So it came about that the stories which were told in Wales and in Cornwall
were told in Brittany also.
Put everything in hand, and be ready to come down to Cornwall
with me on Monday.
He heard Fanshaw add that his country was full of such quaint fables and idioms; it was the very home of romance; he even pitted this part of Cornwall against Devonshire, as a claimant to the laurels of Elizabethan seamanship.
Now you shall see whether I exaggerate about the mariners of Cornwall.
Always some little thing to be done," he said with idiotic cheerfulness; "as George Herbert says: `Who sweeps an Admiral's garden in Cornwall as for Thy laws makes that and the action fine.
You're not of the Clennams of Cornwall
, Mr Clennam?
I am spending my autumn holiday in the far West of Cornwall
And this blessed gift of venerating love has been given to too many humble craftsmen since the world began for us to feel any surprise that it should have existed in the soul of a Methodist carpenter half a century ago, while there was yet a lingering after-glow from the time when Wesley and his fellow-labourer fed on the hips and haws of the Cornwall
hedges, after exhausting limbs and lungs in carrying a divine message to the poor.
Austrey, at his country-seat in Cornwall
and at St.
He took with him his brother John, the second child of a poor couple in Cornwall
, and, together, these men, between 1829 and 1831, redescended the river from Boussa to its mouth, describing it village by village, mile by mile.
The meet the buyer day will include details of cornwall
councils upcoming capital investment programme and how the services procured under this framework will be used to supplement cornwall
councils capacity to deliver large complex projects.
In South East Cornwall
, the constituency office of the local Tory MP, Sheryll Murray, is one of 80 bodies - including schools, police stations, GP surgeries, Jobcentres and so on - directing the destitute to the Liskeard and Looe food bank.