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Edinburgh Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 14, 1800, Edinburgh, Midlothian X)6 GRASS PARK*; W BERWICKSHIRE. T11E GRASS Parks of ALLANUANK, n-nf I t > Chirnfidt*, and within tour miles of Duni**, I >ar< to Ut Set for the Seaion by roup, on Tuciday the j 4th of April, at twelve o’clo« It_ IT is notor* uh 1 hat vjjious ddorJcrs of the lur.nan frame'are brought on by dilfipation in you*h, and a grofs violation of thofc rules which prudence dictates for the prefervation of health and laying a foundation for a long and happy life with a firm and itrong co ; litution; the blefling* of health are no fooncr loil than painful cxptrurce teaches the in cllhnablc value of if, and tiie unhappy patient Jo* »Us a/.mnd, too often in vain, tor the means of it» recovery. Doctor Solomon, of Liverpool, recommends his THE EDINBURGH ADVERTISER lor »800. crp OOR.IHAL tt -\LM OF GIIXAD to all thofc whofe constitution* Inve hern impaired by early impru- A FARM IN FIFE TOLET, -For Nineteen Years from Michaelmas 1800, PAR T of the Lands of BOARHILI.S, prefently pnflefted by Andrew Thonifon, lying within two miles of the city of St. Andrews, confining of about loa acres, nearly arable, and imloftd, turt with ditch and hedge, and part with ftone dykes. The lands are of excellent quality, and the tiiiant will have a«*cnfi to fea ware, to a confiderable extent. Propnfals to be given In to Robert Meldrum, writer St. Andrews, bstwixt and the 15th of May next, and fuch offers as are not acreptcd, will he kept I'cret it defired; Alexander Thomion at Boarhills, tvi.l 1how the lands; ihould a bargain Ut concluded fooncr than the above mentioned time, due notice will be given SALE OF LANDS IN DUM FKlliS-bHlRE, For Redemption of Land Tax. ^encc, and whofe nerves are afleCled by too imenfe I To be Sold, under authority of the Court of Scflion, iludy, and the too free tde ot ardent lpirits, tea or coftVe. ac well as to a*l perfons who are enervated by Jong reiidcticj in hot and unhealthy clivrarcs. In which c:.fes it will invariably prove of the moil fove-reign efficacy, bracing the relaxed nerves, and ftrengthcning and invigorating the confthution. Many Ludic* of tail 11011 and .*efpeCt&! ility have found it to be the belt medical appendage to the by public voluntary roup, within the Ordinary S ffion-houfe, Edinburgh, upon Wednefday the 7th day of May next, betwixt the hours of one and two afternoon, in prefencc of the Sheriff Depute of the fhire of Edinburgh or his Substitute, HHHK LANDS of MOSSF.ND, *//« MOSMDE, 1 or PADDOCKHOLE, in the pariih ot Holy, wood, and (hire of Dumfries, being a detached part SHOP AND HOUSE FÖfc SALß. To he SOLD, within John*« CofFee-houfe, Edinburgh, upon Friday the aid March 1800, betwixt the hours of one and two in the afternoon, (if not revjoufly dlfpofed ef by private bargain), aftermentioned, in the Lot* {revtomiy aupoieu m by "'HE SUBJKCTS aftei following, viz. That SHOP, No. 3, < on the eait fide of North Bridge Street, Edinburgh, together with the large work (hop, or ware-room below the fame, entering from Halkerfton’s Wynd, all as lately pofleifed by the deceafed Mr. Alexr. Laidlaw, tinplate worker, and now by Mr. Gray, bookfeller. The peculiar ad Mav> f'vi tfi SAI.E OF HOUSES IN KIKKWAM,. , To be Soi d by public roup, wirhiu the Town-h of Kirkwall, upon Wednefday the 26th of M iEco, between the hours of 11 o'clock fort and 2 o’clock aftcmoonf 'HE following SUBJECTS, belonging tot heirs of the late Colonel Thomas BALro 1 wick, viz. Lot I. The Double Ter#ment of LAND a HOUSES, fortmrly belonging to the heirs of Andrew Graham, lying on the fouth fide of ftreet ot Kirkwall, now poStiled by Tames and othcrc. cWU X oftl vantages attending this property arc