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19 May 2013

Inn in Laurencekirk

SALE OF AN INN, &c IN LAURENCEKIRK

Upon the 22d of May current, will be sold by public roup, on the ground,

THAT commodious and well-frequented INN belonging to and presently occupied by JAMES COBB, consisting of five rooms and a kitchen, besides closets and good cellars, all in excellent order, having been built only a few years ago.  Also, a barn, byre, stable, hen-houses, and slaughter-house and granary-loft, all adjoining, and very convenient; two large common stables and a brew-house, with about 21 falls of garden-ground.

The whole is on a perpetual lease, and pays a feu-duty of three pence per fall.  A considerable part of the price may remain with the purchaser.

The purchaser may also have about 9 acres of excellent land, in the highest order, at the rent paid by the exposer.  Entry immediately.

Apply to Mr. JAMES COBB, vintner, Laurencekirk.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 19th May 1813.