A Young Woman, rather of a genteel appearance, disordered in her reason, came to Peterhead some weeks ago. She calls herself MARIA MOFFAT; speaks English and Gaelic; says that her step-father's name is NEIL MATHESON; and that she thinks she left home with a fever. It is earnestly requested that this you woman's relatives will, if this should come to their knowledge, give orders for having her removed, and taken care of.
Peterhead, 5th July, 1813.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 21st July 1813.