TO MILLERS, MALTSTERS, BACON DRIERS, CHEMISTS,
AND AGRICULTURISTS.

A quantity of Superior COKE or CINDERS is at present on SALE
at the CARLISLE GAS WORKS, and will be disposed of at the very
low price of Twopence the Imperial Bushel, or Sixpence per Basket
containing Three Bushels.

Also, a quantity of GAS LIME, which is now proved to be so valuable
a manure on account of its being abundantly impregnated with ammonia,
a substance materially contributing to the nutriment of vegetable life.
This lime is sold at the very low price of Ninepence per Cart load.
**** **** valuable to the Farmer for irrigation of grass lands, than
it is to the Manufacturing Chemist for the production of Sulphate of
Ammonia, Sal Ammoniac. &c , &c.

                                        JOHN CROSTHWAITE, Manager.
Gas Works, Carlisle, Oct. 17th, 1844.
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SHOPS AND DWELLING HOUSES IN CALDEWGATE
FOR SALE.

To be SOLD by Private Contract.

ALL those Two Front SHOPS and DWELLING HOUSES above,
situate in Bridge Street, Caldewgate, Carlisle, in the occupation of MR.
CHRISTOPHER GAWTHORP, and MR JOSEPH HARRISON.

And also all those several MESSUAGES, or DWELLING HOUSES,
Warehouses, Gig-house, Byers, and Parcel of Ground, suitable for
Building purposes, situate behind the above Shops.

These Premises are in the immediate vicinity of the Carlisle Canal, the
Newcastle and Carlisle, and the proposed Caledonian Railways, and
are of customary tenure, held under the Worshipful the Dean and
Chapter of Carlisle, subject to the payment of the annual customary
Rents of 1s.  3d.  and 2s.  6d.

The Premises may be viewed on application to MR. GAWTHORP;
and further particulars known of MR. BENDLE, Solicitor, Carlisle.
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VALUABLE ESTATE FOR SALE.

To be Sold by Private Contract, on or before the 26th day of October next.

ALL that Compact and Desirable ESTATE at WELTON, situate at HIGH
WELTON, in the parish of Sebergham, in the County of Cumberland, con-
sisting of 114 Acres, 1 Rood, and 18 Perches of rich Arable, Meadow, and
Pasture LAND, well watered and fenced, with a recently built Dwelling
House, and excellent Out-offices of every description in a perfect state
of repair.

Also several Closes or Inclosures of Arable and Pasture LAND, containing
in the whole 89 Acres and 37 Perches, situate near NETHER WELTON, in
the Parish of Dalston, in the said County.  This Estate being in a good
state
of cultivation, near Lime, Stone, and Coal, will be an eligible Investment
for
Capitalists.

The Premises are in the occupation of MR. WILLIAM WOOD, who will
shew the same.
For further particulars apply to MR. JAMES MOUNSEY, Solicitor, Carlisle,
who will receive proposals, and treat with any person desirous of purchasing
the
same.

Carlisle, 12 September, 1844.
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NORTH BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY,
Incorporated by Royal Charter, CAPITAL,
ONE MILLION.

Head Office, 64, Princes Street, Edinburgh.

PRESIDENT.
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His Grace the DUKE OF SUTHERLAND

VICE-PRESIDENTS.
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The Most Noble the MARQUIS OF ABERCORN
The Right Honourable the EARL OF STAIR
The Right Honourable the EARL OF CAMPERDOWN
The Right Honourable VISCOUNT MELVILLE, K.T.

LIVERPOOL BOARD OF DIRECTORS
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JOHN CROSTHWAITE, Esq.
THOMAS MURRAY, Esq.
ALEXANDER SMITH, Jun, Esq.
ROBERT DIRAM, Esq.
MAJOR THOMSON, C.B.
WILLIAM BALLENY, Esq.

