The morning sun ligfhts the distant fells beyond Lake Buttermere. Taken from Crag Wood, on the northern shore of the lake.
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17th Century Orton Hall
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This musical conductor is best known for composing 'Rule Britannia'
He was the conductor of the Drury Lane Theatre, then Covent Garden
He lived from 1710-1778
17 October, 1346
Battle of Neville's Cross
Invading Scots under David II are defeated near Durham. David is captured, his nephew Robert the Steward becomes Regent of Scotland
This monarch was Elector of Hanover when he became king of England in 1714
He followed Anne to the throne of England
He spoke no English