3 December 2017

Portsoy feus


WHEREAS the following Feuers in the Burgh of Barony of Portsoy, and their heirs and representatives, have for a great many years past failed to pay up their feu duties to the Right Honourable Earl of Findlater and Seafield, the superior of the said burgh, and are now due the sums aftermentioned, viz.

Al. Robertson's representatives
£30  7  10 3-12ths
John Ross’s ditto
£8  12  1 6-12ths
Peter Brown’s ditto
£8  18  4
Primrose Robertson’s ditto
£4  6  8
John Brodie’s ditto
£6  15  6
Alexr Wood, Taylor,
£7  0  0
George Bruce’s representatives
£17  14  10
William Prott’s ditto
£5  13  11

Intimation is therefore hereby given, that unless the said feu duties are forthwith paid, and regular entries taken out and titles made up to the feus abovementioned, immediate measures will be taken for declaring the feu rights irritated, and for evicting the feus for payment of the arrears of feu duties, of which all concerned are desired to take notice.

Such of the feuers as are inclined to pay up their arrears and settle, will please call on Mr Copland, factor for Lord Findlater, at Portsoy, or Archibald Young, writer in Banff.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 3rd December 1817.

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