PARISH OF NEW DEER
SALE OF HORSES, CATTLE, CORN, AND BEAR,
WITH FODDER, HAY, FARMING UTENSILS,
AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
There will be exposed to Sale, by public roup, at Touxhill of
New Deer, on Tuesday the 8th day of March 1914,
THE Whole STOCKING and EFFECTS on the Farm of TOUXHILL, which belonged to the deceased James Cruickshank, consisting of,
1st, LIVE STOCK, viz. - 2 Work-horses, one of which is an animal of superior strength; a Poney; 4 Work-oxen; 5 Stots rising 3 years, 3 ditto rising 2 years; 7 Cows in calf; and 6 Calves.
2d, CROP, viz. - From 20 to 30 bolls Bear, with fodder, and 10 bolls without fodder; 30 bolls Corn, with fodder, and 20 bolls, without fodder; and upwards of 1000 stones of Hay. And
3d, The deceased's whole HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, comprehending every thing necessary for the Farmer.
The Roup to begin at 9 o'clock in the morning, and to continue till all is sold off. Nine months credit, on security, will be given.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 2nd March 1814.