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- Edition: Tuesday 1 Feb 1814 Tuesday 1 Feb 1814
Dwelling Houses in Whitehaven. To be sold in public, on Thursday the 10th day of February, 1814, at the house of Andrew NEILSON, Innkeeper, on Marlborough Street in Whitehaven, (by order of the trustees of Mrs COLTART, deceased), all that freehold messuage, or dwelling house, situate in Marlborough Street, in Whitehaven aforesaid; and now in the occupation of Mr William COLTART. Also the two dwelling houses behind the same, now in the occupation of Elizabeth HODGSON and Thomas MOORE, as farmers thereof. The premises contain, in front to Marlborough Street, five yards and a half, and extend from thence backwards 21 yards and a half, and are in an excellent situation for any public business. Terms and conditions will be produced at the time of sale, and for further particulars, in the meantime, apply to Mr John BROWNRIGG, of Mr Thomas MURRAY, both of Whitehaven, the trustees; or Mr WALKER, solicitor, King Street, Whitehaven. Jeremiah GUEST, auctioneer.