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Ambleside

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Ambleside is a town in Cumbria, in North West England. Historically within the county of Westmorland, it is situated at the head of Windermere, England's largest lake. The town is within the Lake District National Park.

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Google previewLeigh's Guide to the Lakes and Mountains of Cumberland, Westmorland, And, Lancashire [etc.]. (1835)

by Samuel Leigh

AMBLESIDE Is a small market-town, with about 1,095 inhabitants, picturesquely situated on the steep declivity of a hill in the valley of the Rothay, which extends from the head of Windermere, towards the north. It is about one mile from the lake , ...

Google previewGuide to the Lakes and Mountains of Cumberland, Westmoreland and Lancashire ... (1832)

by M. A. Leigh

AMBLESIDE Is a small market town, with about 1095 inhabitants, picturesquely situated on the steep declivity of a hill in the valley of the Rothay, which extends from the head of AVindermere towards the north. It is about 1 mile from the lake, ...

Google previewLeigh's Guide to the Lakes and Mountains of Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire. With ... Maps (1832)

by Samuel LEIGH (Publisher.)

AMBLESIDE Is a small market town, with about 1095 inhabitants, picturesquely situated on the steep declivity of a hill in the valley of the Rothay, which extends from the head of Windermere towards the north. It is about 1 mile from the lake, ...

Google previewDear Old England (1861)

A Description of Our Fatherland by Jane Anne Winscom

Near Ambleside is a beautiful waterfall, called Stock Gill Force. It rushes down a narrow ravine overhung with ...

Google previewA Description of the Scenery in the Lake District, Intended as a Guide to Strangers ... (1839)

by William Ford

AMBLESIDE is a small market-town in the vale of the Rothay, romantically built on the side of a hill, commanding prospects of the vale, the parks of Rydal and Bratbay, and Windermere. Excellent quarters may be found at the Salutation, the ...

Google previewA description of the scenery in the Lake district (1839)

by William Ford (curate of Wythburn.)

Ambleside is a small market-town in the vale of the Rothay, romantically built on the side of a hill, commanding prospects of the vale, the parks of Rydal and Brathay, and Windermere. Excellent quarters may be found at the Salutation, the ...

Google previewNational Cyclopaedia of Useful Knowledge (1853)

Ambleside is a place pop Ambleside is a chapelry in the parishi Lune, over which is an ancient stone bridge. |Netherlands, N. by the German Ocean, E. by farnogue Point,. 843 WESTMORLAN D. are many well-cultivated farms. The climate is ...

Google previewThe Saturday Magazine (1838)

Ambleside is a place of great antiquity. Roman coins and ancient arms have frequently been found in its vicinity, and in a field near the head of Windermere, are slight traces of a Roman station. This fortress was situated at the junction of the ...

Google previewThe Saturday Magazine. Published Under the Direction of the Committee of General Literature and Education Appointed by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (1838)

Ambleside is a place of great antiquity. Roman coins and ancient arms have frequently been found in its vicinity, and in a field near the head of \Vindermere, are slight traces of a Roman station. This fortress was situated at the junction of the ...

Google previewThe Pocket Guide to the English Lakes; Being a Companion to Darton and Clark's Map of the Lake District (1843)

AMBLESIDE is an irregularly built town, but pleasantly PREFACE. ...

Google previewThe Geography of British History: a Geographical Description of the British Islands at Successive Periods from the Earliest Times to the Present Day: with a Sketch of the Commencement of Colonisation on the Part of the English Nation (1863)

by William HUGHES (F.R.G.S.)

Ambleside is a small town, beautifully situated near the head of Windermere, and (like Keswick in the adjoining county) is the resort of numerous tourists during the summer. Bowness, a populous village on the eastern shore of the lake, five ...

Google previewThe geography of British history (1863)

by William Hughes

Ambleside is a small town, beautifully situated near the head of Windermere, and (like Keswick in the adjoining county) is the resort of numerous tourists during the summer. Bowness, a populous village on the eastern shore of the lake, five ...

