WANTED - A young man as CLERK, - Apply to MR. THURNAM, Bookseller, Carlise.
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TWO THOUSAND POUNDS, at £3-3/4 per Cent.,  Wanted, on unexceptionable
Security in One or  Several Sums, of not less than £500 each. - Apply to MR.
TIFFIN, Solicitor, Wigton.
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GUANO.

ON SALE, 150 Tons of African and Peruvian GUANO of the Best Quality. - Apply
to Messrs. DAWSON & BUSHBY, Botchergate.
Carlisle, Oct. 9, 1844
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MONEY.

READY to be ADVANCED on Mortgage of Landed Estates of adequate value, the
Sums of

                            £7.500,    and
                            £5,880,

Interest payable, Half-yearly, £3  15s. per Cent.

Apply to R. and H. PERRY, Solicitors, Whitehaven.
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IN NOVEMBER WILL BE PUBLISHED,

No. I of

THE DOMINIE'S CHARGE:  A TALE, by W. THOM, Author of "Wyseby".

The Work will be completed in Twelve Monthly Numbers.  Price 3d. each.  May
be had of all Booksellers.
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ALLENDALE SCHOOL,, NORTHUMBERLAND.

MR. J. H. HESLOP, Member of Trinity College, Dublin, takes into his House a
number of Young Gentlemen to BOARD and EDUCATE in the Greek, Latin, and
French Languages - the Mathematics, and the general routine of an English
Education.

Terms, 20 Guineas per Annum.  [No Extras]

REFERENCES - REV. JNO. RAWES, Allendale Vicarage;
REV. JONATHAN SCURR, Ninebanks;   REV. JOSEPH REED, West Allandale.
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JOHNSTON, ADAMSON, and HOPE'S DIVIDEND.

NATHANIEL ELLISON, Esq., one of her Majesty's Commissioners authorised to
act under a Commission of Bankrupt, bearing date the 24th day of December,
1825, awarded and issued forth against EDWARD JOHNSTON, ANTHONY ADAMSON, and
JOHN HOPE, of WHITEHAVEN, in the County of Cumberland, Bankers, will sit on
TUESDAY, the 5th day of November next, at One o'clock in the Afternoon
precisely, at the Royal Arcade, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, to make a FINAL
DIVIDEND of the Estate and Effects of the said Bankrupts;  when and where
the Creditors who have not already proved their Debts are to come prepared
to prove the same, or they will be excluded the benefit of the said
Dividend;  and all Claims not then proved will be disallowed.
                                            W. and H. PERRY, Solicitors.
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NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF CALEDONIAN RAILWAY SCRIP.

THE PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE of the Caledonian Railway Company hereby intimate,
that the Subscription Contract required by the Standing Orders of Parliament
to be entered into preparatory to an application for an Act, is now ready to
be executed, and that Copies of it will lie for the Signatures of the
Scripholders, from WEDNESDAY the 16th till WEDNESDAY the 30th of October
current, both included, at the following places: -

In London, at the Office of HENRY FRANCIS, Esq., 57, Threadneedle-street.
    Liverpool, at the Office of Messrs. CLAY and SWIFT, Union Court.
    Carlisle, at the Office of G. G. MOUNSEY, Esq., Solicitor.
    Edinburgh, at the Office of Messrs. HOPE and OLIPHANT, W.S.
    Glasgow, at the Office of Messrs. MITCHELL and Co., 36, Miller Street.
    Lockerby, at the Office of JAMES DAVIDSON, Esq., Writer.

And the Provisional Committee require the Scrip Holdes to subscribe such
Contract before the expiration of the above-mentioned period, and give
notice that the Shares and Deposits of such as fail to do so will be liable
to forfeiture, in terms of the provision in that behalf contained in the
Subscribers' agreement.

    It will be necessary for Scrip Holders to produce their Scrip
certificates, in order that the same may be registered and stamped in
reference to the Parliamentary Contract, as no person can be allowed to
subscribe the same who does not exhibit Scrip for the amount of Stock for
which he is a subscriber, and Certificates will not be afterwards recognised
by the Company which have not been so produced, registered, and stamped.
                                                   By Order, D. RANKINE,
Secretary.
London, 10th October, 1844
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WANTED - A Steady, Active M A N, who thoroughly understands the Management
of a FARM, the Buying and Selling of Stock, &c.  He must be well
recommended. - Apply, by letter prepaid to Y, Z., Post-office, Brough.
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PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING to SUPPLY the GAOL, at Carlisle, with the
following Articles, viz.: - Bread, Meat, Potatoes, Oatmeal, Coals, and
Groceries, for the Term of One Year, will deliver in their Tenders to MR.
ORRIDGE, on or before Saturday the 2nd of November next.
Carlisle Gaol, Oct. 25th, 1844.
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A BALL will be held at the ASSEMBLY ROOM, COFFEE HOUSE HOTEL, Carlisle, on
TUESDAY, the 29th Instant.

