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MEMORANDA. SALE OP VIEWFIELD. - INTIMATION.
Th» nuu of the Cornet appointed to the Royal Hone "his very Eligible and Beautiful Property will be exposed ri^HE Lord Ordinary officating on the Bills this day it.
Guards, on 22d March 1831, ii Ncthercote, and not Nether- to Sale by Public Roup, within the Royal Exchange J_ questrated the whole estate and effects of LOUNDtS
tool Coffeehouse, Edinburgh, on Wednesday the 4th day of ROYLANCE GOW, Cloth-Merchant in Falkirk, in lie
Major William Logie, half-pay Unattached, hai been al- April 1832, at two o'clock afternoon. county of Stirling, and appointed his Creditors to meet v
lowed to retire from the urrice, by the lale of aa Unattached the house of Mr. David Brown, Keeper of the Red Ln
eommiMion; dated March 23, 1832. T HE LANDS are situated in the Parish and neighbour-
hood of Lasswade, and County of Edinburgh. The
leculiar beauty of the Country and Scenery aruund, and
Inn, Falkirk, on Monday the 9th April next, at 12 o'cU
noon, to name an Interim Factor ; and again to meet, it
ie advantages of the situation, are too well known to re- the same place and hour, on Tuesday the 24th April not,
Ctmmtulotu ttgitei by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of uire any particular description. The Soil is excellent, to elect a Trustee.—Of all which notice is hereby given, in
nd capable of carrying every species of crop, extending, by terms of the Statute.
Mid-Lothian. recent measurement, to nearly 78 imperial acres, be- John CamplxU, W. S. Agent
Jamei Joseph Hope Vere, Esq. to be Deputy Lieutenant. ides a Feu adjoining, which yields £H of yearly feu-duty, Edinburgh, March 29, 1832.
William Rammy Ramsay, Esq. to be ditto. Both dated sxclusive of casualties. The Burdens are moderate.
January », 1632. The MANSION-HOUSE, which is commodious, com.
mands a delightful and extensive view of the fine surround- TO THE CREDITORS OP
ng Country. There are also a good Garden and Orchard, WILLIAM STEWART WATSON, Picture-Deiler,
•ith substantial Offices.
BANKRUPTS, These Lands are admirably adapted for being divided, or Portrait-Painter, and Life Insurance Broker in Efc
eued out as villas, and, in that view, would afford a most burgh.
7BOM THB LONDON OAZETTB. ligible investment for capital. HE Lord Ordinary officiating on the Bills, upon ill
For farther particulars apply to Messrs. Campbell and
Hack, W. S., 1, Thistle Street,' Edinburgh, in whose hands
T application of the said William Stewart Watson, till
the requisite concurrence, this day sequestrated the estaia
Hayter Nathaniel Scrivener, formerly of Palmer's re the Title-Deeds and Articles of Roup. and effects, heritable and moveable, of the said Williin
Stewart Watson, and appointed his Creditori to ma
Folly, Ratcliffe Highway, Middlesex, builder, within the Rainbow Coffeehouse, Edinburgh, on Fridit
but now of Katcliffe Highway aforesaid, pork- NOTICE. the 6th day of April next, at ten o'clock forenoon, for the
man. purpose of choosing an Interim Factor; and to meet agiii,
George Keene, of Union Street, Southwark, Sur.
T HE Heirs of Entail, and all other persons concerned in
the ESTATE of BRODIE and Others, under a
>eed of Entail by the Right Honourable James Earl of
at the same place and hour, on Friday the 20th dayof.lpnl
next, for the purpose of electing a Trustee or Trusletiii
succession on the said sequestrated estates.
William Samuel Amlras, of Addlestone, near Chert- ife, dated the 14th day of April 1775, a corroborative Deed Edinlntrg/L, March 30, 1832.
gey, Hurrey, brewer. " Entail dated the 10th day of March 1819, by the de-
James Marshall, of Norwood, Surrey, potter. based James Brodie, Esquire, of Brodie, and under another
Deed of Entail by the said James Brodie, dated the 22d
William Day, of Providence Buildings, New Kent ay of April 1819, are hereby required to appear before the NOTICE
Road, Saint Mary, Newington, Surrey, plumber, lonourable Lord Craigie, Lord Medwyn, Lord Gillies, and TO THE CREDITORS OF
painter, and glazier. jord Mackenzie, Judges in the Court of Session in Soot- MORRIS. KIRKWOOD, and CO., Merchants and Win.
