SAINT BEES
 
To be LET or SOLD, the Convenient
Family HOUSE, in Vale View, St. Bees,
containing Four Entertaining Rooms,
Seven Bed Rooms, Dressing Rooms,
Closets, Cellars, and large Kitchens,
with Gardens.  Apply to R. RIGG, Corn
Merchant, Whitehaven.
 
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FOR SALE,  by Private Treaty, a DWELL-
ING HOUSE, containing six rooms and
a cellar, and formerly occupied as a beer-
house, situate at 31, Duke-street, Cleator
Moor.  The occupier also carried on in the
same house the business of a shoemaker.
Apply to Peter M'GRADY, on the premises.
 
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FOR SALE by Private Treaty, all that good
BRIG, or vessel, called the Douro, of the
Port of Whitehaven.  Burthen per Register
134 tons; carries 205 tons cargo; is well
found in every respect, and in excellent
repair, and is well adapted for heavy cargoes.
The vessel is being sold entirely in consequence
of the present Master's retiring from sea.
    The Douro is at present at Belfast, but is
expected at this port in a few days.
    For further particulars, apply to Mr. Thomas
REID, 24, King-street, Whitehaven.
 
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To be SOLD or LET, all that well accus-
tomed and convenient INN, known by
the name of the "Victoria Hotel," situate
in Church-street, Barrow-in-Furness,
containing, besides other excellent
accommodations, a large room, recently
decorated with stage and scenery, suit-
able for a Concert Hall.
    Also, a HOUSE and SHOP, situate in
Ramsden-street, now in the occupation
of Mr. James BAYNES.
    Proposals in writing will be received
by Mr. D. R. STABLES, the owner, Vic-
toria Hotel, Barrow, up to and including
November 11th, 1869.
 
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  ATKINSON'S BUILDING LAND, MILLOM.
 
Mr. Henry ATKINSON having now com-
pleted the New Road through his Property,
forming the main road to the Cumberland
Iron Mining and Smelting Company's
Furnaces, is open to treat with parties wish-
ing to purchase BUILDING SITES. He is
confident that his Land (Freehold) will be
found in all respects best suitable for that
purpose, being in a dry situation, easily
approached, as well from the Station as
from the Furnaces and Harbour, and in
close proximity to the recently discovered
Iron Mines.
    Application to be made to Mr. HENRY
ATKINSON, Spirit Merchant, Whitehaven,
 where plans of the Streets may be seen.
 
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