The Lurgan, Portadown and Banbridge Advertiser and Agricultural Gazette
Lurgan, County Armagh
7 June 1849

  On Friday, the 1st inst., aged 79 years, Margaret, relict of the 
late Mr. William Stevenson, of Tullyear, near Banbridge.  She died with a composure of mind suitable to the magnanimity which distinguished her character, and with sentiments of piety becoming that supreme respect for religion which she manifested in every occurrence in her life.
THE BOARD OF GUARDIANS will, on Thursday, the 21st Inst., consider proposals from competent persons, for correcting all Errors and Omissions, and to Value Newly Created Property on the same basis as the existing Valuation, and to insert the proper Names of Occupiers, Immediate Lessors at and under £4 value, and Landlords.

   A scale of the particular Work required to be done, may be seen on application to me at the Workhouse, from 10 to 4 o'clock each day.

   "Scaled" Tenders, for completion of Work, endorsed "Valuation," will be received by me to 11 o'clock on the 21st Inst., at which hour the Board will meet, and personal attendance will be required.
Clerk of Union.
   Workhouse, Lurgan,
        June 1st, 1849.

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