drifting.
119 130 Annuls Signai-last made.




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SEWING THE TIME OF HIGH WATER AT PORT OF
SPAIN;
From August to December 1827.


AUGUST.

_A. M.P. M.
h. m.h. m.
111i 811 32
211 5212-20
3112 44 1 8
4 1 32 1 55
5 2 20 2 44
6 3 8 3 32
7 3 53 4 20
8 4 44 5 8
9 5 32 5 56

i1 7 8 7 32
12 7 56 8 20
13; 8 44 9 8
14 9 32 9 56
-1510 2010 44
1611 811 32
17 1 5612 20
IS121 44 1 8
19' 132 1 6
20 2%0 2 45
2i 3 7 6 31
22: 3 50 4 0
23 4 45 5 10
24 5 t5 6 0
25; 625 6 50
26 7 15 7 40
27 8 6 8 32
.28 8 58 9 24
-29 9 5010-16
3010 42111 8
3111 3412 0


SEPTEMBER.

A. M.P. M.
h. m.h.sm.
12 2612 52
1 18. 1 44
2 102 2 86
3 2 3 28
3 54 4 20
4 40 5 8
5 31 5 56
6 20 6 44
7 67 32
7 561 820
8 41 98
9 329 56
10 2010 44
11 811 32
11 5612 20
J2 44 1 8
1 32 1 56
2 20 2 44
3 8 3 32
3 55 4 20
4 45 5 10
5.35 6 0
6.25 6 50
7 15 7.40
8 6 8 32
8 58 9 24
9 5010 16
10 42 11 '"
113412 0
12 2612 52


OCTOBER. NOVEMBER.

A. M P. .M.. M.P. M.
hI m. A. m.. hm.'h. m.
1 18 1 44 2 12 2 38
2 10 2 36 3 4 3 30
3 2 3 28 3 57 4 20
3 54 4 20 444 5 8
4 43 5 65 32 556
5 29 5 52 6 20 6 44
6 15 6 38 _T 8 7 32
7 1 7 24 7 56 8 20
7 47 8 10 8 44 9 81
8 13.8 36 9 32 9 56
8 50 92210 2010.44
9 4510 811 8 si 32
10 30 5211.5612 20
11 14f 3612 44 1 8
11 5812 20 1 32 1 56
12 421 2 20 2 44
1 26 1 48 3 8 3 32
2 10 2 2 3 544 20
2 54 3 16 4 43 5 8
3 4 4 20 5 33 5 56
4 45 5 10 6 16 6 44
5 35 6 0 7 8 7 32
6 25 6 50 7 57 8 20
7 15 7 40 844 9 8
8 68 32 930 9 56
8 58 9241020 1044
9 50 1 16111 811 32
10 4211 811.55 12 20
1 3412 012 44 1
12261 2 521 521 1 56
120 1 46


DECEMBER.

A. M.P. M.
.h m.h. m.
2 20 2 44
3 8 3 31
3 54 4 20
4 44 5 8
5 31 5 56
6 20 6 43
7 8 7 32
7 56 8 27
844 9 1
9 32 9 59
10 20 10 V5
11 711 33
11 5612 20
1244 I 8
1 33 1 55
2 20 2 44
3 7 3 32
3 57 4 20
4 45 5 10
3 35 5 59
6 24 6 49
7 14 7 36
8 0 8 25
8 50 9 14
9 4010 4
10 30t10 53
11 1911 43
12 812 30
12 54 1 18
1 45 2 8
2 33 2 58








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JANUARI begins on Monday, hath XXXI Days.


PHASES of the MOON.

D. H. M.
First Quarter 4 8 6 P.m.
SFull Moon - 13 1 56 A.M
: ( Last Quarter 20 0 42 A.M
= New Moon -27 5 40 A.m~. 61h 5

1M Circumcision. 11941
2 Tv
3 W
4 l Sir Isaac Newton born, 1643.
5 F 1842
6 S Epiphany

7 G Ist Sunday after Epiphnny 1743
8 M Lucian.

low
IO0W
11 1%i
12 F 1644
13 S Hilary.-Cambridge Term begins.
-1 -
14G 2d sunday after Epiphany
15M D.of Gloster b.1776.-Oxf.T.beg.
16TV Scotch Union, 1707. 1545
17,W
18 TPrisca.-lst DEC. MAIL Due.
19 FIF tn. 1 14 46
20W S ()Ienteh :' 2h. 3m. p. M.

21 G 3d aUft.E hany-St.Agnes.
22M 1347
23 To Hilary' 5 e nn

25 IConversion~ fS ~of
6 F ':S- s
27 S Duke oflSusiexhbo 117;3. 12 4E

28 G 4th sunday after Ep any
9 M King George IV. Accession, 1820
O'Tu King Charles I. Martyr.
31 WKing George IV. Prrorluaimed.1 20.


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I. M. H. M

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10 91 1I 4'
55 59
11361146 5
12 8 233
67 121 6

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221 57
31i 346 7
58 434
448 522 8






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1032 1038
11 18 11130
12 9 1227 11

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256 330 12
358 430
459 5291
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FEBRUARY begins on Thursday, hath XXVIII Days.

S PHASES of the MOON.

D. H. M. GO M cn W
)) First Quarter 3 5 0 P.M. i
o Full Moon,.. 11 6 17 P.M.
( Last Quarter, 18 9 4 P.M.
= O New Moon.. 25 6 8 pM. 6i 5h H.I. H. M. M..

I TTIgnatiii. [MAIL Due. 1248 10 2 10 16 1354
2 F pulr of B. V. Mary.-2d DEC. 4811 614 2
3 S Blaise. 1149 1129 51 9
4 G 5th sunday after Epiphany 112 12244 1
6 M Agatha. 58 1 2 2.
6 T Dorothe. 46 222 25
7 W 1 235 36 9 29
8I T 1050 323 5 31
1 9 F 4 16 444 3
;10 S 1 5 4 5 27 35

11 G Septuagesima Sunday 55 3
12M Hilary Term ends. 646 3
13 Tc 7 388 7 42 34
14W Valentine. 951 827 81 34
15 t t JANUARY MAIL Due. 13 29
16 F 10 2*10|22 C
17 .M s.-D. 55 11

8 GiSeag-es.S.-Trinide taken,1797. 11 5 12 1
OM () enters ( at 4h. 46m. A. M. 852 1247, 19 12
20 T r 1 e42 22 61
21 242 318 1is5
a' .342 412 52
23 F Cambridge Term, div. m. 0, S5' 3 44
24 S St.Matthias.-D.of Camh. b.1774. 532T 50 31i

26 G Quinquuagesima Sunday 55 6 5 27
26M 627 31 i7
27|Tu Shrove Tuesdny 715 7 19 7
28 W Ash Wednesday 1. W 8 2 56










MARCH begins on Tihrsday, hath XXXI Days.

PHASES of the MOON.
- t ----------. S
D. H. M. tr Cr pr
) First Qnarter 5 2 21 P.M. '
Full Moon,.. 13 8 3 A.M. ?
S D Last Quarter 20 4 16 A.Ml.
F New Moon.. 27 7 50 A.M. h 511 H. i. H, M. s.

1 David, [Due. 6 54 8 2 '50 x2,44
2 F Chad.-2d JANUARY MAIL 924 946 2
3 S 10 8036 20
4G 1st Sunday in Lent 54 x 26 7
551 555 1 42 12 l4 1159
6 bi Cambridge Term ends. 12 38 1 ,2 40
7 W Perpetua.-Oxford Term ends. I 20 52 25
STrfu 2 7 239 11
F 456 58 324 10 5C
SS 3 50 4 10 40

SG 2d suday in Lent 4 4i 53 24
2M regory, Martyr. 582 5401 i 8
l3TcU 357 625 6271 956
14 W 7 2 720 34
15'Th 8 3 8 7 17
16 F 56 918
17S St. Patrick. 258 950 0 201 843

18,G 3d sun. in Lent-Edw. K. W. Sax, 1049x2 25
19 M Joseph, Patron oJ Trinidad. 1 43 12 17 7
20 Tl 159 12,4 xI 7 7-40
21W Benedict.-(-ent.; 4h. 57m.An i 1140 2 0 i3
22'Ilst FEBRUARY MAIL Due. 2 47 3 3 S
23 F i 31 5i 654
24 S Fire in Port of Spain, 1808.. 61 421 435 36

25 G 4h sound. in Lent-- id- Let sound. 5 13 5 19
26 [Annun.ofB. V.M.--.Oxford and 6 2 6 4 559
7 TV [Cambridge Terms begin. 5h i i7 26 40

ustatins. 7 7 48 4
0 F| 8 10 8 36 445
II S I 55 9125 27
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APRIL begins on Sunday, Ildth XXX Days.

PHASES of the MOON. )

D. H. M. p
]) Firt Quarter 4 10 19 A.M.'
O Fnll Mloon,.. 11 7 17 A.M.
S( Last Quarter 18 11 13 A.M.
I O New Moon.. 25 10 56 P.i. 1h 6 I. M .. H. M. us.

SG '5th sundry in Lent 58 2 9 421 1x 4 9
2 M, i0291
S3ib Rilchard Bishop of Chichesler. 11 20 Ji0 t
4V St. Ambrose. 57 3 12 8 1238 1I
5TIi Oxford & Cambridge Terms begin 56 51
6 l'2d FEB. MAIL Due.----Camb. 54 1 48 2 io 39
7 S Oxford Term ends. [Term ends. 237 55 21

8 t 6th sand. in Lent-Palm-Sunday 3 2o a 3f 3
9M 55 5 4 i 4 z3l 47
10Th5 T 5 5 i 30
.1W 6 I 6 i3 13
12 1hi 51 7 f3 057
3 F GOOD FRIDAY 54 6 747 41
4 S Easter Term !beeins. 848 99 25

5I RASTER DAY 95010 !
6M Easter Mlon ay 53 7 1050i 6 I 6
7 Tu Easter Tuesday xi45 1215 20
8W [Due. 1238 8 3
19 lAlphege.-lst MARCH MAIL 52 8 34 5
o20 F: 2 25 241 2
11 S G enters 8 at 5h. 24m. P.M. 3 7 323

22 G 1st sound. ofter Easter-Low Sund. 5i 9 4 5 4 7 21
2sM St George-K.Geo.IV.b.day kept 49 5 4-
24 T, 5'32 541 51
25 W,St. Mlark-Duch. Glo'ster b. 1776 52 6
26 Tu [Oxford & Camb. Terms begin 0 62 36 1
27 F 5 7 27 2
28 S 7 815

29 G 2d sunday after Easter 8 39 4 4'
30 119 9I 18 5 52
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MAY begins on Tuesday, hath XXXI Days.

S PHASES of the MOON.

D. H. M0. rg 7 a
; ) First Quarter 4 3 19 A.M.
SFull Moon .. 11 4 19A.M.
S( Last Quarter 17 6 53 P.M.
New Moon.. 25 2 34 P.M. 51 h hn. M.. M. m.s.

1 Tv St. Philip fr St. James. 4911 10 8,1038 25
2W Athanasias.-Easter Tel m begins 55 1126 3 7
3 'ui John of the Cross. 1144 2 8 14
4 F 2d MARCH MAIL Due. 48 12 1233 51 20
5 S Bnonaparte died at St. Helena. 24 34 26

6 G 3d sunday after Easter-John Ev. 2 1 21 32
7 M 3 4 3 6 37
8 T 47 13 4 41
9W Gregory. 1 57 45
10 Ta Jamaica taken by the English 1655 12 48
11 F 351 7 5 61
12 S 736 8 10 53

13 G 4th sunday after Easter 46 1.14 37 911 55
14M 939 10 11 .'6
15 103611 6 56
16 W 1133 55 50
17 T' 1st APRIL MAIL Due. 4515 12261242 55
18 F 1 16 1124 54
19 S Dunstan. 2 5 2 8 52

to G 5th sun. aft. East.-nRoation Sun. 50 54 5O
!11 M ent. i1 5h.43m.Pi .[lIernardine 44 16 3 2 342 47
!2 T, Princess Hesse Homburg b. 1770. 4I 12 32 43
!3 W 5I 7 -21 39

T5 Fj 012 15 29
!G S 'Augustus 1st Archbp. of Canterb. 43 17 26 7 2| 23

!7 l Sunday after Ascension -V. Bedei 715 19 17
SjM EasterT. eids. [Glle'ler b. 1773. 8 3 8 35 10
:9'l I K. C'as. II. rest.-Prs. S. M. of )1 921 3
0 W St. Ferdinand Patron of Naparima. 42 1 0132 10 5 255
Thli Peuntronilla.--Camh. Term divn. I 10 261 46. 17
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JUNE begins on Friday, hath XXX Days.

PHASES of the MOON.

U,D. H. M. o o
5 ) First Quarter 2 4 47 P.M. I 5
S Full Moon .. 9 11 44 A.M.
C ( Last Quarter 16 4 21 A.M.
'" New Moon.. 24 5 58 A.M. 5n b fl .. M. I. M. s.

1 F 2d APRIL MAIL Due. 4218 11 171127 2130
2 S Barbados setld.1625.---Ox.T.end 12 512 1 30

3 G Whit Sunday 53 55 20
4 M Whit Monday. [Cumb. b. 1771 138 146 11
5 T Whit Tuesd.-Bonitace.-Dukeo 236 250 1
t W Oxford Term begins 3 40 151
7 '1i 413 441 '10
8I F Bank of England founded, 1694. 4119 51 5 5 29
9 S Margaret, Queen of Scots. 64 648 18


Trinity Sunday
St. Barnabas.

Anthony of Padua.
* CorpusChristi..Basil---lst MAY
Trinity T. begins. [MAIL Due.


Ist sunday after Trin.-St. Alban
Victory of Waterloo, 1815.

Translation ofEdw. K. ofW. Sax.
Octave of Corpus Christi.
Q enters q at 2h 16m. A.M.


2d sund.aft.Trin.-Nat.ofSt.Jahn
[Bapt. Patron of Aricagua.


28 [MAIL Due.lj
19 F Saints Peter and Paul.-2d MAY
SS Corn. of Pautl.


1 27 137 019
2 9 2 25 32
i2 314 45
335 4 3 58
421 51 111
5 8 540 24
45 501 37

53 629 50
043 711 2 3
730 58 116
820 842 28
9 8 9l>2i| 41
5610 4 ;53
1044 46 3 5











JULY begins on Sunday, bath XXXI Days.

I% i PHASES of the MOON.
o D. H. M.

CS)O Fll Moon .. 8 6 24 P.m. l
( Last Quarter 15 4 29 P.M. 4
i New Moon.. 23 8 38 F.M.]
) First Quarter 31 10 53 A.M. I5hil H. M s

1G 3d sunday after Trinity 41 29 3 3 IT
2 MIVisitation of B. V. Mary. 12 141124: 2
3 Tu Oxford Act. & Camb. Cor. I I I 19 4
4 W Translation ofSt.Martin.---Trinity 42 2 18 5
5'I T [Term ends. 247 3.i9 4 2
6 F Cambridge Term ends. 4218 348 4 r22 2
7 S Oxford Term ends. 45r 5 27 2S

8 G 4th sunday after Trinity 554 6 28 3M
9 M 655 725 4
10 T 754 8' 6 5
11 W 850 9 6 5t
V "50 I iq'
12 'I 944 52 5
13 F 0 36 0 38 14
14 S 4317 II 9 1:27 2

15 G 5th sunday after Trinity-B.V. of! 12 2 12 6 2f
16 M [Mount Carmel.-Swithin. 4 34
17 'I I 29, ji I4C
tSW [lst JUNE MAIL Due. 2 i4 241, 4V
I9To King Geo. IV. crowned, 1821.--i t 3!32 s
20 F Margaret.-Elias Prophet. 47 4 21 54
21 S 4416 434 510 5

22 G 6th sunday afterTrin.-Magdalen. 5 231 55 6
23 Mi enters at l7111. 7m 1.. l59 1
24 Tu 6 i3 6 1 3 (
25 W St. James. 7 27
6 'I" St. Anne. 52 8 4 1
27 F 45 15' 839 3
28 S 9 26 9I28i

29 G 7th sundtyI after Trinity-Martha. i0 9,10 19,
30 M I 55i.i C
S31 Tu Inatinu of Lovola. I I i 4612 10 3











AUGUST begins on Wednesday, hath XXXI Days.

PHASES of the MOON.


I? i Fall Moon .. 7 1 34 A m. J .
S L ( Last Quarter 14 7 42 P M.I
g' o New Moon.. 22 10 25 A.M.
Fl D First Quarter 29 5 15 P.M. 150 1 h.. H d M. S.
--l -- ...-
I W Lammas Day. 45 15 12 5 1 5 c
2Th l3l 2 5 557
9 F 2d JUNE MAIL Due. 23 3 7 53
4 S1 3 34 4 8 J

5G 8thi sunday after Trinity 40 t4 4 37 5 7 43
6 M Transfiguration of our Lord. 537 6 I 37
7 To Name ot Jesus. 636 52 81
SW 731 711 24
9 Th 826 828 16
10 F St. Lawrence. 9 i 9 17; 8
11 S 4713 58 O 8 450

12 G 9thsun. aft. Tr.- K. Ceo.IV. born 1 40 11 0 50
13 M Duch. of Clarence b. 1792. [1762. I 260 I0 40
14 Tu 12z0 1235 29
15 WlAssun.ption of B. V. Mlary. 57 9
16 Duke of York b. 1763.-1st JULY 4812 45 2 17 7
17 FIDuch Kent b. 1786. [MAIL Due. 234 3 4 355
8 S 52 43

19 G 10th sunday after Trinity 4 9 439 30
20 M Beinard. 68 5 zi 16
21 'u Duke of Clarence barn 1765. 4911 547 50 2
22 W: S9 6 48
23 ih () enters 1tt at 711 36m. P.M. 639 15 33
24 FSt. Bartholomew. .5010 7 28 7 30 i
25 S 8 12S 8 2O
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26 G 1Ith sunday after Trinity 58 92 146
27 M'. 94510 7 30
285 St. Augustine. 51 9 t036i1 4 1
20 W St. John Baptist behlad-d. 31 12 3 055
30 Ta Rose of Lima, Patron of Arinma. 228 i 2 36
31 F 21 JULY MAIL Uae. I 1M27 2 i 2











SEPTEMBER begins on Saturday, hath XXX Days.

V c PHASES of the MOON.

D D. H. M. 0 I
SO Ful Moon .. 5 10 30 A.1. i
S< Last Quarter 13 1 38 A.M. "
S* New Moon.. 20 11 25 P..
D First Quarter 27 11 8 P.M. l h H.M. .

,S Giles 528 227 259 0 I
Slow.
2 G 12th sund.aft.Tr.-London burnt, 3 27 3 55 (11'
3 M [1666, 0. S. 4 26 4160 37
4 o 5.1' 7 524 536 i 0
5 W 618 6241 115
6 T1 7 10 7 S
7 F Eurchus 54 6 4 1
3a Nativity of B. V. Mary 42 3 2 16

9 G 1[3lt sunday ufter Trinity 20 94 30
I t 1 1012 1I40 157
11 .i, "55 5 0 1 29 3 17
12W i: 1 46 12 18 bi
13'TH1-;' ,AUGUST MAIL Due 1231 I 59
14 H, l ss 506 4 121 55 420
I S 2 10 2'40 41

161 Ith sulrdy alter iinity 259 25 5 2
17;,' Lambert 57 3 49 4 9 2
IS "b 438 52 44
Il) W [1825. 528 536 6 5
20 TuSpvere Earthqnake at Tainidad, 58 2 559 1 26
21 F St. Matthew 22
22 S 59 1 7 4 716 77

23i G,5th end. aft. Trinity--.. ent. 61 0 752 10 28
24 Mi [at 4b. iSm. P.M.1 82 49
25Iv 93610 6 8 9
26WSt. Cyprian 1:59 1032 6 30
27 k -1131 12 50
28 d AUG. MAIL Due. [b. 176 I 9
29 S iS. Michael.-Q. of Wirtemburg 258 1 29 57 30

0 G 16th sund. ft. Trin.-St. Jenom. 2 2 8 9












OCTOBER begins on Monday, bath XXXI Days.

S PHASES of the MOON. o

D. H. M. m -
O Fnll Moon .. 4 10 13 P.M.
S( Last Quarter 12 9 11 P.M.
0 New Mooni.. 20 11 41 A.M.
F= D First Quarter 27 5 42 A.M. 6h 5li H.M. 1. M. M. s.

