DYER IN STUARTFIELD,
BEGS leave to return his most sincere thanks to his friends, and the public in general, for the very liberal encouragement he has hitherto experienced in the line of his business; and at the same time requests a continuance of their favours, which they may be assured it will be his constant study to merit.
W.H. continues to be at FORDMOUTH on the first Tuesday of every month, to take in Cloth, Yarn, &c.
Messrs. Hope Peterkin, Cruden Bleachfield; John Gray, Hawkhillock; John Milne, merchant, Longside and John Hay, Culsh, New Deer; likewise take in work for him, in their respective corners; and all articles sent by carriers will be returned carriage-free from whatever distance.
N.B. - AN APPRENTICE Wanted.
February 9th, 1813.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 17th February 1813.