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The Western Antiquary

Author: W. H. K. Wright
Copyright: 1883

Description: Being a medium of intercommunication for Antiquaries and Others interested in the History, Literature, and Legendary Lore of the Western Counties.

Devon & Cornwall Notebook, edited by W. H. K. Wright with an introduction by W. Copeland Borlase. Originally published in 1883 by Latimer & Son, Plymouth. 216 pages

This is the second year for the famous "The Western Antiquary" which covers the year 1882. Each week in the newspaper The Weekly Mercury a column ran where those interested in any aspect of Cornwall or Devon could write and either ask questions, or respond to questions previously asked. Many luminaries of the period were regular contributors, including Boase, Hunt, Borlase, Courtney, Hawker, & Lach-Szyrma. 

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List of illustrations:

Portrait of Editor
Old Guildhall, Plymouth

Elizabethan Chimney-Piece at Exeter
Monumental Effigy of Lord Peter Grandisson
Lesnewth, Cornwall, Barrow and Crosses
Trewint, Cornwall, Scene of Wesley's Preaching 
Exeter Tillet Blocks (4 Examples) 
Old Chapel, Exeter, Where Wesley Preached
"Abbey" and Old Houses, Plymouth 
Roche Rocks and Hermitage, cornwall
Butter Row, Dartmouth 
Old Houses in North Street, Exeter 
Exeter Gates, Broad Gate, Water Gate
Ebenezer Wesleyan Chapel, Plymouth 
Plymouth Inns (4 Sketches) 
Staircase in King John's Tavern, Exeter
Exeter Inns (5 Sketches)
Ancient Equestrian Tile at Totnes (2 Sketches)     
Norman Font, Exeter 
Skelton Monument, Plymouth 
Plan of Penzance, About 1805 
Penzance Old Market House 
Penzance New Market House 
Scold's Bridle 
Armorial Book Plates (3 Illustrations)
Exeter Sword Bearer 
Zennor Poet Henry Quick
Cornish Arms and Motto 


Index:

Abbey at Plymouth, 85.

Abbotsham, 11.

Absconding of Molly the Horner, 185.

Agreement, Curious, 114.

Ale and Beer, 189.

Alehouses, 136.

Altarnun, 49.

Alvington, West, 11.

Ancient British Barrows, 43.

Andrew, T. Mayor of Exeter, 62 67 75 90.

Anti-Newtonian Institution, 186.

Antiquarian Magazine and Bibliographer 107.

Antiquarian Publications, 106 107.

Antiquary, 107.

Antony, 90.

Apple Trees, 100.

Apprentices, 44.

Arber's "English Garner," 11 12.

Argus of the Deep, 59.

Arish,  3 45 47 57 104 113 150.

Armada, 71 85 143 167.

Arms, 68 98 124 125 179 195 167 203 209 211 212.

Art in Devonshire, 200.

Artist Lost on the Moor, 156.

Ashburton, 128.

Ashbury, 183.

Aveton Gifford, 7 198 205.

Baker's   Tenements,   120 144.

Baptismal Folk-Lore, 60.

Baptismal Names, 136.

Barbican Farm, Looe, 158 171.

Barnstaple,   12.

Barrows, 43 109.

Bastard Family, 28.

Beating the Bounds at St. Oolumb, 157.

Bedfordshire Notes and Queries, 106.

Beer, Ale and, 189.

Belfry Rhymes, 119.

Bells, 5 33 47 64 94 95 112 153.

Ben Jonsou's Knots, 199.

Berry Pomeroy Castle, 124 134.

Berwick, near Yeovil, 131,

Bible Lottery, 155.

Bibliotheca Cornubiensis, 186.

Bibliography, 10 18 20 25 26 31 32 44 97 120 129 141 142 155 156 161 163 170 177 178 180 181 183 203 206 207.

Bickley, near Tiverton, 162.

Bideford, 5 11 12 23 28 130 152 153.

Bishop Rock, 20.

Bishopsteignton, 162.

Blackberries, 116 126 134 157.