fo well known, as to make any further lUfcription quite unnectflhry toilette they ever met with, recti it it 15 the decayed I of the Entaileil Eitate of Ifle, belonging to Mrs. l'jirits, diHipatit.g tlit lu-ad-ach, du'.nef» and languor. I Johanna Fergufibn. and creating vivacity— charing away melancholy, it I 1 hey conlilt ot about Z] acrcs of good land, ad- glves comfort and ftrenjih to ilie whole fyItem. J joining the thriving village of Druidville, within 4 Ntnnerou* cafes l.ave Irnm time to time been pub-I miles of Dumfries, the road to GUfgow ar.d Ayr iifhjd in this and every he«-fpapnr in the kingdom I going through them. for the tncourajremeni of the ifiiióted to ufe ami ?er- J The lands arc under leafe for a few years, at the fevere in a complete cure The Cordial    , _    _ hatt-a-guinca each, by Mr. A. SMITH, North! The title deeds and articles of roup, are in the Stewart, merchant in Leith, from Heriot’s HofpituL ¿rida'*, and    I hands of Mr. Ferrier, writer to the figner, to whom, I fituatcd immediately north of the gtirdens in front of Mr! BAXTER, South Bridge, Edinburgh; I or toThomas Goldie. CommifTary of Dumfries, per- the call end of Queen-ilreet. And by all Printers Bookfellers and Medicine J fons wiihir.g for further particulars, may apply. | By an agreement with Hcriot’s Hofpital, the V* nders in the thrte kingdoms.    [    FARM IN EAST LOTH I AM * above ground and the Hofpital’s adjoining property IF. That Plcce of WASTE GROUND, being of t)»c Broad Sand», nieafuring alvout 120 fec, 11. That DWELLING-HOUSE, bciftg the third 1 front, and about 75 feet at the lower end. ftorey above the Shops ot the tenement of land, on 1 III. That Piece of GROUND, being part of the touih ftJe of tltc High Street of fcdinbargh, at I Lands of PapdMe, with the houfe thtrcoft, pofli the head of Strichen’s Clofe, confiiling of 6 fire» I by Mary Laughton. rooms, a kitclun, pantry, with garret, cellar, and | IV. ’I hat HOUSE, which formerly belonged t other conventencies, all asprefcntly poillflfed by Mr3.1 the late Mr. Thomas Balfour, lying at the H7i,re Ltiidlaw.    I Kirkwall, now partly occupied as a Itorehoufe, md For further particulars, apply to John Tweedie, J partly polltU'ed by William Fothcringhame and Jotn W. S. No. 56, Queen Street, who Ins power to con-1 Swannay, with the fmall houfe adjacent thercot. elude a private bargain, any time previous to the day | V. The HOUSES and YARD, or picce of Cafc. bage Ground, formerly belonging to Alex* Grotfetter, now paitly wade, and partly pofleffed John Flett and Roht rt Corfton. VI. Ihcfe HOUSES and YARD at the Ihore Kirkwall, on the weft fide of the ilrcet, at pi _ . I . , ♦__%    |    i,« .«« | |* of fale. N. B. The HOUSE in Carrubber’s Clofc, as formerly advcrtifed, is now SOLD. SALE OF BUILDING AREAS% CARDEN, AND OTHER SUBJECTS. Upfet Price reduced. uraifoment ot the ;niiCtetl to ule ana per- i i ne lamis arc uncer ieaie lor a iew years, at me mud Line which fo eminently aiford a j very low rent of L. To: 155. bur at the end of that rc, in all cafes ot debility.    1 term a very great rift is to be expe&ed. The upiet iial Balm of Gilead is fold in bottles at j price is to be L.438 Sterling. There will be Sold, within the Royal Exchange CoftVe-houfe, onThuriday, the % 7th day ot March curt, at 12 o'clock, Lor I.' I 1HOSE Thirteen Acres of ARABLE X GROUND, or thereby, feued by David - - -    lie partly ruinous or waile, and partly pollViVcd by] Brodie, John Swannay,and William Guthrie. VII. The STOREHOUSE of Cliekhimin, u the fhore of Kirkwall. Vll. The YARD oppofite to faid ilorehoufe, the eail fide of the ilrcet. Ci>pie( of the arucica of roup, and inventories the titie-deeds, are in the hands ot Mr. jas. Smith, Kirkwall, to whom application may be made for further information. . nder< in the thne kingdom*. I FARM IN EAST LOTHIAN.    