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   Edinburgh Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 14, 1800, Edinburgh, Midlothian                                 THE EDINBURGH ADVERTISER for i8oo.  SEED PiiArfH.  TO BE SOLD,  3y Ott.BF.PT GRIERSON, Co» v Factch,|,ri«rn,  NORFOLK GR1\Y PI-.ASE of the belt Mndi— Alfo Kill Dried and MALTING BARJLEY. IjF.n it, ioth March, i860.  mCtt 14*  T.h«*c exported from Ardtrgtt In the yettf in one hundred and twenty-ieven flups—;one iJ and l t iv$nty*ji‘Lt of »which were for (¿a. k a r  utain-• 7,233 chetvetts wheat—34*993 chet- ;f t$iintfccd— 148,77a poods Ullow-^47,649 poods  r(1 ip—14*597 poods flax—68,468 poods iron—  ¿¿jo pools <!ordago~7rr86 barrels piKh—  t 6,170 barrels tar—*531,889 pieccj mat*-»- 25,3 r-z Js pot alhes—13,656 oxen tongues— 6,^37  ( U candlcs—23,544 poods train oil—,c77  ■ t -es (all-cloth-***189 pieccs ravcnducks—143*9^2 I    GRASS PAK KS.  (hines linen and diaper—»1*100,000 iquitrel-tails I To be LET for the feafoh, on l riday next, the 21ft  10.000 fntiirrcl-fkins—504 white for itinc— rao | __of March,  #an Ikins—3,000 woylucks—262 poods feathers-*- I  r "pHE GRASS PARKS at RAMORNIE, lying to poods half down—5,03o Rare (kins—1.60c I A., in the parifli of Kettle, and connty of life.  EXCHEQUER CHAMBERS, EoiNbSKtw, 3d l ? eb. 1800.  Bt OfiDcit or tuk Baron**  INT1MA riON is.hereby given, that the Mtnifter, ’ tld«ri, am! the other Member* of the Kirk StlTion of “the pariih of Currie, foi behoof of the Poor of that pa dill have applied for a C>lft of Vltimui Hxrt> of the effi els of MARGARET DAVIDSON*  167  SAt.E OP FLOATING DRY DOCK,  tor the Purpofe of litpdiring f'cj/hls*  There will be 801,0 Uy public roup within the Tradcs-lull of Dundee* upon Tuelday the lit of April next, betwccti the hour« ot l% mid day and one afternoon*  E HULL of a large vcflel called the CUOW t   POST ROAD D15 IRIC T.  THE TRUSTEES of the POST ROAD DIS «.irn Ui me cmtwui    I    inTveifrl* which Will atlmir a’iollHl nt m rim -  41   T  i, TRIC r, arc requelled to metf in the Ro /? 1 dg«;' A^cr Davidi«*, Indweller in the  m  b  eafurt m’em  tf| bc {  ¡J^'  Exchargc Coftee-houic, on Wednefday flrd, being  n * lf "     nf * urn**.    1 . - - -  r 1 v   the 17th March, at il o’clnck.  11  ft is flared In the petition for the (hid Mitiifter, I    andtmtn?«! nnfwi-'r'« 0 ?!  Elders, &c. that the f .id Ale*. DaVldlon and Jean I    Y*“ 18 £ d ‘. 1 ’» *‘“J ,!w J . * ^ ► V. 7  Dallas, hi» fpnufe, came to the fatt oarilb as beggars,    ÌFÌ ^ „ . f 'V  from the North Country. Alex. Davidlon anJ hi, |    .  1 fi e . rc V a l rs c / n . be a *  f P ced ^  converted into a Moating dry dock for rcpair-  ui-botn  roup to begin at II o’clock prtcifely.  FaUm to let.  I (kins.—Llik of grtods remaining over for fale at rchangcl on the I ft October laft, being the end of he flapping feafon—lintfccd, 36,000 chetverts— ht*at, 33,500 chetverts—Ur, 25,003 t>arrels -  ‘tch, 1,600 barrels—train-oil, 25,000 poods—iron, I | wift ot Kdinhurgh, hy Colinton«  .5,00c poods—mats, 500,000—hides, 1,500—tal- This F«rm conraihs 185 Scots acres; offers to be nv, 5,000 ¡>oods—hemp, a,500 poods—poc-aihcs, j given to Wm. Dallas, W. S.  ,coo po )ds—cordage, 10,000 poods. Our corre-pondent adds, from the quantittes left for fale, we  •    II/*    r    I I    I . I    _ •    r  wife remained about the parifh threfhing corn to the farmer« family, and his wile begging in Thefaid Margaret I )avidfqn, her'fitter Tanet, and  SciTi<  brother David, were educated from the Scition funds, To .be LET for Nineteen Years, from and after  at  a confidrrable evpt»nce. The faid Margaret was  Mirhaelmas 1801,    upper fervant in leverai families in Kitinhurgh. and  T-IIK FARM of TORPHIN, lyh.g four miles  SALE OF THE ESTATE OF COLIN I ON*. rptlL Sale of this FUate is VOXTPONED to a X future day, of which notice will be given.  Mr. Dallas, \V\ S. will give ^ny information that may be wanted,  THottTjTA r ROSE [»A^NK, nk.xrT^irTHT^ To be LEI', for'fwcli a number of years as may bc  agreed upon,  ^pHE HOUSE of «tOSK BANK, beautifully fim-i  r  atcd on thr* bank^ of the l ay, confiding of din • in^-rooin and drawing-room, fix bed-rooms, $  wi;li  which this Paper is Printed, to be got at prefcnt at j dofct», kitchen, ferram« room, with cch irs, and fui-  the Stamp Office, we au obliged to print thh    ofTice-houf^; aifo a garden nnd a pnrk about  : ,  r .    ..     r  #1 .. . I eight acres of land. I he whole to he ehrered to at  Day s I ublication on Undamped Paper, of which I wiiitfunday next.—For further particulars, apply to  Affidavit will be made, and the duties pfcid j Joqn Borland, at Stormontfield, by P.*rrh.  eordingly.^ I    TOLLS TO 13E Lhi\  Stavk of the Thfrm6METE^ Jtnc? our lajl* I    V»e Let Hy public roup, within the houfe of Mr-.  s Turfhy %  Mar„h if, 8 o’clock Etcn. ¿7. J Hai<5, vintner in Alloa, upon vrcdneMay the 19th IVcdncfday  %   •light to look for fome reduction in the pliers of heat, lintfeed, train-oil and iron.  On Satin day evening, while Etitabtfh Roy y  a oung woman in Calton, Olaigow, was fitting near candle, the flame communicated to her head dreli, d thence to her clothes, by which (he was* lo much burnt, that {he died on Sunday morning.  [ There being no P&pet of the Large Size on'  upper iervant in leverai families in isiuniiurglc, lately died in Leith, leaving a ptrfona! eitatc of up-wardi of L. ico  YORK PL ACE.  To be Sold by public roup, within the Royal Exchange ,Coflree-houfe, Edinburgh, on Wedntfday the a6th March, 1800, at thrt e o’clock afternoon, if nor previouily difpoied «t hy private bargain,  John Ogiivic, writer in Dundee, to whom any per-iou wHhiug to-purchafe may apply. lhit'Jce >  iztb March, 1800,   7  IlOii6KS IN 'i‘HE bOClb I Y.    ^  To be Lkt, and Entered to at Whicfunday next,  r  l n H A 1 l.ar^e and Comfnodious HOttoh, Nm.  X SOClbl Y, poileifwd by Mr. David P^t^rlon, conliding ol iz rooms, and vaulted cellars below the houfe; and has a back Court a:id Water Pipe.; together with a Coach-houie, and Stabie with five flails.   T a«,S ,T, YÖfeE PLÀcOTW “<•„* P»clU.. E -i,oaf t  o»«r fc „„fmlngof  1 • ...... .................. ...............  occupation of Mrs. Campbell of Mon^ie.  ;i;o bc fcen on Mondays and Wednefdays, from r to ^afternoon.  Apply to JamestDi.rvhis, derk t«» the fi^nct.  d  iervafif*  room, 3 ligkt clokt^*, 2 garrers, and a cdiar, with cafacomb&, and other convcnicncies.  