Black Letter Service Books, 150.

Blewitt (Octavian), 2.

Bloody Field at Plymouth, 66.

Bocconoc, 209.

Boleyu (Anne), 100 121 126 137 101 210.

Bond, Curious, 94 95.

Bonython Family, 34 38 53 116 129 147.

Book-Plates, 197, 211 212.

Boone (Daniel), 32.

Botanic Gardens at Plymouth, 3.

Boulogne, Siege of, 146.

Bovey Tracey, 56.

Branscombe Church, 169 180.

Brasses, Memorial, 18.

Bray (Mrs), 75 110 177 183.

Brent, 53.

Brent Cross, 84, 100.

Brent-tor, 21 47 57 151 164.

Bridges 16, 96 104 117 196 206 207.

"Brill, "Loss of, 56.

Brindley's Plymouth Directory, 190.

Britannia's Pastorals, 135, 145 164.

Brit. Arch. Asso. at Plymouth, 1 2,

Brixham, 103 125 132 147 186 187.

Browne (William), 135 145 164.

Bubb (James), 36.

Bucca, 14.

Buckfastleigh, 208.

Budgell (Eustace), 60.

Burial, " North and South," 180.

Buryan, 9.

Byndyng, 47 77.

Caesar at Lydford, 47.

Calmady Family, 21.

Camborne, 31.

Canning  (George), 81 163 165 167 210.

Carew, 112. 

Carew's Survey of  Cornwall, 172 184 187.

Cary Family, 81 121. 

Carkeet (Rev. Samuel), 2 8. 

Carrier's Cosmography, 12. 

Cauch, 73.

"Cease, Rude Boreas," 31. 

Celts, 135 171 180. 

Chagford Church, 14. 

Charles  I.,   Letter  to Co. Cornwall, 123 169 196. 

Charles II., 100.

Charles Church, Plymouth, 89 117. 

Charms, 66 193. 

Charters, 20 27 58 59. 

Chibble, 184 187 196 200 209. 

Childe the Hunter, 135 201 202. 

Chivarton's Book, 13. 

Christening Custom, 165 182 183 190 203.

Christmas Bunch, 10. 

Christmas Customs, 9, 10, 152. 

Christmas Mummers, 154 191. 

Chronograms, 118. 

Chudleigh, 28. 

Churches, 2 4 14 112. 

Churches in Parks, 41 64. 

Church Services, 131 195. 

Civil War, 17 18. 

Civil Marriages, 6. 

Citadel at Plymouth, 5 36. 

Clam Bridges, 7. 

Clapper Bridges, 7. 

Cleaca, 75 88.

Clergy, State of, in 1603, 92. 

Cleve Family, 186. 

Clink, 4 14 24 25. 

Cockington, 64. 

Coffin Family, 79 107. 

Coleridge (S. T.), Rhyme by, 197 303. 

Colling (George), of Ham, 211. 

Collyton Barton, 149. 

Colyton, 6 17 18 102.

Conduit at Saltash, 209.

Condy (Nicholas), Artist, 112 151

Cornish Antiquities, 1.

Cornish Arms and Motto, 212.

Cornish Bishops, 93.

Cornish Crosses, 46 76 85 100 130.

Cornish Customs, 8.

Cornish Familv Names, 73.

Cornish Folk Tale, 102.

Cornish Language, 7.

Cornish Miracle Plays, 196.

Cornish Prefixes, 41 171.

Cornish Privateers, 103.

Cornish Relics, 46 76 85 100 130.

Cornish Remedies, 198 199 207.

Cornish Rhymes, 6 37 72 145.

Cornish Romance, 8.

Cornish Sayings, 172 188 189.

Cornish Superstitions, 5 124.

Cornish Water Drinkers, 201.

Cornish Words, 47 58 162 163 166 169 170.

Cornish Wrecking, 56. 

Cornu-British Language, 203. 

Cornwall, 123 124 154 172 184 187. 

Cornwall Churches, 2 4. 

Cornwall Family, 24.     

Cossentine Family, 34 151. 

