17 November 2013

Farms of Edintore and Cauldwells


To be Let for such number of years as may be agreed on,

THE whole Lands of EDINTORE and CAULDWELLS, as presently possessed by Alexander Bennet and James Smith, lying in the neighbourhood of the thriving and populous town of Keith, where regular Markets are held.  These Farms have a southern exposure, are well Watered, and are known to produce early crops of Corn and Grass.  They have every advantage that good Roads, and a central situation between the Northern and Southern Cattle Trysts, can afford.

They will be Set together or separately, as offers may incline; and every encouragement will be given to industrious tenants.

The entry to Edintore immediately, and to Cauldwells at Whitsunday next.

Enquiry may be made at Mr Gordon, the Proprietor, Forres.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 17th November 1813.

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