Lurgan Coat of Arms The Armagh Guardian

13 May, 1847  


THE COMMISSIONERS FOR LIGHTING for the Town of LURGAN will receive Proposals for the number of Lamp Posts required by them probable quantity, about 60. They must be similar to those used in the City of Glasgow; and a sketch of the Pattern(gratis) will be required with the Tenders, which must state the cost of each, as also its weight and the price per cwt. All to be delivered, free of extra charge, at the Gas Works here. The Proposals will be considered by the Commissioners on Monday, the 6th of June, and should be lodged with me previous to that day.

(By order), THOMAS PENTLAND, Clerk to the Commissioners. Lurgan,
10th May, 1847


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