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AND CUMBERLAND ADVERTISER
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1819
A STEADY MAN who understands the manufacturing of SICKLES.
Apply to GEORGE GRAHAM, Bridgefoot; or to BELL & FISHER, Whitehaven.
August 20 1819
AN APPRENTICE to the Ironmongery Business.
No. 42, Strand-street.
DRAPERY, &c. ON SALE.
WILLIAM BACON begs leave to acquaint the Public, that not having received a
satisfactory Offer for his House, Shop and Stock, he will commence SELLING
OFF his valuable Assortment of DRAPERY on MONDAY next, at PRIME COST, or
under, without reserve, until the Whole be Sold.
N.B. The house and Shop are still to Let.
4th Sept, 1819.
A QUANTITY OF
RIBA RHINE HEMP
Of very superior Quality
And a few Tons of Fine POLICE OUTSHOT HEMP,
Suitable for Twine.
RED WOOD DEALS and RIGA MATS,
Just Imported in the Fancy, Wm BIRKETT, Master, from RIGA
BROCKLEBANKS & Co
Banstry Ropery, August 28, 1819.
Three Hundred and Fifty Barrels of Choice well-cured
AT RANEY & MANLEY'S Warehouse, Queen-street Whitehaven,
Sept 18, 1819.
The Fast-Sailing Coppered Brig
D O R I S
(JOHN WHITE, Master)
A Constant Trader, Will sail from hence on or about the first of October.
For Freight or Passage apply to
H & R JEFFERSON
Whitehaven 30th Aug.1819.
FOR BARBADOES AND ANTIGUA
(Under Engagement to clear the 20th October,)
THE FIRST CLASS COPPER BRIG
A N N
(John Atchison, Master.)
For Freight and Passage, having good Accommodations, apply to the Master on
Board; or, to
R. BAKER & SONS,
Whitehaven, September 20th, 1819.