1 June 2014

Tocher & Mitchell, watch & clockmakers


JAMES TOCHER and WILLIAM MITCHELL,  late in the employ of the deceased Mr Alexander Sim, Watchmaker, Union Street, Aberdeen, take the liberty of informing the Public, that they have succeeded to the business of the late Mr Sim, which they mean to carry on in all its branches, in that Shop, in St Nicholas Street, belonging to Mr James Milne, stabler, under the firm of TOCHER and MITCHELL, Watch and Clock Makers in Aberdeen: and they trust to merit a share of the public favour, which they shall study to deserve by executing carefully, and with punctuality and dispatch, the orders of their employers.

They will always have on hand, a choice Assortment of CLOCKS and WATCHES of the best qualities, and on the most reasonable terms.

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EXECUTRIX of the said Mr Sim, begs leave to recommend Tocher and Mitchell, to the Patronage of her late Brother's Customers, which she can with confidence, from her own knowledge of their attention and fidelity while in his employ.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 1st June 1814.

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