aoove grounu ana tne 11 oipitai 5 aoioining property Five pound cafes may alfo be had, whereby there T ve yrT ror Nincteen Year< and entered to at    extending well ward to the Karl of Moray's property, will be a faring to the purch,:frr of il. 6s. as they 1 ° nc 1 tor whitfunday iSoo?    is to be f‘ue<l for building on a regular plan, iubferib- contain eijual in quantity to i z half guinea bottles. rpHE FARM of BROOMR1G, in th? pariih of    edIbybotIhP;‘rti“\___VT, . The Doctor continues to be con full ed at all hours j I pencaitlanJ, containing 121 acres, or there«    r ?! ;* Ine GARDEN lyi as ufual. and letters (with his uiual fee ot half-a-gul-1 - - ~ — * - * * 1    1—1- - ,    _    m    , ,    %    I •    _ inij immediately iouth Alexander nea inclofed) are duly anfvvered, addrcflld to him dt hia houfc u Solowon s*place, Ifroivnloiv    Liver- nt p'.Ol. 1 * Pamphlets de’.ivrrcd gratis by the venders. Sold by J, BAXTER, Italian Ware-houfe, South Bridge, Edinburgh; and T. BAX TER and CO. Glafgow; of whom may be hul, the Celebrated INDIAN ARROW ROOT, p it up in packets with dire^ion*.__ SUBJECTS IN GLASGOW FOR SALE. To be SOLD, within Elliot’s Rooms, Crois ot Edinburgh, on Wedntfday the 26th day of March cur rent, at two o’clock afternoon, k LL and HAILL the SUBJECTS that bclorg-ed to the deccafed Mr. David Hendrie, fadltr in Glafgow, fituated on the north fi Je of the Crallow gate Street of Glafgow, fronting the fame., a little below the Crofs, with the back lion fea. The ful jeefls confilt of fhops and dwelling houfes, one of the thops GROUND RFN \ S & BUILDING GROUNl) FOR SALE, To be Sold, by public roup, on Friday the 4th of April i3oo, within the Tontine Tavern, Glafgow, at one o’clock mid-day, THE GROUND Ri bTF. AL KNGS, of that property called Brown* the 1 il lot, I fi*Id, with the Watctfide, between the Park and ** about two I ^ivcr Clyde, fituated alvout Inli a mile from Crofs of Glafgow, 011 the fouth fide of the road le arfcle as alfo a Garden containing air^n^ìinrÀcrV oro- acres and a half, or there! 7.    oii,ia»gow, on tue loutn ime ot tne roaü I, P Lot III. The SUPERIORTY of the lands of il?«,«? Andeifton, immediately to tlicweft of perly inclofcd, and well flocked with truit trees. For particuiars, apply to the Proprietor at Bolton, near Haddington. SHhfcP FAR\isTl O LE f. In the parifh of Crawfurd, county of Lanark. ^O LE T, the eiiate of ALDERSHAW, con-filling of the ioilowing Farms, viz. Contents. i Nunnerie Wintercleugh Sweet thaw A. 1707 2C2Ó 1265 R. 3 I % % Cardneysand others, in the county of Peith, affording a freehold qualification in that county, with the ftu duties thereto annexed. The feu duties amount to about lit. per annum, and the valued rent to 441I. Scors. Lor IV. The unexpofed term yet to run, being 14 year*,cf a LEASE of the FARM lying north of Queen-ftreet, lately pofiliTed by Thomas WockI, wKicfi is now fubfet to good tenants, and yieldi a 9 | furplus rent exceediug 35I. Sterling per annum. 20 I The articles and conditions of roup, with the title-7 j dieds, and a pkn of the tw# firit lots will be feen in the hands of Maxwell Gordon and John Morrifon, r. to the proprietor, at Middlcgill; near Moffat, or to I .r « , ; . , r * %    k Tni; Davkl Williamfon, Efq; Advocate. Kdinhuruh Fo bc Lkt « tbt, ho‘,fc oI Ahcrdon a by public __y ] roup, upon 1 ui.iday the 25th curt, at 12 mid^ day, Cruickburnfoot and Serjeantlaws    _____ __________________________ f hefe Sheep Far ms are io well known as to require j writers to the fignct, who will inform as to other . no particular delcnption. I he farms will be let tor | nnrricLlin; p rcfcnk>r poBciicd by MdTrs. Conochie and Bontron, j ^ from ^lc tcrm 0f Whitfunday 1 ¿00.    