TOWN PARKS TO BE LET
I am ready to receive a Proposal from any Person wishing to become a Tenant for those Lands in Aughnacloy, (near the Tunrpike,) formerly in the possession of the late HUGH CLARKE, containing nearly seven statute acres, and of which immediate possession will be given.
Lurgan, 26th Decr. 1849.
At Lurgan, on Saturday, 5th Inst. in the 80th year of his age, Mr. Patrick Magee, Auctioneer.
FREEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE
To be Sold by Private Contract, The Interest in that Old Established Concern in the Main Street of Lurgan, formerly in the possession of the late MR. JOHN CUMMINS, and now occupied, (under a short tenure) in a first-rate Grocery and Spirit Trade by the MESSRS. YOUNG; together with that in a small Tenement in the Castle-Lane. The entire are held under a Lease of Lives Renewable for ever, and produce a Profit Rent of about 23 per annum.
The Premise first named being situated exactly in the centre of a Market among the very best in the North of Ireland, presents to a purchaser an opportunity rarely to be met with.
For particulars as to Title, &c., apply (if by letter, pre-paid,) before the 1st February next, to MR. HENRY SCOTT, the proprietor, Antrim.
Dated 28th Decr., 1849.
TO BE LET
For such term as may be agreed on, All that Dwelling House, OFFICE HOUSES, AND LANDS, Containing about 10 Acres, Statute Measure, as lately in possession of Mr. George Nettleton; or the above would be divided into Two Lots, and encouragement given to Build on on [sic] the Ground which is vacant, in front to the Street.
These Premises would suit any person in the Manufacturing line, as there is abundance of Water for that purpose.
Application to be made to Mr. Hazlett, Lurgan.
Lurgan, 8th January, 1850
At Lurgan, on Sunday, 30th ult., much and deservedly regretted, in the 17th year of his age, Mr. Stewart Beattie, second son of Mr. Stewart Beattie, of Ballykeel Ednagonnell, Parish of Hillsborough.