HOUSE AND SHOPS TO LET.
THAT HOUSE, with Slated Roof, consisting of Four Rooms, and Bed Closets, with large Garret; and Two SHOPS adjoining, one of which was purposely built and fitted up for a Cart and Plough Manufactory; and the other to suit a Merchant, or any other occupation; as the same are presently possessed by George Jack, and Robert Cook. Entry at Whitsunday first.
The situation of the Village of Mintlaw is known to be such as offers inducements to persons in different lines to settle there.
Application for the above House and Shops may be made to James Mitchell, at the House of Pitfour.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 23rd February 1814.