THE COUNTESS OF DERWENTWATER.
.......A SCENE AT ALSTON.
On Friday afternoon last, MR. WILLIAM TAYLOR, solicitor, Hexham, and MR. BELL, Galloway, as the agents of the Countess of Derwentwater, arrived at Als...
No. 434. Second Week in Quarter. Registered for Transmission Abroad. Price One Penny.
Coupland Back Woollen Mills,
HAS taken a STALL in the M
PENRITH BOARD OF HEALTH.
The fortnightly meeting of the members of the above Board took place on
Saturday, last, in the Public Offices, Sandgate. Mr. JAMES GRAHAM presided,
and the members present were Messrs. B. GOODBURN, W. B. ARNISON, W. LYNN,
A M E R I C A
BALTIMORE, JAN. 30
The following is an extract of a letter from GENERAL WASHINGTON to the Congress, dated Jan. 22, 1777.
" My Last was on the 20th inst. since that I ...
At Whitehaven Police Court, yesterday, William KENNISH, fish dealer,
Whitehaven, was charged by the Trustees of the Town and Harbour with having eleven
boxes of stinking herrings which he intended to sell for human food.
Mr. W. W. LUMB pro...
At the Workington police Court on Wednesday, Thomas TRAINER, labourer,
Workington, was charged with having stolen a piece of ham, the property of Charles
James FOX, provision dealer, on Saturday night last.
Prosecutor stated that on the nig...
Crossing, near Silloth. The house at the Crossing is occupied by Joseph REED,
platelayer, and his son, a boy of about twelve years of age, was engaged in opening
the gate about the ...
reference to ‘Rot in Sheep.’ Farmers should remove their flocks from low lying wet
lands to high or dry ground; and, instead of feeding them turnips saturated
FACTS and FACETIAE.
The oldest Westernn Settler .... The evening sun.
WANTED TO KNOW .... Is a baker's son not bred to the business ?
WHEN is the weather like the National Debt ? .... When it's unsettled.
QUERY .... May a girl be said to have a ringi
I have a tale to tell, which you must hear;
Be gracious, then, your time I will not waste,
Nor by a word that’s false offend your taste.
My subject is not classic, byt tis better,
Because’tis true, true to the very letter.