To be SOLD by AUCTION, on Monday, the 4th Day of November, 1844, at CROGLIN
LOW HALL, in the Parish of Kirkoswald, and County of Cumberland, the
Property of SIR G. C. HOSTE.
UPWARDS of 800 Larch TREES, of 33 Years growth. Also a quantity of prime
The Sale to commence at One o'clock, when Conditions will be made known.
H. SMITH, Auctioneer.
VESSEL FOR SALE.
To be Sold by Public Sale, on Tuesday the 5th of November, 1844, at the
House of MRS. BESWICK, Queen's Head Inn, Caldewgate, Carlisle.
THE whole of that Strong-Oak-built SLOOP, or Vessel, called the "ISABELLA OF
ANNAN", Port Dumfries. Burthen per Register, 43 Tons, now lying at the
Canal Basin, Carlisle.
For further particulars apply to MR. JOHN JOHNSTON, Annan; or to MR. JOSEPH
NANSON, 9, Irish Gate Brow, Carlisle.
VERY VALUABLE FREEHOLD AND TITHE FREE ESTATE FOR SALE.
To be Sold by Auction, at the Wheat Sheaf Inn, CARLISLE, on Friday, the 8th
of November, 1844.
ALL that Desirable ESTATE, situated at RIGG HEAD, near Hethersgill, in the
parish of Kirklinton, in the county of Cumberland, consisting of a good
Dwelling House, and substantial Farm Buildings, with 75 Acres 3 Roods, of
Arable and Meadow Land, of very superior quality, in suitable Inclosures,
nearly all within a Ring Fence, well watered, and adjoining good roads being
about 10 miles distant from Carlisle, and 6 from Brampton.
MR. THOMAS CALVERT, of Hethersgill, will shew the premises and further
particulars may be known on application to JOSEPH TURNBULL, of East Cliff,
the owner, or to JOHN LITTLE, of Carlisle, Accomptant.
A large portion of the Purchase Money may remain on the premises at a
moderate rate of interest if required.
VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY IN CARLISLE
To be Sold by Auction, on Wednesday, November 13th, 1844, at the house of
JAMES SAWYER, Old King's Head Inn, Fisher Street, Carlisle, at Eight o'clock
in the Evening.
ALL that compact Freehold PROPERTY, situate in SCOTCH STREET and EAST TOWER
STREET, consisting of
1. A SHOP, fronting to Scotch Street, with Dwelling Rooms behind and above
the same, in the occupation of J. RUSH, Provision-dealer. The front to
Scotch Street is 18 feet, and the extent towards East Tower Street 34 feet.
2. A commodious DWELLING HOUSE adjoining, comprising Cellar Kitchen,
Sitting Room, and Three Bed Rooms, in the occupation of MR. L. HARRISON.
3. Extensive WAREHOUSES or WORK SHOPS adjoining, with a front to East Tower
Street, of 36 feet, and extending backwards to Langcake's Lane, 4 stories
high, and cellared, easy of access, and well lighted, in the occupation of
MR. J. BLAYLOCK, Engineer.
The Land-tax is Redeemed.
Further particulars may be known on application to MR. LONSDALE, Caldew
Terrace, the owner; or to MR. T. T. RAILTON, Solicitor, 17, Fisher Street.
Carlisle, 14th October, 1844.
VALUABLE FARMING STOCK, CROP, &c., FOR SALE.
To be Sold by Auction on Monday the 11th day of November, 1844, on the Scaws
Farm, near Penrith, [under Distress for Rent]
THE Valuable FARMING STOCK and CROP, of MR. WILLIAM NOBLE, consisting of
Forty Head of Cattle, viz., 20 Spring and Back-end Calving Cows, of very
superior Breeding, principally descendants of Gainford; 12 Heifers, eight
of which are Spring Calvers; and the remainder Young Cattle of different
ages. One two-years-old Short-horned Bull, by Pickwick. Seven Horses,
viz., One Bay Colt, rising five, by Lowther Monarch, dam by Podargus; One
Bay Colt, rising five, by Victory; and Five good Work Horses. Eight Ewes
and Lambs [fit for the Butcher], and One Sow, and Nine Shots. Eleven Stacks
of Grain, viz., Eight of Oats, Two of Wheat, and one of Barley: Two Stacks
of Hay, a Stack of Oat Straw, and a Quantity of Hay in the Loft. Also
Implements of Husbandry and Dairy Utensils, comprising Carts and Cart Gear,
Ploughs, Harrows, Winnowing Machine, Churns, Hops, and other Articles.
Conditions will be declared at the Sale, which will commence at 10 o'clock
After satisfactionn of the arrears of Rent due from the said WILLIAM NOBLE,
the remaining part of his Stock, Crop, &c. will be Sold by his Assignees.
VALUABLE FREEHOLD HOUSES AND LANDS, IN AND NEAR PENRITH FOR SALE.
TO be SOLD, by AUCTION, on Thursday, the 7th day of NOVEMBER, 1844, at the
Wagon and Horses Inn, PENRITH, subject to Conditions to be then produced.
ALL that DWELLING HOUSE, or INN, called "THE HORSE'S HEAD", situate in
BURROWGATE, PENRITH, with the Cottages, Bakehouse, Stables, and other
Buildings thereunto adjoining, now in the occupation of WILLIAM BOWNESS and
Also, all those FOUR DWELLING HOUSES and FOUNDRY adjoining, situate in the
Lane behind the said Inn, now in the occupation of THOMAS SCOTT and others.
Also, all that large BARN and FIVE COTTAGES adjoining, situate at the
TOWNHEAD, in Penrith aforesaid, now in the occupation of THOMAS FENTON and
Also, a very valuable CLOSE or Inclosure of LAND, called HANGING SEPHRAY,
adjoining to Thulbar Lane, in the Townfields of Penrith aforesaid,
containing 6A. 1R. 0P., or thereabouts, now in the possession of MR.
Also, all those TWO CLOSES or Inclosures of LAND, with the Buildings
thereon, about Half-a-Mile from the Town of Penrith, aforesaid, adjoining to
the Old Carlisle Road, containing together 19A., or thereabouts, now in the
possession of the said WILLIAM NOBLE.
Further particulars may be had on application to MR. WILLIAM NOBLE, of the
Scaws, near Penrith; to MR. JOSEPH RICHARDSON, of Thrimby; and MR. ROBERT
THOMPSON, of Plumpton [his Assignees]; or at the Office of MESSRS. ATKINSON
and HARRISON, Solicitors, Penrith.