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From: Alison Causton <>
Subject: [ARMAGH] ADVERT: IRVINE, COPELAND, THOMPSON - To be let - Enniskillen & Armagh - Dec, 1844
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 20:51:13 -0500

- The following advertisement has been transcribed from The Armagh Guardian
(31 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 refer any questions arising from this article to the general readership
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- I am not descended from the person(s) mentioned herein.

The House, Offices, Demesne, and Farm of Doraville, containing
36 Acres, formerly occupied by HENRY IRVINE, Esq.
The Dwelling-house is large and commodious, having a Hall,
large Parlour, Drawing-room, Wine Cellar, Back Room,
Kitchen, Safe, Laundry, and three Pantries, on the ground
floor ; three large Bed-rooms, Lock-up-room, and two Servants'
Rooms, on the second floor. There are also at either end of
the Farm, two small Dwelling-houses. There is a large well
enclosed Yard, Coach-house, two Stables, Cow-house, Barn,
Potato and Turf-houses, &c. Also an Orchard and Garden,
with Garden house.
The Lands are of good quality, and well laid out, through
the centre of which runs a private road. There is a Lime Kiln
on the Farm, plenty of Turbary attached, and good Water;
and it is so situate that it will be let together, or in five
Doraville is 7 miles from Enniskillen, 2 from Lisnarick, three
from Lowtherstown (on the road from Enniskillen to Pettigo,)
and will be let in any way to suit the tenants. A seven years'
lease will be given.
Apply to Mr. JAMES COPELAND, Enniskillen; or Mr. JOHN
THOMPSON, (the Receiver,) GUARDIAN office, 63, English-st.,
December 18, 1844.

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