16 July 2017

Newmachar farms

FARMS
IN NEWMACHAR PARISH.

THE following FARMS, on the Estates of PARKHILL and ROSEHALL, will be let for nineteen years, from Whitsunday next viz.-

CONTAINING

Cultivated Land
Moor and Pasture
HILLHEAD, possessed by William Donald
44A, 1R, 26F
46A, 1R, 24F
LONGHILLS, possessed by Alex. Mutch
24A, 2R, 10F
8A, 0R, 28F
WAULKMILL, possessed by William Davidson
29A,3R, 0F
17A, 0R, 0F

These Farms are situated within six miles of Aberdeen, to which they have access both by the Turnpike and the old Oldmeldrum road, and within one mile of the canal basin at bridge of Dyce; they are of an early, kindly soil, and very improveable.  Hillhead is mostly enclosed, and sub-divided, by remarkably strong stone fences, in thorough repair.  Every encouragement will be given to industrious tenants of capital.

Offers will be received at the House of Parkhill, on Monday the 4th of August first, at 12 o'clock noon.  Further particulars will be known on applying to James Forbes, Kirkhill, by Oldmeldrum, factor for General Gordon Cuming Skene, the proprietor.  James Gray, in Loch-End, will point out the marches.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 16th July 1817.



Lease of Black Bull Tavern

BLACK BULL TAVERN, ABERDEEN,
TO BE LET.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.

THAT well known and long established Tavern, called The Black Bull, as possessed for many years past by Deacon ALEXANDER MARR, and now belonging to his heirs, will be Let by Private Bargain, for the term of six years.  Entry immediately.  - For particulars, application may be made to James Hardie, Advocate in Aberdeen.

All persons Indebted to Mr Marr, are desired to pay the amount to Mr Hardie, within One Month from this date.  And those having Claims against him, will be pleased to lodge the same within that period.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 16th July 1817.

9 July 2017

The Farming Society of Deer, met at Old Deer, 10th curt. when they gave the following Premiums, viz.:-

ON THE BULLS.
1st.  To William Keith, Wester Knock.
2d.  To James Rickart, Easter Knock.

ON THE STOTS.
1st.  To John Bennett, Crichie.           
2d.  To William Bruce, Auchtydonald.

AND ON THE HORSES.
To Robert Chivas, Clayhills, for the best Colt.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 9th July 1817.

James Burr, merchant

NOTICE
To the CREDITORS of JAMES BURR, late Merchant in
LAVEROCKSLAIRS, now in WHINNY BRAE.

SUCH of the Creditors of the said James Burrr, as have not yet lodged their Claims on him, will do so, with Charles Auld, Merchant in Old Meldrum, or John Raitt in Tillycairn, on or before the 11th day of July curt. otherwise they can receive no share of the dividend of the said James Burr's Effects, which will be paid on the 31st day of the said month, at the shop of the said Charles Auld.

SALE OF STOCKING.
For behoof of the Creditors of the said James Burr,

The REMAINDER of the CATTLE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and CROP, belonging to him, will be sold by public roup, on Friday the 25th of July.

The roup to begin at 12 o'clock forenoon.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 9th July 1817.

2 July 2017

Drowning in river Dee

We learn that the body of John Ramsay, the unfortunate man, who, as mentioned in last Aberdeen Chronicle, left his house, in the parish of Kincardine O'Niel, on the 23d ult. was found drowned in the River Dee, on the afternoon of Saturday last, near the Bridge of Potarch.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 2nd July 1817.

Kincardineshire farm leases

KINCARDINESHIRE.
FARMS
ON THE ESTATE OF ALLARDYCE.
To be let for nineteen years from Martinmas next,
THE FARMS of MILL-PLOUGH & CLOUSEBURN, in the parish of Arbuthnott, the former as presently occupied by James Stewart, and the latter by John Mitchell.  The farm of Mill-plough, consists of 110 acres arable, or thereby, besides pasture, and is in good condition, having been lately improved, limed, and partly sub-divided by open ditches.  The farm of Clouseburn consists of about 72 acres arable, besides pasture.  These Farms are situated within 3 miles of the post town of Bervie; 4 miles of the sea-port of Gourdon, where lime and coal are imported; 12 miles from Montrose; and 10 miles from Stonehaven, at both of which places there is a weekly grain market.

George Beattie, ground-officer at Allardyce, will shew the farms; and offers may be given in, and particulars learned, on application to the proprietor at Ury, or to David Ross, Writer in Stonehaven.

Published in the Aberdeenshire Journal, Wednesday 2nd July 1817.

25 June 2017

Robert Mathison, Oldmeldrum

NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.

ROBERT MATHISON, Saddler in Oldmeldrum, having granted a Disposition to Trustees for behoof of his CREDITORS, those having CLAIMS against him are requested to lodge the same, with oaths of verity thereon, with Mr John Manson, Merchant in Oldmeldrum, or Alex. Van Writer there, within one month from this date; to either of whom all those anywise indebted to the said Robert Mathison, will please pay the amount thereof, without delay, to prevent prosecution.

Oldmeldrum, 24th June, 1817.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 25th June 1817.