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Harrington. For sale, by private contract, the brig Albion (Thomas DOUGLAS, master). Now lying in the Port of Harrington; Burthen, per Register, 190 Tons, Coppered, and Copper fastened; built by Messrs KEY, CARR & Co. and launched in March, 1817; is abundantly found in Stores of every Description, and may be sent to Sea without any Expence (sic) whatever, save Provisions for a Voyage. Apply to Mr Joseph WATSON, Lowther-street, Whitehaven; or to Key, Carr, & Co, Harrington. September 25th, 1819.

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HAIL HALL. To be let, and entered on at Lady Day next, a fine Country Residence, called Hail Hall, at present in the Occupation of Mr ATKINSON, situate about Two Miles from the Market Town of Egremont, and Seven Miles from Whitehaven. There is a large Garden adjoining the House, well stocked with Fruit Trees, and the Tenant may, if required, have a Stall in a Stable near the House. For further Particulars, apply to John PONSONBY, of Carleton Lodge, Esq. the Owner; or at the Office of Mr KNUBLEY, Solicitor, Whitehaven. This will not be repeated. Whitehaven, 27th Sept, 1819.