Cossins (,T. G.), 205. 

Costumes, 15 16. 

Courtenay, 131.

Court in Place names, 21 42 68 92. 

Cranes on Dartmoor, 91 104 113. 

Cranmare Pool, 91 104 105 117 125 174.

Crediton, 16 75 119. 

Crewkeme, 40 45. 

Crosses, 4 6 76 84 85 100 130 144. 

Crowan, Cornwall, 87 97. 

Crying the Neck, 64 74 97 110 146. 

Cudmore (Daniel), 46. 

Curfew, 48 77. 

Cutting Finger Nails, 114. 

Damell (H. J.) 186. 

Darby's Bonds, 172 187. 

Dartmoor Antiquities, 2. 

Dartmoor Bank, Limited, 135, 

Dartmoor Bridges, 7. 

Dartmoor, Cranes on, 113 104. 

Dartmoor Folk-Lore, 30 36. 

Dartmoor Legends, 156. 

Dartmoor Preservation Asso. 78 184. 

Dartmoor Rivers, 96 104. 

Dartmoor Tors, 30 35 114 104 105 135.

Dartmouth, 30 31 100 106 185. 

Deaf Mutes, 131. 

Death Warning, 72. 

Dedications of Churches, 112. 

Devon Churchman, 107. 

Devonport, 109.

Devonshire Art and Artists, 200. 

Devonshire Bibliography, 141 142 155 161 163 183 204 206 207. 

Devonshire Churches, 2 4. 

Devonshire Clergy, 2. 

Devonshire Courtship,   3. 

Devonshire Dialect, 52 173 186 196. 

Devonshire Domestic Receipts, 88. 

Devonshire Farmer's Bequest, 150

Devonshire Harvest Home, 23.

Devonshire Language, 199.

Devonshire Maps, 18.

Devonshire Shipping, 185.

Devonshire Superstitions, 2 32.

Devonshire Tokens, 116 137 148 150.

Devonshire Wills, 3 16.

Devonshire Words, 166 169 170 185.

Dewer Stone, 90 91 96 104 117.

Dickens (Charles), 21.

Diptford, 87.

Doctor's Licenses, 203.

Doddridge (Sir John), 134.

Dog at the Feet of Effigies, 163.

Domestic Receipts, 88.

Don't put a piece upon it, 76.

Double Letters in place of Capitals, 10 24 175 184 206. 

Dowsing, 24. 

Drake and the Introduction of the Potato, 61 62 75 84 88 95 143. 

Drake and John Fox, 152 204. 

Drake and Raleigh, 79. 

Drake and the Pearce Family, 85 127 128.

Drake and the Spaniards, 42 71. 

Drake and the Game of Bowls, 37 38. 

Drake a Pirate, 35. 

Drake's Arms, 37 98 103. 

Drake, Tobacco and Potatoes, 88. 

Drake, Anecdote of, 59. 

Drake Queries, 76 77 116. 

Drake's Expeditions, 51. I 

Drake's Compass on the Hoe, 96.  

Drake Baronetcy, 103 117 127 128. 

Drake, Verse on, 181. 

Drake and the Plymouth Corporation, 148 208. 

Drake and the Introduction of the Turtle, 194. 

Drake (Sir Francis) Search for the Body of, 188 207. 

Drake, Death of, 209. 

Drake's Ill-gotten Gold, 100. 

Drake, Lecture on, 198. 

Drake and the Armada, 71. 

Drake's Island, 67. 

Drake's Plymouth Residence, 29. 

Drake Museum, 23. 

Drake Bibliography, 20 97. 

Drake Family, 6. 

Dramatic Works, 163 206. 

Drang, 196. 

Drunk as a Fiddler, 158 171 187 196.  

Ducking Stool, 144. 

Dummy Book Titles, 119

Dunterton Church, 41. 

Durdle, 57 

Duroys, 116 126. 

Dymond, (R) F.S.A., 7. 

East Budieigh 143 159 208. 

Eaver, 3 26.

Ebenezer Chapel, Plymouth, 138. 

