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To be sold, pursuant to a decree of the high court of Chancery, made in a
cause "RAPER v. MONINS", with the approbation of RICHARD RICHARDS, Esquire,
one of the masters of the said court, at the Crown and Mitre Inn, at
Carlisle, on Thursday, the seventeenth day of October, 1844, at two o'clock
in the afternoon, in three lots,....

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LOT 1
All those the two several manors or lordships of ARMATHWAITE cum membris,
and ARMATHWAITE, otherwise NUNCLOSE, in the County of Cumberland, with the
rights, royalties and appurtenances.

All that the advowson and right of nomination to the Chapel of Armathwaite.

All the fishery and right of fishing by boat, net, or otherwise on the west
side of the river Eden at Armathwaite, in the occupation of Messrs. BIRD.

All that capital messuage or mansion house, called ARMATHWAITE CASTLE, with
the coach houses, stables, barns and other outbuildings and the garden,
orchard, and several closes of ground occupied therewith, containing 27A.
3R. 13P., and four other closes or inclosures of ground, call the CROFT,
ELLER'S otherwise BRIDGE CROFT, ROB CROFT, and QUARRY GARDEN.

All that farm, situate at ARMATHWAITE, consisting of a dwelling house, barn,
stable, offices and thrashing machine, and several closes of ground,
containing together 92A. **., 23P., now in the occupation of ROBERT PEEL,
senior, and ROBERT PEEL, junior.

All that farm called LOCKHILL, situate near ARMATHWAITE, consisting of a
dwelling house, barn, stable, and other out offices, and several closes of
ground, containing together 89A. 3R. 29P., now in the occupation of JOSEPH
BROWN.

All that farm called NELSON HILL, situate near ARMATHWAITE, consisting of a
dwelling house, barn, stable, and other out offices, and several closes,
containing together 82A. 3R., now in the occupation of ANDREW WATSON.

All that farm, called HILL ENDS, situate near ARMATHWAITE, consisting of a
dwelling house, barn, stable, and other out offices, and several closes of
ground, containing together  234A. 1R 18P., now in the occupation of JOHN
THOMLINSON.

All that farm called HAZEL COTTAGE, consisting of a dwelling house, barn,
stable, and other out offices, and several closes of ground, containing
together 58A. 2R. 7P., now in the occupation of JAMES JOHNSTON.

All that water corn mill, called ARMATHWAITE MILL, with the dwelling house
and outoffices, and several closes of ground, containing together 24A. 2R.
10P., now in the occupation of JOSEPH HODGSON.

All that close or inclosure of ground, called QUARRY HILL CLOSE, containing
1A. 1R., and the garden containing 1R. 16P., situate near ARMATHWAITE, in
the occupation of ----- MITCHISON.

All that messuage or dwelling house, with the appurtenances, known as the
FISH INN, at ARMATHWAITE.

All that tarn or lake called TARN WADLING LAKE, containing 77A. 0R. 8P.,
with the cottage, boat house, dog kennel, garden, and appurtenances, and the
woods and plantations adjoining the same, containing 29A. 0R. 10P.

All those several woods and plantations, situate at or near ARMATHWAITE
containing 57A. 1R. 10P.

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LOT 2

All that farm situate at SOUTHWAITE, consisting of a convenient dwelling
house, farm buildings,garden, and orchard, and several closes of ground,
containing together 169A. 3R. 31P.

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LOT 3

All those the tithes of corn of the ancient inclosed lands of the Towsnships
of ARMATHWAITE and NUNCLOSE; and also all those the tithes of corn, grain,
hay, turnips, potatoes, and agistment arising from certain newly inclosed
lands situate in the Parish of HESKET, held by lease under the Dean and
Chapter of Carlisle.

ARMATHWAITE CASTLE stands on the western bank of the River Eden, encircled
by the richly wooded hills which form the vale of ARMATHWAITE.  The beauty
of the scenery, conbined with many local advantages, renders it one of the
most desirable residences in the north of England.

The castle comprises a dining room, drawing room, breakfast room, and
library, six good bedrooms, five sleeping apartments for servants, a
spacious kitchen, butler's pantry, laundry, stoverooms, and other requisite
out offices.

The stables, coach houses, and suitable out buildings, are at a convenient
distance from the house.  There are an excellent garden, orchard, lawn, and
walks attached.

There is also some very fine timber on Ridding's Bank and Humphrey Wood,
besides hedge-row trees on various parts of the estate.

The proprietor has the right of hunting, coursing, and shooting over the
several manors.

ARMATHWAITE is within two miles of the bye post of HESKET, where the London,
Glasgow, and Liverpool mails and other coaches pass daily.  It is distant
from the market town of Kirkoswald five miles, from Carlisle ten miles, and
from Penrith ten miles.

The SOUTHWAITE Estate is beautifully situated on the banks of the River
Petteril.  There is also some very fine timber on this estate.  It is
distant from Hesket about two miles, from Carlisle eight miles, and Penrith
ten; and the station on the line of railway now forming from Lancaster to
Carlisle will be either upon or close to the estate.

The estates will be shown by the respective tenants.  Printed particulars
may be had gratis at the said master's chambers, in Southampton Buildings,
Chancery Lane; of Messrs. MOUNSEY & GREY, 9 Staple Inn, London; of Mr EWART,
Solicitor, Carlisle; and at the place of sale.

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