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- Edition: September 27 1819 September 27 1819
An apprentice to the ironmongery business. Apply to Joseph ALLINSON, no 42, Strand-street.
John GAITSKILL, nurseryman, Hall Santon, near Holm Rook, Cumberland, returns sincere thanks to his friends and the public, for the favours conferred upon him since he commenced the above business, and begs leave to assure them, that every attention shall be paid to the orders he may in future receive. J.G. having on hand, a good stock of fruit and forest trees, flowering shrubs, evergreens, &c. he is enabled to sell them on the lowest terms. N.B. A nurseryman wanted, to act as Foreman who will be accommodated with a cottage on the grounds. - Application to be made as above: If by letter, to be post paid.
J M'NAUGHT, Coach Builder and Harness Manufacturer, Kendal, returns his most sincere thanks to the nobility, gentry, and the public in general, for the liberal encouragement he had met with since he commenced the above business. As he has enlarged his premises in the New Inn yard, with the intention to carry on a still more extensive concern, and finish work in a more elegant style, for which purpose he has for several years provided a large stock of the very best timber, well seasoned, and all other necessary materials from the best markets in England; and as he has added to the hands formerly employed, a complete set of London workmen of the first-rate abilities - he hopes by strict attention, to be able to serve his friends in a manner equal, if not superior, to any shop in London, for Taste, Fashion, and particularly for Durability. Orders executed on the shortest notice, for home or abroad. N.B. Has on hand a variety of second-hand carriages and gigs, to sell or hire.