25 June 2017

Robert Mathison, Oldmeldrum


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.

Pitmachie lease

There is to be Let for such number of years as may be agreed upon,

THE INN and FARM of PITMACHIE, as presently occupied by James Brown.  The convenient and favourable situation of this Inn is well known, it being situated on the great North Road leading from Aberdeen to Inverness, by Huntly, and is a regular established stage.  It is also very central for the public district meetings, most of which are regularly held there.  The House and Offices are commodious and suitable for the Inn and Farm.

The Lands are of an excellent early soil, and are in a high state of improvement.  The Household Furmiture, Post Chaises, Horses, and the present Crop, may be had at a fair valuation, and entry will be immediately given.

For particulars apply to Messrs Francis Maitland at Colpy; George Hall at Logie Durno; or Messrs Farquharson & Co. Merchants, St. Nicholas Street, Aberdeen.

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

18 June 2017

Banff Farm Leases

To be Let, and entered to Immediately,

THE Farm of INCHDREWER, presently possessed by Arthur Scott, and LOCHAGAN, as possessed by Alex. Millar, both lying in the parish and county of Banff, and within three miles of the sea-port of Banff, to which there is easy access by excellent Turnpike Roads.  The farm of Inchdrewer is beautifully situated, commanding a delightful view of Duff House and Policies, the Bay and Bridge of Banff, and adjacent country.  The farm consists of upwards of 230 acres, already inclosed and subdivided, and there are on the premises a substantial Steading of FARM OFFICES, and a neat MANSION HOUSE, bit for the accommodation of a Genteel Family.  The farm may be let in two or three divisions, should offerers incline.

The farm of Lochagan consists of from 60 to 70 acres, also already inclosed and subdivided, and a snug Farm Steading.

Offers in writing will be received by Sir George Abercromby, Bart. at Forglen House by Turriff, or Archibald Young, Writer in Banff, and the boundaries will be pointed out by John Chalmers at Cairnhill, near the premises.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 18th June 1817.

William Byth, King Edward


WILLIAM BYTH, Farmer in Cummerton, having on the 14th of June current, granted a Trust Disposition of his real and personal estate to Messrs Alexander Anderson, farmer in Avalds, and Alex. Ingram, Farmer in Walkerhill, for behoof of his creditors; - A meeting of the Creditors is requested within the house of Peter Donald, vintner, at Keelhill, on Tuesday the first day of July next, as 12 o'clock noon, in order to instruct the trustees, and at the same time to lodge their Claims with affidavits in the hands of the Trustees.  All those indebted to the said William Byth, will please pay the amount to the said Trustees immediately; otherwise they will be prosecuted.
June 16, 1817.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 18th June 1817.

11 June 2017

Farm lease in Banchory Ternan

To be Let, for 19 years,

THAT part of the HIRN, presently possessed by Alex. Thomson; it contains about Fifty Acres of Arable Land; Forty-two Acres of which are inclosed with Stone Dykes.  There is a commodious Dwelling House and Offices on the Farm.

Entry may be had at Whitsunday first.

Apply to William Burnett, at Woodhead of Crathes.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 11th June 1817.

Dykehead farm lease


THE FARM of DYKEHEAD, situated about 3 miles from Portsoy, on the Turnpike Road leading from thence to Keith and Huntly, as presently possessed by William Wilson, containing 64 Acres Arable, and 32 of Pasture, will be Let, for such number of years as may be agreed on, with entry at Whitsunday or Martinmas next.

Peter Badenoch at Knockdurn will show the marches; and Mr Cameron, Writer in Banff, will give any further information that may be required.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 11th June 1817.

4 June 2017

John Birnie, Brucklay


SUCH of the Creditors of JOHN BIRNIE, late in Brucklay, now in New Pitsligo, as have not lodged their Claims against him, are requested to do so, before the 24th June next, with Messrs. Robert Jamieson, Atherb, or Alex. Forrest, Brucklay, Trustees for his creditors; otherwise they will receive no share of the funds already realized, which are to be divided by the trustees on that day.

And such of the said John Birnie's Debtors as have not yet paid the amount due by them, are requested to do so to the said trustees, before said day, otherwise prosecutions will immediately hereafter be raised against them.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 4th June 1817.