Eddish 3 45 47 67 150. 

Eddystone, 84 94 131 144 193 194. 

Edgcumbe Family, 8 11 41 151. 

Egg Buckland, 4 183 210. 

Electricity, 83 94 201. 

Elizabethan Houses, 33 86. 

Elm Trees, 100. 

Elton's Origins of English History, 106.

Embarkations at Plymouth, 60. 

Epitaphs, 12 13 87 96 128 143 145 172 198 205 208. 

Equestrian Figures on Tiles, 157. 

Ermington, 130. 

Estover 199 206.

Exeter and its Cap of Maintenance, 129 163 195 201 211. 

Exeter and its Motto, 129. 

Exeter Antiquities, 63 176 177 178, 

Exeter Bridges, 16. 

Exeter Castle, 2. 

Exeter Cathedral, 33 134. 

Exeter Charters, 20 27 58 59. 

Exeter. Chimney Piece, at, 33. 

Exeter Corporation Customs, 128 129 163 196 201 211.

Exeter during the Religious Persecutions, 165 166. 

Exeter Guilds, 145 188. 

Exeter Hangwoman, 146. 

Exeter Inns, 159.

Exeter Mayors, 62 67 75 76 77 90. 

Exeter Musician, 72. 

Exeter Newspapers, 181. 

Exeter Season, 150 158.  

Exeter Street Names, 97.

Exeter Sword-bearer, 129 163 195 291 211. 

Exeter Thatched Houses, 29 90. 

Exeter Tillet Blocks, 69 92. 

Exeter Tokens, 148 150 151. 

Exeter Trade, 69 92 188. 

Exeter Volunteers, 5 6. 

Exeter, Wesley at, 83 84 86 92 129 136 137. 

Execution and Excommunication, 2.  

Execution at Plymouth, 31.  

Exhibitions, 158. 

Exminster, 116. 

Fairs, 15 39 63 109 155. 

Falmouth, 52. 

Fardell, 3 53 147. 

Fash Cart, 28 32 41 48. 

Fice's Well, 21 110. 

Fig Pudding, 210. 

Fires at Tiverton, 168 178. 

First Devon Rifle Volunteers, 5. 

Flete, 199 205. 

Flogging round the Fleet, 40. 

Flying Man at East Budieigh, 208. 

Font at Exeter, 176. 

Font Covers, 67 155. 

Footy, 180 185 199 200 206. 

Four-way Leet, 42. 

Fowsed, 10. 

Foxe (John) and Sir F. Drake, 152 204.

Fry Family, 6. 

Fulford, 101. 

Funeral Customs, 61 66. 

Furry Dance, 19 20 55 61. 

Gambadoes, 33. 

Gandy (Rev. John), 209. 

Garrick (David) at Mount Edgcumbe, 84.

Gates, 53 122. 

Gay (John), the Poet, 153. 

Geese Dancing in Cornwall, 8. 

Germander, 36. 

Ghost Stories, 165 193. 

Giant's Grave at Radford, 37. 

Giglet at Okehampton, 155 168. 

Giving Out, 190. 

Gloucsstershire Notes and Queries, 107.

Glubb (Nickey), 112 151. 

Godolphin (Ellen), 57 74 112 113. 

Gog and Magog, 148. 

Goose Fair, 109. 

Gorges (Sir A.), 3.

Gorges (Sir Ferdinando), 89 189 190. 

Gorges of Wraxall, 189 190. 

Gracy Day, 173.

Grade, Lizard, 96.

Grascism in Devonian, 45.

Grandisson (Bishop), 9 33 50.

Grentor Bridge, 73.

Gribble Family and Arms, 173 184 187 195 203 209. 

Grygge (John), of Exeter, 80. 

Guilds, 145 146 188. 

Gundred de Warenne, 21 38 65. 

Hailstones, 31. 

Hall (S. C.) at Plymouth, 87. 

Hamilton (W.) Esthetic Movement, 106.

Hangman's Barrow, 193, 

Hangman's Pit, 63. 

