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Seller: archives2010 (683) 100%, Location: TAUNTON, Somerset, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 123877976696 CORNISH CHARACTERS AND STRANGE EVENTS Notices of some of the most singular characters and events connected with the County of Cornwall a county that has been exceptionally prolific of such. The persons named, and whose lives are given, belong to a lower plane than the great men of the county who have made their mark in history. But the range of characters is really wonderful. The volume is profusely illustrated with reproductions from old and rare prints. High quality scanned images of the whole of the original book. A wealth of information.This CD can be viewed by any computer using Adobe Acrobat Reader (version 6 or later recommended). The data on this CD is completely self-contained, and requires no installation. System Requirements: Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT or better, CD-ROM drive, or Apple Mac or Unix. Given below is the full index to the book. by S. Baring-Gould Full Index INDEXAbbot, Archbishop, 334Abder-Rhuman, 715Aberciombie, Dr., 427, 428Aberdeen, University of, 34Abingdon, 127Abyssinia, Prince of, 599Account of the Desperate Affray inBlean Wood, etc., 612Account ofthe English Colony ofNewSouth Wales, 568Account of R. Jeffery, 257Ach^rnania, 50BAcombe, 12Acton, 403, 477, 673Actor, Mr., 275Adams, 252Adams, John Couch, 189 — birth and upbringing, 84 — character of, 88, 89, 90 — discoverer of Neptune, 86, 88 — early observation, 84Adams, Mr., 322, 714Adams, Mr. John, 463Adams, Thomas, 83Adams, William Grylls, 89, 90Addison, Joseph, 644Admiral Hood, 602Admiralty order replacement of loganstone, 20, 23Adoption of poor children, 533Adour, 504Advent, 425Adventure Series, 708Adventures of a Younger Son, 445,452. 4S4/Etna, 267Agamemnon's tomb, 448Agar, Charles R., 726Agar, Thomas James, 726Age of Reason, 358Agnes, 649Agnus Dei, fttfyAgreeable Surprise, The, 469Ainsworth, Harrison, on "Courtenay,"605Airy, 86, 88Alarm, 664Albanian revolt, 728Albert, Prince, 621Albion, 248, 249Alderton, 487Aldrich, Dean, 213Alexander, 559, 561Alexander the Great, 300Alexandria, 459, 686Algerine Corsair at Penzance, 1 30Algerine pirates, 332Algiers, 507, 617, 715Ali Pacha, 508-514 — at home, 510-513 — human butcher, 509All, the five alls, 550Allen, river, 118Alligator, 196Alligators attract patients, 632All the Year Round, 93Almanza, 12Altarnon, 73, 80, 186, 187, 190Amaza, 416Amell, 340Ames, Dr. William, 34Ammonites, superstition concerningorigin of, 4Amurath, 728Anagram of Noye, 339Andalusian Moors, 711Anderson, Captain, 62Andromache, 505"Angel, The," 542Anglesea, Earl of, 298Anglo-Mexican Company, 493Anguella, 251Annals of KingJames, 615Anne of Bohemia, 433Anne, Queen, 219, 299, 307, 310,318. 372. 639733734 CORNISH CHARACTERSAnnesley, Lady Philippa, 298Annual Register, 58Annual Report if the Society ofArts,64 noteAnson, H.M.S., salvage of, 62 — wreck of, 60, 71Anson, Lord, 158Antony and Cleopatra, 205Antigua, 320Antiquities of Cornwall, 18Antony ferry, 225Antwerp, 26Anyada, 250Antelope, 645Anthem, Cornish, 577Antiquary, The, 547Ap Rice, Mr., 288Arabia, Prince of, 600Ararat, 406Arbuthnot, Sir Charles, 529Archceologia, 730Arcot, 159, 164Argand lamp, 202Argos, 448Argus, 689Argyro-Kastro, 509Arithmetic, Walkinghame's, 3Arms of Braddon family, 107 — of Byzantine Empire, 727 — of Call family, 155, 167 — of Clobery family, 231 — of Foote family, 280 — of Jane family, 206 — of Lake family, 251 — of Noye family, 341 — of Pennington family, 224 — of Robartes family, 726 — of Sandys family, 374 — of Tillie family, 402, 405 — of Tilly family, 407 — of Wills family, 12Armstrong, Major, 609, 610, 613Around and about Saltash, 665Arslan, 508Arta, 508Arundell, 646Arundel family, the, 157Arundel, Earl of, 435Arundell, Henry, Lord, 173Arundell, Humphrey, 588, 589, 591Arundell, Mary, 730Arundell, Roger, 592Arundell, Sir John, 136, 661Arundell, Sir Thomas, 137Arundell, William, 730Arundel Street, 301Arwenack, 133, 134, 13S, I37. '4°Asan, 728Ashburton, 200Ashfield, Dame, 468-9Assassinations and Civil Wars, 426Assistance, H.M.S., 488Association, wreck of the, 640, 643,647, 651Astley, 203Astley, Sir Jacob, 126, 723Aston Clinton, 251Astronomy, 86Astronomy, ignorance of, 593As You Like It, 467Athenceum, 88, 452 — founded by Buckingham, 464Athens, 446, 452Atkins, Sir Robert, loiAtlas, 181Atterbury, 219"Auction of Pictures, An," 287Audrey, 516Augsberg Island, 420Aunt Mavor's Storybooks, 622Authentic Account of the late unfortunateDeath of Lord Camelford,328Authentic Memoirs of the GreenRoom, 467, 469Author, The, 288Autobiography ofa Cornish Smuggler,473 ... Autobiography ofJohn Harris, 697Avalon Peninsula, 265Avery, Captain John, 173Avery, Dr., 194Ayres, Mr., 119Azila, 714Babbage, 88Badcock, John, volunteers for Terradel Fuego, 233 — dies of privations, 235Bagdad, 462Bagshot Heath, 672Bahia, 422Bailey, Mr., 188Baker, Mr. Henry, 105, 347, 351Ball, John, 432Ball, Lieutenant, 565Ballads, " Chevy Chase," 703 — " The fight of the Monmouth andFoudroyant," 377 — " The Highwayman," 630INDEX 735Ballads, "Rosamond Clifford," 703 —— "Rule Britannia," 377 sung by Incledon, 386 — "The Storm," 380, 386 — " 'Twas Thursday," 377 — of wrestling, 58Ballot Society, 627Balls, Mary, 727, 729 — William, 727Baltic, 67Banks, Sir Joseph, 233, 679Bannister, 380Banns of marriage, 57SBantry Bay, 638Banza, 419Baptista, Signor, 552Barabbas, 40Barbados, 623Barcelona, 477, 640Barff, Mr., 451Barfleur, 261Bargus, Mr. Samuel, 262, 264Barlow, Bishop, 32Barming Heath, 603Barnardiston, Sir Samuel, 483, 484Barnstaple, 455, 659, 665Baronetage, 156Baron Munchausen's Travels, 2Barrey, Lord, 547Barrie, Captain, 327Barrington, Admiral, 238Barrington, Hon. Daines, 238, 241 — visits Dolly Pentreath, 239, 240Barrow, Sir John, 415, 423Barthlever, 528Bartholomew Fair, 271, SS^Bartlett, Rafe, 388, 393, 397 — confession of, 389, 395Barwell, Nabob, 525Barwick, Dr. J., 45Baseley, Richard, 388, 397 — confession of, 389, 392, 394Bashaw, Inglis, 716Basset, Sir Francis, 519Bassiere, 314Batavia, 568Bate, Mrs., 346Bath, 198, 200, 290, 377, 466 — Cathedral, Lady Chapel of, 32Bath, Earl of, 182, 183, 184Bathurst, Mr. C, 253, 256Battye, Philadelphia, 165 — William, 165Bawden, Giles, 540Baxter, Richard, 209Bayonne, 196, 504, 505Bay of Biscay, 489Beacon Hill, 723Beaver, 321Beddoes, Dr. Thomas, 676Bedford, Earl of, 139Behethlan, 614; jm Bohelland.Behethlan, Joan, 614 — John, 614 — Margery, 614Beirout, 597, 599Bell, Lieut. John, 64Bell-casting, 224-6Bell-foundeis, 224, 225, 226Bell-ringing, competitions, 223 — mysterious, 284 — song of, 223Bells, baptism of, 222 — inscriptions on, 222 — removed, 592Belle Poule, 505Bellingham, Mr. , 427, 430Bellot, Anne, 516, 517 — Christopher, 516Bemba Ganga, 417Ben, John, 649Benbow, Admiral, 372Bennett, Lieutenant, 609, 610Bentinck, Mr. Cavendish, 634Berat, 509Beresford, Lord Charles, 669Bergh, 47Berkeley, Earl of, 647 — Hon. Charles, 140 — Sir G. Cranfield, 648Berlin, The, 70Bermuda, 35Berne, 319Berry, Mr., 418Berry Pomeroy, 592Bessie's Cove, 470Best, Captain Thomas, 479 — Mr., 324-8, 519Beveridge, 215Biagi, D. Guido, 454Bible explains fossils, 4Bibliographia Comubiensis, 556 noteBibliotheca Comubiensis, 245Bideford, 633Bignell, George Carter, 141 — early life of, 144 — entomologist, 147-153Bignor, 517Bingham, Captain, 299Biographica Dramatica, 296736 CORNISH CHARACTERSBiographical Dictionary of EnglishCatholics, 556 noteBiographical Dictionary of Poets, 231Biographical Sketches in Cornivall,340Birmingham, 467Birthday, The, 469Bishop and his- Clerks, 640Bishop of Bath and Wells, 32 — of Carlisle, 89 — of Exeter, 140, 219, 425 — of Lichfield, 32 — of London, 27, 43, 215 — of Oxford, 207 — of Rochester, 213 — of Salisbury, 211 — of S. David's, 32 — of Winchester, 643, 649Black Friars, The, 544"Black Lion," 144Black Sea, 67Blackwood, John, 648 — Shovell, 648Blague, Thomas, 127Blake, Admiral, 45Blanchard, Mr., 608Blaiuhe, 248, 250Elean, The, 607, 612Blenheim, 260Blewett, George, 343Bligh boy sees ghost, 74-80Bligh, Edmund, 81 — family, the, 74, 79, gl — Mr., 74, 81, 701 — Thomas, 81 — Walter, 81Blight, Mr. J. T., 143Blockly, 81Bloomsbury, 165Blossom Underwing, 149" Blue Boar's Head," 542Board of Trade, 68Boase & Courtney, Messrs., 556 note — Dr., 680Boat-races at Saltash, 663Bochym, 517Boconnoc, 298, 317, 318, 319, 328Bodannan, 280Bodener, William, 242Bodleian Library, 615Bodmin, 37, 117, 120, 121, 125, 133,166, 179, 224. 225, 226, 280,351. 45S, 516. 520, 522, 531,535, 569, 578, 589. 627, 659,663, 678Bodmin Asylum and its inhabitants,570-572 — Gaol, 531, 540, 542, 570, 583 — Hills, 92 — Moors, 84, S73, 628 — Viscount, 726Body, William, 587Bohelland, 614 — mysterious tragedy at, 616-619Bolennowe Hill, 692Bolventro, 628Bombay, 445, 460, 462 — governed by Keigwin, 479-487 — Castle, 480Bomeny, 103Bonaparte, Prince Louis Lucien,242Bonaventura, Thomasine, attractivewidow, 113 — benefactress, 114-116 — goes to London, no, 113 — shepherd girl, 109Bond, Mr., 92Bond, Thomas, 681Bonde, 418Bond Street, 320, 325, 385Borlase, Dr. Bingham, 239, 676 — his account of the Logan, 18, 22Borleau, 104Boroughs, pocket, 518Borrowdale, SS9Boscastle, 721Boscawen, 130 — family, the, 500, 525, 554Boscawen, Hugh, 706Boscawen, Rev. A. C, 684Bossenden Farm, 603, 607Bossenden Wood, 608, 613Bossewell, John, 554Bossiney, 518Boston, 53Bosworgy, 341Botany Bay, 319 — settlement at, 559-564Botathan, 74, 81, 82, 701Botreux Castle, 721Botusfleming, 12Boughton-under-Blean, 603, 606,609, 612Boulogne, 332Bouverie, Hon. Philip, 649Bouverie, Sir Jacob, 649Bovey Heathfield, geological featuresof, 7Bovey Tracey, 226INDEX 737Bow, Rev. Dr., 613Bow Street, 380, 381Bowden, Elizabeth, 138Boyer, Nicholas, Mayor of Bodmin,executed, 589, 590Boyne, burnt, 258, 259Bracegirdle, Mrs., 299, 300 — and Capt. Hill, 300-4Braddock Down, 206Braddon family, arms of, 107Braddon, Captain William, 96Braddon, Laurence, 96, 107 — attacks Bishop Burnet, 106 — Author of Enquiry, 104, io6 — imprisoned and tried, 99, 100,102 — reports murder of Essex, 98-103Bradshaw, Sir Thomas, 40Bradstone, 228Braganza, 479Brandon, 386Bray, Charity, 593Bray, C, 699, noteBray, Mrs., on Bothathan ghost, 72 — on Polperro, 247Breage, 342, 370, 580, 585Breage Churchtown, 478Brember, Sir Nicholas, 435Brendon & Son, 578Brent Eleigh, 556Brentford, 318Brenton, Captain, 259Brereton, Major, 162Brest, 60, 259, 477Brian, Sir Hussey, 603Bribery at Elections, 518-530Bridgerule, 108, 226Bridges, Admiral Sir G. , 377Bridgwater, 36Bri^ Relation of State Affairs,403Brighton, 387Bristol, 37, 281, 282, 439, 670,676Bristol, Earl of, 376Britannia, 405British Association, the, 8, 87British Family Antiquity, 154, 168British and Foreign Institute, 465British Museum, 613, 680Brixham, 8 — geological features of, 7Broad Sound, 644Brompton Crescent, 382, 383Bronnaker, Lord, 552Brook, Sir Arthur, 714Brooke, Benjamin, 53Broom Hill, 182"Brown Bear, The," 381Brown, Dr. Robert, 708, 715Brown, John, 391, 392Brown, Mrs., 580Brown Willy, 84, 85, 109Browne, Hamilton, 446Browne, Mrs., 301, 303Browne, Sir Richard, 545Bruce, Eliza, 90Bruce, Haliday, 90Brulgruddery, Mrs., 468, 469Brunei's bridge, Saltash, 663Brunswick, H.M.S., 667Brunton, 468Bryant, John Davy, volunteers forTerra del Fuego, 233 — dies of hardships, 236Brydges, Captain, 462Buchanan, Robert, 209Buckhurst, Lord, 305Buckingham, Christopher, 455Buckingham family, the, 455Buckingham, George, 665 noteBuckingham, James, 465Buckingham, James Silk, a youthfulprisoner, in love, 458 — character of, 455, 464 — explores in Egypt, 460 — founds British and Foreign Institute,465 — in conflict with East India Company,460-5 — a linguist, 458, 462 — literary ventures of, 463, 464 — quells corn riot, 457 — suffers for his love of freedom,462, 463 — suggests Suez Canal, 459 —• to India in disguise, 462Buckingham, Leicester F. Y., 465Buckingham, Earl of, 170, 172, 173,524, 552, 721Bude, 115, 182,204, 205Bude Haven, 570Bude light, 202Budget of Paradoxes, 90Buggs, Sir Anthony, 500Bull, Rev. G. B., 695BuUer, Charles, 189BuUer family, 86Buller, Mr., 652Bulwer, Henry Lytton, 4483 B738 CORNISH CHARACTERSBunsby, Richard, 