Showing posts with label Bankrupt. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bankrupt. Show all posts

1 June 2014

James Ross, Aberchirder

NOTICE

To the CREDITORS of JAMES ROSS, Saddler in Foggieloan.

THE Trustees for the Bankrupt's Creditors having now made up a state of the funds realized, and Scheme of Division of the free proceeds, the Creditors, who have lodged Claims, properly attested, will receive their Dividends from Alexander Webster, Advocate in Aberdeen, on granting the necessary receipt for the same.

Not to be repeated.

Aberdeen, May 27, 1814.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 1st June 1814.


6 April 2014

James Blackhall, merchant in Aberdeen

SALE of GOODS, FURNITURE, AND EFFECTS,
AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS.

JAMES BLACKHALL, Merchant in Aberdeen, having granted a trust deed in favour of Messrs. Thomas McCombie and John Symon, Merchants in Aberdeen, as Trustees for his Creditors; all those having claims on the said James Blackhall, will please lodge the same with Mr Symon, or Alexander Smith, Advocate, Aberdeen, Agent for the Trustees; and all those anywise indebted to the said James Blackhall, will please [pay] what they owe, to Mr Symon without delay.

AND,

On Thursday the 7th day of April curt. (instead of 30th March as formerly advertised)

The whole GROCERY and other GOODS belonging to the bankrupt will be sold by public roup, at his House and Shop, in the Schoolhill of Aberdeen; with a quantity of GRASS SEEDS; also his whole HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects.  The roup to begin at 11 o'clock forenoon.

Aberdeen, March 25, 1814.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 6th April 1814.

2 February 2014

Alexander Cobler, Delgaty

NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS

ALL those having claims against the Estate of ALEXR. COBLER, late Undertaker at Delgaty, are requested to meet at Mrs Eddie's, vintner, Turriff, on Monday the 14th of February, with their claims, and oaths of verity thereon, so as they may receive a division of the bankrupt's subjects then realized;  these failing thereof will be cut out of any share of the funds.  - And such as are anywise indebted to the said Alexander Cobler, will order payment of the amount at the above date, otherwise legal measures will be resorted to.  - By order of the Trustees.

Not to be repeated.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 2nd February 1814.

26 January 2014

Sequestration of William Selbie, Aberdeen

SALE OF PROPERTY,

Belonging to the sequestrated Estate of WILLIAM SELBIE, Manufacturer and Merchant in Aberdeen.

Upset price greatly reduced.

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There will be sold by public roup, within the house of George Ronald, vintner, in Aberdeen, upon Friday the 11th day of February 1814, betwixt the hours of 6 and 7 o'clock afternoon,

THE WHOLE HERITABLE PROPERTY in Aberdeen belonong to said Estate; - consisting of ONE WHOLE and TWO HALF HOUSES fronting Chapel-street; several PIECES of GROUND fronting said street, both sides of Chapel-lane, an intended street leading northward from said lane, Summer-street and Skene-street.

The advantages of this property are numerous, and have been described in former advertisements; and the upset price is now reduced to Seven Hundred Pounds.

At the same time will be SOLD,

RIGHT to ONE-FOURTH of the Ground, Houses, and Waterfall, on the WATER of COWIE, and Lease thereon, Partnership Concern, and Machinery erected in said Houses.

For particulars, apply to Alexander Smith, advocate, Correction Wynd, Aberdeen.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 26th January 1814.

20 October 2013

William Selbie (bankrupt): sale of property

SALE OF PROPERTY,
By way of Feu or otherwise.

There will be sold by public roup, within the house of George Ronald, vintner in Aberdeen, on Friday the 26th day of November, 1813, between the hours of six and seven o'clock afternoon,

THE whole PROPERTY belonging to the Sequestrated Estate of WILLIAM SELBIE, Merchant and Manufacturer in Aberdeen, consisting of one Whole and two Half HOUSES fronting Chapel-street; several Pieces of GROUND, fronting Chapel-street, Chapel-lane, a street leading northward from said lane, Summer-street, and Skene-street.