Eoth houfe» have the ule of a bleaching grfcin. 1'hty may be feen every day from 1110 j o'clock,  DOCTOR 1NNES\S POWDERS.  MR. LFA has rfie fatisfa^lion to inform the Public, 'J ha^ by authority of the Executors J and application made for particular* to Zving Char of the !*tte Doctor Imnes, the COMPOUND I lotte Campbell, No. 7, Society. STRENGTHENING POWDERS are flUl conti- Y  nucd to be prepared; and, under his diregion, are fold by appointment in fealvd parcels, price 5s. 5d. (including duty,) \vi*h obfervarions and dirci^tions, which, to prevent impofition, are lnrn< d by Mr. I.ea.  *Thurfday 9  Fridity t   12,    8 o*clock Morn.    34.  8 o'clock EVen.    35.  13,    * o'clock Mom.    37.  8 oVlock Even.    38.  14,    8 o’clock Morn.«    37-Moon 9 / Act, and Hi on Wat** at Ltiru.  Moàn t Agi* Morn.    Even.  Sat. 15, 20, 5 3f 5 59 SuntL 16, at, 6 28 6 58 Mond. 17, 22, 7 19 7 59 *i‘uef. 18,    21,    8 30    9 0  EDINBURGH PRICES OF MEAL, March if. Lothian Oatmeal 230 bolL—South Country —  of Ma»*ch current, by twelve o’clock, for One Y from Whitfurtdav next i^:c, to Whftfimdav  i'HE TOLLS and DUTIES Leviable attl 'Turnpike ro ICmcardine Lud^ate and  ot Alloa, and at the B1 ickhall '{‘oil near Kincardine.  The table of Tolls, and article^ of fct, may be fern at the Sheriff Clerk's Office, in AUoa, any time betwixt and th- day of roup.  ADDRESS TO THE 7a*7uCTED IN  GENERAL.  By the King's Royal Letters Pstcnh GODilOLD’s VEGE TABLE BAi-SAM.  Sold by R. SCOTT, Apothecary, bouth iJHdgff, Edinburgjli; and at J. BAXTER’S Itahin Ware-  houfrai Krliikhürirh arwl iilnfrrrw  for Scotland. jjubliiLed at the-re'jufft lity, &c» who uavc their ceriitica<€5, lot* the benefit of mankind*    \  GODBOLba VEGETABLE BAI>SAM t  fo  r truly efficacious in the cure, of Coninmption*,  * . , . ^    r-. v tv I «tight :o he held m h:gh efcimation. We do hercb»  «is and health? appearance It may be ncceftary to  ce ^ it anll  declare that this Medicinc (the fuperior f.' t« at they are eshiluted in pra€ltce by the hrft  cl5ca J y OI -  whlch we 1)ave e<perienc J    .  mei ica c -araJlfrs m Great rrain.    1 f dm iiies, and where we have rccon:_„ «l^d it)- is »  rn per Bull. | S . Country per Bolt  L. 2 5 Fird, o o o  Prices per Peck. Firlt, 2s. 9^d. Second, 2s. 9d. Third, os. od.  Jjtiin  Fird, L. 2 5  Second, 2 4 o 1 Sccotnl o o o Tiiird, 2 ^ o j Third, o o o  KELSO PRICES OF GRAIN\ March 7. Wheat 48s. od. to 7os.od. Barley 38s. 0J.t05is.cd. Peafe 40s. rd to 56-1.cd. Oats 35s, to ^os. oil. Vcr boll of (> Win. bufli. Per boll of Win. b.  BERWICK PRICES OF GRAIN, Marck 8.  Per boll of fix Wincheltcr buftitls.  ^eat 6o*. od. to 72s. od. I Oati 35s. od. to 50s od. Prafe <6s. od. to flos. o<l. I Barley 36«. od. to*40*.  S E E S T R A T I 0 N S, &c.  Ai-tx as*nett lAN f nERsos*, Merchant and Coal-madcr in Kilmarnock. Creditors to meet in Bryan*s there, on the 20th ind. at 12 o\U*ck, to chufe-a factor, and on the 14th April, to chufc a tnzfU’e.  Creditors of David Sifuart, lute merchant in T^ith, to meet in the Roya! Exchange Coifcc-houfc, Fdinburprh, on the 26th init. at one o’clock, to con* lultT another propofal r^arding the cUlm of the York Buildings Company, andlo fix reduced prices cn tlu property which did not fell.  