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The sale of a Car Man's Inn which sounds like it was the same as the one that Andrew OLIVER owned in Newtownhamilton. Apply to Adam PALMER.
Sharon Oddie Brown. February 22, 2013


1793 March Gordon's Chronicle.


To be set or sold for ever, and immediate possession given,

A Car Man's Inn[1], very well situate for any kind of business in the lively and good market town of Newtonhamilton, and County of Armagh, very well furnished, with a Cellar, three good Stables, Racks and Manger, Turf House, Barn, Cow House, a large backyard, kitchen garden, and Stack Yard, all in ample and complete order repair; the Garden and tack Yard well enclosed, the Lands and Meadows all in excellent order of repair.

N.B. For further particulars apply to Mr. Adam Palmer[2] on the premises.

[1] This Inn sounds very much like the one that Andrew OLIVER (he died between 1788 and 1793) had up for auction in the March 2, 1787 Belfast Newsletter.

[2] Adam PALMER



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