Richard Keily, of No. 15, Angel Court, Throg- and, or any two of their Lordships, within the house of housemen, Glasgow, and Hugh Morris and William Kirt.
Lord George Street, Edinburgh, upon
morton Street, London, merchant, bill-broker, le said the 2d Craigie, April 1832, at 12 o'clock noon, when
londay day of wood, as Individuals.
James Ward, of Stow Market, Suffolk, cattle-deal- ented to the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament
er and butcher.
ley will be heard for their interest upon a Petition pre-
assembled, in name of William Brodie, Esquire, of Brodie,
T HE Lord Ordinary officiating on the Bills ttmdiy*.
questrated the whole estate and effects of the ail
Morris, Kirkwood, and Company, and Hugh Morris ml
Thomas Wright, of Birmingham, Warwick, coach- ir leave to bring in a Bill for the purpose of selling part of William Kirkwood, as Individuals, and appointed their to.
le foresaid Entailed Lands' of Brodie and others, and for ditors to meet within the Black Bull Inn, Glasgow, on Pii.
builder. ther purposes therein specified. day the 6th day of April next, at 12 o'clock noon, to elm
William Worts, of Colchester, Essex, medicine- an Interim Factor ; and again, at the same place and hour,
Tender and dealer in drugs. on Friday the 20th day of April next, to elect a Trustee.
Edward Carter and George Carter, both of North- NOTICE TO THE HEIRS OF ENTAIL OF THE Carphin and Smith, Agenu.
allerton, York, fellmongen. ESTATE OF DOUGLAS. March 30, 1832.
Robert Jamieson and James Sandiman, of Ashton-
under-Lyne, Lancaster, iron-founders and ma-
T H E said Heirs, and all others concerned, under a Deed of
Entail by Archibald Duke of Douglas, dated July ] 1,
761, are hereby required to attend within the house of Lord
TO THE CREDITORS ON
Edward Javis, of Richmond Walk, Stoke-Damerel, !orehouse, No. 12, Ainslie Place, Edinburgh, on Tuesday the The Sequestrated Estates of JOHN CEAWFURD and Con.
Devon, sail-maker. d day of April next, at 12 o'clock noon, where they will be
card for their interest, under a remit from the House of Lords PANT of Port-Glasgow, J. T. CHAWFUED and Con.
Lewis Davies, of Mamhilad, near Pontypool, Mon- o Lord Glenlee and Lord Newton, or in their absence, or the PANY of Lisbon, and of CRAWFURD and CoMpjuiof
mouth, miller. bsence of either of them, to Lord Balgray and Lord Core- Newfoundland.
Robert James, of Bristol, mercer and draper. >ouse, on a petition by Archibald Lord Douglas of Douglas,
Samuel Brook the elder, now or late of Mirfield, or leave to bring in a Bill to exchange the Lands of Loch-
near Huddersfiekl, York, banker. yock, in the parish of Carmichael, and county of Lanark,
AMES BROWN, Merchant in Glasgow, having bea
Jappointed Trustee in succession to the deceased W
liam Bennet, upon the said estates, but the meeting of Oft
or the Lands of Falside, in the parish of Roberton, in the ditors at which the said James Brown was elected Trail*
Bankruptcy Superseded. aid county. in succession not having named the caution tu be grutti
Nicholas Weeks, of London Street, Fenchurch March 8,1832. by him, intimation is hereby given, that a meeting of lit
Street, London, merchant. said Creditors will be held within the Black Bull Inn, Glii.
gow, upon Wednesday the 18th day of April next, itm
NOTICE. o'clock afternoon, for the purpose of fixing the caution to In
found by the said James Brown, preparatory to his torfm.