Hangman's Rope, 83. 

Hangwoman at Exeter, 146. 

Harford, 198 208. 

Harford Church, 18 21. 

Harris Family, 100 125 137 150. 

Hatherleigh, 112. 

Hawketrees, 172. 

Hawkins, 84.

Hawns and Dendles, 13 47. 

Haydou (B. R.), 154. 

Hoarder (Dr. J.), 83 94. 

Hellings, 199.

Helston Furry Dance, 19 20 55 61. 

Heraldry, 21 22 98 124 125 179 195 197 203 209 211 212. 

Hicks (Mr.) of Bodmin, 13 25. 

Hieron (Rev. Samuel), of Modbury, 26 31 32.

Highweek, Newton Abbot, 96. 

Hoe Gate, Plymouth, 53. 

Holne Moor, 63. 

Honeycomb Rocks, 15. 

Hooker (John), 61 68. 

Horneck Family. 81. 

Horrabridge, 144. 

Hot-Press at Plymouth, 72 110. 

Humphry (Ozias), 211. 

Hunt (Professor), 28. 

Hurlers, 15. 

Ilfracombe, 12. 

Ilsington, 208. 

Image at Lanhydrock, 129. 

Inscriptions on Bells.—see Bells. Inscriptions on Sundials—see Sundials Inscriptions, see Epitaphs. 

Inns at Exeter, 159. 

Inns at Plymouth 138. 

Intermittent Spring at Brixham, 132 186.

Invasion by Spaniards, 20 182. 

Isbell Family, 49. 

Jack tin Giant Killer, 148 

Jackson (William), of Exeter, 72. 

Jacobites at Modbury, 147. 

Jump, 37. 

Keels, 73 196.

Kenwyn Feast, 116 126 134 137. 

Killerton, 119. 

Killigrew, 79. 

Kingsbridge, 14 53 93. 

Kingsteignton, 40. 

Kinterbury-street, Plymouth, 57. 

Kirkby and Wade, 82. 

Kissing Bush, 10. 

Lach-Szyrma on Cornish Folk-Lore. 107.

Ladywell-place, Plymouth, 9. 

Lamerton, 37. 

Lampen Family, 25. 

Land's End, 128. 

Lanhydrock, 129. 

Lanteglos-juxta-Camelford, 119, 

Latimer Family, 132 144 171.

Lattis or Lattice, 3.

Launceston Church, 173 191.

Launcestou Gaol, 190.

Lectures, 4 7.

Leet or Leat, 3.

Legends, 106 144 151.

Leofric Missal, 200.

Leper's Walk, Totnes, 10 45 65 73 117.

Le Sabre de Mon Pere, 142. 

Lesnewth, 46. 

Letter V, 54. 

Letter Y, 52.

Libraries in Churches, 129 120. 

Lidden, 23 38 47 61 74. 

Lidwell Chapel, 107 108 109. 

Liskeard, 13 186. 

Littleham, 204. 

Loe Pool, 32.

Logan and Rocking Stones, 190. 

Longevity, 65.

Longfellow (Professor H. W.), 8. 

Looe, 7 132 144 158. 

Lostwithiel, 84 94. 

Lottery, Bible, 165, 

Lydford, 47 116. 

Maker Point, 143. 

Manchester City News, No. 2, 107. 

"Manly Peeke," 11 22 23. 

Mannamead, 167. 

Manning (Rev. G. W.), 4. 

Manorial Customs, 149. 

Mantle-chief, 73. 

Maps, Plans, &c., 10 18 44, 

Marrowbone Slip, 199. 

Martin's Day, 10. 

Mary Tavy, 59 162. 

Mather (Nathaniel), 8. 

Mathews Family, 136 146. 

Mathews (Charles), Comedian, 146. 

Matthews (Mrs.), of Truro, 155. 

Mayor's Monday, 56, 

Medals, 132. 

Medina Sidonia, 143. 

Membury, Devon, 181, 

Menheniot, 117. 

Merivale Bridge, 96 104. 

