The Scotsman, Wednesday 5th May 1875 - Page 4

                                            CUMBERLAND.
    VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES NEAR MARYPORT FOR SALE.

To be SOLD by Public Auction, at the Senhouse Arms Hotel, Maryport, on Tuesday,
the 25th day of May 1875, at 1 o'clock in the Afternoon precisely (unless
previously disposed of by Private Treaty, of which due notice will be given).

Several VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES and COTTAGE PROPERTY, situate at or near
CROSBY, in the Parish of Crosscanonby, in the County of Cumberland, containing
together 560 Acres or thereabouts, and the same will be Sold either altogether,
or in such Lots as may be determined upon at the time of Sale.

The Estates comprise 4 Principal Farms, containing respectively 136 Acres, 107
Acres, 75 Acres, and 174 Acres, in the respective occupations of Calvert
THOMPSON, Joseph MITCHINSON, Thomas STEELE, and John & Wm. SCOTT, and divers
other smaller Holdings of 30½ Acres, 6½ Acres, 9½ Acres, and 16½ Acres
respectively.

The Coals and other Minerals under the several Properties are reserved.

The Estates are situate within a short distance of the Town and Port of
Maryport, to which there is direct access by Road and Rail. There are 2 Side
Stations on the Maryport and Carlisle Railway, near to or adjoining the
Estates - namely, at Dearham Bridge, and Bullgill, where the Passenger Trains
which run to and from Carlisle, Cockermouth, and Maryport, stop four times each
way daily. The Estates afford many excellent Sites for Building, and Lime for
Agricultural purposes can be had from Kilns not far off. Altogether the
Properties offered for Sale, present an opportunity for Investment of Capital
which rarely occurs.

The respective Tenants will show the Premises, and printed particulars with
Plans of the several Estates may be obtained on application to Messrs. MITCHELL,
BOWE, & MITCHELL, Auctioneers, Cockermouth; or to Messrs. TYSON & HOBSON,
Solicitors, Maryport.

Maryport, 22d April 1875.
Submitted by Petra Mitchinson