2 July 2017

Kincardineshire farm leases

To be let for nineteen years from Martinmas next,
THE FARMS of MILL-PLOUGH & CLOUSEBURN, in the parish of Arbuthnott, the former as presently occupied by James Stewart, and the latter by John Mitchell.  The farm of Mill-plough, consists of 110 acres arable, or thereby, besides pasture, and is in good condition, having been lately improved, limed, and partly sub-divided by open ditches.  The farm of Clouseburn consists of about 72 acres arable, besides pasture.  These Farms are situated within 3 miles of the post town of Bervie; 4 miles of the sea-port of Gourdon, where lime and coal are imported; 12 miles from Montrose; and 10 miles from Stonehaven, at both of which places there is a weekly grain market.

George Beattie, ground-officer at Allardyce, will shew the farms; and offers may be given in, and particulars learned, on application to the proprietor at Ury, or to David Ross, Writer in Stonehaven.

Published in the Aberdeenshire Journal, Wednesday 2nd July 1817.

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