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yet beheld. Here present themselves an arrangement of vast mountains, entirely new, both in form and coloring of rock; large hollow craters scooped in their bosoms, once the seeming seats of raging liquid fire, though at present overflowing with the purest water, that foams down the craggy brows; other woods ornament their base, and other lakes, clear as the Derwent, lie at their feet. The softer part of these scenes are verdant hills patched with wood, spotted with rock, and pastured with herds and flocks.
The ride is along Swinside; and having turned the brow of the hill, and passed the first houses, through which the road leads, observe at the gate on the right, a view down a narrow vale, which is pleasing in a high degree.
|-- "Newland Vale" -- Newlands Valley (?)|
|-- Keswick to Buttermere|
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