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22 December 2013

Properties in Aberdeen

HOUSES AND GROUND IN SPITTAL, AND LEASE
OF PARKS AT EAST COOKSTON, FOR SALE.

Being part of the Sequestrated Estate of Mr. Lumsden, at Smithfield.

On Friday, the 21st of January next, at 12 o'clock noon, within the Lemon Tree Tavern of Aberdeen, there will be exposed for sale, by public roup,

THESE THREE DWELLING-HOUSES and piece of GARDEN GROUND, upon the east side of the Spittal road, possessed by John Gavin and others.  The ground adjoins to Mr Walker's garden, and commands a view of the Bay and Town of Aberdeen.

Also the LEASE of THREE PARKS on Cookston, in the parish of Nether Banchory, possessed by James Keith, Robert Spark, and others, of which there are 6 years to run, from Martinmas last.  The purchaser will get immediate access to the Park lately possessed by Robert Williamson, containing about 12 acres; and he will have a right to the rents payable by the sub-tenants, and to the meliorations allowed at the end of the lease for houses and dikes.

Apply to William Stuart, advocate in Aberdeen.

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

10 June 2012

John Gavin, shoemaker

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

THE Creditors of JOHN GAVIN, shoemaker in Newburgh, are herby desired to lodge their claims, with affidavits thereon, with James Glass, shoemaker, Long-acre, Aberdeen, within one month from this date, otherwise they will receive no share of the produce of the said John Gavin's effects, then to be divided.

Aberdeen, 3d June 1812.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 10th June, 1812.