Britannia: or a Geographical description of the Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with the Isles and Territories thereto belonging.
In this part of the County there is never a but hath several places of note, amongst which are
a great wherein stood the only in this County, seated near the banks of founded by Son of in the twentieth year of King the First. Not far fromwhich there is a or which after the manner of ebbeth and floweth many times in a day: Also there are great in form of some of which are above 9 foot high, and 14 thick, being ranged as it were directly in a row for about a mile in length, and placed at equal distances from each other, which may seem to have been pitched, and erected for to continue the memorial of some worthy act there atchieved.
In the of formerly a at the nether end of is over the River Not far from hence is founded by Dr. late Provost of in
a small seated on the River over which it hath a fair but was formerly of note, being a now quite ruinated, many of the being taken away in the of the Sixth, for the repairing of in
a placed by the High-way side leading between and which is a large round Circle of ground, inclosing a fair Plain in the midst, and this the Country people will have to be a place made use of by the of the for their and there being two opposite passes to make their approaches in; and do therefore call it
Here are also other places of Antiquity, as the ruins of called with and and at the joyning of the River with that of is now belonging to the Countess of which seemeth to have been a place of some account in the time of the as appears by the several pieces of which have been there digged up.
On the banks of the River is the Seat of Sir Baronet, which beareth the name of whose Family hath there flourished beyond any Record, and do reckon thirty discents lineally from Father to Son, and all, or the greatest part as is made manifest by and by the of of the Families that they have matched withal: and 'tis further remarkable, that not only the carrieth the name of the but likewise the the the and a
 Arthurs Round table.