have been holding temperance meetings. The meetings commenced by the friends
of the cause of temperance parading the streets and singing, returning to the
Good Templars’ Hall to hold a public meeting.
The principal speaker has been Joshua MOSELY, from Bishop-Auckland, a man
who has been engaged in the work over sixteen years. This gentleman has been
assisted by the leading teetotal advocates in the district; those who are to
take part in them being: -
The Rev. W. WATSON, Cockermouth
J. EASTWOOD, Maryport
M. SANDERSON, Dearham
M. WALTON, Dearham
W. HINE, Maryport
T. THOMPSON, Maryport.
The audiences so far have been large, numbers taking the pledge every night.