Journal, Volume 9

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Royal Institution of Cornwall, 1889
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Page 212 - king's majesty now. He married my sisters with five pounds, or twenty nobles, each, having brought them up in godliness and fear of God. He kept hospitality for his poor neighbours, and some alms he gave to the poor, and all this he did of the said farm.
Page 211 - My father was a yeoman, and had no lands of his own ; only he had a farm of three or four pounds by the year at the uttermost, and hereupon he tilled so much as kept half-a-dozen men.
Page 68 - So careless of the single life ; ' So careful of the type' ? but no. From scarped cliff and quarried stone She cries, " a thousand types are gone.
Page 68 - Are God and nature then at strife, That nature lends such evil dreams t So careful of the type she
Page 76 - it were one of the most notable experiments touching plants to find it out, for so you may have great variety of new fruits and flowers yet. unknown. Grafting does it not, that mendeth the fruit or doubleth the flowers but
Page 285 - Hon. Sec. The Minutes of the last meeting having been read and confirmed, The Secretary read the report of the Council, as follows:— REPORT OF THE COUNCIL.
Page 323 - Scant a quarter of a mile from the castel "on the same side, upper into the land, is a praty village or "fischar town with a pere, caullid S. Maw's; and there is a " chapelle of hym, and his chaire of stone* a little without, and his
Page 210 - Elizabeth by the grace of God &c. To all to whom these presents shall come greeting. Whereas our Borough of Truro, in
Page 167 - The first creke or arme that castith out on the north-west side of Falemuth, goith up [to] Penrin, and at the ende it brekith into 2 armes, the lesse to the College of Glasenith, i. viridis nidus, or wagmier, at Penrin; the other to S. Gluvias, the paroch church of Penrine therby.
Page 64 - more or less mixed with green talc; and these plates, which somewhat resemble the " combs " of ordinary lodes, are either in contact or separated from each other by intercalated layers of talcose slate. The quartz is chiefly developed in the central portion of the vein; and, from its

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