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Edition: May 6, 1843 May 6, 1843
JAMES BRINDLE, of the Queen's Head Inn, WIGTON, returns his sincere Thanks, for the liberal Support he has received from the Public since he commenced running the Victoria Coach; and begs leave to intimate that he will recommence running the above Coach daily between Keswick and Wigton, on MONDAY, the 8th of May instant; leaving Keswick, at 7 A.M.; Cockermouth, 8½; arriving at Wigton at 12, in time for the first Railway Train to Carlisle; in returning from Wigton, on the arrival of the second Train from Carlisle, at 3½ P.M.; Cockermouth, at 6; and arriving at Keswick, at 8 in the evening—at Reduced Fairs.
J.B. begs at the same time, to tender his grateful acknowledgements to the Nobility Gentry, Commercial Gentlemen, and the Public generally, for the numerous favors received, since he entered upon the Queen's Head Inn, Wigton; and he begs to assure them that no exertion shall be wanting, on his part, to render his establishment worthy of public patronage.
Neat Chaises, Gigs, and Post Horses for Hire.