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Solway Firth
Solway Firth
Solway Firth
Solway Firth
Solway Frith
Solway Frith
Solway Frith
Solway Frith
James Hunter
Black's Co. [County] Maps
Lloyd's Map of England
Ordce. [Ordnance] 6" Map of Kirkcudbright
Maps in Statistical Acct. [Account] of Dumfries
Genl. [General] Roy's Map of Gt. [Great] Britain
Walker's Map of Scotland
Johnstone's Co. [County] Map
Crawford's Co. [County] Map
060; 061; 065; 066 [Situation] Washing Carlaverock Parish on the South A large bay projecting from the Irish Sea Eastward between England and Scotland and washing the Parish of Carlaverock on the south and South-west at which latter point the River Nith forms a long and gradually expanding estuary between Dumfries-shire and Kirkcudbrightshire also Lochar Water at the S.E. [South East] point forms a considerable estuary separating Carlaverock from Ruthwell Parish. The Solway Frith is said to measure 58 miles in length, 37 miles at its entrance and to have a maximum breadth of 19 miles and minimum of 8 miles - and a mean breadth of about 13 miles - it is chiefly remarkable for the peculiar phenomena of its tides- Ordinary tides rise from 10 to 12 feet Spring tides to 20 feet.-

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Parish of Carlaverock

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