113Burton, Joe, 627Burton, John, falls over the stile,— his Curiosity Shop, 633 — invests in alligators, 632 — rudeness of, 634 — rules for living, 635 — spends Christmas Eve at JamaicaInn, 627-31 — Whiteley in curiosities, 632 — writes to the King, 634Burton, John, jun., 636Burton, Joseph, 627Burton, WiUiam, 419, 420Burton's Stile, 631Burdett, Sir Francis, 253Burge, Arthur, 219Burke, Sir Bernard, 299Burley, Sir Simon, 434Burlorn, 117, 119, 120, 121Burnard, Mr., 87Burnard, George, i85Burnard, Nevil Northey, on tramp,190 — success in London, 188 — works in slate, 186, 187Burnet, Bishop, 41, 45, 53, 211, 214,216, 218, 543 — on death of Essex, 106 — on the Duke of Hamilton, 310 — on Lord Mohun, 308 — on Lord Roberts, 726 — on nonjurors, 213Burns, Robert, 695, 699Burrow, Bessie, 470, 473Buryan, 329, 341Bury S. Edmunds, 140Bussy, 160, 162Butler, Samuel, 44Butt's Head Mill, 666Byng, Sir George, 640Byron, Captain, 340Byron, Lord, and Trelawny, 446, 452Cadiz, 123, 131, 259, 503Cadogan, Lord, 15Cadwalader, 288Caermarthen, Lord, 305Cailland, General, 164Cairo, 459Caius Coll. Cam., 73Cake House, 314, 316Calais, 296Calamy, 41, 214Calamy on Jane, 220Calcutta, 161, 463Calcutta Mirror, 463Calendar of Victory, 626Calendar State Papers, "jziCalifornia, 233Call family, the, 154, 156, 167 — arms of, 155, 167Call, John, 157Call, Sarah, 157Call, Sir John, 154, 157, 166 — benefacts his sister, 165 — his campaign in India, 158-165 — M.P. for Callington, 167Call, Sir W. G. M.. 167Call, William Berkeley, 167Call, William Pratt, 167Callinack, Mrs. , see KelynackCallington, 155, 167, 171, 518Callywith, 627Calvin, 724Calvinists v. Arminians, 357Camborne, 364, 692, 664, 699Camborne, Vean Mine, 581Cambria, 492, 494Cambridge, 27, 73, 85, 87, 89, 90,228, 231,516, 556Cambridge, Duke of, 465Camden, 405Camden, Lord, 409Camelford, 83, 424-426, 518Camelford, first Baron, 319Camelford, last Lord, acquitted, quitsNavy, 322 — birth and education of, 319 — duel with Mr. Best, 324-327 — embroiled in town, 323, 324 — his crazy scheme of assassination,322 — on the Guardian, 319 — shoots Peterson, 321 — under arrest, 320, 321Camisards, 639Campbell, General, 275Candish, Lord, 298Cann, Abraham, wrestles withPolkinghorne, 55Cann Wood, 148Cannington, 407" Canterburiensis," on John N. Tom,597, 613Canterbury, 31, 599, 602, 609, 612,613Canterbury, Archbishop of, 211,215. 291, 437INDEX 739Canterbury Bell, 607Cape Finisterre, 707Cape Horn, 234Cape of Good Hope, 124, 320, 409,459, 479. 560Cape Padrone, 411Cape Spartel, 714Cape S. Vincent, battle of, 259, 260Cape Verde Is., 410Capell, Lord, 100Capern, Edward, 699Capgrave, SS7Cap n Toby, see Tobias MartinCapuchin, The, 295Caradon, 84Caran Yellatu, 415Carbura, SS4Carclew, 86, 187, 344, 345Cardinham, 280Carew, 109, 114Carew, Mr., 243Carew, Thomas, 546Carew, 554, 652 — on tin-mining, 720 — on trees in Cornwall, 719Carfax, 207Cargreen, 730Carhayes, 395Carlisle, 89Carlisle, Sir Anthony, 203Carlyle, Thomas, i8gCarlyon, C, 122, 229Carlyon, Dr. Clement, 427Carmichael, Lord, 648CarnanAdit, 343Carnanton, 329, 340, 341Carnwark, Lord, 15Carpenter, General, 13Carpenter, William, 366Carrick Gladden, 172Carrick Roads, 456Carter, Agnes, 471Carter, Betsy, 478Carter, Charles, 476, 478Carter family, the, 471Carter, Francis, 471Carter, Frank, 478Carter, Henry, imprisoned in France,474. 477 — the biter bit, 474 — a pious smuggler, 471, 473, 477Carter, John, 275 — a daring smuggler, 471, 472 — imprisoned at Dinan, 474 — King of Prussia, 471, 478Case of the Unfortunate BosavernPenlez, 274Casland, 133Castell-an-Dinas, 682, 683Castile, 434Castle Horneck, 240Castle, Mr., 589Castlemaine, Lady, 550Catalonia, 267Catenary Curve, 678Cathayes, 395" Cat Harris," 287Catherine of Braganza, 479Catt, George, 610Caulfield, James, 48, 369Cawsand, 354, 474, 476Cecil, James, 275Cecil, Lord, 32Cecil Street, 276Cephalonia, 446, 448Ceriziers, 126, 128Cevennes, 639Chacewater, 54Challenger, 505Challis, Professor, 87, 89Challoner, Mr., 556, noteChaloner, 36Q!Ds.rs:Axx^&Journal, 257, 680Chammond family, the, 165Champernon, Mr., 592Champion, Sir Richard, 389Channel Fleet, 60Chantrey, 187, 188Chantrey, Lady, vandalism of, 188Chapman, Edward, falls into a shaft,701-703Chapman, John, 701Charing Cross, 295Charles I, 26, 31, 35, 41, 51, 127,128, IS4, 182, 206, 208, 329,334. 338. 407. 544. 675. 718.722, 725 — execution of, 42 — imprisonment of, 39Charles II, 96, 102, 107, 128, 207,280, 479, 480, 482, 544, 549 — lax government of, 549, 551Charles II, 730Charles V, 30Charles VIII, 729Charles, Prince, 41Charles's Wain, 84Charlotte, 559Charlotte, Queen, 192Charter House, 319740 CORNISH CHARACTERSChateaulin, 222Chateau-Renaud, 638Chatham, 377, 609 — Earl of, 318Chatterton, Thomas, 228, 231Chavis, John de, 137, 138Cheapside, 392Cheesewring, 91, 93Chelsea Hospital, 17Cheltenham, 199, 232Cherbourg, 408Cheshire, Widow, 469Chestnuts, 573Chetham Society, 279Chiandower, 342Chichester, 261Chichester of Hall, 701Chichester, Elizabeth, 398Chichester, Sir John, 398, 592Chilcott, Charles, 185Child, John, of Surat, 482-486Child, Mr. Paxton, 646Child, Sir Joshua, nefarious schemesof, 482-487Childe Harold, 695Child's First Prayer, The, 697Chiltern Hundreds, 527Chinglapett, 159Chiverton, Elizabeth, 402, 403, 404,407Chiverton, Sir Richard, 403, 407Cholwel, 115Christ Church, Oxford, 207, 210,213, 220, S44Christiania, 409Christmas Eve at Jamaica Inn, 627-631Christopher, Thomas, 532Church of England, position of, 30Cibber, CoUey, 299Cilenus, 554City of London Inn, 322Claracilla, 548Clackmannan, 204Clarendon, Earl of, 43, 206 — on Lord Roberts, 726 — on Noye, 332Clark, Samuel, 178Clarke, Dr., 361Claxton, 17Cleave, Thomas, 223, 224Clement, T., 274Clemo, Miss, 627Cleopatra, 500, 502Cleoyan, 591Clergy, character of, 31, 32, 33Cleve, 8Cleveland, Marquess of, 53°Clifden, James, Viscount, 726Clifton, 126, 676, 727, 729Clive, Lord, 159, 164, 487Clobery arms, 231Clobery, Dr. Glynn, 228Clobery, John, 228Clobery, Lucy, 228Clobery, Mary, 228Clobery, William, 228Clowance, 364, 367Clyst Heath, 588Coad, Benjamin, 248, 583Cobb, Captain, 490Cobbett's Register, 257Cobbett, William, 464, 520, 522 — in America, 688Cochrane, Mr., 523Cochrane, Sir Alexander, 252, 253,255Cockburne, Rev. W., 327, 328Cocks, Lieut. -Col. George, 264Coffee, introduction of, 482Coffin, Mr., 588Coke, Christopher, 706Coke, Edward, 706Coke family, the, 704Coke, Francis, 706 — John, ill-gotten gains of, 705Coke, Lance, 706Coke, Sir Anthony, 729Coke, solicitor, execution of, 51, 52Coke, Thomas, 706Colebrook, 398Coleridge, Derwent, S9Coles of Reading, 1 11Collection of State Papers, 53College Green, Bristol, 281, 282Collier, Mr. W. F., 572, 578CoUingwood, Captain, 259, 260, 261,267CoUingwood, Admiral, 445Collins, David, 568Collins, Rev. G. , 697Colman, George, 293, 295Colman, Mr., 377Colman, Mr. Edward, 556Cologne, 127Colomb, Colonel, 53Colonial State Papers, 35Colston, Launcelot, 10$Coltman, Mr. Justice, 121Comber, river, 59INDEX 741Commercial Inn, 145Companion to the Playhouse, The, 548Compleat Lawyer, 331Comprehension Bill, 211, 218Compton, 215Corapton Castle, 227Compton, Henry, 207, 220Conception Bay, 265Conduit Street, 324Confederate Fleet, 639Congo, 409, 418, 419, 420Congo, Exploration of, 409-23Congreve, Sir William, 66Connecticut, Governor of, 28Connor, Caroline, 465Conon, Mr., 282, 343Constantine, 701-2Constantinople, S97, 727-8Contemporary Review, 454Conversion of Thomas Tregoss, 179Convocation of 1689, 215-18Convocation of the Province of Canterbury,214Conway, Mr., 525Coode, Anne, 388, 398Coode, Jane, 370Coode, John, 370Coode, Richard, 388, 39SCook, Captain, 497, 564Cook family, the, 704Cook, Mr., 287Cooke, Colonel, 266Cooke, Henry, 704Cooke, J. H., 648 note, 651Cooke, Sir Thomas, 284Cooke, W., 283Cooling, Mr., 550Coote, Mr., 307Coote, Sir Eyre, 163Copper mines, 192Corfu, 45 1, S 14Corinth, 728Corn, famine in, 456Corneille, 126Cornish Character and Characteristics,581Cornish Ghost Story, A, 82Cornish, J. B., 471 note, 473, 478Cornish language, current, 243 — decline of, 243-4 — spoken by Dolly Pentreath, 238-45 — spoken in Mousehole, 242Cornish Magazine (1898), 73, 82, 471Comishman, 68Cornish Saints and Sinners, 245Cornwall Gazette, 122Coromandel, 160"Coronation, The," 58Corpus Christi Pleasure Fair, 144Corunna, 458, 463Coryton, Elizabeth, 406Coryton family, the, 401Coryton, John, 388 — claims estates, 396-8Coryton, John Tillie, 406Coryton, Mr., 339Coryton, Peter, 388-9, 398 — accused of murder, 389-95Coryton, Richard, 396-98 — depositions concerning murder of,390, 392-3 — murder of, 388, 396, 39SCoryton, Scipio, 396, 398Coryton, Sir John, 398, 401, 403, 407Coster, Mr., 342Cothele, 592Cottenham, Miss, 262Cottonian Library, 189Couch, J., 257Couch, J. Q., 257Couchworth, Mr., 611Courtenay, Sir William, see JohnNichols TomCourtney, Mr. J. S., 143Courtney, Mr., 520Court Place, 117Coutars, Robert, 613Covent Garden Theatre, 288, 301,378, 382, 384, 387. 467Coverplank, 160Cowley, Abraham, 553"Cracked Charity," 593Craddock, Humphrey, 223, 224Crafthole, 354Cranch, Mr., 409, 417Craven, Lord, 38, 301, 302Crawford Street, 622Crawshay, Mr., 197Crayford, 648Creation of the World, 680Creed, 54Creighton, Dr., 50Cresswell, Lieutenant, 567Crocodile, Lady Kitty, 294Crofts, Cecilia, 546Crofts, Sir John, 546Cromwell, Oliver, 26, 36, 37, 4°.45. 46, 49, 70, 127. 479. 549.724742 CORNISH CHARACTERSCropthorne, 8iCrosby, B.,, 257Cry of the Oppressed, 543Crystal Palace, 620Cuby, 525Cudden Point, 470Culloden, 260Culpepper, 208Culver, Mr., 603, 606, 608, 611Culver, Sarah, 611Cumberland, Duke of, 278Cunnack, 171Cunningham, 315Curafao, 62Curallak, James, 615Curling, Mr., 607Curryngton, Peter, see CorytonCyfarthfa, 197Cyrus, 408Daily Express, 69Dalling, Lord, 448Daly, 467Damann, 460Danby, Earl of, 220Dance, Sir Charles, 199Daniel, the lunatic, 571, 572Danvers, Colonel, 105Dargate Common, 606Darlington, Lord, 526Dartmoor, 55, 84, 92, 399Dartmouth, 38, 166, 342, 667Dartmouth, Earl of, 309Das Anton, Count, 145Dasycampa rubiginea, 148Daubuz, Mr., 583D'Avenant, Mr., 315Davenport, Mary Ann, appears atBath, 466 — her personifications, 467, 468,469 — style of, 466, 468, 469Davenport, Mr., 467, 469Davidstovpe, 226Davies, Henry, 341Davies, John, 341Davies, William, 341Davis, Catherine, 675Davis, John, 675Davy, Humphry, 677, 679Dawes, Mr., 560Dawlish, 200Dawson, G., 699 noteDawson, Mr., 416, 418Daye, Dorothy, 341Daye, Peter, 341Deal, 322Deanery of Trigg Minor, 225 noteDeath, a "natural," 667Deborah, 469Debretfs Peerage, 386De Conflans, 130Defence, 502Defoe, Daniel, 72, 79Delabole slate, 186Delamere, Lord, 673Delane, 286Delasaux, T. T., 613Delaval, Lord, 290Delaware, river, 688Delhi, 251Deloney, Thomas, noDemba, 417Demerara, 253De Mezeray, 426De Morgan, A., 90Denbigh, Lord, 725Denham, Sir John, on Killigrew,S4S. SS3Denman, Lord, 612Denmark, 639Denne & Snow, Messrs., 276 — Mr. George, 600Dennis, Captain Benedick, 646 — John, 252Deptford, 410, 716Derby, Earl of, 435, 661Dermont, 378De Ruyter, 46Derwentwater, Lord, 15Deveil, Sir Thomas, 287Devil to Pay, The, 323Devizes, 633Devon, Earl of, S99> 600Devonport, 20, 55, 85, 184, 399, 666 — Dispensary, 268Devonshire Characters and StrangeEvents, 54, 55Dewey, Henry R. , 465Dewin, Mr., 343De Witt, 46Dgioun, 597Diary, Pepys's, 726Dibdin, 387Dickens, Charles, 143Dickwood, Thomas, 26Dictionary of National Biography,53. 154. 205, 220, 451, 454, 556noteDiddler, Jeremy, 468INDEX 743Diddle, Sir Dilbury, 286Dido, H.M.S., 236Digges, Sir Dudley, 330Dignum, 380Dinan, 474Dingley, Dorothy, 81, 82 — appears at Bothathan, 75, 78Dingley, Francis, 81Dingley, James, vicar of South Petherwin,72, 82Dingley, Mrs., 316Dingley, Pethebridge, and Dingley, 72Discovery, 320Dissertation on the Utility of History,425" Diurnall " of Ruddle, 73Diversions of the Morning, The, 285Divine Right of Kings, 209, 210, 335Dixon, Mr. James, 625, 626Doble, Matthew, 528Dock Lane, Penzance, 622Dog, a sagacious, 353Dogger Bank, 502Dolcoath, 694, 696Doleman, Colonel, 45Dolly's Coffee House, 171Dominica, 522Doncaster, 32Donnithome, Mr. Nicholas, 283Don Quixote, 299Dorchester, Marquis of, 661Dorothy, 409, 420, 421Douay Diary, 555, 556 noteDove, Tom, 113Dover, 296, 322Dowlas, Mrs., 469Down, T. C, 451 note; 454Dozmare Pool, 628Drake, Sir Francis, 137Draper, Lieut.