1 MIRemigius 258 323 3,37 x0 9
2 u "4 17 4125 ib
3W 5 10 5l12 47
4 'l Francis 17 0 311 5
5 pF 357 042 541 23
6 S Faith 728 7 46 4l

7 G 17th sunday after Trinity-Mark. 8 1' 8391 59
8MBridlet 9 9 30 2 1
9 St. Denys 45 .18 10 IS 32
10 W Oxford and Camb. Terms begin o103 1 48
1ITu 1124 56 13 4
12 F V. of Saragossa 5 55 122 1242 19
13 S iTranslalion of K. Edw. Confessor. 1 26 34

14 G x8th sunday after Trinity 49 211 48
15 M Theresa 2 3 '53 l4
16Tv 326 336 14
17 WiElhelreda 654 4 1 420 27
18iTa St. Luke-Ist SEPT. MAIL due 5 6 51 8 39
19 F 55 58 50
20 S 59 6 11 5

21 G 19th sunday after Trinity 642 7 4 O1
22 M 753 736 8 4 20
23 TU [disc. 1492 833 9 51 28
24W ) ent. nL 01.30m. A.M.---America 931 0 5 '36
25Tu Crispin l03o i 3 43
26 F 11 30 2 80
27 S, 1229 '65 56
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28 G 201h sund.aft.Tr.-Sts. Simon and 852 24 40 16 1
29 M, [Jude 2 x7 z27 6
301Th 3 0 3l3 12
31 W 57 4 1 11











NOVEMBER begins on Thursday, hath XXX Days.

PHASES of the MOON. D


S Fll Moon 3 I 8 P.M. '
( Last Quarter ix 4 53 P... ..
( New Moon.. IS II 13 P.M.j
= Fi.st Quarter 25 2 12 P.M. h 5 H. M H.M 5.
1T .4 t Sai, ts 8 52 44 451 1614
SF All Souls-2d SEPT. MAIL Due 5 s 5 42 6
3 S Princess Sophia born, 1777 51 6 10 6 314 O

4 G 21tst sunday after Trinity 46 7 z6 1
5M Powder Plot, 1605 7 44 8 1I 15
TRi Leonard.- Michaelmas Term beg. 10 50! 831 9 38 3
S9201 52 1o
8 'l Princcss Augusta Sophia b. 1768 ii 49 x0 1810 48 7
9 F 55'11i23 2
It S 1248 l4l'12 5 15 57

1 G,22d sound. after Trin.-St. Martin 1229 147 5
12 M 1x7 129 44
13 T Britiup 1347 2 5 lI 6
14 \V 55 55 7
15 Tu Machutus.-lst OCT. MAIL Dne 343 349 s
16 F 14 4G 432 444 7
17 S ugh, Bishop of Lincoln 523 543 14 .5i

18 G 23d sunday after Trinity 5 6 1 43
T9 M 15 45, 6 18 46 30
20 Tu Edmund King and Martyr 7 18 7 5 17
21 W 82 851 2
22 'lhCecelia--.Q ent. fh S. 56m. A.M. 9z2 9501346
23 F St. Clement 6 44 10 21 1 4 30
24 S Ix8 1136 i3

25 G 24th sound. after Trin.-Catherine 12 I 12 23 55
26 M 2 4 1 8 37
27 T z7I43 5 54 IS8
281 Michaelmas Term ends 36 44 158
29T T 3 9 3 43 ;7
30 F St.Andrew-2,i OCT. MAIL Due 4x 3 423 6









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DECEMBER begins on Saturday, bhath XXXI Days.


i PHRASES of the MOON.
D. H. M.
O Full Moon .. 3 6 44 A.M
( Last Quarter II II 17 A.M.
SNew Moon.. 18 9 59 A.M.
r ) First Quarter 25 1 11 A.M.
S

G Advent Sunday
M
T' Barbara
IV
Tu Nicholas
F Ambrose
S Conception of B. V. Mary

G 2d sunday in Advent
M
T7i
IV
Iha Lucy



G 3d S.inAd.-P.Leopj.ofCo.b.h1790
M Oxf. T. ends [Camb.T. ends
To
W
Th Ist NOVEMBER MAIL Due.
F St Thomas.
S Q enters f 9h1. 25m. A.M.

G 4th sunday in Advent
M
l;T *CHRISTMAS DAY
W St. Stephen
Tn St. John
F Innocents
S

G Ist sunday aft. Christmas-Trans.
M Silvtelte fof James


0 G D




6b H.M. H. m. m. s

1743 447 5 i3 10! 4
534 6 31
621 41
1842 7 9 739 944
56 82 26
834 9 2 8 5
i 930 54 29
I10 16 1036 3

1 2i 1 16 7.37
49 57 10
1236 1238 642
I zz I 26 5I
zl 8 218 I 46
l941 56 3 14 18
48 12 449

448 5 16 19
544 49 350
59 610 20
52 720 25i
755 821 21

51 0 5 20

1016 52 0 50
18 42 1138 1138 20
'12122 1230 S; 10

4 I 9

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4 5 4 3 38
53' 523 3 6


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Trinibitr 0it-itl Rist.

Governor and Comm rnder in-Chief in and over this Island and
its Dependencies. Vice-Admi'al there f. Sle Judge of the
Tribunals of Royal Andencia and Court of Appeal of
Civil Jurisdicti,,., Intendant of the Ioyal Treasury,
Judge 'tf Crown Lands President of the
Illustrious Board of Cablildo, Royal Vice
Patron of the Holy ioman Catholic
Church, Afc. 4'c. 4c.
HIS EXCELLENCE
SIR RALPH JAMES WOODFORD, BARONET.
Secretary, PHILIP DOrTIN SOUPER, Esq.
Assistant Secretary, W. W. WRIGHT, Esq.

HIS MAJESTY'S COUNCIL.
His Lordship the Bishop of the Hon. Dr. FRANCISCO LLANOS,
.Diocess, A. DUNCANSON,
Hon. ASIITON WARNER, FRANCIS PESCHIER.
WILLIAM H. BURNLEY,

His Majesty's Chief Judge, His Honor ASI!TON WARNER.
Judge of the Court of Criminal inquiry, His Honor L. F. C. Jol n sTON.
Attorney-General & King's Advocate, HLNRt FULLER.
Solicitor-General, HENRY GIOS1ER.
Secretary and Clerk of Council, JAMES CHAPMAN.
Deputy, HENRY MURIIAY.
Secretary of Cabildo and Registrar of Deeds, JAMES CIAPMAN.
Deputy, HENRY MURRAY.
Colonial Treasurer, HENRY ST. HILL.
Collector of His Majesty's Customs, S. M. CLOGSTOUN.
Comptroller, JOHN HUDSON.
Commissary of Population and Acting Surveyor-General, EDMON-
STONE HODGKINSON.
Chief of Police, JA:4es s MEANY.
Protector & Guardian of Slaves, HENRY GLOSTER.
Alguacil Mayor, HERBERT MACKWORTH.
Registrar of Slaves, EDWARD MURRAY.










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Naval Officer, ADAM GORDON, Patentee.
Depositario General, JoSE.'I GRAHAM.
Escheator General, JosEPH PESCIIER.
Harbour-Master, J. B. LITTrEPAGE.
Captain of the Sea Fort, CHARLES PElCIIIER.
Office of Deputy Post-Master, Mrs. E. R. GALWEVr.
Officer of Health for Shipping, THOMAS ANDERSON, M. D.
Physician, THOMAS ANDERSON, M. D.
Colonial Agent in Great Britain, HENRY CUTLER, 18, Great
Trinity-Lane, Cheapside.


Government Messengers, ( LL PIIIL J PS.


THE ILLUSTRIOUS BOARD OF CABILDO.
President, His Excellency the GOVERNOR.
Alcalde of the First Election, Jons BOIssIERE.
Alcalde of the Second Election, A: WATHERSTON.
Perpetual Regidors,{ (JOLLM GA ,
VVILLIAM ROBERTS.
Elective Regidors,
GEORGE REID, FRANCIS BICKLEY,
CHARLES PESCHIER, WILLIAM BosworTII,
JAMES F. M'GEE, F. R. FALLEN.
HENRY Scorr, CIIuISTIAN GEROLD.
Fiel Executor,
Syndic Procurador-General & Protector of Slaves, HENs Y GLO STr.R.
Secretary & Registrar, JAMES CHAPMAN, Patentee.
Deputy, HENRY MURRAY.
Officers.
Treasurer of the Board, ROBERT BAKER.
Surveyor of the Town of Port of Spain, PH ILIP REINAGLE.
Clerk of the Market, H. G. PEAKE.
Weigh Master in Port of Spain, JOHN LENAGAN.
Superintendent of Cart Tax, JAMES O'BRIEN.
Porter, J. M. SCHULLER.
The Board of Cabildo is held on Mondays.

The stated days on which the Illustrious Cahildo attends Church
in a Body, by custom, are NEW YEAR'S DAY and CORPUS CHRISTI.










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POLICE DEPARTMENT.
Chief of Police, JAMES MEANY.
'Assistant, H. G. PEAKE.
Clerk to the Chief of Police, JAMES MEANY, jun.
ALGUACILS OR CONSTABLES.
Alexander Sandy, Corporal, N. Feyer,
R. Dodson, Ernest Lehee,
B. Vasquez, Win. Friend, for the WharfJ
Manuel Fernandez, ,

ALCALDES DE BARRIOS.
No. 1.-P.A.-Kr:NoSA, No. 4.-AUG. LEFER,
J: POLLONAIS. --- MIOT
2.-AUG. ARVI~R, 5.-R. C. ELLIS,
JonIN GOLOIE. JOHN COCKERTON.
3.--V:IGirr SERi.rLOK,
G. )e La SAUVAGERE.
MarineAlcade in conj unction with the Harbour-Master, J. LENAGAN.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
Treasurer, HENRY ST. HILL.
Examiner of Invoices & Compiler of Public Accounts, L. PANTIN.
Clerk, THOIAS ST. HILL.
AssistantClerks, ILLIAM E. FITZGERALD,
Assistant Clerks, ( HENYoUN G.
HENRY YOUNG.
Office Keeper & Messenger, R. J. PADMORE.

IIIS MAJESTY'S CUSTOMS.
SAMUEL M. CLOGSTOUN, Collector.
JoHN HUDSON, Comptroller.
F. C. WLARF, tSearchers & Waiters.
Wm. LAWLER, J
JOHN GIBBS, Acting.
J. G. ROCIIORD, Clerk and Surveying Officer.
,- GITTENS, Assistant Clerk.

COMMISSARY OF POPULATION AND SURVEYOR-
GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
Commissary of Population & Act. Surveyor-General, EDMONSTONE
HODGKINSON.
Assistant Survevor-General,
Clerk, JOSEPH BASANTA.
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SWORN SURVEYORS.
Rigault de Rosee, George Pilkington,
William Holmes, Martin Sorzano,
C. A. White, Henry Joell.
Frederick Brown,

ROYAL GAOL.
Physician, Thomas Neilson, M.D.
Alcayde, A. F. Blackwell.
Gaol Attorney, Warder and Clerk, A. F. Blackwell.

PROTESTANT CHURCH
Minister of Trinity Church, Rev. Georgo Cummins.
COMMISSIONERS.
Hon. Ashton Warner, Francis Peschier,
W. H. Burnley, Rev. George Cummips,
A. Duncanson, Henry Fuller, Esq., Att.-Gen.
,,,1 f Nicholson Marache.
SChurch-Wardens, Rchard Joeltl.
Snperintendant, P. Heinagle.
Clerk and Sexton, J. T. Merritt.
Organist, Charles Lloyd.
Church Keeper, George Dawson.

CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Under the Jurisdiction of the Vicar Apostolic, The Right Reverend
the Bishop of Gerren, Dr. James Buckley, D. D.
Royal Vice Patron, His Excellency the Governor.'
Acting Vicar Foraneus, Ecclesiastical Judge, arl Curate of Port of
Spain, Rev. Wm. Le Goff.
Sacristan Mayor, P M. de Salcedillo.
Officiating Curate of St. Joseph, Rev. Don Graciliano Afonso, D.D.
Curate of Arima, Rev. Don F. Maraguera,
Curate at St. Juan, Rev. Don Graciliano Afonso,D. D.
Curate of the Indian Mission of Savanna Grande, Rev. Don
Cecilio.
Curate of North Naparima, Rev. Vitales Tabaud.
Curate of Bande de I'Est, Don .uan de Aldecoa.
Curate of Toco and Cumana, Rev. Don J. Eyaralar.

CIVIL MEDICAL BOARD.
Alexander Williams, M.D. President.
Thomas Neilson, M.D. D
Thomas Anderson, M.D. Members.
R. Lordat, M.D.
R. C. Ellis, Secretary.










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MILITIA MEDICAL BOARD.
The Physician General,
The Staff Surgeon, and
Two Regimental Surgeons.
R. C. Ellis, Secretary.

TRINIDAD VACCINE INSTITUTION.
Under the Patronage of His Excellency the President, and
Members of the Illustrious Board of Gabildo.
DIRECTORS OF THE BOARD.
His Honor the First Alcalde.
His Honor the Second Alcalde.
Tile President of the Medical Board.
The Syndic Procurador General.
Public Vaccinator, Thomas Murray, M.D.
Office Hours from 9 till 12.-Days of Vaccination, Tuesdays and
Friday.

COMMITTEE FOR SCHOOLS.
President.
The Senior Member of His Majesty's Council."
Members.
The Right Rev. Dr. James Bucjley, Bishop of Gerren.
J,hn Boissbre, Esquire, Alcalde of the First Election.
A. Watherston, Esquire, Alcalde of the Second Election.
The Rev. George Cummins, Rector of the Protestant Church.
Henry Fuller,,Esquire, His Majesty's Attorney-General.

COMMITTEE FOR BUILDING THE CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Chairman, Antonio Gomez.
(lon. Francisco Llanos,
Mmers, i James Meanv,,
Members, Vicent atice,
.Abram Pinto.
Secretary, James Meany.

WHARF AND QUAY COMMITTEES.
Joseph Graham, G'orge Reid,
William Roberts, James F. M'Gee.
John B. Littlepage,
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COMMITTEE OF ACCOUNTS.
William Roberts. I

INFIRMARY.
Director, Henry Scott.

ESTABLISHMENT FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF COCO-
NUT OIL AT BANDE DE L'EST.
Director and Joint Lessee with the Illustrious Cabildo, John
Carter, Esq.


TRINIDAD DISTRICT COMMITTEE OF THE SOCIETY FOR
PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE.
Established Dec. 5,1825.
Patron, His Excellency the Governor.
President, The Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of Barbados.
Treasurer, Henry St. Hill.
Rev George Cummins, Joint Secretaries.


NATIONAL MALE SCHOOL,
Established April28, 1823.
President, His Excellency the Governor.
Directors,
Joseph Graham, I Charles Peschier.
Master, Edward Blackwell.

NATIONAL FEMALE SCHOOL.
Established April 17, 1826.
President, His Excellency the Governor.
Directors,
Joseph Graham, | Charles Peschier.
S Governess, Mrs. Ann Jones.












ULao mrcpartmcnt.

Chief Judge, The Hon. Ashton Warner,
Judge of Criminal Inquiry, His Hon. L. F. C. Johnston.
Attorney-General, Henry Fuller.
Solicitor-General and Protector of Slaves, Henry Gloster.
Father General of Minors, R. Garcia, L. L. D.
Defender of the Absent, Hon. Dr. F. Llanos.
Escribano of the Court of First Instance of Civil Jurisdiction and
to theCourt for the Trial of Criminal Matters, F. N West
Judicial Referee, Liquidator and Partidor, John Miller.
Alguacil Mayor, Herbert Mackworth.
Taxing Officer, J. R. Young.
Citing Officer, Herbert Mackworth.

TRIBUNAL OF THE ROYAL AUDIENCIA.
Judge, His Excellency the Governor.
Assessor, Don Antonio Gomez.
His Majesty's Attorney-General, Henry Fuller.
Solicitor Fiscal, Henry Gloster.
Alguacil Mayor, Herbert Mackworth.
Escribano de Camara, Philip D. Souper.
Porter, Francisco Schuller.

TRIBUNAL OF APPEAL OF CIVIL JURISDICTION.
Judge, His Excellency the Governor.
Assessor, Don Antonio Gomez.
Escribano de Camara, Philip D. Souper.
Citing Officer, Herbert Mackworth.
Porter, Francisco Schuller.

TRIBUNAL OF APPEAL OF CRIMINAL JURISDICTION.
His Excellency the Governor,
And the Honorable the Members of His Majesty's Council.
Escribano, Philip D. Souper.

TRIBUNAL OF INTENDANT,
POR THE RECOVERY OF DEBTS DUE TO THE ROYAL TREASURY.
Intendant, His Excellency the Governor.
Assessor, Don Antonio Gomez.
His Majesty's Attorney-General and Fiscal, Henry Fuller.
Escribano, Philip D. Souper.
Citing Officer, Herbert Mackworth.
Porter, Francisco Schuller.










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TRIBUNAL OF INTENDANT,
AS JUDGE OF CROWN LANDS.
Intendant, His Excellency the Governor.
Assessor, Don Antonio Gomez.
His Majesty's Attorney-General, Henry Fuller.
Secretary and Escribano, P. D Souper.
Porter, Francisco Schuller.


COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE OF CIVIL JURISDICTION,
FOR THE TRIAL OF CIVIL MATTERS.
Thb Honorable the Chief Judge, Ashton Wanrer.
His Honor the Judge of Criminal Inquiry, L. F. C. Johnston.
Their Honors the Alcaldes in Ordinary.
Escribano, Francis N. West.
Clerk, Joseph Warner.
Alguacil, Charles Baostrum.
This Court is held on the first Tuesday in every month, and sits
from day to day until all Actions ready and standing for Trial are
disposed of and determined; except in the month of August, and
from the 20th of December to the Ist of February, in every year


COMPLAINT COURT.
Jurisdiction, 1000 dollars or 216 13s. 4d. Sterling.
Judge, The Honorable His Majesty's Chelf Judge
Escribano, Francis N. West.
Citing Officer, Kenneth Mathison.
This Court is held on the first and third Fridays in every month.


VICE-ADMIRALTY COURT.
Judge, The Honorable Ashton Warner.
Registrar, Andrew Allen. Marshal, J. B. Littlepage.
Deputy, John Jos. G. Cadiz.
ADVOCATES AND PROCTORS.
Henry Fuller, King's Advocate.
Henry Gloster, I John Lewis,
John Sanderson, J. Jenney.
Commissioner of the Vice-Admiralty Prize Court at Barbados,
Henry Fuller,











COURT FOR THE TRIAL OF CRIMINAL PROSE.
CUTIONS.
The Honorahle the Chief Judge, Ashton Warner.-
Antonio Gomuz, Assessor to the Governor.
His Honor the First Alcalde.
His Honor the S cond Alealde.
Es.c ibann, Franrcs N. West.
Alguacil MInyor, Heriert Mackworth.
Interpreter, Jiohn Eckstein.

COURT OF CRIMINAL INQUIRY.
Judge, His Honor Lewis Farley Clogsioni Johnslon.
Escribann, J.Ihn Joseph G. Cadiz.
Interpreterf John Eckblein.
Cle k.
Porter,
Alguocil, Michael Hughes.

The ConnUT OF TuH ALCALnES IN ORDINARY, for the Tiial
of Petty Offences, is held on Mondays and Fiidays.

LICENSED ADVOCATES
AT THE BAR OP ACH TRIBUNAL.
Henry Foller, H.M.Ait.Gen. Dr. Raymond Garcia
Henry Gloster, H. 51.Sol.Gen. John Cockerlon
Jlohn Sandeison Edward Jackson
Joln Lewis John Henry Hobson
Dr. Francisco Llanos Joks Maria de Ia Sota.
Licensed Conveyancers, Thomas Rollwell and William Doyle.

SOLICITORS.
Thomas Rothwell Ravmond Rernard
William Doyle Robert J. Hemy
Andrew Giiseppi [ Henry Stone
Robert Anderson Samuel Redhead.
J. 1, Collin

SWORN INTERPRETERS.
Thomas Rothwll I Charles Rochard
Atidrew Guiseppi John Blark
Raymond Bernard William Macomb.
William Doyle











NOTARIES PUBLIC
Por this Island and all His Majesty's Foreign Dominions, under
Commission from His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury,
Primate of ll EIng land.
R. J. Jeney ......13th April, 1818.
John Cockerton ...1i1h June, 1822.
Seth Driggs.......10th J.ly, 182i.
For this Island,
Henry Gloiter Henry Stone
John Sandessou Kenneth Madthison.

