The DUKE OF EDINBURGH, attended by COLONEL COLVILLE and CAPTAIN HAIG, arrived at St. Petersburg on Sunday afternoon, in good health and capital spirits.  About an hour previously, the Imperial carriage and sledges arrived a


The Quarter Sessions for Cumberland were held on Tuesday and Wednesday.  W. N. HODGSON, Esq., presided.  The calendar contained the names of fifteen prisoners, concerned in thirteen offences.  The following is the only case possessing any

On Sunday last two excellent sermons were preached in connection  with the
anniversary of the Primitive Methodist Mission, Grasslot, by Miss. Mary  RIDLEY,
of Prospect. The attendance at both services was large.

 On Tuesday the annual tea meeting was he...
Joseph ISMAY, Thomas COVERLEY, Jonathan POOL and John ISMAY, four men  
residing at Camerton, were charged with having stolen a duck, the property of  
Wilfrid HARRIS, miner of Camerton, on Friday night last.

There was a second charge against the prison...

On Saturday last, the Primitive Methodist anniversary was held at Kaber, when about one hundred and fifty sat down to an excellent tea.
THE REV. W. SHIPLEY, of Kirkby Stephen, afterwards addressed the meeting in an interesting manner.




St. James, April 11, 1777.

Ceremonial of the Knighthood and Investiture of MAJOR-GENERAL HENRY CLINTON, KNIGHT OF THE BATH.

THE Knights and Officers of the Order attended in the Privy Chamber in thei...




TO be SOLD, in Public Sale, on Wednesday the 14th of May next, and the following Days, at the George Inn in COCKERMOUTH, the Property of JOHN YOUNGHUSBAND, being a large Assortment of household goods and furnitu...


At this market there was only a small supply of wheat, and the  prices were
16s to 17s. Barley sold at 11s 6d. A fair supply of oats, which sold  at 8s 3d.
Indian corn keeps dear, and little doing in store wheat.



FOUND on New Year's Day, 1874, at BROWNHOW, near Blencow Station, a BOX
containing VALUABLES.

The Owner can have it by describing the articles, on applying to GEO.
JOHNSTON, Newbiggin, Dacre, and paying all expenses.


Further explorations by Mr. ROBINSON and other in a field near the well  
known Roman Road at Maryport resulted in unearthing a Roman altar or monumental  
stone on Saturday.

It consists of an octagonal shaft springing from a fluted base; on the  upp...

To be Sold by Public Auction, at the Red Lion Inn, in Penrith, on Thursday
the 23d instant,

A Number of MARBLE CHIMNEY PIECES, of various colours and sizes. -
The Sale to commence at One o'Clock.


Estate in Roxburghshire.

To be Sold, by Public Roup, within Stephenson's Rooms, Royal Exchange,
Edinburgh, on Wednesday, the 19th day of June, 1844, at Two o'clock


and BLACKHOPE, all as described in former Advertisements, situated upon the
River Liddle, in the Parish of Castleton, and County of Roxburgh.

The present STOCK upon the Hill Farm, may be taken by the Purchaser at a

JOHN RUTHERFORD, W.S., 11, Queen-street, Edinburgh, will exhibit the
Title-deeds and Articles of Roup, and furnish printed Descriptions and
lithographed Plans of the Estate.

Mr. ANDERSON, Overseer at Larriston, will give all local information.


House at Baldwinholme for Sale.

To be Sold by Auction, upon the Premises, on Wednesday the 22nd day of May,
1844, at Six o'clock in the Evening precisely, (unless previously disposed
of by Private Contract, of which due Notice will be given),

A Substantial FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE, with the Out-offices, Gardens, and
Orchard adjoining, pleasantly situated in the Village of BALDWINHOLME, in
the parish of Orton, in the County of Cumberland, about 4 miles north-west
[sic] of Carlisle, in the occupation of Messrs. Edward and Jacob TWENTYMAN.

The House has been recently erected, and the Orchard is well stocked with
choice Fruit Trees of various kinds.

For further particulars apply to Mr. DAN TWENTYMAN, of Botcherby, the owner,
or to Mr. DOBINSON, Solicitor, Carlisle.

JOS. WILSON, Auctioneer.
Carlisle, 8th May, 1844.


Quarry Hill Estate, in the Parish of Bolton, in the County of Cumberland.

To be Sold, in Public Sale, on Tuesday, the 21st Day of May, 1844, at the
George Inn, in Wigton,

All that Desirable FREEHOLD ESTATE, called QUARRY HILL, in the Parish of
Bolton, in the County of Cumberland, (late the Property of JOHN DAND, Esq.,
deceased), situate about five miles from Wigton, and eleven miles from
Cockermouth, consisting of a MANSION HOUSE, THREE COTTAGES, and
about 104 Acres, statute measure, of excellent LAND.

The Mansion House is a modern Building, adapted for, and capable of
accommodating a Large Family, and was built by the late Henry MARSHALL,
Esq., for his residence. It commands an extensive prospect of the Cumberland
and Scotch Mountains, the Solway Firth, and the surrounding Country, and is
suitable for the residence of any Gentleman fond of Field Sports. The Land
is in good condition, and of an excellent quality, and nearly the whole has
been grazed for upwards of the last forty years, and offers a desirable
investment for Capital.

The Estate is subject to several Lord's Rents, amounting together to £3 6s.
3¼d., to Major-General WYNDHAM, Lord of the Manor of Bolton.

Coals and Lime are in the immediate neighbourhood. The Estate may be viewed
at any time on application to Mr. WILLIAM GRAVE, the principal Tenant; or to
Mr. JACOB HEWITSON, of Newlands Row; and further particulars may be known on
application to Mr. SAMUEL RIGG, of Wigton, Bank Agent; or at the Office of
Mr. STUDHOLME, Solicitor, in Wigton, where a Plan of the Estate may be seen.

Wigton, 16th April, 1844.