21 August 2016

Colleonard, Banff

LANDS AT BANFF.
To bet Let, for 19 years, from Martinmas next.

PART of the MAINS and PARKS of COLLEONARD, as possessed by the late James Gordon, Esq. containing, 58A. 0R. 25F.  Offers will be received by John Fraser, at Cullen-house, or Alexander Rannie, Factor of Boyne, till Saturday the 21st of September, on which day the lands will be let at Cullen-house.

(Not to be repeated.)

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 21st August 1816.

Tillyskeith, Maryculter

FARMS TO LET.
Parish of Maryculter, and County of Kincardine.

THE East division of the farm of WESTER TILLYSKEITH, or WESTSIDE, as lately occupied by David Esson.

The Farm of EASTER TILLYSKEITH or EASTSIDE, as lately possessed by George Esson.

These farms are immediately adjoining, and may be let either separately, or as one farm.  They contain 100 acres of arable Land, and a great extent of highly improvable pasture.  The soil is strong and early, they have the advantage of easy access by good roads to Aberdeen and Stonehaven, and are distant from the former about nine, and the latter about six miles.  To substantial improving tenants, these farms would be an object, but if preferred, they will be let as one, according to their present divisions.

The Croft in Eastside, at present occupied by William Gordon, is also to be let, and is a good situation for an industrious tenant.

They will be let, for such number of years, as may be agreed on, and entry may be had immediately, or at Martinmas next.

A day will be afterwards fixed for letting; and in the meantime application may be made to Mr Hay of Monkshill, Fyvie, or Charles Chalmers, advocate, Aberdeen, and Charles Raitt, grieve, at Maryculter House, will point out the boundaries.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 21st August 1816.

14 August 2016

James Finnie, Bonnykelly

MEETING OF CREDITORS.

THE whole Creditors of JAMES FINNIE, Farmer in Headiton of Bonnykelly, parish of New Deer, are desired to meet at Mr Hendry's Inn, New Pitsligo, upon Tuesday the 27th of August, by eleven o'clock A.M. to concert the most proper measures for winding up the said concern.

Not to be repeated.
Strichen, 10th August, 1816.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 14th August 1816.

Sudden death of Mary Low in Montrose

A poor woman, Mary Low, whose husband sails in one of the Aberdeen whale ships, died here on Monday last, in consequence of some idle officious person telling her that her husband was drowned, and that she need not trouble herself enquiring after letters from him.  She had gone to the well for water, when the intelligence was communicated to her, and such as its sudden effect that she instantly fell into a swoon.  The was carried to her own house, where every means were employed to restore the vital energy, without effect; in the course of a few hours life was extinct.  She has left an aged mother, and three children, the youngest of whom is only ten weeks old, to deplore her loss.  It appears that the carrier, who arrived from Aberdeen on Saturday evening, brought a letter, with money, from her husband, but did not deliver it until Monday, in consequence of the intermediate day being Sunday.  She was in a state of insensibility when the letter was brought to her. - Montrose, August 9.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 14th August 1816.

7 August 2016

Ann Wylie & Rachel Campbell: prison sentence

On Monday last, Ann Wylie and Rachel Campbell, lately servants to Messrs Gordon, Barron, & Co. at their Cotton Mills, Woodside, having been convicted before the Sitting Magistrate of stealing from the Manufactory of their said masters, were sentenced by him to be confined in Bridewell for the space of Six Calendar Months; and to stand on the Pillory for one hour, previous to their imprisonment in Bridewell.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 7th August 1816.

Fyvie farm lease

A SMALL FARM TO LET,
And NOTICE to DEBTORS and CREDITORS.

There is to be Let,

THE REMAINDER of a LEASE, for Thirteen Years, of the Ground at WOODHEAD of FYVIE, lately possessed by George Cheyne, Merchant - containing about seventeen acres, twelve of which are old infield, of the best quality, and all in the highest state of improvement; with a suitable Steading of Office-houses, DWELLING HOUSE, and SHOP, fitted up in a very superior stile, and peculiarly adapted for the accommodation of a Country Merchant.  The situation for this purpose is such as rarely to be met with.  The premises will be shown by Adam Mackie, merchant, Fyvie, to whom offers may be given in.

The incoming tenant will be accommodated with some stacks of Corn and Fodder, and Hay, as also the Crop now laid down, at a fair valuation.

It is requested that all those indebted to the estate of the said George Cheyne, will pay the amount immediately to Adam Mackie, merchant, Fyvie, who has power to receive and discharge the same.  And all who have claims against the estate will lodge the same, properly vouched, with William Davidson, merchant, Aberdeen, one of George Cheyne's trustees.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 7th August 1816.

31 July 2016

Mosstown, Logie Buchan

SALE AT MOSSTOWN OF LOGIE BUCHAN.

On Thursday the first day of August next, will be sold by public roup, on the Farm of MOSSTOWN,

THE whole Stock of BESTIAL on said Farm, consisting of two Work Horses, seven Stots, six Milk Cows, four Queys, Carts, Ploughs, Harrows, Harness, and other Farming Utensils; HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and whole other effects belonging to the Trustees for the Creditors of JAMES WATSON, the present Tenant.

The roup to begin at 11 o'clock forenoon.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 31st July 1816.