SALE OF GLASSWARE,
AND NOTICE to DEBTORS and CREDITORS.
To be sold, by public roup, on Friday 31st January current, in virtue of a warrant from the Honourable the Magistrates of Aberdeen, at that shop in the end of Queen-street, lately occupied by HENRY WILSON, Glass Dealer,
THE whole stock of GLASS, cut and uncut, formerly belonging to him, consisting of Wine Decanters, Carafs, Goblets, Table Dishes, Tumblers, Wine Glasses, &c. &c. Also the Shop Furniture and working utensils; and after the roup, the shop will be let till Whitsunday first. Entry immediately.
The said H. Wilson having granted a trust disposition for behoof of his Creditors, all those who are Indebted to him, are requested to make immediate payment of what they owe, to John Smith, Advocate, Aberdeen, the Trustee; and those to whom he is owing are requested to lodge with Mr Smith, their Claims and Affidavits thereon.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 22nd January 1817.