But the mountains of Wales and the moors of Cornwall and Cumbria did not greatly tempt the settler.
Then Jefferson got a small legacy and bought the wreck of the Cumbria.
"We'll know in another hour or two whether we're pumping out the Cumbria or pumping in the creek," he said.
"The Cumbria should lie about north from here up the biggest creek," said Austin.
Mr. Austin tried to convey the same impression when he told me what they were doing on board the Cumbria.
Thus all vestiges of the old British Church of Cumbria had entirely disappeared before 1150.
She wouldn't even listen when I wanted to talk about Harry and the Cumbria.
Its northern line was for centuries the boundary between the Anglian rule, and the Celtic kingdom of Cumbria.
You know we coaled the Cumbria before she went out to West Africa.
A Frenchman chartered her, but he's dead now, as is almost everybody connected with the Cumbria.