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The Robust Captain THOMAS, will leave Whitehaven in a few days for London. On
her arrival there, she will immediately load at Symon's Wharf, to return to
this port.
                      Notice will be given of her arrival out.
       For Freight &c., apply at the Wharf in London; or here to RANDLESON &
FOSTER.
Whitehaven, July 22nd., 1852



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ARTIFICIAL TEETH AND DENTAL SURGERY
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Mr. DAVIDSON  may be consulted from Ten till Four daily. - 130, Queen Street,
Whitehaven.


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To Infirmary Patients


Mr. D.  is in attendance at the Infirmary for Dental surgery, every Tuesday
and Friday at 1 o'clock.
Whitehaven, June 30, 1852


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ON SALE


The cargo of the Jessey, Thompson, Master from Antigua, consisting of:


188  Hhds., SUGAR
21 Tierces, SUGAR
332 Barrels, SUGAR
65 Puns., MOLASSES;
6 Puns., RUM
1 Brl. and 17 boxes, ARROWROOT.

Robert & Hy. JEFFERSON


Lowther Street, 23rd June, 1822


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FOX'S LIVERPOOL
AUSTRALIAN LINE OF PACKETS,
Established by the Subscriber in 1829
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FOR MELBOURNE, PORT PHILIP
The magnificent First-class Frigate- built ship
CAMBRIDGE,


A1 at Loyd's; 1211 Tons Register, or 1900 Tons Burthen; Coppered and
Copper-fastened; loading in the Salt-house Dock.
       The rates of passage, (including provisions of the best kind) are as
follow: - First cabin £ 45, Secomd cabin £ 30 and £ 25, third cabin £ 16,
children 1 to 14 years, half-price, infants, free.
       For further particulars, and information regarding the Austrailian
Colonies, apply to Henry FOX, 2 King Street, Liverpool, Agent to Her Magesty's
Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners; or to:
                               Thomas BULTER
                                       Quay Street, Whitehaven
Liverpool June 7th, 1852