COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND.
PERSONS who have obtained Game Certificates for the Year 1844:
List  GENERAL CERTIFICATES, at £4 0s. 10d. each.
ARMITSTEAD, Richard Whitehaven
ARMSTRONG, Clement Irthington
ARMSTRONG, Thomas Botcherby
ATKINSON, Thomas Coal Hole Hill
BELL, Thomas Upper Denton
BIRKETT, John Broomhills
BOWMAN, Fletcher Workington
BOWMAN, Thomas Great Corby
CHICKEN, John Hawkesdale
CLARKE, Thomas Aikhead
CURWEN, William Blamire Workington Hall
CROSBY, Isaac Penrith
DICKENSON, J. S. Workington
DICKSON, Thomas Croft Head
DIXON, Daniel Cleator
DIXON, Robert Stordy Knells
DONALD, Thomas Linstock
FENTON, John Ainstable
FORRESTER, Arthur Whiteholme, Stapleton
GELDERD, John Patterdale
GOWENLOCK, Robert Mosspaul, N. B.
HARRISON, Jonathan Stoneraise, Westward
HETHERINGTON, John Castlecarrock
HILL, William Aikton
HIND, William Carlisle
HODGSON, George Great Corby
HERRINGTON, Samuel, jun Lamonby
JACKSON, Robert Moresby Mill
JEFFERSON, Henry Hensingham House
JONES, Edward George Whitehaven
KENNEDY, John Longrigg
KNOX, Patrick Chapel Street, Carlisle
KYLE, David Broadlee, N. B.
LEE, John Brampton
LITTLE, James Whitehill, N. B.
MEIN, Pulteney Glencart Holme
MC. QUEEN, John P. Linhope, N. B.
PAISLEY, William, Jun. Great Broughton
PARKER, Rev. Christopher Caldbeck Low
PATTINSON, Thomas Holme Low
PEAT, Robert, Jun. Holme Low
PEEL, Joseph Wigton
PEARS, John Watermillock
ROGERS, William Harrington
SHERWEN, Samuel Dean
SPENCER, Henry Wetheral Abbey
STIRLING, William Cleator
TAYLOR, John Baldhow
TELFORD, John Wellfoot
THEXTON, Rev. Joseph Torpenhow
THOMPSON, James Kirkhouse
THURNAM, Charles Carlisle
Made up to the 24th October, 1844.
By Order of the Board
CHARLES PRESSLEY, Secretary.
Stamps and Taxes.
The Commissioners of Stamps and Taxes hereby give Notice, that every person
taking, killing, or pursuing Game without first obtaining a Certificate,
incurs a penalty of £20, and is also liable to be surcharged in double the
amount of the Certificate Duty.
Any person in pursuit of Game refusing on being duly required to produce his
Certificate, or to permit the same to be read, or a copy thereof to be
taken, or refusing to declare his true name and place of residence, also
incurs a penalty of £20.
Gamekeepers are desired to take notice that a Certificate at the rate of £1
7s. 6d. will not authorize any person to kill Game beyond the limits of
the Manor for which he is deputed: and in order that a Certificate at such
a rate of duty may protect a Gamekeeper, it is requisite, not only that he
should be deputed by some Lord or Lady of a Manor or reputed Manor, but also
that such Deputation should be registered with the Clerk of the Peace, or
the Gamekeeper will be liable to be surcharged in double the Duty of £4 0s.
10d. and also to be prosecuted by any common informer for the penalty of
N. B. - It is the intention of the Commissioners of Stamps and Taxes to
publish in a separate List the names and residences of all persons
surcharged in double Duty for sporting without Certificates.