A bell, probably the dinner bell of the mansion, is in the town hall of keswick, and is of fine tone.
On the night before that meeting, David had reached keswick, where Una was staying.
Certainly the cause was neither a sudden dislike of keswick, nor a diminution of his affectionate regard for Mr. and Mrs. Calvert.
Be sure you inform me whether or no I did take these books from keswick.
He led an unsettled life until 1804, when he established himself at keswick in the Lake country, where he spent his life.
I cannot chitchat with Scotchmen while you are at keswick, childless!
Why, I mind the time when in keswick it was but sixteen pence.
And so we had, to be sure, having most of us been up to Carlisle and keswick.
He still kept his shop in keswick, and still made coats and trousers for Cumberland statesmen.
At keswick the annual mean is 60.02, at Grasmere about 80 ins.