There are Gardens at the back of each of the Houses.  The different pieces of Ground are judiciously laid out for feuing, and the feuers will be well supplied with water from wells in the neighbourhood.

The whole will be sold together or in lots, as purchasers may incline; and any part of the Ground will be feued separately.  

The right of feu duties payable for ground adjoining, will also be sold.

And the right to one-fourth of the Ground  and Houses sometime occupied by Walker, Knox, & Co. Machinery, Waterfall on the Water of Cowie, Lease thereon; and Partnership Concern of Walker, Knox, & Co. will at sametime be exposed.  All in manner mentioned in the artciles of roup, which are in the hands of Alexander Smith, Advocate, Correction-wynd, Aberdeen.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 20th October 1813.

13 October 2013

Thomas Lumsden (bankrupt): sale of goods

EXTENSIVE SALE OF CLOTHIERY AND HABERDASHERY GOODS, AND SHOP TO LET.

Upon Monday the 25th of October current, there will begin to be sold by public roup in BROWN and SON'S Sale-room, Union-street,

THE whole STOCK of GOODS belonging to the sequestrated Estate of THOMAS LUMSDEN, merchant in Aberdeen, consisting of Superfine, Broad and Narrow Cloths, Cassimers, Pellice Cloths, Duffles, Flannels, Swanidowns, Quiltings, Corduroys, Velvets, Linens, Cotton Shirtings, Muslins, Lawns, Cambrics, Laces, Florentines, Sarsnets, Ribbons, Shawls, Silk and Cotton Handkercheifs, Stockings, Hats, Gloves, Threads, Buttons, &c. &c. - Also the Counters, Shelves and Shop Furniture, and the Shop will be Let till Whitsunday, entry immediately after the roup.

The sale will begin each day at 10 o'clock forenoon; and credit will be given on security.

Printed catalogues of the Goods will be ready for delivery three days previous to the sale, and may be had at the shop of Alexander Duncan, Jun. Trustee on the said Estate, or at the Sale-room of 
BROWN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 13th October 1813.

22 September 2013

Bankruptcy of Robert Farres

MEETING OF CREDITORS

ROBERT FARRES, merchant in Strachan, having granted a disposition of his effects to JOHN SYMON, merchant in Aberdeen, and WILLIAM DUGUID, Cotton Manufacturer there, as Trustees for behoof of his Creditors, it is requested that all those Indebted to him, will pay immediately to those Trustees; and those having claims on him, may lodge the same, and Affidavits thereon, with the Trustees against the 20th December next.  And it is hereby intimated that those who neglect to lodge their claims, will receive no share of the Trust Funds.

A Meeting of the Creditors is requested to be held in the Writing-Room of ADAM COUTTS, Advocate, Wallace-nook, Aberdeen, on Tuesday next, the 28th inst., at 10 o'clock forenoon, to give instructions to the Trustees as to the management.

A roup is to be held at Kirktown of Strachan, on Monday next, the 27th inst., at 10 o'clock forenoon, of the Bankrupt's whole effects; consisting of CORN, CATTLE, FARMING UTENSILS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, POTATOES, TURNIPS, &c.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 22nd September 1813.

8 September 2013

George Farquharson, bankruptcy

NOTICE

To the CREDITORS of GEORGE FARQUHARSON, late merchant in Woodend of Glentanner.

AS the funds of the said George Farquharson are soon to be divided, such of his creditors as have not already lodged their claims, with oaths of verity, are desired, within one month from this date, to lodge the same, either with William Donaldson in Mill of Wester Coull, or William Stuart, advocate in Aberdeen; certifying that those who fail to comply with this notice will receive no share of the bankrupt's funds.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 8th September 1813.