The public examination A William Di*n*, Vint-r*r in Ayr, to be* on th? 19th curt, and the 3.1 April, at one o’clock, in the Ordinary Court-houfe <»f Ayr. Creditors to meet in the houfe of faid William Dun, on the 4th April, at one o’clock, to indru<fl Ofwald Weir, the trudee, and to lodge with l' ;, nthtir .'»aims, with oaths of v rlty, between and 6th November, or to have no flrarc in the firll diftri-bution.  SHIP NEWS.  Akmvfp is Ci yd-—lc, Cunningham; Evan-dn, GilJLs; Jeanic. M*lvcr; Aniuhclla, Morifd, and Four Siders, M'Kay, all from Liverpool.  The jenny, Robb, is arrived at New Providence, f r omCl>dc* The Brandywine Miller, Danlevy, at New York, from Cl>dc; and Sally, Campbell, ar Charlelt'-wn, from London.  1 he Thames of Carron, for London, was well oil Cditoiby, the (*th curient.  Arkivk« at Hui.i.— if.ibella and Nancy, Phillips. "ind Fame, Jo!mf< n, from J.>nnbar~Earl ot  DR. SOLO^tON , s CORDfAL BALM of, houfe, No. 33, Prince's Street; alfo by Mr. Smith, » • GILEAD, is happily calculatcd for the. Weak, j perfumer, N6rth Bridge Street.    1  w s; c v. ^  the Sickly and Infirm. In all Inward Decays, Debi- j At Glafgovfr, by Mr. Angns M‘Donald, jeweller.  00 ji.  an ^  tity, I-ow r ncfs of Spirits, Weaknefs in eithelr Sex, whether hereditiry, acquired, or owing to youthful fmprudencies, this mcdicine will afford,the mod wonder/ul relief. !n Venereal Complaintt, and, So-mini! Wcaknefs, 1 ahe,s, Dorfaiis, or ,‘Nervpus Con-liunptions, its merit ltands unrivailedi ai miv be Wrsa by the numbcrleis tuiimoniaU in his pamphlet, livered gratis 6y the Do^tlor’s agents. *  The CORDIAL BALM of GiLFAD in fold in Bottle*, ut Half-a-Guinca each, and in    of  L 5 each, by purchafmg w r hich, the Patituit ^ill fave Ovr Pound Six Si-Wings t  as thc^ contain* equal ‘in quantity to Twelve Half Guinea Buttles^ ' dy Mr. A. SMITH, Perfumer, No. 38*  Bridge Street, Edinburgh;  And aUo by Mr. Angus .McDonald, Jeweller,¡punctually executed. Trongate, Glasgow, who are appointed Wholcfalc Agents for Scotland, and In Retail by Johnfon and Biffit, Perth; Alex. Swap & Co. Allan; Dundee;  James Anderfun, Mitchell, Aberdeen; Lyon and /Wmolh Iimrncfc; boriyth, Miller, Ayr; Cave,  Baulf; Dcmplter, Oipar; Wylie, Dickfun, Dumfries; Meggit, Dalkeith; Fotheringhaine, Dimfcrn>  At Aberdeen, ny Mr. Black; apothecary.  At Stirling, by Mr. Anderen, lkitioner*  At Pertli, by Mr. Hill, ftationer.  At Leed«, by Mr. Binps, bookfellcr.  At N^wcaille,. by Mr. Humble, ilutioner.  At Londi»n, by Mr. Monteith, chemift and drug-giil, -Grac#* Church Street ; und M^. Lloyd’s»,*  • p^rftimtr, Kin? Street. Covent Garden.  At DuMitu hy Mr. Callwell, llationer, No. 41,« College Green.  N. B.- As thefe Pow^T^rs may bc wilh faf?ty and aefvatitage, either in warm or coW ntmi***; merchants purchafing for exportation, or whoktàh  --Q---J ^ ^ - ----- / ^ ^    ^    - I'- ff»  our earned wifh a trial may he n\adti,%t means the hcalth^of thoufands in fh^iyetro-polis, and other parts of the world may bccUWfC{! and preieryedr    .. *  "I'ue Mod Noble Marquis of Lotht^n, Right Hsnourable Vifcoutit Dudlty and Wartf, RigUt^to-  rabic  rrouralle Lord Grantly> Right Honourable ¿ord McDonald, Ri^ht Honourable late* Vifcour^tc/s JQtxi-lev and Ward, Right Hon. Lady Dowager V*fcei|m-tefg Falmoutji, Right Hon. l.ady Dxxvyageiiirprteicii«,  late Rig.ht.Won. Lady.Dowager Grantley, Laely A|>-  precce, hfr John Co^hill^ Sir Francis Blake, Ur KtU  wanl •Ncwenham, Sir George Armitrong, hifTi.  