Lurgan, Portadown and
Advertiser and Agricultural Gazette
Lurgan, County Armagh
19 July 1849
On the 18th Inst, of Cholera, after 16 hours illness, in the 15th
year of her age, Ellen Maria, eldest daughter of John M'Crory,
Dated this 4th day of July, 1849.
P. MAGEE, Auctioneer.
Immediate Psssession [sic] of the above Farm can be given.
The Crops now growing thereon, are to be taken by the Purchaser at a valuation.
Further information may be had on Application to JOHN HAZLETT, Plaintiff's Attorney, Lurgan.
LADIES' BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL.
MRS. HARPUR'S SCHOOL
MONDAY, 30TH JULY.
Lurgan, 11th July, 1849.
P.S. A few more Boarders can be accommodated.
S. & W. YOUNG, PROPRIETORS.
HAVE now to hand, a large and well selected stock of the New Season's TEAS, of prime quality, at unusually low prices.
Also, a great variety of SUGARS, at the full reduction of duty, together with every article in the GROCERY LINE.
Also, IRISH AND SCOTCH MALT, AND GRAIN WHISKEY, PORT, SHERRY, CAPE, AND GREEN GINGER WINES, CORDIALS, &c., GUINNESS'S XX PORTER, LONDON & SCOTCH ALES, IN WOOD AND BOTTLE, &c.
S. & W. Y, while gratefully acknowledging the very liberal share of trade which they have received since their commencement, beg to say, that the above having been bought in the very best Markets for Cash alone, they are enabled to offer them Wholesale and Retail, on the most advantageous terms.
Lurgan, 19th July, 1849.
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