FARM IN BUCHAN, AND KELP SHORE,
THE FARM of CADGERHILL of BUTHLAW, lying in the parish of Longside, and county of Aberdeen. And the CROFT on the estate of Buthlaw, lately occupied by the deceased George Farquhar, are to be let for 19 years, from Whitsunday first.
Cadgerhill consists of about 90 acres, all arable, part of them good old infield; and the Croft contains about 16.
William Gray, ground-officer at Buthlaw, will point out the marches; and offers will be received by the Rev. Mr Boyd, at Crimond, untill the 8th of March next, when the letting will take place at Cairness.
Sealed offers for the Kelp Shores of Cairness and Cairnglass, (which will be let for the ensuing, or the ensuing and two subsequent seasons) may also be lodged with Mr Boyd, and will be determined on at the above mentioned time and place.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 24th February 1813.