29 December 2013

David Low, blacksmith in Aberdeen

FOR BEHOOF OF HIS CREDITORS.

SALE OF BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS, IRONMONGERY, AND BELL MOUNTING.

Upon Tuesday first, the 4th January, there will be sold by auction, at the Smithy of DAVID LOW, Blacksmith, Littlejohn Street,

THE whole STOCK in TRADE which belonged to him and now to Trustees for behoof of his creditors; consisting of a very extensive set of TOOLS of every description; - among which are, Ten Large Vices, Four Anvils, Three Bellowses, an excellent Double Turning Lathe, Four sets of Large Screw Stocks, a Draw Bench, Press Drills, New Files, Hammers, &c. &c.  Also, a quantity of MADE and UNFINISHED WORK; and a large assortment of BELL MOUNTING, &c. &c.

The sale to begin at 10 o'clock forenoon.

JA. IG. MASSIE, Auctioneer.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 29th December 1813.

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