HOUSE AND SHOP, No. 57, LOWTHER STREET;
WORK - SHOP, 19 SANDHILLS LANE
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       Thomas WILLIAMSON, Cabinet maker, house and ship joiner, &c., &c.,
begs most respectfully to return thanks for the patronage and support with which
he has been honoured for the last five years from the Gentry and inhabitants
of Whitehaven and it's vicinity, and his friends generally. He takes this
oppotunity in informing them that he has removed from 124, Queen Street, to No. 57,
Lowther Street, ( the shop lately occupied by Mr. Benjamin CLARKE, ) and
hopes by renewed indeavours, to render all work confided to his management worthy
the approval of, and calculated to give satisfaction to all his customers.

       A quantity of furniture, of the best materials and workmanship, always
kept in stock ready to answer immediate demands.

       Mahogany, Veneers, Oak, Birch, and Fir Boards, always on sale, on the
lowest terms.


Glass Silvered in a superior manner.



Whitehaven, July 27, 1852