I FTlTvrT^TrT "bKs v a ITT? Ci m tT7 V T>a m kh hardware merchants. ' 1 r I Oilers may be given in betwixt and zjth March | Avhmnvrv ni? a i^\/TAN^vNi The title-deeds and articles of roup may be feen I ^ ________... I AND COUN IY Or CLACK.MANAN. by applying to Jatues M'Rohirt, folicitor-at-law. Drummond Sirce:, who will alio intorm as to other p?rti ulars. "    ^6r SALil. To be Sold by public roup, within the Royal Exchange Cofftt-houfc, on Wednefday the 26th cur-rcnt, at two o‘clock afternoon, I.—npHAT HOUSE in Brown’s Sqt?are prcfent-X ly ^^STcd by La«ly Dalytll, coolilltng o! ten rooms, kitchen, garret, and cellirs, with back court, water-pipe. ai*u orhcr conveniencies, II.— I hat HOUSE alfo tn Bro^rn>Square, pofTef fed by Mrs. Steuarf, confining of ti»*ht rooms, kitchen, garret,and cclLr, with back court, water pijX:, and orher cosivf nicucit s. As alfo, thofc bUBJfcCTS in the Candhmaker-Row, poffcffcd by Mr, James Fiiher, ftakhr, conful-ng of a 6hup, Houfe, and large court, with ltablcs, coach-houfes, See* The title-deed?, vith the articles and conditions of roup, may be feerv in the hands of Gcorgr S'.cuart, W. ii. who will inform as to further par icutar*. LAfiD™ IN Tttii FAlUoti ui- ’ l    . AND COUNTY OF FORFAR, Tofce Sor.i> by Private Barrainj either together or •n two Lots, as pur« is may in< hne. r l^H^SK LANDS confift ot the farms of Mnrric X hillock andMarkhoufef-Howrr*uir, Barnyards. Crai^hall, a*id Over Batyillo, contaiuing about ^7^ a *rct ot fuiearabk land, acres pafture, and^ilsacrcs vijtnutr, all lying contiguous and pltafantly funaied ii a line fporurgcousiiry, bounded on tbe fouth with ihr nvtr Soutlituc, and on the nrjrth by the Noran, a finctrouupjr flream. The landbhold oi the Crown, and arc valued mttie Cels Books at L.567; to Scots. able having the new made turnpike toad leading from Forfar to Hrcchtn* ruuoing through the fa*ne, an'4 ♦ r; h.M ited at n*» great diltame trom manure, beiii^ fix units horn Foiiar, Uve from Brechm, and fivte |iQii> ICirr*en;uir. ft tiio lunUs are (ol.Mn T.ots, Lot will confift •f^he f.irns of Over flalgillo, Barn varos, an 1 Craig kali, the iatur lonns part ot the village of Tannadice, wherr there U a great command of wiater. rI*hU lor will cwtatn 4:5 acres arable land, 46 acre's pafture, aud 19% ot very improv«abl<? malr, and to it wiU be a*.ached* freehold qualification* l^jr /will eimnft ot the farms of Mark houfc. Muriichdlock, umi ilowmuir, to \\Mh will tic ac-toe bed tlir rcnumdtr of the valued    'This left >#ill contaipr&46 acref axublt? Iau4i ¡Z aerv's paflurc^, und ib'o vreamuir. For further particular* application may be made *0 fa tie's C'ftwegr Arbu»hnot^ fcfq; of Balnan^oon., 6r lo Mr Alexander Riithie, town clerk ot Br hin», i whot< hupd* the tUle«d«cd3 whkh axv dear ayd i-ilinrt lodged. HOUSE AND GAKDtN, 6ce. UN C;\Ll .Ia'I X^JL.CV FOR SALE. To be Sold by public roup within the K^ufe of George Gow, vintner in Callander, on Wrdnef-day the a6th day of March ;i8oc, at 12 o'clock noon, '-pHE HOUSE of MANSFIELD, and Oflicc.s X conlifling of a coach*houfe, liable, barn, and hyre, with a girde-n and picce of ground. There are five moms and thrre hrgc clofets in the houfe, and a «food ki'chen adjoiaing. The gardtn is large, and ctwuains fruit trees; and there are fevtral full grown trees or aili, and plane, in the area betwetn the houfc ail 1 the river Tcath. The area mcafurcs a large acre, and being irclofcd is unconnected with tiie village, fo that it would form an agreeable refidence tor a f'iinily. Hugh Campbell, maltfler in Callander, will receive uillrs from inclining purchalers, betwixt and the day of falo.and inform «*f pariculur*. If not Suid the fuhjcAs will be Let. Upset Price Repockd. To be ?old by public roup, on Wediiefday next, tl c jyth curt, within John** Coffee houfe, between the hours ot tw * and three afternoon, the follow ing Subjects which were formerly expoftd there on Wednefday the 19th of February lalt, "'HE Third Storey or Mat of the LAND fitunted at the head of WARDROBE COVRT Lawn-mat ki f, co'i^aining three rooms, kitchen, und clofets ropethtr with a room in the garret ilorey. all as pol-f ^d by Mr. Stevenfon, drawing-maiur.