By Authority of the KING's Royal Patent.
DR. BATEMAN's Original PECTORAL DROPS
Prepared only by CLUER, DICEY, and Co. Bow-Church-Yard, London.
WHICH for more than sixty years have been universally known to be the *****st and farest relief i...
To the LADIES in particular.
RIDING HABITS are continued to be made in the most fashionable Taste at the following equitable prices, viz.
Rasteen for winter wear with a Silk Shag waistcost 6 l. 16s 6d
Ditto Super fine Ladies or thick Cloth...
FATAL FALL OVER ETTERBY SCAUR, CARLISLE.
At an early hour on Saturday morning MR. SAMUEL IRVING, of Stanwix, a gentleman about 70 years of age, who formerly held a responsible position in the office of the Town Clerk of Carlisle for many years, accid...
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR'S FESTIVALS.
RAVENSTONEDALE. - On Monday evening last, the annual Christmas tea party was
held in the Independent Chapel, Ravenstonedale. There was a large
attendance. At the public meeting, the pastor of the church, the Rev. W.
At the Wigton Police Court on Friday, John STUBBS, dock labourer, at
Silloth, but who comes from Longtown, was charged with stealing £4 10s in gold and
some silver from the person of David PUGH, master of the Amity, of Carnarvon,
now lying in...
On the 29th ult., at the Parish Church, Kendal, by the REV. R. J. PEARCE, curate, MR. WILLIAM MASON, labourer, to MISS SUSANNAH BRAITHWAITE, both of Kendal.
Same day and place, by the REV. R. J. PEARCE, MR. JOSEPH TYSON, of Whitehaven, gr...
CRICKET IN AUSTRALIA.
MELBOURNE, December 29.
The first cricket match between the English Eleven and Eighteen of Victoria
was commenced on the Melbourne Cricket ground on Saturday last.
The weather was fine, and the attendance on the ground very numerou
APPLEBY - On Tuesday last, the volunteer bellringers of St. Lawrence, Appleby, held their annual Supper at the house of MISS HANSON, when about sixteen partook of the good things served up in excellent style by that lady, after which a pleasant eveni...
For greater convenience, and in order that the interests of our Workington
subscribers and advertisers may be properly attended to, our BRANCH-OFFICE in
the town will in future be at the shop of Mr. J. E. CARMICHAEL, News Agent,
DEATH OF THE
REV J. CLIFTON WARD, F. G. S.
We deeply regret to record the death, from fever, of the Rev. J. Clifton
WARD, F. G. S., Vicar of Rydal.
For some years he was the head of the local Geological Survey, in which
capacity he completed the i