21 May 2011



UPON the Night between the 14th and 15th current, ROBERT WALLACE, a middle aged man, a native of Rosehearty, calling himself a Cattle Dealer, went away from the house of JAMES KIRTON, at Ellon, and carried off from a Gentleman in his house a Parcel of NOTES to a considerable amount.  He was dressed in a mixed short coat, striped vest, corduroy breeches, and light coloured stockings; was a man of fair complexion, and had the mark of a scar on his left cheek.

A REWARD of FIVE GUINEAS is hereby offered by James Kirton, (over and above what the gentleman himself will give to whom the Notes belonged) to any person who will apprehend him.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 22nd May, 1811.

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