|Names of the Seats.
||Owners or Occupiers.
||Robert Sanderson Milbourn, Esq.
||Wilfred Lawson, Esq.
||Rt. Hon. Thomas Wallace.
||Henry Howard, Esq.
||Edward Hasell, Esq.
||Joseph Dykes Ballantine Dykes, Esq.
||Thomas Stanger Leathes, Esq.
||John Christian, Esq.
||Mrs. Joliffe, (rented by the Rev. Isaac Robinson.)
||Major Skeffington Lutwidge.
||Occupied by J.O. Yates, Esq. (the property of the Earl of Lonsdale.)
||Andrew Huddleston, Esq.
||Edmund Lamplugh Irton, Esq.
||The property of Wilfred Lawson, Esq. (unoccupied.)
||Thomas Irwin, Esq.
||Timothy Smallwood Featherstonhaugh, Esq.
||Thomas Hartley, Esq.
||Rev. Thomas Pattinson.
||John Spedding, Esq.
||Burgh on Sands
||Joseph Liddell, Esq.
||Humphrey Senhouse, Esq.
||St. Mary's Carlisle
||Rev. S. Bateman.
||Edward Stanley, Esq.
||James Graham, Esq.
||Lt. Col. Lacy.
||Richard Lowthian Ross, Esq.
||John Orfeur Yates, Esq.
||William Browne, Esq.
||William Ponsonby Johnson, Esq.
||Robert Warwick, Esq.
||Chapelry of Wreay
||Executors of the late John Losh, Esq.
||John Christian Curwen, Esq.
The following are amongst the ancient seats of the Cumberland gentry,
which, having gone to decay, are for the most part fitted up as farm-houses ;
Cardew and Warnell-halls, seats of the Dentons; Catterlen, a seat of the
Vaux family; Croglin-hall, of the Towrys; Dalegarth, of the Stanleys;
Drawdykes, of the Aglionbys; Greenthwaite-hall, of the Haltons; Harbybrow, of the Highmores; Huthwaite-hall, of the Swinburns; Hawksdalehall, of the Nicolsons ; High-head-castle, of the Richmonds ; Hardrigg-hall,
of the Southaics; Ilekirk, of the Barwis's; Lamplugh-hall, of the Lamplughs; Lanercost Abbey, of the Dacres; Millom-castle, of the Huddlestons;
Newton-Regny, Ribton, and Wythorp, of the Lowthers; Salter-hall and
White-hall, of the Salkelds; Seascales, of the Senhouses ; Seaton-hall of the
Askews; Scales-hall, of the Broughams; Warthole, of the Dykes family;
and Whitbeck, of the Parkes.
Forests and Deer-Parks.
The forest of Inglewood, formerly so abounded in venison, that King
Edward I. during a few days which he spent in Cumberland for the purpose
of hunting, is said to have killed 200 bucks in it (fn. 1) . The prior and convent
of Carlisle had the tithe of venison in this forest (fn. 2) . The Duke of Devonshire is the present proprietor of this forest, which was granted by King
William III. to the Earl of Portland.
There were formerly deer-parks at Cockermouth, Naworth, Brampton,
Isel, Brayton, Castlerigg, Ulpha (fn. 3) , Millom, &c. and a paddock at Crookdake.
The Duke of Norfolk has extensive deer parks at Greystock and Gowbarrow (fn. 4) . There are deer parks also at Muncaster and Crofton, and a
paddock at Nether-hall.