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From: Alison Causton <>
Subject: [ARMAGH] Andrew WILSON, Coolkill Nursery, Tynan, Co Armagh
Date: Mon, 04 Mar 2002 17:01:45 -0500


The following advertisement has been transcribed from The Armagh
Guardian (3 December 1844; microform), by permission of The British Library.

This reprint is intended SOLELY for the non-commercial use of family
historians, with the sincere hope that a Lister may find the content useful.
Please do not ask the transcriber for further look-ups from this
resource. Also, I am not descended from the person(s) mentioned herein.

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COOLKILL NURSERY,

Tynan, County Armagh.

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THE PROPRIETOR RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS
orders for the above NURSERY, which contains a very
extensive and general Stock of FOREST TREES, all twice
transplanted; also, EVERGREENS and SHRUBS.

CONSISTING OF

Rhododendrons, Arbutus, Phillyreas, Junipers, Lau-
restinus, Portugal, and common Laurels; Roses, in
variety; Purple Beech, Limes, &c., &c. ;

All of which will be disposed of on moderate terms.

COOLKILL NURSERY is situate within two miles of Cale-
don, six of Armagh, and six of Monaghan. The Ulster Canal
passes through the Grounds, by which Goods can be forwarded
to any part of Ireland or England, at very low charges for
Freight and Carriage.
Letters addressed to the Proprietor, GEO. R. CLARKE,
Boyne-Lodge, Drogheda; or, to his Steward, ANDREW WIL-
SON, Nursery, Coolkill, Tynan, shall be promptly and thank-
fully attended to.
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WANTED, A FOREMAN, WELL ACQUAINTED with
his business, and of irreproachable character, to take the ma-
nagement of the above NURSERY and FARM.
Apply by letter (post-paid), addressed to Mr. CLARKE,
Drogheda; or, to the Office of this Paper.
November 30, 1844.
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