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hanks of the Derwent. 17 Along the foot of the 381 tons probably the Arbeja It is a large quadrangular
of the Notitia. cliffs of new red sandstructure, of considerable antiquity. Mary Queen
stone which here line of Scots took refuge here
the coast, to on landing in England, WHITEHAVEN (p. 289). 40 Whitehaven Castle, after the battle of Lang
Earl of Lonsdale. side; and the apartment which she occupied is still distinguished as the Queen's Chamber.
CVII. LONDON TO WHITEHAVEN, BY PRESTON, FLEETWOOD, AND
RAVENGLASS, 293} Miles.
ON RIGHT PROM LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND.
cr. river Ehen.
8} Braystones St. 285 St Bees Head, on the Beckermet.
summit of which is a Egremont, 2 miles (see Nethertown St. 2864 light-house, is a fine bluff p. 326.)
promontory of new red 4 St Bees St.
2897 sandstone, 222 feet in Linethwaite.
(see p. 291.)
Thence proceed inland, Rotington. Whitehaven Castle,
through a beautiful valley St Bees Lighthouse.
to Earl of Lonsdale.
(p. 289.) From London to Whitehaven, by way of Lancaster, Carlisle, and Maryport by railway), is 3374 miles.
CVIII. CARLISLE TO NEWCASTLE, BY RAILWAY, 591 Miles.
Wetheral. Here are 57 Scotby St. 1! Warwick Hall. the ruins of a priory, and 55% Wetheral St. 33 Edmond Castle, Sir S. a very cursus cavern.
Graham, Bart. Corby Cast.e, (P. H. 523 How Mill St. 6 Brampton, a very anHoward, Esq.) a very fine 49 Milton St. 101 cient place, surrounded mansion with beautiful
by hills, and supposed to grounds, which are open
have been the Rounan to the public.
Bremeturacum. The Castle-hill commands a very extensive prospect. About 2 miles from the town, on a rockoverhanging the Gelt, is the celebrated Roman inscription
noticed by Camden. Pop. 46 Low Row St. 137 1851, 3014
Naworth Castle, formerly the baronial mansion of the Dacres of the North. It is now the property of the Earl of Carlisle.
Ruins of Lanercost Rose Hill St. 17 Priory:
Gilsland Spa, a much, At a distance, Feather
frequented watering. stone Castle; ruins of
place, situated in the Bellister Castle.
romantic vale of Irthing.
Here Sir Walter Scot 401 Greenhead St. 19 first met Miss p