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A fine selection of historical descriptions of the town and parish of Camborne spanning the years 1700 to 1898, including accounts of the parish by Edward Lhuyd, William Penaluna and Joseph Polsue. Also includes Richard Trevithick by Richard Edmonds, the elusive Reminiscences of Camborne by William Richards Tuck (which includes a first hand account of Joseph Emidy, the 18t ...more
Paperback, 1st edition, 166 pages
Published June 27th 2013 by The Cornovia Press (first published 2008)
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Chris Bond is an author, editor and publisher, founder, in 2006, of The Cornovia Press. He formerly worked at the Royal Institution of Cornwall and Cornwall Record Office where he catalogued historical and ancient manuscripts. Chris was born in Sheffield but moved to Cornwall at the age of five when his father, a miner, was offered a job at Wheal Jane. He grew up in Truro and went to school in Red ...more

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