SALE OF HERITABLE PROPERTY IN NEW PITSLIGO,
Parish of Tyrie, and County of Aberdeen.
There will be exposed to sale, by public roup, at New Pitsligo, within the Pitsligo Arms, there, on Thursday the 5th day of November curt. between the hours of one and two o'clock in the afternoon,
THAT HOUSE in said village adjoining the Hay Friendly Society House, lately possessed by LEYS, MASON, and Co. Manufacturers in Aberdeen, as a Weaving Shop, and belonging to Mr KELMAN in Fraserburgh, with the large Garden at the back thereof. The house is substantially built, of stone and lime, with a tyle roof, covered with heather; part of it is lofted, and the whole of it well joisted; but what makes it of infinitely more value, is, that there are upwards of Three Acres of ground, in the best state of improvement, which will be given along with said Feu, rent free for about Twelve Years. It lies above the School House, about the centre of the village. Entry to the house may be had immediately, and to the ground and garden at the separation of the present crop.
The articles of roup are in the hands of Lewis Chalmers, Writer in Fraserburgh, who will give any farther information that may be required regarding the sale.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 4th November 1812.