The Belfast News-Letter, 23 September 1757
|To be let to solvent tenants from the first of November next for four years by the Representatives of the late Mr. Andrew Boyd of Prospect deceased; the Mill of Cushendall in the Low Glens which is in good repair and now in the possession of Mr. James Robinson . . . such as would incline to treat for the same may give their proposals to Mr. John Henry at Cloverhill near Ballymoney.|
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