WANTED, by a family residing in the Country, a Young Unmarried Man as GROOM,
and to Drive a Four-wheeled Carriage.  An unexceptionable character will be
required. - Apply by letter post-paid, to Box No. 47, Post Office, Warring,
Lancashire.
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A FIRST-RATE WOMAN COOK WANTED.
In one of the principal Hotels in the County
of Cumberland.  Also, a BARMAID, of respectable
connections, who has been used to the business.

Apply by letter, with references, &c., to the
PATRIOT OFFICE, Carlisle.
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WILSON JACKSON, Esq., DECEASED.

ALL PERSONS having any claim or demand upon
the Estate of the late WILSON JACKSON, of
ARMBOTH HOUSE, in the County of Cumberland,
Esquire, are requested to forward their Accounts to
MR. GEORGE ANSELL, Solicitor, Keswick, within
a Month from the date hereof.
Keswick, 25th Oct. 1844.
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KENDAL AND WINDERMERE RAILWAY.
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Notice is Hereby Given,

THAT A SPECIAL MEETING of the PROPRIETORS in this undertaking will be held
at the COMMERCIAL INN, in KENDAL, on Tuesday, the 5th day of November next,
at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, to take into consideration a Report of
Mr. ERRINGTON, the Engineer, to be submitted to such Meeting, with reference
to a change of the Northern Terminus from LOW WOOD to BIRTHWAITE, near
BOWNESS, and to determine upon the expediency of the same.

Dated this 26th day of Oct., 1844.

[signed]                            CORNELIUS NICHOLSON
                                                    Secretary pro. temp.
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BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE.

No. CCCXLIX, for November.

Price 2s 6d.
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CONTENTS:  -   I.  The O'Connell Case. - II My College Friends;  No. I.
John Brown. - III.  the Tombless Man, by Delta. - IV. French Socialists. -
V. Marston;  or the Memoirs of a Statesman.  Part 14 - VI Sonnet to
Clarkson. - VII.  Letter from the Right Hon. Charles Hope. - VIII. Poems by
Elizabeth B. Barrett. - IX. Lines on the Landing of his Majesty King Louis
Philippe. - XII.  Lamartine.

WILLIAM BLACKWOOD & SONS, Edinburgh and London.
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ADDRESS TO THE PUBLIC.
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DR. BRANDRETH wishes mankind to consider that health solely depends on the
state of purity in which the blood is kept, every part of the body being
supplied daily with new blood from the food consumed, consequently,
according to the pureness of that blood, so must the state of the body be
more or less healthy.  To obtain, therefore, the most direct purifier, is a
question of no little importance to every individual.  It matters not what
MR. MORRISON or DR. BRANDRETH say about their Pills of Vegetable, but what
medicine is really the best.

That BRANDRETH's PILLS  are the most direct purifiers, there will be no
doubt, when it is considered that they have gained their present very
extensive sale - not by advertisement - but by their own intrinsic merits;
and their universality is established by the fact, that their operation is
more or less powerful, according to the pureness of the circulating fluid -
for, if taken by a person who is in a fair state of health, they are
scarcely felt - but, if taken by one suffering from disease, their operation
will be powerful, and perhaps painfull, until the disease is conquered, or
the system entirely under their influence - this accomplished, small doses,
say two, or three, or four pills, three or four times a week, will soon
effect a cure, even in the most inveterate cases.

TESTIMONIALS.
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BRANDRETH's PILLS. - As an admirable domestic medicines these pills cannot
be surpassed.  In boarding-schools, in the neighbourhood of the metropolis,
they have been introduced by their respective proprietors with the most
happy results.  ' Herald '

We feel both pleasure and satisfaction in recommending to all our readers
Brandreth's Vegetable Pills, as the most certain most safe, and invaluable
medicine extant. ' Times '

We have just heard of a most surprising cure effected by Brandreth's Pills;
the Party to whom we allude was on the very verge of the grave, when
fortunately she was induced to try the effect of Dr. Brandreth's Universal
Medicine, and the result was her speedy restoration to perfect health. '
Bells Old Weekly Messenger '

The most popular and highly appreciated medicine in the naval and military
circles, is an invention of Dr. Brandreth's known as Brandreth's Pills.
'Standard '

The use of Brandreth's Pills will prove of great value in the preservation
of that invaluable blessing  --  health.  ' Globe '

BRANDRETH's PILLS.  We have had submitted to us a list of cures they have
performed, which are truly miraculous. " True Sun "

BRANDRETH's PILLS.  The testimonials we have had submitted to us, in favour
of this admirable medicine, fully justifie, our speaking of these pills in
terms of the highest praise. ' London Free Press '

The component parts are entirely vegetable, and as a remedy for bile, sick
head-ache, and nausea on the stomach, it would be difficult to find its
equal. 'Leeds Times '
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In consequence of the most unparalleled success, and the wonderfully
increasing sale of BRANDRETH'S VEGETABLE PILLS, his Majesty's Honourable
Commissioners of Stamps have allowed the Proprietor [by express permission]
to have his name on the Government Label;  and the Public will observe, that
none are genuine unless "GEO. HODGKINSON, Aldersgate Street" is engraved on
the Stamp  --  to counterfeit which is felony.

To be had of all Medicine Venders, in Boxes at 1s. 1-1/2d., 2s. 9d., 4s 6d/.
and 11s.
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