Google previewThe Rough Guide to England (2004)

by Robert Andrews, Rough Guides (Firm).

Ambleside is a good place to pick up walking gear and climbing equipment - classic old stores like F.W. Tyson (Market Place) and Wilt" Nicholson (Market Cross) complement specialists such as The Climber's Shop (Compston Corner) and ...

Google previewAn account of the principal pleasure tours in England and Wales (1822)

by England

Ambleside is an ordinary village, but delightfully seated. A cove of lofty mountains half encircles it on the north, and the Winander opens in front, near the shores of which it stands. A mountain stream forms a grand cascade about half a mile ...

Google previewThe treasury of geography, physical, historical, descriptive, and political (1860)

containing a succinct account of every country in the world: preceded by an introductory outline of the history of geography; a familiar inquiry into the varieties of race and language exhibited by different nations; and a view of the relations of geography to astronomy and the physical sciences by William Hughes, Samuel Maunder

Ambleside is a small towu, beautifully situated near the head of Windermere, and ...

Google previewWales - Zygophyllaceae (1843)

Ambleside is a place of considerable resort for visitors to the lakes of Cumberland and Westmoreland, and has some ...

Google previewPenny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (1843)

Ambleside is a place of ...

Google previewThe penny cyclopædia [ed. by G. Long]. (1843)

by George Long

Ambleside is a place of considerable resort for visitors to the lakes of Cumberland and Westmoreland, and has some good inns. The market, which is chiefly for provision*, w on Wednesday ; and there are two yearly lairs for cattle and general ...

Google previewCHAMBERS'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA A DICTIONARY OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE (1892)

The lakes are fed and emptied by beautiful mountain-Btreanis and becks, often forming noble waterfalls and forces, like Lodore Falls, near Derwentwater ; Dungeon Gill Falls, near Grasiuere ; Stockgill Force, near Ambleside ; Scale Force, ...

Google previewThe dictionary of watering places ... at home and abroad (1883)

by Dictionary

From Windermere or Bowness to Ambleside, Troutbeck, Coniston, Langdale, Grasmere, Rydal, Keswick, Derwentwater, St. Jchn's Vale, Skid- daw, Bassenthwaite, Borrowdale, But- termere, Wast Water, Patterdale, and Ullswater, finishing the ...

Google previewThe English Dialect Dictionary, Being the Complete Vocabulary of All Dialect Words Still in Use, Or Known to Have Been in Use During the Last Two Hundred Years: T-Z. Supplement. Bibliography. Grammar (1905)

by Joseph Wright

on the hill above Ambleside there ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopaedia (1901)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge

The lakes are fed and emptied by beautiful mountain-streams and becks, often forming noble waterfalls and forces, like Lodore Falls, near Derwentwater ; Dungeon Gill Falls, near Grasmere ; Stockgill Force, near Ambleside ; Scale Force, near ...

Google previewThe English Dialect Dictionary (1898)

Being the Complete Vocabulary of All Dialect Words Still in Use, Or Known to Have Been in Use During the Last Two Hundred Years; Founded on the Publications of the English Dialect Society and on a Large Amount of Material Never Before Printed by Joseph Wright

Ambleside. Bacon, Rev. M. J., Reading. Barnes, H. A., Farnworth, R.S.O. Baron, J., Blackburn. Barrett, Rev. R., Bepton Rectory. Barrs, Miss E. A., Rotherhithe, S.E. Barton, Rev. H. C. M., Christchurch, Hants. Bell, O., Tynemouth ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh gazetteer, or, Geographical dictionary (1822)

by Edinburgh gazetteer

Rydal, a village of England, in the county of Westmoreland, 2 miles from Ambleside, noted for the beautiful lake of Rydal water, a little to the west of Ambleside: this is about one mile in length. Its surface is varied with numerous little islands, ...

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Scrabble value of A1M3B3L1E1S1I1D2E1

The value of this 9-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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  • BEADLEISM
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