Lurgan Coat of Arms The Armagh Guardian

8 December, 1877  


Lurgan Coursing Meeting opened on Tuesday, 23rd October, most favourably as regards the quantity of hares and the condition of the meadows. Rarely has better coursing been seen, and the entire card of 86 courses was run through by five o'clock. The running down for the Brownlow Cup was productive of several surprises, and the favourites had a bad time of it.


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