About this time two men were drowned in the eddies of the nidd.
(c) I conceive it should be Knaresborough, by which the river nidd runs.
Sir William's residence was in the valley of the nidd, "one of the most romantic, picturesque, and wealthy vales in England."
There is a little river in England called the nidd, and on its high banks stand the ruins of a castle.
Its remains, however, are of the 14th century, and include a massive keep rising finely from a cliff above the nidd.
Held back by a mill the naturally impetuous nidd runs in a deep and slow channel beneath the town.
The nidd, though of much shorter course, runs down exactly parallel with the Wharfe, one lofty wall of moors alone dividing them.