Farms named... Schoose, Hunday, Scaw, Lilly Hall

To be let, by proposal, for such terms as may be agreed on, and entered upon at Candlemas next,

All that desirable Tithe-Free farm, called SCHOOSE, in the Parish of Workington, in the County of Cumberland, consisting of an excellent farm house, thrashing machine, very extensive and convenient cattle sheds, byers, stables, and other out buildings, and 350 acres, or thereabouts, of superior arable, meadow, and pasture land, in the highest state of cultivation, and 50 acres of wood land, or thereabouts, the whole of which lies within a ring fence, is intersected with good roads, and adjoins the market town of Workington, where there is a good demant for farm produce.

Also, all that other tithe free farm, called HUNDAY, in the said Parish of Workington, comprising a dwelling house, thrashing machine, cattle sheds, and other suitable out buildings, and 310 acres of arable, meadow, and pasture land, in a good state of cultivation, nearly all within a ring fence, and extending to within a mile of the town of Workington aforesaid.

Also, all that other farm, called SCAW, in the Parishes of Workington and Harrington, consisting of a good dwelling house, extensive out-houses, thrashing machine, and 260 acres of superior arable, meadow, and pasture land, in a high state of cultivation, lying within a ring fence, and extending to within a mile of the Town of Workington aforesaid.  About 100 acres of the farm is titheable, and the remainder is tithe-free.

The above farms of SCHOOSE and HUNDAY, and HUNDAY and SCAW, adjoin each other, and will be let either together or separately, as parties may wish.

And, also all that other tithe-free farm, called LILLY HALL, in the said Parish of Workington, comprising an excellent farm house, extensive out buildings, thrashing machine, and 440 acres of arable, meadow, and pasture land, and is distant three miles from Workington aforesaid, and four miles from the market town of Whitehaven.

The whole of the above farms are well watered and fenced, adjoin upon good public roads, and are near to lime and coal.

The tenants will be supplied during their terms with tiles for draining, on their being at the expense of cutting and filling.

Mr. GLOVER, of Workington, will show the farms; and any further information may be obtained of him, or of Mr. ALLISON, at the High Office, in Workington aforesaid, who will also receive Proposals to Rent until the Sixteenth day of October next, when the tenants will be declared.

High Office, Sept. 17, 1844