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Title: The Survey of Cornwall
Author: Richard Carew
Release Date: February, 2006 [EBook #9878] [This
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Edition: 10
Language: English*** START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG
EBOOK, THE SURVEY OF CORNWALL ***
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Transcribers notes:
i) This transcript retains the original spelling,
except for the obsolete "long ess" character
which has been replaced by 's' throughout.
Spellings of proper names tend to be phonetic
and
haphazard. Eg Pensanz, Pensans, Pensants,
Pensance, and
Penzance are all the same place.
ii) The Latin is worse than the English. I am
99.9% certain that I have transcribed it correctly,
the doubt being where the printer has randomly
mixed the "long ess" and "f" characters & neither
form is in my Collin's Little Gem Latin Dictionary.
iii) This transcript omits the original pagenumbering from the introduction and appendix,
but retains it in the main text to support cross-
referencing and the index.
Each double-page spread was given a single
page number.
I have given these in []s at the beginning of
the left-
hand page.
iv) Marginalia have been inserted into the text
surrounded
by []s
v) Footnotes have been placed beneath the
sections to
which they refer.
vi) Italics, which Carew uses heavily, have been
mostly
removed, but sometimes replaced with
quotes.
vii) The original capitalisation & over-punctuation is
retained.
T H E
S V R V E Y
O FC O R N W A L L.
A N D
An EPISTLE concerning the EXCELLENCIES
of the ENGLISH TONGUE.
———————————————————
By RICHARD CAREW, of Antonie, Esq;
———————————————————
WITH
The LIFE of the AUTHOR,
By H**** C***** Esq.
———————————————————
A NEW EDITION.
======================================
'LONDON,
Printed for E. LAW, in Ave-Mary-Lane;
and J.HEWETT, at Penzance.
MDCCLXIX.
LIST of the SUBSCRIBERS,
A. Copies.
SIR. John St. Aubyn, of Clowance, Baronet 20
Rev. Mr. Jerveys Allen, of Helston
Thomas Saunders Allen of St. Just, Attorney at
Law
Alexander Allen, Purser of the Wolf Sloop of War
John Antony, of St. Ives
John Antony, junior, of St. Ives
B.Joseph Beard, of Penzance
John Batten, jun. of ditto, Merchant
Joseph Batten, of ditto
John Blewett, Esq. of Marazion 4
George Borlase, Attorney at Law, of Penzance
William Bastard, of Exon
Joseph Batten
John Beard, jun. of Penzance, Merchant
Capt. Barkley, of the Wolf Sloop of War
Rev. Mr. William Borlase, of Zennor
William Borlase, LL.D. of Ludgvan, F.R.S.
James Bennett
Capt. Thomas Braithwaite, of Falmouth
James Bonithon, of Penzance
Rev. Mr. Jacob Bullock, of Wendron
Francis Benallock
James Bower, of Lostwithiel
James Baron, of ditto
Thomas Bennet
Nicholas Bishop, of Bristol
Jofeph Bunney, Esq. Leicester
John Bawden, Exon
C.
Nicholas Cloak, of Penzance
Daniel Carthew, of ditto
Robert Coleman, of Bristol
George Cooney, of Penzance
Mr. Carlyl, of Marazion
Humphrey Cole, Attorney at Law, of ditto
David Cloak, Surgeon, of Penzance
William Cornish, of Marazion
Capt. Thomas Cassett, of Plymouth
Richard Carne, of Falmouth, Merchant
Coleman, Harris, and Co. Merchants at Bristol 2
Henry Coleman, Esq. of Market Harborough,
Leicestershire
Henry Coleman, Esq. LeicesterD.
David Dennis, Attorney at Law, of Penzance
John Dennis, of ditto
James Donithorne, of Marazion
Thomas Daniel, of Truro, Esq.
John Dyer, of Penryn
William Dawkin, Esq. of Kilvough, near Swanzey, in
Wales
Robert Dunkin, of Penzance
E.
William Ellis, Esq. of Penzance 5
Charles Streater Ellis, of ditto
James Edwards, of ditto, Merchant
Hugh Edwards, Attorney at Law, St. Ives
Thomas Ennys, of Redruth
F.
Miss C. Foley
Rev. Mr. Fisher, of Marazion
Edward Freeman, of Lostwithiel
G.