LANDS IN AYRSHIRE, TO BE SOLD.
T HE Heirs of Entail and all others concerned in the Es-
tate of PITFOUR and Others, in the county of ation as Trustee upon the said estates.
Perth, contained in the several deeds of Entail executed Edinburgh, March 29, 1832.
by the deceased John Richardson, of Pitfour, are hereby
To be Sold by Public Roup, under Act and Warrant of the required to attend within the house of the Lord President,
Court of Session, within the Royal Exchange Coffee- No. 12, Moray Place, on Tuesday the 10th day of April NOTICE
houie, on Wednesday the llth day of April next, at two next, at 12 o'clock, where they will be heard for their in- TO THE CREDITORS OP
o'clock afternoon, terest under a remit from the House of Lords to the Lord
President and Lord Meadowbank, whom failing, the Lord
ROXBURGH and COMPANY, Merchants in Glaigoi,
as a Company, and of Adam Roxburgh, Merchant then,
T HE Lands of NETHER GRIMMET, which belonged Justice-Clerk and Lord Cringletie, on a Petition by John
to the deceased DAVID R A.MS AY, W. S. extending Richardson, Esquire, of Pilfour, for leave to bring in a Bill
Sole Partuer of said Company, and as an Individual
to 220 Scotch acre* or thereby, lying within a mile and a
half of the town of Maybole, and about eight miles and a payment of the debts and provisions affecting the same.
half of the town of Ayr.
for the sale of such parts of the said Entailed Estates, for
E DWARD RAILTON, Agent in Glasgow, Trustee*
the sequestrated estate of the said Roxburgh ud
Company, and Adam Roxburgh, hereby intimatea, that ll)
These Lands are of the very best quality, capable of pro accounts of his intromissions having been audited by ill
ducmg any specie* of crop, mid are let tn substantial tenants. T the Meeting of the Creditors of JAMES SCRYM- Commissioners, he has prepared a scheme of ranking, mil i
The present free rent payable for the greater part, accoidin A GEOUR, Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer, Green- state of the bankrupt funds, which will lie in hit annuity
to the flar prices of the c iiinty, is on an average of the lust fou tide Street, Edinburgh, held this day for the election of house, 20, Brunswick Place, Glasgow, for one month fan
yean about £284, besides £5 of public burdens, payable b Commissioners, &c. the Bankrupt made offer of a composi- the 1st April next, for the inspection of the Creditor!, ui
one of the tenants. The steadings on the two princip.i tion of 2s. 6d. per pound on all debts contracted by him on the 2d May proximo, a third dividend will be paid loll*
farms are quit new and complete, and the Estate altogethe prior to the date of his sequestration, payable in one pay- Creditors whose claims have been proved and sustained in
la the very best order. ment, six months after the same shall be approved of, with terms of the Statute ; and at the same time, an equalling
There are plantations on the Estate of ten years old an security therefor ; which offer the Creditors present unani- dividend will be paid to the Creditors whose claims wen*
under, to the ext t of 15 acres, which, with the fences, ar mously entertained, and appointed a second meeting to be lodged in sufficient time for the first and second dividend*
ail in a thriving condition. held this day three weeks, in Ferguson's Tavern, Register Farther, the Trustee requests a general meeting of the Cre-
The inferiority of the above Lands, affirding a freehol Street, at two o'clock afternoon, for finally deciding upon ditors in his counting-house, upon the said 2d Jlif
qualification on retour, will also be exposed to sale. said offer.—Of all which intimation is hereby given, in proximo, at 12 o'clock norm, for the purpose of instrucliof
For particulars apply to Mr. Robe t Rollo, 16, Dundas terms of the Statute. him as to the disposal of the debts still outstanding, udif
Street, Edinburgh, who ii in possession, of the tacki an< JOHN HAY, Trustee. the assets belonging to the sequestrated estate.
title-deeds, or to Mr. William Brown, Writer, JUaybole, No. 3, St. Andrea ! Street, Tlioi. Lelum, S. S. C.
who will fire orders for shewing the Itands. March'2J, 1832. Glatgmo, March 29, 1832.