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C. P. HARDY has been instructed by Mr. N. DUDSON, whose declining health necessitates the curtailment of his responsibilities, to Sell, by Auction, in the Albert Hall, on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 10th and 11th days of February next, a large portion of his miscellaneously-assorted Stock, comprising almost every article of domestic utility, so well known to the citizens of Carlisle and the public in the neighbourhood.  Suites of Walnut, Mahogany, and Oak Furniture, will be distributed, as well as Carpets, Fenders Fireirons, Chimney Glasses, Pianoforte, Pictures, Ornaments, every variety of Bedstead and Hangings, Mattresses, Feather Beds, Wardrobes, Drawers, Dressing and Washing Tables. Dressing Glasses, Toiletware, Oilcloths, Door Mats, Cane and rush-seated Chairs, Hat and Umbrella Stands, &c. Also a considerable quantity of valuable and useful Furniture, which has been out on hire for short periods, and which is little worse than new.  The goods, which will be peremptorily sold, will be on view during the Mornings of Sale, which will commence punctually at One o'clock in the afternoon.
47, Lowther Street, Carlisle, Jan. 29th, 1880.