30 October 2011

Over Oldwhat Farm, New Deer


THE Farm of OVER OLDWHAT of BRUCKLAY, in the parish of New Deer, as at present possessed by James Mackie, is to be let at Mr Lawa's in New Deer on Tuesday the 26th November next, at 12 o'clock noon.

This Farm contains 23A. 1R 37F. of Old Infield; 70A. 2R. 30F. of Outfield; 15A. 3R 6F. of Green Pasture; and 388A. 1R. 24F. of Muir, capable of being cultivated at a small expence.

The lands extend along the high-road from Peterhead to Banff, are in the neighbourhood of several Limestone Quarries, and not distant from Shell Sand.  Allowance will be given for Building and Enclosing.

For particulars, enquire at Alexander Crombie, Advocate in Aberdeen.  James Greig, at Mill of Brucklay, will shew the marches.

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

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