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8 December 2013

Estate of Robert Seivewright, Mill of Haugh


ALL those having CLAIMS on the deceased Mr ROBERT SEIVEWRIGHT, late of Mill of Haugh, are requested to give in their Accounts, properly vouched, to Alexander Seivewright, Dalbraick, in order that the same may be settled; and such as are INDEBTED to him, will pay what they owe, to Mr Seivewright without delay.

December 3, 1813.

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

22 September 2013

Bankruptcy of Robert Farres


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.

13 January 2013

James Mollison, Easter Arnbarrow


JAMES GIBB, at Bridge of Dye, James Guthrie, at Mesindew; and James Gibb at Caldcote, the Trustees and disponees of JAMES MOLLISON in Easter Arnbarrow, request that the Creditors of the said James Mollison will lodge their claims, and oaths of verity thereon, with George Anderson, writer in Brechin, on or before the 1st of March next, very soon after which time the funds realised will be divided.

Bridge of Dye.  7th Jan. 1813.

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

25 September 2010


WHEREAS ANDREW STRACHAN, Younger, in AFFLECK, parish of Udny, and county of Aberdeen, who is accused of various acts of THEFT, has absconded - a Reward of FIVE GUINEAS is hereby offered to any person, who will give such information to Thomas Burnett, or James Spalding, Advocates in Aberdeen, Procurators Fiscal of the Sheriff Court, as may lead to his being apprehended, and lodged in any of His Majesty's Jails.

Description of Strachan - 27 years of age, 5 feet 10 inches high, stout made, brown short hair, reddish whiskers, fair complexion, inn-kneed, was dressed when he went off in a short dark green coat - corduroy trowsers.

Aberdeen, 25th Sept. 1810

Published in The Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 26th September, 1810.