Merrett (Dr.), see Remmett (Dr.) 

Mewstone, 21, 

Midland Antiquary, 106. 

Miguel (Don) at Plymouth, 44. 

Military History, 99. 

Milton Abbot Church, 41. 

Miracle Plays, 196. 

Modbury, 31 32 132 147. 

Modern Folk-Lore, 31. 

Molly the Horner, 185. 

Monmouth's Rebellion, 110 111. 

Moore (Canon), 129 130. 

Mord or Mort, 209. 

Morleigh, 208.

Moreman (Dr. John), 116 137 147. 

Morice (Humphry), 57 90. 

Mount Edgcombe, 151. 

Mounts' Bay Traditions, 13. 

Mudge Memoirs, 153 154. 

Mullion, Cornwall, 89, 

Mummers, 154 191. 

Mutley, 104. 

Music, 202. 

Mylor, 196. 

Napoleonic Wars, 124. 

Newlin Family, 81. 

Newspapers, 181 204. 

Newton St. Cyres,130. 

Nieholls (J. F.), How to see Bristol, 106. 

Norman Devon, 157.

Norman Font at Exeter, 176.

Noss Mayo, 3 29.

Numismatic Mystery Solved, 123.

Obelisk at Boconuoc, 209.

Obelisk on Plymouth Hoe, 5 42 43.

Of, the Word, 147.

Okehampton, 155 166.

Oliver (Dr. George), 22 179 203.

Oliver Scran, 97.

"One and All," 212.

Oresion 44 57 126 180 191 199 206.

Ottery St. Mary, 183.

Palatine Note Book, 107.

Palxologi, 24 78 81 137 151 164,

Parish Apprentices, 44.

Parish Registers, 6 59 102 119 162 200 173.

Parish Stocks, 25 81 90 202. 

Parliamentary Representatives, 30 31. 

Parr Family of Devonshire, 57 61 63 67 74 77 78 110 116 186. 

Parson and Clerk Rocks, 15 

Passing Bell, 120. Pearce Family, 85 127 128. 

Peeke (R.) see "Manly Peeke" 

Pelynt Fair, 204. 

Penny Crosse Beuken, 53. 

Penryn, 20.

Penzance, 191 192 211. 

Periodical Literature, 133 181 183 204. 

Perranporth, 313. 

Perranzabuloe, 31. 

Persecutions, 166. 

Peters (Hugh), 3 11. 

Petition from an Old Soldier, 99. 

Pexall (Ralph), 172 173. 

Phoenicians in Cornwall, 151. 

Pilgarlick, 81 90. 

Pillions, 100 110 126. 

Pillory, 132. 

Pilton, 130 204. 

Pitt Family and Diamond, 202. 

Plant Lore, 3 66. 

Plas, Place, or Palace, 14 29. 

Plymouth Brethren. 81. 

Plymouth Bridges, 196 206 207. 

Plymouth, Brit. Arch, Association 1 2 23 85.

Plymouth Castle, 4 199. 

Plymouth Corporation, 47 112 120. 

Plymouth Customs, 15 16. 

Plymouth Citadel, 5 36. 

Plymouth Dock, 40 79 80 182. 

Plymouth Ghost Story, 165. 

Plymouth History, 99 190. 

Plymouth Hoe, 4 5 37 58 42 43 96 148.

Plymouth Inns, 138. 

Plymouth Institutions, 1. 

Plymouth, Lord High Steward of, 4. 

Plymouth Mayoralty House, 170 209.

Plymouth Notes, 143 152. 

Plymouth Periodicals, 183. 

Plymouth Quakers, 194 195 197. 

Plymouth, Rector of, 18 29. 

Plymouth Romance, 178. 

Plymouth Relics, 127. 

Plymouth, Siege of, 4 22 36. 

Plymouth Scares, 55 90 109. 

Plymouth Streets, 30 48 97 133 143 144. 

Plymouth Theological Literature 170 180.

Plymouth Tokens, 10. 

Plymouth Water Supply, 14 112 148 203.

