16 January 2011

JOHN PATTERSON, PETERHEAD

SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
AT PETERHEAD

JOHN PATTERSON, Druggist in Peterhead, having granted a Trust-Disposition for behoof of his Creditors, the whole HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE lately belonging to him, and now to his said Creditors, will be Sold by Public Roup at the House lately occupied by him in Peterhead, upon Friday the 25th day of January curt. - Consisting of Feather-Beds, Blankets, Bedsteads, Carpets, Chairs, Mahogany Dining and other Tables, a Mahogany Bureau Bookcase, Napery, Grates, Fenders, and Fire-irons, Mirror Glasses, Kitchen Furniture, and a variety of other articles.  The Furniture is almost as good as new, and merits the attention of the public.

The roup will begin by eleven o'clock forenoon, and credit will be given upon granting bills with proper security.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 16th January, 1811.

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