FARMS TO LET,
In the Parish of KNOCKANDO, and County of ELGIN,
Belonging to CHARLES GRANT, Esq. of ELCHIES,
CORGYLE, as possessed by the Proprietor and James MacMillan, with the PASTURAGE of DELEGYLE.
COTTERTOWN, also possessed by the Proprietor, with the adjoining Pendicle, called HEATHFIELD, possed by Geo. Findlay.
GATESIDE of KNOCKANDO, possessed by James Robertson.
RUNNAGARIE, and MILL of BELLINTOMB, possessed by James Dean. AND
PRESCALTINE, possessed by John and William Clarks.
The Farms of Corgyle and Cottertown are substantially enclosed with stone dykes, and well watered. The arable land has been limed freely by the Proprietor, and let annually for several years, under Grass, for Pasturage. Liberal allowance will be given to good tenants for Building Houses on Corgyle and Cotertown; with entry imemdiately or at Martinmas to the lands occupied by the Proprietor, and to the other Farms at Whitsunday 1814.
Offers will be received by Peter Cameron, Writer in Banff, or John Grant, at Carron,; either of whom will give any further information that may be required, till Monday the 11th of April, when the offers will be examined at the House of Elchies; and Alexander Grant, Ground-officer at Strondow, will shew the premises.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 9th March 1814.