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From the Inn at Patterdale, which is at the head of Ulls Water, to the Inn at Powley Bridge at its foot, it is ten miles; Powley Bridge is five miles from Penrith, and seven miles north of the foot of Haws Water.



Is finely situated upon the river Eamont, about one mile from Penrith on the new road, and two miles upon the old road; it is a ruin deservedly admired for its beauty, and worthy an artist's attention.



Askham Church is delightfully situated on the western banks of the river Lowther; and the bridge over that river, at the end of the village of Askham, is seen beyond the church: the vicarage, which commands a fine view of the river, adjoins the churchyard. Lowther rectory appears on the left of the church.
On the high wooded bank which runs on the western side of the Lowther, is a fine walk among the trees, called the Rash, which is one of the beautiful appendages of the domains at Lowther.



Haws Water is three miles long, and generally about half a mile across; a richly wooded promontory, which from the lower grounds appears to cut the lake in two, shoots boldly towards the opposite shores, and here it is scarcely more
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