CAPITAL GRASS PARKS.
There are to be Let for Pasture, and entered to at Martinmas
THOSE TWO INCLOSURES on MAINS of TROUP called PIRGAIR's PARK and the LAWN PARK, as at present occupied by Mr George Williamson, of St John's Well. - These inclosures are extensive, have been a great number of years in grass, are well watered and sheltered, and afford both winter and summer pasture of a very superior quality.
With a view of accommodating extensive dealers, they will be let by public roup, at Troup House, on Friday the 25th day of November next, when the tacksman's entry will commence.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 26th October 1814.