Lurgan, Portadown and Banbridge Advertiser
and Agricultural Gazette
Lurgan, county Armagh
6 December 1849
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Dahlia Vale, Lurgan,
Dec., 6th, 1849.
In the Matter of the
The place in question (from the facilities of water carriage, and being only about five miles from the Railway Stations at Lurgan and Portadown, and as an unlimited supply of Turf can be obtained on the spot) will be found to possess many advantages. It was selected for a Mill Site some years ago, but in consequence of the late LORD LURGAN being strict tenant for life, with a limited leasing power, a proper Lease could not be granted; a long lease at a fair and moderate rent can now, however, be granted, and other encouragements under the provisions of the 1st WM. IV., c. 65, will be given to a desirable Texant [sic].
All further information can be obtained by application to JOHN HANCOCK, ESQ., Lurgan, or MR. HAZLETT, Solicitor, at his Offices, No. 3, Lower Dominick-Street, Dublin, and Lurgan.
Lurgan, Dec. 6, 1849.
Submitted by ajk.
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