SALE of GOODS, FURNITURE, AND EFFECTS,
AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS.
JAMES BLACKHALL, Merchant in Aberdeen, having granted a trust deed in favour of Messrs. Thomas McCombie and John Symon, Merchants in Aberdeen, as Trustees for his Creditors; all those having claims on the said James Blackhall, will please lodge the same with Mr Symon, or Alexander Smith, Advocate, Aberdeen, Agent for the Trustees; and all those anywise indebted to the said James Blackhall, will please [pay] what they owe, to Mr Symon without delay.
On Thursday the 7th day of April curt. (instead of 30th March as formerly advertised)
The whole GROCERY and other GOODS belonging to the bankrupt will be sold by public roup, at his House and Shop, in the Schoolhill of Aberdeen; with a quantity of GRASS SEEDS; also his whole HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects. The roup to begin at 11 o'clock forenoon.
Aberdeen, March 25, 1814.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 6th April 1814.