Plymouth Witticism, 79. 

Plymouth, 3 31 53 60 66 83 85 86 87 92 99 115 117 161 186. 

Plymstock, 22 201 202. 

Plympton St. Mary, 29. 

Plundering at Colyton, 17 18. 

Pollock (W. H.), Lecture on Drake 198.

Polwhele (Rev. R.), 8 11 

Postal Notes, 12. 

Potato, 61 75 84 88 95 107 143. 

Pradanack Point, Mullion, 89. 

Preacher in Cornwall, 56. 

Preaching Mayors, 62 67 90. 

Predecessors of the Celts, 171 180. 

Press Gang, 72 110. 

Prince's Worthies of Devon, 161. 

Pring (J. II.) on Roman Coins, 107. 

Private Clerical Wars, 2. 

Privateers, 103. 

Proverbial Phrases, 148, 

Proverbs, 66 158. 

Prophecies, 102 115 124 147. 

Pyues, 130. 

Quadrain, 190 196 200. 

Quakers, 31 181 194 197. 

Queen's Birthdays, 40. 

Querre, 143 150 164 190. 

Quethiock, 206. 

Quick (Henry), 211. 

Quill, 205. 

Raleigh (Sir Walter), 21 26 54 55 61 62 67 79 84 88 107 136 143 159 177 178.

Rathest, 59 64 101. 

Rattery, 208.

Reception of Regiments, 116. 

Reckoning, Mode of, 101 102. 

Rector of Plymouth, 18 29. 

Redding (Cyrus), 7. 

Red Cloak Scare, 93 94 100 109. 

Remarkable Fatality, 128, 

Remmett (Dr.), 6 14. 

Reynolds Family, 135. 

Ridd-Gould, 109. 

Roborough Rock, 28 72. 

Roche Rocks, 15 103 105 129. 

Rocks, Curious, 15 19 28 30 35 39 40 68 72 79 103 105 114 129 190. 

Romantic, 195. 

Rose and Crown Inn, Exeter, Rose and Crown Inn, Plymouth, 139. 

Rouber Beaken, 53. 

Rowe's Perambulation of Dartmoor, 7.

Roval Visits to Plymouth, 115 155. 

Rhymes, 6 119 145 197 203. 

Sack, or to "Give the Sack," 179 186 199.

Sagathoys, 116 126. 

St. Andrew's Day, 128 

St. Andrew's Church, Plymouth, 40 155 175 176 187. 

St. Austell, 31. 

St Budeaux, 94 95 115 166 167 174 189 190.

St. Catherine's Chapel, 4 43. 

St. Columb, 157. 

St. Hugh, Quethiock, 206. 

St. Ives, 136 155. 

St. Paul in Cornwall, 2 4 54 62. 

St. Petroc's Minor, 4. 

St. Stephens by Launceston, 63 74 96 125. 

St. Stephen's by Saltash, 51 52 55 57 68 77. 

Saltash, 36 51 52 56 57 67 68 77 87 89 90 131 155 209.

Salcombe, 167.

Sandford, 16.

Saving—Curing, 89.

Scares, 55 90.

Scat, 7 14 38 45.

School Medals, 132.

School Punishments, 111.

Scold's Bridle, 192.

Seaton Beach, 112 115 124.

Selborne (Lord), 115 102 124.

"Semper Fidelia," 133 134,

Shaugh Bridge Chapel, 170.

Shaugh Prior, 67.

Shipping, 143 185.

Ships pressed into Service, 44.

Shore (T. W.), Guide to Southampton, 106.

Shrovetide Customs, 6. 

Siege of Plymouth, 22 36. 

Signalling Ships, 143. 

Skelton (Sir John), 175 176. 

Slammicking, 13 25 38 64 65. 

Slanning (Sir Nicholas), 103 129. 

Sneezing, 81. 

Somerville (Mary), 205. 

Somerville Genealogy, 16. 

South Brent, 67 152. 

South Hams, 37 203. 

South Huish Church, 18. 

South Molton, 28 37. 

South Tawton, 37.

