The journey began well, as Washington managed to collect some rent from war-ravaged tenants in Cumberland.
One woman, Linda Krone of Cumberland, Maryland held a sign proclaiming: “Next time . . . elect an American.”
Separated from Frederick for 13 years, George II clearly favoured his second son, William, Duke of Cumberland.
Away north runs up Cumberland Beach, and among the trees and over a broad stretch of marsh gleam white the ruins of "Dungeness."
The masts of the Cumberland were protruding above the water.
All its English localities are in the lake district of Cumberland and Westmoreland.
Compare the surface of the wax with the surface of this slate from Borrodale in Cumberland.
Cumberland has blamed the manner, in which Volpone brings ruin on his head by insulting, in disguise, those whom he had duped.
When the war came on he was serving on the sloop-of-war Cumberland.
Cumberland was greatly esteemed by Queen Elizabeth, and always wore in his hat a glove which she had given him.