-Col., 162Dreams—Edward Norway's, 123-125 — Williams's of Perceval, 427Drew, Jabez, 351, 356Drew, J. H., 346, 363Drew, Samuel, 63 — a half-drowned smuggler, 355 — blunders re Bothathan Ghost, 73 — carries the mail, 351 — declines a wife, 360 — early life of, 346 — literary pursuits of, 356, 358, 360,361 — on Dolly Pentreath, 238, 241 — runs away, 349-35' — sees weird apparition, 374Drew, value of works of, 361, 362Drummond family, the, 524Drummond, Samuel, 625Drummond-Hay, Sir John, 714Drury Liane, 288, 300, 301, 302, 552Drury Lane Theatre, 323, 378, 384,387Duberly, Lady, 469Dublin, 90, 173, 289, 380, 467, 638Dublin, Marquis of, 433Duchess of Clarence, 196Duchy of Lancaster Liberty, 275Duckworth, Admiral, 443Duel between Mohun and Hamilton,3"-i7Duelling, 308, 309Duke of Clarence, 64iioteDuloe, 432Dumoor Heath, 673Dunkirk, 46, 332, 612, 639Dunmeer Woods, 117, 120Dunstanville, Lord de, 519Dunster, Baron of, 298Dupleix, 160, 161Durable, Miss, 469Durant, Dorothy, 81 ^ George, 81 — Richard, 81Durham, 13Durnford, Mr., 420Dursley, Lord, 640, 641, 647Eagle, wreck of the, 640, 647, 650Early Years and Late Reflections,122, 427Eastbourne, 678, 680, 681East India Company, 158 — misgovernment by Child, 484-7 — prosperity of, 482, 483 — rights of, 459-61, 479, 482 — treatment of Keigwin, 479East India House, 374, 485Eastling, 607East Looe, I, 92, 518, 681Eccles, 299Ecclesiastical History of New England,53Eddystone Lig'hthouse, 633Edgar, 638Edgcumbe, 171 — family, the, 171 — Jane, 592 — Sir Piers, 592Edgehill, 51, 7^2Edict of Nantes, 424744 CORNISH CHARACTERSEdinburgh Botanical Society, 143Edinburgh, Duke of, 669EdinburghJournal, 257Edinburgh, Medical School of, 677Edinburgh Museum, 633Edmund, King, 231Ednovean, 341Edward I, 243, 500, 719Edward II, 136, 434Edward III, 136, 654Edward IV, 661Edward VI, 29, 115, 518, 586, 616Edward VII, 187, 634 — and Ann Glanville, 669Edwards, Bryant, 172Edwards, Mr. , 98Edwards, J. P., 363Edye, Lieut. L., 20, 25Edye, Mr. William, 20, 23Eggesford, 225Egloshayle, 117, 119, 120, 122, 223,224Egloskerry, 84Egmont, 505Eikon Basilike, 680Ekins, Mr. , 642El Arbi Shat, 711Elba, 507Elder Brethren of Trinity House, 66Elections, Cornish, 518-530Eliot, Edward, 73Eliot, John, 73Eliot, Lord, 522Eliot, Sir John, 73, 339Elizabeth, Queen, 30, 31, 133, 1 36,137, 224, 298, 395, 479, 518,524, 554, 652, 655, 657, 661,662, 665, 704, 720Ellery, John, 223, 224Elliott, Ebenezer, 189Elliott, Mr., 402Embonna, 412, 415Emperors of the East, 727, 728Endicott, Mr., 35English Atlas, The, 542English Botany, 143English Dictionary, Johnson's, 2Englishman in Paris, The, 288Englishman Returned from Paris,The, 288Enoder, 517Etiquiry of the Barbarous Murderof the Earl of Essex, 104, 106Entomological Society of London, 147Enys, 470, 473, 614Enys, Mr. J. D., 614Enys, Valentine, 707Epicane, 550Epirus, 513Epitaph on Dolly Pentreath, 242Epule Thyesta, 42Erisey family, the, 500Eiisey, Richard, 140Erizzo, Francisco, 545Erwin, 236Escrick, 96Esmond, 310Essay on the Being and Attributesof the Deity, 361Essay on the Human Understanding,357Essay on the Immortality of the Soul,358. 360Essex, Earl of, 96, 305, 722, 725Essex, Arthur, Earl of; suicide of,96, 97, 100, 104, 106 — supposed murder of, 98, 99, 104Essex^s Innocency and Honour Vindicated,106Ethy, 503, 514Euclid, 92European Magazine, 626Euston Square, 193Evans, Mr. , 97Evelyn's Diary, entry re Peters, 41Ewes, Colonel, 39Examiner, The, 308, 314ExcaUbur, 605Excellent, 259, 260Execution of Bartlett, 395, 327 — of Bosavern Penlez, 274 — of Cuthbert Mayne, 658 — of Eulalia Page, 665 — of Hawkins and Kendal, 140 — of Humphrey Arundell, 592 — of James and William Lightfoot,122 — of James Tyley, 402 — of Jonathan Simpson, 674 — of Lord Russell and Sidney, 485 — of the Mayor of Bodmin, 590 — of Rogers and Street, 367 — of Russell, 209 — of Samuel Goodere, 282 — of Sir Robert Tresilian, 440 — of the Vicar of S. Thomas's, 588 — of William Kilter, 587 noteExeter, 8, 12, 80, III, 113, 134,144, 156, 179, 220, 224, 375,467, S24> 560. 628, 704INDEX 745Exeter, Bishop of, 140, 219, 425Exeter Cathedral, 219, 375Exeter College, Oxford, 177, 329,SS4. 722Exeter, siege of, 588Exmoor, 92Exmouth, 601 — Lord, 456, 507Eyre, Mr., 422Fadlallah, 3Faery, The, i,T^, 473Fahil, Captain, 320Fairfax, Sir Thomas, 36, 39Fairies, 533, 536, 538Fairman, W. C, 614Fairs, Corpus Christi, 144 — Falmouth, 370Faith-cures, 542Fal, the, 133, 370Falkland, Lord, 208, 544"Fall of Man, The," 631Falmouth, 60, 62, 136, 137, 145,187, 250. 370, 373. 410, 429,456, 458, 478, 497. 623, 628,631. 633, 663, 69s, 699, 717Falmouth, Lord, 525Falmouth fair, 370Falmouth harbour, 134, 371"Falstaff of the West," see AnthonyPayneFamiliar Letters, 331, 332 note,333 noteFarey, Mr., 200Farming in America, 684Fatal Curiosity, The, 619Fatima, 2 13Faulkener, one-legged, 289Faversham, 606, 612Favourite, 320Fawcett, Nabob, £22Fearon, Colonel, 490, 498, 499Fellowes, Captain, 261-267Felt, J. B., S3Fenny Park, 157Fenton, Mr., 448, 449,Fenwick, Colonel, 498Feock, 244Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain,729Ferguson, 314Fermon, Jane, 135 — Sir George, 135 — Sir William, 135Fetiche Rock, 413Fez, 71 sFielding, Henry, 275-278 — Sir John, 630Fiennes, Nathaniel, 37, 724Filmer, 208, 221Firebrand, 640, 647" First Primrose, The," 694Fishbourne, 559Fisher, Rev. Thomas, 427Fish Strand, 458Fitzallen family, 1 12Fitzmaurice, Mr., 410Five-lanes, 190Flannel, The, 381Fleas, 659Fleet Conduit, 27Fleet Prison, 291, 337, 543, 555Fleet Street, 276Fleetwood, 667Fleta, 136Fletcher, 487Flood accounts for fossils, 4Flora of West Cornwall, 143Flower, 54Flushing, 455, 456Foad, Alexander, 608, 611Foley, 188Folger, Peter, 34Folkestone, Viscount, 649"Folly, The," 131Foote family, the, 280 — arms of, 280Foote, Edward, 282, 294Foote, Elizabeth, 280Foote, John, 280, 282Foote, Mrs., 282-4, 291Foote, Samuel, and George II, 294 — appears as Othello, 285 — boastfulness punished, 290 — caricatures his friends, 288, 289 — character of, 283, 287 — dramatic talent of, 296 — early life of, 280, 282, 284 — extravagance of, 287, 290 — his Diversions, 285 — jocularity of, 283, 292, 293, 294,296 — mimicry of, 283, 286, 287, 289,292, 293, 294 — prank at college, 284 — rebuilds Haymarket, 290 — trial of, 29sFoote, Samuel, of Tiverton, 280Footprints of Former Men in FarCornwall, 93, 185746 CORNISH CHARACTERSForbes, John, 34Forbes, Professor Ed. , 189Fordwick, Lord, 599Forest of Dean, 168Fore Street, St. Ives, 172Formidable, 376Forrabury, 109Forster, General, 13Fort Royal, 321Fort S. David, 158, 160, 161Fort S. George, 158, 159, 162Fort S. Julian, 145Fort Tregantle, 148Fort William, 158Fossils—never found in granite,— 95 . . , superstition about origin of, 4Foster's Baronetage, 156Fowey, 26, 187, 247, 248, 298, 329,SIS, S18, 723Fowler, Dean, 213Fox, Caroline, 86, 90 — on Burnard, 188Foxwell, Mr., 61Fragments of an Unfinished Drama,4S4Francis, 707Francis, Mr. G., 603Franklyn, Mr., 28Frederick, Prince of Wales, 319,344Frederick the Great, 471Freemantle, Admiral, 514Free Trade, see SmugglingFremington, 225Fresnel, 202Friar Street, London, 204Friendship, 559, 561Frisk, Lady Betty, 286Froissart, Sir John, on Sir RobertTresilian, 43S-40Frome, 103Frome Selwood, 99Froude, J. A. , 657 — on Archbishop Parker, 31 — on the Church of England, 32 — on the Reformation, 29Fry, Mr., 679Fryer, Dr., 479Fulford, Elizabeth, 592Fulford, Sir John, 592Fulham, 672Fulmer, 467Fulton, Mr., 688" Furry Day," Helston, S9Gall, John, 113Galway, Mr., 410, 417Gardiner, Captain Allen, death andburial of, 236, 237 — encounters hardships, 234, 235 — starts for Terra del Fuego, 232,233Gardiner, S. R., 53Garnett, Mr. R., 445, 4S4Garonne, 196Garrick, David, mimicked by Foote,286, 292Garrick Coffee House, 380Garth, Mr., 420Gascoyne, Mr., 525Gaverigan, John, 718Gaverigan, Philippa, 718Gawsworth, 317Gay, Thomas, 386Geffrey, Joan, 718Gell, Philip, S21General Advertiser, 285Geneva, 31Genoa, 707Gentleman!s Magazine., 19, 169, 170^279, 423. 529Geological discoveries by Pengelly,4, 7-10Geology, Pengelly's first lesson in, 4George I, 184, 713George II, 294George III, 223, 524George IV, 223George Inn, Newnham, 607George of Denmark, Prince, 639George's Coffee House, 286Georgian jEra, 468Germansweek, 109Germoe, 342Gerrard, Fitton, 299Ghosts—appears to Gumb, 94 — at Bothathan, 74-79, 82 — at S. Austell, 347, 348 — of Tregeagle, 628Giants, 185Giants and Dwarfs, i8sGibbon, Edward, 729Gibraltar, 503, 639, 716Gibson, Captain, 730Giddy, Edward, 67sGiddy, John, 67sGiddy, Mr. Davies, 192Giddy, Rev, Edward, 341Giddy, Thomas, 67sGidley, John, 56°INDEX 747Gilbert, Carew Davies, 340 noteGilbert, C. S., 662 — finds Payne's portrait, 184Gilbert, Davies, 20, 23, 167, 192,34O1 341 — and the Logan Rock, 680 — and the Royal Society, 679 — frames Act of interment of thedrowned, 62 — friend of Beddoes, and HumphryDavy, 676, 677 — his collection of carols, 676, 681 — his wife, 678 — his works, 680 — on derivation of Week, 109 — on Henry Rogers, 368, 369 — on John Knill, 171, 173 — practical mathematician, 677, 678,680Gilbert, Mary Ann, 678 — a strong-minded partner, 679Gilbert, Thomas, 220Gilbert, Walter Raleigh, 227Gildew, Mr., 556 noteGilpin, 405Ginger, J., 328Gingi, 163Gironde, 505Gladiator, 254Glaisher, Professor, 89, 90Glance behind the Curtain, 70Glanville, Ann, beats the French, 668 — champion oarswoman, 666 — character of, 669 — Jack Tar's mother, 666Glanville, Eulalia, 665Glanville femily, the, 664, 665Glanville, Judge, 665Glanville, Mary, 665Glasgow, 202,Glasgow, 509"Glee Club, The," 380Gleig, Mr., 504Glimpses of the Supernatural, 81Glivian, 173Gloag family, the, 256Gloucester, 112, 199, 648 note, 651Gloucester, Bishop of, 531Gloucester Hall, 284Gloucester, Thomas, Duke of, 432-439 — and Sir Robert Tresilian, 438-440Gluvias, 500, 614, 615 note, 616Glyn, Dennis, 280Glyn, Nicholas, 280Glynn, Robert, 228Glynn-Clobery, Richard, his prizepoem, 231 — life at Cambridge, 229-30 — strong Chattertonian, 228, 231Goadby & Co., 347, 349Godolphin House, 584, 70SGodolphin, Lady, discovers Coke'sill practices, 705Godolphin, Lord, 343Godolphin, Margaret, 480Godolphin, Nicholas, 480Godolphin, Prudence, 706Godolphin, Sir Francis, 704Godolphin, William, 706Golden, 528, 652, 656Golden Grove, 559, 565Golding, Lady, 630Goldsmith, Lieutenant, 680 — death of, 25 — describes displacement, 21 — displaces Logan Stone, 19 — replaces Logan Stone, 23Goldsmith, Oliver, 19Goldsworthy, General, 192Gonzalo, 371Goodall, John, 406Goodall, Peter, 406Goodall, William, 406Goodere, Samuel, 280 — strangles his brother, 281-2Goodere, Sir Edward, 280Goodere, Sir John Dinely, 280 — strangled by his brother, 281-2Goodfellow, John, 223-4Goodrestone, 606Goodwin, John, 42, 48Goodwin, Rev. Harvey, 89Goodwin Sands, 602Gordon, Colonel, 448Goring, Lord George, 38, 723Gorran, 12Gotha, 453Gottenburg, JoiGough, General, 189, 403-6Gould, Jacky, 664Gout not hereditary, 229Gower, Dr., 284Graham, Mr., 716Graham, Sir 'Thomas, 487Grampound, 329, 515, 516, 517, 518,527, 529 — disfranchisement of, 524 — elections at, 522-524Grandison, John, Earl, 318748 CORNISH CHARACTERSGrasse, Count de, 377Gravesend, Bishop of, 386Gray's Inn, 170, 173, 283Graythwaite, 374Great Eastern Company, 70Great Exhibition, 620Great Smith, 643Great Torrington, 179Green Castle, 62Green, J. R., 208Greenwich, 269Greenwich Hospital, 626Gregor, Mr., 424Gregory XIII, 653, 654Grenville family, the, 181Grenville, Lady, 328Grenville, Lady Grace, 183Grenville, Lord, 319, 323Grenville, Sir Beville, 182Grenville, Sir John, 183Grenville, Sir Richard, 139, 653,722, 724Gretna Green, 465Grey de Ruthyn, 112Grey, Lord, 588Grey of Gloucester, II2Grey, Thomas, 66lGrey, William, Lord, 589Griffith, Anne, 317Griffith, Colonel Edward, 299Grove, 156Grub Street, 317Grylls, Rev. P. Couch, 85Grylls, Tabitha Knill, 83Guardian, 319Guernsey, 246Guiana, 134Guide to Ilfracombe, 143Guide to Penzance, 143Guildhall, London, 390Guilston, 646Gulf of Finland, 408Gulf of Lyons, 267Gull, 87Gumb, Daniel, Hawker's account of,94 — observatory of, 92 — stone diagrams of, 92, 93Gunning, 231Gunpowder Plot, 661Gunther, Captain, 420Gurney, John, 192Gurney, Miss A. D. , 205Gurney, Sir Goldsworthy, 192-205Gurney invents and applies steamblast,194-197. 