Lurgan Coat of Arms The Armagh Guardian

16 July, 1806  


To be sold by auction on the premisses at the hour of one of the clock on Friday the first day of August next.

That extensive and well established Inn, with all its appurtenances, known by the name of “The Black Bull”, at present occupied by Mr. Charles Dobbin Esq.

The house is large and commodious with very complete Offices and Yard in good repair; adjoining are two large gardens, one of which is enclosed with an excellent brick wall, and both occupying upwards of three acres, well stocked with the choicest fruit trees, all in full bearing.

Held by Lease of Lives renewable forever at the small yearly rent of £40. The purchaser can be accommodated with a sufficiency of Town Parks, in high condition.

For further particulars, apply to the proprietor, Charles Dobbin.

Lurgan, July, 1860


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