26 January 2014

Sequestration of William Selbie, Aberdeen


Belonging to the sequestrated Estate of WILLIAM SELBIE, Manufacturer and Merchant in Aberdeen.

Upset price greatly reduced.


There will be sold by public roup, within the house of George Ronald, vintner, in Aberdeen, upon Friday the 11th day of February 1814, betwixt the hours of 6 and 7 o'clock afternoon,

THE WHOLE HERITABLE PROPERTY in Aberdeen belonong to said Estate; - consisting of ONE WHOLE and TWO HALF HOUSES fronting Chapel-street; several PIECES of GROUND fronting said street, both sides of Chapel-lane, an intended street leading northward from said lane, Summer-street and Skene-street.

The advantages of this property are numerous, and have been described in former advertisements; and the upset price is now reduced to Seven Hundred Pounds.

At the same time will be SOLD,

RIGHT to ONE-FOURTH of the Ground, Houses, and Waterfall, on the WATER of COWIE, and Lease thereon, Partnership Concern, and Machinery erected in said Houses.

For particulars, apply to Alexander Smith, advocate, Correction Wynd, Aberdeen.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 26th January 1814.

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