203, 204, 205 — invents Bude light, 202, 205 — invents oxyhydrogen blow-pipe,203-205 — prejudice against his inventions,200, 202, 205 — prophecies of, 203, 204 — runs a steam-coach, 198, 205 — uses concrete, 204Gustavus of Sweden, 511Gwennap, 427Gwennap mines, 343Haberdashers' Company, 542Habingdon, Mr., 38Hachard, J. , 328Hackworth, Mr., 195Hadleigh, 727Hague, The, 128, 547Hales' estate, the, 600Halifax, 261, 267Hall, 81, 701Hall, Mr., 109Hall, Mr. S. C, on J. S. Buckingham,4SS, 463Halley's Comet, 85Hallowell, Admiral, 506Halls, Honor, 360Halstead, Mr., 97Hals, John, inaccuracy of, 137 — 244, 338, 340, S57. S9I. 616,680 — on Edward Chapman, 701 — on John Coke, 704-706 — on Tillie, 400, 403, 404Hals, Sir Nicholas, 135, 136, 137Hambley family, the, 455Hambley, Thomazine, 455Hamilton, Colonel John, examinationof, 31S, 316 — second in Mohun's duel, 311-315Hamilton, Duchess of, 316Hamilton, Duke of, fights withMohun, 310-317Hamilton, Marquis of, 39Hamley, Colonel, 569Hamley, Mr., 370Hamoaze, 663, 667Hampden, John, 96Hanacott Manor, 204Handel, 378Handley, Mr., 609Hanover, 16, 308, 424Hanover Square, 345INDEX 749Hanseatic League, 334Hans Towns, 136Hardcastle, Mrs., 467, 469Harley, 79Harley, Robert, 310Harlyn, 26Harpford, 701Harpsfield, 557Harrington, Earl of, 317Harris, Alfred, 697, 699Harris, Captain John, 623Harris, George, 369Harris, Howard, 697, 699Harris, James, 695Harris, Jane, 697Harris, John, early versifications of,694 — his escapes from death, 69S — his own account of his life, 692-698 — his prize poem on Shakespeare,699 — miner poet, 700 — reads Shakespeare, Byron, andBurns, 695 — talent of, 699 — vanity of, 694, 697, 698Harris, Lucretia, 697Harris, Mr. J. Henry, 245Harris, shoemaker, 119Harris, Sir W. Snow, 203Harris, Susan, 623Harris, Thomas, 378Harrison, Colonel, 51Hartland, 92Hartland Abbey, 156, 165Harvey family, the, 467Harvey, Catherine, 428Harvey, Joseph, 467Harvey, Lord, 376Harvey, Martin, 428Harvey, Mary Ann, 466; see DavenportHarvey, Sir Robert, 185Harwich, 320Hatch, J., 366Havre, 130, 597, 667Haweis, 432Hawke, 130Hawker, Rev. R. S., 73 — on Gumb, 93 — on Payne, 183, 185Hawkey, Charles, 408Hawkey, Charlotte, 166, 168, 408,423 -Hawkey, Lieutenant Joseph, 408Hawkey, Lieutenant John, death of,422 — explores the Congo, 409-422 — narrow escape from drowning, 410 — prisoner in France, 408Hawkey, Mr., 166Hawkey, Richard, 408Hawkey, William, 408Hawkins family, the, 515, 516Hawkins, Florence, 516Hawkins, Francis, 516Hawkins, George, 516Hawkins, Jane, 516Hawkins, John, 516, 517Hawkins, Maria, 443Hawkins, Mary, 516Hawkins, Mr., 138-140Hawkins, Philip, 516, 517Hawkins, Reginald, 516Hawkins, Renatus, 516Hawkins, Sir Christopher, 443 — acquires land, 517 — borough-monger, 515, 520, 521,526 — encourages inventions, 527 — influence at Grampound, 522-524,527 — influence at S. Ives, 524, 527-529 — M.P. for Mitchell, 518, 527 — M.P. for Penryn, 527 — tried for corruption, 520Hawkins, Thomas, 516, 517Hawley, Captain, loi, 105Hayle, 172, 516Haymarket Theatre, 285, 287, 294,29s. 377. 465. 467 — rebuilt by Foote, 290 — wreckage of, 278Hayward, Abraham, 578Hayward, Sir John, 590Heathman, Francis, 538Heir at Law, 469Heliofhotus hispidus, 151Helland, 228, 592Helston, 60, 61, 67, 71, 170, 171.329. 362, 364. 5'6, 579. 580,678 — described, 59" Helston Arms," 582Helston Church, 587Hender, Frances, 721Hender, John, 721Hengest, 231750 CORNISH CHARACTERSHenley, 287Henry II, 407Henry III, 133, 298Henry VI, 109, IIIHenry VII, 32, 154, 661Henry VIII, 243, 247, 586, 652,655 — and the Reformation, 28, 29Herald's Visitations of Cornwall, 81,107, ISS, 224, 280, 370, 441,661, 701Herald's Visitations of Devon, 171Herbert, Admiral, 638Herbert, Lord Charles, S44Herbert, Mr. Edmund, on Sir C.Shovel, 642, 646Herbert, Sir William, 589Hercules, 446Herkomer, Professor von, 90Heme Hill, 606, 609, 611Herod's Foot, 581Heroes of the old Falmouth PacketService, 626Herring, Mr. F., 190Herschel, Sir John, 88Hesse, Charlotte van, S47Hesse, John van, 547Heywood, Anne, 516Heyvirood, James, 517Hicker, George, 543Hicks, Polly, 283Hicks, William Robert, chestnuts of,573 — examples of humour of, S74-578 — personal appearance of, 569-575 — tells of an indifferent night, 574 — versatility of, 569Higginson, Rev., 34Higher Brown Quartils, 75, 78, 80,82Highgate, 387Highgate, Lord, 386High Life Below Stairs, 407Highwaymen, see Jonathan SimpsonHill, Captain Richard, 299, 300 — escapes, 305-6 — murders Mountford, 299-304Hill, Mr., 427-8Historical and Critical Account ofHugh Peters, S3Historical Journal of the Transactionsat Port Jackson and NorfolkIsland, 568Historical Survey of Cornwall, 662History of the Commonwealth, 53History of Cornwall, 73, 238, 243,361, 401, 616, 680History of England, Froude's, 31note, 32 noteHistory of the Four Last Years ofthe Queen, 317History of His Own Times, 53, 106History ofJohn Gilpin, 2History of the Life and Adventuresof Mr. Duncan Campbell, 72History of Looe, 681History of Polperro, 257History of the Reign of Queen Anne,•645 note, 648, 651History of Rev. Hugh Peters, 53History of Queen Anne, The, 307,308 noteHistory of the West Indies, I'jiHistrio-Mastix, 335Hitchens, 243Hodder, Mr., 418Holborn, 170, 276Holtlsworth, Mr. Arthur, 166Holinshed, 432Holland, Captain, 105Holland House, 326Holland, Lord, 327Holland, Sir John, 437-8Holman, Samuel, 405Holmes, Mr., 526Holsworthy, 108, 156Holt, 305Holyhead, 626Homer Place, 622Honiton, 588Hooker, John, 155Hooker, Richard, 369, 588Hope, General Sir John, 505Hopton, Sir Ralph, 206Horace, 692Hore, Richard, 654Hornblower, Jonathan, 677Horner, Mr., 524Horse, a sagacious, 352" Horse and Groom," 326" Horse and Jockey," 582Hosken, Anthony, 226Hosken, Nancy, 226Hoskin family, the, 683Hoskin, James, advice to his children,690 — and his rector, 683 — burial of, 682 — his adventures in America, 685-89 — on farming in the States, 684INDEX 751Hoskin, return of, 689Hoskin, John William, 683Hoskin, Richard Vinnicombe, 683Hosking, Harriet, 669Hotham, Sir John, 36Hound, 650Hounslow Heath, 17House, Jane, 669Household Books of Lord WilliamHoward, 556 noteHousehold Words, 1852, 22 noteHoward, Lord, g§Howard, Lord William, 555, 558Howard Street, 301, 302Howell, James, 128, 518 — on Noye, 331, 333, 338, 340Howes, Mr. James, 390Hudibras, 44Hudson, Mr., 148Hudson, river, 689Hugo, Mr., 594Huguenots, massacre of, 653Hull, 642, 667Humayoon Shah, 460, 462Humphries, Mr., 323Hungate, Dom Gregory, 556Hungerford, 210Hunt, Anna Maria, 726Hunt, James, 613Hunt, Thomas, 726Hunter, John, 560, 568Huntly, 485Hurst Castle, 39Hyde, Edward, 206Hyde, Sir Edward, 545Hyde Park, 16, 17, 31 1, 316Hyder Ali, 164Hyndford, Earl of, 64SIdentity and Resurrection of theHuman Body, The, 360Ilfracombe, 143Illustrated London News, 620,622Illustrious Obscure, An, 578Imaum of Muscat, 460, 462Imperial Magazine, 361, 363Incledon, Charles, chorister at— Exeter, 375 death of, 387 — hoaxed, 380, 381, 385, 386 — in the navy, 376, 377 — partiality for wine, 381, 382, 383,— selfishness of, 383, 384Incledon, theatrical experiences of,377, 378, 387 — vanity of, 380, 381, 382, 386 — voice of, 378, 379, 386 — wrecked, 380Incledon, Mrs., 382, 382, 384Indefatigable, 456Independents, rise of, 37Ingoldsby, Colonel Richard, 17Ingram, Sir Arthur, 331Inner Temple, 554Innes, Mr., 523Innocent Lady, The, 128Inny, river, 83Inquiries Concerning the IntellectualPower, 427Inventions—by Call, 158 — of the Bude light, 202 — of heating houses, 204, 205 — of life-saving rockets, 63, 64 — of the locomotive, 193 — of the oxyhydrogen blow-pipe,203 — the steam-blast, 195-197 — of a torpedo, 688Invincible, 321Irelaiid, Duke of, 433, 435, 438, 439Irresistible, 260Isle of Wight, 39Isthmus of Suez, 459Jackman, 55Jackman, Mr. William, 244Jackson, constable, 119Jackson, Rev., 295Jackson, William, 375Tago, Dr., 730Jago, Rev. W., 626Jamaica, 172, 515, 683Jamaica Inn, 573, 628, 629 — Christmas Eve at, 627-631James I, 31, 134, 718, 721James II, 105, 106, 209, 210, 221,402, 542, 638James, Ann, 582James's Naval History, 257, 626Jamison, Mr., 566Jane family, the, 206Jane, Joseph, 206 — answers Milton's BiKO^oicXdcrTi;!,207Jane, Thomas, 206Jane, William, 207Jane, William, blocking tactics of,216-219752 CORNISH CHARACTERSJane confers on Real Presence, 209 — Prolocutor, 215 — rapid promotion of, 207, 219 — transfers allegiance to William III,210, 221Janina, 508, 513Janus, 211, 330Jefferies, Anne, abstains from foodand performs cures, 531, 535,. S37.> 538 — imprisoned, 53', 54° — meets with fairies, 532, 533, 536,538Jefferies, Mr. , 420Jeffery, Dolly, 238, 245 ; see PentreathJeffery, John, 247 .Jeffery, Robert, exploits his privations,256 — Government inquiry concerning,254 — impressed for Navy, 248, 250 — left on Sombrero, 251, 253 — thief, 250Jeffreys, Judge, 104, 106Jeffreys, Lord, 542Jenken, Mary, 71Jenken, Samuel, 71Jenkin, Captain W. , 678Jennings, Captain, 458Jennings, Elizabeth, 458Jerusalem, King of, 599, 600Jervis, Sir John, 258, 259Jeune Richard, Le, 623, 624Jewell family, the, 156Jewell, Sarah, 156John II, 727John, King, 719John and Nicholas, 626John, Elizabeth, 615John, Joan, 615, 616John, Margaret, 615John, Michael, 615, 616Johnson, Dr. Samuel, 2, 167, 675 — and Samuel Foote, 289, 293Johnson, Mr., 420Johnstone, Andrew C. , 522Johnstone, Jack, 381"Joiners' Arms," S. Columb, 593Jones, Mrs. Cadwalader, 157Jones, William, 717Jonson, Ben, 337, 338, 550Jope, Mr., 171Jope, Rev. John, 173Jordan, Mrs., 468Jordan, W., 680Josselin, 474Journal of the Royal Institution ofCornwall, 140, 185, 626, 644,Juga, 415, 417, 418Jumper, Sir W., 642Justification of the War, 46Kardihi, 509Karikal, 163Keates, Captain, 443Keene, Mr. , 196-7Keigwin family, the, 480Keigwin, Captain Richard, characterof, 488 — Commandant at Bombay, 479-80,483, 485, 487 — revolts from misgovernment ofE. I. Company, 484-7Keigwin, J., 680Keigwin, Jenkin, 480Keigwin, Margaret, 480Keigwin, Richard, 480Kekewich, Loveday, 206Kekewich, William, 206Kelly, Earl, 293Kelly, Mr., of Kelly, 665Kelly, T., 613Kelynack family, the, 620Kelynack, Charles, 620Kelynack, Mary, her reception, 621 — walks to London, 620Kelynack, Philip, 620Kelynack, William, 620Keml)le, Frances A., 454Kemble, John, 379, 384Kempe, John, 654Kempthorne, Admiral, 374Kempthorne, Captain, 457Kendal, 138-40Keneggy, 478Kenmure, Lord, 13, 15Kennall, Dr., 243Kennedy, Lord, 299Kensington, 312, 326Kent, The, loss of, 489-99Kentisbeare, 225Kent's Cavern, Torquay, explorationof, 8Kenwyn, 428Kenyon, Lord, 519, 526Kerrisvean, 634Kew, 410Khorchid Pacha, 513INDEX 753KidUywink, 470KigiUiath, 179Kilkhampton, 182Killefreth, 428Killigrew, 133Killigrew family, the, 133, 140, 500,S44> SS3 — stage-struck, 544, 552Killigrew, Charles. 547, 552Killigrew, Frances, 140Killigrew, Henry, 544, 547Killigrew, Jane, contrives Spanishmurders, 136 — protected by Penryn, 135 — Spanish murders wrongly attributedto, I 7Killigrew, Lady, 729Killigrew, Martin, 134Killigrew, Mary, involved in Spanishmurders, 137-140Killigrew, Ralph, 133Killigrew, Robert, 547Killigrew, Simon, 133Killigrew, Sir Henry, 729Killigrew, Sir John, 133, 134Killigrew, Sir Peter, 140Killigrew, Sir Robert, 544Killigrew, Sir William, 136, S44Killigrew, Thomas, answers LouisXIV, 546 — at the Restoration, 547, S48 — gives good counsel to the king,549, 55° — misbehaviour at Venice, 545 — plays of, 547 — satirizes Lady Shrewsbury, 552Killigrew, Thomas, jun., 547, 552Killingworth Colliery, 195Kilmar, 84Kilter, William, 587 noteKimberley, Earl of, 140Kimmeridge clay, 9King, Lieut. Philip G., Governor ofNew South Wales, 568 — in charge at Norfolk Is., 564-567 — voyage to Botany Bay, 569, 561King, Philip, 560King, Rear-Admiral P. Parker, 568King, Sir Peter, 308Kingsand, 269King's Bench, 543King's Bench Prison, 661King's College, Cambridge, 228, 231King's College, London, 89King's House Theatre, 548King Street, Westminster, 542Kingston Bridge, 672Kingston, Duchess of, 289, 294Kingston, Sir Anthony, 589Kirrier, 244Kit-Cat, 315Kittites, the, 523Knatchbull, N. J,, 613ICneller, Sir Godfrey, 183, 184Knight, Mr., 327Knill, 171Knill family, 171Knill, John, collector of customs,170, 171 — conditions of his bequest to S.Ives, 173 — his monument, 169, 170 — suspected of smuggling, 172Knill's Folly, 169KnoUys, Sir Robert, 432Knox, Mr., 556 noteKnyvett, Henry, 133Kolokotroni, 446Koran, 511Kosseir, 460Kyber, 67Labourdonnais, 159Lady Harriet, 458Lady Hobart, wreck of, 251-263,267Lady Penrhyn, 559Lagos, 130La Hogue, 639Lake, Baron, of Delhi, 251Lake, Capt. the Hon. W., 248 — court-martialled, 254-256 — leaves Jeffery on Sombrero, 251 — takes undue credit for attack onAlbion, 248, 249Lake family, arms of, 251Lake, Gerard, Viscount, 248Lally, Count de, 159, 161Lamartine, 596Lambesso, 280Lanarth, 370, 374Lanbetherick, 723Lancaster, Duke of, 434Landen, battle of, 12Lander, Benjamin, 272, 273Lander, Richard, 189Landewednack, 244Landguard Fort, 441Landrake, 123 c754 CORNISH CHARACTERSLand's End, 19, 21, 60, 67, 143,425, 500, S02, 537, 621, 633,67sLandulph, 126, 226, 727, 729Laneast, 83Lane End, 120Langdon, Mr., 375Langford, 108Langhorn, 128Lanherne, 661Lanhydrock, 206, 718, 722, 724,726Lanlivery, 224Lansdown, 183Lansellyn, 528Lanteglos, 298, 424-426Lanyon Quoit, 680Laocoon, 187Lappet, 466Larvae of British Butterflies andMoths, 147Last Days of Percy Bysshe Shelley,The, 454Laud, Archbishop, 28, 33, 37, 38,334Lauderdale, Duke of, 551Lauderdale, Lady, 509, 511Launcells, 156, 205, 223Launceston, 72, 73, 77, 79, 80, 83,89, III, 136, 140, 178, 179,184, 204, 389, 395, 402, 466,555, 560, 568, 573, 589. 