The letter she had received directed her to a beautiful mansion near skipton in Craven.
On August 3rd she left skipton, arriving at Pomfret on the 5th.
During the Scottish raids of the fourteenth century, the prior and canons had frequently to retreat to skipton for safety.
"Nothing like black and white, you know," he added, aside to skipton.
The castle of skipton was the chief residence of the Cliffords.
The castle chapels at Nottingham and skipton were rectories.
The shades of evening were falling over the forest lands around skipton, some week or ten days after the battle.
On the 26th he halted at skipton, to "fix his armes," and to send a message to York.
Under these circumstances, Branwell failed in his intended journey to skipton.
skipton has always been a central spot for the exploration of this southern portion of the dales.