30 January 2011



To be Let for Eleven Years from Whitsunday first, 1811,

THE Farm of ESSLE, in the Parish of Speymouth, as presently occupied by JOHN MENZIES.

It consists of Fifty-Three Acres Arable, well adapted to green crops and the system of husbandry connected with them; and about Forty-Nine Acres of Muir Pasture.  There is a comfortable Dwelling-Houose and Stead of Offices on the place.

Offers may be given in to the Duke of GORDON, the Proprietor, at Gordon Castle; or to the Revd. John Anderson, his factor at Fochabers, betwixt this and the 1st of March ensuing; when answers will be returned, and the person preferred settled with.

Fochabers, Jan. 19. 1811.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 30th January, 1811.

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