11 September 2011

Hugh Duncan, merchant in Ardonald

To the Creditors and DEBTORS of HUGH DUNCAN, sometime Merchant in Huntly, now in Ardonald.

The said Hugh Duncan having granted a disposition to Trustees for behoof of his Creditors; it is requested that those having claims on him, will immediately lodge the same, with oaths of verity thereon, in the hands of John Duncan, in Drywells, Cabrach, one of his Trustees, or Alexr. Stewart, writer in Huntly; and those indebted to the Bankrupt, will pay the same to the said Alexander Stewart, without delay, or they will be immediately prosecuted.

A meeting of his whole Creditors is to be held within the Post Office of Huntly, upon Friday the 20th day of September current, in order to give directions to the Trustees as to the after management of the estate; and it is requested that those concerned will attend, by themselves, or others properly authorised.  Not to be repeated.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 11th September, 1811

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