COMMANDANTS OF QUARTERS.
Arimr, C. Goin, acting, iLas Co urag, EGo ge Deher.
Bocas 34 Neighbouring Islands,iLa Ventille, Vincent Patliice.
Cha les Tardien. Adjoint, Oliveri Morvant.
Carenage4e Cuesa,G.Arnimtrong Marviul, Henry boissiele.
Caroni, C. Baron Bochmiler. Mayaro, John Calter. Adjoint,
Cedros, Anguste Miarechaux Fianc.ois Hoiirgeoi6.
Chaguanus, Thomas St. Hill. Mucurapo, Henry St. Hill.
Adjoint, S. J. Robbins. Maracas Valley,Joseph Zepero.
Chaguaramas, A. Ladeveze. North Naparinmau R. Mitchell.
Cimarnnero, Aricagua, Town Adjoint, James Taylor.
o iS, jyan, L. Lapeyrolze. Orpouche, John W. Dow.
Adjoint, J. A. Goiseppi, Point d Pierre, William Massy.
Couva,Savonetta,Cascojul4 Ca- Santa Cruz, J. B. Sellier.
rapichainia. Joseph Peschier. Savacna Grande, R. Mitchell.
Adjoint, John 'Thatcher. South Naparima, John Lamont.
Diego Mlarin, Joseph Brunton. Adjoint,Henry H,Ajnderson,
Eastern Coast, 4;c. John Carter .St. Ann's, Francia Peeclhier.
Erin, John St. Hill. St. Joseph, Fabien Sellier.-
Guaupo, Julien De Verteuil. Adjoint, Alexr. Sellier.
Guayaguayara, John Carter,- Tacarigua, Arouca, 4; Caura,
Adjoini. F. Bos geois. T'homa Le Geudre,
Hica'os4-Gullos, A.Mareehaux. Toco S4 Cumana, A. Rolland.
Irois, Mij.Gen. P. Dessources. Tragrete, He.iy Murray.
I1a Brea '4 Guapo, Maj. Gen.. Adjoint, R. Gray.
]'Pelre Dessousces.

CORREGIDORS OF INDIAN MISSIONS,
Arima, Julien de Verteuil. IToco, A. Rolland.
Suvauna Grande, R. Mitchell. Siparia, J. W. Dow.











THE HON. COMMITTEE OF COUNCIL FOR THE
IMPROVEMENT OF ROADS.
Hon W. H. Bu'nley I

COMMISSIONERS OF ROADS.
Arima, Naparima,Noth, Rob.Fleming
Arilp, William Ponchet. 'H(awrimoi,Souhlh IH N.Huggins
Chaneanas, John Flint & Tlos.; Oropouche, Francois Lnpez. -
Morris. Point l- Pierre, Chas. Peschier
Couva, 4-c., William Thornhill.i and David Bart.
Cedros, Antoine Vassal. SantaCruz, JosefAngelFarfan,
Guanapo, Pierre Ache. Jnlien Trnxillo, and Jean
La Ventille, Oliver Morvant & Charles Deboulet.
Jean Jouvenal. ,St. Joseph, Fabien Sellier.
1uaracal, IValley of Maracas, F. de Leon.
Mayaro, Varin. I

SIGNAL STATIONS.
North Post, Samuel Jenninea.
Fort George, Lieutenant Constable, h. p.

LICENSED MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS.
Alexander Williams, M.D. J. Bertrand Loubet.
Thomas Neilson, M.D. James Keith, M.D.
Charles Collins. Andrew Welsh, Surgeon.
Alexander Laissard. Solomon G. Warner, M D.
Thomas Anderson, M.D. W m.Walkinshaw, M D,& A.M.
Aim, J. de Cayenr, M.D. I ntoine Francois Conlt, M.1).
Raymond Lardat, M.D. Stephen F. Carminiicael, M.I).
James L. O'Connnr, M.D. lames Moore, M.D. & A.M.
J. Drigs, M.D.& M.R.O.S.L. Francis Williams, M R.C.S.L.
Elias Tardy, M.D. William Thornhill, M.D.
A!exander Warden, Surgeon. iJ. J. H Van Buren, M.D.
Jean B. Philip, M.~) Lucas T. Gumbes, M.).
William Meikleham, Surgeon. Thomas Murray, M.D.
Robert Armour, Surgeon. Edward Fiudlay.

LICENSED APOTHECARIES.
William D'Anby Pierre Jean Rey.
Thomas J. Gould












LICENSED DRUGGISTS.
Vincent Monier J;lea Pallonais
Fran;oi.i lasion Sherman Diiggs.
Philip Aug. Jeance


VENDUE OFFICE.

Vendue-Master, J.Swinburne, Patentee.
Deputies, Georee Fitzwilliam & Son.
Office No. 13, Frederick-street.


LICENSED BAKERS.

Trotter & Reid. George-street. Joseph Jouleilt, 2, Frederick-
Mal, Belinda, 37,King street, street.
Eiinsilhe Chevalier, 21, Henry Ma ig. Williams, 13, St. James'
street street.
Susan Philip, 25, Queen-street. Zabelt Vaillant, 8, Queen-st.
Antoine Feraud, 34, Gevrge- Louis L'bie, 7 Hen "i-street.
street A.Taitt, 47, St. Vincent-st.
And e Ambard, 10, Henry- Wiiliam Ferdmandi, 22, Park-
street street.
Venie Romlbere, 37, Duke-st. Redrond Pnrcell, 39, Henry-
Toutssaint Rostanlt, 22, Upper street.
Prince street.
---^---

TARIFF OF BREAD.


Superiine Flour Prices #' Bbl. B bitt Lonf must weigh.
Dolls. Oz. Dolls. Oz. Dolls. Oz.
7 . . 15 13 . 2
s..... 16 !;3
8 . . 14 116 .. . 2
9 . . 121 17 .... . 25 6
10 . . 12 | 18 . . 8 26
.11 .... 19 ..... . 7 27to29 . 5
12 . . 11 120 . . 7 30to34 . 5
13..... 10 21 ..... 6 35to37 . 4
14 . 10 22 . . 6 38to40 . 4












fAilitarly Oeptartment.

COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF,
His Excellency Sir RALPH JAMES WOODFORD, Bart.
AIDES-DE-CAMP TO IIIS EXCELLENCE.
Colonel Henry Murray. Lieut.-Col. Philip D. Souper.
Lieut.-Col. Charles Peschier,
GARRISON.
Commanding His Majesty's Troops,
Lieut.-Col. J. W. MALLET, C.B., 86th Regiment.
STAFF.
Major of Brigade, Lieut.-Col. Warner, h.p. 26th Regt.
Commanding Royal Engineer, Capt. Loyalty Peake.'
Assistant Engineer, Lieut. P. S. Hunt, h.p. 3d W. Reg.
Commanding Royal Artillery, Lieut. Bevan.
Barrack-Master, Lieut. G. J. Jones, h.p. 1st Gar. Batt.
Surgeon to the Forces, Robert Hartle, M.D.
Hospital Assistant, P. O'Callaghan, A.B., M.D., M.R.C.S.
Chaplain to the Forces, Rev. D. Evans.
Acting Ordnance Storekeeper, John Hislop Burke.
COMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT.
Assistant Commissary General, Richard Green.
Deputy Assistant Commissary General, F. T. Coxwortly.
Commissariat Clerk, N. Hart.
Issuers, W. Yearwood and T. Hunte

DETACHMENT OF THE ROYAL 86th REGIMENT,
STATIONED AT ORANGE GROVE.
"India." Egypt." Bourbon."
Lieut.-Col. J. V. Mallet, C.B. Lieutenants, R. Ma ne,
Major, W. Richardson. L- earney.
attains, f R. Crawford, fJ. Galwey,
Ca Creagh. Ensign. sB. J. Selway,
-John Grant, signs, E. Dav is,
J. Dolman, adj. I| W. Johnson.
Lieutenants, P. North, Adjutant, J. Dolman.
F. Dalgetty, Quarter-Master, J. Jerome.
L. Halliday. Surgeon, A. Cunningham.

FIRST WEST INDIA REGIMENT,
STATIONED AT ST. JOSEPH'S
"Dominica." Martinique." Guadaloupe."
Major, W. Macintire. Ensign, --Thoreau.
J. Knox, Paymaster, W. Webster.
Captains,- J. Richardson. Adjutant, J. Delomel.
Lieutenant, N. Cameron. Quarter-Master. H. Cornwall.
Ensign, G. R. Pole. Surgeon, Finnie.
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TRINIDAD MILITIA REGIMENTS.


CAVALRY.
FIRST DIVISION.
Royal Trinidad Light Dragoons."
St. Ann's Mounted Hussqrs."
Diego Martin Cavalry."
SECOND DIVISION.
St. Joseph's Light Cavalry."
THIRD DIVISION.
North Naparima Cavalry." South Naparina Caralry."

ROYAL TRINIDAD ARTILLERY."

INFANTRY.
FIRST DIVISION.
Royal Trinidad Battalion."
Loyal Trinidad Battalion."
Sea Fencibles."
Royal Invalid Corps," 1st Company.
Diego Martin Corps." Carenage Battalion."
Military Artificers' Company."
SECOND DIVISION.
Loyal Trinidad Light Infantry."
Arima Pioneer Company."
" St, Joseph's, or 2d Company Royal Trinidad Invalids."
THIRD DIVISION.
Couva If Point-..Pierre Battalions."
North Naparima Battalion."
Savanna Grande Rangers."
South Naparima Battalion."










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fttilitta force.


Commander-in-Chief, His Excellency THE GOVERNOR.
AIDBS.DE-CAMP,
Colonel Henry Murray. i Lieut.-Col. Philip D. Souper.
Lieut.-Col. Charles Peschier.
STAFF.
Adjutant'General, Lieutenant-Colonel Louis Lapeyrouse.
Deputy Adjutant General, Lieutenant-Colonil Henry Graham.
Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, Ensign G. Masse.
Commissary General, Joseph Graham, Esq.
Deputy Commissary General, Major J. B. Littlepagc.
Paymaster General, Lieutenant-Colonel Archibald Watherston.
Deputy Paymaster General, Major John Shine.
Assistant Quarter Master General, Major Lewis Pantin.
Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General, Lieut. E. Murray.
Muster Master General, Lieutenant Colonel B. Roberts.
Deputy Muster Master General, Captain N. Marache.
Brigade Major of the General Staff,
Provost Marshal General, George Fitzwilliam, Esq.
Judge Advocate General, Major Henry Gloater.
Deputy Judge Advocate General, Edward Jackson, Esq,
Physician General, Thomas Neilson, Esq. M. D.
Staff Surgeon, James Lynch O'Connor, Esq. M, D.
Apothecary to the Militia Forces, Mr. Thomas James Gould.
Town Major, James Meany,


FIELD OFFICERS.


COLONELS.
Henry Murray* gen. staff.
Abram Pinto 19 May 1814
Joseph,Peschier*
LIEUT..COLONELS.
John Lewitt 1 March 11
William Thornhillt 24 Sept. 11
Richard Josepb,bt.t16 June 16
Louis Lapeyrouse,gen. staff,
15 Jan.22
J. Edmondson, bt. 17Dec.21


D2


John Corrist 20 Dec.
Charles Peschier, gen. staff.
Arch. Wathers ton gen. staff.
John Miller,
Benjamin Roberts, gen. staff.
15 Jan. 22
Geo. Bland, bt. t 22 Dec. 25
Robert Neilson t 21 Feb. 26
P. D. Souper, gen. staff,
24 Feb. 26
Henry Graham, bt, gen. staff
14 Mar. 27










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MAJORS.


John Thatcher t 15 Dec. 14
K. Mathisont 12 Mar. 16
J.B.Littlepage, g.st. 11Dec.18
John Shine, g. st. 24 Feb. 21
Ralph M'Clintock t ,0 June 21
Baron C. Bochmler 15 Dec. 21
George Hill 22 Mar. 22
Henry Gloster,g.st.29 Oct. 22
Robert Fleming, 28 Nov. 22
Charles Ross t 26 Dec. 22


James Taylot 7 May 25
Andrew Johnstont 3 June 25
John Ecksteint 6 Oct. 25
George Reid 24 Oct. 25
L. A. Rocbardt 24 Dec. 25
John Lamontt 31 Dec. 25
F. N West, 17 Feb. 26
L. Pantin, bt. g. st. 14 Mar. 27
Gerald Fitzgeraldt 25 April27


CAPTAINS.


Edward Myrie 20April 1809
Jasper Lyon
A. Ladeveze
A. Pinto, jun.
Those. Emeiy 2 Jan. 15
J. B. Sellier 24 Jan.
Sellier Fancour 16 July 16
Alex. Sellier 10 July
L. F. C. Johnston 24 Dec.
John Banks 24 Dec. 17
Remi Mandilhon 7 Apr. 18
Richard Joell, s. 3d.
N. Marache, g. st. 27 Dec. 19
P.D.Sonper, bt. It.col.
gen. staff, 15 Mar. 20
R. J. Jenney 6 Oct.
Jos. Fitzgerald 24 Feb. 21
Bartolome Prieto 24 Feb.
Jose Maria Orosco 24 Feb.
Ferd. De Creny 24 Feb.
Law. Nihell, s. 2d. 23 Mar.
Aug. Geoffroy, 24 Apr.
James F.M'Gee 24 Apr.
Chas. Vanneschi 12 May
Jeremiah Bowen 16 May
Vincent Monier 16 May
Robert Gray 24 May


John Stewart 12 Oct. 21
G. Pilkington, s.2d. 14 Jan. 22
Paul Vessiny
Vincent Baron
- Desvigne
Francis Gillaird 12 Nov. 22
Horatio Huggins 20 Nov.
Thomas Wright 22 Nov.
L. M. Sonlage 28 Nov.
James Clark 28 Nov.
Gordon Lesplie 28 Nov.
Thomas Brown 6 Dec.
Jos. Bonttur 28 Dec.
Geo. Armstrong 16 Dec. 23
William Metiver 5 Jan. 24
Joseph Brnnton 18 Aug.
H. G. Hall 29 Sept. 25
Alexander Glay 22 Sept.
Thos. Roxburgh 30 Sept.
Henry Scott 30 Sept:
J. Montgomerie 30 Sept.
C. H. Fitzwilliam 6 Oct.
Young Anderson 24 Oct.
Hugh Fraser 31 Dec.
Colin Campbell 31 Dec.
Wm. S. Neilson 9 Feb. 26
G. Hospedales S July


Those marked are commanding Divisions-t commanding
Regiments-s. 2d. Staff Second Division--. 3d. Staf Third
Division-bt; Brevet.










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FIRST DIVISION.
Colonel HENRY MURRAY, Commanding.
STAFF.
Aide de-Camp, Lt. T. Murray. I Brigade Major, Benj. Hnghea.
Provost-MarShal of the 1st Division Militia Forces,
Capt. Benjamin Hughes.

ROYAL TRINIDAD LIGHT DRAGOONS.
Major Commanding, G. De la Sauvagie 28 Ap. 25
And. Johnston 3 June 1825 Adjutant,
Captain, R. St. John Cordner, Lt.
Henry Gage Hall 29 Sept.25 Paymaster,
Lieutenant, Louis Jobity 9 Sept. 22
R. St. J. Cordner 29 Sept. 25 Quarter.Master,
Cornets. Raymond Bernard 9 June 21
John Cockerton 29 Oct. 22I Surgeon,
Henry Boissiere 12 Nov.23 JJ.J, H.Van Buren 3 May 25

ST. ANN'S HUSSARS.
Major Commandant, Lieutenant,
John Eckstein 6 Oct. 25 Francis Bickley 6 Oct. 25
Captain, Cornet,
C. H. Fitzwilliam, 6 Oct. 25 J. C. Salazar 18 Feb. 25

ROYAL TRINIDAD ARTILLERY.
Lieut..Col. Commanding, Second Lieutenants.
Robert Neilson 21 Feb. 26 Wilhelm Schulze 14 Feb. 26
Major, John Wilson 15 Feb. 20
George Reid 24 Oct. 25 John Losh 31 July 26
Captains. Joseph M'Donnell 1 Aug. 26
1. D. Souper (Lt.Col.Staff) Act.Adjt. Lient.James Meany.
15 Mar. 20 Paymaster,
Aug. Geoffroy 24 April21 F. R. Wallen 19 Aug. 26
James F. M'Gee 24 April21 Quarter-Master,
Young Anderson 24 Oct. 25 J. B. Bertrand.
Win. S. Neilson 9 Feb. 26 Surgeon, J.B.Lonbet 21Oct.23
First Lieutenants. Interpreter, Wm. Macomb
T. B. Darracott 13 July 22 Cadets.
Joseph Basanta 24 Oct. 25 Isaac D. Pickering
James Porter 24 Oct. 25 Alex.Montgomerie)
Robert Anderson 24 Oct. 25 Daniel Basanta 8 Nov. 26
James Meany,jun. 8 Nov. 26 George Lacoste
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ROYAL TRINIDAD BATTALION.


Majors.
J. Edmondson (Bt.Lt.Col.)
16 Oct.1816
F. N. West 17 Feb. 26
Captains.
Thomas Wright 22 Nov. 22
Alexander Gray 20 Sept. 25
Thomas Roxburgh 30 Sept. 25
Henry Scott 30 Sept. 25
Lieutenant,
AndrewGuiseppi 29Sept.25
Ensigns.
Win. Lake, act.adj. 29 Sept. 26


Wright Sherlock 29 Sept. 25
Anselm Gerold 29 Sept.25
Henry Clifford 29 Sept.25
Henry Stone 18 Feb. 26
Adjutant,
Ensign W. Lake, acting
Paymaster,
George Sherlock 29 Sept. 26
Quarter-Master,

Surgeon,
Joseph Driggs 24 Jan. 18


LOYAL TRINIDAD BATTALION.


