SALE OF GOODS AT GREENBRAE,
IN THE PARISH OF OLD DEER; And
NOTICE to DEBTORS and CREDITORS.
Upon Tuesday the 10th day of December next, there will be sold by public roup at Greenbrae,
THE whole stock of goods, belonging to Alexander Muirden, Merchant at Greenbrae, consisting of Clothiery, Grocery, and Hardware, and also his Household Furniture. The roup will begin precisely at 10 o'clock forenoon, on account of the shortness of the day.
All those having Claims against the said Alexander Muirden, are requested to lodge the same with Alexander Webster, Advocate in Aberdeen, agent for his Trustees; and those indebted to the said Alexander Muirden, are desired to pay the sums due by them, to the said Alexander Webster, or to John Brodie, Merchant in New Deer, within one month from this date to prevent expences.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 27th November 1816.