JAMES MILNE, MERCHANT, KEITH,
(Late with Messrs. James Ingram and Son,)
HAVING commenced business in that SHOP lately occupied by Mr JAMES TAYLOR, begs leave to inform his friends and the public, that he has just got to hand from the first Houses in the Kingdom, an excellent assortment of Superfine Broad and Narrow CLOTHS, KERSEYMERES, SEYS, SERGES, DUFFLES, FLANNELS, CORDUROYS, and Cotton CLOTHS, &c. &c.; also a Parcel of Black TEAS of the first qualities, and a great number of articles in the Grocery and Hardware line. As the above are all of the finest sorts, no recommendation is necessary, as the Goods, upon trial, will recommend themselves. Those who favour him with their charge, shall have his utmost attention to their interest.
Keith, 28th May, 1813.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 2nd June 1813.