Thomas Glynn, jun. of Helston, Esq.
Charles Gwavas, of Penzance, Merchant 2
Pascoe Grenfell, of Marazion, Merchant
John Grenfell, of Penzance, Merchant
Richard Jerveys Gryles, Attorney at Law, of
Helston,
Andrew Gaylard, of Bristol
Miss Jane Gilbert, of St. Ives
Thomas Glanvile, of Lostwithiel
Rev. Mr. Edward Giddy, of St. Earth
Thomas Giddy, of Truro, Surgeon
William Giddy, of dittoWilliam Giddy, of ditto
H.
Richard Hichens, of Penzance, Attorney at Law 2
Capt. John Halse, of Redruth
Rev. Mr. Edward Hobbs, of Sancrete
John Hawkins, Esq. of Helston
Rev. Mr. John Hosken, of Menaccan
Thomas Hacker, of Penzance
Isaac Head, Esq. Collector of his Majesty's
Customs in the
Islands of Scilly
William Holbeck, Gent. Com. of Trinity Col. Oxford,
Esq.
Captain Peter Hill, of Falmouth
John Hall
John Hewett, of Plymouth-dock
John Hurd, of Birmingham
Christopher Harris, Esq. Keneggy 6
Nathanial Hicks, of St. Ives
Rev. Mr. Haydon, Liskeard
Samuel Hick, of Lostwithiel
Edward Harford, of Bristol
John Hosking, of Madron
John Howell, of Penzance
John Hall, of Stofford, Devonshire
I.
William John, of Penzance, Merchant
John James, of Newlyn, ditto
Capt. John James, of Marazion
William James, of Redruth
Thomas John, of Penzance, Merchant
John James, of St. Agnes
K.
John Knill, Esq. Collector of his Majesty's Customsat St. Ives
John Keir, Surgeon, of Marazion 2
J. Kimber, Attorney at Law, of Fowey
L.
Thomas Love, of Newlyn
Stephen Luke, of Penzance
Maddren Legoe, of St. Just
John Ley, of St. Ives, Merchant
Rev. Mr. Lane, of St. Ives
John Luxmore, Esq. of Oakhampton, Devon.
Samuel Luly, of Penzance
Rev. Mr. Philip Lyne, Vicar of Leskard
Tobias Lanyon, Esq. Penzance
M.
Joseph Michell, of Penzance
Henry Michell, of ditto
James Michell, of Marazion
John Michell, of Chyandower
James Moore, of Penzance
Thomas Mathews, of St. Ives
Herbert Mackworth, Esq. Exon
Henry Mudge, of Truro
Robert Michell, of ditto
Mathias Michell, of Penzance
N.
Rev. Mr. Newton, of Sithney
William Nicholls, Esq. of Trereife
John Nancarrow, jun. of Marazion
Charles Newman, of Falmouth
Rev. Mr. Newton, of Bristol
Thomas Nicholls, of Penzance
B. Nankivell, of St. AgnesP.
John Price, Esq. 6
John Pender, of Penzance, Merchant
Benjamin Pidwell, of Penzance
Rev. Mr. James Parkin, Lecturer of ditto
Thomas Pidwell, jun. of ditto
John Pearse, Surgeon, of ditto
William Penrose, ——— of ditto
Thomas Pascoe, ———, of ditto
Josias Perry, Surgeon, of Langdon, Devon
James Pascoe, Attorney at Law, of Penzance
Rev. H. Parker, D.D. Fellow of Trinity College,
Oxford
William Price, Surgeon, at Redruth
Daniel Pryor, of Penzance
Henry Philips, of St. Ives, Merchant
Rev. Mr. Richard Pearce, of St. Buryan
Thomas Penrose, Attorney at Law, of Penzance
R.
Thomas Robyns, Esq. at Penzance
Thomas Rodda, of Marazion
George Rippar, of ditto
David Richard, of ditto
Charles Rashleigh, of St. Austle, Attorney at Law
Thomas Read, of Penzance
Charles Rawlinson, of Marazion
Stephen Robinson, jun. of Bridport
Samuel Rodda, of Marazion
S.
Walter Stone, of Penzance
John Stone, of ditto
George Scobell, Esq. Collector of his Majesty's
Customs at
Penzance