Colonel Crouly, Colonel Doyle^ awl ^¡Sq C 'i rwiiti, Dublin.  ThepubRu arerequefttd to obferve* that Ccrtiii*  dealers, by remitting to Mr* I .ea nioney,    I cates o? the mod furprifing curcs «light daily bt M>•  at fiiort dates, will have their orders uitcfcUy an I    but the length ot the advertiluncm would bc  nnnr.tnallv ^Tf^ntea.    f     u     . .. »  COUNTRY HOUSE IN LANARKSHIRE. TO BE LET FURNISH E I\  THE MANSION HOUSE ttf MILNBURN, fiiuatcd on the banks of the Clyde, about in mi’ts above Hamilton.  The houle is fit to accommodate a large family,  line; Palmer, Kelfo; Coke, Leith; Craigie, Paton, and is mod completely furnifhed. It lies iu the im IVIontrofc; Browi.lng, Paifley; Andcrlon, Stirling; mediate neighbourhood of coal, and comnvmds a Forfyth, Greenock; Young, Irvine; and all the beautiful view of the river Clyde tor nim.y miles. BookfiUers Printer^, and Medicine Vender* in tlie | *1 he tenant nmy be accommodated wub feveral Kingdom, who will deliver pamphlets of it« efficacy  gratu.  AT LONDON— FOR LEITH, The Edinburgh Glafs^houfe Company'* ARMED BRIG ARIADNE, David Cumminc?, Mader,  Is now lying at Downe’s Wharf, taking in goods for Leith, Alloa, and _    places adjacent, and will fait the 25th  March curt, with or without convoy.  'The Ariadne is a fine new velfel, an excellent failer, and has good accommodation for paficngcri.  i he Mader to be found on ’Change, at ’Change hours, mornings and evenings on board the fliip.  acres of orchard and padure ground, if agreeable to him. The houfe may be fcen every day from 12 till 3 o’clock.  F >r further particulars, apply to John Irving, W. S. Edinburgh.  tedioiii. 1 ijills of cures with a 'Treattie may be*bad of Mr. Scott and Mr. Baxter as above, which h.ult iurprife theYeaicr*.with cures that no otner. piedi-cine can hoafl; ot. The above nubility prove ui oner the. credit af the med<cine% It d^d ii*t loie one pv tieut out of a hundred in the hrd d ige or a co^ fonr^)-tion, and feldom rai^eveu iu the tali ttage, when the patient have been filven over by the lacxilty.  ^ i.AND'? un VTpf for sale. ^  To be f>OI f D by Pti^aU Bargain^'  'HH TOWN ana 1 AN Di' 'of KifiNPV-  I  MOND, uith the Mrtn ct Bildowie, ¿if:4 Mill Landt, Multures and Sequel* lying within the paruh oi Ceres, and county 01 Fife.  Theie 1 and* contid of about 367 acre?« cor.fomi  ____to an accurate plan and mealuren ent tnerrof; thef  SHEEP FARMS 'TO’ LET.    [ are alnioi ali arable, and of an exceMentVjoahfy.  In the parilh of Craw turd, county ot Lanark. I and are capable of carrying very heavy crops of r^| ^o LcT, the cdat e of Al.DERSHAW, con- whe it and all other kinds of grain. At* out Jjpacr c^ #  X filting oi the ioflowing Farms, viz.    I wlch a Heading of huules, are prrf#rtly in tbtf JunA«  Cont knts. J of the proprietor, and tc ’ \ a purchaffr ciu Aa a. r. I have immediate try.