14 July 2013

Bankruptcy of William Yeats, horse-hirer

NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF WILLIAM YEATS, HORSE-HIRER, ABERDEEN

THE Creditors of the said William Yeats who have not already lodged their Claims, must give in the same, with affidavits on the verity thereof, to Alexander Webster, Advocate in Aberdeen, against the first day of August next, when the free produce of the Bankrupt's subjects will be divided; and those who fail to comply with this intimation, can be entitled to no Dividend.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 14th July, 1813.

18 December 2011

William Littlejohn, Aberdeen

NOTICE TO DEBTORS - HOUSE & SHOP TO LET.

All those indebted to WILLIAM LITTLEJOHN, late merchant in Aberdeen, who have not yet settled their accounts, are requested to pay the same to Alexr. Webster, advocate in Aberdeen, trustee to Mr Littlejohn's sequestrated Estate, against the 23d December curt. to prevent expences.

The HOUSE in King-street, and SHOP in Queen-street, lately occupied by Mr Littlejohn, are to let till the 1st June next - Entry immediately.  And the SHOP FURNITURE, which is complete, will at same time be disposed of on reasonable terms.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 18th December, 1811.

18 September 2011

Sequestration of William Littlejohn

NOTICE TO DEBTORS.

Those indebted to WILLIAM LITTLEJOHN, Merchant in Aberdeen, are requested to pay the amount to Alexander Webster, Advocate in Aberdeen, interim Factor on his Sequestrated Estate, without delay.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 18th September, 1811.

14 August 2011

Bankruptcy of William Reid, Premnay

NOTICE

To the CREDITORS of WILLIAM REID, Shoemaker, at Strinds, parish of Premnay.

THOSE to whom the said William Reid stood indebted on the 15th of September 1809, are desired to lodge their claims, and oaths of verity thereon, with Alexander Webster, advocate in Aberdeen, against the 1st day of September next: with certification to those who fail to comply with this intimation, that they will be entitled to no share of the produce of the bankrupt's subjects realized by the Trustees.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 14th August, 1811.

3 July 2011

Alexander Wilson, Fraserburgh

SALE OF HERITABLE PROPERTY
IN FRASERBURGH
AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

There will be exposed to Sale by public roup, by adjournment, on Saturday the 20th day of July current, between the hours of 12 and 1 o'clock mid-day,

THAT FEU at the Head of Manse-street, with the HOUSES, STABLES, BARN, and BYRES, lately belonging to, and presently possessed by Alexander Wilson, Road Contractor, and by him disponed to Trustees for behoof of his Creditors.  - The houses are in good repair, and well worth the attention of the public.  Entry may be had to the premises immediately after the roup, as the present possessor will be removed before that time.

All those having claims on the estate of the said Alexander Wilson, are hereby required to lodge said claims, with affidavits thereon as to their verity, in the hands of Lewis Chalmers, writer in Fraserburgh, one of the trustees, betwixt and the 1st day of August next: with certification, that if they fail to do so, they will be cut out of any share of the bankrupt's subjects.  - The division will be made, and the dividents paid, immediately after the said 1st day of August next.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 3rd July, 1811.

26 June 2011

John Duncan, Invernettie

NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS

ALEXANDER SMITH, advocate in Aberdeen, Trustee for the Creditors of JOHN DUNCAN, late in Wester Whitehill of Invernettie, hereby intimates to the Creditors of the said John Duncan, to lodge their claims on the bankrupt, with affidavits on the verity thereof, with him, the said Alexander Smith, before the 1st day of July next, otherwise they can receive no share of the produce of the bankrupt's effects.  And those indebted to the said John Duncan, will please pay what they owe to the said Alexander Smith, previous to said date, to prevent prosecution.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 26th June, 1811.

12 June 2011

James Ewen, weaver in Peterhead

NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF
JAMES EWEN, WEAVER IN PETERHEAD

SUCH persons as had legal claims against the said JAMES EWEN, at the time of his granting a disposition omnium bonorum, (30th July, 1810), in favour of Alexander Gordon, late merchant in Peterhead, now at Inverugie, as trustee for himself and the said James Ewen's other Creditors, are requested to lodge the same with oaths of verity thereon, with Roderick Gray, writer in Peterhead, within one month from this date.  Certifying those who fail to comply with this notice that they will not be entitled to any share of the proceeds of the bankrupt's subjects.

