20 November 2010


THE FARMS undermentioned, on the Earl of ABERDEEN's Estate, are to be Let at Haddo-House, on Wednesday the 12th of December next, at 10 o'clock forenoon, viz. -

In the Parish of Tarves.
LITTLE MELDRUM, with part of NORTHSEAT; and also that part of SHETHIN lying to the north of the road from Haddo-House to Ellon.
NORTHSEAT, occupied by John Davidson.
The East Lot of SHETHIN, including the Crofts, possessed by Thomas Annand, William Garden, and George Taylor.

The Middle Lot of LITTLE ARDO, possessed by James Cruden, John Finnie, and James Stephen.
The CROFT of LITTLE ARDO, on the north of James Cruden's Houses.
The CROFTS possessed by John Hunter, Alexander Salter, William Ellis, William Calder, and Peter Kynoch.
MICHAELMUIR, occupied by Alexander Simpson.
BRACKLY of METHLIC, possessed by John Stirling.

CAIRNLEITH, possessed by George Hall.
A CROFT on the south of that farm.
SOUTH BRAEHEAD, possessed by John Walker.
ARDLEIN, possessed by James Martin.
Part of ARDLEIN, possessed by John Arthur.
A CROFT of ARDLEIN, on the March of Schivas.
THREE CROFTS in ARDLEIN, adjoining to the Moss of Savock.
PETTIELANDS of AUCHREDDIE, possessed by Peter Leslie.
The MILL and MILNTOWN of DRUMWHINDLE, possessed by George Glashan.
The CROFT on MILLTOWN, in the possession of George Jameson, blacksmith.
THREE CROFTS on MILLTOWN of DRUMWHINDLE, adjoining to Coalmoss.

The leases will be for 19 years from Whitsunday next.  Every encouragement will be given to industrious tenants.
For particulars, enquire at Alexander Crombie, advocate in Aberdeen.  The ground-officers will shew the boundaries.

Published in The Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 21st November, 1810.

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