627,656, 663, 670, 671Launceston Assizes, 654Launceston Castle, 659, 66iLaunceston Gaol, 653, 661Launceston Free School, 73, 80Launceston Past and Present, 82Laurence, Dr. Thomas, 299Laurence, Elizabeth, 299Laurence, George, 642Laurence, Major, 162La Valeur, 643Lawhadden, 32Laureate, Richard, 405Lazarus II, 729Lean, Miss, 683Lebanon, 597Lee, 300Lee, Amelia, 669Lee, Dr., 81, 82Lee, Francis, 730Lees, 607Leeward Is., 252Legacy of a Dying Father, 38, 44, 45Legend of S. Samson, 83Leghorn, 477Leland, 247, 652Lemon, Bill, 575Lemon, Major William, 345Lemon, Sir Charles, 187, 188Lemon, Sir William, 344Lemon, William, his chough, 343 — mining ventures of, 342, 343 — respect for, 344Lenox, 642, 643Lenox, Duke of, 331Lens, Mr. Serjeant, 520Leominster, Baron, 135Lesneuth, 227LJEsprit de Monsieur Amctud, 104Lesser Antilles, 251Le Strange, Hammond, 335Lethbridge, Christopher, 568Lethbridge, Harriet, 568Lethbridge, John King, 83Lethbridge, Mr., 422Letter to the Rev. Wm- Cockburne,328Levant, 500Leverrier, 87, 88Lewes, Dr. Richard, 531Lezant, 81, 224, 225, 226Lias, blue, 4Liberation Society, 627Lichfield, 32Lidcott, 83, 89Li^ge, 372Life and Extraordinary Adventuresof Sir William Courtenay, 613Life of Francis Tregian, 662Life of King Charles I, 335Life of Lord Chancellor Hardwick,369Life of The Prince Consort, 622Life of RobertJeffery, 257Life of Samuel Drew, 346, 363Life of Vice-Admiral Sir C. V.Penrose, 514Life of William Pengelly, 11Lightfoot, William, 1 17— confession of, 120 — executed, 122 — murders Norway, 119Lillo, 619Limelight, discovery of, 203, 205Lincoln, 517Lincoln's Inn, 329, 335Linkinhorne, 81, 91, 95Linley, 378INDEX 755Lion, The, 600Lisbon, 458, 463, 661, 662Liskeard, 191, 206, 207, 349, 350,408, 577. S8iLiterary Characters, 360Litterbury, Robert, 542Little Holland House, 327Little Petherick, 73Littleton, 330Lively, 602Liverpool, 198Liverpool, 200, 232, 233, 361, 380,59S. 667Lives of some Eminent Persons, 178Lives of the Engineers, 198 noteLives of the English Saints, 555Lives of the Illustrious, 363Lizard, The, 59, 60, 173, 370, 372,407Llenda, 12Lloyd, John, 104, 238Loader, Edmund, 643Loando, 412Lobb, Mr., S35Lockart, Colonel, 47, 48Locke, William, 221, 357Locker, Captain, 648 noteLockhart, David, 418, 420Locomotives invented, 193Lodeman, Jane, 99Loe Bar, 59Loe Pool, 59Logan Rock of S. Levan, described,18, 19 — displaced by Goldsmith, 19, 680 — replaced, 23Lombard, Rev. Daniel, previous lifeof, 424 — seeks Lanteglos, 425 — simplicity of, 425Lombee, 413London, 198, 204, 361, 377, 387,389. 435. 481, 517, 537, 542,569, 599, 602, 609, 617, 620,625, 628, 661, 707, 721London Bridge, 678Londonderry, Earl of, 318Long Island, 688Long, John, 405Longevity, Rules for, 635Longman, Rees & Co. , 346Looe, 5 ; see also East LooeLooe, 247Looe Island, 354Lopes, Sir Manasseh, 515, 521Lopes, bribery at Grampound, 523-4Lord Nelson, 250Lord of the Isles, 86Lostwithiel, 503, 525Loudon's Architectural Magazine,570Lourdes, 542Louis XIV, 372, S46Louis XV, 161Love at First Sight, 548Lovers' Vows, 469Lowell, J. R. , 70Lower family, the, 126, 129Lower, Dr. Richard, 129Lower, Elizabeth, 129Lower, John, 126Lower, Lady, 729Lower, Sir Nicholas, 126, 729Lower, Sir William, 126-29 — his works, 128 — Royalist soldier, 126Lower Tooting, 568Ludgvan, 343, 682, 683Ludlow's account of Peters, 28, 36, 52Luellin, 548Lumley's Horse, 15Luttrell, Narcissus, 100, 403Lydiard, Captain, 60Lyell, Sir Charles, 10Lyme, 36Lyme Regis, 4Lyne, Amye, 408Lyne, Rev. John, 408Lyra, 506Lysons Brothers, 156Lyttleton, Christiana, 319Lyttleton, George, Lord, 319Lyttleton, Lord, 699 noteMabe, 179MacAlister, Dr. Donald, 90Macaulay, T. B., 209, 216, 220, 305 — on East India Company, 48 1 , 485 — on Hugh Speke, 102MacCartney, General, flight of,314-15 — second to Mohun, 311-ISMacclesfield, Earl of, 299, 307-8,310. 317Mace, 328MacEnery, Rev. J., 8Mackintosh, Brigadier, 13, 15Macklin, 285Maclean, Sir H., 716Maclean, Sir William, 225756 CORNISH CHARACTERSMadras, 158-9, 161, 164, 479 — siege of, 162-4Madron, 620Madura, 164Maharatta War, 251Mahomet Ali, 459, 462Mahomed Usuff Cawn, 164Mahony, Matthew, 281Mahrattas, the, 480, 487Maidment, Mr., 236-7Maidstone Assizes, 602, 611, 613Mail-coaches, 628, 663 — introduced, 377Mainwaring, Charlotte, 298Mainwaring, Thomas, 298Maitland, Sir Thomas, 508-9, 511Major, Margery, 406Malabar coast, 479Malaga, 639Malaprop, Mrs., 468Malta, 458, 507, 599Mammoth Bones, 9Manaccan, 500Manacles, The, 370Manby, Captain G. W. , 64Mancenille Bay, 248Manchester, 13, 198Manchester, Lord, 724, 725Manila, 1 23Mansa, 417Mansel, Hon. Robert, 648Mansfield, Lord, 295, 630Mansion House, 620Mantle, Isabel, 614, 616Mantle, Nicholas, 614Manuel, Emperor, 727Mar, Earl of, 515Marazion, 242, 343, 476, 477Marblehead, 252Marcella, 299Margate, 465Margytte, William, 393Mark, Henry, 627Market Street, Falmouth, 632Markham, Clement R., 168Marlborough, Duke of, 309, 372Marraion, Shakerly, 547Marner, Edmund, 393Marsden, 380Marsh, Samuel, 277Marshall, 188Marshalsea, 661Marsham, Hon. Elizabeth, 649Marsham, Sir Robert, 648Martharwyler, Elsota, 614Martharwyler, Meliora, 614-616Martharwyler, Symon, 614Martin, Sir Theodore, 622Martin, Thomas, jun., 584Martin, Tobias, acquires French, 580 — in the tin-mines, 579-583 — poems of, 579, 585 — unjustly accused of falsifying, 583Martinique, 258, 321Martyn, Humphry, 538 — visits Anne Jefferies, 532Martyn, Mary, 531Martyrologie, 557Marwood, Judge, 655Mary, 137Mary-le-bone, 622Mary of Orange, 128Mary, Queen, 30, 516, 518, 524Mary, Queen of Scots, 657Masakka, 416Mashaw, Mrs., 310Massachusetts, 34, 252Massacre of the Huguenots, 653Matthews, Mr., 71 — on Incledon, 381Mattock, Mary, 404Mattocks, Mrs., 468Maunder, Mr., 589Maurice, Prince, 41, 722Mauritius, 160Mavrocordato, 446, 448, 449Mayne, Cuthbert, 653 — execution of, 658 — indicted of treason, 655Mayor of Bodmin, 586-592Mayor of Garratt, The, 293Mayow, 591Mawgan, 173, 329Mazapore, 487Mazarin, Cardinal, 47M'Bima, 420McCoU Clan, 154McGregor, Sir Duncan, on the burningKent, 490-496McKernow, Mr., 410McTab, Mrs., 468Meares, Nicholas, 608, 610, 611Meares, Mr., 611, 612Mechanic's Magazine, 90Melcombe, Lord, 294Melhuc Mouth, 114Melville, Lord, 506Memoir, a Defence of Hugh Peters,53Memoirs of C. M. Young, 57?INDEX 757Memoirs of Edmund Ludlow, 28,52Memoirs of the Last Ten Years ofGeorge II, 279Memoirs of Missionary Priests, 556noteMemoir on the Indian Surveys, 168Memorials of English Affairs, 52Memories of Old Friends, 188Menai Straits Bridge, 678Menheniot, 243Merchant Taylors' School, 98, 424Merthyr Tydvil, 193Merton, 22JMesoleius Bignellii, 147M—essiah, heralds of the, S96-9 pretended, 606-11Methodism in Cornwall, 59, 360Methodist class meetings, 691Mevagissey, 516Mewton, Paul, 631Mexborough, Lord, 290Michell, Laurence, 615Middlecoat, Mr., 525Middle Temple, 96Middleton, Corporal, 418, 421Middleton, Sir Charles, 166Milehouse, 150Miles, Sir Jonathan, 526Milford, Mr., 519Milk Street, 113Mill family, the, 156, 158Mill, Captain Richard, 542Mill, John, 156Mill, Judith, 157Millais, J. E., 454Millbay, 146Millbrook, 141, 354Millennium expected, 596Miller, A., 275Millers Daughter, 664Millett, Miss, 364Mills, Anne, 398Mills J., 398Millwood, Constable, 610Milton, John, 45, 207, 209Minerva, 408Mining, hardships of, 696Minor, The, 291Mirror, 198Miser, The, 466" Miseries of the Poor," 107Mission to Fuegans, 232-7Mitchell, 517. 518 — elections at, 518. S29Mithras, 8Mocha, 482Modem Geography, 233Mogford, 90Mogul, Great, 251, 483Mohammed, 728Mohun family, the, 298 — Baron John, 298Mohun, Charles, Lord, 318 — character of, 306, 307, 308, 310 — conspires with Hill for Mountford'smurder, 299-304, 306 — duel with Lord Hamilton, 310-317 — go-between in duels, 309 — marriage of, 298, 299 — tried for murder, 305-307Mohun, Elizabeth, 298Mohun, Sir Reginald, 298Mohun, Sir William, 298Mohun, Warwick, Lord, 298Mohun, William, 298Mold, 570Molesworth, Rev. W., 121, 125Molesworth, Sir William, 125, 569MolUngton, 726Monck, Dorothy, 134Monck, Sir Thomas, 134Monk, General, 28, 481Monmouth, Duke of, 96, 105Monte Cristo, 248Monton^re, Viscount de la, 716Moorfields, 552Moravian Brethren, 232Morea, 446, 728Morell, Mary, 34Moreman, Dr., 243Morice Town, 55Morley House, 148Morning Leader, 62 noteMorning Post, 578Morocco, 707Morris, J., 662Morris, Mr., 556 noteMorshead, Captain, 237Morval, 12, 388, 398Morwenstow, 73, 94Mother Bank, 560Mould, Lieutenant R. C, 251Mousehole, 233, 235, 239, 240, 241,24s. 470Mount Calvary, 600Mount Charles turnpike gate, 120Mount Edgcumbe, Lord, S73Mount Edgcumbe Terrace, 633758 CORNISH CHARACTERSMount Parnassus, 446Mount's Bay, 131, 239, 620Mountain, Bishop of London, 27Mountford, Hill's attack on, 300-304 — murder of, 299-304Mountford, Mrs., 300, 304"Mr. Campbell's Pacquet," 72Mudge, Capt. Zachariah, 248, 249Mudge, Mary Ann, SMug, Matthew, 294Muley-el-Hassan, 716Muley Spha, 708Muley Suliman, 713Mulgrave, Lord, 377MuUion, 60, 61Munns, Nathaniel, 275Murphy, 288, 295Murray, Captain, 500, 502Murray, John, II, 514Murray, Lord Charles, 15Murray, Sir Robert, 552Murray's Family Library, 53Musical Memoirs, 383Mylor, 178Mynns, Sir Christopher, 637Mysore, 164Mystery Plays, 680Nairn, Lord, 15" Naked Gospel," 219Namur, siege of, 12Nancarrow, John, 242NanoegoUan, 364Nankevill, Thomas, 528Napoleon, 318, 505, 507, 509Narborough, James, 643Narborough, Sir John, 637, 638, 643,644Nares, Judge, 375Narrative of the Life of RobertJefery, 257Naseby, 51Nash, 515Natural History of the County, 240Naval History of Great Britain, 257,626Naworth, 555, SS7Nazarites, 511Negropont, 447, 449Nelson, Lord, 259, 260, 267, 443 — the famous signal, 269Nepean, 565Neptune, discovery of, 86Neota, 168, 423New, Philip, 328New Brentford, 338New Bond Street, 323New Russell Court, 328New South Wales, 560-8New Theatre, 285Newbury, 722Newcastle, Duke of, 293Newcomen, Thomas, 342Newfoundland, 264, 265Newgate, 272, 275, 276, 277, 389,390, 392, 395Newgate Prison, 671, 673Newgate Calendar, 382Newlyn, 130, 432, 620Newman, Miss, 141Newnham, 607Newport, 518Newport, Mr., 322" New Song on the Wrestling Matchbetween Cann and Polkinghorne,"58Newsfrom Ipswich, 337News from Penrin, in Cornwall,1618, 615Newton Ferrers, 388, 396Newtown, 554New York, 53, 477, 685, 686Nice, 697Nicely, Mrs., 469Nicholl, H. G., 168, 191NicoUs, Lieutenant Edward, 248,249Nicholas, Secretary, 129, 207Niger, the, 189 — exploration of the, 409"Night I Married Susy, The," 58Nimble, H.M.S. cutter, 19Nine Maidens, 693Nineteenth Century, 541 noteNinnis, Rev. James, 71Nithsdale, Lord, 15Noah, or Noye, 339Noki, 414Nolan, Rev. E. , 556 noteNoles, Mrs. Elizabeth, 342 noteNonjurors, 210Norden, 105, 244Norfolk, Duke of, 657Norfolk Island, settlement on, 564-S67Norfolk Street, 301Normandy, 373North End, 293North, Lord, 525" North-West Passage, The," 454INDEX 759Northampton, 135Northmore, Mr., 8Northrussell, 388Northumberland, Duke of, 29Norway, 415Norway, Edmund, 122, 124 — dreams of his brother's murder,123Norway, Nevill, 122 — murder of, 117-121, 123, 125Norway, William, 117Norwich, Earl of, 39Notes and Queries, 556 noteNottingham, 434Nottingham, Earl of, 211, 216, 305,43SNova Scotia, 261Noy, William, 329Noye family, the arms of, 341Noye, Bridgeman, 341Noye, Edward, 329, 338, 340Noye, Hester, 341Noye, Humphrey, 338, 340, 341Noye, Katherine, 341Noye, William, 675 — and Jonson, 339 — character of, 329, 340 — frames ship-money tax, 330-333 — invents soap monopoly, 332, 334 — M.P. and Attorney-General, 329 — on Prynne, 335-337 — portrait of, 340 — used by Laud, 335 — will of, 338Nubia, 460Nursery, the, 312Nye, Philip, 48Oak-egger, 150Observations on the Wtst Paris ofEngland, 405O'Callinghan, Mr., 526Ocean Queen, 233, 234Odysseus, 446, 448, 449Okehampton, 298Old Bailey, 275, 305, 671Old Bunger, 620Old Burlington Street, 167Old Curiosity Shop, Burton's, 633,636Old Sarum, 31SOld Playgoer, The, 379, 468Oldham, 464Ombersley, 374Omer Pasha, 449On an Improved Mode of FormingWater Tanks, 679On the Construction of Tanks, 679On the Divinity of Christ and theEternal Sonship, 361On the self-supporting Reading,Writing, and AgriculturalSchoolat Willingdon in Sussex, 679Opie, John, 173Opie, jun., Mr., 71Oporto, 267Orange Coffee House, 383Orators, 289Orchard family the, 156, 165Orient, 122Orion, 84Orion, 260Orissa, 160Orleans, Duke of, 318Orlebar, Mr., 311Ormond, Duke of, 309, 639Ormsby, 556 noteOrthez, 505Oryo, Philip de, 137, 138Osborne, 187Oscott, 662Oswestry, 112Otaheite, 566Othello, 285Otter, Tom, 550Ottery S. Mary, 225, 7P4Ottey, Mr., 327Owen, Mr., 275, 276Oxburgh, Colonel, 14Oxford, 27, 87, 126, 177, 206, 207,219, 284, 329, 424, 544, 554,SS7. 