The undersigned hereby announces his appointment as an Agent for the
North British Insurance Company, and requests the attention of the Public
to the favourable Rates and Conditions of that respectable Office, which
was Established in Edinburgh, in 1809, has uniformly fulfilled all its
Engage-
ments with punctuality and honour, and now ranks amongst the first and
most flourishing Companies in the Country, is supported by a large body of
influential Proprietors, and gives the assured every advantage hitherto
offered
to the Public.

The LIFE PREMIUMS are moderately rated at all ages, and are so modified
by ascending and decending Scales, and otherwise, as to suit the object of
every Insurer at the least immediate outlay.

Bonuses may be either added to the sum assured or applied in reduction of
future Premiums, the last bonus [declared December, 1837] averaged 37 per
cent. on the premiums paid.

**** INSURANCE.

This incorporation insures against Fire, Silk, Woolen, Cotton, and flax
Mills,
Buildings of all descriptions, Furniture, Stock in Trade, Merchandise,
Agricul-
tural Stock, Implements of Husbandry, and effects of every kind, at the low-
est rates of premium corresponding to the risk.
Farming Stock insured with or without the average clause;  loss and damage
by lightening made good.

Prospectuses, Tables of Rates, and every information may be had on applica-
tion at the head office, in Edinburgh, or  the undersigned.

                                                WILLIAM DOEG,
                                                            Agent for
Carlisle.
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FAMILY ENDOWMENT, LIFE ASSURANCE and ANNUITY SOCIETY
(Established in 1835), No. 12, Chatham Place, Blackfriars, London.

                                        DIRECTORS.
                                        ~~~~~~~~~~
WILLIAM BUTTERWORTH BAYLEY, Esq.(Director H.E.I.C.),Chairman
JOHN FULLER, Esq., Deputy Chairman
HENRY BOWDEN, Esq.
ROBERT BRUCE CHICHESTER, Esq.
C. H. SATAUCHE, Esq.
EDWARD LEE, Esq.
ELLIOT MACNAGHTEN, Esq. (Director H.E.I.C.)
WILLIAM PRINSEP, Esq.
JOSHUA WALKER, Esq.
MAJOR WILLOCK, K.L.S.

ENDOWMENT EMBRACING THE WHOLE NUMBER OF
FUTURE CHILDREN.

To SOLICITORS, PARENTS, and GUARDIANS.-  By this mode of
insurance great advantages are obtained in securing provisions for Children.
By the plan adopted in'other' offices, there is a separate Endowment upon
each Child after its birth,and a separate Premium upon each Endowment, the
Premiums increasing as the children increase.  This Office, for a Premium
fixed at the time of Insurance, and not liable to further increase, will
insure the
same endowment to every after-born child - and thus, while every child will
have the same provision, the Parent will not be subject to the burden of
increasing Premiums.  This mode of endowment has been sanctioned by the
Court of Chancery, upon the marriage of a young Lady, a Ward of Court, and
Forms will be supplied by the Office.

ENDOWMENTS TO CHILDREN SINGLY.

The Annual Rates per cent. for Endowments to Children, singly, at 21,
are as follows:-

Present Age of Child    Returnable    Non-Returnable    Payable.
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    1                            £3 12s 4d      £3  5s.  5d            20
years.
    2                              3 17s 4d        3 11s  3d            19
years.
    3                              4   3s 0d        3  17 10d            18
years.
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LIFE ASSURANCE.
The Rates per cent. for Life Assurance are as follows:-

       Age.                30                40                50
60
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Annual            £2  4s  7d        £3  0s  3d      £4 4s 9d     £6 2s 5d
Premium
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Annuities of all kind are granted by this Society.
^^^Liberal Commissionn allowed to Solicitors and Agents.

                                                            JOHN CAZENOVE,
Secretary.

AGENTS

MR. EDWIN HOUGH, Solicitor, Carlisle.
MR. JOHN JAMESON, Solicitor, Penrith.
MR. EDWARD WAUGH, Solicitor, Cockermouth.
MR. JOSEPH MARTINDALE, Bank, Whitehaven.
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