—Kent L. 8 . tos.—Upfet price L- So Sterling. riR* whol * of thcl’e lan^s are extremely v «prove- . 1 h»s feoufe u infured on the old plan in the Friend- ly Iniuratice Otiice, and draws an annual dividend of L. 1 ; 5 ; ,jd. which will be fold therewith, if purcha-icis incline. A DWELLING HOUSE, funated about the Middle of LIBBER LON's W\ND, on the W< 11 bide thereof, being the uppermoil itorey ot the tenement, confuting of four rooms, kitchen, dofcff, and two garret rooms, poflofled by Mr. Lothinn, r/rirer. Edinburgh.—Rent L. Q—Upfet price L. 80 Steilirg. The Forth Storry of a tenement of LAND on the Eail Side ot the FLESH MARKET CLOSE, iuw ni^diatily ftdjoioiQg to the New Grten Maikct, con-lifting of two 10 >ms and a kitrhen, pofferttd by Mr. ^inloch, glovcr.-^-Rent L.5—Upftt price i^.jc StrrUng. ,An ii«d Tenement of LAND upon the South ft le of.tJie CANONGATE, immediately ftonting New ‘Sthret, p'.fltfied by two fepirate tenants,—Rent L /S; 41 *. ?u\.—Upfet price L \co Sterling. The title-deeds arc In the hands of Alexander Ritchie, W. S, St. J«imcs*s Square, to whom applies tlon may be nvadc for further particulars. p,upon r PHE Whole GRASS PARKS of the FARM of X A BERDONA, to be Paltured for theenfuing Grafs Seafon. 1'holc park* confiil of 13 in number, are well fcrvedwith water* and extend in whole to about 140 Scots acres Tlure will nlf<> be frt by roup at fame time and place, the PARK called SHhARDALE PARK, cor.lifting of about 80 acrcs, to be paltured for »he 1 nfuing Scafon. This park fo contiguous to the farm above numtonrd, and iikcwife w*tll water Jit ad. The Houle and Farrripg of Aberdona having been fome time ago particularly dtfcribed in an Advtr-tifement robe let for 19 years, it is now propofed to fet the fume for that fpace or fuch other number of years as may be agreed on, commencing trom Whitfuiulay firit, as to the Honfe, Ofiictf, and Garden, an 1 Martinmas firtl as to the Lands. Any perfon intending to treat lor a Leafe thereof will ph afc fend bis offer in writing to John CampbtU, W. b. James’s Square, Edinburgh; or to John Burn, w*riter in Stirling, either of whom have powers to conclude a bargain hetwix* and thin term of Whitfundav. Ai.d fuch offers a a may not be preferred, will be concealed, itdelircd. h V AD J CI 'RNJVfe XT. At the Desire uk 1ni£n:i*o Poxchssers. SALE OF LAND S, In the Pariili of E».NDoCf:Y, a\d Mure of Perth, M ir IR TO IV N. Upset Phice Rkd jckd to L. 38co. To be Sold by PjMic Voluntary Roep, wuhin the i‘o^ n Court-room c i Dundee, u^on Friday the 2iit day ot Ma*\<i lint, at ont o’clock aftirir»on, 1HE Lands and Fft.**e of NETHKR or WES-I 'IER MUIR 1 OW N, lying within the pariih oiBendochy. and Gire of Perth the property of the late John Haliburton, F.fq; liifpe^^or Gentral ol the Vump Duties for Scotlur.d, cunfnlnig of about 216 Scom acrcs or thereby, whereof at out I 71 acics ate arable, and the reft in pismmg and paliure ground. *1 he e lands are fituated at an equal diftatice from »he thriving villages of Alyth, Cup.tr ef An^us, and M»igie, from each of which it is not above two or three mdcs. fl he lands hold of the Crown, ami are valued in the Ceis-hooits at 136I. 6s. 8d. Sterling. The proprietor has alfo a ri^ht to the minds, which are v. lued. There is ;vnea^JVIanfion Houfe and fet of Offices on the lands, w hieh are in good repair. A coidlder-able rife ot rent is expected