To be sold, on Thursday the 7th of October 1819, at the Black Lion Inn, Whitehaven, at Three o'Clock in the Afternoon, all that genteel residence, called Waterloo, delightfully situated in the Parish of Moresby, about Two miles and a half from Whitehaven, with a fine Land and Sea View, including a View of the Isle of Man and Scotland, consisting of an excellent Dwelling House, with Two Parlours, Store Room, Kitchen and Wash House, with a Room over it; two Bed Rooms, with a large Closet attached to each, and one Servant's Bed Room. A Stable, with Two Stalls, and Stand for a Carriage, and a good Hayloft. An excellent Garden well stocked with Standard and wall Fruit Trees, planted about Six Years ago. A Field in Front of the House, about an Acre, with a fine Run of Water through it. The Whole is neatly laid out, and suitable for the Accommodation of a genteel Family. If required, immediate Possession will be given. The Premises may be viewed on application to Mr BELL, at Waterl!
oo aforesaid, and for further Particulars apply to Messrs BELL & FISHER, Ironmongers, Whitehaven. Sept 20 1819