25 February 2018

Adam Durno and William Fiddler

TO THE CREDITORS OF

ADAM DURNO, Shipmaster in Aberdeen, and WILLIAM FIDDLER, Farmer, or residing in Broomhills, Slains, late Owners or part-Owners of the Sloop Nelly of Aberdeen.  Notice is hereby given, to all those having lawful Claims on the above mentioned Adam Durno, and William Fiddler, to lodge the same with George Thomson, John Catto, and Wm. Johnston, Merchants in Aberdeen, to whom a Disposition was granted by the said Adam Durno and William Fiddler, of their interest in the sloop Nelly, in trust for their Creditors; or with Robert Morice, Advocate in Aberdeen, agent for the s aid trustees, within one month from this date; failing their doing which, they will not be entitled to demand any share or proportion of the price of said Vessel, in terms of the trust right.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 25th February 1818.

Public roup at Mains of Williamston

TO BE SOLD,

By public roup, at Mains of Williamston, upon Wednesday the 4th day of March next, at ten o'clock forenoon, for Ready Money,

THE whole CROP, BESTIAL, and PLENISHING, presently on said Farm, belonging to William Still, comprehending Ten Stacks of Bear with the Fodder, Sixteen Stacks and a Half of Corn with the Fodder, three two-year old Stots, one two-year old Quey, two one-year old Stots, five one-year old Queys, two work Oxen, two work Mares, four Cows, one Bull, five Calves; one Threshing Mill; one Barn Fanner; 12 Chairs, and two Mahogany Tables, &c.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 25th February 1818.

18 February 2018

Banffshire Farm Leases

FARMS TO LET, IN BANFFSHIRE.

THE following FARMS, on the Earl of Fife's Estate, will be let at Macduff, on Thursday the 5th of March next, for such number of years as can be agreed upon. -

Parishes of Glass and Mortlach.

HEATHRYGALL,
as occupied
by John Gauld.
GLENBEG,
by John Gauld and John Wains.
EASTER BODYLAIR,
by John Geddes.
UPPER DUMEATH,
by Robert Archibald.
PLEYLANDS,
by J. Robson and others.
Entry to the above at Whitsunday 1818.
GLENMARKIE,
by W. and Jas. Hay.
SUCCOTH,
by James Shand.
BELLINTIMB,
by Donald Grant.
DELMOIR,
by Robert Duncan.
BAINSTACK,
by Peter Anderson.
TOMABROCK
by David Graham, and
DELLACHAM,
by Hugh Stewart.
Entry to the above at Whitsunday 1819.

Parish of Rothiemay.

Part of MILLTON,
as occupied
by John Conn.
OLDWOODS,
by Alex. McWilliam.
CORSKELLIE,
by Peter Gerard.
  DITTO,
by Wm. Milne.



Parish of Grange.

SILLYEARN,
as occupied
by John Chapman.
ANDERSON’S WARDS,
by Peter Wilson.
OLDMORE,
by Andrew Ballach.
Entry to the above at Whitsunday 1818.

Parish of Keith.

BRAE of MONTGREW,
as occupied
by Wm. Longmore.
CROSS-BURN,
by John Simpson.
MILL of MYRES,
by Alex. Thorburn.
GLEN,
by Alex. McKenzie, Charles and James Wilson.
GARRELHILL,
by James Pirie, Jas. Longmore, and Alex. Mitchell.
Entry at Whitsunday 1819.

The whole of the above Farms are susceptible of great improvement, several of them extensive; Lime Quarries in the near neighbourhood, generally well situated as to roads and markets; and every reasonable encouragement will be give to tenants of capital and enterprize.

For further particulars, application may be made to the Factors on the respective estates, and the Ground Officers will point out the marches.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 18th February 1818.

Unfinished business in Midmar

NOTICE.

JAMES McALLAN, Farmer in Meikle Midmar, parish of Midmar, sold a COW to a Man who said he lived near Stonehaven, in a Banchory Market, in the month of December last, and received 9s. 6d. in part of the price; but the purchaser has failed to call for the Cow, and pay the Balance of the price.  And Notice is hereby given, that if the purchaser shall not call for the Cow, and pay the Balance of the price, and the expense of maintenance, and this Advertisement, betwixt and the 25th February current, the Cow will be sold on the day following at 12 o'clock noon, at Meikle Midmar, and the price retained to pay the above Claims.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 18th February 1818.

11 February 2018

Catharine Gordon, Aberchirder

NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

CATHARINE GORDON, Merchant in Aberchirder, having executed a disposition of her whole subjects and effects, in favour of Messrs. George Alexander, Merchant in Banff, and Peter Findlater, Merchant in Aberchirder, as Trustees for behoof of her Creditors: The Trustees request a Meeting of the Creditors, within the house of Peter Grant, vintner in Banff, upon Saturday the 14th day of February curt. at one o'clock afternoon, to consider a state of the bankrupt's matters, which they have prepared, and to give directions thereanent.  And it is further requested, that all persons having claims on her, will lodge the same, with oaths of verity, in the hands of the Trustees, within one month from this date.
Banff, 2d Feb. 1818.


Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 11th February 1818.

Public roup in Stewartfield

SALE OF SUBJECTS IN STEWARTFIELD.

Upon Monday the 16th day of February current, there will be exposed to sale by public roup, within the dwelling house aftermentioned, at one o'clock afternoon,

THAT DWELLING HOUSE in STEWARTFIELD presently possessed by George Legg, Confectioner, with the Offices and Yard at the back thereof, belonging to the Sequestated Estate of William Duguid, Manufacturer in Aberdeen.

Upset Price L. 42.

Francis Smith in Stewartfield, will shew the premises to intending purchasers; and for further particulars, application may be made to Alexander Webster, Advocate in Aberdeen, in whose hands are the title deeds.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 11th February 1818.

4 February 2018

James Craig, Garmouth

NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.

THE Trustees on the Estate of JAMES CRAIG, Merchant, Garmouth, hereby intimate that a Scheme of Division is about to be made out; and those failing to lodge their claims, properly vouched, before the 1st March next, with Alexander Beaton, Hat Manufacturer, Aberdeen, will be entitled to no share of the first dividend.  -  It is also requested that those who are indebted to the said James Craig will order immediate payment to Mr Alexander Russel, Merchant, Fochabers, to prevent prosecution, which will be raised without loss of time, against all the Debtors who fail to comply with this intimation.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 4th February 1818.