27 February 2011

Mains of Milltown of Noth


For 11 years from Whitsunday first, 1811,

THE MAINS of MILLTOWN of NOTH, in the Parish of Rhynie, as the same was occupied by the late Mr. ROBERT GORDON.

It consists of about one hundred and fifty acres of arable and pasture, exclusive of moor.  The soil is dry and good ; and from its southern exposure, the crops in general, are among the earliest in that part of the country.  Should an addition of land be considered an advantage to the tenant, it may be annexed afterwards, as those adjoining are not in lease.

Offers may be given in to James Gordon, Esq. at Cocklarachy, by Huntly, or to the Rev. John Anderson at Fochabers, up to the 20th day of April, when the candidate preferred will be settled with.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 27th February, 1811.

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