VALUABLE FARM, MEAL MILL, AND TWO
CROFTS, IN THE COUNTY OF ABERDEEN,
AND PARISH OF FOVERAN,
ENTRY AT WHITSUNDAY FIRST.
To be Let, for such a number of years as may be agreed on,
THE FARM of MILL of MINNES, as possessed by Alex. Catto, consisting of about 115 Scots Acres: great part of the infield is improved, and inclosed with Stone Dykes; and being in the vicinity of Newburgh, where Manure can always be had, and Produce disposed of, the rest can be improved at a moderate expence. The Mill, which has a constant supply of Water, and a great Fall, may be converted to different branches of Manufacture; and may have a Public Kiln annexed to her, which would be convenient in that part of the country.
Also, Two CROFTS, a large PARK, and Rough MOSS (adjoining the Parks of Tillery), as possessed by William Christal and John Allan, (to be joined in one Possession), consisting of about 40 Acres.
Good encouragement will be given to able and industrious tenants.
Offers, in writing, will be taken in till the middle of February, by John C. Hunter of Tillery, where further particulars will be known.
James Leslie, ground-officer, will shew the marches.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 8th December 1813.