Lieut.. Colonel,
John Corrie 27 Nov.22
Major,
G. Bland (Bt.Lt.Col. attached
toRoyalBatt.) 2 Jan. 24
Captains.
Francis Gillaird 12 Nov. 22
James J. Clark 28 Nov.22
J. Montgomerie 30 Sept. 25
Lieutenants.
John J. Cadiz 28 Nov.22
George Swan 24 Nov.24
P. M. Griffith 24 Nov.24
William Gordon 24 Nov. 24
G. H. Baines 24 Nov.24
Charles P. Libert 24 Nov. 24
Joseph Bramley 6 Oct. 26
Alexr. M'Alister 14 Oct.26
Ensigns.
Joseph Warner 14 Jan. 24
J. S. Wainwright 11 May 24
Gray Pollock 22 Dec. 24


IAlbert W. Murray 20 June 25
John Goldie 12 July 25
David Hntclison 12 July 25
Noble C. Neilson 24 Dec. 25
C. M. Vessiny 12 Jan. 26
J. G. Rochford 14 July 26
Paymaster,
George Cockerton 28April25
Adjutant,
Ensign J. G. Rochford, act.
Quarter-Master,
Etienne Blanc 2 Jan. 24
Surgeon,
Thomas Anderson 20 May 21
Assistant Surgeon,
Edward Finlay 23 Oct. 26
Interpreter, Thos. Rothwell
Cadets.
G. B. Palmer
John Stephens 28 Dec. 26
John Watson
Samuel Redhead 30 April 27


SEA FENCIBLES.
Major Commandant, j Charles Vanneschli 12 May 21
Kenneth Mathison 12 Mar. 16 | Jeremiah Bowen 16 May 2t
Captains. Vincent Monier 16 May 21
Paul Vessiny 1 May 13 Louis M. Soulage 28 Nov. 22










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First Lieutenants. Engenio Rodrignez 22 Dec. 25
Vincent Baron 28 Nov. 22 Acting Adjutant,
Herbert T. Bowen 28 Nov.22 Gabriel Agoslini 17 Dec. 25
Joseph Flament 28 Nov. 22 Paymaster,
Michel P. Luhault 12 Jan. 26 Patrick Naghten 5 May 26
Christ. Capella 12 Jan. 26 Quarter-Master,
0 Second Lieutenants. Jos. Roux 22 Dec. 25
Jos. Ronx 22 Dec. 24 Surgeon,
Gabriel Agostini 17 Dec. 24 Antoine Court 31 Jan. 21
Peter Naghten I

ROYAL INVALID CORPS.
IST COMPANY,
Colonel, His Excellency the GOVERNOR.
Lieut. Colonels, Lieutenant,
John Lewis 1 March 11 St.Felix Conrlbeias 24 Feb.
John Miller Ensigns,
Captains. P. N. Aumaitre 24 Feb. 21
Abram Pinto,jun. 26 Dec. 21 N. Voisin
A. Ladeveze Paymaster,
Jasper Lyon Quarter-Master,
Louis D'Heurenx Surgeon,

MILITARY ARTIFICERS' COMPANY.
First Lieutenants,
George Davies 17 April 13 | Kenneth Clarke 20 Dec. 20

DIEGO MARTIN CORPS.
LIGHT DRAGOONS.
Captain, Cornet,
Lieutenant,
Edward Devenish 22 Dec. 22
INFANTRY.
Major, I Adj. J. G. Worthington, act.
G. Filzgerald 25 April 27 Paymaster, J. J. Andr6
Lieutenant, Qr.-Master, S. M. Schuller
J. G. Worthington 24 Feb. 21 Surgeon,

CARENAGE BATTALION.
Major, Lieutenant,
Louis Rochard 24 Dec. 25 Charles Rochard. 23 Dec. 22
Captain, Ensign,
George Armstrong 16 Dec. 23 PayIn. Louis Lefer 14 May 13
q ,-Mastecr,











SECOND DIVISION.
Colonel Commandant, JOSEPH PESCIIIER.
Aide-de-Camp, Cornet John Cockerton.
STAFF.
Rrigade Majqr, Captain Laurence Nilell, 23d March, 1821.
Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. Sebastian Cipriani (Lieut.) 14 Dec. 22.
2a Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. J. T. Pasea (Lieut.) 8 Jan. 23.
Dep. Assist. Paymaster Gen. Cipriano Cipriani (Lt ) 26 Dec.22.
Assist. Commissary General, Gabriel Montrichard, 23 Dec. 22.
Dep. Assist. Qr..Master Gen. G. Pilki'lton (Capt.) 14 Jan. 22.
Provost Marshal, George Davidson.
Staff Surgeon, Elias Tardy, M.D.24th Feb. 1821.

ST. JOSEPH'S LIGHT CAVALRY.
Major. Cornets.
Richard Joseph (Bt.Lt. Col.) Andrew S. F. Gardi6, Adjt.
16 June 1816. j 24 May 21.
Captains. Joseph Gibbs 24 May 21
Robert Gray 24 May 21 Webster Gillman 22 Nov. 23
Joseph Brunton 18 Aug.24 Paymaster.'
Lieutenants. Francisco Mexia 24 May 21
Alex. Warden 24 May 21 Quarter-Master.
Robert Nihell 24 Oct. 23 Julien de Gourville 24 Dec. 24

LOYAL TRINIDAD LIGHT INFANTRY BATTALION.
Majors. J. T. Pasea
R. M'Clintock, Commanding, Jos. A. Guiseppi 11 Marcl26
30 June 21 Edward Wharf 13 Sep. 26
Baron C. Bochmler 15 Dec.21 William Power
Captains. Second Lieutenants.
Jean Bte. Sellier 24 Jan. 15 Angel Parfan 4 Dec. 21
Alexandre Sellier 16 July 16 John Z3pero 26 Dec. 21
Sellier Faucour 16 July 16 Mark Ant. AshU 11 Nov. 22
Bartolome Prieto 24 Feb.21 J. Pierre Ashe
Jos6 Maria Orosco 24 Feb.21 Juan Ant. Prieto 3 April 26
Ferd. De Creny 24 Feb.21 Paymaster.
First Lieutenants. Faustino de Leon 15 April 15
Charles Serres 23 Dec. 11 Adjutant.
Jos9 Sorzano 24 Mar.18 Jos. Ant. Guiseppi, act.
St. Ange de Creny24 Feb. 21 Quarter-Master.
Jos6 Hospedales 24 Feb.21 Jean Jahan 23 Dec. 22
Lionel Lee 24 Feb.24 Surgeon.
Mateo Marcano 24 Feb.24 James Keith 16 Oct. 19
Faust. de Leon,jr. 24 Feb. 24











ARIMA PIONEER COMPANY.
Lieutenant, Acting Ensign,
Bartolomb Lafon Pedro Manuel Basso

ST. JOSEPH'S OR 2D COMPANY ROYAL TRINIDAD
INVALIDS.
Lieutenant Colonel, Lieutenants,
Pierre Ash6 26 Dec. 08
Captains, Terville Sellier 19 July 14
- Du Tasta Rafael Urbaneja -
- Duvigne Ensign,
William Poucher 19 Jan. 25

THIRD DIVISION.
Lt.-Colonel Commandant,
STAFF.
Brigade Major,
Assistant Adjutant General,
Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, Captain Richard Joell.
Deputy Assistant Muster Master General, Lient. John Colvin.
Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General, Lient. George Dunn.
Provost Marshal, Henry H. Anderson, 3 May 25.
Staff Surgeon, Robert Armour.
Commanding the Cavalry of the Third Division,
Lieutenant Colonel William Thornhill, 16 Dec. 22.

COUVA COMPANY-(IsT BATTALION.)
Major Commanding, Ensigns,
John Thatcher 15 Dec. 14 Sebastian Rafaeli 24 Mar. 16
Captains, William Fitzgerald
Edward Myrie 20 Apr. 09 John Brander 10 May 26
Remi Mandilhon 7 Apr. 18 Assistant Surgeon,
Lieutenant, John Jones.
Alexander Jack 18 May 26

POINT.a-PIERRE COMPANY-(2D BATTALION.)
Lieutenants, Quarter-Master,
Francois Danglade 17 Apr. 16 David Bart
Philibert Mandilhon 7 Apr. 18 Surgeon,
Ensign,










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NORTH NAPARIMA CORPS-(3D BATTALION.)
CAVALRY.
Captain, Daniel M'Alpine 23 Dec. 22
Joseph Bonttur 28 Dec. 22 Quarter-Master,
Cornets, C. H. Bonttur 24 Dec. 17
Vincent Bonttur 24 Dec. 14
INFANTRY.
Lt.-Col. Commanding, I Ensigns,
I G. H. Critchluw 27 Jan. 24
Majors, John Stephens (act. Adjt)
George Hill 22 Mar. 22 31 Dec. 25
James Taylor 7 May 28 John T. Miller 3 Apr.26
Captains, I Paymaster,
John Banks 24 Dec. 17 Wm. Hewetson 31 Dec. 25
Joseph Fitzgerald' 24 Feb. 21 Quarter-Master,
Charles Collins 8 Apr. 26 Simon Antonmattei 9 Feb. 11
Act. Surgeon, And. Welch.

SOUTH NAPARIMA CORPS-(4TH BATTALION.)
CAVALRY.
Captain, Surgeon,
L. F C. Johnston 24 Dec. 16 Win. Walkinshaw 24 Nov. 25
Hugh Fraser 31 Dec. 25
INFANTRY.
Major, ,.V Henry Anderson 24 Dec. 17
John Lamont 31 Dec. 25. Ensign,
Captains, George Winnet 25 Dec. 15
H. N. Huggins 20 Nov. 22 Quarter-Master,
Colin Campbell 31 Dec. 25 Elie Boissi.re 24 Jan. 21
William Metiver 5 Jan. 24 Surgeon,
Lieutenants, Wm. Meikleham 19 Nov.18
Francis Besson 24 Feb 21.

SAVANNA GRANDE CAVALRY.
Captain, Cornet,
Thomas Brown 6 Dec. 22 AugustusWilliams, 23 Jan. 23
Surgeon, S. G. Warner,

SAVANNA GRANDE RANGERS-
Major Commanding, Second Lieutenants,
Charles Ross 20 Dec. 22 Patrick Keily 18 Jan. 22
Major, I Henry Stewart 24 Aug.24
Robert Fleming 28 Nov. 22 W. M. N. Mitchell 31 Dec.25
Captain, Ensign,
John Stewart 12 Oct. 21 Alex. Campbell 3 Oct, 06











FINES .
For non-attendance on Parade. agreeablyt o the Regulations for
the government of the Militia Forces of this Island:
A Colonel - - 80 Dols. Serjeant Major and 7 o~ls
Lieut.-Colonel - 50 Qr.-Mr. Serjeant. J
Major - - 40 Serjeant - - 6
Captain - - -12 Corporal -- - 5
Lieutenant, Ensign, Private-first offence, 4
Surgeon, Adjutant, 8 second - 6
& Quarter Master,) I And for the third renders him-
self liable to be brought to trial before a Regimental Court Martial,
which Court Martial is empowered to pass sentence of fine and im-
prisonment; not however exceeding 20 Dollars, and forty eight
hours confinement. And should a fourth offence occur, any Private
so offending, is liable, on conviction before a Court Martial, to be
removed from the Colony, as being inimical to the Regulations
established for the security and good order thereof.
A LIST OF NAVAL AND MILITARY OFFICERS ON HALF
PAY, RESIDING IN THIS ISLAND.
Herbert Mackworth, Lieutenant R. N. 29 April 11
James L. O'Connor, Assistant Surgeon R. A. 20 May 14
Benjamin Mainwaring, Lieutenant R.N. 19 Jily 14
Henry St. Hill, Ordnance Storekeeper, 1 Jan. 15
John Clarke, Lieut. RoyalYork Rangers, 21 Dec. 18
Wm. Wright, Lieut. Second Garrison Battalion, 25 May 14
Thomas Acome; Lieut. Royal York Rangers, 24 May 15
Gaudin de Hervey, Captain Garrison Company, 16 Jan. 10
Charles Baron Bochmler, Lieutenant, 15 March 10
F. Lalung, Captain Garrison Company, 23 Oct. 07
R. Welley, Quarter Master R. W. I. Rangers, 25 Oct. 06
George Davidson, Lieutenant, 22 March 10

BRITISH ARMY ON THE WINDWARD AND LEEWARD
ISLAND STATION.

HEAD-QUARTERS-BARBADOS.
Lieutenant-General Sir HENRY WARDE, K.C.B. Commander of
the Forces.
(Captain Delhoste, 35th Regt.
Aides-de-Camp -- Lowen, 93d do.
Lieutenant Warde, 25th do.
Military Secretary, Captain W. E. Grant, h.p.
Assistant Military Secretary, Lieutenant Halfhide, lstW. I. R.
Deputy Adjutant-General, Major J. Gurwood, 19th Foot.
Acting Deputy Adjutant-General, Major James Anton.
Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, Lieutenant C. Buchanan, h.p.
Deputy Quarter-Master-General, Lieut.-Col. H. T. Shaw.











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Assistant Quarter-Master-General, Major S. Watts ,
Deputy Assistant Quarter-Mastcr-General, Capt. D M'Nicholl,h.p.
Major of Brigade, Captain Crutenden, R. A.
Deputy Judge Advocate, M. Coulthurst, Esq.
ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT.
Commanding Royal Engineers, Lieut.-Col. Sir C. F. Smith, Kt.
Commanding Royal Artillery, Lieut.-Col. Younghusband.
Acting Ordnance Storekeeper, R. Chase, Esq.
Barrack-Master, W. W.Swain, Esq.
MEDICAL STAFF.
Inspector of Hospitals, T. Gunning, Esq.
Physician to the Forces, Doctor Arthur.
COMMISSARIAT.
Deputy Commissary-General, David Elliot, Esq.
Assistant Commissary-General of Accounts, John Jenning, Esq.
Assistant Commissary-General of Accounts, J. Laidley, Esq.

SAINT LUCIA.
Governor, Major-General J. M. Mainwaring, (on the Staff and
second in command.)
Aide-de-Camp, Lieutenant Mainwaring.
Assistant Quarter-Master-General, Major Winkler, h.p.
Fort Adjutant, Ensign King, h.p.
DEMERARA.
Lieutenant-Governor, Major-Gen. SirB. D'Urban, (on the Staff.)
Aide-de-Camp, Lieutenant D'Urban, 27th Regt.
Deputy Assistant Quarter-Master-General, Captain Killikelly, h.p.
Major of Brigade, Captain Shea, 27th Regt.
Deputy Inspector of Hospitals, J. Draper, Esq.
ANTIGUA.
Governor and Commandant of the Garrison, Maj. Gen. Sir P. Ross.
Major of Brigade, Captain R. Sparkes, 93d Regt.
Deputy Assist. Quarter-Master-Gen, Capt. Dudgeon, Royal Regt.
GRENADA.
Gov. and Commandant of the Garrison,Maj.-Gen. Sir J. Campbell.
Fort Adjutant, Lieutenant Gaff, h.p.
DOMINICA.
Governor and Commandant of the Garrison, Major-Gen. Nicolay.
Fort Adjutant, Lieutenant Cox, 35th Regt.
SAINT CHRISTOPHER.
Governor and Commandant of the Garrison, Colonel Maxwell, h.p.
Fort Adjutant, Lieutenant O'Keefe, 35th Regt.
TOBAGO.
Commandant of the Garrison, Captain M'Lean, 86th Regt.
Fort Adjutant, Lieutenant Keens, 25th Regt.
SAINT VINCENT
Commandant of the Garrison, Major Hare, 27th Regt,
Fort Adjutant, Lieutenant Wickham, h.p.










41


ESTABLISHED AND TAKEN AT THE DIFFERENT GOVERNMENT
OFFICES OF THIS ISLAND.


OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNOR.
approvedd in Council, 30th June, 1813.
Gov. Sec.
MARRIAGE LICENSES. Dollars.
Whites, first class 32 16
second class 16 8
Slaves 1


Signature with Seal of Office 16 8,
Oath of Collector 5
Flag of Truce 12 8
Permission of Residence, under 14 days 2 1
'Ditto above that time, - I 5 2j
Administering Oath of Allegiance 1
Ditto in all other cases 1
MILITIA COMMISSIONS.
Brigadier-General 48 24
Colonel and Lieutenant-Colonel 40 20
Major 32 16
Captain 24 8
Lieutenant 16 6
2d Lieutenant and Ensign 10 4
Paymaster- - 24 8'
Quarter-Master - 24 8
Adjutant -24 8
Surgeon 24 8
Judge Advocate General -
Adjutant-General 2 16
Quarter-Master-General, and -
Surgeon-Geneial, each -. -
Physician General 40 ,20

Surveyor's Commission 40 20.
Deputy Naval Officer 40 20
Attorney 20. 10
Notary Public 24 16
Deputy Secretary and Registrar 40 20
Commissions under the Great Seal 100 25
E










42
REGISTRAR'S OFFICE.
Dols. Bits.
Tor every acknowledgment or entry of a- Mortgage or
Instrument of Sale of Property or Wills exceeding in
value 500 Currency ....... 6
For every like Instrument or Will where the value is
under 500 Currency . .- 4
For the acknowledgment and entry of all other Deeds and
SPowers of Attorney. .. 3
Cancelling a Mortgage 8
For a Certificate and Attestation of the Acknowledgment
and Entry of a' Foreign or other Instrument, or
Attestation or Certificate of Copies, exclusive of the
usual Fee for the Copy .2
For the Acknowledgment of Deeds, Acts, or Instruments
not required to be registered 2
For Protocoling a Writ of Execution .4
For Noting of Payments made in part satisfaction or
cancelling thereof .. 2
For Copies, each page of 90 words 2J
For Registering a Grant of Land exceeding 5 quarres and\
under 50 .
Ditto above 50 and under 100 quarries .. 9
Ditto exceeding 100 quarries .. .12
For filing an original Return of Minors' Property 4
For Entering the Extract of Adjudication of Minors'
Property, Mortgage, Accounts, and the Decree of
Approbation by the Judge .3 .3
For every search 1
REGISTRAR OF SLAVES' OFFICE.
Sterling.
For every Return received for. Registration '. 0 10 0
For every Slave inserted therein 0 1
ForeveryCertificate 0 10 0
For every hundred words therein contained beyond the
first hundred .. 0 2 0
For every Search .0 '5 0
All which Fees are to be calculated at the rate of' Exchange
prevalent in the Island at the time of the Service performed.
SWORN SURVEYORS. Dol. Bits.
For each Chain called Estadale of 10 varas in length 3 0
Attendance for measuring per day, of which the average
is the measure of 1200 varas or 120 chains .16 0

INSPECTOR OF INVOICES. Dollars.
For each Invoice 2









43
DUTIES PAID AT THE CUSTOM-HOUSE.
Duties payable upon Spirits, lie Payable upon Goods, Wares, f'
ing ofthe Growth, Production Merchandize, not being of the
or Manufacture of the United Growth, Production, or XAi.
Kingdom, or of any of the Brufactre of teBi uatrehe United Kinc-
tish Possessions in America or dom, or of any of the British
the West Indies, imported into Possessions in America, or of
Newfoundland or Canada. the Island of Mauritius, im-
Spilits imported into Stg. ported or brought into any of
Newfoundland,the the British Possessions in
Produce of any of America,or the Island of Man-
the British Posses- ritius, by Sea or by Inland
sionsinSonthAme- Carriage or Navigation.
rica or the West For evev Barrel of
Indies, viz. Wheat Flour not
- .imported from weighing morethan
any of the British 1961bs. net weight, 0 5 0
Possessions in For every cwt.ofBis-
South America or. cuit or Bread.... 0 1 6
the West Indies, For every Barrel of
the Gallon ...... 0 0 6 Flour or Meal no-
- imported from weighing more than
the United King- 196 lbs. not made
dom, the Gallon.. 0 1 6 from Wheat...... 0 2 6
- imported from For every bushel of
any other Place to Wheat ......... 0 1 0
be deemed Foreign For every bushel of
and to be charged Pease, Beans,Rye,
with Dnty as such. Calavances, Oats,
- the Produce of Barley, or Indian
any British Posses. Corn............ 0 0 7
sion in NorthAme- Rice, for every 100
rica, or of the Uni. lb. net weight.... 0 2 6
Sted Kingdom, and For every 1000 shin-
imported from the gles not more than
United Kingdom, 12inchesinlength, 0 7 o
or from any Biitish For every 1000 shin-
Possession in Ame- gles being more
rica or the West than 12 inches in
Indies, the Gallon 0 1 6 length ........ 0 14 0
- imported from For every 1000 Red
any other Place to O. Staves or Head-
be deemed Foreign ings ............ 0 15 0
and to be charged For every 1000 W.O.
with Duty as such.. B 2











Staves or Headings 0 12 6
For every 1000 feet
of white, yellow,or
Pitch Pine Lumber
of one inch thick.. -1 1 0
For every 1000 feet
of other kinds of
Wood and Lumber 1 8 0
For every 1000 wood
Hoops.......... 0 5 3
Horses,Mules,Asses, 10 0 0
neat Cattle,and all
other liveStock,for
every 100 ot the
value............ 10 0 0
Spirits; videlicet,
-- Brandy,Geneva
or Cordials, for
every gallon...... 0 1 0
andfurther, the
amounof anyDuyty
payable. for the
Time being on
Spirits, the Manu-
facture of the
SUnited Kingdom
Wine, imported in
bottles, the Tun,
containing252gals. 7 7 .0
--- and further, for
every 100 of the
true and real value
thereof.......... 7 10 0
--and for every
dozen of foreign
quart Bottles, in
.which such Wine
may be imported 0 1 0
-- not in Bottles,
for every 100 of
the true and real
value thereof.... 7 10 0
Coffee,for every cwt. 0 5 0
Coeoa,for every cwt. 0 5 0
Sugar,zor every cwt. 0 5 0


