MR. R. B. HETHERINGTON HAS BEEN FAVOURED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM L. F. B. DYKES, Esq., Dovenby Hall (who is going abroad), to SELL the whole of his STUD of Valuable HUNTING and HARNESS HORSES at the Mart, Earl Street, on Saturday, February 7th, at one o'clock prompt.
  1. -- Brown Gelding, quiet in harness, and has been out with hounds.
  2. -- Zulu, Brown Gelding, a good carriage horse, with action.
  3. -- Morocco, by Zouave (Irish), very clever over any country, and carries a lady.
  4. -- Holland, Brown Gelding;  an extraordinary fencer, very fast, well known with the Cumberland fox hounds; up to 16st.; a good goer in harness.
  6. -- Obadiah, Grey Pony, 13 h. h., a good boy's pony, quiet in harness.
Nos. 2, 3, and 5 have been driven with one another.  The whole can be seen at Messrs CARLISLE & BELL'S Stables, Carlisle, from the 5th.
  7. -- Captain MacGeorge, Hames Hall, Cockermouth, b Gelding, 15.2 h. h., a good hack, quiet and fast in single and double harness, Broken Charger, and carries a lady.
To be SOLD, immediately after the above, about 20 High-class SADDLE and HARNESS HORSES, belonging to gentlemen in the neighbourhood.
Particulars in Catalogue.
At the same time will be Sold a Gordon Setter Dog, 4th season;  steady at all kinds of game;  and two Gordon Setter Pups (Dog and Bitch), 6 months' old.
7, Portland Square, Carlisle.