14 April 2013

Buckie Tavern

To be sold by private bargain.

THAT HOUSE in the town of BUCKIE, belonging to, and presently occupied by GEORGE SYMON as a TAVERN, together with the Malt Barn, Brew-house and Stable belonging to the same.

The house is commodious, and from its situation, is particularly well adapted for an Inn.  It has been much frequented as a Tavern for several years past, and is well worth the attention of Innkeepers.  The Purchaser may also be accommodated, with the Furniture and Brewing Utensils, at a fair valuation; and entry to the premises may be had at Whitsunday.

For farther particulars, apply to George Symon, Vintner in Buckie, by Fochabers.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 14th April 1813.

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