at theexpjry qf the leaies, ol which only tve years aie to run. The title deeds, whith aro clear, wdllbe feen In the h^ids of Mr. Jamt> Budian, cleik to the fi&net, to whom, or to Mr, I hoinas Davidfon, writer in Dun-dtc, intending purckafers ir.ay aj tly lor lurther par titulars betwixt and the day of tul?. Delftfteld, and bounded by the River Clyde oh Iouth. '1 he Park, excluftve of the Watcrftde, extends ti 9 aires, 1 rood, and To falls, and the WaterCdc tv tends to 3 roods, and 22 falli. Thofc parts of th( Park which were Sold tor Ground Rents, which are occupied by the purchafers, yield, aftci^ deducting a Ground Rent to the College of Glafgow, a n<.at rt nt of L. 220: 9 : iod. Certain parts of tht Fark which were Sold for Ground Kents, and after* wards defcrted by the purchafers, extend to 7^9 fquarc yards, and will, when again difpoftd of, mak« a eonf derable addition to the rental or value. ' A number of valuable Built!iugs have been aln erected 011 the Ground, and all the holders of Stca< ings, that arc not built upon, might be immediate! cotnpelled to build, forfeeuiing the Ground Rents,' A double Ground Rent is exigible every N! teenth Year, after the year 179I. Upfet Rt ice f ive Tbouf 'vd Pcurds. Mr. Peter Ellis, at Browufield, will fhow tb Ground, and a Plan of the premtfc s. and for funic partic»lar,<lapplication may t*c made to Nicol Brovri at Brown, Carrick, & Co.\ W. rc-houfe, or to Ko] bert Graham, writer, Argyle Street, Glafgow, in whofe hands are to be feen the tirlc-duds and can« ditions of Sale.    Glasgow, Feb. 4, iXro. SALIToF LANDS IN ARGY1 1 ^SHIRE, ESTATE OF CRAIGN1MI. To be Sold by public roup, within the Royal Exchange Coffee*houic, Edinburgh, uoon ThuihUy the 2Cth March iPoc, at two o’clo* k P. M. in 1 01 2 lots, as intending purchafers may incline, BY ADJOURN Mi* NT, (At Vf fa Price or Prica fut tier reduced }t 9 P'HE Hiiate ot CRAICiNlSH, lying in the parift X of Craipnifh, eonfjfting of between 18^oatnl 1900 acres, chiefly arable and green palture, cotifotn to furvey and plan. If eipofwd in lots, the lands will be divided as fol lows:— Lot T. The fARMSofPARRAC'KAN, AI’CH INARNICH, and GARTCHARKAN, preftntli rtnted about L.326 Sterling, belides the kelp of thi fliores. which are f roduClive. Lo r II. The FARM of PENNYCASTLE, wirt the Iflands; the FARM of A1RD, with the Publu Hotfe, Terry, and liland»; the FARM of KIRK* LON, v- ith the Ifland Bowie ; -and the pendicle 0 Dunvulig, all prefently rented about L. 275 Sterling befides the kelp. J he hnds are held of a fuLjceft fuperlor for nay ment ot aluut L. 15 of feu-duty, except the lands 0 Hirktc'ii, witch hi.Id of the Crown. I he uinda are valued, and almoit quite exhauflcd a» »iii*r»r*ttd by a ful-valuation in the year 1631« i t^r foil and tituution this elta^e pelfeflcs many fu pciior advantages, being htiiated upon the welt coal immediately oppofite tnd within time mile» i\fth well eutrv to the Cnnau canal. ‘1 he Mnufioiwiouf (to which there is an txeellcnt carriage road iron Inverary) is ftifiicicnt for the accommodation of huge family, and a complete court ot officcs wa built fonu years a^>o. O11 the farm of Pcnnycadle, which is fubdividci ?nd inclofed, there is a ^otid deal ot thriving plant ing. rl'hi& makts a beautiiul fummcr refidence, th coui.Jry aound allurdiuv great amufemem In flfliir ftle rtf'iue Jura, db-d thcadiaVe^t Hebiidos The ti'le decds, plan, and rental, will be feen b applying to Mr. Ke.ty, accountant, Oueen Street, th to treat s and Shooting, and the Cviftle of Crai^nifti command a delighttul and ipidturtlque vi^w ui the Sound 0 tfullte, who is tnr*powered y private bar gcpn ; or Mr. Janies CYmpbih. V*’. S Argyll^quar The £rc;u«d-i*iru tr wi'.l thuw thv. prcnuhs. 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