27 A List op the Inhabitants op Craven, and Bordering Districts, Five Centuries Ago ...
29 A List of Craven Men, who fought at Flodden Field, A.
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CHAPTER IX., Lawkland and the Scar Caves 138 A lovely walk — Lanes of wild flowers — Lawkland — The Old Hall of the Inglebys — The smallest church in Yorkshire — Cross Streets and the Roman highway — Buckhaw Brow — Kelcowe Cave — Buckhaw Brow Cave — Cave Ha', an old bear den — Interesting discoveries — Austwick Beck — A story of the coaching days. 135 Inglebborough from the Railway, neae \ Lawkland ...
i v I 9 CHAPTER V., Around Smearside 107 An archaeological ramble — Ancient barrow with skeleton — Dead Man's Cave- Remains of Celtic Walls— Smearside— Splendid prospect— Roman Watch-tower — Roman Camp— Ice-travelled stones. Catterick Glen 113 A trip to Catterick— Lan gel iff e Hall — The Dawsons — Memorials of Sir Isaac Newton — Langclifl'e Village — Its former site — The Naked Woman Inn — Winskill — "Lang Tom," the poet — The open Moor — Catterick Force and Glen— Lovely Scenery. CHAPTER VIIL, Up Ribblesdale from Settle 128 Up the Ribble — The Settle and Carlisle railway — Some interesting features of its construction — Particulars of viaducts and tunnels — Enormous difficulties — Longest tunnels in England — Winskill Rock — Tremendous blast— Stainforth — Its former importance— The old Knights of Stainforth — A horse's skull found buried in Giggleswick church — Early property transactions — Stainforth Force — A wild walk — The oldest rocks in Yorkshire — Scientific aspects of the scenery — Glacial drift and boulders— Some remarkable examples.