24 June 2012

Alexander Green, Tacksman at Letterfourie


ALEXANDER GREEN, CLOCHAN, begs respectfully to return his thanks to his numerous friends and the public, and to inform them that at present he has on sale about 80,000 GREY SLATES, of very superior size and quality, principally dug from the Quarry of Oaxhill.

He continues to keep a constant supply at BUCKIE, PORT GORDON, or SPEYMOUTH, where Vessels calling will be supplied.  He will also execute orders from Elgin, Fochabers, &c. &c. on the shortest notice.

The quality of the Slate of LETTERFOURIE, of which A.G. is Tacksman, is well known to be superior; and he trusts his friends on a trial, will not be disappointed.

Orders addressed to A. Green, Clochan, by Fochabers, will meet with attention.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 24th June, 1812.

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