Valuable Wood In The Stewartry
Of Kirkcudbright, For Sale.
There will be exposed to Public Sale, within the King's
Arms Inn, Dumfries, on Tuesday the 23rd of November,
1819, at Two o'clock in the afternoon.
The Woods growing upon the lands of Barskeoch
in the parish of Kells, and on the lands of Todsstone
in the prish of Dalry, and Stewartry of Kirkcudbright.
The wood upon the lands of Barskeoch is situated on
the West Bank of the River Ken, and extends to about
36 acres, of Ash. This wood is well grown, being above
fifty years old, and of excellent Quality. The greater
part of the oak is fit for spokes for cart and carriage
wheels, and the Birch for Barrel Staves. The wood
upon the land of Todstone, extend to about 51 acres,
consist of a mixture of Oak and Birch and partly al-
together fo Birch.
There are excellent roads leading from the woods
to Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Ayre.
John CRAVEN, Wood Forrester, at Earlston,
near New Galloway, will point out the lots.
J. & J. SIVEWRIGHT
Have the pleasure of observing that their Scheme
on the new system have received the General
Approbation of the Public, which has arisen from
the attraction of its eight lotteries, including no
less than TWO LOTTERIES
9th of November
When the Lottery begins drawing.
J & J. SIVEWRIGHT
W. MINSHULL, Lancaster.
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