30 October 2011

Crowhillock Farm, Kincardineshire


To be let for nineteen years and entered to at Whitsunday first, 1812,

THE Farm of CROWHILLOCK, with the Fishing Town and Lands of SHIELD-HILL, and part of the Lands of WHISTLEBERRY, all as at present possessed by Daniel Coutts.

The Farm consists of about 80 acres of arable land, chiefly strong ground, besides some pasture, is in high heart and condition, being almost all lately limed, and produces good wheat; is within less than three miles of the harbours of Catterline and Gourdon, where lime may be imported, and an excellent road passes through the farm and communicates with the turnpike.  The entering tenant can be accommodated with the whole of the crop of 1812, by appreciation, if he chooses.

For particulars, apply to Daniel Coutts, at Crowhillock, by Bervie, who will shew the land and treat with offerers.

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

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