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To be peremptorily sold by public biddings, pursuant to an order of the high court of Chancery, made in a cause of HOWARD v. KAY, with the approbation of SIR WILLIAM HORNE, one of the masters of the said court, at the Bush Inn, Carlisle, on Thursday the 3rd day of October, 1844, at one o'clock in the afternoon, by Mr. JOHN ALLEN STOKES, the person appointed by the said master.

A valuable freehold and tithe free estate with the land tax redeemed, called "MAINS", "COLBERT HILL" and "CROOKS", situate close to the market town of Wigton, in the County of Cumberland, containing 145A OR 17P. meadow and arable land in two lots.

Full particulars may shortly be obtained gratis at the said master's chambers, in Southampton buildings, Chancery Lane; of Mr. WILFRED KIRKUP, auctioneer, Carlisle; of Messrs. PEARCE, PHILLIPS, and WINCKWORTH, Solicitors, 10 Swithen's Lane; of Mrssrs. SUTTON, EWENS, OMMANEY, and PRUDENCE, Solicitors, 6 Basinghall Street; of Mr. GEORGE BRACE, Solicitor, 24 Surrey Street, Strand; of Mr. JOSEPH RAW, Solicitor, Furnival's Inn; of Mr. JOHN GREGSON, Solicitor, Bedford Row, London; of Messrs., SAUL, Solicitors, Carlisle; of Mr. JONATHAN HAYTON, Solicitor, Wigton; and at the Bush Inn, Carlisle, and the other principal Inns there, and in Wigon and the neighbourhood.