12 June 2016

Printfield property

On Friday the 21st June current, at 6 o'clock in the evening, there will be exposed to sale by public auction, within the Lemon-tree tavern in Aberdeen,

A PIECE of GROUND, measuring 54 feet in front along the North-side of the Inverury Turnpike-road, with the Dwelling House thereon.

The Dwelling-house is neatly fitted up, possesses every necessary conveniency, and is always well tenanted.  The ground floor consists of a Shop, which was for sometime occupied by George Thomson, grocer and spirit dealer, and presently by Thomas Hector, where business has always been done to a very considerable extent; and as the property is situated in the neighbourhood of the Printfield Works, and other extensive Manufactories, it is seldom that so eligible an object is to be found in the Market.

The title deeds and articles of roup may be seen in the hands of Alex. Cadenhead, Advocate in Aberdeen.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 12th June 1816.

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