||Sums of money in the guide are sometimes given as
"£" preceding the sum, and sometimes as "l." following the sum. I've
regularised all such as "£". Some of the punctuation would be regarded today as
eccentric; this, and old and incorrect spellings, have been left unchanged.
- Chapter 1 - Approach to
Carlisle from the north.
- Chapter 2 - Ancient
state of Carlisle.
- Chapter 3 - Present
state of Carlisle - trade &c.
- Chapter 4 - Public
edifices, institutions, &c.
- Chapter 5 - Political
history of Carlisle.
- Chapter 6 - Antiquities
- Roman Wall, &c.
- Chapter 7 - A list of eminent men, natives of the county.
The entries from this chapter have been included within Cumberland's
- Chapter 8 - A list of
all the parishes, chapelries, townships, villages, gentlemen's seats, mines, minerals,
&c. in the county.
- Chapter 9 - The route
from Carlisle by the east.
- Chapter 10 - The return
to Carlisle from the south.
- Chapter 1 - Route by
Blackhall, and Hesket-new-market, to Keswick - 28 miles.
- Chapter 2 - Route by
Dalston to Rose Castle.
- Chapter 3 - Face of
the Country to Bowness - 14 miles.
- Chapter 4 - Face of
the Country to Wigton - Description of that place.
- Chapter 5 -
Gentlemen's Seats, and Description of the Country to Ireby.
- Chapter 6 - Route to
- Chapter 7 -
Description of Workington, &c.
- Chapter 8 - Route to
Cockermouth, Harrington, &c.
- Chapter 9 - Tour
through the Lakes, &c.
Jollie's Guide included maps of Carlisle, Whitehaven, and
Workington. These can be accessed via the map index.
Jollie's Principal Inhabitants of
These transcriptions have all been proof-read, but anyone relying on these lists to help
in their family research is advised to contact Steve Bulman for confirmation that the
particular data is accurate.
Lists from several other directories are
available at Roland Grigg's web-site which can be found here.
Jollie's "Cumberland Guide & Directory,