675. 722Oxford Street, 326Packet of Boston, 685Padlock, The, 375Padstow, 73, 83, 192, 427, 541Page, John, 665Page, Mr., 301, 302, 303Paine, T., 358Painpol, 580Pakenham, Sir Edward, 320Palace of Architecture, 570Palamata, 164Paleologus family, the, 727-73°Paleologus, Constantine, 727, 728Paleologus, Demetrius, 728Paleologus, Dorothy, 73°Paleologus, General Andronicus,1 72776o CORNISH CHARACTERSPaleologus, Theodore, his tombstone,727 — marriage of, 727, 7^9Pall Mall, 299, 312Palmer, Mr., 377Pancrasweek, io8, 109Panter, Brigadier, 15Papillon, Thomas, 483, 484Paragraph, Peter, 289Parasites, 149, 152Parga, 509Paris, 288, 322, 333, 580, 653Park, Mr. Justice, 603Park, Mungo, 409Parke, Mr., on Incledon, 383, 386Parker, Matthew, 31Parker, Mr., 420Parkes, William, 405Parkinson, 565Parliament House, 40Parliamentarian Army, 39Parochial History of Cornwall, 167,369. 680Parramatta, 568Parson's Wedding, The, 547, 548Passages, 504, 506Passages from the Autobiography ofaMan of Kent, 613Patagonia, 232Paternoster Row, 17 1, 613Patrick, Simon, 209, 213Patriotic Fund, 250Patron, The, 294Pattison, Mr. S. R., on Sir C. Shovel,644, 651Paul, 241, 244, 24s, 622Paul Pier, 247Paul Pry, 664Pawlet, Earl, 309Paxo, 449Payhembury, 225Payne, Anthony, burial of, 184 — examples of strength, 182 — gigantic proportions of, 181, 184 — his portrait by Kneller, 183, 184,i8S — valour in fight, 182, 183Payne, John, 591" Payne's cast," 182Peace Pages, 699Pearce, John, volunteers for Terradel Fuego, 233 — dies of privations, 236Pearn, Mr. S., 190Pellow, John, 707Pellow, Sir Edward, 456Pellow, Thomas, escapes to England,716 — is given a wife, 709 — military ability of, 712 — refuses admission to the Sultan,708 — taken captive by the Moors, 707Pembroke College, Cambridge, 516Pembroke College, Oxford, 676Pencarrow, 117, 120, 569Pendavey Bridge, 118, 120, 121Pendennis, 454Pendennis Castle, 133, 135, 139, 244,366, 498Pendinas Point, 528Pendrea, 329Penfoot, 80Pengelly family, the, iPengelly, Hester, 11Pengelly, Richard, becomes a sailor,3Pengelly, William, advice to geologicalstudents, 10 — birth of, I — characteristics of, 10 — early escape from fire, i — explorations of, 7 — first geological lesson, 4 — his geological finds at Kent'sCavern, 8, 9 — his life at sea, 2, 4 — library of, 2 — starts school at Torquay, 5 — visits a mathematical friend, 6Pengersick, 136Penhall, 554Penheale, 184Penlez, Boscawen, arrested forStrand riots, 272, 274, 276, 277 — executed, 274, 278Pennance Farm, 632Pennick, Mr. Harry, 646Pennington family, the, 224 — arms of, 224Pennington, Bernard, 224, 225Pennington, Christopher, 225, 226Pennington, FitzAnthony, 225Pennington, John, 224, 225, 226Pennington, Robert, 224Pennington, Susanna, 226Pennington, Thomas, 225Pennington, William, 226Penny Magazine, 187Penpont, 186, 187, 191INDEX 761Penrose, 170, 172, 682Penrose family, the, 500Penrose, Rev. John, 500, 514Penrose, Sir Charles Vinicombe,gallant action in Spain, 504, 505 — hardships at sea, 501 — promotions of, 503, 507 — slighted by the Admiralty, 507 — visits Ali Pasha, 509-13Penryn, 133, 134, 13S, 137-40, 179.478, S18, 614, 619, 677, 707,717 — elections at, 519-21, 529 — stocks of, 633Pentillie Castle, 389, 400-1, 403-4,406Pentreath, Dolly, 622 — death and epitaph of, 241-2 — last speaker of Cornish, 238-45 — personal appearance of, 240 — saves a deserter, 245Pentreath, Nicholas, 245Penwarden, Catherine, 467Penweyre, John, 614Penweyre, Thomas, 614Penwith, 244, 340Penzance, 19, 22, 63, 142, 144, 171,233. 238-9, 241, 342, 349. 368,470, 472-3. 480, 516, 620, 675-6, 684, 686 — pirates at, 130-2Penzance Natural History Society,649Penzance Public Library, 143Peppermint, Billy, 630Pepys, Samuel, 50 — on Killigrew, 547-8, 551 — on Lord Roberts, 726Pequot Indians, 35Perceval, Mr., assassinated, 427-30Percival, Sir John, 113Perdrix, 320Pere Daniel, 426Pesaro, 727Pesca Post, 688Pescott, Sir Thomas, 126Pestalozzian system, 5Peterborough, Dean of, 213Peterson, Lieutenant, 320Peters, Elizabeth, 45Peters, Hugh, accusations against,SI— . , c appropriates moneys, 35, 40 — at Dunkirk, 47 — at S. Sepulchre's, 27Peters, a Trier, 43 — at Worcester, 38 — birth and family of, 26 — chaplain to Cromwell, 45 — chaplain to Parliamentarians, 36 — character of, 26, 28, 35, 42, 45,48 — collector for the distressed, 36, 46 — commissioner of law, 44 — education and conversion, 27 — goes to New England, 34 — humorous tales of, 48, 49, 50 — incites regicide by sermons andpersonal influence, 40, 41, 43,SO — intercedes for Dutch, 46, 47 — life in Rotterdam, 28, 34 — married, 28, 35, 45 — rumoured executioner, 42 — stormy petrel of rebellion, 36, 37,38 — trial and death of, 51, 52 — turns Independent, 34, 37Peters, Mary, 580Peters, Rev. Samuel, 53Peters, Thomas, 26Pethebridge and Dingley, 72Philadelphia, 688Philip and Mary, 524Philip 11, 137Philleigh, 225Phillips, Captain Arthur, 559Philpot, Catherine, 594Philpot, Julia, 594Philpott, John, 390, 392, 393Phanix, H. M.S., 486Phamix, 640, 643, 649Phanix in Her Flames, The, 128Piccadilly, 328Piccadilly, Marquis of, 386Pickle, 443Pickle, Mrs., 469Piedmont, 46Pigot, AdmiralPigot, Mr., 162Pike family, the, 171Pilchards, 707 — prayed for, 178Pilkington, 100Pinkerton, 233Pioneer, 232, 234Piracy, Commissioners for, 138Pirate Trelawny, 451 note, 454Pirates, 136 — Algerian, 332, 333, 507. 7iS762 CORNISH CHARACTERSPirates at Penzance,,i30-2 — attack the Windsor Castle, 623-5 — Avery, 173 — from Bohelland, 616 — methods for repression of, 714 — Moroccan, 713, 715 — of Tripoli reduced by Shovel, 638 — Bailee, 707 — Trelawny, quern vide — Wahabee, 462Pitreavie, 648Pitt family, the, 318, 319Pitt,;., 257Pitt, John, 542Pitt, Moses, his account of AnneJefferies, S31-41, 543 — publisher and builder, 542Pitt, Robert, 318Pitt, Thomas, 317 — discovers diamond, 318Pitt, Thomas, Baron Camelford, 319Pitt, William, 166 — Earl of Chatham, 318Pius II, Pope, 728Pius V, 30, 554, 652Pixy seats, 59, 470Place, 26Plain Statement of the BullionQuestion, 678Plato, 692Playfair, William, 154, 156, 167Playhouse, Drury Lane, 552Pleasant Historie of Thomas ofReading, noPlough, the, 84Plumer and Turner, Messrs., 594Plumtre, Mr., 231Plunket, Francis, 662Plym Bridge, 148Plymouth, 55, 92, 131, 151, 165,183, 189, 250, 319, 349, 376,399, 443, 506, 570, 633, 645,663, 665, 666, 724Plymouth Institution, 146Plymouth and Devonfort in Warand Peace, 57 notePlymouth Dock, 458Plymouth Hoe, 573, 633Plymouth Sound, 400, 506, 669Plympton, 148, 171Pneumatic cure for phthisis, 676Pole, C, 156Pole, Michael de la, 433, 435Pole, Wellesley Long, 528Polgiau, Maud, 614Political Register, 257, 521Polkinghorne, James, — birth of, 54 — death of, 58 — wrestles with Cann, 55Polkinghorne, Zechariah, 576Pollard, John, 223, 224, 269Pollard, Commander John, signalsat Trafalgar, 269Polpea, 351Polperro, 248, 253, 256 — described, 247Polwhele, 340Polwhele, Richard, 91, 346, 360 — on Samuel Foote, 283 — on Sir C. Hawkins, 517Polwheyrell, Isabel, 614, 615Polwheyrell, James, 614Polwheyrell, Joan, 614, 615Polwheyrell, Margery, 614Polwheyrell, Nichola, 614Polwheyrell, Nicholas, 614Polwheyrell, Richard, 614Pomeroy, Sir Thomas, 588, 589, 592Pomfret, 135Pondicherry, 158, 160, 161Ponsonby, Lady, 509Poor Soldier, The, 378Pope, Miss, 468Popjoye, Cavals, 402Porcupine, 504, 506Port Jackson, 561Port Mahon, 507Port Wrinkle, 354Porter, Mr. P. E. B., on Ann Glanville,665Porth, 631Porthellic Cove, 644, 646Porthallow, 370Porthleah, 471Porthleven, 61, 62, 582, 699Porthoustock, 370Portland, Duke of, 166, 323Portman Square, 630Porto Praya, 410Portraits of Remarkable Persons,369Portsmouth, 254, 373, 503, 560, 667,Portsmouth, Earl of, 640Portugal, King of, 661Postmaster-General, H.M., 625Potheridge, 134Potomac, 687Poughill, 205Poundstock, 114INDEX 763Powderham Castle, 600, 601Powell, Edward, 557Powell, Mr., 300Pownall, Mr., 525Praed family, The, 524, 580Praed, Florence, 516Praed, James, 516Praed, Mr. William, 171, 172Prayer answered by a vision, 3Prejus, 507Prendergast, Lieutenant, 609, 610Pre-Roman pottery, 9Prescot, 200President, 689Prestacott, 156Preston, defence of, 13, 14, 15Previsa, 508, 509Price, Mr., 612Price, Sir Rose, 683Pride, Colonel, 40Prideaux family. The, 701Prideaux-Brune, Chas., 427Prideaux Place, 427Prince of Army Chaplains, The,„ S3Pnnce of Orange, 320Prince of Wales, 458, 559Prince of Wales's Coffee-house, 324Princes Street, 301, 345Priske, 60, 65Prisoners in Morocco, 713Private fournal of fohn Byrom,279Probus, 396, 398, 403, 517, 652Prout, Samuel, IProut, Thomas, 361Proverbial Philosophy, 692Prussia Cove, 470, 471, 472Prussia, royal family of, 471Prynne, William, 41, 335-337Puddock, 714Puerta Virgin Islands, 250Pulman, Rev. P. T., 82Punch, 464Puritans, 53Pusey, Dr., 649Putney Hill, 453Pyrenees, 504Quarry Park, 80Queen Charlotte, 259" Queen of Lebanon," S96Quiberon, 130Quick, 381Quickly, Dame, 469Quiller-Couch, T., 651Quin, 286Quirault, 126Rabat, 714, 715Rabbits and Onions, 573Radnor, Earl of, 539, 726Raleigh, Sir Walter, 134, 554Ralfs, John, botanical studies of,141-144Ralfs, Samuel, 141Rame Head, 354Ranzzini, 377, 379Rasel, Khyma, 462Ratcliffe, 105Raw Alley, 547Rawleigh, 398Raymond, Mr., 384Ray Society, 147Read, Colonel Thomas, 28Read, Edmund, 28Reading, 127Recollections of Shelley and Byron,452. 454Records of a Girlhood, 454Records of Shelley, Byron, and theAuthor, 454Recruit, H.M. brig, 248, 250, 252Redding, Cyrus, on Bothathan ghost,72" Red Bull," 551" Red Lion," Boughton, 610, 613" Red Lion," S. Columb Major, 54Redruth, 133, 191, S79. 7°!, 702Red Sea, chart of, 460, 462Reed, Captain, 609, 610Reeds, 205Reformation riots, 587-592, 652Reform Bill, 464, 530, 678Regattas at Saltash, 664Religion in England after Restoration,212-221 — from Reformation to Restoration,28-34, 44Reminiscences of Cambridge, 231 — of Caroline Fox, 86Remonstrance, 39Renegades to Mohammedanism,715. 