Peterhead, 1st June, 1811.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 12th June, 1811.

5 June 2011

Thomas Robertson, Orton

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

THOMAS ROBERTSON, late Servant at ORTON, having died in embarrassed circumstances, the few articles which he left were sold by public roup, under the authority of the Sheriff of Elginshire, and the proceeds lodged with the Sheriff Clerk for behoof of the Creditors: and JAMES ANDERSON, vintner in Banff, having lodged a claim for a preference on the whole proceeds, in payment of the Deathbed and Funeral Charges, the Sheriff pronounced an interlocutor, of which the following is a copy, and of which notice is hereby given to all concerned.

"Elgin, 27th May, 1811. - The Sheriff Substitute having considered this Petition, before proceeding to judge therein, in order that all the Creditors of the deceased Thomas Robertson may have an opportunity of lodging their grounds of debt, and being ranked on the funds of the Bankrupt now lodged with the Sheriff Clerk of this county, ORDAINS intimation to be made in the Aberdeen and Inverness Journals to the Creditors of the said Thomas Robertson, to appear and produce their grounds of debt, within three weeks from the date of such intimation, Certifying to them that if they fail in lodging their claims and grounds of debt, within that period, that they will be cut out from any share of the Bankrupt's funds."
(Signed) GEO. FENTON.
Elgin, 28th May, 1811.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 5th June, 1811.

2 January 2011

ALEXANDER MOIR, FORRES

NOTICE
TO THE CREDITORS OF ALEXANDER MOIR, LATE MERCHANT IN FORRES

AT a Meeting of the Creditors of the said ALEXANDER MOIR, held on the 20th curt. in consquence of former advertisements, THOMAS EDDIE, Esq. merchant in Forres, was chosen Trustee on the Bankrupt Estate: And NOTICE is hereby given, in terms of the Resolutions of that Meeting, that a second Meeting of the Creditors is to be held on Thursday the 24th of January next, at 12 o'clock noon, within the writing chambers of Mr JOHN FORSYTH, writer in Forres, to instruct the Trustee how to proceed in the management and disposal of the Bankrupt's Estate; when it particularly requested that such persons as having claims against the said Alexander Moir, will either attend personally, or appoint some person to act for them.

Not to be repeated.

Forres, 26th Dec. 1810.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 2nd January, 1811.

12 December 2010

NOTICE TO CREDITORS of William Cheyne

The Creditors of WILLIAM CHEYNE, sometime Merchant in St. Fergus, who have not already done so, are required to lodge their claims, with affidavits on the verity thereof, with Roderick Gray, writer, Peterhead, one of the Trustees for his creditors, or George Yeats, advocate in Aberdeen ; within One Month from this date ; Certifying those who fail to comply with this intimation, that they will be entitled to no share of the bankrupt's subjects, which will be immediately thereafter divided.

Aberdeen, 10th December, 1810.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 12th December, 1810.

4 December 2010

Notice to Debtors and Creditors of George Legg, Cuminestown

That whereas GEORGE LEGG, Baker and Confectioner, Cuminestown, on the 22d November last, granted a trust disposition of his whole effects in favours of Alexander Leith, Merchant, Garmond; James Taylor, Merchant, Cuminestown; and James Cheyne, Auctioneer, there, for behoof of his whole creditors: it is hereby intimated, that a meeting of his whole creditors is to be held in the house of James Cheyne, Cuminestown, on Monday the 24th December curt. at which time and place, it is requested all those having claims on the Bankrupt will bring or send them forward, with oaths of verity thereon; and all those indebted to the said George Legg, will instantly order payments of the same unto any of the said trustees, to avoid prosecutions.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 5th December, 1810.