SAILINGS.

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STEAM TO LONDON TWICE A WEEK.

THE GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S First-class
Splendid and Powerful Steamships,
. London Merchant and City of Hamburgh,
Are appointed to sail from NEWCASTLE on and after SATURDAY, 4th May,
TWICE A WEEK, returning from Downe's Wharf, Lower East Smithfield,
London, every Wednesday and Saturday Nights at Eight o'clock.

City Hamburgh, Saturday, May 18th, at 3 Afternoon.
London Merchant, Wednesday, May 22, at 5 Morning.
City Hamburgh, Saturday, May 25, at 7 Morning.
London Merchant, Wednesday, May 29, at 12 Noon.

THEY WILL LEAVE SHIELDS ONE HOUR AFTER THE
. NEWCASTLE TIME.

Best Cabin, 30s.: Second Cabin, 20s.
Goods of all descriptions charged at moderate Rates of Freight. Shippers are
respectfully requested to send their goods to DOWNE'S WHARF early on the day
of sailing.

REFRESHMENTS to be had of the Stewards, at Moderate Rates.

The Company urge Passengers to look after their Luggage, as they do not hold
themselves responsible if damaged or lost.

To secure Berths apply, in London, to 69, Lombard Street; 37, Regent Circus;
or at Downe's Wharf; or, in Newcastle, No. 50, Quayside; or at the Wharf
North Shore.

PARKER & SHIELD.
Newcastle, May 1844.

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REDUCED CABIN FARES TO LIVERPOOL.

STEAM TO LIVERPOOL.

THE CARLISLE and LIVERPOOL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
Large and Powerful Steamer, "THE NEWCASTLE," Captain THOMAS BURTON,
will Sail between PORT CARLISLE and LIVERPOOL, calling at ANNAN
and off WHITEHAVEN, (Weather permitting,) at the following times:--

FROM PORT CARLISLE.
Saturday, May 18th, at 11½ o'clock Forenoon.
Wednesday, May 22nd, 1½ o'clock Afternoon.
Saturday, May 25th, at 4 o'clock Afternoon.
Saturday, June 1st, at 10½ o'clock Morning.

FROM LIVERPOOL.
Monday, May 20th, at 11 o'clock Night.
Friday, May 24th, at 1 o'clock Morning.
Monday, May 27th, at 5 o'clock Evening.

FARES TO LIVERPOOL. -- CABIN, 12s.: DECK, 5s.
. FREIGHTS MODERATE.

And between PORT CARLISLE and BELFAST at the following times.

FROM PORT CARLISLE.
Wednesday, May 29th, at 8 o'clock Morning.

FROM BELFAST.
Thursday, May 30th, at 7 o'clock Night.

FARES. -- CABIN, 10s., and Steward's Fees, 2s.; DECK, 3s.
. FREIGHTS MODERATE.

JOHN CARRUTHERS, Steam Packet Office, 48 Castle-street, Carlisle.
DAVID BAXTER, Annan.
JAMES GRAHAM, 42, George Street, Whitehaven.
JOHN FRAZER, King's Arms Inn, Dumfries.
HENRY HALTON, 31, Water Street, Liverpool.
JOHN WALKER, 111, Market Street, Manchester.
ROBERT STOREY, Fenwick's Entry, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
GEORGE M'TEAR, 33, Donegall Quay, Belfast.

The Public are cautioned against sending contraband goods by the above
Vessels, the Committee of Management having determined that all suspicious
packages shall be given up to the EXCISE.

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REDUCED CABIN FARE TO LIVERPOOL

STEAM COMMUNICATION FROM PORT CARLISLE
. TO LIVERPOOL AND DUBLIN.

THE CARLISLE, ANNAN, & LIVERPOOL STEAM NAVIGATION
COMPANY beg to inform the Public, that the undermentioned STEAM SHIP,
will Sail from PORT CARLISLE, ANNAN WATER-FOOT, and LIVERPOOL,
as follows, calling off WHITEHAVEN (weather permitting) to land and receive
Passengers, "ROYAL VICTORIA," 450 Tons, JOHN HUDSON, Commander:--

FROM PORT CARLISLE & ANNAN WATER-FOOT
Saturday, May 18, at 11 o'clock Forenoon.
Friday, May 24, at 3 o'clock Afternoon.
Wednesday, May 29, at 8 o'clock Morning.
Saturday, June 1, at 11 o'clock Forenoon.

FROM LIVERPOOL.
Tuesday, May 21, at 12 o'clock Night.
Monday, May 27, at 5 o'clock Evening.
Thursday, May 30, at 8 o'clock Evening.

And between PORT CARLISLE and DUBLIN, calling at Annan Water Foot and
Fleetwood, to land and receive Passengers and Cargo; and calling off
Whitehaven (weather permitting), to land and receive passengers, the Steam
Ship, "HIBERNIA," Capt. DANI, is intended to Sail at the under-mentioned
times:--

FROM PORT CARLISLE.
Friday, May 24, at 3 o'clock Afternoon.
Friday, May 31, at 10 o'clock Forenoon.

FROM DUBLIN.
Tuesday, May 21, at 11 o'clock Forenoon.
Tuesday, May 28, at 5 o'clock Afternoon.

This Line offers considerable accommodation to Cumberland and the East
Coast, via Newcastle; and, for Goods and Passengers, will be found worthy of
the countenance of those Districts.

Fares and Freight are moderate, and all Goods are forwarded, free of
Commission, by the undermentioned Agents, of whom all further particulars
may be known:--
Mr. EDWARD JOBLING, Steam Packet Office CARLISLE.
Mr. JOHN NICHOLSON, ANNAN.
JOS. CARR & SON, Ship-brokers, WHITEHAVEN.
JOHN FRASER, King's Arms Inn, DUMFRIES.
Mr. J. DOUGLAS THOMSON, 35, Water-street, LIVERPOOL.
CLARKE & DUNN, Quay-side, NEWCASTLE.
Messrs. LOVE, & BARTON, Booksellers, Market-street, MANCHESTER.
Mr. HENRY SMITH, FLEETWOOD.
City of Dublin Company's Office, and Messrs. TAYLORS and SCOTTS, DUBLIN.

Steam Packet Office, Carlisle, May 1844.