44
Molasses, every cwt. 0 3 0
Rnmfor every gallon 0 0 0
-- and further the amount of
anyDuty payable for theTime
being onCoffee,Cocoa,Sugar,
Melasses,& Rum, respective.
ly, being the produce of any
British Possessions in South
America or the West Indies.
Alabaster, Anchovies,
Argol, Auniseed,
Amber, Almonds,
Brimstone, Botargo,
Boxwood, o
Cnrrnnts,Capers,Cas.
casoo, Cantlarides, ,
Cummin'seed, Coral,
Cork, Cinnabar, 4
Dates, .
Essence ofBergamqt,
of Lemon, of Roses,
ofCitron, ofOrange,
ofLavender,ofRose-
mary; EmeryStone,
Flax, Fruit, viz: dry,
preserved in sugar,
wet, preserved in
brandy, Figs, a
Gum Arabic, Mastic,
Myrrh, Sicily, Am-
moniae,
Hemp, Honey,
Iron" in Bars, on-
wrought, and Pig
Iron, Incense of 0
Frankincense, I -
Jalap,JuniperBerries, .
Lava and Malta Stone
forbuilding,Lentils, '
Manna, Marble,rough I '
and worked, Mosaic
WorkMedals,Musk
Maccaroni,
Nuts, of all kinds,
Oil of Olives, ofAl.-











monds, Opium, Or-
ris Root, Ostrich,h
Feathers, Ochres,
Orange Buds and'
Peel, Olives,
Pitch, Pickles, in jars
and bottles, Paint-
ings, l'ozzalana,Pu- a
mice Stone, Punk, ,
PreciousStones (ex- t
cept liamouds)Par- *4
mesan Cheese, Pic. '. -
kles, Prints, Pearls, -
Quicksilver, o
Raisins, Rhubarb, S
Sausages,Senna,Scam- .
many, Sarsaparilla, ,
Safflower, Saffron,
Sponges,
Tar,Tow, Tnrpentine,
Vermillion, Vermicelli
Whetstones,
Clocks & Watches," g
Leather Manufac.
tures, I _
Linen, >
Musicallnstruments -
Wires of all sorts,
Books and Papersj)
Glass and Manufac-" a
tures,' -
Soap, I
Refined Sugar, .
Sugar Candy, I
Tobacco manufac- -
tured, J a
Hay-andf Straw
Coin and Bullion
Diamonds
Salt
Fruit and Vegetables
fresh
Cotton Wool' Q
'Goods the Produce of-


places within the limits'
of the East India Corm-
pany's Charter
Horses of persons travel-
ling into or through
the Province of Upper
Canada, and netessa-
rily used in removing
themselves, their fa.
miles and baggage
Cord Wood for fuel and
saw logs brought into
Upper Canada
Herrings taken and cnri
ed by the Inhabitants
of the Isle of Man, and
imported direct trom
thence
Any sort of craft,.food,
and victuals, except,
spirits, and any sort A
of clothing and imple.
menls, or materials fit
and necessary for the
British fisheries, in
America, imported inl
to die place at or from
whence such fishery'is
carried on, in British
ships
Rice and Indian Corn,
and Lumber the pro.
duce of any British
Possession on theWest
Coast of Africa, and
imported direct from
thence. J
Goods, Wares, or'0'
Merchandize not I
being enumerated ,
or described, nor )- a
otherwise charg-.
ed with Duty by ].
this Act )









46
PROHIBITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS.
Gunpowder, ery,and exceptHerrings from
Arms, Ammunitions or Uten. the Isle ofMan taken and cur-
sils of War, ed by thelnhabitants thereof.
Beef, fresh or exct into Coffee,
salted, .exeptint Coco Nuts,
Pork, Newfoundland. ,Sgar,-Melasses,
Prohibited to be imported,:Rum,
except from the United King- Being of foreign production,
dom or from some other or of the production of any
British Possession, place willin the limits of the
Tea, East India Company's Char-
, Prohibited to be imported, ter,except the Island ofMau-
exceptfromtheUnitedKing- ritins, prohibited to be im-
dom, or from some other Bri- ported into any of the British
lish Possession in America, Possessions on the continent
unless by the East IndiaCom- of South America or in the
pany, or wilh their Licence. West Indies, except the Ba-
Fish, dried or salted, hama and Bermuda Islands,
Train Oil, Blubber, Fins, or or into the Island of Mauri-
Skins, the produce of crea- rins, and may. also be prohi.
itres living in the sea, bited to be imported into the
Prohibited to be imported, Bahama or the BermudaIs-
except from the United King- lands by His Majesty's Order
dom, or from some other Bai- in Council.
tish Possession, or unless tak-Base or counterfeit Coin,
en.by British ships fitted out Books, such as are prohibited
from the United Kingdom, or to be imported into the Uni-
fVom some British Possession,I ted Kingdom:
and brought in from the Fish-I Prohibited to be imported.

CUSTOM-HOUSE.
By the 114th Cap. 6th Geo. IV. all Custom-House Fees are
declared to be abolished, under a Penalty of 100 Sterling for
anOfficer receiving any such Fees or Bribe, and dismissal from
Office.
COLONIAL DUTIES PAYABLE AT THE TREASURY.
ON IMPORTS. Vs-Cent. ON EXPORTS. yCent.
On Invoice,excepting Cot. On the value ofProduce
ton, Linen, and Cod Fish 31 regulated per Tariff of
On Wines............. 7 the Market Price.... 31
On Spirits, 4s. per gall.
in addition ............ 3
TARU-Hogsheads and Tierces, 14 lbs. per Cent.; on Barrels,
20 lbs. each; and on Bags, 3 lbs. each.
Transient Property to pay 21 per Cent.










47
DUTIES ON BEQUESTS BY WILL MADE IN TRINIDAD.
In the Ascending Line .2 per I100
Collateral Line of the First Degree 2 do.
Of the Second Degree 31 do.
Of the Third Degree 44 do.
To Illegitimate or Natural Children 6 do.
To all other Persons 7 do.
Bequests from the Fifth .6 do,
And on all Legacies or Inheritances paid to Persons,
Residents of a Foreign Colony or State, (except in
the Descending Line) an addition of 2 do.

GRANTS OR CONFIRMATION OF GRANTS OF LAND.
For a Grant of Five Quarries to Free Settlers.
To the Commissary of Population for the Registry and Dols.
Certificates .
For the Grant or Confirmation of a Grant of Land, above
five and under fifty Quarrs 35
Ditto above fity and under one hundred 50
Ditto exceeding one hundred .
APPORTIONMENT OF THE ABOVE DOCKET.
Above 5 50 Quar- Exceed-
quarrds & rLs & not ing 100
under 50. above 100. Quarrdes.
The Governnor as Intendant . 6 Dols 8 Dols. 12 Dols.
The Assessor to the Intendant 2 2 4
The Escribano and Secretary of
the Court of Intendant . 5 8 12
His Majesty's Attorney-General &
Fiscal, for his Report .... 6 8 12
The Commissary of Population
-Forhis Reportand Certificate,
under the 3d Article of the
Instructions . . 4 6' 9
For Registering the Grant and Plan 4 5 8
Commandants of Quarters-
For their visit and report of the
state of Cultivation, and noting
the Grant in the Registry of the
Quarter . . . ... 2, 4 6
Island Registhar--For the entry
of the Grant under the 6th
Article of Instructions . 6 9 12
*If a new Surrey be required the cost to be defrayed by the Party,
If the length of the Docunment entered and registered shall exceed
the above sums, at tle ratIl allowed by the existing Docket, such
excess must be paid by the parties.









48
SURVEYOR GENERAL'S OFFICE. Dols. Bits.
Permission for the Sale or Transfer of a Sugar Plantation
and enregistering the same in the Achieves 16 0
Ditto ditto ditto 100 acres and under 300 8 0
Ditto ditto ditto 300 ditto ditto ditto 600 12 0
Dittitto ditto ditto 60 ditto .. .. .. 16 0
Permission for the Sale and Registry of a Coffee, Cotton,
or Cocoa Plantation 8 0
Ditto ditto ditto 50 acres and under 50 . i. 2 0
Ditto ditto ditto 50 ditto ditto ditto 100 4 0
Ditto ditto ditto 100 ditto .8 0
Ditto ditto ditto of a House and Lot in Town 8 0
D)itto ditto ditto ditto dittoswith upper story . 4 0
Ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto with a ground floor only 2 0
Ditto ditto of a vacant Lot in Town 2 0
For the Search of any Paper in the Archieves .4 0
Copy of a Plan of an Estate and Description of Survey 12 0
For ditto ditto detailed 24 0
For examining by the Archieves and adjudging any
Question of Boundaries of Estates where his presence
is not necessary .. 8 0
For his personal Examination of Boundaries 16 0
For reporting on any reference required by Government
on Grants of Land or Occupancy .. 16 0
For registering every Grant of Occupancy 24 0
-For reporting to Government relative to Town lots com-
prising Water Lots 8 0
For the Stirveyor-Gcneral's attendance relative to diffi-
culties about Lots iffTowri 8 0
For ditto ditto ditto out of Town, per day, exclusive of
Expense in all cases .. 24 0
For ditto ditto ditto attending the Repartition of Roads,
,or examining old and laying out new Roads per day, to
be paid by the Quarter .16 0
For registering old Sirveys, Concessions, or Grants 1 0
For ditto of Lots in Town, and Survey thereof .8 0
For ditto ditto in Villages,'and Survey thereof .8 0
For ditto of Petitions 8 0
For granting a Certificate of Sale or Registry 4 0
For every other Certificate 2 0
FOR SURVEYING LANDS.
Lots under and not exceeding one acre each 8 0
Above 1 acre and not exceeding 10 acres .. 12 0
For the remainder, per acre 4 0
Ditto 10 and not exceeding 20 3 0
Ditto 20 50 .2 0
Ditto 50 100 1 46
Ditto 100 100 .. 1 0o
Ditto 1000 .0 0.










49
CIVIL TRIBUNAL OF APPEAL.
TO THE JUDGE. Dols. Bits.
Dols. Bits. toHisMaj.inCouncil 50 0
First Petition for sight For certified Copies of
of.the Proceedings 8 0 all Papers and Pro-
Petition of Agravios ceedings, per every
and answer thereto 18 0 90 words 0 2
Every succeedingT T TE PORTER.
Peittion on which For evory personal Ci-
there shall not be a station 1 0
definitive Decree 8 0 In all Causes in Appeal,
Writ of Execution or the amount of which is
other compulsory under 200 Sterling,
,order 16 0 and admissible to the
Examination of a Royal Audiencia,
Witness 4 0 where the due adminis-
For a definitive Decree 24 0 nistration of Justice
Certificate of Proceed- shall so require,' the
ings in case of Fees will be the same
'Appeal to his Ma- as those established in
jesty in Council .100 0 the Tribunals of the
TO THE ASSESSOR. Chief Judge.
For every Folio . 0 4 TO THE ADVOCATES.
For every Signature 2 0 For the first Petition 40 0
TO THE ADVOCATES. Answer orContestation 40 0
For the first Petition 8 0 Duplica 30 0
- Escrito of Agravios 100 0 Replica 30. 0
- Reply 100 0 ESTRADOS.
TO THE ESCRIBANO DE CAMERA. Attendance, Examina-
First Petition for sight tion of Witnesses, &
of Proceedings 4 0 Argument for either
Summons 2 0 Party 40 0
Petition of Agravios IN CONCURSOS.
and answer thereto 4 0 For attendance on be-
NotificationandCerti- half of eachCreditor 8 0
ficate 1 2 No Petitions to be pre-
Every succeeding Pe- sented for the sight
titiononwhichthere of Proceedings, or
shall not be a defini- for Declarations of
tive Decree 4 0 Contumacy; but ap-
Official Letters 4 0 plications for the
Writ of Execution, or same tobemadever-
other compulsory bally in open Court,
order 8 0 and for every such
Examination of a Wit- motion theAdvocate
ness 2 0 will be allowed . 4 0
For a definitiveDecree 6 0 For the first Petition 8 0
Certificate of Proceed- Escrito of Agravios .100 0
ingsincaseofAppeal Reply .100- 0












CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL OF APPEAL.
TO THE ESCRIBANO. I Dols. Bits.
Dols. Bits. For theCopy of thePro-
For each Notification 0 5 section, for every
For every other Dili- 90 words. 0 2-
gence 1 0

TRIBUNAL OF INTENDANT,
TO THE JUDGE. Dols. Bits.
Dols. Bits. Sentence of Gradua-
For every Decree of tion in a Cbncurso
the Intendant . 4 0 of Creditors 3 0
Deposition &'acknow- For every Notification 1 0
ledgment on Oath 4 0 Final Sentence 2 0
Sentence of Gradua- Assistance at a Sale 6 0.
tion in Concurso of TO THE PORTER.
Creditors 12 0 For each personal No-
Final Sentence 8 0 tification 1 0
Assistance at a Sale 10 0 -
TO THE ASSESSOR. .FOR THE PROOF OF WILLS.
For every Folio 0 4 His Excellency the
For every Signature 2 0 Governor 10 0
TO THE ESCRIBANO. The Escribano 2 0-
For every Decree 2 0 The Escribano, for
Deposition & acknow- DraftofPrqof,when
ledgment on Oath : 2 0 prepared by him. 8 0

COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE FOR THE TRIAL OF
CIVIL MATTERS.
Dols. Bits. 'Dols. Bit.'


For the first Petiton,
including the De-
cree thereon......
For every succeeding
Petition..........
An Affidavit........
Writ of Execution..
Signature to every
common Decree..'
Signature in Decree
of Proof, declare.
tory Decree, on a
matter adjudged
in desertion ofAp-
peal, or in cases
where the interpo-


sition of Judicial
Authority is requi.
red ............. 1
Signature of defini-
tive Sentence, or
Decree that has the
force of one....... 4
Decree or Sentence
in a cause of Con-
curso, or meeting
ofCreditors; orDe-
cree in Concurso
that has the force of
a definitive Decree 4
Assistance in the
swearing of Wit-











Dols.
messes and their
Declarations ..... 2
Ordei of Payment.. 1
Requisitorial Order.. 2
Decree in Execution
of other Judicial
Orders........... 1
Nomination ofaGuar-
dian or Curador... 2
Decree ofAdjndica-
tion of those offices 2
Decree of License
forSale,Mortgage,
or incumbrance of
Property!........ 1
For personal attend-
ance and presence
of the Judge, or
view had by him in
the town, or with-
in I a league round
it, in case of half a
day's employment, 6
And in case of the
employment of a
whole day........ 12
In cases where the
Judge, goes more
than half a league
from the town, in-
dependent of tra-
velling expenses.. 10
For acceptance of
offices and charges
when on oath be-
fore the Judge.... 1
For the assistance of
the Judge in pub-
lic sales,,......... 3
For the exhibition of
an Act ofDonation 2
For giving personal
possession of real
property, the same


Bits.

0


Dols. Bits.
fee as in,the case
of personal attend-
ance and view by
the Judge.
For Certificate..... 1 4
Sentence of Gradua-
tion, if the number
of Creditors does
not exceed four... 8 0
When they exceed
six.............. 16 0
Final Sentence in
any cause........ 6 0
To the Escribana.
For the first Petition
and recording the
Action........... 1 0
For the Copy of any
Petition or Docu-
ment,for 120 words 0 I
For filing the Return
of Witnesses...... 1 0
For receiving,dating,
filing and attaching
every subsequent
Petition.......... 0 5
For every Notice of 0 5
Trial or Argument 0 6
For attendingaCourt
per hour, when not
otherwise remune-
rated............. 0 5
For 'taking minutes
of Evidence, each
Witness.. :........ o
For recording a mo.
tion in Court with
the order thereon, 0 6
ForWritofExecution 1 0
For recording a Sen.
tence .......... 2 0
For every Affidavit
or Declaration of
Acknowledgment, 0 5











Dols.Bits.


All Acts of Security, 1
For Sales ot Estates, 2
For Sales of Houses, 1
For Sales of Slaves,
or other personal
Property ........
Printed Summons or
Citation ........ 0
To the Advocates.
Fot the first Petition, 40
Answer for Contesta-
tion ............ 40
Duplica .......... 30
Replica............ 30
Estrados.
,Attendance, Exami.
nation of Witne .


0
0
0-


Dols. Bits.
ses, and Argument
for either Party.. 40 0
In Concursos.
For Attendance on
behalf of each Cre-
ditor... ........ 8 0
No Petitions to be
presented for the
sight of Proceed-
ings, or for Decla-
rations of Contu-
macy, but applica-
tions to bemade
verbally, in open
Court, and for eve-
ry such Motion the
advocateisallowed 4 0


VICE ADMIRALTY COURT.
Judge. Registrar.
Dols.Bits. Dols.Bits.
Filing every information 21 Bits per folio of
90 words, or.......................... 3 6
Drawing and passing Monition, and sealing ,
the same............................ 7 2 9 '0
Filing every Affidavit, Deposition, Petition
or other Paper, 25 Bits per folio of 90 -
words, or............................ 3 6
Attending Court, each day............... 14 4 7 2
Except for publication of Evidence, hearing
Cause, definitive Sentence, or Special
Argument, then....................... 39 6 7 2
Drawing and engrossing every Order or
Rule of Court, Passing same and Copy
thereof............................. 14 4 7 2
Taking every Bond or Stipulation, and
drawing the same...................... 7 2
Taking every Protest or Plea in the nature
thereof............................ ... 7. 2
Filing every Claim ...................... 3 6
Copies of all Papers in the course of the
Cance, 2) Bits per folio of 90 words, or
each ................................. 3 6
Taking every Affidavit or Deposition ...... 3 6










53 Judj
Dols.:
Administering Oath in Court..............
Attending, taking the Answer of each Wit-
ness or Interrogatives, amd copying the
same fair............................. 14
Drawing every Commission or Order, by
consent, to examine Witnesses..........
Sealing and passing the same............
Giving notice of Court.... .............
Drawing and engrossing definitive Decree
of Condemnation and Acquittal......... 43
Passing and entering the same............
Cdpies ofProceedings in Appeal, examining
and certifying the same, 21 Bits per folio
of 90 words, or each Paper.............
Summons, Copy, and Service to Tax Costs..
Taxing same, and Judge's Allocation...... 7
Filing Exceptions to anyWitness's Evidence 7
MARSHAL.
Dols. Bits.
Publishing Monitions 14 4 ness ........
Swearing to .Return Writ of Deliver
of ditto.......... 1 8 every Comm
Attending Court,each of Court and
day.............. 5 4 Repoitof Bail.
Fees on Condemna. For every attack
tion............... 5 4 forcontempti


Attending Court to
hear Sentence pro-
nounced........... 4
Executing any Writ
of Court pn board.
any Vessel in the
Harbour ........., .14
Executing the same
on shore.......... 7
Warrant of Survey.. 7
Subpoena to each Wit.


obedience ot
cess.........
Upon Parties' su
sion .........
Commission on.
Poundage con
Money into
try.........
Commission o
perintending
landing of Ca


ge. Registrar.
Bits. Dols.Bits.
1 8


4 7 2

5 4
7 a
3 6

2 7 2
5 4


3 6
5 4
236
2 a 6
2 5 4,

Dols. Bits.
..... 3 6
y and
mission
Seal. 3. 6
.... 3 6'
hment
or dis.
Pro.
...... 18 9
ibmis-
..... 18 9
Sale, 6 per cent.
veying
Regis-
..... per cent.
n san
and
rgo..I per cent.


COURT FOR THE TRIAL OF CRIMINAL PROSECUTIONS.
The Attorney-General, as Pro- The Advocate of the Prisoner.
motor Fiscal. Dis: Bits. Dol. Bits.
For his Act and Charge' For.his Fee. . 30 0
of Prosecution 20 0 For his Attendance in
For his Attendance in Court 20 0
Court .20 0 F












COMPLA


Under 100 Dollars.
Every Action entered......
Written Summons..........
Citation in Town & Suburbs.
Execution in do. do....
And half of his ordinary Fees
for a Levy in the Country.

Above 100 and under 500
Dollars.
Every Action entered......
Each Witness sworn........
Written Summons.........
Writ of Execution..........
Citation in Town & Suburbs.
Execution in do. do....
And half of his ordinary Fees
for a Levy in the Country.
Selling 'Property taken in
Execition...............


INT COURT.

Jude Escri- Alguacil Citing
Sbano. Mayor. Officer.
Dls. Bts. Ds. Bts. Bts. DIs. Bts.
1 0 1 0 ....
...... 1 ...... ......

...... ...... 4 0 ......


1 0
1 0


... ..


Above 500 Dollars..
Every Action entered...... 1 0
Each Witness sworn........ 1 0
Written Summons....,..... .....
Writ of Execution..............
Selling Property taken in
Execution............... .....
Execution in Port of Spain
and Suburbs................
And half of his Fees for a
Levy in the Country.
Citation in Port of Spain and
Suburbs ................ ......
For every Mile within 10
Miles from Port of Spain,
an addition per Mile of.. ......
For 10 Miles and within 20
Miles, per Mile..............
Beyond 20 Miles, per Mile.. ....


