11 March 2018

Towie farm leases


In the Parishes of Turriff and Fyvie, to be Let.

To be Let, for 16 Years and Crops from Whitsunday 1818,

THAT PART of the FARM of PITDOULSIE, at present occupied by Alexander, George, and William Still, which, in the late division of the Estate, has been alloted to the President and Governors of Robert Gordon's Hospital.  This Possession consists of 105 Acres, exclusive of the Planted Ground (which is to be reserved) and the greatest part of it is under cultivation. 

Also to be Let, for 19 years and crops from Whitsunday 1818, the FARM of LOUP on the same Estate, at present possessed by James Dingwall, consisting of 37 Acres, exclusive of Moor Ground to at least an equal extent.

The conditions of Letting may be learnt, by application to Mr Irvine at Towie, the Factor; William Shepherd, Esq., Treasurer of the Hospital at Aberdeen; or Robert Morice, Advocate in Aberdeen; And Sealed Offers must be lodged by those wishing to take the Farms, with Mr Shepherd, or Mr Morice, on or before the 16th March curt.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 11th March 1818.

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