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    The parish of Furness

    How (2,625 ft.), Grey Friar (2,537 ft.), Coniston Old Man , the highest point in the county (2,633 ft.), Dow Crag (2,558 ft.), and Brown Pike (2,239 ft.) in the massive northern group, and the minor height named Caw (1,735 Victoria County History

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    ; Lancelot, 209 n ; Thos., 150 n , 209 n , 222 n Dowbon , Will., 162 n Dow Crag , 286 Downes , Rog., 76 n , 92 Downfaid ( Skerton ), 60 n Downflat ( Skerton ), Victoria County History

    Extracts from the Accounts, Town Treasurer, 1554-5

    takin of ane greit gebet furth of the nether tolbuith and beiring of it to the hecht of the Dow Crag, to haif hangit hommill Jok on, and down bringing of it agane to Sanct Paullis Wark, xij d Item, British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE PASS OF THREE SHIRES. *W.rynose ina Storm. Old Christopher North, whose judgment iso mecan dispute, calls the pass over Walna Sear from ConistonI village round to the head of Duddon, one of the grandest walks in the north Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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