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Bradshaw’s Guide

Wetheral

Pleasantly situated on the Eden, with its old church, in which is Nolleken’s beautiful monument of Mrs Howard, of Corby, and effigies of the Salkelds and Howards. There is a pretty walk to Wetheral Safeguards, or St. Constantine’s three caves, the Hermitage, and Folly summer-house, from which a most magnificent view may be obtained. The gate of the Priory, founded by Randulph de Meschines, in 1088, is in a beautiful state of preservation. On the left is Warwick Hall, the seat of Mrs. Parker, close to an old chinch and cotton factory.

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