The following SUBJECTS, part of the Sequestrated Estates of
ALEXANDER CHRISTIE, Merchant in Aberdeen,
and ANDREW MITCHELL, in
Whiteness of Slains, viz.
1. THE extensive and commodious COACH MANUFACTORY, with the Blacksmiths Shop, and other conveniences attached to it, situated between Frederick-street and Prince's-street, of Aberdeen.
2. The DWELLING HOUSE fronting King-street, lately occupied by James Smith, as a Hotel, with or without the Halls connected with it.
3. The BUILDING AREA adjoining to the said house on the North.
4. The DWELLING HOUSE in Frederick-street, possessed by Mr Trokes, House Painter, with the use of a Pump Well, and Bleaching Green, at the back thereof.
5. The DWELLING HOUSE possessed by Miss Brander and others, and adjoining to the one last mentioned, with the use of the said Well and Bleaching Green.
6. TWO HOUSES in Prince's-street, opposite to those possessed by Mr Trokes and Miss Brander.
7. The Vacant GROUND along Frederick-street, on each side of the Coach Manufactory.
8. The STABLES, LOFTS, and COACH HOUSES, lately occupied by the said James Smith, on the north side of Prince's-street.
9. The WRIGHT'S SHOP, and Ground adjoining to the said Stables, and others, on the west.
10. The SHARE which belonged to the said Alex. Christie, of the Houses and Ground at the Gallowgate-head, possessed by George Christie, and others.
For farther particulars, apply to David Hutcheon, Advocate, Aberdeen.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 15th May 1816.