Adjoining the Village of LAWRENCEKIRK.
To be let for such number of years as can be agreed on, with
entry at Martinmas next,
THE Farms of LOWER MAINS of JOHNSTON, consisting of nearly 70 acres, and BLACKIEMUIR, consisting of about 52 acres; all at present possessed by Mr James Wallace.
Both the above farms are in high order; and an unusually large proportion of them is either in One year old Grass, or laid down with the present Crop. The land of Lower Mains is well known to be of the best quality in the Mearns; producing heavy crops of What, and other Grain. The Blackiemuir farm has very lately had a great deal of lime laid on it; and has been cultivated in the best manner. A more desirable entry in every respect could not occur than the present condition of these Farms affords.
They are to be let, either together or separately. Each farm has an excellent Dwelling House on it, and good Offices. The land will be shewn by Baillie Scott of Lawrencekirk; and any person wishing further information, or to bargain, may apply to Mr FARQUHAR of Johnston, the proprietor; or to R. Morrice, Advocate, Aberdeen.
Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 25th September 1816.