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The Survey of Cornwall, And, an Epistle Concerning the Excellencies of the ...
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The Survey of Cornwall, and an Epistle Concerning the Excellencies of the ...
Richard Carew,Pierre Desmaizeaux
No preview available - 2016
againe againſt alſo amongſt Armes Arundel beareth beſides beſt better brought buildings called Carew carrie Caſtle cauſe charge Church common Corniſh Cornwall Countrie daughter Deuon diuers doth downe dwelling Earle Eaſt Engliſh euery farre father feod firſt fiſh foote force former foure Gentlemen ground halfe hand hath haue hauen head heire Henry hill himſelfe hold houſe Hundred ibid Idem Inhabitants Iohn Italy John kind King land laſt late learned leaſt Lord maner maried maſter meanes moſt muſt nature neere once ouer pariſh paſſe Penzance perſons preſent Prince profit reaſon reſt Richard rock ſame ſay ſea ſee ſhall ſhould ſide ſome ſonne ſtones ſtore ſuch taken terme themſelues thereof theſe Thomas thoſe tooke touching towne turne Tynne vnder vnto vpon vſe Weſt whole whoſe yeeres
Page 68 - ... the players conne not their parts without booke, but are prompted by one called the ordinary, who followeth at their back with the book in his hand, and telleth them softly what they must pronounce aloud.
Page 149 - ... but also the parish church of Paul, the force of the fire being such as it utterly ruined all the great stone pillars thereof. Others of them in that time burned that fisher town Mousehole, the rest marched as a guard for defence of these firers. The inhabitants being feared with the Spaniards...
Page 130 - Fowey men gave them so rough entertainment at their welcome, that they were glad to forsake patch, without bidding farewell. The merit of which exploit afterwards entitled them The Gallants of Fowey.
Page 68 - For reprefenting it they raife an earthen amphitheatre in fome *' open field, having the diameter of his inclofed playne, fome " 40 or 50 foot. The country people flock from all fides many " miles off, to hear and fee it. For they have therein Devils " and Devices, to delight as well the eye as the ear. The " Players conne not their parts without book, but are prompted " by one called the Ordinary, who followeth at their back with • " the book in his hand, &c. &c.