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" In these mountains (Crossfell), towards the northeast part of the county, is a very remarkable phenomenon, such as we have not found any account of elsewhere in the kingdom, except only about Ingleton, and other places bordering upon the mountains of... "
The history and antiquities of the counties of Westmorland and Cumberland - Page 7
by Joseph Nicolson, Richard Burn, William Nicolson, Daniel Scott, Henry Hornyold-Strickland - 1777
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 45

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1778
...covered, as it wen, with one large fwarm,' p. 3. The account of the helm-wind is indeed more fingular. * In thefe mountains, towards the north-eaft part of...days together, hovers over the mountain tops, the iky being clear in other parts. "When this cloud appears, the country people fay the helm is up ; which...
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Ullsmere; a poem [by J.C. Bristow].

John Charles Bristow - Cumbria (England) - 1835 - 271 pages
...of the count}', is a very remarkable phenomenon, such as we have not found any account of elsewhere in the kingdom, except only about Ingleton and other...Penigent, in the confines of the counties of York and Lancaster. It is called a Helm-wind. A rolling-cloud, sometimes for three or four days together, hovers...
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Westmoreland and Cumberland dialects. Dialogues, poems, songs, and ballads ...

Westmorland dialect - 1839 - 403 pages
...of the county, is a very remarkable phenomenon, such as we have not found any account of elsewhere in the kingdom, except only about Ingleton, and other...Penigent, in the confines of the counties of York and Lancaster; it is called a helmwind. A rolling cloud, sometimes for three or four days together, hovers...
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Westmoreland and Cumberland Dialects: Dialogues, Poems, Songs, and Ballads

John Russell Smith - English language - 1839 - 403 pages
...of the county, is a very remarkable phenomenon, such as we have not found any account of elsewhere in the kingdom, except only about Ingleton, and other...Penigent, in the confines of the counties of York and Lancaster ; it is called a helmwind. A rolling cloud, sometimes for three or four days together, hovers...
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The worthies of Westmorland: or, notable persons born in that county since ...

George Atkinson (serjeant-at-law.) - 1849
...of the county, is a very remarkable phenomenon, such as we have not found any account of elsewhere in the kingdom, except only about Ingleton and other...Penigent, in the confines of the counties of York and Lancaster. It is called a HELM-WIND. A rolling cloud, sometimes for three or four days together, hovers...
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