To be sold, in Public Sale, to the
Higest Bidder, at the House of Mrs. KING,
Strand-street, Whitehaven, on Thursday the
21st of October, 1819, at Three O'clock in
All that good Brigantine, or Vessel, called the
(Joseph SCOTT, Deceased, late Master)
With all her Materials as she now lies in the Harbour
of Whitehaven. Burthen per Register, One hundred
and Twenty Tons: Four years old, Coppered and
Coppere fastened, carries a large cargo at an easy
Draught of Water, and can be sent to sea without
Expense , being newly coppered Twelve Months Ago.
The purchaser to pay a deposit of Five Pounds per Cent.
and the remainder by Two equal payments at Three and
Six months, giving satisfactory security.
Inventories to be seen at the usual Places at Harrington
Workington, and Maryport, and at the place of sale.
Further particulars may be known by applying to
R. WHITESIDE & Co.
TIMBER FOR SALE.
Just imported, from Miramichi, and selling on
Two Choice Cargoes of
Red and White Pine Timber;
Red Pine Masts; Birch Timber
Pine Planks, and Lathwood
Michael FALCON & Sons
Workington, Sept. 30, 1819.
FARM AT DEARHAM
To be sold, in Public Sale, on Saturday the 30th
Day of October, 1819, at Six o'Clock in the evening
upon the premises, at George HAYSTON's in Dearham,
All that Messuage, Tenement, and Farm, situate at
Dearham, in Cumberland, containing Fifty Seven
Acres, or thereabouts, and now in the occupation of
George HAYSTON, who will shew the premises.
The Estate is of Indenture Custom Four-penny Fine
and deviable by Will, except a close, called the Croft,
which is customary and Fine certain.
The property will be put up together and in Parcels.
The purchaser may pay £10 per cent. Deposit, and
the Remainder of the purchase money, at three and
six months from the Day of Sale.
Conditions will be produced at the sale, and for
particulars enquire of Mr. Benjamin THOMPSON,