716Resistance, 320Resprin, 701Restaden, John, 615, 616Return, 485Rdvolutionaire, 456Rheims, 662764 CORNISH CHARACTERSRhodes, 616Ribble, the, 14Rich, Lady Lucy, 722Rich, Robert, 722Rich, Sir Robert, 17Richard II, 133, 432-9Richardson, Captain, 460Richardson, Judge, 331Richelieu, 332Richmond, Edmund, Earl of, 32Ridgeway, 318Riding Sherborne, 349Ridolphi, 657Riff shore, 713Rigby, Rt. Hon. Richard, 290, 291Riley, 714Rinsey, 478Rio de Janeiro, 560, 563Riot raised by Tom, the pretendedMessiah, 607-11Riou, Captain, 319Rivers, John, 390Riviera, 714Road to Ruin, The, 469Robbins, Benjamin, 157, 158Robbins, Mr. Alfred, 73, 80, 82Robartes family, the arms of, 726 — origin of, 726Robartes, Hon. Russell, 726Robartes, Mary Vere, 726Robert of Arwenack, 133Roberts family, the origin of, 718Roberts, John, 715, 719 — money lender, 719, 7^0Roberts, Matthewr, 528Roberts, Mr. Tobias, 61Roberts, Richard, deals in furze,718 — first Baron Truro, 721Roberts, Richard, Lord, at theRestoration, 725 — fights as Parliamentarian, 722 — resigns his command, 725Roberts, Robert, alters the spelling,726Robertson, Mr., 523Robespierre, 477Robinson, Dr., 600Robinson, Justice, 179Robinson, Mr. H., 450, 451Robinson, Rev. F., 244Robson, William, on Incledon, 379 — on Mrs. Davenport, 468Rochester, Bishop of, 213Rochester, Earl of, 209Rocket, 198Rocket apparatus at work, 68Rockets, life-saving, invented, 63-67 — need of, 69 — results of use of, 70Rodda, Miss, 342Rodney, Lord, 62, 130, 377Rogers family, the, 364Rogers, Anne, dispossessed ofSkewis, 365, 366Rogers, Captain, 623, 683Rogers, Captain William, meetswith pirates, 623-625 — portrait of, 625, 626Rogers, Henry, flight and executionof, 367 — takes possession of Skewis, 364-367Rogers, Henry, jun., 368Rogers, Mr., 682Rogers, Mr. John Jope, 171, 172Rogers, Mrs. Henry, 366Rogers, Thomas, 71" Rogue's March, The," 515Roman coins in S. Budock, 632Roman pottery found at Torquay, 9Romance of the Aristocracy, 299Rome, 31, 330, 453, 654, 662, 729Romeo and Juliet, 468, 695Romney, Baron, 648Romney, wreck of the, 640, 642,647, 650Rooke, Admiral, 372, 639Rookwood, 605Rosalind, 467Roscadden, Mr., 176Roscarrock, 554Roscarrock, Nicholas, antiquarianand poet, 554 — his Lives of the Saints, 555-558 — suffers for his faith, 554, 555Roscarrock, Richard, 554Roscarrock, Trewenna, 557Roscoff, 477Rosegger, P., 574Rose Hotel, Canterbury, 599Roseland, 225Rosemorryn, 133Rose Tavern, 311Ross, Major, 567Rosteague, 654Rotterdam, 28, 34Rough Tor, 84, 85Routledge, Messrs., 622Rowley, Admiral Sir Charles, 66INDEX 765Roxhill, 17Roxworthy, 341Royal Arms, 640Royal Astronomical Society, 89Royal Bounty Fund, 699Royal College of Surgeons, 141Royal Commissioners in Cornwall,206Royal Cornwall Gazette, 23Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society,147, 187Royal Hospital, 269Royal Institution of Cornwall, 168,iSsRoyal Lifeboat Association, 66Royal Literary Fund, 699Royal Society, 679Royal Standard, 16Ruby, H.M.S.,281, 282Rudall, Parson, 82Ruddle, Rev. Dr. John, 82 — author of A Remarkable Passage,72, 79, 80 — incumbent of Launceston, 73 — investigates ghost story, 76 — visits Bothathan, 74Ruddle, WiUiam, 79Rule, Jane, 694, 697Rummer Tavern, 299Rupert, Prince, 41, 397Ruremonde, 372Rushworth's Collections, 53Russell, Captain, 667Russell, execution of, 209Russell, Lord, 96, 485, 588, 589, 592Russell, Lord John, 524 — sets Tom free, 603Russell, Warder, 104Ruthin, 112Ruthven, 206Rutland, Earls of, 280Rye House Plot, 97, 4^5S. Allen, 704, 70sS. Andrew's, Holborn, 170S. Antonine, 392S. Antonio, 412S. Anthony-in-Meneage, 500S. Aubyn, Sir John, 367S. Augustine, 362S. Austell, 92, 346, 347, 349, 35'. 3S6S. Bartholomew's Day, 653S. Bartholomew's Hospital, 469S. Blazey, 347, 7^3S. Breage, 558, 718S. Breock, 121, 125, 543S. Breward, 226S. Budock, 133, 614, 632S. Cleer, 173, 554S. Clements, 280S. Columb, 123, 341, 591, 631S. Columb Major, 54, 58, 59'. 593S. Columba, 557S. David's, 32S. Domingo, 248S. Dominic, 730S. Dunstan's, 277S. Earvin, 558S. Einendar, 558S. Endelion, 554S. Enoder, 280S. Erme, 133S. Erth, 71, 192, 516, 675S. Essye, SS8S. Eue, SS8S. Faith's, 27S. Gennys, 96, 107S. George, 640, 641, 647S. George's, London, 275S. Germain, 310, 545S. Germans, 518, 554S. Giles, Cambridge, 90S. Helena Is., 123, 124S. Helena, 480S. Hilary, 649S. Issey, 224S. Ives, 169, 170, 172, 173, 177,179. 339. SIS. 518. 528-530,591 — elections at, 524, 529 — free school at, 528 — Knill's bequest to, 173S. Jago, 410S. James's, 310, 316S. James's Park, 552S. John's College, Cambridge, 85,88, 90S. John's College, Oxford, 424S. John's Hospital, 144S. John's, Newfoundland, 264, 266,267S. Just, 244, 495S. Just-in-Penwith, 499S. Keverne, 54, 37°. 373. 375. 40i,406, 587 noteS. Kew, 224S. Kitts, 488S. Lawrence, H3S. Levan, 18S. Mabenna, 557766 CORNISH CHARACTERSS. Mabyn, 224S. Malo, 473S. Martin's-by-Looe, 81S. Martin's, Exeter, 213, 225S. Martin's Islands, 643S. Mary's, Cambridge, 230S. Mary's College, Oscott, 662S. Mary's Is., 946, 647, 649S. Mary Magdalen, Launceston, 73,467S. Mary's, Penzance, 622S. Mary's, Truro, 280 noteS. Mary Woolnoth, 114S. Mauban, 558S. Mawes Castle, 139S. Mawes, 518, 623S. Mellion, 388, 401S. Merrine, 558S. Michael, Cornhill, 390, 392S. Michael's Mount, 592S. Milior, 558S. Neot, 94, 370S. Paul's Cathedral, 30, 207, 210,212S. Paul's Churchyard, 274, 542S. Petersburg, 65S. Que, 558S. Samson, legend of, 83S. Saviour's, Dartmouth, 38S. Sebastian, 137S. Sepulchre, 27, 393S. Teath, 531, 532, 542S. Thomas, 25, 134S. Thomas by Exeter, 588S. Thomas-by-Launceston, 79S. Udy, 126, 224S. Winnow, 126, 206, 701Sabine, General Joseph, 716Sadler, Captain, 365Sagacity, animal, 351-354Saints, Cornish, 557Saintsbury, 35Salem, 34Salisbury, 99, 1 12, 367, 377Salisbury, 645Salisbury, Bishop of, 211Sallakey, 644Sallee, 707, -14Salona, 447, 448Saltash, 85, 144, 147, 153, 206, 258,402, 518, 663, 665 — women of, 663-669Saltpetre, 482Salvador del Mundo, 260Sambhajee, 481, 483, 487Sampford Courtenay, 588Samson, 182SamuelDrew, M.A., the Self-TaughtComishman, 363San Esidero, 260San Josef, 260San Juan, 503San Nicholas, 260Sanderson, Sir William, 615Sandry, Hugh, 615, 616Sands family. The, 370Sands, John, kindness requited inNormandy, 373 — voyage of, 370-372Sands, Sampson, 370Sandys family, arms of, 374Sandys, Eleanor, 374Sandys, George, Lord, 340Sandys, Henry, 340Sandys, Hester, 340Sandys, Lord, 374Sandys, Mr. William, 580Sandys, Rev. Sampson, 374Sandys, William, 374Sanquila, 419Sans Pareil, 195, 503Sansom, Captain, 640Santa Lucia, 376Santa Maura, 446Santa Trinidada, 260Sapell, Earl of Somerset, 298Sapphire, 638Saragossa, 12Saulty, Count Joseph de, 717Savage, Viscount, 338Savoy, the, 271Saxham, 546Scarborough, 559, 560, 561Seawen, Mr., 244Scilly Islands, 407, 502, 640, 642,650Scobell, Mr., 299, 517Scorrier, 427, 429Screech, Mrs. Harriet, 667Seatonian prize poem, 231Seeker, Archbishop, 291Secret Memoirs of the Life of SirCloudesley Shovell, 651Sedgwick, 41Sedley, Sir Charles, 548" See the Conquering Hero Comes,"SISSelf-denying Ordinance, 725Self-Help, 363Selling, 607INDEX 767Sems, Mr., 582Sennen, 238, 500^Serpentine, 64 noteServia, King of, 729Seven Years^ War, 130Shaftesbury, Earl of, 96Shakespeare Jubilee, 292Shakespeare's Company of Players,27Shamans, 542Sharks' Point, 421Sharp, Dean of Norwich, 212Shays, Dean, 215Sheffield, 189, 464Sheffield, Deliverance, 35, 45Shelburne, Lord, 166Shelley, Mrs., 452, 453Shelley, P. B., and Trelawny, 446,4S3. 4S4Sherborne, 32, 349Sherborne Mercury, 349Sheriffs of Cornwall, J. T. WooUey,406 — Mr. Trevanion, 389, 391 — Nicholas Glyn, 280 — Richard Tregeare, 364 — Sir Richard Grenville, 653 — Sir R. Mohun, 298 — Sir W. Mohun, 298 — Thomas Coke, 706 — William Lemon, 344 — William Williams, 403Shernick, 156, 157, 158She Stoops to Conquer, 467Shetland Isles, 501Shield, Mr., 378, 380, 383, 386Ship-money tax, 330, 331Shipwreck of Sir Cloudesley Shovell,648 note, 651Short, Captain John T., 528Shovel, Anne, 648Shovel, Elizabeth, 648Shovel, Lady, 643, 644, 646, 647Shovel, Sir Cloudesley, at BantryBay, 638 — at Gibraltar, 639 — body of, found, 644-7 — burials of, 644-8 — burns pirate boats at Tripoli, 638 — early life of, 637 — ignorant of latitude, 642, 650 — murder of, 647 — promotions of, 639 — story of a curse on, 641, 645Shrewsbury, Lady, 552Shute Street, S. Ives, 528Shuter, 287Sibthorpe, Humphrey, 517Siddee, 481, 483Siddons, Mrs., and Incledon, 379Sidmouth, Lord, 680Sidney, Sir Algernon, 96, 485Signal at Trafalgar, 269Sildswick, 607Simmons, Mrs., 324Simpson, Jonathan, reprieved highwayman,671-4 — unhappy marriage of, 670Sion College, 41Sir Clotidesley Shovell, 651Sirius, 560, 564, 566, 567Sirndia, 416Sithney, 500Sittingbourne, 607"Sketch of the Botany of WestPenwith," 143Skewis, 364 — the siege of, 365-8Skillibegs, 54Skippon, 724Slanning, Sir Andrew, 531Slate, how worked, 186Smallridge, Rev., 219Smart, Christopher, 231Smeaton's Lighthouse, 633Smiles, Samuel, 193, 194, 198 note,20s, 363Smith, Dr. George, 694Smith, Mr. Jarrit, 281, 282Smith, Professor, 409, 411, 414 — dies on the Congo, 417-421Smith, Sir J. E., 143Smithfield, 30Smugglers, defended by Tom, 602 — John Carter, 471Smuggling, 172, 173 ; disastrous,3SS — from Bessie's and Prussia Cove,470-4 — prevention of, 16Smyrna, 459Smythe, Mrs., 478Snow and Denne, Messrs. , 276Snow, Mr., 375Soap monopoly, 332. 334Society of Antiquaries, 241, 242Society of Arts, 67Soho Square, 648Solander, Dr., 233Soldier's Tear, 577768 CORNISH CHARACTERSSombrero, 250, 252Somerset, Mohun, Earl of, 298Somerset, Protector, 29, 518, 586Somerset House, 203, 275Sompting, 453Songs, "Black-eyed Susan, 386 — " Blow high, blow low," 376 — " Heaving of the Lead," 386 — "I burn, my brain consumes toashes," 299 — of bell-riiiging, 223 — of Knill's monument, 174 — of " Sir William Courtenay," 604 — of Tom Dove, 113 — "The bonny, bonny breeze," 299 — " The Storm," 379, 386 — "Total Eclipse," 378 — '' When I was a Shepherd's Maid,"37SSophia, Princess, 308, 424Soult, Marshal, 503, 505South Hams, 243South Petherwin, 72, 73, 79, 80, 81South Pool, 666South Street, Exeter, 145Southampton, 141, 377, 387, 642Southampton, Earl of, 305Southern Pennair River, 158Southill, 83, 243Sowerby, James, 143Spalding, Dr., 685Sparrow, Margaret, 178Speed the Plough, 469Speedwell, 233, 235, 236Spectator, The 2, 3 — " the lying book," 3Speeke, Hugh, 99, 100, 102 — reports murder of Essex, 99, 103Spence, Captain, 490Spencer, Edward, 250, 255Spithead, 296, 258, 503Spoiled Child, The, 469Sporting Magazine, The, 58Sprat, Bishop, 213Spriggs, Lydia, 7Stackhouse, Mr. John, 477Staines, 112Stamford Hill, 182Stanhope, Colonel, 447Stanhope, General, 13Stanhope, Lady Hester, 59^-599Stanhope, Mr., 275, 276Stanhope, Rt. Hon. William, 317Stanley, R. Fitzroy, 613Stannary towns, 59Stanton, Captain, 376Star Chamber, 33, 334, 337Star, The, 272State Papers, 555, 556 noteStatira, 300Statute of Praemunire, 654Steam blast, invented and utilized byGurney, 194-202Steam boats on the Delaware, 688Steam carriages, report on, 200, 201Steam engine for thrashing corn, 527 — in mines, 677Steam-pump, 342Steepleglas, The, 554Steevens, George, 231Stephens family. The, 524Stephens, Mr., 631Stephens, Rev. J., 683Stephenson, George, 193, 194, 19S,197 — not inventor of steam-blast, 196,197Stevens, Alexander, 386Stevens, George, 231Stevens, Mr., 451Stiles, Cornish, 680Stillingfleet, 209, 212Stirling, 28Stirling, Mr., 418Stirling, Mrs., 468St. John, Oliver, 37, 724, 730Stockport, 627Stoke Climsland, 83, 157, 165, 224,226Stonehouse, 145, 147, 26SStormont, Lord, 293Stourton, Lord, 661Stowe, 181, 182, 184, 653Stowford, 225Strafford, Earl of, 330Strand, London, 275, 277, 328 — houses attacked in, 270, 271, 272,275Stransham, Major, 145Stratford-on-Avon, 292Stratton, 116, 156, 181, 182, 184,224Straw, Jack, 432Street, John, 366, 367Strickland, 16Strype, on Cornish riots, 592Stubbe, 46Sturgeon, Major, 294Styria, S74Subaltern, 504INDEX 769Succinct History of Ancient andModem Persecutions, 426Sudbury, Simon, 557Suett, Richard, 380Suffolk, Earl of, 433, 435Suffolk House Humane Society, 64Suffolk Street, 295Suliotes, 508Sultan of Morocco, 708 — barbarities of, 710-713Sumph, Captain, 454Superb, 145, 443Superstition concerning origin offossils, 4Supply, 560, 564, 567Surat, 479. 482, 483. 