Also contains a list of residents and businesses for each place. Praze (Crowan), July 15, for cattle & pleasure; a feast on the nearest Sun. If a dun or iron stonte be met with, forming a substratum, this is a fortunate circumstance, being a certain indication of the incumbent soil.
A comprehensive place-by-place gazetteer, listing key historical and contemporary facts. There are some very rich and fertile patches of the loamy soils interspersed in different parts of the county, and the low grounds, declivities, banks of the rivers, and town lands, are composed of them.
Also contains a list of residents and businesses for each place. in May, for cattle, sheep & horses; market day, Sat. Stephen’s Brannel, large quantities of a white clay are shipped annually for the porcelain and earthen-ware manufactories.
A comprehensive place-by-place gazetteer, listing key historical and contemporary facts. —The disposition of its lamina renders it fertile, or otherwise a greedy, hungry soil.
Contains details on local schools, churches, government and other institutions. This soil is not unfrequently mixed with more or less of the quartz, provincially called spar; and according as it prevails its value is diminished.
Provides a reference to order copies of death certificates from the national registrar of births, marriages and deaths – the General Register Office. It is from three, to upwards of twenty feet deep, and affords water for two creeks called Penrose and Carminow.
An index to and digital images of records that detail 40 million civilians in England and Wales. A peculiar and delicious trout is an inhabitant of this lake. —This is a circular piece of water, lying about four miles north of St. Cleer; it may be about a mile in circumference, and from nine to fifteen feet deep.
Most records cover 1798, but some extend up to 1811. Woodward says every stone is so called in Cornwall that splits with a grain.