Lurgan Coat of Arms The Armagh Guardian

4 May, 1808  


JOHN M'COY respectfully aquaints the Public, that in consequence of many Gentlemen having exprerssed a wish that he should run a Coach betwixt BELFAST. LURGAN, PORTADOWN, & ARMAGH. He hath given orders for having one purchased, of the best construction, elegant, and commodious. To run every day except Sunday. No time will be lost in making the necessary arangements, and in a future Advertisement he Will announce the day it will commence. Deeply impressed with gratitude for the Patronage he has experienced since he began running a Coach betwixt Belfast and Newry, he shall make his study in this other new undertaking to serve the Public with care, fidelity, and respectful attention,so as to afford them comfortable accommodation and expeditious travelling. _ April 25 1808.


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