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  • For Years: 1840 - 1849

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

5 Apr 1845

Into state complete Repair. Apply to Mr. Davidson, City and District Bank ; Mr. Simpson, Annan. TO LET. be LET, and may be Entered on ntely, a good SHOP and DWELLING HOUSE, No. 5, Scotch Street, CARLISLE. Apply Mr. J. Rome. NEWCASTLE & CARLISLE RAILWAY

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Type: Advertisement
Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser Cumberland, England

29 May 1849

la«t week. Mr. James Molment of the birth. ~ , • „ his child, requeatlug that his funeral sermon ; tut, miner, aged years. A Malay hen, ot last year brood, to Mr. t yb m Ezekiel. The witness fullv be- Friday last, Mill, Abel Hoadle. sou Mr. Carr, of

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

4 Dec 1841

right arm and on* of bit legs. I'ievioutly to hi* leaving England be wa« enraged to young lady, to whom wao tenderly attached. Keeling acutely, hit return, that wa» a mere wreck, lie sent friend to the lady, informing her bit mutilated condition, and

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

22 Sep 1849

house of her non-in-law, Mr, I.nnpmiry. Tangier-street, Whitehaven. Mrs. Abigail Coolthard, relict of the late Mr. William C'oulthard, in the With year of her age. At Cockcrmooth. on .Sunday the 16th inst., Mrs. Thrclkeld, wife of Mr. 'Hirelkeld, tanner,

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

13 Feb 1846

thn #w*k, Mr. \oun, the spirited i>ropri<-tnr the Suit vspaper, has taken k<-kI care tliar all his friends shnnld lx* with the earliest posaihle report-, very important debate now in progress in the House of Commons. his exertions and those Mr. (Jeorqe

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

20 Dec 1844

having made on the Tuesday his body was found the Cal dew, about quarter of a mile from his own bouse, having taken off his coat and waistcoat before committed the rash act. An inquest was subsequently held upon the body before Mr. Garrick, coroner, when

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

20 Sep 1844

--- - - Ditto dl'to Mr. Milton, Bridge master, has presented donation £ I la. to the Cumberland Infirmary. Lady Brougham left Leamington Tlmrs tv to join laird Brougham Lancaster, and arrived Brougham Hall Satnnlav. I.ast week. Mr. Mosaop, of the Inn

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser Cumberland, England

16 Apr 1844

d«y week, the Loynl Scnle Force Lodge Mr. Kerap, the architect of Sir Walter Scott’s of the Independent « >rder Oddfellows celerated monument in Edinburgh, lost his life last week, by their anniversary, the house of Mr, Thomas Dobin> accidentally falling

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

31 Dec 1847

a(fed J ; ihe lionae of Rrcoeery, Mr. John lliley, tonn-rl> Braiu|iton. aife,l 60; S.iUdle I.anc, Mr. Clifford, aired 65; Backlioiiw's Walk, Miaa Mary Cook, 24 ; in F.n«. lish PanMr, Mr. Laird, .VI; and in Flap Green, Mrs Mary Mc.t'onuick, aged 71 yearn

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Type: FamilyNotice
Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser Cumberland, England

2 May 1848

for, as it informed by his spouse of the gallant proposals made to her shortly before his arrival, the drake attacked the luckless bird who would have supplanted him, beat out his eyes and inflicted so many injuries as to cause his death.”—Couc/t’s Ilbutratiom

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

27 Apr 1844

week, aged 77, Mrs. Dorothy Jackson, of Plumbland's Lane, a maiden lady; since our last, James, son of Mr. David Magee, baker, aged 3 years, and Jane, daughter of Mr. Joseph Henderson, carman, aged 8 months. At Egremont, on Monday last, Mr. George Brisco

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

28 Mar 1846

17th instant, in High Church Street, Mrs. Robinson, relict of the late Mr. Isaac Robinson, aged 77 years; at the Infirmary, on the same day, Mrs. Mary Ann Lewis, aged 44; in Bardy Lane, last week, Mrs. Grace Laird, widow, aged 80 years. At Sandwith, near

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

26 May 1849

of members tor and v*s|H*cially that Mr. Aglionby. The toast was drunk with great applause, and three times three. Mr. Auliunhv. in n*tumhif( thank«. saiil that hi>* Mr. Marsliall hail rijrhtly a|>|>rt'Hat<'hi* rvailm< - tin all eoutd promot.- the

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

18 Oct 1845

31b. Once round and a distance. Mr Merry's c John Harris, 3 yrs (H.Robinson) J Mr A. Johnston's eh c Sir Harry, 3 yrs 0 2 Mr J. Brown's f Ferona, 4 yrs 0 Mr. Henderson's Speculation ran away with his rider before starting for tbis race

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

2 Oct 1846

few days. Thursday, Mr. Mills, Lord Banclagh, and his sister, the Hon. Miss Jones sailed for the Clyde in Mr. Mill’s splendid yacht; on Saturday, Ijidy Frederick Bentinck and Dr. Barry, took their departure; and on Monday, Mr. and Mrs. oadwood the Hon.

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

2 Aug 1845

Bentinck's Farthing Candle, 2 yrs (Kitchener) 0 11 Mr. Cooke's Auticula, yrs 4 p Mr. S. Herbert's f Elis, yrs 2 Duke Richmond's by Mus, 3 yrs 3 5c Mr. Kinir'x Harem, yrs 3 if Mr. Sister Pompey, 2 <1 ,Mr. Barlow's Spartacu-, yrs 0 Won in a canter. The Ham

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

26 Mar 1842

post-office : Mr. R. Irving. Carlisle: Mr. Moses Mawson. Emerald, near Carlisle. Cumberland; J Thompson, F.sq , Carlisle; Miss R. Lander, with Mr. Rathleigh, Regent's Hark. Carlisle, Cumlterland ; Mr. miller, Steel Hill, near Carlisle; Mr. Carlisle, Wetheral

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Carlisle Patriot

Carlisle Patriot Cumberland, England

12 May 1849

htai. eoniprvh.-ndine In* throuirh the hlemunK of licul. (Appbus.-.) Mr. Frost ••.inianmMWto cowcaption, hh Urth. his flijriil his rhide.i his lona and ahh-nddrvs hi- hearer* to his death, the expiat- diligent in tlnvw- ldesse.| Liho'ir.. following the

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Carlisle Journal

Carlisle Journal Cumberland, England

26 Mar 1842

the devil should have his due. Jonathanisms. —There is a man Massachusets so straitened in his circumstances that he obliged to get his waistcoats made at a lunatic asylum.—There is a another who has lived long the State of O-hi-o that he can't pay anybody

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Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser

Cumberland Pacquet, and Ware's Whitehaven Advertiser Cumberland, England

15 Mar 1842

oolk : and it was for his eminent services during the Affghan war that he was created a baronet by her Majesty, at the recommendation of her ministers. His venerable father, now in his year, is still living at, we believe, his seat in Ireland, having

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