26 May 2013

Newtown, St Vigeans


To be sold by Auction.

THE Lands of NEWTOWN, in the parish of St. Vigeans, near Arbroath, consisting of 107 acres, possessed by Mr ROBERT HILLOCKS, are to be exposed to sale by public roup, within the Town-House of Arbroath, on Saturday the 5th day of June 1813, betwixt the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock afternoon.

The soil of these lands is superior to any in the neighbourhood of the thriving and populous burgh of Arbroath.  The Mansion-House, Office-Houses, and Thrashing Wind Mill, are commodious, and in complete repair.

The present tenant holds a lease of the lands, 17 years of which are yet to run; and the rent is £4 15s. per acre, of 105 acres of the land, and the greater part of the remaining two acres are under Plantation of Trees, in a thriving state.

Any person desirous to treat for a purchase by private bargain, may, betwixt and the day appointed for auction, apply to the proprietor, Mr Rolland, at Newtown.

Arbroath, 4th May, 1813.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 26th May 1813.

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