24 July 2011

William Kissack, shop in Broad Street, Aberdeen


WILLIAM KISSACK, late in the GREEN, begs leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that he has this day opened that Shop No. 4, HEAD of BROAD-STREET, opposite the College Gate, with a genuine assortment of BLACK and GREEN TEA; LOAF, LUMP, RAW, and POWDER SUGARS; GROCERIES; SPICERIES; SNUFF and TOBACCO: LONDON PORTER in Bottles; also REAL JAMAICA RUM; Ditto RICH SHRUB, FRENCH BRANDY, HOLLANDS GIN, and MALT WHISKY.

W.K. will have to hand in a few days, a well selected Stock of the above articles from the best Sources, which he is determined to sell on equal terms with any in the trade.

N.B. - Public-keepers and Dealers in Spirits supplied in that line with best articles, and on moderate terms.

Broadstreet, 17th July, 1811.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 24th July, 1811.

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