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JOHN CAMERON, City Hotel, Elgin, begs to return his sincere
thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, and Public generally of Morayshire, and
adjoining Counties, for the very libsral patronage he has received during the time
he has been in Business in Elgin as an INNKEEPER AND HORSEHIRER; and
he takes the present opportunity of intimating that he has just taken a '
where the Public" will always fird, kept on hand, a choice Stock of WINES,
SPIRITS, ALES, and BEERS, from far-famed houses in the trade.
The City Hotel has hitherto been a favourite resort of Tourists, Commercial
Travellers, Farmers, Cattle Dealers, and Business People generally ; and J. C. is
determined that no pains shall be wanting on his part to preserve the reputation of
the "City," and to secure to the travelling public all the quiet, comfort, and
convenience of their own homes.
Mr. C, as is well known, has hitherto given great attention to his
and at present it is most efficient in every branch, comprising, as it does, several
really first-class Horses, and the Finest, Cleanest, and most convenient Close and
Open Summer Carriages that can be procured. The Public may, therefore, at all
times, rely on receiving good Horses, suitable Vehicles, and Careful, Experienced,
and Steady Drivers.
City Hotel, Elgin, 1863.
"RS. SUTOR takes the present opportunity of returning thanks to
-LVJL. Tourists, Commercial Gentlemen, and the Public generally for their kind sup-
port, and begs to assure them that the utmost attention continues to be given to the
wants and comforts of every ono who visits the Hotel, which is now in course of being
considerably Enlarged and Improved.
Rothes is now accessible by Railway from every direction, and the Hotel is
toithin Two Minutes' Walk of the Railway Station.
The District, for beauty of Scenery and Salubrity of Climate, cannot be excelled
in the North of Scotland.
B3T Charges in all Cases Strictly Moderate.
Rothes, 1863.
IHE Subscriber, in returning thanks for the very liberal support
he has received since becoming Tenant of the above Hotel, begs most respect-
fully to acquaint Commercial Gentlement, Tourists, and Travellers of every class,
that it is his intention to make such ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS on the
PREMISES as will ensure the comfort of those patronising his Establishment, and
he will endeavour to serve all in a way that will be satisfactory, and at the lowest
remunerating scale of charges.
The House is situated in the centre of the Village, and in close proximity to all the
Leading Houses of Business in the Town.
POST HORSES and VEHICLES always on Hire on the most reasonable terms.
. Grantown, May, 1863.

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