1 0
1 0
0 1
0 5





2 0


1 0
1 0
0 2
1 0

2 0


4 0


4 0


..........

- r
I~













ADVOCATES AND ESCRIBANOS,
t.ICENSED TO DRAW DEEDS AND INSTRUMENTS, AS WELL AS
FEES OF PROTEST.


Dna.Rts.


For a Deed of Obliga-
tion, and fair Draft
thereof, with Attes-
tation............... 6 0
If it should contain
Special Mortgage,
recital of Decrees,
Proceedings, or Do.
cuments, for each
folio.............. '4 0
Deeds of Sale of Hou-
ses, Effects, or other
Property, the same
as the foregoing ... 12 0
For drawing Wills, Co-
Sdicils, Powers of At-
torney to Will. with-
out creation ofEntail,
Patronage, or Ec-
clesiastical Incum-
brance (called Capel-
lania),and not exced-
ing two sheets...... 14 4
For each Page contain-
ing such clauses.... 4 0
For the Draft of a seal-
ed Will............. 30 0
For Draft of a general
Power of Aministra-
tion, of collecting,
transacting, and sel-
ling real and movea-
ble Property, if not
exceeding one sheet 10 0
If exceeding tiWt, for
every Page........ 4 0
For Powers ofAttorney
granted for carrying
on,Suits............ 4 0
For Powers of Substi-


.


Dls. Bts.
tution to Solicitors or
private individuals.. 4 0
For a Deed of Compro-
mise, Bargain, or
Agreement, without
recital or reference
to Proceedings or
Documents........ 8 0
If of a Special nature,
for every Page...... 4 0
For Marriage Contract,
Dower, and Account
of Property, not ex-
ceeding four folios.. 24 0
For evely folio exceed-
ing that number.... 5 0
For Deeds of Gift and
Alienation of Pro-
perty, not exceeding
four Pages......... 8 0
For similar Deeds, ex.
ceeding four Pages. 4 0
If the Approval of a
Judge is required,
the Escrilano is enti-
tled for the Draft of
his Decree, to...... 4 *
For a Deed of Legiti-
mation ofa Son..... 4 0
For a Deed of Emanci-
pation............. 4 0
For a Deed ofAdoption 4 0
For an Indenture of
App.enriceship .... 6 0
For a Bill of Sale of a
Slave.............. 8 0
For a Manumission of'
a Slave, including
Fees of Attestation
and Registry....... 14 4









66
Dis Bts nature and circook


For a Deed of Copart-
nership, or for aSe-
purity required bythe
Royal Proclamation
of 19lh June, .1813,
in cases of Appeal to
HisMajesty'sCouncil 12 0
For a Deed of Copart-
nership, or Dissolu-
tion between Mer-
chants, and inserting
Clauses and Condi-
tions, if not exceed-
ing one sheet....... 8 0
If exceeding one Page,
and for each........ 8 0

Note.-For every other
Deed not included in
theSchedule,theFees
will be charged ac.
cording to the special


stances of each.
Note.-The Advocates
and Licensed Escri-
banos are desired to
take notice, that the
fair Drafts of the se.
veral Deeds and In-
struments made be-'
fore them, are requir-
ed, for their better
preservation in the
Office of the Deputy
Registrar,tobe made
with an inside Margin
equal to one-fourth
of the size of the Pa-
per, and an outside
Margin equal to one-
eighth thereof; and
that eachPageshould
contain 20 lines at
least.


SOLICITORS.
Dls.Bts. Dls.Bts.
For presentation of any guacil Mayor,,in ad.
Petition........... 2 0 edition thereto, with ,
Service of any Notice reference to the dis-
or other Pooceeding -tance.
in a Cause in Town, 0 6 For attendance in the
If out of Town, the Office'oftheEscriba-
same sum per mile as no, or before the
is allowed to the Al- Court in any Matter, 0 0

INTERPRETERS.
Dls. Bts. Dls. Bts.
For translating every or other Paper, for
Page of Foolscap, to for every 90 words, 0 6
contain from 80 to Attendance on exam-
100 words......... 0 6 nation of Witnesses
Attending to give faith -or otherwise, for eve-
to any Decree, or ryhour........... 1 0
Act of a Tribunal, 1 0 Interpreting any verbal
Translating any Decree demand............ 0 6











APPRAISERS.


ni. Bt


For appraisement of a
Slave, and to each
Appraiser ......... 4
If in the Country .... 8
If an Appraisement of
Slaves exceeds 1,and
for each slave, to each
Appraiser.......... I
For attendance, at all
other Appraisements
ordered in the Town,
or within j ia league

ACCOMPTANT A
Dis
For every sheet writ-
ten on both sides of
Documents and Ac.
counts............ 0
For every Sheet writ-
ten on one side .... 0
For hisReturn orAward
when the Property
amounts to 10,000
Dols. for each 2000
Dollars............ 12
From' 6000 to 20,000
Dollars............ 8
From 20,000 to 40,000
Dollars............ 6
Attendance at Court to
make any explana.
tion, &c. not exceed-
ing two hours...... 6
Ditto. under one hour, *2
In case of any error or
reformation in the
Partidor's first Re-
port in whichihe shall.
be called to alter the
same, if tire re former


. '


U In Accounts.
0 Every Folio or Sheet of
Books written on both
sides..........-...
Ditto od one side....
0 The Fee for his Report
0 and liquidation to be
assigned by theJudge
according to the tron-
ble and importance
of the matter.
Attendance at Court
asin Partitions, &c..
'* 3


Dis. Bts.
round it, in. case of
half a day's employ-
ment, for each Ap.
praiser............. 6 0
And in case of the em-
ployment of a whole
day .............. 10 ,0
In cases where the Ap-
praisers go more than
half a'league, inde-
pendent oftravelling
expenses.......... 14 0

JUDICIAL REFEREE.
S Dies. Bts.
tion does not arise
from a mistake, but
froL the presentation
of a new Voucher by
any ofthe Parties,ha
will receive for each
Folio ............ 4 0
And in case that he
shall write any more
Folios, he will not re.
ceive for the whole
more than.......... 16 0










58
TAXADOR.
Dis. Bts. Dls. Bts.
For each Folio...... 0 2 When they exceed 100, 8 0
For his Report in can- Ditto ditto ditto 200, 10 0
ses where the Folios Ditto ditto ditto 400, 12 0
amount to 50 ...... 0

ALGUACIL MAYOR.


Dls. Bts
Extracting the Pro-
ceedings in case of
Contumacy declared 4 0
For Imprisonment.... 3 0
For apprehending any
Person in a Criminal
or Civil Cause, it by
day....... ...... 2 0
By night............ 4 0
If there be Imprison-
ment of two or more
Persons, for each
Person, by day .... 1 5
And by night........ 3 0
And in case of extraor-
dinary exertions or
trouble, the Judge
of the cause will tax
it according to his
discretion.
For imprisonment of a
Debtor in default of
the Security of San.
camiento.......... 2 0
For attending on a Cor.
poral punishment... 8 0
For every Capital Pu.
nishment.......... 32 0
For proclaiming every
Proclamation ...... 16 0
For every Levy in the
Town and Suburbs
on moveable or im.
moveable Property, 8 0


For the same at and between the
following Quarters:
Dls. Bts.
St. Juan's and Coco-
rite ............... 12 0
St. Joseph's ........ 16 0
Tacarigna ........... 24 0
Arima .............. 32 0
Diego Martin......... 16 0
Carenage........... 20 0
Chaguanas .......... 24 0
Cascajal ............ 24 0
San Fernando, and the
Quarters of North
and SouthNaparima, 32 0
Oroponche........... 40 0
And beyondOropouche
Six Dollars for every
day, to be declared
on the Oath of the
Alguacil Mayor on
the Writ of Execu-
tion, as to the num.
ber of days.

(For his Fees in Complaint
Court Matters, see page 54.)

For the Service of Writs.
For serving a Writ in
Port of Spain or the
Suburbs .......... 0
For every Mile within
ten Miles from Port
of Spain, an addition










5!
Is.Bts.
of, per Mile ....... o 1
For ten Miles and
within 20 Miles.... 0 1,
Beyond 20 Miles, for
every Mile........ 0 2
On the collection of Taxes.
By a Decree of the
Court ofIntendant of
the 24th July, 1823,
the Alguacil Mayor
is authorised to
charge 101. per cent.
on the Parties for
the collection of Ar-
rears of Taxes, out
of which he is to pay
the Taxed Costs of
the Tribunal, when
approved, and from


the Remainder is
allowed as follows,
in lien of all Charges
heretofore assigned
to him for his Servi-
ces- pP. ent.
If he recovers 12,000
dollars ............ 5
Ditto ditto 18,000 do. 7I
Ditto ditto 24,000 do. 10
After deducting the
Escribano's Fees up-
on the Decree.
And by a subsequent Decree ofthe
Court of Intendant, dated 31st
July, 1826, "the Alguacil Mayor
is authorized to charge 20pcent.
upon all defaults that may be in
future collected by him, or his
officers,&paid into theTreasury."


PUBLIC GAOL.
Dls.Bts. Ds. Bts.
For Punishment in the Subsistence per day,
Gaol.............. 0 6 per man........... 0 2
To the Driver........ 0 4 Forlodginginoneofthe
Commitment......... 1 2 upperRooms,perday 0 1

NOTARIES PUBLIC.
DlBt s. Dis. Bts.
Noting Protest of any Duplicate Protest.... 8 0
Vessel............ 4 0 For registering any
Extending the Protest 12 0 short Paper........ 2 0
Demanding Accept- Certificate of such Pa-
ance or Payment of per ............... 2 0
Note, with Protest- Attestation.......... 4 0
for refusal.......... 12 0 1

SECRETARY OF THE CABILDO.
DIs.Bts. Dls.Bts.
For registering in the Practitioner, Inter.
Books of the Cabildo preter, or Solicitor 4 0
the Commission of a For registering the Li-
Judge or Advocate 8 0 cense of an Apothe-
For registering the Li- cary or Druggist.... 2 0
cense of a Medical











Dls. Bts.
For administering the
Oath to a Judge,.and
putting him in pos-
session of his Seat at
the Meeting ot the
Board............. 6 0
For a Permission to oc-
cupyLand inthe Sub-
urbs oftbeTown,pro-
vided the same has
60 yards in front.... 16 0
For the attendance at
theSale of the Public
Revenues before the
Doors of the Cabildo,
for each............ 6 0
For,drawing. and deli-
vering Licenses* to
Keepers of Grog
Shops, for each Li-
cense ............. 6 0
For drawing the Secu-
rity and attesting the
same.............. 4 0


Dls. Bts.
For attendance on the
Regidors or Alcaldes
in their visit and in,
section of Shops,
which are to be
equally divided be.
tween the liegidors,
Alcaldes, and Escri-
banos ............. 6 0
For each Shop inspect-
ed and visited....... 2 0
For a certified Copy of
a Document proto.
coled in the Cabildo,
if it does not exceed
two sheets ......... 4 0
N.B. As to Presenta-
tions, Decrees, Co-
pies, Attestations, &
Notifications, the Es-
cribano is entitled to
the same Fees as the
Escribano in ordinary
Processes.


TOWN SURVEYOR.
DIs. BtsJ


For any View........ a 0
Plan and Elevation of a
House with a ground
floor.............. 2 0
Ditto with two stories 4 0
Ditto with three...... 8 0
For Permission to
transfer a Lot or por-
tion of a Lot........ 2 0
Houses built of legal
'materials qf one story 2 0
Ditto of two stories... 4 0
Ditto of three........ 6 0
Including the View ne-
cessary to warrant
the transfer.


DIs.Bts..


For oldHouses ofwood,
double the foregoing
Fees, except for the
purpose of rebuild-
ing, in which case it
shall be passed as a
Lot and Premises,
for................ 2 0
For attending tle abate-
ment of a nuisance.. 4 0.
A written Notification
to any Proprietor
respectingtheimpro-
per condition of the
drain, paving, &c. of
his Lot........... I 0


I











WEIGH MASTER AT THE KING'S WHARF.
FOR WEIOlINO. Bits. Bits;
Barrels, Bags, & Seroons 0l ingto size........ Bit a Ij
Bales Cotton ............ Grindstones, do. do. 1 Bit a li
From 5 to 8001bs........ I Stills................... 1
8 to 14001bs....... 2 Rolls of Lead, according
14 to 1800lbs....... 2 to size............1 Bit a 1
1800 and ipwards... 3 Mules.................. 2
CRANAGB. Horses and Cattle........ 3
All Drafts above 12001bs. 14 Hogsheads of Fish, each.. 1
Hogsheads Lime, accord. Tierces of ditto......... 01


Hogshead
Tierces..
Barrels '.
Empty Hi
Punche
Empty Bi
Kegs fille
jeans..
Staves, B
and Ho


WHARFAGE AT SAN FERNANDO.
DIs. Bts.
orPuncheon 0 5 Shingles per 1000...
............ 0 3 Lumber, per 1000 fe
............. 0 2 Cases & Trunks not
ogsheads and ceeding 3 cubic fe
ons......... 0 1 Ditto exceeding....
arrels........ 0 Of Mill ... ........,...
d and Demi- Boilers............
. .............0 0O Wheels, per pair....
ricks, Titles, Carriage...........
ops. per 1000 5 0 Cart..............


DIs.BtM.
... O 5
et 6 0
*x-
eet 0 3
.. 0 &
.. 0
..1 0
.. 1 0
2 0
., 2 0


RATES OF FARES FOR BOATS
Plying in the Harbour of Port of Spain, agreeably to the Order
of the 26th March, 1821,


D
To and from all inshore Vessels ...................
To and from the second class .....................
To and from the third class........................
To and from the fourth class .....................
All outside of the fourth class.....................
To Ships of War ........................ .......
Boats with luggage to have an additional allowance of
three pence per package equal to a common trunk.
From Port of Spain to Chacachacare................
Isla de Monos .............
Gasparillo and Chaguaramas...
Pointe Gourde and Carenage...
Point Cnmana and Cocorite....
.The landing place at Carony....


1s. Bte.
0 It
0 21
0 s3
0 4J
0 6
0 9


o o











Dig. Bts.
From Port of Spain to Chaguanas ................. 2 21
Barancon and Cascajal........ 3 0
Couva Canal ............... 3 6
.Savonetta .................. 4 5
Point Pierre............... 5 0
San Fernando................ 6 0
Oropouche .................. 8 0
Point La Brea .............. 10 0

ACCUSTOMED RATES OF FREIGHT FOR DROGHERS.
From Port of Spain to the Bocas,
And to the different Shipping Places as far to Leeward as
Oropouche.
Dis. Bts.i Dis. Bt.


Pnncheons of every
description.........
Hogshead of Fish....
Hhds. of Lime, Coals,
&c. 36-inch Truss...
Hhds. of Lime, exceed-
ing 36-inch Truss....
Hogsheads ofSugar not
above 1500lbs......
Ditto, exceeding ditto.
Barrels of every des-
cription ............
Lumber, Staves, Wood
Hoops, Bricks, and


Tiles, per 100...... 5 &
Shingles, Cypress and
Cedar, per 1000....' 2 0
Ditto, Boston....... 1 0
Firkins, Kegs, Boxes,
and all small Pack-
eges, each.......... 0 1
Males, each........... 3 0
Horses & Oxen, each:. 4 0
IronBoilers,p.10001bs. 0 5
Still and Worm, 200
gallons............ 8 0
Ditto, exceeding 200
gallons ........... 12 0


RATES OF WHARFAGE AT THE SOUTH QUAY,
PORT OF SPAIN.
Dis. Bts Dls.Bts.
Lumber of all kinds, Bricks and Tiles, per
per 1000 feet........ 0 1000.............. 0
Staves and Shooks, per Coals and Lime, per
1000 feet........... 0 2 hogshead.......... 0

RATES OF POUNDAGE.
For Cattle, Horses, Mules, c. Goats, Sheep, 4c.
Ds. Bts. Dis. Bts.
Apprehension........ 1 3 Apprehension........ 0 6
Poundage........... 0 5 Poundage ........... 0 9
Fine ............... 2 0 Fine ............... 1 &
Maintenance per day.. 0 4 Maintenance per day.. 0 2












RATES OF PASSAGE IN THE MAIL BOATS.
Dollars.
From Antigua to Barbados ......................... 3
to Dominica........................ 24
to St Kitts, Montserrat, or Nevis....... 16
FromBarbados to Antigua ........................... 32
to Demerara, Dominica, Gtenada or St.
Vincent ............... ,.........: 24
to St. Kitts, Nevis, Montserrat, or Surinam 40
to Tobago ........................... 16
to Trinidad ......................... 32
From Demerara to Barbados ........................ 24
From Dominica to Barbados ........................ 24
to Antigna, St.Kitts, Nevis, or Montserrat 24
From Grenada to Antigua, St. Kitts, &c. ............ 32
to Barbados............................ 24
toSt. Vincent .... ................... 16
From St. Kitts, Nevis, &c. to Antigua :.............. 16
to Barbados ........................ 40
to Dominica .......................... 24
From St. Vincent to Antigua, St. Kitt's, &c............ 32
to Barbados .......................... 24
to Grenada .......................... 16
From Tobago to Antigua, St. Kitt's, Nevis, or Montserrat 32
to Barbados.......................... 24
to Grenada, St. Vincent, or Trinidad...... 16
iK Servants to pay half price. A reasonable Freight also for
all Baggage above a Bed and Trunk. Passage Money paid before
the Baggage is delivered.
---"--
FEES RECEIVED BY THE REV. THE RECTOR OF
PORT OF SPAIN.
MINISTER. CLERK.
Dols.Bits. Dols.Bits.
For Christening a White or Free Person
ofColour....................... 2 b 0 5
For Christening a Slave.............. 0 6 0 3
For a Marriage....................... .4 0 2 0
'For a Burial ...................... 4 0 3 0
of a Slave.............. 2 0 O 5
"Public Churching .................... 2 0 1 0
*Publication of Banns................. 3 0 1 0
For erecting a Monument............. 10 0 4 0
For every Certificate................. 1 0 0 5











Fees for Services performed in private Dwellings,
Dis.Bts. Dls.Bts.
For Christening, including Churching, if
performed in the House.............. 16 0 4 0
For a Marriage........................ 32 0 8 0
Tarif of Church Dues to be paid by all other than poor Persons
and Slaves.
IN CHURCH. OUT.
For any Christening...................... 1 0 8 0
For any Marriage........................ 5 0 20 0

For leave to hang Mourning in the Church for an
Individual ............................... 40 0
For putting up a Monument in the Church...... 50 0

DOCKET OF THE PAROCHIAL FEES
Which the Reverend Curates of the Holy Roman Catholic Church
of this Island receive.
NOTE.--The Dollars mentioned in the body of this Docket, are of
9 Bits each, and those carried out are of 10 Bits.
BAPTISMS.
For administering the Sacrament of Baptism to White
or Free Coloured Person:-To the Curate, 5 Reals;
Sacristan Mayor, 1 dollar; for building the new
Church.......... *** ...................... 2 3
A Wax Taper, or 5 Reals, is given to the Curate.
Ditto ditto, to a Slave-Curate, 3 Reals; Sacristan
Mayor, 6 Reals ......... ......................... 0 9
For a Certificate of Baptism to Rich Persons-Curate,
3 Dollars..................................... 2 7
Ditto ditto, to poor Persons-Curate, 1 Dollar......' 0 9
MARRIAGES.
For Publication of Banns-Curate, 3 Dollars........ 2 7
For a Marriage of Persons of the first class-For
Building the New Church, 3 Dollars............. 2 7
Dito ditto, of the second class-For Building the New
Church, 2 Dollars ............................ 1 8
Ditto ditto, of the third class-For Building the New
Church, 1 Dollar ... ----------------- 0 9
MASSES.
For a High Mass of Devotion and Brotherhood-Cnurte
6 Dollars; Sacristan Mayor, 2 Dollars; for Build-
jag the New Church, i Dollar ~---~ --~.- -~ 8 1
Masses after Marriage-Curate, 6 Dollars; Sacristan
Mayor, 2 Dollars-,,-- - -- ,-.., w 7 2










65
DIs.Bts.
A1se the Marriage Pledge, or 13 pieces of Silver, ge-
nerally half Bits
For the Mass chanted at the Funeral of Children-
Curate, 6 dollars; Sacristan Mayor, 3 dollars .... 8 1
For Mass, and when the Body is exposed--Curate, 6
dollars; Sacristan Mayor, 2 dollas............... 7 2
For Vespers, Morning Prayers, and Processions-
Curate, 6 dollars; Sacristan Mayor, 2 dollars...... *7 2'
For a Low Masst-Curate 1 dollar.................. 0 9
For each Mass chanted with a Deacon or Sub.Deacon-
2 dollars to each of them.
BURIALS AND FUNERAL HONORS.
Of Adults, with the large Cross-Curate, 15 dollars;
Sacristan Mayor, 10 dollars; Church Funds, 8
dollars........................................ 29 7
For the solemn chaunt at the Burial of a Child-Curate,
20 dollars; Sacristan Mayor, 10 dollars; Church
Funds, 8 dollars; for Building the New Church, 6
dollars ....................................... 39 0
For the Funeral of an Adult or Child-Curate, 4 dollars ;
Sacristan Mayor, 2 dollars ................... 5 4
For Burial, with the 3 pauses to sing Responses-Curate,
18 dollars; Sacristan Mayor, 6 dollars; for Build.
ing the New Church, 6 dollars .................. '27 0
To each Priest who attends a Burial or Exefuief, two
dollars ..................................... 1 8
To each of the Choristers II who assist at a Solemn Fu-
neral, 4 Reals.................................. 0 4
For a Funeral Service-Curate, 8 dollars; Sacristan
Mayor, 2 dollars .............................. 9 0
Fnaeral Honors, or Religious Ofices, on the Anniversa.
ry of a Person's Death; for the Mass Sr Service--
Curate, 30 dollars; Sacristan Mayor, 15 dollars;
Sub Sacristan, 2 dollars; Church Funds, 8 dollars;
for Building the New Church, 2 dollars.......... 51 3

SThis sum is paid for each of these functions.
If money for Mass be left by Will, the Church is to receive 10
y cent. on the sum paid, from the property of the deceased.
T This is paid to the Officiating Curate.
This is done only when asked for.
I! The nrlhber (ft'bher. b' : ,n .o.; r- miy nIrq- n '. (', r lT'rs
thl *** .* *' .










