The Belfast News-Letter, 28 September 1756
The Rev. Saumarez Dubourdieu, A.M. late master of the school at Hillsborough near Leixlip in the county of Dublin, and now Minister of the French Church in Lisburn, intends to open School there the second of next August. There is good Accomodation for Lodgers in the said Town ; He has Room in his House for a small Number of Boarders who will have an opportunity (besides the learned languages) of being taught French.
Lisburn, July 13, 1756    
To be Sold at public Cant, on Tuesday the 12th Day of October, at Tullyearn near Dromore, all the Household Furniture and Effects, together with a one Horse Chair and Harness which belonged to Mr. John Magill, late of Tullyearn aforesaid deceased ; the Sale to begin at 10 o'Clock, and to continue till all are sold.
Dated the 23d of September 1756    
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