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" Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half-a-mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river runs with very great rapidity over a bed of solid rock, broken by many shelving descents, down which the stream dashes with great noise and impetuosity,... "
Robinson's guide to Richmond - Page 54
by W R. Robinson - 1833 - 101 pages
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: Rokley; a poem

Sir Walter Scott - Poetry - 1813
...Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river runs...etymology, which has been derived from the Gothic, GRIDAN, to clamour. The banks partake of the same wild and romantic character, being chiefly lofty...
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Rokeby;: a poem

Sir Walter Scott - Marston Moor, Battle of, England, 1644 - 1813 - 333 pages
...Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river runs...etymology, which has been derived from the Gothic, GRIDAN, to clamour. The banks partake of the same wild and romantic character, being chiefly lofty...
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The poetical works of Walter Scott

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1820
...Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river runs...etymology, which has been derived from the Gothic, GRIDAN, to clamour. The banks partake of the same wild and romantic character, being chiefly lofty...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Baronet, Volume 8

Sir Walter Scott - English poetry - 1821
...Mortham; the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river runs...etymology, which has been derived from the Gothic, GRID AN, to clamour. The banks partake of the same wild and romantic character, being chiefly lofty...
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The poetical works of sir Walter Scott

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1823
...Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river runs...etymology, which has been derived from the Gothic, GKIDAN , to clamour. The banks partake of the same wild and romantic character, being chiefly lofty...
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British Castles: Or, A Compendious History of the Ancient Military ...

Theodore Henry Fielding - Castles - 1825 - 72 pages
...the former situated on the left bank of the Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river runs...great rapidity over a bed of solid rock, broken by shelving descents, down which the stream dashes with great noise and impetuosity, vindicating its etymology,...
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An historical, topographical and descriptive view of the county ..., Volume 2

Eneas Mackenzie, Metcalf Ross - 1834
...Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. " The river...etymology, which has been derived from the Gothic, GRIDAN, to clamour. The banks partake of the same wild and romantic character, being chiefly lofty...
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Rokeby; a poem

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1842
...Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river runs...etymology, which has been derived from the Gothic, GRIDAN, to clamour. The banks partake of the same wild and romantic character, being chiefly lofty...
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The Historic Lands of England, Volume 1

Sir Bernard Burke - England - 1848
...situated, the former, on the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right. about half-a-mile nearer to the junction with the Tees. The river runs with very great...etymology, which has been derived from the Gothic " Gridem," "to clamour." The banks partake of the same wild and romantic character, being chiefly lofty...
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