— Hu* farm may bc com-  SAIE OF A VESSEL AT DUNDEE. D.lkeith* S'evenlon; Gtnerous Frb*nds$, Lyon, and I There will be Soto by public roup, within the  X.nth Packet, Campbell, from  1  *uh—Jc#o, Low r , lr«»m Kirkcaldy; \nury Bowman, fromiDundec; Miry, Mub, from Momrofe , J tan and Btll, Low, Irom Aberdeen.  ARRivrn a 1 (ikan(.pmovth—George, Currie, fr*>ii Lfiih, fir (¿r^cuock, and Friends l.icreafe, J 1 ic f «*n, tr«>rn NcwcaiUe, both with goods; Janets, *1: "mfon. trwi.i Ah mouth; Sufanmh, lhinii^, and U r^t., Nmfe. hoth from Lynn, all with gram; fc \  , »*a floops ith herrings  I.urn, A/» .i 14.— Arr*v*d t  John, Scott, from  Tradcs-Hallot Dundee, upon 'Thurfday the 27th March iidtar.t, between the hours of twelve midday, and one aitcrnoon,   r l‘he Sloop or Veflfel named the FAME, of Dundee, admcafuring pir rtgider, 68 tons; built at Whitby, ot the Ivit materials, in the year x7H7, for the trade between Dundee and London, (he is u drong handlome veifcl, well found, and fails fait,  The :micles ot roup, and inventory of the veflcl,  ... .    .  1  1    /« V I    M V    I «    .    ___ • .  Nunneric    580 3 9  Wintercleugh    1707 X 20  Sweetlhaw    2026 2 7  C.'ruickburnfoot and Serjeantlaws 1265 a o Thefc Sheep Farms are to well known as to require r . particular defcription. The farms will bc let for 9 years-from the term of Wiiitfunday 1^00.  Otters nuy be given in betwixt and 2^th March to the proprietor, at Middlegill, near Moffat, or to David Wilbamfon, Hfej; Advocate, Edinburgh.  __________ _____________  COUNTY OF A Y IL TO. B E SOLD,  oleHv ^ by a very tndiw cipence, beirg lam out m re pa 1 nog the pnfcm fencea. Upward* oi 9vi acre:, the mills and a Heading of homci» are let at a v v i y moderate rent to a fubdantial tenant for live crops from. Martsuma? 1799» and thi» farm is already all iudofed* and the tenant jt’boood to keep and leave The iences in good repair. The ruwuir.dtr of the lands, which arc partly Wijofcd, arc let on a Icafe current only to Martuunas ¿8no $  and are all.»extremely Jvw nn r ed.  The w’hole of tlui« lan is are dill capablc of much imf rovtnient, which can he accomplished at a fintH expn»ec, as a lime work of cxcillcnt quality Jmme-  Yafmoytti, 1 t \ Goldthhrp, Shot .m, from Lynn. I will be fcen in the hands of John Ogilvie, write* in !“• h wi^h tfr 1..; Jein, Baird, trem G ecnocU, with Dundee.    Not to be repeated,  timber ; Mirqu!» of Lorn, White, from South nop* | Dvnohk, II//' Manb y  1800. ton; Minervi, Anelcrfon;    Grd; Berwick  Paiket, Cooper, and Commercial Packct, Had, all froni I ondon; Athol *ThomU>n, from Hull, all with goods; five floops with coals %   Cette I On \ PeRgv, Buchan, and Aberdeen and Lcuh P,u ket M lbmald, both for Aberdeen; London Packet, ^‘an^ray, for I c»ndon.  FLAX'i(iirSATE.  120 Tons St. Phi ERSUlJRGH ii-luad.  3juo.    L*».    •o-luud.  4'',x> L ib. Drelfed fiuin St. PE # TER6BURGH  I a-head.   r  pi IE Whole is of lad year's Importation, and «.?»  1 t'.. VM  y  h.*d i. .alw v. 'Th*- Drdf '. Flax v/^ intetuUd f • Mill Spiunu»^ and Heckled, and mad»* up avc >r \n ^1/.  Apply r, A1 did'aM Nrilfon and Company ar , or LukUnd, ixar Lcwn, Fiufiurc.  