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  Strayed, from Streetyeat, Lamplaugh, about two months since, Three Herdwick Ewes, with half bred lambs marked "J.G." near side.
 Information thankfully received and expenses paid by J. GALLON, Lamplaugh
 Lost, at Workington, on Saturday, October 18th, between Church Street and Williamson's Shipyard, a Cornelian Bracelet, set in silver.
 Finder rewarded on returning it to Captain THORPE, Church Street, or the Workington Office of the West Cumberland Times.
 Lost, from Ellenborough, Two Herdwick Sheep, blue across back, head and tail, and red pop on side.
 -Information to Joseph ROSS, Maryport, will be thankfully received.
 Lost, from Flimby, on the 12th inst., Three Geese, marked on the right web, outside, with one cut.
 -Apply, A. J. R. BORTHWICK, Flimby.
 Lost from Aspatria, on the 23rd inst., a Greyhound Bitch, brindled and white, with leather collar on neck. Anyone returning the same to Mr. CLARK, Prospect House, Aspatria will be rewarded, and anyone detaining her will be prosecuted.
 Lost on the 16th ult., from Keswick, a Magpie, with cross bill, well known to the Lakeside. Anyone returning it to William LITT, Keswick, will be rewarded.
 Lost on Michaelmas Fair Day, between Cockermouth and the Beehive, Pardshaw, a Waterproof Gig Apron. Finder would oblige returning it to the Ostler, Globe Hotel, Cockermouth, who will give a suitable reward.
 Lost, from Wigton, on Oct. 22nd, a CUR BITCH; answers to the name of "Meg". - If returned to David MATTINSON, Wigton, Finder will be rewarded.