Spanish Armada,, 8 9 71 85 143 167. 

Spanish Invasions, 20 182. (See also Drake and Armada.) Speke (Opt. J. H.), 26. 

Spesery-strete, Plymouth, 143. 

Spine or Spayn, 24. 

Spinster's Rock, 15 114. 

Stains or Steins, 187. 

Staircase at Exeter, 160. 

Starcross, 65. 

Stir-up Sunday, 128. 

Stoke Damerel, 162. 

Stoke Fair, 109. 

Stonehouse, 150. 

Stowford, 21. 

Stray Notes, 120.

Sundials, 13 16 28 3757 66 68 130. 204.

Superstitions, 2 5 10 32 83 124 170.

Survey of Cornwall, 172 184 187.

Swan at Starcross, 65.

Symons (Peter), 212.

Tamar or Thamar, 163.

Tamarweorth, 61.

Tavistock, 109 204.

Templeton, 168.

Thatched Houses, 29 81 90-

Thistle Park, Plymouth, 18.

Thormantle, 202.

Thurdle, 12 26 33.

Thurl, 45. 

Tiles, 157 160.

Tillet Blocks, 69 92.

Tiverton, 168 169 178.

Tobacco, 88.

Tokens, 10 116 137 148 150.

Torpoint, 190.

Tossing with Stones, 75

Totnes, 8 9 10 45 65 73 74 117 149

157 160 182 185. Towednack, 144 151. 

Tredavoe, 116. 

Tregoss (Key. T.) 63 129. 

Trelawney (Sir Henry), 41. 

Treville-street, Plymouth 37 48 97 133 144 164. 

Truro Cathedral 36. 

Turk's Head Inn, Plymouth, 138 

Turnips, 136. 

Turtle, 194. 

Union Jack, 21 22. 

Upton Hellions Church, 14. 

Vang, 44 45 54. 

Venomous Worms, 10. 

Verge, 168 170 187 206. 

Veryan, 135. 

Visgey, 41 45 47 67. 

Volunteers, 5 6 144 145. 

Vorputter, 4 14. 

Wade (Capt), 82. 

Walford (Cornelius), 106. 

Walkhampton, 169. 

Walrond, Monument, 183. 

Warenne, 65 110. 

Warleigh Mill Leat, 129. 

Warming Pans, 81. 

Washing on New Year's Day, 185.

Watercourse on Dartmoor, 96 104.

Water Drinkers of Cornwall, 201.

Watson (Sir Thomas), 169.

Weather Rhyme?, 145.

Wedding Ring, 186.

Wellington at Plymouth, 154 164 174 186.

Wells (John) 146.

Wells, 9 155.

Wembury, 12.

Wendron, 185.

Went-Way, 21.

Wesley (John), 13 29 49 83 88 62 129 136.

Western Superstitions, 10.

Whales at Plymouth, 83 94 104.

Whir, 190.

Whiteombe (Mrs. H.P). 9 15 19 20.

Whiteford (Hamilton), 203.

White Witch at Plymouth, 161.

Whitstone, 204.

Whitsull, 172 187.

Widdecombe in the Moor, 102 113 114 150.

Widey Court, 4 21 199 206 209.

Wight (Rev, Robert), 129.

Wilkinson (W. J. P.), Mayor of Exeter, 67.

William III. at Brixham, 103 125 147.

Williams (Speaker), 21 29

Williams' (Mr.) Dream, 3 11.

Wills (Mr. W. H.), 113.

Wills and Bequests, 3 16 23 27 150.

Windmill at Devonport, 143.

Winkleigh, 37.

Winter Family, 186.

Wishing Trees, 9 58 61 88 89.

Wolf Rock, 15.

Women at Funerals, 66.

Wooden Water Pipe, 9 22 47 58 74.

Worms, Venomous, 10.

Worth (R. N.), 7 197.

Worthy, 206.

Yarns, 60 66.

Yealmpton, 89 158.

Yonge Family, 6.

Zennor Poet, 211

 

 

 

 

 

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