28 May 2011

Wishart, Esson & Co, Woollen Manufacturers, Keith

Keith, 11th May, 1811.


MOST respectfully inform the public in general, and their customers in particular, that they have made great Additions and Improvements to their MACHINERY at MILTON, near Keith, and at OLD KEITH, where they carry on the CARDING, SPINNING, WEAVING, and DYING of WOOL, WOOLLEN CLOTH, and YARN:  as also, the WAULKING, PRESSING, and CALLENDERING - They Clean and Dress Gentlemen's CLOATHS, ENGLISH BLANKETS, and SCARLETS.

They have for sale a large Assortment of BLANKETS, SEYS, SERGES, FLANNELS, &c. of their own manufacture at their shop, corner of the Square at Keith, where attendance is given every Friday, for taking in orders, cloth, yarn, &c. &c. ; and their customers, particularly those bringing wool from a distance, may depend upon the strictest attention and dispatch.  The bleachfield is also put in the completest repair, where Linen and Yarn are bleached, in the most approved manner, at the common prices, and people appointed in different places for taking in the same, as per hand-bills distributed through the county.

N.B.  Two APPRENTICES WANTED, for Spinning and Weaving.  Apply as above.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 29th May, 1811.

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