SALES BY AUCTION.
 
GALESYKE, NETHERWASDALE
(6-1/2 Miles from Seascale-Furness Railway)
 
MESSRS. MITCHELL are honoured with instructions from MISS BARKER to SELL by Auction, upon the Premises, on TUESDAY, AUG. 30, and Following Day if necessary.
 
The Whole of her Valuable Antique, Chippendale and Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LONG CLOCKS; Rare old DINNER, TEA, and DESSERT SERVICES, including Grey and Gold Tea and Coffee Service (56 pieces),   Gold and White Tea and Coffee Service (69 pieces),   Very Valuable Worcester Dinner Service, Blue and White (130 pieces);   Imperial Spode Dessert Service (26 pieces), Worcester Dessert Service,  Glass and China,  Silver, Sheffield Plate Candlesticks;  Valuable ENGRAVINGS, including Three of the Town and Port of Whitehaven (one of the year 1642, now very rare);   Oil paintings, Water Colours, &c., Standard Historical and Poetical Works, &c.  Also Two Salmon Rods, Rifle, Gun, Two Cannons, Sword, and useful Outside Property.
 
Conveyances will Meet all the Morning Trains at Seascale and Egremont Stations. - For Seats, apply MESSRS. IRWIN, Seascale, and MESSRS. BROWNRIGG and MITCHELL, Egremont.
 
Refreshments may be had at a Reasonable Charge.
 
No Catalogue.  For full particulars see last week's issue.
 
View Day, Monday, 29th August, from Ten to Four.
 
Terms - Cash.  Sale at Eleven o'clock.
 
Agricultural Hall of Cockermouth.