66
FARES TO LICENSED LABOURERS OR PORTERS.
Bits. IBits.
Per Day .............. 6 For every Trip or Job in
Half Day.............. 4 the Town or Suburbs.. 1
Per Hour.............. 1

RATES OF TARES
Allowed on West India Sugars imported into Great Britain.
From Jamaica, Grenada, Tobago, St. Vincent, and St. Kitt's:
Cwt. qrs. lbs.
Hogsheads, from 8 to 12 cwt............ 1 0 7
From 12 to 15 ................ 1 1 12
From 15 to 17 ................ 1 2 0
From 17 and upwards ........ 1 2 14
From Dominica, Antigua, Nevis, Montserrat, and Trinidad:
Hogsheads, from 8 to 12 cwt............. 1 0 7
From 12 to 15 ................ 1 1 4
From'15 to 17 ................. 1 1 21
From 17 and upwards ......... 1 2 0

SPANISH WEIGHTS AND MEASURES,
Shewing the proportion they bear to each other and to those of
England.
WEIGHTS.
The Fanega............. ........ 110lbs. English.
Quintal....................... 100 ,
Aroba......................... 25 ,,
4 Arobas....... ................. 1 ,,
MEASURES.
Varas. Estadale.
100 = 1 Solare.
2500 = 25 = 1 Snerte.
10000 = 100 = 4 = 1 Fanega.
40000 = 400 = 16 = 4 = 1
English Inches.
The VaraofCastille ....,...... 32,952
Seville............... 33,127
Madrid........... = 39,166
The Measure used in Surveying in Trinidad is the Quarree,
containing 18,526 Varas of Castille, or 3S English Acres; con-
seqnently 100 Quarrees are equal to 320 Acres.
The side of square of a Qularr6e or 31English Acres, is equal
to 373i English feet; 4081 Spanish do.; 350 French do. or
136, Spanish Varas.












F setaonit Institutiot~ .


MI.'. Ill.. Grand Inspectors-General of 33.;. drg.,. ad vitam
over all the Orders of Exalted a'?d Philosophic Masonry,
in the two Hemispheres,
VINCENT PATRICE and SETH DRIGGS.
Provincial General over all Encampments of Knights Templars
in the West Indies,
By virtue of a Commission from the Royal Grand Conclave of
Scotland,
T.'. I1l.. Sir SETH DRIGGS.

TRINIDAD GRAND ASSEMBLY
"Of Knights Templars and Appendant Orders, No. 29, on the
Registry of the Grand Conclave of Scotland.

Field Days on the second Fridays of January, April, July,
and'October, at Mount Moriiph.

JERUSALEM ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, No. 48,
On the Registry of the Supreme Grand Royal Arch Chapter of
Scrtland,
Assembles on the first Mondays of every month, at Mount
Moriab. V *

LOGE LES F.-. UNIS,
No. 327, on the Registry of the Grand Lodge of Scotland,
Meets on the first and third Saturdays of each month, at
Mount Mouiah. *

UNION LODGE.
No. 690, on the Registry of the Grand Lodge of Ireland,
Meets on the first Thursday in each month.
* *












INSTRUCTIONS FOR VESSELS COMING TO TRINIDAD.
To run down the North Shore from Point Galere to the Bocas.
After passing Toco Bay, haul in for the land and run down the
Coast about one milaedistant from the shore ; you will find anchor-
age in Iegular soundings (as laid down in Captain COLUMBINE'S
Chart) all along the coast until you come abreast of the Bocas;
when the water becomes very bold and no safe anchorage, except
on the North side of the.Island of Huevos, distant about half a mile.
The soundings in and about the Bocas Are also correctly laid down
in Captain Columbine's Chart, with which every vessel should'be
provided. Should the current be running to leeward and the wind
light, you should anchor and wait a favourable change, to push at
once through the Bocas. By not anchoring in such cases, vessels
are frequently drifted to leeward altogether, or so far in the offing,
that when the current changes and a favourable breeze springs up,
they are unable to take advantage of them to get at once through
the Bocas, being so far off it takes nearly the (tole day to regain
her lost ground, and by the time they beat up abreast of the Bocas
again, the breeze dies away, the current sits outhlrakd away they
drift to leeward as before, and are frequently baffled in this way,
backwards and forwards for days together. To this cause is prin-
cipally to be attributed the frequent occurrence of vessel remaining
so long outside without being able to get into the Gulph of Paria.
Strangers are apt to keep out too far from the land in running down
this coast. The currents are very irregular outside, and about the
Bocas, and mucl stronger during the wet season than at any other
time of the year, particularly at the full and change.- The winds
prevail from the Northward during the months of November,
ecember, January, and February; from the East in March, April,
May, and June; canlm and variable in July, August, September,
and October, when they are generally southerly. The most favour-
able time for.entering the Bocas is about two hours after the tide
begins to flow, and for going out, one hour after ebb commences.
- Vessels in want of water can be supplied at Toco, Point Sans
Souci, Rio Grande, Petit Matelot, Rio Paria, Escuavas, Maraccas
Bay, Chute d'Eau, and Macaripe.
DIRECTIONS FOR ENTERING THE BOCAS,
SAND NAVIGATION OF THE GULPH OF PARIA.

BOCA GRANDE.
The current sets very strongly from the S. E. upon the southern
and eastern coast of the Island, and is particularly rapid in the strait
between the southern coast and the Continent, through which it sets
into the Guplh of Paria; another current sets along the northern
-coast, from the eastward in a W. by S. direction, and having a
tendency to the southward on the S. E. coast of Cumanaor Paria.
l'he effect of these currents is.ah accumulation of water, which












seeks an escape to the northward from the Gulph of Paria, and
which must naturally be increased in the rainy seasons by the influx
fiom the surrounding lands.
As the water seeks its escape through the Bocas to the northward,
it meets the westerly current from the north-eastward, which so far
opposes it as to cause perpetual agitation of the sea. It was from
this circumstance that COLUMBUS called these passages Bocas del
Drago, or Dragon's Mouth.
Shipping bound for the Port generally run down to the northward
of the Island, with the advantage of wind and current, for the Boca
Grande, or Dragon's Mouth, passing to the westward of the Isle of
Chacachacarreo. This passage is more than 5 miles broad, with a
depth lof not less than 50 fathoms. In entering, you sust be very
cautions not to gpt too far to leeward, for the current may be so
strong as to render it impossible for you to gain the Port. It is
therefore recommended that you haul round the western side of
Chacachacareo, i llwevcr within the distance of a mile, from the
south-westerln- lJ Havin pssed tie Rock laid down on
the Chart, mr"nIuard to south-east, and then, as the
wind pdrinm Pie 7. E. for t road, wherein you may anchor at
pleasure, i or5 fathoms, in good holding, ground.
The ab tned R.ck,laid down in the Chart to the' S. W.
of Chacac carreo, is aboutfrty yards in circumference, and is
said to have only 9 feet water over it on the shoalcst part at low
water. On the inorning of the 26th of June, 1809, the Ship SAMUEL,
Captain SuGHiRE;, of London, drawing 17 feet water, struck upon
it, and remained fast for several hours. While this Ship was
around, two others passed, one on each side, without touching,
although not 25 fathoms distant; the water being very deep all
round. The bearings, by compass, from the Ship were, Chacacha-
carreo, smoth-wces Point, E. N. E.; El Plato, or Goose Island,
S. W. by W. iV.; the south-east Point of Cumana, or Paria, W.
by S. The current was setting very strongly from the southward,
Nwith light variable winds.
BOCA DE NAVIOS, OR SIlIP'S PASSAGE.
The Boca de Navios, or Ships' Passage, is considered as the best
channel for Ships sailing outwards. It is about one mile and a half
broad, and steep on cacTi side. Here, as in the Boca Grande, it is
proper to keep the eastern land on board. To Ships which may
attempt this passage from the northward, the wind will be favourable
until within the head, but flaws from the high land may then be
expected.
BOCA IIIEVOS.
Boca lHuevos has been considered by many the best, shortest, and
most convenient passage for ships, bound inn yards; but experience
has proved the contrary. It is known to be a very dangerous
passage for large vessels. The high land on the Monos side causes
frequent sudden flaws, succeeded by almost instantaneous cahns4












thc current sits strong over upon the windward shore, drawing you
at the same time into a small Bay on the north-west end of Monos,
full of sunken rocks, where the NAPARIMA was lost. The indraft
intb this Bay is very extraordinary and rapid; so much so, as to
have caused its being named by the fishermen "THE DEVIL'S
HOLE." Small vels acquainted with this place may anchor in
front of the #ay, ifHF to l1rfathoms water; foul bottom; but large
class of vessels have not sufficient room to swing clear of the rocks.
Vessels attempting this.chanlhel should be careful to keep the lee
shore aboard, as less dang;if and more likely to carry a breeze
through. .This passgsh oulkcever be attempted with a scant wind.
BOCA MONOS, *t APE PASSAGE.
This Boca is next to Trinidad; the passage is narrow and danger-
ous in several places, particularly at the outer entrance, where
there is a sunken rock extending from the South side of the small
Island in this channel, towards the Island of nos, upon which
are breakers, ybt there is ground all th imw~ tugh, in which
vessels may anchor in 3 it osms; ie re strong
and irregular, and the wivd gcncl y scat;-caws down
the allies. This passage is rcco i ended for vIs er 50 tons.

DISTANCES EAST AND WES- OM PORT S.AIN.
TO TIlE FAST. TO THE WEST.
From Bidadame Mlonereau's. From Corner of Richmond-street
miles. fur. per. miles fur. per.
To the Spring at La To tie Mucarapo
Pena........... 0 4 1 Rixw r.......... 1- 21.
- River Aricaua... 6 (i -Cocorite Wharf... 2. 6 15
- Chemin de Bu-uf.. 5 5 6 -Turn to l'Ance
- Bridge at Madame Ponchet ........ 3 7 16
De Creny's .....7 6 -Sea Shore........ 5 3" 16
- River Arauca..... 13 2 21 --lM,. Gellincan's.. 7 2 12
-Arimia ........... 16 4 2 Carnage ......... 7 5 39
-Guanap .......... 18 1 29-Turn to Bel Vue
- Valencia...... .21 7 19 Estate......... 8 6 37
-theSeaatEbranchse39 7 19-Boundary of the
The distance from Prospect Estate..10 5 31
GuanapotoMatural7 -Macaripe Bay.... 11 5 31
FrolmPortSpain to the
Bridgeat the turn
to Bel Vue Estate 8 6 37
To the turn to the late
Mr. Rochard's.. 8 2 6
-the Village of
Cliaguaramas... 12 0 26
-Chlaguaramas Est.13 2 6















CURRENCY reduced into STERLING.

Currency. 'Serling. Currency. Sterling.
X 61 S. a \s. .6 d. 8 s07S. d. t 40 s. 7d.4
64 27 1 8 118 4 16
5 28 3 4 109 47 4 8
o 8 12 110 47 13, 4
71 2 0' 8 111 48 2'
68 29 9 4 112. 48 10 8
69 29 181 113, 4 I'9i 4
70 30 6 8 1141 419i ,
71 30 15 4 49 16 8
72 31 4 11' 5 5 4
73 31 12 8 117 50 14'
74 32 1 4 118 51 2' 8
75 32 10 119: 11 4
76 32 18! 8 120 52
77 31 7 4 121 52 8
78 16 122 52 17 4
79 34 4! 8 123 53 (
80 34 13 4 124 53 14 8
8135 2 125 4 3 4
82 35 10 8 126 54 12
83 35 19 4 127 55, 0 8
84 3 8 128 55 9 4
85 30 16 8 1291 55 18l
86 37 5 4 1301 56 6 8
87 37 4I 131! 5i 15 4
68 38 21 8 182 57 4
89 38 11 4 13 57 12 8
00 39 131 58 1 4
01 39 8 8 13 5 58 10
92 39 17 4 136, 58 18 8
!)3 40 61 137. 59 7 4
04 40 14 138, 59 16
95 41 4 139 60 4 8
96 41 12i 140 60 13 4
07 42 0 8 141 61 2
98 42 9 4 142 61 10 8
09 842 18 143 I 19 4
100 43 61 8 144 62 8
101 43 15 4 1462 16 8
102 41 4 14 63 5 4
103 44 12 8 14 14
101, 45 1 4 148 6 2
105 45 10 149 64 11 4
1061 ; 45 18 8 160 05








CURRENCY reduced into STERLING.

Currency. Sterling. \ Currency j. Sterling.
1fI s. d. 65s. Sd. 8 1953. R. 84S. 10 d.
152 17 4 19'i 4 18I 8
153 660 19: 85' 7; 4
54j 66 14 8 19t 85 16j
155! 07 3! 4 99 86 41 8
150 67 12' 200 6 13 4
157 6O 0 8 201 67 21
S 68 9 4 202 87 10 8
159 68 1 203 87 19 4
16 69 6' 8 204 88 81
61 69 15 4 205 88. 16 8
162 70 41 206 89 5 4
6 70 12 8 207 89 14
164 71 1 4 208 99 2 8
165 71 10 209 90 11 4
160 71 I 8 210 91
107 72 7 4 211 91 8 8
J68 72 16 212 91 17 4
I69 73 4 8 213 02 6
170 73 13. 4 214 92 141 8
171 74 2 215 93 3 4
172 74 10 8 210 93 12
173 74 19 4 217 94 0 8
174 75 8 218 94 9: 4
175 76 16 8 219 94 181
176 76 5! 4 220 95 6 8
177 76 14 221 95 151 4
178 771 2 8 222 96 4:
179 77, 11 4 223 96 12, 8
180 78 224 97 1' 4
i81 78 8 8 225 97 10I
182 78 17 4 226 97 18t 8
183 79 6 227 08 7 4'
184 79 14 8 228 08 16,
185 80 31 4 229 99 41 8
18 80 12i 230 19 13 4
187 81 0 8 231 410i 2
18 81 9 4 232 10 101 8
189 81 18 23 100 19 4
1901 82 6 8 234 101 8.
i91 82 15 4 235 101 16 8
192, 83 4 236 102 5 4
193 83 12 8 237 102 14
194 8I41 I1 4 23. 103 2 8









CURRENCY reduced ilo STERLING.


Currency. Sterling.
X2393. d. It 103s. ld. 4
240 104
241 10.1 8 S
242 104 17 4
213 105
244 105 11 8
215 106 18 4
216 1060 12
247 107 0 8
248 107 9 4
249 107 18
250 108 6 8
251 108 15 4
252 109 4
253 109 12 8
254 110 1 4
253 110 10
256 10 1
257 11 7 4
258 Il. 1 46
259 112 4 8
112 13 4
261 113 2
262 113 10 8
263 113 10 4
204 11 11
265 114 16 8
26 115 4
267 115 14
268 116 2 8
269 1116 11 4
270 117
271 117 8 8
272 117 17 4
273 118 0
274 118 1. 8
275 110 3 4
270 119 12
277 1200 8
278 120 9 4
279 120 18
280 121 6' 8
281 111 15 4
2321 1 22 4'


Currency. Sterling.
283's. d. X, 122s. 12ld. .8
S 123 i 4
265 123 0O
286 123 18i 8
2S7 121 7 4
28S 124 16
210s 125 4 8
200 125 13 4
91 12 2
292) 126 101 8
293 126 4
204 127 8
295 127 8
.296 12 5 4
207 128 14
298 129 2 8
290 129 ii 4
300 180
310 134 61 8
320 138 l3 '4
330 143
340 147 6 8
350 151 13 4
300 156
370 160 1 8
380 161 13 4
390 169
400 173 6 8
450 195
500 216 23 4
550 238 0 8
C00 260
650 281 x3 4
70o 803 6 8
800 346 13 4
900 390|
1000 433) 6 8
1100 4 4761 13! 4
1200 5201
18001 5631 6( 8
14o00. 006 I3, 4
1500 650
2000 "' Sif i; 4
3000, 1300









TALE of STERLING reduced into Tri;dad CURRENCY :
at 4s. 4d. per Dollar ; shewing the Current Vaulie of tiyz
Sum, from d. lto 3000 Sterling.


Sterling.
8. d 1
2
3,
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7


Currency.


41
7

11
1 IS

1 6]
i 8l
I 11
2 1
2 31
4 7i
6 11
9! 21
11 61
13 10
16 14
18 5&
1 0 9t
1 3 0o

1 7i 81
1 o10 0
1 12 3V
1 14' 71
1 16 11
1 19 21
2 Il 64
2 8.10
2 61
4 121 3
6 18 5j
9 4 74
11 10 9j
13 16 11
16 3! 1
18 9 2
20 15 4
23 1 611
25 7 84,
27\ 13, 10'


Sterling.
f 13s. d.
14I
15
16

Is
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
60
51
52
53
54,


Currency.
; S3s. Od. o
32; 6 l"
34 12
36 16 64
I 39 4 71
41 10 9~
43 16 11
46 3 I
48 9 2,
50 16 4.
53 1 06
55 7 8-
57 13 10o
60 0 0
62 6 1-
64 12 3-
66 18 5-
69 4 7
71 10l 91
73 161 11
76 3 1
78 9 2j
80 16 41
83 1 ek
85 7 8-
87 13 10o
90 0 0

94 12 3S
96 1 6.
99 4 7&

103 161 11
106 3 1

110 15 4t
113 I1 Go
115 7 St
117 13 10
120 01 0
122 6 11
124 12 3j









SVtERLING reduced into CURRENCY.


