button to main menu  Simpson's Agreeable Historian, 1746

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[Fortifica]tion, being a Pile of Stones heaped up in the Form of a Horseshoe, called Mayburgh. At this Place a Peace was concluded in 926, between King Ethelstan, Constantine King of Scots, and other Princes.
For the rest we refer to Mr. Camden, and the other Antiquaries.
The Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of this County are,
  Pendragon Castle
Pendragon Castle, twelve Miles from Appleby, the Seat of the Earl of Thanet, Hereditary Sheriff of the County.
  Beltham Castle
At Beltham Castle, seven Miles from Kendale, the Earl of Derby's.
  Lowther Hall
At Lowther Hall, near Ulles-Water, the Lord Viscount Lonsdale.
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button -- "Beltham Castle" -- Beetham Hall (?)
button -- "Lowther Hall" -- Lowther Castle
button -- "Mayburgh" -- Mayburgh
button -- "Pendragon Castle" -- Pendragon Castle

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