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fortnight"s ramble to the Lakes in Westmoreland, Lancashire and Cumberland

Joseph Budworth

fortnight"s ramble to the Lakes in Westmoreland, Lancashire and Cumberland

by Joseph Budworth

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Published by printed for J. Nichols in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lake District (England) -- Description and travel.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby a Rambler.
    ContributionsNichols, John, 1745-1826, publisher.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxx11,292p. ;
    Number of Pages11292
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17116952M

    A fortnight's ramble to the lakes in Westmoreland Lancashire, and Cumberland. By a rambler. by: Palmer, Joseph, Published: (). Title: The lakes of Lancashire, Westmorland, and Cumberland: delineated in forty-three engravings, from drawings by Joseph Farington, R.A. with descriptions historical, topographical, and picturesque: the result of a tour made in the summer of the year / by Thomas Hartwell Horne.

    6: Teacher's Book, Sarah Phillips, Peter Redpath, , Foreign Language Study, pages. This updated course, now over seven levels, gives you even more brain-challenging activities and cross-curricular lessons. With new Online Practice, more opportunities for Niall. “Here the river Eimet, flowing out of a great Lake and for a good space dividing this shire from Cumberland, receiveth the river Loder into it, nere unto the spring head whereof, hard by Shape, in times past Hepe, a little monastery built by Thomas the sonne of Gospatrick, sonne of Orms, there is a well or fountaine which after the manner of Euripus ebbeth and floweth many times in a day.

    Genre/Form: Guidebooks: Additional Physical Format: Online version: West, Thomas, Guide to the lakes in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire. A great introduction to the north eastern and central lakes along generally good paths. Explore Ullswater, one of the most interesting of the Lakes, from the nearby fells and lakeshore. Stay in Grasmere, location of Dove Cottage, William Wordsworth's home. Explore bustling Lakeland villages and towns - lots of outdoor shops and good food!


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Nichols Publication Date:   Source: Joseph Budworth, A Fortnight’s Ramble to the Lakes in Westmoreland, Lancashire, and Cumberland (London: J. Nichols, [orig. pub. ]), pp. Production: William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice, Keswick, Text: In the evening we went to see the Merchant of Venice in an unroofed house.

The sky was visible through niches of boards laid across. A Guide to the Lakes in Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire ECCO database Eighteenth century collections online: Author: Thomas West: Edition: 3: Publisher: B.

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web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. One of the numerous tourist guide published to satisfy the curiosity generated by the new breed of tourists was Joseph Palmer’s 'A Fortnight’s Ramble in the Lakes in Westmorland, Lancashire.

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John, Cynthia Morgan, fmo ; Wordsworth Collection. A guide to the lakes in Cumberland, Westmoreland and Lancashire. Thomas West. Richardson, - pages. 0 Reviews.

Preview this book A guide to the lakes in Cumberland, Westmoreland and Lancashire: Author: Thomas West: Edition: 4: Publisher: Richardson, Original from. The Lakes of Cumberland and Lancashire. John Cary in Cary's New Itinerary. Manchester-Salford. Water Street/Quay Street. Plan of the Castlefield Basin Area.

Proceedings of the Committee of the House of Commons on the Liverpool and Manchester Railroad Bill. Manchester-Salford. Water Street/Quay Street. (Detail) Lancashire. Mary was a paragon of loveliness and first noticed by Joseph Palmer, who stayed at the inn in Palmer later wrote “A Fortnight’s Ramble to the Lakes in Westmoreland, Lancashire, and Cumberland” that was published in In the book Palmer described Mary as follows: “She brought in part of our dinner, and seemed to be about.

Cumberland. John Gibson in New and Accurate Maps of the Counties of England and Wales McMaster University, Banks Collection. The Road from London to Carlisle. Gibson in the London Magazine (Starting at Darlaston, Ches. via Staffs.,Cheshire, Lancashire, Westmoreland, Cumberland and Northumberland) Cumberland.

The mountains consist of various ridges belonging to the Pennine and Cumbrian chains. Helvellyn, on the Cumberland border, rises to a height of ft.

The western part of the co. is within the Lake District, and contains Hawes Water, Grasmere, Rydal Water, and Ullswater on the Cumberland border, and Windermere on the Lancashire border.

The County of Westmorland is a mountainous shire, with some of the grandest scenery of the is bounded to the north and west by Cumberland, to the south and south-west by Lancashire and to the east by Yorkshire and County Durham. Westmorland is England's most unspoilt county, almost entirely rural, dotted with small villages and modest towns in the dales, each looking up at the fells.

Later, Edward Baines would go even further in his A Companion to the Lakes of Cumberland, Westmoreland and Lancashire (), insisting that she ‘preserved her virtue, unsullied and unsuspected.’ So far, so praiseworthy. A Guide to the Lakes.

in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire, the Author of the Antiquities of Furness [Paperback] West, Thomas ISBN ISBN.

This website and associated newspapers adhere to the Independent Press Standards Organisation's Editors' Code of Practice. If you have a complaint about the editorial content which relates to inaccuracy or intrusion, then please contact the editor you are dissatisfied with the response provided you can contact IPSO here.2 his travel book A Fortnight’s Ramble to the Lakes in Westmoreland, Lancashire, and Cumberland of This earlier trip had itself included some notable climbing feats alongside the more standard ascents of Skiddaw and the Old Man of Coniston.Captain Budworth [Joseph Palmer], A Fortnight’s Ramble to the Lakes in Westmoreland, Lancashire, and Cumberland (London: Hookham & Carpenter, ), Google Scholar