AT NEWBRIDGE, NEAR ABERDEEN, AND AT STONEHAVEN
There will be sold by public roup, on Tuesday the 29th curt. at the Dwelling House of WILLIAM SELBIE at Newbridge,
THE whole HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE therein; also, a good collection of Books, a quantity of Raw and Combed WOOL, together with several PIECES of CLOTH, and various other articles. The roup to begin at ten o'clock forenoon.
And on Thursday the 1st day of July next,
There will be sold at the Dyehouse, which belonged to the said William Selbie, at Stonehaven, the whole Presses, Vats, Boilers, and other Utensils used by him in the said Dyehouse. They form a complete Set of Dyeing Apparatus, and will be sold in such lots as purchasers may wish. The roup to begin at twelve o'clock noon.
The whole to be exposed by the Trustee on the Sequestrated Estate of the said William Selbie, Credit to be given on security; good bargains may be expected as the whole must be sold off.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 23rd June 1813.