STEWARDS.
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P. H. HOWARD, Esq. M.P.                         DR. JAMES
R. BENDLE, Esq., Mayor                            MR. G. MOUNSEY
T. FEATHERSTONHAUGH, Esq.              MR. H. MC.ALPIN
CAPT. MONINS                                        MR. J. R. DONALD
CAPT. MEADE, 43d. Regt.                         MR. FLEMING
THOMAS SALKELD, Esq.                         MR. DAVIDSON
G. G. MOUNSEY, Esq.                               MR. JNO. NELSON
C. FEATHERSTONHAUGH, Esq.              MR. IRVING
H. SPENCER, Esq.

                                                    JNO. TURNER, Secretary

Tickets -                           Gentlemen, 10s. 6d
Ladies, 7s 6d.
                             Dancing to Commence at 9 o'clock.

TICKETS TO BE HAD AT MR. THURNAM'S;  AND AT THE BAR OF THE COFFEE HOUSE.
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MR. CARTE

HAS the honor of announcing that he will give

TWO GRAND CONCERTS
at the
ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CROWN & MITRE HOTEL, CARLISLE

ON SATURDAY, the 26th OCTOBER, 1844

The Morning Concert is to commence at One o'Clock
The Evening Concert is to commence at Seven, and conclude at Ten o'Clock

On which occasion will appear the following unprecedented Combination of
Talent: -

VOCALISTS

Miss STEELE
Madame F. LABLACHE, [late Miss FANNY WYNDHAM.]
Mr. HENRY RUSSELL [from America]; and
Signor, F. LABLACHE.

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INSTRUMENTAL PERFORMERS

Grand Piano Forte                        M. DOHLER
Violin                                            SIGNOR CAMILLO SIVORL
Violoncello                                    SIGNOR PIATTI
New Boehm Flute                         MR. CARTE.

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Tickets for the Morning Concert - Reserved Seats, 6s;  Unreserved Seats,
4s.;
For the Evening Concert - Reserved Seats, 4s;  Unreserved Seats, 2s.
The Reserved Seats, which are Numbered, can be secured, and Tickets may be
had, at THURNAM'S LIBRARY, Carlisle.

A new Grand Piano Forte, by 'Broadwood', selected by MR. DOHLER for his
performance on this occasion, will be brought from London, and will be for
Sale.

Particulars respecting it to be had of MR. HARRY CART, at THURNAM'S LIBRARY,
Carlisle.

61, Greek-street, Soho, 14th Oct., 1844
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DWELLING HOUSE.

TO LET, a convenient DWELLING HOUSE for a Family, situate in FISHER STREET,
Carlisle.  The Proprietor would not object to make the Front Parlour into a
SHOP if required.

Apply to MR. CHRIS. HODGSON, No. 9, Eden Terrace, at at "the Courts",
Carlisle.

24 Oct., 1844.
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PUBLIC NOTICE.

WETHERAL MILL, DWELLING HOUSE, &c., &c., will not be Let until the Second
Day of NOVEMBER.  Proposals to be sent to MR. ARMSTRONG, Solicitor,
Botcherby.

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PORK MARKET.

NOTICE is Hereby Given, that the PORK MARKET at the Borough of Carlisle will
RE-COMMENCE on SATURDAY, in Lowther Street as formerly.

Weights and Scales, and a Careful Weigher will be provided.

                                    by Order of the Watch Committee.
24th October, 1844                                    THOMAS HODGSON.
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LIGHTFOOT'S ASSIGNMENT.

WHEREAS, VALENTINE LIGHTFOOT, of HUNLOW, in the Parish of Scaleby, in the
County of Cumberland, Farmer, hath, by Indenture of Assignment, bearing date
the 24th day of October, 1844, Assigned, Transferred, and set over all his
personal Estate and Effects to Trustees therein named, for the equal benefit
of such of his Creditors as shall execute the said, Indenture on or before
the 24th day of January next:

        NOTICE IS THEREFORE HEREBY GIVEN,
That the Deed is lodged at the Office of MR. GEORGE SIBSON, Solicitor,
Carlisle, for the inspection and Signatures of the Creditors;  and those who
neglect to execute the same within the time above-mentioned will be excluded
all benefit arising therefrom.
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FARM TO LET.

To be Let by Proposal for a Term of Years, and Entered upon at Martimas
next.

ALL that Compact FARM, situate at WARWICK's LAND in the Parish of
Kirkandrews-on-Esk, in the county of Cumberland, containing 80 Acres of
Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Land, well Watered and Fenced, with a Convenient
Dwelling House, and excellent Out Offices, of every description, in a
perfect stateof Repair.

For further particulars apply at the Office of MR. JAMES MOUNSEY, Solicitor,
Carlisle, where the conditions of Letting may be seen.
Carlisle, 24th Oct., 1844.
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Just Published, and may be had Gratis,
PART III. OF

FOSTER'S CIRCULTING LIBRARY,
comprising the most Popular Works of the Day.

REDUCED TERMS.

Yearly Subscribers, 10s, to be paid at the rate of 2s 6d;  Quarterly, 4s;
Monthly, 2s, to be paid in advance;  or to Non-Subscribers 1-1/2d a-Week for
each Volume.

Plume of Feathers' Court, Scotch-street.
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