Sterling. Currency,
X 55e. d. 12(s. 1S'd.5
56 129 4 7
57 131i: i 91
58 133: 16 11
59 136 3 1
0io 138 9 2
6i 1140 15 40
62 1431 16
63 15 7 8S
t4 147 13 101
65 150 0 Cl
G6 152 61 1
67 154 12 35$
68 156 18 5
69 159 4 74
70 161 10 o9
71 1631 6 11
72 166 3 1
73 16 9 29 1
74 170 15 44
76 173 1 6
76 1751 7 8t
77 177 13 Id
76 180 ( 0
.79 182! (i 1l
80 184. 12 33
81 186] 18 54
82 189 4 71
83 191 10 W;
84 193 16 11
85 1061 3 1.
86 1981 24
87 200 15 41
88 203 1 (1
.,) 8 *'I 205 7 8i
90 207 13 10l
01 2101 ( 0
92 212 6 14
93 214 12 33
04 216i I8 6
95 219 4 74
06 221 10 0
07 223 '1( 11
P 226 31 1


Sterling. Currency.
t 9'.. d. 2281s. 9d. 21-
10(1 230 15 44
10o 233 1 64
102 235 7 8
103 227 13 10]
104 210 0 0
105 212 6 11
106 244 12 33
107 246 18 G4
108 249 4 7i
109 251 10 9L
110 253 1G 11
111 256 3 1
112 258 9 22
1131 260 15
114 263 1 (i
115 265 7 8t
116 267 13 104
117 270 0 0
118 272 6 1i
11 274 12 31
120 I 276 18 54
121 279 4 74
122 281 10 9*
123 283 16 11
124 286 3 1
125 288 9 2
126 290 16 44
127 293 1 64
128 295 7 -
129 297 13 10I
130 300 0 0
131 302 6 14
132 304 12 3-
133 306 18 5.
134 309 4 74
136 311 10 9'
136 313 16 11
137 316 3 1
138 18 221
139 320 15 41
140 323 1 (6
141 325 71 8-
14-2 i 32f 1S 10;









STERLING reduced into CURRENCY.


Sterling,
143 s.
144
1451
1461
147
1481
149
150'
151
152
153
154
155
150
157
158
159
160
161
1621
163
164
165
166




171
172
173
174
175
176




/ 7 /'


Currency Sterling.
330 s. od.0 T 177s. d.
332 G! 4. 176
334 12 S 3 179
336 18 5, 180
339 4 71 181
3.11 10 D9 182
343 IG 11 183
34t 3 1 184
%348 '1 "' 185
-4s 185
35" 15 45 186
353 1 C' lh7
355 7. 6 188
357 13 10J ISO
360 0 0 191)
362 6 1. 101
364 12 3: 102
366 '18 5 103
369 4 104
371 10 195
373 6:11 0

378 0 2 08
380 15 44 99
S3b3 1 6l 200
'85 7 8i 300
387 13 104 400
300 0 0 500
392 6 10 600
394 12 31 7C0
396 18 5 800
399 4 1 9000
401 10 9j 1000
403 1 11 2000
406 3 ] 3000
2 S I1


Currency.
S408 s. 9d. 2
4101 15 4f
413 1 .
4:5! 7 8
4171 13 10l
420 0 0
422 6 1
424 12 3;
426 18 5t
429 4 74
431 10 q1
433| 16 11
436 3 1
438 9 21
440 15 4.4
443 1 61
445 7 8j
447 13 10l
450 0 0
452 6 11-
454 12 34
456 18 IS
459 4 4
461 10 1
692 6 1.
923 1 61
1153 16 11
1484 12 81
1615 7 84
1816 3 1
2076 b1 51
2307 13 10)
4615 7 8
6023 1 G.
61 4 *



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TA ibii the antity of the several ARTICLES IMPORTED into this ISLAND, with their VUE in STERLING;-Also, a TABLE of the estimated VALUE f IPORTS n EXPORTS rin th EARS 1823, 182.1, an 12
A TA. bti quay furnishe, the INSPECTOR of INVOICES.
SIPORTS, 1825. ESTIMATED VALUE of IMPORTS Exclusive of FREIGHT, Ic. during the YFAiS 182,18 821, 1824, 1825
-e- Ry Lm PoUN IMPORTS, 1825. O Ot Ck 8.___________________ __XA_ _____ 94142_14_4__E_< 12::_ _____ ___1__83_2__8
P OUNDS OF BUSHELS OF EXCIIANG, 4s. 4d. STERLINGi P ER DOIrAIl.- -
5Se oapoFish P:d\ 2 Bread.T Meal.Pes
Butte llo l T a Co. 1 ice. BRITISH COLONIES. UNITED STATES

C he0s0e T all o S p r I C O e5 P e n s .B A O F F O R E I GN S T A T O NP e
.Lard. G\s 211de2 I s.MPORTE GREATOIAN Wes Indies. North America. Elsewhere. OF FOREIGN STATIONS TOTAL
S207040. d. 2140 324 999 3450 d. d. s. d. S d. s. d. s. d.


Tota ale of abov86475Ce,42085O 1 74 Dol 1272 T9, 0 eragr o Years. 2754 10 7 1 36537 4 251210 2 4802 19 30 318 7 11 48, 6

ARRELg O4ND EGS OF r GALII P IS. OFE IT S. OF |CHE S ___
eOlie O Lime. 824. 211444 16 )-.1 9941 14 1-1 20663 1 4 ,12326 18 6 80




- "'"e- I T COLONIES. 3 tE17 STA TE


VALUE OF-IN STER.ING. Test Indies. North America. ElseHherc. AMERICA.
-. ai .-Ig ..l I. | sd. s.id. s.- a, -t. s * s. .1.
Sa Years 182 ....... 524 1627 1 a -7181 1 I
S1824.......... 271 15 10 4498 19 0 19723 18 6254 0 20422 19 1 10 1
F lo 12. Flou Rio u Wpj-,8iq or
214576 89 1258 20383927 395102546 38703 23628 105222820292626029 1998 1480124415 12.29674 3 05 11 5j 18034 8 5 2845 7 8' 29595 17 8 1 s.736 1
Avera'1 74FE 9 OFiCIET average of Tke Years. 21275 15 7 [ 15174 1 1," 22 8 [ 3j0 8024 19










Total Valie of above, 420,285, Sterling; )Or 1,939,776i Dollars. Average Tonnage, 30,1-44. A 2 4';o/ T1 :>3e:0s 25 8 34 3 1
ExcAhange 4s. 4tel. _StrligE per DollaiG. 102-43 8214,s rhmerica Els0ewher 7
Exhagx 4.4l SeiiapenD lare O41s9,7. olas.4Adr.eofT Sas.terling per Dollar.i :t 281 2 4,- u11 1 1 33:1! 7!9















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GENERALIARETURN of the POPULATION o he Island of TRINIDAD for the Year 18I5.
---. --S LAV E S. ___
WHITE. COLOURED. IN NS. PLANTATION. PUSON L.
TOWNS- jAFRICANS. CREOLES. __ AFRICANS. CREOLES.
AND COMMANDANTS. .
QU ARTES, i i

Arima............... Mr. Charles Goin, act. 29 132 18 10 69 69 671 53 62 251 62 59 121 75 64 84 63 286 2 8 2 7 8 8 25 760
Aricagua............ Louis Lapeyrouze. 19 3 1I 2 25i 26 29 15 14 84 139 111 250 88 89 79 85 341 11 7 18 9 18 7
Bocas. ......... Charles Tardieu. 12 -J3 10 8 431 30 39 16 14 99 69 58 127 48 75 79 81 283 4 0 2 11 4 2 583
Carenage ........... George Armstrong. 15; 12 11 7 451 62 74 40 45 221 1 113 86 199, 107 105 76 73 361 9 1 19 7 1 13 47 893
Caroni, (.......... Charles Bochmler. 14; 5 6 5' 30 94 69 49 88 250 27 26 53 21 27 20 12 0 I 1 1 1 1 1 46 31
r.os........... Augt. Marechad 18 3 5 329 47 36 17 30 130 96 81 177 75 74 50 255 1 4 14 11 8 4 326 671
Chaguanas.......... *-Thomas St. Hill. 2J 3 3 1 28 60 19 11 7 97i 142 85 227 102 53 63 52 270 12 14 8 10 7 3 5 671
Chaguaramas......... A. Ladeveze. 1 3 9 54 62 38 44 198 60 37! 97 42 38 43 30 153 2 4 6 2 8 4 17 480
Cimaronero.......... Louis Lapeyrouze. 4: 3 3 6 16 19 28 10 14 71 6-2 403 102 20 30 24 24 98 3 .3 4 9 6 5 2 314
Couva, Sav ettaq. Joseph Peschier. ,.,5 8 6 5l 69 95 116 82 72 365 9 2 5 23 530 4111 941 314 319 364 291 1288 7 10 1 24 22 18 3 2776
Diego Marn.....,r --_Joseph.Brulton. ,211' 7 3 2 32 133 146 91 81 451 1 188 156 344 103 145 143 148 539 15 12 27 11 8 9 7 1429
Erin ............... John St. Hill. 7 3 1 11 99 91 51 47 288 36 43 79i 68 54 511 44 217 86 14 9 4 1 7 23 032
Guanapo.. ........ Julien De Vertenil. 40 33 24 12' 1091 259 139 87 100 585 1 5 1 7 76 37 113' 45 51 59, 43 198 7 6 15, 8I 3 14 284
Hicacos.. .... Augte.Marechand. 4... 4 15 2 27 38 14 21 100 40 24 64' 17 23 23, 20 83 3 5 8 1 81 14 2
Irois................ Pierre Dessources. 1 22 28 9 12 71 26 30 7 9 7 4 12 84 887
LaBrea Guapo..... Ditto. 21j 4 9j 62 41 42 33 33 149 158 79 237 98 102 70 569 32 14 17 2 34 27 12 84 8832
LasCuevas .......... George Dehor. 9 9 68 62 40 44 214 1 1 2 20 15 3 11 14 13 12 50 2 1 3 4 32
La Ventille........... Vincent Pgtrice. 71 4 6 1/ 18 125 154 57 59 395 30 28 58 18 22 15, 22 77 12 7 19I 3 6 2 12 17I
Maraval............ HUory siere. 12 9 4i 7! 32 129 157 107 71 464 53 52 105 54 50 52 49 205l 20 14 4 8 24 1 23 73 91
aro ............. JAn Carer. 9 2 11 71 56. 30 35 192 112 90 202 03 95 55 73 316 4 2 0 17 8 7
Mayaro .............1- Jn Carter. i 1 4 391 7 12 1 g 5 273
Mucurapo........... Henry St. Hill. 17, 8 4 4 3 6 4 310 11 21 27 26 11 14 78 22 5 7 1
Maracas Valley...... Joseph Zepero. 35' 40 15 24 114 121 133 88 88 430 5 2 7 73 42 115 46' 41 51 62 200I 1 37' 1 1. *
North Naparima...... Robert Mitchell. 45i 21 11 12 89 131 117 52 100 400 249' 165 414 1351 141 145 123 54.4 29 23, 2 3; 331 19 139 G1
Oropouche........... John W. Dow. 13 4 31 20 82 75! 42 59 258 9 8 1 8 26 103 56 159 39 47 38 41 16 1; 11 )81 9 18 10. 45 693
Point d Pierre....... William Massy. 53 19 7 12 71 58 60 28 27 173 218 154 372' 164 167 126; 127 584 11 l 22- 21 57 2o 526 10 331
South Naparima...... John Lamont. 1 62 32 10 22 127 57 75 36 45 213 412 280 692 410 41 0 271 228 1315)! 07 5 122 1 69 8 54 2166 71
St. Ann's............ Francis Peschier. 22 17 6 8 53 177 209 100 102 588 46 22 68 39 38 34 28 13 3601 422 56 281 2 1 061 0
Santa Cruz........... J. B. Seller. 24 31 19 21 95 223 226 121 114 684 1 1 121 93 214' 102' 83 126 76 87' 31 41 1 21 6140
.Joseph.......... Fabien Sellier. 21 11 15 9 56 35 35 25 19 1141 1 1 116 79 194 70 53 56 63 2423, 3 3 2 )1 7 4 22239
Savana Grande...... Robert Mitchell. 34 7 4 2 47 484 256 259 248 1247 41 41 64 5209 6 16 8 120 15 78 85 408 29 22 51 4 27 1 22 1985
"acarigua, Arouca,4c. Thomas Le Gendro. 64 36 16; 20 186 128 142 110 112 4921 5 35 1 3 18 2 161 423 194 200 167 (14 71 1 3 2 7 4 417
cof Gumana...... Andr6 Rolland. 6 4 1 110 62 48 24 37 171 51 ,, 14150 9 1 22 17 13 20 94 4 15 23 13 7 5~ 337
agarete........... Henry Murray. 9, 8 17 19 30 13 9 71 29 2 55 3 2 9 4 28 1 5
os Bay..........- John Carter. 20 23 20 379 52 21 31 483 1 1 2' 1 5 61 5 /2 l1 5561 5
8 4 5 7 2 2 35 9 1 56 3 6 5 1 7 9
tof Spain... ....The Alcaldes de Barrios. 525 592 253 2431613 882 1907 845 724 4358 1 5 3 2 11 8 5 4 9 1 2 2 5 3902 7 7 2 33 235
of St. Juan's.... Mr. Louis Lapeyrouze. 5 10 1 3 19 37 79 36 31 183, 4 G 10 4 7 27 B
St. Joseph.... Fabien Sellier. 22 18 12 44 66 58 103 65 52 278 5 2 4 031 485
ionofArima..... William Wright, 14 14 9 23 60 25 53 19 29 12661 73 79 8271
Corregidor. 1. 93.....
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1798
113, 930
0801 1010
1801 978
Icar 1061
1803 961
1804 1228
1805 1164
1806 1073
807
1808 1150
1809: 1212
1810 1147
1811 1165
1812 1222
1813 1250
1814 1272
1815 1288
1816 1333
1817 1461
1818 1254
1819 1463
1820 1455
1821 1345
1822 1311
1823 1397
1824 1328
1825 1302


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590 301

606 301
711 327
626 292
625 275
637 266
662 329
652 3011
589 296

649 359
669 360
654 344
725 389
716 434
749 445
863 523
869 531
1000 585
1071 629
881 533
1060 584
1074 600
972 534
942 553
955 523
955 514
1020 490


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2912128 12811601 859 853
3112359 12411620 807 740
2672153 13471740 925 888
2612222 15041896 956 919
2592123 14941751 827 740
3422561 1709219811711024
3172434 1606 2101 10941000
316 2274 1502 1980 1047 872

312 2470 1729 22721310 1167
3482589 1683 221212891200
34212487 1680121951240 1154
338 2617 1790 380 1456 1417
39312765 1778i24261497 1365
452 2896 2089 2675 16851653
4693127 2216292618231749
531 3219 2482 310320452023
594 3512 2863351322152064
6323793 3124 3902124872343
5533221 3040 370822462343
6093716 3571421023852319
578 3707 3999 4679 2594 2693
589 3440 3728 441812635 2607
53513341 3742 4430 26692551
511 3386 3857 4500 2526 2464
5I163313 402414884265712430
498 3310 450315066 2740 267


4474 301 401 190 1861078 10000 1

4594 345 242 273 2831143 14110' 2
4408 344 217 211 2991071 150121 2
4900 291 354 297 2701212 15964 2
5275 321 311 274 2601166 19709 2
4812 327 320 271 2361154 20138 2
6103 i887 427 293 3091416 20925 3
5801 488 543 372 3301733 20108 3
5l 1 397 478 383 3491607 21761 3

396 483 390 3661635 21895
6384 412 484 377 3741647 21475
6269 404 472 404 379165 20728
7043 422 476 415 4031716 21841
7066 433 459 433 8041
8102 312 30 4991265' 25717
8714 351 374 252 2591236'
9653 318 342 249 2381147 24329
106551 267 337 315 22211124 25871
11856 324 3611 279 193115733 238281
113371 244 264 238 193 93928 22380
12485' 223 257 190 180 85030 23691
13965 267 254 209 180 9102 22738
13388 240 268 237 211 95623 21719
13392 218 234 222 219 89320 23227
13347 200 259 229 184 87216 23110
13995 209 219 192 163 78312 23117
149831 183 201 195 148 7212 232301


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1975 8419859
2850 9895634
4229 15461912
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10076129438276
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32478 25950928
32095124856973
31143121746775
33217118513302
20971580
37980 22288145
121604038
38348125075281
41203 24122415
40667.22784767
37905,23200326
40772130205731
41348 30714363
39526 31127803
40873135595932
41288 37032618
41220i36855946
42262 36280347


258390 335913 323415 170671142636
284170 449614 317395 194488 128507
324720 328666262997 34311317336
138669 27827 190210 350049143237
361070 185658 178046344292 21412
503210.304138 164069 371544 355877
527690 286379256792 426469 564558
588805 418049 167700 399122 649432

668993 387028 139200 940564 606100
719230 264330 134190 539081477262
726173 295443114980 463870 82163
640732 276243 159136 426691324942
1375539282460 130390 54801 166070
1029512 5407161184400 6667611301795
1158163 382888148505 487142262098
1065808 262289 115150 523632 682718
1056662119974 93710 449067 373873
1341461215190 65951371422351234
1232685 224972 109070 439663415251
1506445 258220131990 534626 545406
1744465 211555 96545524316471001
1648114222809 52871 496817'430092
1809730 205586 64300 555878488125
3892195 245567 91550 391528658870
2443388245592 45750 34407479881
2835935 274735 58189'34654385581


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GENERAL RETURN of the CULTIVATION, CROP, Sfc. of the Island of TRINIDAD, for the Year 1825.


QUARREES OF LAND.
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Arima............... 16 349
Bocas.............. 20
Carenage............ 169 10
Caroni .............. 38 48
Cedros .............. 301 2
Chaguanas............ 206 272
Chaguaramas........ 71
Cimaronero.......... 47 56
Couva, Savonetta, c.. 957 91
Diego Martin......... 255 42
Erin ............... 35 67
GuanLapo............ 470
Hicacos ........... 94
Irois ............... 67
La Brea Guapo.... 309
Las Cuevas .......... 41
LaVentille.......... 25 20
Maraval............. 57 164
Mayaro ............ 206 30
Mucurapo .......... 27 23
North Naparima ..... 746 6
Oropuche ............ 313
Point d Pierre.......390 74
South Naparima......1436 31
St.Ann's............ 39 24
Santa Cruz......... 14 517
SJoseph........... 92 134
E na Grande....... 400; 23
carigua fArauca.. 516 296
"oco 4- Cumana...... 4 18
roarele ......... 98
alley of Maracas.... 7 452

71643301

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village of Arima..... 40

TOTAL.... '71643341


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32144
2000
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120 38 93 510 313 491
111 98 158 755 271 1395
98 75 46 372 149 34
13 46 107 507 148 813
32 11 21 151 49 435
120 14 100 544 187 101o
88 25 125 720 275 1325
54 35 27 199 141 326
41 16 22 189 186 195
395101 365 1913 805 2774
116 73 250 835 307 1148
39 28 5 174 26 170
78 67 107 724 225 2213
28 28 42 192 78 240
25 3 48 143 30 297
134 27 253 723 630 859
15 73 3 133 58 802
37 75 42 238 205 72
63 72 37 458 230 780
158 49 123 6 i 344 612
12 14 61 140' 92 3
157 56 206 1183 322 746
64 10 105 492 123 1096
171 73 144 881 302 1268
300 99 2991 2180 564 2506
36 83 63i 360 318 341
157 207 102! 1084 363 1464
3 36 110 412 197 200
387 94. 1004 164 3488
j3. 55 276 14921 321 2643
S18 14 14' 70 46 423
38 1 36 173 18 6
61 80 154 761 241 940

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635 179000 116 7 15 29720 1420
1742 1836996' 1095 261395 500
2320 1035887 604 42 36 227210 8860
668 2-6000 168 1 15 1450
570 116600 90 58940 4380
54924500029 2765 11 100 33150 2100
2290 813502 528 1 362 14550 37992
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3162 382870 1130
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470 340000 195 1 106
2212 1769973 1143 23 581
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1019 60000 40 10 3108 51762
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4656 2360000 1520! 78 137 600
4456 2710375 0OG 12 55 274868 2700
539 15000| 60 16896 130
197 457161 255 374
1942 11000 60 310358 8853

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Africans .......
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RECAPITULATION of the CENSUS of the ISLAND of TRINIDAD, for the YEAR 1825, talen in the MIonth of JANUARY 1826.
FIHREE BLACK AND SLAVES.
WHITE. COLOURED INDIANS. | Africans. Creoles.
Under 15 Under 15 Under 15 -
Years. Years. Years. i = -
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united Kingdom .......... 459 105 30 35 629
lony since the Capitulation 148 235 387 386 1150 896 1347 2226 2261 6730
Blitish Colonies......... 114 131 14 13 272 423 806 103 721 1404;
....................... 03 41 13 6 1231


........................ 26 '2 28 1
....................... 21 12 3 361 446 218 191 188 1043
liis gdo.................. 45. 35 35 029
.t..... Coloies............114. 14183 201 19 148 727 7 140
....................... 885 526 4 3 1418

......... ................ 19417288222 10 334575 15008


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