NO TICE TO CREDITORS. npHF- CREDITORS of Mr. JOHN -CAMP-1 BELL, junr. writer to the fignet, are hereby datired to lodge their grounds of debt, and oaths of verity thereon, with Mr. William Keith, accountant 111 i’.dhibui^h, the trudee; or Harry Davidfon, Y\\ S. N- My *-ouih Hanover Street--Certifying, »hat thok \% I.. f^il t > d ) fo  1  etwixt and the term <nf Whitiui day firtt, will not receive any part of the luitds tc* divided t Jon thereat tel*.  Ti flT creditors” 1  of,  J;)HN CROCK A IT, late Vintner iu Cupar Ar»jni,  ARF hereby required to lodgi »heir grounds 01 •let t, <*r oaihs’On the verity, with Chains Hay, writer 111 Cupar Au ;u»», b.’WiKtand Whliiun-.‘ay t^rit. titb.rwiic they wiU duw no ihare ol Mr. v. roeaat. 5 iuuds,  THE LANDS of BROCKLOChL STRAlD v ldiatdy adjoins to ihc property, an>l 4 good, Coal it CHANG, and LI TTLE MERK; alfo the k* or king m the neighbourhood. ‘ *1 hcv aboundAvuk Land« of VALEAGLES and others, all tying top- I l)oncs of a good quality for inclotii.g, and every ticofius, in the parith of New Cumnock, and ¿fur* j li^W is well watered. 1 he mill has Ocer well cm-of Ayr ; and the SUPERIORI TY of the Lands of pioy%d tor fomc years, and i* :n good repair. Ihc  lands ^re favourably fituared wuii regard. to iliar-kefi, be^vg wi?hin three milts ot Qip.^, Uiu C(»s j^y Town, at.ilthe turnpike r<v»^ tfuit place lo.tfie coad of Hk paflri cb»ie by than . in Ihor^ n more dvfirable property of the lame exttnt, /it^er fot im-provs.mcnt or as being a fid jvcH that May*he U*t to great advantage, feldom will be foi •• «uthUQc^ti* i.ourhood; ui.d as the aht>nM va.lui? pm upocjif-e lands is by i>o means above tlv* we at hu.h ‘irdi of a tihc qiLubty are juit now let in ;he * ounty, >ht pri^ e at \>huh the> v ill be fold, wnl, ot  f coune, #  be in'pr«»pi».'tion«to tint value.     N   'I h-le l ands hold feu of a iribjt<?t fupcrinr^ r.»r payi. nt 11 1 cc.nhdiTiMt ft i duiy, hut the u.p* rior tice$ the vatlul cd Cels, Mi,dit?is ^nji^d.i 4.1.U otjier pvddic burd. us.    ^  “'The title-J« «.d> add a rlan and‘meafurernr* t «f thef^ lands/at* in the hands ot Mr. Jinn* LaMl w, 1 clerk to the iisuu* to whom ajulua4»c  J rn+i. U't isiutiit ptirtfccuUo* \ ?  ;  ^  Whitehill, and Auchengie, tn lame parith. all holding of .the Crown, and yicldmu un yearly rent and t\*u duty of L 400 Sterling, valued in the cels bmjks at L. 618 ; 3 : 6d. Scots. This Edate is capabl • oi great improvement, having coal and lime within itlelf, and ^he Lands of Daleagles prefently fet at I.. 141 S'erlircr, being out of leafe, will therefore rile very connderably in the rent.—.There is alio a very valuable lead mine in it which is wrought to conlidendile advantage; and it abounds with iron done. The lands of whitehill and Auchengie are valued in the cef3 books at L. 74 Sc»u<i, pay an yearly feu duty of L.4; 11: 7d. Sterling, and ¡^re liable In double teu*iiuty at th** cntrv ot an heir, old a year’s iuit.of the lands at the entry ot a 1111-£ulor fur 11 (lor.  pcrlons inclining to purvhals., may apply to Mrs. Ftcwart. .t Alton I odjie, by Ayr. e>r ]chn Hunter, w* it* ‘ > the dn{iut^ ei^cr ol V^hvUl \11il il*twim as .0 lui pariuuLr>.  . .*   

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