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To Be Let

The following desirable farms and possessions, upon the NETHERBY ESTATE, in
the county of Cumberland, are to be let for terms to be agreed upon.  
Entries at Candlemas next, 1845.

1.  PARCELSTOWN FARM: containing about 316 acres of valuable arable and
pasture land, upon the Edinburgh Road - six miles to the northward of the
City of Carlisle.  This farm is in the Proprietor's own occupation, and the
entry will be found advantageous and convenient.

2.  The GRAHAM ARMS INN, and Posting House of Longtown, in the occupation of
Mr. BRAITHWAITE, with a suitable and valuable farm in the immediate
neighbourhood.

3.  CARWINLEY CORN, FLOUR, and BARLEY MILL, with a farm of good land
adjoining.

4.  Sundry cottage possessions and crofts of land.  These possessions are
all in the near vicinity of Longtown, and enjoy every advantage of excellent
markets and roads.

Also, to be let,
The GRAZING FARM of BAILEYHOPE, in BEWCASTLE, containing 832 acres, within a
ring fence,-all as long possessed by Messrs. PALMER and DALTON, who will
give every necessary information to intending offerers for this farm.

MATTHEW BROWN, of CROFTHEAD FARM, will shew the conditions of letting; and
proposals addressed to JOHN YULE, of Fergushill, by Longtown, will meet with
due attention.
August 18th 1844