31 July 2011

Benjamin Fearnside, woollen manufacturer


Begs leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that he has commenced Business by himself, at the BRIDGETOWN of ISLA, ROTHIEMAY, and on the Road from Banff and Portsoy to Huntly, where he carries on the Weaving and Manufacturing of CLOTH, BLANKETS, FLANNELS, DUFFLES, SEYS, &c; as also the CARDING of WOOL, &c; and as he has erected new Machinery, and has always practised the several branches of business above mentioned, in several of the principal Manufactories both in England and Scotland, he hopes to give such satisfaction to the public as will induce them to favour him with a share of their employment - those who favour him with their work may rely upon it being done with care and attention.

Attendance will be given at a Shop in the Square of Huntly for receiving Country orders upon Thursdays, and taking in Wool; also Wool taken by John Imray, saddler, and James Alexander, dyer, Huntly, and George Christie, Waulkmill, Boyndie; and returned, (Carded into Rows, or Manufactured according to orders) to the above places.

Commissions from the Country carefully attended to.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 31st July, 1811.

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