TO BE LET,
And may be entered upon immediately (at a considerably reduced rent, for the
first half year),

A new and well finished DWELLING-HOUSE, in the centre of Highgate, recently
occupied as the Post-Office, consisting of an Office, Parlour, Drawing-Room,
five Bed Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, &c.;  and also a Garden near to the above.

Apply to MR. M. FENTON, Post-Office, Lowther-street, or to MR. SCOTT,
Scar-foot Mills, near Kendal
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TO BE SOLD,
By Auction,
On Tuesday, the Twenty-first day of April, 1829, at Twelve o'clock, at the
Office of BURROW and NOTTAGE, in Market-street, Lancaster,

200 HOGSHEADS        200 BARRELS

TORTOLA SUGAR,

NOW LANDING,

**For particulars apply to

BURROW and NOTTAGE.

Lancaster, April 10, 1829.
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SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c.

AT AMBLESIDE.

TO BE SOLD, by Auction,

At the House of MR. F. WALKER, Waterhead, Ambleside, on Thursday, the
Thirtieth day of April, 1829, and the two following days, the sale to
commence each day at one o'clock.

A valuable and extensive assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c. &c., the
particulars of which will be found in the Catalogues intended to be
immedicately circulated.

JOSEPH GOLDEN,
Auctioneer, Kendal.
Ambleside, April 13th, 1829.
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