The ample cumbrian kitchen would have afforded plenty of room, even for a larger separation.
They had the old cumbrian horror of an accident to the dead.
Her poems, which were not collected until 1842, depict cumbrian life and manners with truth and vivacity.
A burly cumbrian came into the box, and gave the name of Thomas Scroope.
Then behind are the finest of cumbrian mountains, and in front terraced gardens, and the not far distant sea.
For the cumbrian Heroic Age our information is sadly deficient.
But how could this be, seeing that the Criffel and cumbrian erratics occur side by side in one and the same deposit?
On the west is the cumbrian group, where the highest summits in England are found.
The history of cumbrian heroic poetry is easily intelligible when taken in connection with the national history.
It may have been on the cumbrian coast, or in the Isle of Man.