486Surius, SS7Surrey Institute, 194, 203Surrey Street, 301Surtees Society, 556 noteSurvey of Cornwall, 243, 554, 652Sussex, Duke of, 680Sutton of Salisbury, 112Sutton Pool, 666Swallow, 560Swann, Mr., 519, 520 — bribes in Penryn, 521Swannacott Wood, 108Swift, Dean, on Mohun's duel, 316Sydney, 564, 568Sydney Cove, 561Symons, Elizabeth, 194Symonds, Colonel, 718Syria, tff]Tagus, 14sTales andJests ofHugh Peters, 48, 50Tales and Sayings of W. R. Hicks,578Talma, 379Tamar Green, 55Tamar, river, 89, 225, 243, 3S4, 399,663Tanks, 679Tanner family, the, 156Tarifa, 503Tattersall's, 380Tavistock, 572, 665Tavy, river, 663Tea introduction of, 481Teed, Mr., 523Teignmouth, 200Telford, 678Temple Bar, 273, 277, 286Temple, Major, 446Teneriffe, 560Tenison, Bishop, 213Terence, 282Terra del Fuego, 233 — ill-fated expedition to, 232-237Tetuan, 714Thackeray, W. M., 143, 189, 454Theatre Royal, 300Thessaly, 508Thomas, Admiral R. D., entersnavy, 258 — in battle of Cape St. Vincent,259, 260 — on the burning Boyne, 258 — promotions of, 258, 261, 267 — shipwrecked, 261-267Thomas, Mary, 258Thomas, Mrs., 644Thomas, Charles, 258, 268Thomas, Charles M., 253, 255, 256Thomas, John, 343Thompson, Mr., 327Thomson, Mr., 492Thornburn, Ensign, 484Thome, 704Thome, Mrs., 469Thome, Roger, 704Three Towns' History, 663"Three Tuns," 371Throwley, 607Thunderer, 376Thuraken, 728Thurloe, John, 47, S3Tickell, Surgeon, 118Tillie family, the, arms of, 402, 405Tillie, Altmira, 404Tillie, John, 401, 406Tillie, Mary Jemima, 401, 406Tillie, Sir James, 406, 407 — burial of, 399, 400, 405, 406 — will of, 404Tillie, Stephen, 365, 366Tillotson, Bishop, 209, 211, 212,214, 215, S43Tilly family, the, 407Tilt-yard, 276Times, The, 427, 428, 613Tinevelly, 164Tin-mines, 342, 344. S8o. S8i. 583 — peculation at, 704Tin-mining adventurers, 719Tin-shafts near Redruth, 702Tin-smelting, fuel for, 718Tin-stamping mills, 579Tintagel, 109, l8S3 D770 CORNISH CHARACTERSTitus, 458Tiverton, 157, 280Tolcarne, 620Toleration Bill, 211, 214Tolver-in-Gulval, 342Tolverne, 136Tom, John Nichols, accused ofarson, 594 — assumes alias of Sir WilliamCourtenay, 597 — authorities for life of, 613 — characteristic vanity of, 593 —— contests Canterbury, 599 expected resurrection of, 612 — from attorney to maltster, S94 — his battle-song, 604 — lunatic at large, 603 — pretended Earl of Devon, 600-602 — pretended Messiah, 606-611 — rival herald of the Messiah, 596-599 — shoots Meares, 608, 613 — shot as a rioter, 610 — tried for perjury, 602Tom, Mrs. Frances, 541Tom, William, 541, 593Tomson, Mr., 242Tonkin, 680Toole, 450TopographicalandHistorical Sketchesof the Boroughs of East and WestLooe, 92Torbay, 649Torrington, 179Torquay, 5, 376Tortola, 625Tossing, punishment of, 7 10"Total Eclipse," 378Totnes, 16, 200Tottell, Richard, 554Totteridge, 301Touchstone, 259Toulon, 130, 267Toulouse, 640Touraine, 580Towednack, 177Tower Hill, 276Tower of London, 16, 30, 73, 96,5SS, 592Traditions and Recollections, 283Trafalgar, battle of, 267, 269, 443Transactions of the Devonshire Association,1894, 9, 11Travels in the East, 596Treassow, 683Treatise on Railways, 195Treatise of the Principall Groundsand Maximes ofthe Laws of thisKingdom, 330Treator, 192Tredea, 675Tredenham, 517Tredenham, Colonel, 300Tree Inn, 181, 184 noteTref-an-grouse, 60Treffry, 26Treffry, Deborah, 26Treffry, John, 26Treffry, Martha, 26Trefusis family, the, 500Tregarrick, 652Tregasa, 705, 706Tregeare, 83, 364Tregeare, Richard, 364Tregenna, 173Tregeagle, John, 539, 541, 543Tregeagle's ghost, 628Tregellas, Mr. W. H., 115, 548, 581Tregian family, the, 652,Tregian, Francis, conceals a priest,. 653, 658 — imprisonment of, 660 — omen of his fate, 659 — trial of, 654, 657, 659 — verse of, 660Tregian, Francis, junior, 661Tregian, Mrs. , 659Tregolorsick, 280Tregonnan, 654Tregonning Hill, 364Tregony, 518, 522, 524, 527, 529.659 — elections at, 525, 526Tregose, Clement, 177Tregose, John, 177Tregoss family, the, 177 — curse on, 176Tregoss, John, 176Tregoss, Thomas, conversion of, 179 — early life of, 177 — imprisoned for preaching, 179 — prays for pilchards, 178Tregoss, Walter, 176Tregothnan, 706Trelawny of Trelawne, 72, 247Trelawny, Bishop, 219Trelawny, Charles, 517Trelawny, Charles Brereton, brutaltreatment of daughter, 441-3INDEX 771Trelawny, character of, 441Trelawny, Edward John, books of,452 — character of, 445, 449, 452 — in Greece, 446 — loose life of, 452 — misses Trafalgar, 443-5 — portrait of, 4S3, 4S4 — treatment of wife and child, 449Trelawny, General, 517Trelawny, Harry, 441Trelawny, Harry Brereton, 441Trelawny, Henry, shipwrecked, 643649-50Trelawny, Lieutenant Harry, 448Trelawny, Sir Jonathan, 649Trelawny, Tersitza Philippa, 450Trelecoeth, Joan, 615Trelecoeth, John, 615Trelecoeth, Marina, 615Trelisseck, 340 noteTrelowaren, 516Tremaine, Richard, 654Trematon Castle, 185, 429Tremajme, Captain W., 345Tremayne, Mr, Edmund, 139Tremere, 126Tremhayle, Loveday, 516Tremhaylej George, 516Tremoderet, 432Trenaman, William, 405Trengrouse, Anne, 71Trengrouse, Emma, 71Trengrouse, Henryj 205 — birth and education of, 59, 60 — death of, 67 — his lifeboat, 66 — inventor of cork jacket, 66 — inventor of rockets, 64 — invited to Russia, 65 — marriage of, 71 — monetary sacrifices, 63, 65, 67,70 — witness of wreck, 60, 63Trengrouse, Jane, 71Trengrouse, Mary, 71Trengrouse, Mr. H., 68, 71Trengrouse, Nicholas, 59Trengrouse, Nicholas Trevenen, 71Trenoweth, 654Treraren, 121Trereen-Dinas, 18Trerice, 157, 704. 70STresco, 643Tresilian, 432Tresilian, Sir Robert, advises Richardn, 434 —— "appealed" of treason, 435 in disguise, 436-40 — Lord Chief Justice, 432Tresize, Nicholas, 620Treslothian, 695, 699Trevanion, Mr., 389, 391, 394, 520 — of Tregony, 525Trevanion, Sir Hugh, 389, 395Trevargus, 192Trevelyan, Sir W. C, 8Trevenen, Captain James, 514Trevenen, Miss, 502Trevenor, Isabel, 554Trevenor, Richard, 554Treventy, 126, 129Trevethan Hall, 633Trevetho, 172, 516Trevince, 430Trevithick, Francis, 527Trevithick, Richard, 192, 197, 527 — and Gilbert (Giddy), 677 — invents locomotive, 193Trevor, Hon. Mr., 375Trevorder, 543Trewarthenick, 424Trewarveneth, 480, 706Trewinnard, 516, 517Trewithen, 443, 516, 517, 520, 527,529Treworgy, 96, 403, 678Trial ^ Charles I and of some of theRegicides, 53Tricala, 508Triennial Visitation Charge, 213Triers, the, 33, 43, 44Trigonometry, Hind's, 6Trinidad, 458Trinity House, 66, 633Trin. Coll. Cam., 27, 556Trip to Calais, A, 289, 295Triplicane, 158Tripoli, 637Troon-Moor, 695, 697Troubles of our Catholic Forefathers,556 note, 662Troy Town, 271True State of the Case of BosavernPenlez, 275Truro, 54, 133. i^^, 182, 189, 242,280, 283, 343, 344. 430. 583.594, 613, 675, 717. 718. 719,726Truro, Baron, 718, 72'. 722. 726772 CORNISH CHARACTERSTruro Grammar School, 192, 282,343Truro Green, 343Truvel, 343Tryarne, John, 615Tryarne, William, 615Trylly, 340Tubby, 367Tucker, Admiral, 185Tucker, Mr., 429Tuckey, Lieutenant, 408, 410 — explores the Congo, 413-422Tudor, Mr., 409, 417Tunbridge Wells, 338Tunis, 507, 7 ISTupper, 692Turner and Plumer, Messrs. , 594Turner, William, 103Turnpike Act, 200Tutwork and tribute, 579Twysden, Sir Roger, 140Tyacke, Mr. Richard, 584Tyburn, 592, 672, 674Tyler, Mr., 613Tyler's Rebellion, Wat, 432Tyrell, Captain, 486Tyrrell, Father, 657Uglow family, the, 156Ulack, Adrian, 128Ulysses, 447Ulysses, 253, 254Undaunted, 267Under Horse Road, 80Underwood, Lieutenant, 237United Kingdom Alliance, 627University Library, Cambridge, 556Unwin, Mr. Fisher, 708Uranus, 85, 88Ure, Dr., 202Ushant, 642Usk, 4S3Vancouver, Captain, 320Vandalone, 159Vane, Margaret, 403, 407Vane, Sir Harry, 37, 401, 403, 407,724Van Tromp, 46Vauban, 482Veale, Mrs., 79Vellore, 164Venice, 50S, S44 — Doge of, 54SVenloo, 372Vercoe, Mr., 120Verdun, 408Vere, Robert de, 433, 43SVernon, 281Versailles, 310, 546Veryan, 280Vibert, Isabella, 342Victoria, Queen, 187, 621, 667Victory, 269View Hall, 723Vigo, 639Vigurs, Mr., 684ViUiers, Harriet, 318Villiers, Lady Mary, 544Vincent, Walter, 140Vineyard Island, 685Vinni, King of, 419Viper, Dr., 295Vision, Richard Pengelly's, 3Vivian, Colonel, 81, 171, 441Vonke, 416Vosper, Mr. , 665 noteVouchin-Semnis, 418Vowell, John, 155Vyvyan, Sir Richard, 516W. A. A., 229Waddon, John, 403Wade, Field-Marshal, 167Wadebridge, 117, 118, 120, 123, 125,194, 659Wahabee pirates, 462Wakeman, James, 80Waldenses, persecution of, 46Wales, Prince of, 634, 669Walker, Rev. Samuel, 345Walkinghame, 3Waller, Sir William, 36, 133Wallingford, 127Walpole, Horace, 228, 279Walpole, Sir Robert, 344 — declares war with Spain, 16Walsingham, Commodore, 376Waltham Cross, 435Wanstead, 97Wansum, 114Ward, Mr., 484, 625Warren, Joseph, wrestler, 495, 499Warren, Sir John Borlase, 456Warren, William, 531Warren, Widow, 469Warring, Anne, 665Warwick, Earl of, 36, 307, 435, 722,725Warwick, Mr. Philip, 333INDEX 773Washerwoman, the, 292Washington, 584, 686Wastsell Downs, 703Waterloo, 264Waterloo Bridge, 521Watson, Captain, 321Watson, Hon. R., 599Watt's steam engine, 677Waugh, 699Wayte, Anne, 403Wearne, Roger, 172Webb, Mrs., 467Webbe, W., 557fVeek at the Land's End, 143Week, derivation of, 109Weekes, Mr., 188Weekly Entertainer, 347, 349Weekly Miscellany, 2, 369Week S. Mary, 108, 109, 114, 115Wellington, 6, 7Wellington, Duke of, 504, SOS, S18,529Wells, 32Welsh, Saunders,, 276, 277Wendron, S79> 582Wentworth, Sir Thomas, 330Wesley, John, 187, 620 — at S. Ives, 179Wesleyan Methodist Magazine, 478West, John, 140West Harptree-Tilly, 407West Indian, The, 467West Indies, 25, 35, 6a,, 170, 172West Looe, 92, 518West Newton Ferrers, 388, 396, 398West of England Salvage Company,62West Penwith, 143Western Antiquary, 1887, 20, 25Western Green, 130Westminster Abbey, 17, 296, S47i552, 648, 730Westminster School, 207Weston, 287Weston, Lord, 332Westwood, 108Wheal Ann, 582Wheal Fortune, 343Wheal Heriot's Foot, 581Wheal Trevenen, 582, 584Wheal Vorah, 584Whitaker, 41Whitaker, Rev. John, 358Whitchurch, 665Whitchurch Down, 572Whitcombe, Mr., 448White, Charles, 281White, Matthew, 337White, Mrs. Buckingham, 465Whiteford, 156, 157, 165, 167Whitehall, 50, 99, 209, 403, 485Whitelocke, B., 42, 45, 52Whiteley in curios, a, 632Whitfeld, Mr., S7 note — on Saltash women, 663Whitley, Major, 105Whitley, Mr. H. M., 140Whitsand Bay, 148, 405, 406Whittlesea Mere, 148Whitworth, Charles, Earl of, 251Whitworth, Mr., 311Whytford's Martyrologie, 557Wickford, 28Widdrington, Lord, 1$Wideslade, " Sir Tristram," 652Wigan, 13Wightwick, George, 570Wilkinson, Edward, 391-393William I, 298William III, 12, 16, 105, 106, 183,210, 212, 305, 364, S42i 638,701William IV, 64 noteWilliam Eaton, 686Williams, Dr., 236Williams, Gratiana, 268Williams, John, 516 — dreams of Perceval's murder, 427-431Williams, Lieut. -General R., 268Williams, Mary, 59Williams, Michael, 427, 430Williams, Rev. Samuel, 76Williams, William, 403Willingdon, 679Willis, Andrew, 367Wilmot family, the, 619Wills, Anthony, of Gorran, 12Wills, Anthony, of Saltash, 12Wills, Digory, 12Wills, K.B., Sir Charles, death of,— family and arms of, 12 — his defence of Preston, 13, 14, 15 — M.P. for Totnes, 16 — promotions of, 13, 15, 16, i? — Sir Charles, serves in Hollandand Spain, 12Wills, Mr., 603, 606, 612Wills, Richard, of Acombe, I3774 CORNISH CHARACTERSWills, Thomas, 341Willyams, John, 341Wilton, 589Wilson, John, 272, 274Wilson, Mr., 275Winchester, Bishop of, 643, 649Winchester Castle, 37Windmill Hill, Brixham, 7Windsor Castle, 39, 661Windsor Castla, 623Windsor, Duke of, 386Wingfield, William, 520Winnington, 207Winthrop, Elizabeth, 28Winton, Lord, 15Woffington, Peg, 286Wolvedbn, 652, 653Wolverston, Mary, 133Wolverston, Philip, 133Wood, E. J., 126, 185, 722Wood, Nicholas, 195Wood, Peter, 272, 273, 274, 276, 277Woodstock, 432WooUey, 400, 406WooUey, James Tilley, 406Wool merchants, 108, 109, 110 — and Henry VI, 1 12Woolsten, 366Worcester, 112, 387Worcester College, Oxford, 284Worcester, Marquis of, 39 — siege of, 38Worral Hill, 173Worth, Archbishop, 434Worth, Mr. R. N., 140Wortham, 453Worthies of Armorie, The, 554Wrecks, at Land's End, 503 — of the Anson, 60, 71 — of the Association with Sir CloudesleyShovel, 640, 647 — of the Berlin, 70 — of Charles Incledon, 380 — of the Eagle, Romney, Firebrand,and Phanix, 640, 643, 647 — of the Guardian, 319 — of the Kent, 497 — of the Kyber, 67 — of the Lady Hobart, 261-263, 267 — of the Thunderer, 376Wren, Mr. Henry, 123Wrestling, Cornish, 54, 495 — Devonshire, 54Wrey, Edmund, 397Wrey, Jane, 388, 396, 398Wrey, John, 388, 396, 398Wyatt, Mr., 583Wyndham, William, 319Wyvelscombe, 12Yonge, Dr. William, his account ofPeters, 27, 28York, 331York, Archbishop of, 434, 435York, Duke of, 290, 482, 485York, James, Duke of, 96, 102, SS°Young, J. C, S78" Young Men's Club," SS5Zaccaria, Catherine, 729Zagros, 462Zaire, 409Zante, 450, 451Zanzibar, 462 Condition: New

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