To be sold by Private Contract, on or before the 26th day of October next.
All that compact and desirable estate at WELTON, situate at HIGH WELTON, in the parish of Sebergham, in the County of Cumberland, consisting of 114 acres, 1 rood, and 18 perches of rich arable, meadow, and pasture land, well watered and fences, with a recently built dwelling house, and excellent out offices of every description on a perfect state of repair.
Also, several closes or inclosures of arable and pasture land, containing in the whole 89 acres and 37 perches, situate near NETHER WELTON, in the Parish of Dalston, in the said county. This estate being in a good state of cultivation, near lime, stone, and coal, will be an eligible investment for capitalists.
The premises are in the occupation of Mr. WILLIAM WOOD who will shew the same.
For further particulars apply to Mr. JAMES MOUNSEY, Solicitor, Carlisle, who will receive proposals, and treat with any person desirous of purchasing the same.
Carlisle, 12 September, 1844