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Showing posts with label James Cooper. Show all posts

24 February 2013

Mains of Drum

TO BE LET,
For 19 Years from Whitsunday 1813,

THAT well frequented INN at Mains of Drum, in the parish of Drumoak, presently possessed by James Cooper, 10 miles from Aberdeen; togeether with from 40 to 50 acres of land nearly all arable, and mostly enclosed.

For particulars, apply to the Proprietor, or Mr Colin Innes, Land Surveyor, Aberdeen.

James Pirie, Ground-officer at Drum, will shew the boundaries.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 24th February 1813.

28 August 2011

Dundee - Aberdeen goods carriage

JOHN SMITH
Formerly CARRIER between DUNDEE and ABERDEEN,

BEGS leave to inform his Friends and the Public, that he has now commenced CARRIER between these places, in room of the late JAMES MACKIE.  GOODS for Stonehaven, Laurencekirk, Brechin, Forfar, Kirrymuir, Glammis, Dundee, Cupar of Fife, St. Andrews, and Edinburgh, will be received at James Cooper's, Stabler, North-Street, and carefully attended to.

He sets out from the said James Cooper's, on FRIDAY, every fortnight.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 28th August, 1811.