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Edition: Tuesday 1 Feb 1814 Tuesday 1 Feb 1814
Wheat Sheaf Inn, Workington. - To be let by proposal, for a term of four or
five years, as may be agreed on, all that large, commodious, and well accustomed
inn, known by the name of the Wheat Sheaf; consisting of a large dwelling house,
stables, yard, and other conveniences situate in Portland Square, Workington.
Mrs CARTER, the owner, wishing to retire from business, the above inn, from its
long establishment and known resort of travellers, is a very desirable residence
for any person wishing to engage in the capacity of an innkeeper. – Possession
may be had at Lady Day, or sooner if the parties can agree. Proposals in the
mean time, will be received by Mrs Carter, on the premises, and the tenant will
be declared on Wednesday the 9th
of February, 1814. The tenant can be
accommodated with a part of the furniture, &c at a fair valuation.