6 January 2013

Mains of Williamston, Culsalmond


THE Farm of MAINS of WILLIAMSTON, occupied by John Roger; and the adjoining Farm occupied by Peter Wood; both in the parish of Culsalmond; and consisting together of about 165 acres, mostly arable, are to be let for such number of years as may be agreed on.

On the premises there are a Dwelling House of two stories, and a Steading of Offices, all substantially built of Stone and Lime, with Roofs of foreign wood covered with Slate.  The Barn is adapted for a Threshing Machine, with the benefit of water, of which there is a great command; and the Led is already cut.  These Farms are within 11 miles of the Inverury Canal; and the turnpike road leading to Huntly passes through them.

Offers in writing will be received by Charles Fraser Esq. the proprietor, Leith-walk, Edinburgh; or Andrew Jopp, Advocate in Aberdeen; and any of the neighbouring tenants on the estate of Williamston will point out the boundaries to enquirers.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 6th January 1813.

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