22 January 2017

Midmar Farms

FARMS TO LET.

The following Possessions on the Estate of CORSINDAY, 
and Parish of Midmar, are to be Let and entered to at Whitsunday next, viz.

THE FARM of AUCHMORE, possessed by William Stot, containing 83 Acres Arable, to be divided into three Lots, of of 15 Acres, one of 31, and one of 37.

ALSO,

The FARM OF BANDODLE, possessed by Alex. Reid, to be divided into four Lots, one of 9 Acres, two of 12, and one of 24.

Two or more of these Lots on either of the Farms may be conjoined, to suit intending offerers.  These possessions have considerable extent of Pasture, and Muir Ground belonging to them, beside Pasture and Fuel on the Hill of Fair.  The soil of the whole is good, a considerable proportion being old In-field, and good access to Aberdeen by the Midmar and Echt turnpike.

The marches of the Lots will be shewn by John Robertson in Tillybirlach; and written offers will be received by the Proprietor at Corsinday; or Mr Strachan, jun. of Campfield, betwixt and the 18th March; on which day the hole will be Let at Corsinday.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 22nd January 1817.

Henry Wilson, glass dealer in Aberdeen

SALE OF GLASSWARE,
AND NOTICE to DEBTORS and CREDITORS.

To be sold, by public roup, on Friday 31st January current, in virtue of a warrant from the Honourable the Magistrates of Aberdeen, at that shop in the end of Queen-street, lately occupied by HENRY WILSON, Glass Dealer,

THE whole stock of GLASS, cut and uncut, formerly belonging to him, consisting of Wine Decanters, Carafs, Goblets, Table Dishes, Tumblers, Wine Glasses, &c. &c.  Also the Shop Furniture and working utensils; and after the roup, the shop will be let till Whitsunday first.  Entry immediately.

The said H. Wilson having granted a trust disposition for behoof of his Creditors, all those who are Indebted to him, are requested to make immediate payment of what they owe, to John Smith, Advocate, Aberdeen, the Trustee; and those to whom he is owing are requested to lodge with Mr Smith, their Claims and Affidavits thereon.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 22nd January 1817.

15 January 2017

Edingight farm leases

FARMS ON THE ESTATE OF EDINGEITH
TO LET.

BOGS, as lately possessed by James Howe.
WATTS-TACK, as possessed by William Gordon; and
WHITE-LEY, as possessed by Alexander Robb.

Entry to Bogs and White-Ley immediately, and to Watts-Tack at Whitsunday first; and Candidates will please attend at the house of Edingeith, on Wednesday the 29th current, when it is intended to Let the Farms.

Not to be repeated.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 15th January 1817.

Farm leases in Moray

FARMS TO LET,
AND SALE OF BIRCH WOOD,
Belonging to
CHARLES GRANT, Est. of WESTER ELCHIES:

ONE THOUSAND Cut BIRCH TREES, will be sold by public roup in Lots on the west bank of the Spey, near the ferry-boat of Elchies, (if not previously sold by private bargain), on Tuesday the 11th day of February next, at noon.

And on the same day, the following Farms will be Let at the House of Elchies, with entry at Whitsunday next.

PARISH of DOULAS.

MAINS and MILL of CRAIGMILL, as possessed by Messrs. Demmpster and Dunbar.

PARISH OF KNOCKANDO.

CLUNE,                             as possessed by William Cowie.
BLACKHOLES,                            "             Alex Watson.
HEATHFIELD,                               "             George Findlay.
LOANSIDE,                                   "             Jas. Grant & W. Anderson.
BURNTOWN,                                "             Isaac Cruickshank.
BOGROY,                                       "             John Cruickshank.
LOGGAN,                                       "             Samuel Grant.
RINNAFIACH,                               "             The Heirs of Peter Kiel.
PRESCALTINE,                              "             John and Wm. Clark.
LYNES,                                            "             J. Grigor & W. McIntosh.

The Mains of Craigmill is enclosed, and within five miles of Forres.  The Mill and Farm Steading are new, and slated; and such of the other Farms as are contiguously situated will be joined, and made convenient to accommodate improving tenants.

Offers will be received by John Grant, at Carron, or P. Cameron, Writer in Banff, until the day of set; and Alexander Grant, ground-officer, will shew the marches.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 15th January 1817.

8 January 2017

Farm lease at Inverkeithny

FARM TO LET.
To be Let, and entered to immediately,

THE Farm of ARDFOUR on the estate of Netherdale, in the parish of Inverkeithny, and county of Banff, as at present occupied by Captain FYFE.

This Farm is of an early, grateful soil, and too well known to require any particular description.

John Brown, overseer at Netherdale, will shew the Marches; and the Farm will be let at the house of Netherdale, on Friday the 17th of January current.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 8th January 1817.

John Nicol, salmon fisher, deceased

NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.

THE Debtors of the deceased JOHN NICOL, Salmon Fisher at Bridge of Don, are requested to make payment of what they owe the Defunct, as soon as possible to A. and J. Cadenhead, Advocates in Aberdeen, Agents for his Representatives, and with whom, those having Claims on the Defunct, will please lodge the same, within One Month from this date, that they may be settled.

Aberdeen, 7th January, 1817.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesdy 8th January 1817.

1 January 2017

Roup at Greecyhill

SALE of EFFECTS,
AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

THE whole EFFECTS belonging to ALEXANDER RANNIE, in Greecyhill of Brucklay,... consisting of Corn and Fodder, Cattle, a Work Mare, Implements of Husbandry, and Household Furniture, ... will be sold by public roup, by his Trustees, for behoof of his Creditors, at Greecyhill, on Tuesday the 7th curt. at 11 o'clock forenoon.  Credit on security will be given.

Those Creditors who have not already lodged their claims, are requested to do so, with William Gamack, writer in Peterhead without delay.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 1st January 1817.