13 November 2010


To be let for 19 years, or such other term shall be agreed upon, entry as to the Mills, Houses, Yards, and Grass, at Whitsunday 1811, and to the Arable Land at the separation of that year's crop from the ground.
THE MILL and MILL LANDS of MONDYNES, in the parish of Fordoun, and county of Kincardine, with the Multures, Sucken, and Sequels thereof, as presently possessed by Mr Thomas Brand.
Thee lands consisting of 49 acres and 2 roods or thereby, are well sheltered, and of an excellent quality.  The turnpike road from Aberdeen, by Stonehaven, and Laurencekirk, runs through the farm, which is situated about six miles distance from Stonehaven, where there is always a ready market for Grain, and where Lime is constantly to be had.
The ground officer at Glenbervie House will show the farm, and offers in writing will be received by the Proprietor at Glenbervie House, and by John Low, writer in Stonehaven.
Such offers as are not approved of, will be kept secret, if desired.

Published in The Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 14th November, 1810.

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