Wholesale and Retail Leather
And Gunpowder Warehouse,
Corner of Castle-Lane, Lurgan.
G. W. BEATTIE
In tendering his grateful acknowledgments for the
very extensive support he has received since his
commencement in Business, begs to announce his
Removal to that House at the Corner of Castle-
Lane, formerly occupied by Wm. Turkington.--
His present Stock of Goods is New, Extensive,
Well Selected, and purchased for Cash, comprising
the various descriptions of Leather used by Shoe-
makers, Saddlers, &c., and will be found, on trial,
as GOOD VALUE as can be offered by any House in
SHOE FINDINGS of every description.
Agent for the Sale of ENGLISH GUNPOWDER in Canisters, Sporting and Blasting.
G. W. B. has now on hand a large quantity of
the BEST ENGLISH HEDDLE TWINE, at
low prices. A trial is solicited.
Lurgan, October, 1849.
PROTESTANT ORPHAN SOCIETY
A MEETING of the Friends of the above Society
will be held in the FREE SCHOOL, on FRIDAY
EVENING, the 26th Instant. The REV. E.
O'MEARA, will attend as a Deputation from the
Parent Society, and, with other Clergymen, will
Address the Meeting. The Chair will be taken at
Your attendance is respectfully requested.
Lurgan, 25th October, 1849.
WHEREAS Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen
has, by Her Royal Proclamation, dated at Windsor,
the 6th day of November instant, appointed and
commanded that a General Thanksgiving to AL-
MIGHTY GOD, for His Mercies in having abated
the grievous disease with which many places in
this kingdom have been lately visited, should
be observed on Thursday, the 15th day of Novem-
ber, instant; and Her Majesty has, by the said
Proclamation, earnestly exhorted that the said
Public Day of Thanksgiving should be reverently
and devoutly observed by all her subjects:
AND WHEREAS the day so appointed is the
Market Day of Lurgan:
I do therefore give Public Notice that the Lurgan
Market, on this occasion, will be postponed until
Friday, the 16th Instant.
Lurgan, 12th November, 1849.
On Saturday, 22nd September, 1849, the Pupils in MRS.
HARPUR's School, presented the following Address, accompanied
by a handsome Rosewood Work Box, to MISS EDMONDSON,
as a slight testimony of their regard for her worth and
labours amongst them, she being about to leave on the 1st
of October next.
ADDRESS "Presented to MISS EDMONDSON, by the
undersigned, as a small token of their regard towards their
much esteemed Governess."
Signed by all the Pupils.
REPLY.--My dear young friends--Words would fail to
utter the deep feelings of gratitude due to you, not merely
for your very handsome Present and flattering Address,
but for the affection manifested by all of you, during my
stay in Lurgan. Such feelings could not fail to call forth
efforts on my part, to promote your literary attainments.
Now, being about to leave, it gives me peculiar satisfaction
that you still remain under the tuition of Mrs. Harpur,
who, in connection with the highly accomplished Governess
that is to succeed me, is sure to promote your welfare.
SARAH W. EDMONDSON.
Lurgan, September 29th, 1849.
FARMS TO LET
TO BE LET, AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN,
THOSE TWO FARMS on Shankill Glebe, lately
occupied by MR. WILLIAM ELLIS, and Mrs.
Apply to REV. CHARLES FALLOON.
Lurgan, November, 1849.
On Friday, the 16th Inst., in Lurgan Church, by the Rev.
Charles Falloon, Mr. William Wentworth Paul, to Anne, eldest
daughter of Mr. John Gilbert, both of Lurgan.
EIGHTEEN OR TWENTY TONS OF
PRIME RED CARROTS.
Dahlia Vale, Lurgan.
IN VARIETY, AND OF FIRST QUALITY.
Lurgan, 9th October, 1849.
TENEMENT IN LURGAN
HELD FOR LIVES RENEWABLE FOR
On Saturday, the 20th day of October, 1849, at the hour
of one o'clock, afternoon, at the House of
MR. JONATHAN BLACK, INNKEEPER, LURGAN,
ALL THAT AND THOSE, That Tenement and
Premises in said Town of Lurgan, the property of
MR. JONATHAN BLACK, formerly in the possession
of MR. ARTHUR KELLY, and now in the occupation
of MR. JOHN ROSS, held for Lives renewable for
ever, and producing a well secured Yearly Rent of
7 7s. Sterling.
Further particulars may be ascertained on application
to MR. HAZLETT, Solicitor, at his Office, Lurgan.
Lurgan, 11th October, 1849.
LURGAN LITERARY SOCIETY
The Committee of the Lurgan Literary Society
have much pleasure in informing the Members,
that the OPENING LECTURE will be delivered
in the NEWS-ROOM, on MONDAY EVENING
next, 5th November, at 7 o'clock, by
ROBERT PATTERSON, ESQ.,
The different modes of Feeding observable
among some of the lower tribes of Animals.
There will be a Lecture delivered on the first
Monday of every month.
AUCTION OF TIMBER
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
In the Domain of the RT. HON. LORD LURGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, the 28th Inst., at the hour
of Eleven o'clock, forenoon,
Some BEECH, SYCAMORE, and APPLE-
TREES, also, a large quantity of ASH, LARCH,
LIME, and FIR POLES, and LAUREL and
P. MAGEE, Auctioneer.
Lurgan, 14th November, 1849.