VALUABLE FARMS IN KINCARDINESHIRE
Entry at Whitsunday next.
THE Farm of BROOMBANK, as presently possessed by the assignees and subtenants of the late James Campbell, consisting of about 245 acres; about 211 of which is fine arable fertile dry early soil, with a south exposure, well adapted for the production of all sorts of grain and green crops; and 34 acres of fine green braes and pasture; lying in the parish of Glenbervie, close to the village of Drumlithie, within about six miles of Stonehaven, five of Bervie, twelve of Montrose, and intersected by the turnpike road leading from Stonehaven to Laurencekirk. Entry by Whitsunday 1813.
MEETLAW consisting of about 97 acres arable, presently and for several years in grass; lying in the parish of Arbuthnott, within less than five miles of Stonehaven, and also intersected by the foresaid turnpike road.
Both farms will be shown by Alexander Reid, ground-officer at Drumlithie; and every proper encouragement given to good tenants, and none else need apply.
Proposals will be received by John Gordon of Avochie, W.S. the proprietor, at Edinburgh; or Mr Christian, writer, Stonehaven; and the proprietor prposes being on the spot soon, to treat and conclude, of which due notice will be given.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 7th April 1813.